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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta TABER PARADE Thousands of spectators were thril- led by bands, floats, decorated cars, bicycles and lovely Hrls on horseback at the Taber parade on the weekend. Gibb Photo Taber General Hospital wins r.y HOSS GIBB Herald News Scrvici Senior cowboys Einar M. TABER The thousands thronged the paratf route here Monday under over- cast skies to watch what has been described as one of the better shows presented here, with bands, floats, decorated cars and bicycles mixed in with horse-groups and novelty num- bers. Parade marshal! Jack ler, assisted by numerous help- ers and judges, got the entour- age off to a good start, hut be- fore the parade had finished iLs run. the clouds wept and heavy rain scurried onlookers to their cars or nearest shelter. Headed by two mounted TICMP officers and Taber's chief of police, the parade fea- tured Hon. H. A. (Bud) Olson and Douglas Miller, MLA, as well as mayors of Taber and neighboring communities and other legislature mem- bers. Mayor A. H. Avery bid Ihe visitors welcome at a noon lun- cheon sponsored by the town, each of the officials responding in good taste. Parade prize winners were: Non-commercial floats Ta- ber General Hospital, Primary Association. Barnwell Mutual Improvement Association. Commercial floats John- son's Taber Drugs, Pat's Flow- er Shop, Taber Curling Club. Youth floals no first, Sec- ond Taber Scout Troop, Grassy Lake M.T.A. 4-H floats Taber 4-H Sugar Beet Club, Taber 4-H Sewetle Club, Taber 4-H Beef Club. Antique cars Tien Carter, Lethbridge ('27 Model John Moreland, Wrentham ('28 Mod- el A Elbert Miller, Lethbridge C30 Model Decoraled cars Larry Oseen, Taber. Decorated bicycles Cheryl Bonettc, Taber, Fiona Wolsey, Taber, Caralee Rogers, Barn- well. Most original entry Dick- Robinson's family us The Seven Dwarfs. Junior special Lona Gard- ner, Joan Valgardfion, Candis Johnson (with Mary's little Jense-i. Barnwell, Carlos Jen- ,501, T well, Ron John, Bell- traditional I Cv cowgirls Susan Hall, Pincher Creek, Leslie Franks, Warner, Dixie Gray, Lcth- bri' sen, Barnwell, Tage Hansen, Taber. Rod Shockey, Taber. Junior cowgirls Billie Rob- inson, Pincher Creek, Bonna Schmidt, Taber, Lori Sebok, Taber. Mounted Schmidt, Taber, Bill Schmidt, family Junior cowboys Kevin Jen-1 Taber, Reid Hall, Pincher Creek. Shetland pony class Tracy Eriekson, Lethbridge, Joyce Klics, Taber, Valerie Liptak, Taber. Glamour class differed M. Peterson. Lethbridge (a per- ennial Lethbridge Com- munity College Riding Club. illy Glow shines Ti.V HOSS GIIIB Herald News Service T A B K 11 The annual quarter horse show held here Saturday was beyond all expec- tations, according to club chair- man and show manager Ed Sparks, and the more than 300 entries was rivalled only by Ihe quality of horse flesh from Ihe three western provinces and the state of Montana. Judge of the show, Milo comb of Sterling, Col, w a s equally pleased. Tho show was approved by the American and Alberta Quarter Horse Associations. Taking championship honors were the following winners: j Grand champion stall! o n. Billy Glow, a two-year-old colt owned by W. D. Hunt of Ed- monton; reserve champion, three year old Jubal Troupe, owned by Horse Shoe Bar Arena, Lethbridge. Grand champion mare, Little Kilebar, owned by Ian MacRae of Hardisty; reserve champion Fancy Partner, 1970 fillie owned by Merv Thoreson, Cal- ga'T- Grand champion gelding, Two Eyed Badger, owner Mer- lin Adams of Lethbridge; re- I serve champion Tivio Tick Tock, owner Gary Coleman of j Calgary. Championship troph- ies were presented by the j A.Q.H.A. and Mereski Jewel- ers, Taber. Tumday, May ?3, 1975 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD DEFENSIVE DRIVING Albert LeGrandeur and Law- rence Boneriz are conducting o defensive driving course for Pincher Creek and district drivers. They will hold an- other course for 'Pass residents next month. Lunn Photo Mrs. Dick TABER 0-IKS) The resig- nation of Mrs. Dorothy Dick resigns from Taber school division board of trustees presents a va- cancy which will be filled with- out undue delay. Nominations for the position 10 a.m. and 12 noon day, May 2-1. j Should elections be required, voting will take place Friday. June 9. i Mrs. Dick is one of two trus-1 Ken 11 cues leaves post PINX'HKK CKKKK f Special i Crock lit; without a doge-atelier ;iftcr May :il. Ken Hones tendered his ignalion (o (own council at tho recent meeting. Tho (own will arlvcrtlMnt: for a new riogcfitclifr. Miss Donna niat-k ;mrl Cheryl Stulcy were pivcn p'-r- missimi to operate a inp .shop at 741 .Si. Tim year's "cluHn-iip cam- paign1' v.'ill he iickl May '.'.'.i to June 1G. Councillor 0. v.'ill again oversee the npoi ,'t- lion. Garbage baps v.iil onlm-I for students who are working on the clean-up campaign. 'Hie disposal of ahamlone'l car bodies is posing a problem. Jim Pollock's bid for janilnr- ial services for the town haH and police building was ac- cepted. MEASUIIES NOISK ii3 iui me JXI.MUUU Ltus i ujji usciiLJiiy a ciuci will received by reluming j tors on the seven man board, officer Mrs. Edna LePage, as-1 She has held that position for sisLant secretary treasurer, at I more than two years. She is re- thc divisional office, Taber Ad- tiling to take up residence at ministration Building, between Edmonton in mid-June. 11113. 1J11-.IV IS U11C III 11 U.I- j tees representing Taber dec-! A French organix.a- lion has developed a noise ''thermometer1' with a showing the sounds a person's ears can tolerate without ill ef- fects. RODEO QUEEN Miss JoAnne Schmidt was crowned Queen of the Taber Rodeo ai Saturday evening's rodeo cabaret, by retiring queen Miss Janet Megyes. Represent- ing the Taber Roping Club, Miss Schmidt won over competitors Miss Anna Rudolf (St. Mary's Miss Jeannie Ferguson (W. R. Myers School) and Miss Karen Schmidt (Moose Winners in the licket draw were Mrs. Lois Peard, Taber Mike Clan- field, Grassy Lake and Howard Fenton, Taber Gibb Photo The Workmen's Compensation Board ADVISORY OFFICER Will Be In LETHBRIDGE CLAIMS COLEMAN JUNE 6 at Ihe U.M.W.A. Local Union No. 2633 Telephone 563-3665 JUNE 7 and 8 at the office of The Workmen's Compensation Board 1277-3rd Av.enue, South Telephone 328-2040 Should you desire an appointment 1o discuss o claim, mail the coupon NOW so that Mr. Long con gather all tliB facts before liis visit. Correspondence is also welcomed from persons who require claims advice ond between visits to centres throughout iho pro- vince Mr. Long is in his Edmonton office for consultation. PLEASE CLIP AND MAIL THIS COUPON CLAIMS ADVISORY OFFICER WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION BOARD P.O. BOX 7415, EDMONTON, ALBER1A 1 wnulrj Ijlfft on oppoinlmant wjih Mr, long whsn bs K Nnmr Mnil Town or City Claim No. (Following Information nftoderl if Claim Number not available.) No in i) of employer of tima of injury Palo of injury 19 Natura of Injury.. Hughes re-elected icrs: Rusty, Tied, Stallions, 1971 G.M. Pittman; Sen. Stallions, 1970 'silly Glow, W. D. Hunt; Mr. Star Jack, Horse Shoe Bar Arena; Badger Bee Good, Mel Sch- midt. Stallions, Troupr. Hnrse Shoe Bar Arena; Shipper Ouch, Dai- re! Hunhson; Skip V.'ill Do, Fa'ph Schaffer'. Stallions. 1968 end over Do: HoIMday, Randier; O.'t Mlehia, Jerome Fischer; Cash Us Rasi J. NATAL (HNS) At a recent meeting of the senior citizens group of S p a r w o o d, Dick Hughes was re-elected presi- dent and James Grocult was elected vice-president. Elected to the board of di- rectors were Mrs. Gladys Bor- sato, Mrs. Polly DeLuca. Mrs. May Mclnnis, Mrs. Euphoria Kozler, Joe Altomare, Fred By- bacliuk and Siro Cimolini. Anthony DeLuca and Harry Eberts are the representatives on council and Louise Ungaro and Dr. E. R. Luzod are on (lie advisory board. Mrs. Lorraine Fontana Is the administrator. FIIMes, 1971 Unnamed, Hughson; McCue's Smoky Bar, Ni ma Collins; unnamed, Marilyn Bos- serf. Fillies, 1970 Fancy Partner. Merv Golden; Bars Ra Dell, Henny Peder- son. Fillies, 1969 Too Lucky, Mel Schmidt; Luct-v's Mamby. Gerry Hansrnn; Kilobob, Ian MacRai. Fillies, I960 and over Little Kilebar, Ian MacRae; Tanqo Kilebar, Don Fleming; Rla Richelle, G. W. Golden. Broodmares Cherry Creek Sun- nay, G. Lflcourse; Starbrighl Page, A. J. Turlock. Geldings, 1970 Go Parade, W. D. Perky Page. William Rose; Rambler Paoe, W. H. Yuill. Geldings, 1969 Welcome Partner, Merv Toreson. Geldings. 1968 find over T w o Badger, Merlin Adams, Tivio Tick Tock; Paul Coleman, Rupert's Buck, Hanfc Frey. Produce of Dam Jinx Gypsy, Merv Thore wn; Fancv, Hans Hansme; Top Hand Sue, E. M. Gel Of Sire Suoar Mint, J. W. Kintj and Doug French. Youth activiiier. hal'er Luckv's Mamby, Gerry Hansma, Tan- no Kilebar, Don Fleming; Pamela Kilcbar, Yvonne Derochie. Youth flctlvities Walter Tivio Tick lock, Paul Coleman; Hiatv land Dixie, Leslie Trotter; Needles Sharp, Doris and Roger Heintr. Youth activities showmansnb nl Mamby, Jerry Hans- ma; Highland Dixie, Leslie Trotter; Little Sun Sue, Shirley Gallup. seat English Pleasure Miss Star Bonanza, Janice Miller; Hiah- Innd Dixie, Leslie Trotter; Casey Tivio, Florence Mewburn. Open pleasure Flint, George Cor nelson; Charlie Brown, Brian Ball; Baldy, Joanne Schmidt. Junior western pleasure Lucky's Mamby, Gerry Hansma; Mr. Star Bonanza, Janice Miller; Lucky Lady Lois Blnglinm. Best 15 and' under rider Guv Hninlz ert Sunday Two Smoke; Vicki Heinti on Needles Shnrp; Michael Shea on KHnbar Benver; Youlh activities western pleasure- Leslie Trotter on Highland Dixie, Shirley Gad up on Little Sun Sue; Wendy Nuqgent on 'sle Moon. Senior western plensure J. W. EliioH on Mlta Buck; Abe VoMmer j on Mr. Jim Handy; Morgan Lybbert I on Doc Holiday. Reining, all Blue Buzz Five, Larry Irvine; Franklie Freddy, Eleanor Golden; Doc Holiday, Mor- gan Lybbert. Open reining Flint, Georcie Cor. nelson; Tinky" Toy, Bonnie Ball; Red, Jeanne Ferciuion. Youlh activities western Michael Shea on KiloLwr Beaver, Strve Dunham on Me CUP Kilobar; Paul Cclpman on Two L'yed Bing. Western rirtino Florence Mew- burn on Casey "Tlwior Steve Dunham nn McCup Kilobsr; Paul Coleman on Tv.-o Eyed Youth activity hnrrrl rfldna Steve Dunham on Kilobnr r T.inis Gallup on Little Sun Sue; Shan- XVuinta; Bonnie Ball on Tinker Trofaiieiikos honored TURIN (HNS) Mr. and Mrs. Tony Trofancnko of Turin celebrated 60 years of married life together recently. In honor of their parents children held an open house reception and family dinner in the Turin School auditorium. Out-of-town guests were from Calgary, Vegrevillc, Lethbridgo and district, Mr. Trofancnko was born in Austria in 1887. He came to Canada in 1900, arriving in On- tario. In 1907 he came to Lethbridge where he worked in the coal mines and with the CPK. Mrs. Trofancnko was born In Austria in 1890, She arrived in Canada in hill. Mr. and M r s. Trofancnko were married in 1912. They lived in Lethbridge. In 1917, 55 years ago they moved to the Turin district where they con- tinue to live on their farm. Mr. Trofancnko. at 84 years, is still active and enjoys rais- ing cattle and living on t h e farm. Mrs. Trofancnko, Ri, docs all her own housework and en- joys a garden each year. Mr. iincj Mrs. Trofancnko raised 11 children. They have 23 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. MARRIED 60 YEARS Mr. and Mrs. Tony Trofan- enko of Turin recently celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary. Crowsnest Pass ireau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vet-run Decoux, Resident Rep., Blarrmore 562-2149 horrr Dec1 Holiday- Mea- dowview Ranches; McCue Kilobar, A. R. Dunham; Mr, Jim Hardy, Abe Vnllmpr. Cutting Princess Pep, Goidon; Dandy Pi if, Mel Schmidt j Kllobar, Den Fleming. These Are The LetWnidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area BIACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY P.O. Box CRANBROOK NANCY MILES Slh Si. I. ETZIKOM MRS. THCKIA MINES On Del. FOREMOST GEOFF. TAGO Box 381 FAITH MRS. THEKLA EHNES Gon. Del. Contact then paopta for your Dlitricl Ncwi or Classified Advertising BLAIRMORE 562-2743 AND LETHBRIDGE 327-2007 MAY 24th SET SALE ONLY 5 DAYS LEFT SALE ENDS MAY 27 PREMIUM 4 PLY POLYESTER TWIN WHITE (ANY SIZE) TIRES 2nd CAR BARGAIN 775X14 TUBELESS TIRES (NEW) INSTALLED HOLIDAY FRONT END SPECIAL COMPLETE WHEEL ALIGNMENT '.77 Phone 327-2396 ;