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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 29, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta ry, flsreTi WJ TKf 3 able traitis PAULA GALLUP, TRACY hECKBERT SPACKMAN SISTERS TOP MUSICAL THEATRE CLASS Water system District runs deficit doings TABER (UN) Toun of Taber annual meeting was hold recently. The statement showed com- bined revenues and Venturers practise basic rescue FOREMOST (Special) Ven- turer Dirk Begemann, strapped tightly to a stretcher, free of the Foremost School building atop the ladder hinge in a demonstration of basic rescue techniques. The simulated rescue demon- stration was unique. For the first lime in Alberta the "res- cue" was carried out in its en- tirety by- an eight-mnn crew mado up by youth under Id years. All were members o f the Foremost Venturers. Demonstrations of llu'ce bas- ic rescue techniques from a roof top were given by teams of eight people. The otlier two groups were citizens of Fore- most and Bow Island. It was the culmination of four days of basic rescue train- ing sponsored locally by the 40- mile emergency government area under its unit co-ordinalor Vernon Arnold. Trie course was conducted by Larry Jones of Calgary, head of the southern Alberta training area. They were carefully sup- ervised by Mr. Jones from the roof of Foremost School. Pa- tients were lowered about 23 feet. The Foremost Cub pack took time out from Cub night (o j watch the rescues. They also examined Hie roping tech- niques for ensuring the safely of the patient on the stretcher during [be rescue. lures of the general accounts and waterworks equal at ap- proximately up 10 per cent from lasl year. The rcporl showed the meagre general surplus of was slightly exceeded by (lie water system deficit of The community centre total costs of were offset in part by revenues of the difference of coming from general revenue equalling 3.4 mills to all ratepayers. The desirability of equipping the community centre auditori- um for basketball, volleyball and badminton was discounted by members of council because of the need to retain the large auditorium f o r unscheduled events with which weekend scheduled events, such as ball games, would conflict. Jt was noted that an existing "use of facilities" agreement with the schools makes possible the use of school gymnasiums for such athletic events, and by whicli the schools get free use of skating ice and swim- ming pool in season. Miss Bradford lop speaker in 4-IJ clubs CRANBROOK (Special) Choosing as her topic, "Libby Dam and Human Rights" Di- anne Bradford of the Wasa Beef Club won the East Koole- nay 4H Clubs public speaking award, the Bank of Montreal featured Trophy. people. Swim pool set COALDALE (H.XS1 Con- struction on (lie Coaldale Sportplex swimming pool will start as soon as weather per- mits. Back complex NATAL (HNS) Sparwood and District Chamber of Com- merce met recently and Jim- mey and Vange Danahassis of the Olympia restaurant, mem- bers of the c h a m b c r. cater- ed the event and turned the ca- tering fee over to the Spar- wood Ways and Means Society with the stipulation that it be used to start a fund for a swim- ming pool for Sparwood. Earlier the proprietors from the Olympia restaurant contri- buted to the Ways and Means Society, without stipula- tion, for the new recreation complex for Spanvood. LD5 ball held RAYMOND (HNS) The Taylor Slake Mutual Improve- ment Association boards were hosts for the annual Green and Golrl Ball held iii Ihc LDS Stake Centre here recently. Decorations w e r e elegant, fuming the largo hall into a beautiful ball room vrilh gleam- ing chandeliers and special col- ored lighting effects. Many of (he dancers were gowned in formal gowns, adding much to Lho beauty of the evening. The art work of Russell Nil- ssoii changed the stage into a beautiful .southern plantation with the old mansion overlook- ing dancers. The floor show, presented by dance director Robert West, nearly 100 young Musical theatre classes most popular in festival She also continues in provin- cial competition to finals nt Vanclerhoof where the winner qualifies for a scholarship. ELECTROHOMB Look N USTEN "The Carlton" coTorTV. Look 'M I iaien value. 1 Giant 2 6" matrix picture lube'. Patented tfcclrolok automatic fino lunfng Efcrtroimt autonnallc trnt control locfcs in the best possible picuuc. t Dcilcrafi cabinet finished in Nalura! Walnut, 649 .00 c this other Electrohoms IVanrf stereo cials duitng Loof: 'N Lislen Days. ACTIVE TV SERVICE During the evening 06 young people were presented and hon- ored for achievement awards for the year. Oldfimers dance NEW DAYTON (HNS) Tho Catholic Women's league re- cently provided entertainment at the Rirfgeview Lodge at Ray- mond. Two squares from tiic South- minster Circle Square and the Milk River Beaus and Belles danced square and round dances to the calling of Ken McGregor of Letbbridge. The senior citizens joined in oldtime dancing, The dancers were invited hack to (he home of Mr, and Mrs. August Kaupp for lunch. 1238 3rd Avo. S. Phona 327-5020 Thelma Luco is classy under hoop COALDALE (1INS) Play in Grades 5, 6, 7 ant! B hnsket- ball leagues saw the McNally girls culscore Baker B by 28-6. Tholma Luco with 12, Debbie Davics, 8, Joyce Van Ducrzcn, 4, and (wo each by Monica sen, Katiiy Bartleit and Colleen Fisher tallied the winning pcnrn. Tho junior high girls McNally tram whipped Baker Rs 2fl lo 13. McNally scorers were P a t Lcngvel with Pam PickoK, 7, Cathy Murray and Marilyn Luco each four, and Marilyn Hudson and Carol French each two. For Baker it was Juanette Daniels with fi, Hegina Hofsink, 4, And Bcverley Ens, 3 baskets, By CATHKRINK HULL Herald News Service CARDSTON Tamara Tagg with her solo in tha 12 years and under class; Jennifer and Nancy Williams with their light opera duet; and Paula Gallup and Tracy Heckbcrt with tlie4r musical theatre duet shared a high mark of 83 in the recent Cardston Music Festival. Musical theatre classes proved just as popular the sec- f-nci dny us they were the first, both in audience and contestant participation. Miss Susan Mallicson, Ed- monton speech arl.s teacher, is the adjudicator for the speech classes. She was pleased with tha high quality of work she found at the festival. A high mark was shared by Terry Pit (5 of Card stem and Diane Keller of Raymond. They earned 33 points for their entries in the dramatic poetry class, 15 years. B oth poems were bv M a r- jorie Pickthall Little Sister of the !Jrophel, eho.sen by Diane, ant] Terry gave her rendition of Pere Lalemcnt, CJose behind witli a mark of 87 were Larry Hartley, Lori IJinman and Laurel Hartley, all of Cnrdston, also in the drama- tic poetry classes and Dana Galbraith of Raymond with a solo scene. The adjudicator, Miss Susan Malheson of Edmonton compli- mented the students on their fine work. Band instrument classes' high mark went lo Kim Chils- tenscn of Magi'alh with his trombone, solo winning 88. The high mark of the entire festival was earned when Betty Beswick of Spring Coulee re- ceived a 90 with her flute solo. Close behind were Doug Carl- son, Cardston, alto saxaphono, lirec sisters, Debbie, Mi- j chelle and Pam Hunter, Card- j slon. SO, w'th their chamber; music ensemble; and Michelle Hunter again, receiving an SB with tier flute. There were five young people chosen to attend the provincial festival in Calgary at the end of May: Lori Smith of Hiuspring, vocal; Theresa Pitcher, Card- ston, piano; Tom Carter, Mag- rath, speech; N'arda Hinman, Cardston, .speech and Betty Beswick, Spring Coulee, band instrument. LYRIC POETRY 7 years and untfcr: Shauna Spack- man 25; KcMy Bogcten 33. 9 years and under: Tamara Tagn fU; Dorothy Palmer, Robyn Glbb and Duaine Palmer 81 DRAMATIC POETRY 7 year? and under: Gerald Harfley i ar.d Tammy GiSb Shauna Spflckman and Gail H-irlloy (firm, j 7 Years and under: Ounald Gib'j i find Scoilv Elogden 6' Cheryl Ririe F6 ALBERTA POETRY yr.irs: Shari Hohm D'a.-f; Kccler j id under: Dalycc Beaier S6. Gallup and Tracy Hcckberl aS; Ter- esa Pilcher and Wolen Olien S7 LYRIC POETRY n years: Sherllyn Palmer E3r Und- Spaceman and Carolyn Ririe E2 13 years: Carol and Lerj-y HarMev Lwi Hrnman 85. 15 years: Diane Keeler 83; Del an! Spaceman 17 years; Beaier anri Kim 81 Tom Carrer and Shirley Johnson E4 DRAMATIC POETRY 11 years: Sherilyn Palmer 83; Lfnd- il SpackTiian 13 years: Larry Hartfev and Lwl Hlnmar> S7 Cardan Rirfe and Meiisa Spackrnan Si [liedf. 15 years: Terry Pltli and Diane EG Layruf Harliey 87. 1 7 years: Tom Carter E6; Kim and Jorinswi 64 19 years: Uarda Hirnian W, SOLO SCENE 12 years: Carolyn Rlrle ti 15 Dana Galbraim B7; Terry PIlH BIBLE READING 10 yeari: Robert Malfcin fO i? years: Lily Gay Steed SI. 15 years r Lwf Hinman 85; Larry Hartley and Maria Snow 33 T8 years: Dalyce Beaier 65. DUOLOGUES 1? years: Oualne and Shtrilyn Pafrn- ec 75 years. Keeter and Dana Gslbrailh M. 18 Kim Chrlslensen and Rog. er Hchrn flJ. SOLO MIME 1? years: Joanne Ririe Shcrilyn Palmer and Dorothy Palmer K2 15 years: Dana GalhraHh St. Open: Shari Kohm 65, ORATORY 18 Tom Carter STORY TELLING 9 years: Joanna Si; Gerald Hartley M. 13 yfsrv Lily Gay SPeed 67- Opcn: Dalyce E3, Tenor Saxophone E: Brfan DuDe- 74. Allo Sflxofihont E: iVjyia Kado 76; Cheryl Rae Beazer 75. Alto D: Randy Hflynei Mta Saxochnne C: Gordon. Hohm EO; Curtis Fletcher 79. Alto Saxccnrxie A: Oouo Certion 65. Ctarinrf F: Fric VanOrman M; Kevin 83. Clarinet D: Rob 65; Vickt Kntln Clarinet C: Katharine Cahoon And .lanf-l BullocV: Clsrinel B: Debbie- Fischer S7; Rick B u Hock 85. Clarinet A: Ronnie Besvs-ick 87; Hunter Ei. Atto Cfnrinrt B: Thompson EL Fas- Clarinet C: Patricfa Dudley Oboe D: Pamlfs Hunter W. Fiasoon D: Susan Marker 6S. French Horr. Er Lcslcr Leavitt 83. Fre ch Hor D: Bobbi Raimulscn Chamber and Pam Hunter B9. Run E: Carrie Smllh EJ; Shirley f.'.v 8h Flute D: Karren Cflhcco Ruth Law and Clnrfy Rice 83. C: Kennedy Jenien 84; Deb- orah Tolley BS Flute 6: Michelle Hunter S3. Rule A: Betty Roswicfc 90. Wood ensemble under IB years: Eric VanOrman. Christine Hunter, Poreen Card and Kevin Peddle W; Karren Cahoon. Carrie Smith, Shirley Low rind Wendy Jensen Bi; Cheryl Thsmpson, Kathy Gaboon and David Tuha f: Ricky Cahoon ES. Trombone E: Joanne While B3. Trombone C; Kim Chrtsfemen Krnnsth Danl and Robert Tagff 85 Trumpet D: Gregory Meyer flJ; Le- RdV 63. Trumpet C: HarVer 8J; Doug Durfey BJ. Trumnsl B: Dennii WhMler 14; Judy Hilmrr B3. .pet E: Penny Leavitt 83; Brent Tav Snare Drum E: Kendy Sabey um D: Rob RcllingsoO 87. 2-i players: san Otsen and Linda rAars- SKA Carter Oalycft Beaier anrj Kim Chrlstensofi 64 CHORUSES Special class: Myra Humprirevs 81. Mrs. Fahmi Humphreys 65. Folk Sona Chorus, 14 9: Ca High Folk Choc us. Grade 7- Schcw! School Chortrs1 Junior No. 4 Junior Hiph N Girls Cnorus Gradp 7-5; Cards! w Juninr Hrgh, L.rrVaa 83. SACRED SOLO Girts 15 yrars: Lwl Smith RS; Ren DUETS 1? years: Gay Sfrcd And Thomfl1? Tamara Tang and1 Jxcly and '.Vil- M Jflnnifrr IMms E5. Cindy and MUSICAL THEATRE PrcxiucfJon, cppn: rjarda Hinrnart E5. Liqht opora, open: Jack Thomas kS. Lighl ofwra duet, open: Jennifer and Nancy WiElia-rm ES; Lily Gay and .lack Thomas, l.ortrn Ca. and NarcJs Hinmfin Si ftlrrfl. Virginia V.'nt-.rn, HicKrn, A'.eri-Lyn" Dahl. Loulss Brirfge trophy at festival CUANBROOK (Special) The 5th annual FOB Cranhrook Music Festival drew 500 en- tries. A lop award, (he Richard Clement Memorial Trophy, wenl lo Fcrnie vofiilist, Mrs. N. rnhrrii. The Lions Cluh SIM scholar- j ship and Eagles Trophy went Cranhrook pianist N'oriko Iwijiro. Tops in band adjudication va.s Mount Baker Secondary School led by A. W. Dclamont, and top hand solisl iUs comet- player Johnson Rose. Peter Schalk, Cranbrook, was lop junior vocal soloist, and special cilalion went Jo Cran- hrook Community Ciioir which single entry in this classi- fication. COALDALK Tin- an- nual south county Inble tcjniis luurnanienl hdd at the I. Baker School lioie iccenlly in the junior division tlie girls' singles was uuii liv r 'n Harrison OL St. Joseph's School. Hoys' singles hy Col- in Heid of Kcadymaclc. Cirls' doubles winners uerc iMor on Page ninfUon ,'nu! Slinn- flrsi'rjsofi of M. Jnsi'ph's Scliool. Hoys' doubles uon by i Calvin Miller Citliu Jlcid, butli of Jlcatiyinridc1. The mixyd (ioiiljlo.s cvonl was won by Kimmy Hr.'inrc iiiul vin Koiii, bolh of itcadyiiKKic. i Seiiioi- divisifiii, of HI. Joseph's: InnV Paul Jii-yanl. H. I. ]j-ikoi- JI Cecilia M n k a s and Molissij f Malkas, both of McNally. j Jlcnry vrillms and anl of 11. I. the I joys' rloublcs. Mixed rlouhlcs v, ;is by Yamainoto anc) Dcxvyyne Vasclcnak of K. I. Baker. <'o nrififi.-itnr.s '...rrr lluszar of ;.nd Mis. Lorraine Hill nf (he li. I. liaker Schnol. '1'iic juliKjr (li1, Jsi'di time to forget the common place This magnificent new Broadloom To [gnite your imagination with the scope and sweep of ihose who shape our life style of today. foci the tempo of a Ilirilling nfw era in carpet slyling --'the interplay of nnrf lustre, Ihc wizardry of color, the robust, shimmering, qlislcninri nylon yarns tLni- hied in gay profusion. Crofted exclusively for Jorrions by Tim Nrw Bigclow of CONVENIENT TERMS! Wo Kcivo Carpets (or Everyone! Out of Town Cus- lomeri may pKone collect for service right in their own Open Doily to Thursdoy till 9 p.m. 315 6th Si. S. Phono 327-1 103 ;