Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 31, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
FESTIVAl WINNERS Winners of the Crowsnest Pass Festival's lop awards galher after the rcceni grand final concert in Ihe Isabella Sellon School nt Slairmore. More than 450 allended. Adjudicator Howard Leylon-Brown named Miss Louise Costigan of Blair- more the competitor showing the "greatest musical promise." The Blairmore Lions Club Award was presented to her by Mr. leyton-Brown, conductor of Ihe Regina Symphony Orchestra. Lions sponsor the annual festival. Decoux Photos 'Pass Trophies Awarded By VERX DECOUX I Crowsnest Pass llureau grand ar.d wonderful festival" was the way adjudicator Howard Leyton- Brown of Regina described the Crowsnest Pass Music Festival that concluded at a grand con- cert of award winners before more than 450 persons in lite Issbelle Ecllon School. The grar.d finale also in- cluded the presentation of tro- phies and awards following the grand concert of 28 numbers. Master of ceremonies for Ihe concert was Lion President Don Reil. Lion Joe Pozzi, assisted by this writer, presented the Iro-' plu'cs and awards. Winners included: Laurie Fumigalli of Bcilcvue the Wal- ter Moser Memorial Trophy for highest marks in the festival. She also won the Blairmore Board of Trade Challenge Tro- phy for the highest marks in Junior Classes. -Miss Louise Costigan and Bonnie Dobek lied for the Blair- more Lions Club Challenge Tro- phy for high marks in senior classes. The Blairmore United Church Junior Choir took the Harold Mark Memorial Trophy for liigh marks in Junior Choir classes. The Crowsncst Consolidated School. District Challenge Tro- phy for high marks in school chorus classes resulted in a four-way tie between the Lund- breck Livingstone School, the Blairmore Grade 2 cleinenlnry school, the Pincher Creek St. Michael's and Canyon schools. The John Ferstay Challenge Trophy for high marks in violin solo classes went to Louise Costigan. Miss Bonnie won the L. Morgan Challenge trophy for high marks in vocal solo class- es. Elaine Dobek took UK J. E, Upton Memorial Trophy for high marks in reed solo classes Ray Dobek won the Frank Kdl Trophy for high marks in the brass solo classes. Laurie Fumigalli received the Moscr Piano Challenge Trophy The Pincher Creek Shiclt went to the Crowsncsl Pass Symphony Orchestra conducled by Roy Uplon. The Crowsncst Pass Band won Ihe Dr.' L. R. Ainundtcn Challenge Trophy. Louise Cosligan scored high- est in piano open classes and Tony Fumigalli cf Bellevue the T. J. Costigan Speech Arts Challenge Trophy. The Audrey Bonne Challenge trophies for "highest marks in vocal Grades 1 to 3 went to Michelle Dobek, Rodney Ket- tles, Weedy Sutherland and Merle Boese. The girls' trophy for vocal solo Grade 7, 8 ar.d went to Audrey TilerriauH. The G. Eriksson Challenge trophies for the boy and girl gaining highest marks in vocal solos Grades 4, 5 ar.d 6 went to Brenda Bustard of Pincher Creek, Bonnie Park of Coleman and K. Dubek of Biairmore. Brian Dobek lock the boys ev- ent. Tlie Blairmore Elks Lodge Torrie Named To TABER (HNS) Marvin H. forric was unopposed in his bid or the position of trustee for he Grassy Lake district on the Taber divisional school board. Mr. Torrie succeeds Willard Penner. He was elected in Jan- uary but resigned for business Award for band competition went to the Crowsr.est Pass Band. The Madeleine Pinkney Award for piar.o duet classes went to Joan R ad ford ar.d Jo- anne Longworth cf Blairmore. Miss Elaine Dobek won the Beethovan piano class award sponsored by Mrs. Madeleine Pinkney. Miss Dobek also won the Dobek Brothers reed solo award. Ken Skryzyala of Cole man feck the Lions Club piano ac- [cordifn award. tes Laurie took the Blairmore Lions Piano Solo award presented to the competi- tor gaining the highest marks in closed piano classes. Miss Costigan tcck the Lions String Sols Award. Blairmore L'ions Brass Solo Award went to Ray Dobek oi Blairmore. Borniie Dobek look the Lions Chit Junior Vocal Award. Mr. Leyton-Brown chose Miss Costigan the artist with "great- est musical promise." Pincher Records Deficit PLN'CIIEU CREEK (Special} The town is looking forward to considerable expansion in 1970, said Mayor Arthur Ames at Uie recent animal meeting. With Iha new 30-lct nib-divi- sion, west oi the pnlf course Ecrvktd and paved, ihcre ivill be rconi far numerous apartir.ciits. Jn liis address to the 15 rale- payers present. Mayor Ames reported that the paring pro- gram will be finished tliis year. The new police building is Hearing completion, with the total cost at about The government has loaded part oi the second floor as a courtroom at a cost of a year. There will also be recreation space available upstairs. The mill rate will remain the same ES last year. The mayor said the deficit of was noUiing compared to the pro- gram which had gone on for the past couple of years. He also said IK hoped school cosjs would not be too liigh. No side- walks will be constructed until the pavement is completed. The swimming pool was a popular recreation area vilh a total allendance o( 23.380 in 73 days. Total receipts were 763. There was a deficit of ap- proximately A re-designed golf course will be started in the spring, with 14 acres of new land being grassed. Cresliview Senior Citizens' Lodge will come in for exten- sive landscaping. The land west o.' UK building will be bard-sur- faced. The made 167 calls at a total eosl of It is operated by the Fire De- part menl. The fire department altcr.dcd 14 local fires and several for the 3ID. Total cost of operation was High consumption of water for one day was in Augiist with gallons being used. The average amount used per per- son for a day was H5 gaUons. Total revenue for the year was and total expendi- tures were JM9.423. Secretary Jim Crawford was commended for the invaluable assistance te had given in the He will remain on staf in an advisory position. Terry Lyons will assume the wsilion as secretary. Worth 31, 1970 THE IETH8R1DGE KERA1D 3 WINS ALL-AROUND GUIDE CORD Whs Vivienno Stoakley of Coulls chats with Mrs. Noro Ward of lelh- bridge, Girl Guide commissioner of the Chinook District. Miss Stoakfey is Ihe first Caulls Girl Guide to win the Ail- Around Cord, emblemalic of guiding excellence. Hacke Phcto Little Bear In Hot Scat PIXCIIER CRKICK (Special) Friendship has invited Leroy l.illle Bear, president of Hie Lethbricige Ccntiv as first t for new Ibl Scat se- ics of programs. 3iamber Plans Tours Major Problem PKCHER CREEK (Special) Les Skinner, retired RCMP officer and now security officer for Eaton's, speaker at the Pincher Creek Chamber of Commerce meeting, said that with the numlxT of complex stores and retail outlets in to- day's society, shoplifting has be- come a major problem. Shoplifting has become a problem and yet some people pi won Ihe Trophy. Chappell Memorial Karen Pozzi o! Bellevue, high- est marks in Bach piano, won (lie Roy L'plon Challenge Tro- phy. QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC 324 5lh St. 5. Ph. 3287684 Above Capitol Furnilure EDDY DIETRICH, C.D.M. Ferine Trustees Honored NATAL. B.C. (UN'S) A banquet for retired members cf the boaid of trustees o! School District No. 1 (Fcrnie) paid tri- bute In ex-chairman Dan Ches- ter ar.d Virce Mar- tin and Ed Rakkeit, who be- tween them gave 3-1 years ser- vice to Ihe board. A long-service certificate also went to Grasmere's Doug Mc- Donald still a trustee. Mayors of Fcrnie and Epar- woad, Reno Lenardon and John Thomson, respectively, praised the senice of the retiring trio. Organizations that donalec scholar ships and bursaries I were Uuukcd by sec ret a ry- I treasurer Ernest Chambers. COUNTRY NEWS These Are TUeietltbndge Herald Correspondents In Your Area are still unaware of the se- riousness of the offense. It is a criminal offense contrary to Ihe Criminal Code of Canada, Guest Of Honor FOREMOST (Special! iucst of Iwnor at Fore most .ions Club's past-district gover- wr's night recently was Jack Tlwmpson. All Around Jlr. Tlwnipson, formerly z Stoakley. evident of Foremost, now lives Minor I lie was a charier nembcr of the Foremost club. nd when living in Foremost vas active in community af- Etrs including the prowolion i! several notable projects in- iluding Ibe Civic Centre and Community Hall. Announce New Line CLARliSIIOLM son Industries cf Ctaresholm las begun a new line of mobile known ss Chinook to bn narkeleii throughout western Canada from Winnipeg lo Vari couver Island. Tlie new line will nclude mobile homes ranging in length from to 60 feet and also the double wide units. Tenderfoots COUTTS (HNS) Guide Capt. Beth Trchiib enrolled Janet Vv'eins arxl Dsbbic Bar- rows as Guides and presented them wilh their TenderfoU Pins. The Association present- ed the girls wilh liicir fcarfs. This brings Uic Couttj; Guide enrolment to 20 girls. Fourteen Guides Fire Brigade Badges: Charlotte Weins, Zara Tania Lay- cock, Laurie Furlong, Debbie McCullock, Shelley JKnor, Deb- bie rniclen Dawn Mellafont, Pauline Larson, Jodie Behrens, Wendy Stoaklcy, Naixrj' Evers, Agnes Granl, Arlenc Wiitcsel. Cook Badge: GeraMcne escl. Minstrel Badge: Charlotte Cord: Vivieune and Vivicnne itoakley were cnrflllrd as Sangers by Company Trader Mrs. Anne Stoakley. Fur- 800 Attend Easter Cantata Three Guides, Laurie MariJene Karstoa and Debbie McCulloch, were taken into the Ranger Company. Tolenf Show Sef RAYMOND (HNS) Loel Olsen, production manager for the. Lions Club's annual talent night, reports tins year's stow will be held at the LDS Culture Centre April l at p.m. Visit Expo TABER (IfNS) Taber Chamber of Commerce presi- dent Lawrence N. Campbell and llrs. Campbell will spend 10 days at Expo 70 in Osaka, Ja- pan, in early April. Farmers' Market TABER (HA'S) Robert Bas set, native son of Taber, has re turned to the community t open a Farmer's Market an( Confectionery in the former Ta ber Auto Body Shop building Of 50th Ave. at 53rd St. Mr. Bassell left Taber short ly after IBS high school gradua- tion, taking a police course at Mr. Little Bear cf Ihe escrvc is living at Ixahbiidce nd attending imiversily. lie las been active in fighting for new centre. It is due to pen in April. The Hot Keal program, dp- ;gned to allow audience par- cipation. will te held Wed'ncs- ay, April 1, at 8 p.m. in tlxs rocket Kindergarten base- ment. Everyone is welcome. PICTURE BliTTE (HNS) 'icture BuUe and District Chamber of Commerce may our HE Kaiser Resources Ltd. some time in April. A bus would bo hired and the day spent in (he 'Pass. Other lours suggested: Blood ndian Reserve ar.d a tour to Valertpn and businesses tl Lcllibridge. Dr. Joe. Takahashi said the :ish ami game association is still investigating the. cost oi changing the ditch and [he up- keep to the Lehto Dam. The ost of a new road will have to e considered. 11 is hoped ymmg people whs attended the drug seminar at Lelhbridge will make a report Tlie chamber sponsored one o the pupils. A Idler was received from the (own in regards to the rec reation area that includes the skating and swimming pool. 1 is hoped there will Ire dressin; rooms and slrowers coinplelec this year as part of the rec reation program of the town Tlie cement slab the rin could be used during the sum mer months. A committee, with Dr. Jo seph Takahashi as chairmar will plan another Vi'alkallwn. Barton and Bill Rae membership committee, repor ed there are now UO member in Ihe chamber. Discussed, bul wilh no rcconi Calgary before taking up police mcnrtatio.i was lire fcaubilil 101 of a kindergarten for Piclur I Bulls. duties at Raymond some years ago. Miss Showered Willi Gifts NOBLE FORD (Special) Margaret Lubbers was the guest of honor at a miscellan- eous shower in the Nobleford United Church. She was assist- ed by her mother, Mrs. A. Lub- >ers, and her future mother-in- 'aw, Mrs. Van Seters. She will become the bride of Arie Van Seiers April 4 in the Nobleford Clirislian Reformed Church. JUST A REMINDER! DON'T FORGET TO MAIL IN YOUR DONATION TO THE EASTEH SEAL CAMPAIGN FUNDS GO TO HEIP AUERTA'S CRIPPIEO CHILDREN AND ADUUS Crowsncst Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vcrnon DKOUX, Resident Rep., Phone 562-2149 OBJECTIVE Campaign Sponiored 5y Green Acres Kiwonis Club P.O. Box 953, Ulhbridgs COALDALE (IKS) More linn people attended Ite Easter Canlala Everlasting Life presented by the Southern Albei !a Menr.enite Brethren Churcli Choir recently in Ilir Kale Ar.drcws liigh school au- ditorium. Rev. Henry Lcewen of the Lakcview Mcnnonile Brethren Church, Lethbridge, was chair- man. C o n d i] c I i n g Ihe 100-voice mass clioir was Alan Andres, pastor of the Menno.iile Breth- ren Church and high sclcol teacher at Grassy Choirs from VaiLvhall. hridgc. Grassy Lake, Medicine Hat and Coaldalc combined. The canlata was written by Helen J. Thompson and music was by Mrs. R. R. Foreman. MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED MARKER P.O. Box 1J MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELUR------P.O. Box 329, Milk River MONARCH MRS. JACOB DEKKER P.O. Box 61 NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON P.O. Box 314 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Cen. Del. Contact theie people for ycur District News or Classified Advertising OPEN HOUSE HENRY HOMES LTD. Monday Tuesday Wednesday March 30 to April 1 inclusive Location North of Woolco gt 1609 Lakeside Road 1811 Lakepoinl Road EXCLUSIVE AGENTS Royal Trust Company 323 7th St. S. 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