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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta rrlday, Ma.th J4, 1772 THt mHBRIDOI HtHAlD 3 Bonnie Sloan, Lori Smith tie By HULL irprnlil News Service CARDSTON (HNS) Bon- nie Sloan of Mountain View and Lori Smith of Hillsprinp tied for high marks of Ihe day with 89, on the second COALDALE Tlic Barons- Eurcka Health Unit is sponsor- ing the following infant and pro-school clinics: PICTURE KUTTE: Tuesday, March 28, in the Picture Bultc High School, from 10 a.m. to 32 noon and 1 to 3 p.m. TABEK: Tuesday, March 2C, in the health unit, office, in the ail ministration building, from .10 a.m. Lo 12 noon to 4 p.m, COALDALE: Thursday, March 30, in the health unit of- fice (upstairs in the town office building) from 10 a.m. to 12 noon atid to 4 p.m. TABER: Thursday, March 30, in the health unit office in the administration building, from 10 a.m. to 12 noon and to 4 Fluoride tablets are avail- able at all clinics free of charge. For social service appoint- ments telephone: Coaldale 3358; Taber 223-3911. Dr. G. R. C. Palmer, medical officer of health, urges par- ents to ensure their children are fully protected against contagious disease and tooth decay. d ay of tho CanTslon Music Festival. Miss Sloan corned her mark in tho musical theatre solo, 1C years and under, competition. It was in a different vocal solo class (or 16-year-olds thai Miss Smith earned her 89. The highlights of the day were the musical theatre class- es, Spectators not disap- pointed as 15 different acts presented, complete with costume and props. The festival will continue alt week and will be climaxed by grand concert Saturday, March 25, at 8 p.m. in the E. j. Wood School auditorium. Following arc Tuesday's re- sults: GIRLS VOCALS 1? years: UHy Gay Steed 8-1; Melisa Spackman 13 years: Maria Snow Pitcher S3. 1J yearsr Lorna WerrIM 83; Cheryl Russell 61. 15 DeJanl Spackman 84; Cindy West 16 years: Lori Smith 59; Bonnia Sloan 84. 17 years: Allflen Smith 81. 9-1! open: Llnrjzi Spaceman 12-14 open; Lorart 83; Lily Gay Sleed and Me lisa Spademan 67 1S-17 cpen: HJnman 54; Dw- BOYS VOCfiL 14 Paul Sloan 34. FOLK BALLADS (h'.ODERN) Ron Hartley 63; Hln man ai. 15 years: Bonnie Sloan and I orf Smith 85 Teresa Pitcher, Mo- ten Olsert and Wielanl Webster 83 FOLK SONGS Girls, 11 years: Us a Malkln fcS; Undil Spaceman 63. Boys: James Ferguson 60. GirJs, 14 years.: Loj-fia Merrill, ES; Cheryl Russell E3. Boys, U years: Jack Thomas 82. Girts, 17 yrars: Lwl Smith 67; Dor- een Sommerferdt, Cheryl Rinsell and Aile-n Smith 84 Oprn; Lori Smith S4; Mulanl Web- S3. MUSICAL THEATRE Ifi ye an and under: S1oai 89 [oo Him, piclure no. Delanl Spackman and Cheryl MUSICAL PRODUCTION IS years: packman Slslws M; Tagg-alongs 85. MADE OF PLASTIC More than 90 per cent of the three million fishing rods in the United States are made of plas- tics reinforced with glass fibre, Nakayama plans trip Fumagalli CANON NAKAYAMA COALDALB (HNS) Canon 0. G. N'aknyarna of the Angli- can Church of the Ascension here plans to leave April !3 for Koutli America and Africa on a preaching tour. He expects to airive home Sept. 7. He will speak nearly every day. Last year he went to Japan, Okinawa and Hawaii for sev- eral months- About 18 years ago he was in Brazil and has been to Ja- pan before. He IMS spoken al centres across Canada. He is a young 71 years of age. Before reaching Mexico City May he will be speaking at Vancouver, B.C.. Seattle, Port- land, Berkeley, San Francisco, Salina and IMS Angeles. In Brazil he will preach in more than 55 protestanl churches. He may attend tho world Mennonitc Conference which will be held in Curiliba j Parana. Brazil, in July. performs well tirown Old flics a way Fly VKIIN DKtOUX FOIIT MACLCOD (Special) Kort Macleod Brownies hon- ored Brown Owl Mrs. Isobel Schwindt recently. Slie is retiring after 10 years with the girls. Brownie Darlene Collar pre- sented her with a plaque en- graved with "To Brown Owl in appreciation for the many hours spent with us." There were 70 names o! girls who studied under Mrs. Schwindt since she became Brown Owl in 1868. From 1962 to 1903 she was Owl and another 80 girls learn- ed from her, Tliree were her daughters. Mrs. Elaine Erick succeeds Mrs. Schwindt as Brown Ow] and Mrs. Birdie Doherty wilt be Tawny Owl. Rhonda Ducharem was pre- sented with her Golden Hand entitling her U> fly up to Brow- nies. Lew Blair, district commis- sioner of the Boy Scouts, spoke. TOP HIGH SCHOOL WRESTLERS Cardston High School wrestlers, weighing 97 to 154 pounds, won honors In the Alberta High School Wrestling Championships al Edmonton recently. Eleven competed in 15 weight cotagor- les. Firs! place honors were collected by Joel Isfeldt, 97 Ibs., Monty Smith, 1M Ibs., Doug Richards, 133 Ibs., and Vaughn Smith, 145 Ibs. Other lesser winners: Wil- fred Marks, Tom NEsh, David Prete, Larry Leovitt, Lorry Pitcher, Rod Shaw and Kenneth tP District News C J EQUIPMENT RENTALS 1410 2nd Avenuo South, Phone 328-4765 BOB-CAT LOADERS 1 ONLY! FOR SALE NICE USED UNIT Giant auction BLAIRMORE (CNP Bureau) A used razor, potted plant, wedding ring and possibly even a second hand knife will be available at the Blairmore Lions Club giant auction sale planned for Saturday, April 29. It will be held at 1 p.m- at the parking lot near the Blair- more Elks Hall. K will aid the 'Pass hospital. Items can be donated by tele- phoning Lions Peter Fitzgerald, 564-4345; Bellevue; Joris Kern- pcrs, 563-3287, Coleman; Tom Stanley. 544-S322, Hillcrest; Don Thornton, 562-2121; Blair- iPOOL Alberta farmers have worked almost 50 vears to build their grain-handling co-operative into the success it is tociay- The pioneers of 1923 would be proud! This is another product of the vision of Alberta farmers. You build the value of your real ownership share in your Pool when purchasing Co-op Fertilizer specialized to meet Western Canada's crop and soil needs. Wise fertilizer use san help you to Cut your unit cost per acre Realize higher total returns per acn Get maximum crop incoma. Discuss your needs dnd order now (Bulk or Bag) from your ALBERTA WHEAT POOL ELEVATOR OR SEE-0 WAREHOUSE MANAGER more; or John Kerr, Jr., 562- 2505, Blairmore. A pickup date for articles and bakers' is to be set and will bo announced. Showtime 72 COLEHfAN fCNP Bureau) The Crowsncst Pass Figure Skating Club will present Show- time '72 in the Coleman areni Saturday, March 25. A matinee performance will be held at 2 p.m. An evening performance will be held at 8 o'clock. The show will feature solo and group numbers totalling 26 performances' Miss Dominion of Canada will be present. Specialty numbers will bo performed by Calgary Glencoe artiste and local dub profes- sional Peggy Bronn. Hockey tourney COALDALE (HNS) An Ice hockey tournament for pee wee hockey leaguers of the south county area vill be held al. a.m. to 1 p.m- Saturday, Apri: 1, in the Letlibridge Henderson Lake Ice Arena. It will involve six (earns in pee wee league play this win- ter. The winners will be declared league champions. Parents are urged to come out and watch their boys play. Bingo tonighf COALHITRST The Park- Lake 4-H Beef Club will hold a miscellaneoa'i bingo at 8 o'clock tonight in the Coalhurst Community Hall, Annual meeting set for March 29 COALDALE (HNS) The annual ratepayers meeting for he town will he held 8 p.m. Wednesday. March 29, in the Coaldale Sporisplex hall. J'flss Ilurran BLAUIMOHU A mark of 83 was awarded to Miss Laurie Fumagalli of Bellevue for medial: Ornifil% f, r 1 c 1 i. Uftdfecfc E2. PFano iclo, 3 U Wah, 85 E.6'.h 17 years and ur.aet ti'jj n piano solo at the 'Pass festival. The B I a i r m o r c United Church Choir, directed by Mrs. Inger Handles, and Faith Harms of Lethbridec, B'lkvuo, 65 ii.-.Bfa, open: Laurie Bellevn, 67. Gsyla Co'Jsnio, Et. Vccal Gf 1: St'iy Jdmson, PinchT, 8i won 88 marks. In afternoon performances, piano soloist Dehra Finn of Blairmore received 83 in the 17 and under class ami in the 20th Century composers 17 and under class, Derek Jamos of Pincher Creek received and Mar-jorie Carlson of Pi richer 18 and Linger: OsH Pincrier, ti. Musical th-afre, 13 Dennis, H Pincher. 17 yesn MORNINO and Co'cman litd, Ei, 13 end tntfer Bach, Karen Blairmore, ry nine years and under class. In the 1 1-year s and under test Sherry Slavik of Coleman received 86: Debbie Lowell and Peggy Oosner. both of Cole-mnn, tied with 83. Violincello solo, 13 and under, went to Tony Kumagalli of Bellevue with B6. In the 35 years and under class string artist Gayla Costanzo of Bellevue received 86 Bellevue, t7; Barbara Den' nls, LundGrtrk, E5. I'jfh Century, 14 and wdtr: Ktrrr, Poiri. BcllevL-e, Phsrh, Lun tf bre c h Way man Belie w, F.S. Blairmore, S-l. NJne to n Joan RAtf'ord, and Valerfe Shigeftiro. B'airrnon, Farr.il v rmuijc: Helen KtUit Kruq, Coleman Chc.ru'CS lifonape olrK: Mellon HJch SchMl, M Junl-jf hlqli folk H-il. rie Fumagalli and Karen Pozzi, both of Bellevue, in the 16 year and unrler class, received a mark of 86 to wind up the three-day festival competitions. Diane Karen Svoboda of Frank received a mark of 82 in the percussion solo class. Solo speech (lyric poetry) winners were Susan Macleod, Coleman. 81, and Deborah Freng, Coleman, 83. Violin solo, special class, (not more lhan two yejiirs' studv winners were Valerie Lons-bury, Blairmore, 84; fnot more than two ye ars study M a r n i e Ferguson, Pincher Creek, 85; and Grade 5, Karen Pozzi, Bellevue, 85, Results of Tuesday atlsrnoofl per-formancei: GirlA vocal !olo, Grade 4: Karen Reamer, Pinchtr, Gilliann Heal on. Pincher, f.3. Grade 6: BUM Robinson, W; Bonnfe Part, Coleman, B-l. Bcyi vccal Grade 4; Rodr.ey Kelrres, Pinchcr, S3; Stuart McRae, Pincher, 12. Recover solo, t-Jainneri: Prf-r School, fid. Grade i, Helton High sehacf, Glrk (ofk long jc.io: Pincher, S2. mark anniversary ou April 1 FOREMOST (Special) Mr. and Mrs. Phay will celebrate their Golden Weddirg anniversary with an open house at ttie Foremost Community Hall Saturday, April 1, from 2 (o 7 p.m Everyone is welcome to join with family and friends in pay-ng tribute to the couple, longtime residents of the Ncmi-scam and Foremost districts-They request that there be no Rifts. Tax meeting March 28 al Coalhurst "Ufght as COAUIUFST 'MA'S) The TSApsyers HOD his called a genfral meet- ing for 8 p.m. March 28 in the Coalhurst Community Hall. A provincial department of health official and other offi- cials will be present. Discussion of a possible sew. Bgc system for the village will be held. Eroryone ta urged to attend. 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