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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Taber is superb host once again Rodeo weekend thrills hundreds funds TABER (HNS) Taber's rodeo weekend was a marked from the hall-filled cab- aret Saturday evening to the beer garden Monday evening. And, in-between, farmers re- ceived much-needed rainfall for crop germination, and throngs gathered for the Vic- toria Day parade and the after- noon rodeo shows, midway, and other entertainment. Wendy Jespersen, roping club candidate, was crowned rodeo aueen at the Saturday night dance by retiring queen Jo- Anne Schmidt, with runner-up Taber parade winners Taber parade winners were listed as follows: Non-commercial floats: Taber Stake MIA; Tatar First Ward MIA; Taber Chamber of Commerce. Commercial floats: Johnson's Taber Drug Store; Southern Alberta Co-op- erative Association; Pat's Flower Shop. club floats: Taber 4-H Sugar Publisher to assist Neiv Horizons P1NCHER CREEK (Special) The New Horizons organiza- tion, currently in the process of compiling family biogra- phies for a history book, will host Friday, May 25, a repre- sentative of a publishing firm, Ron Blair of D. W. Friesen and Sons. He will answer questions in connection with the project and give all possible assistance on local compiling of individual family histories. The meeting will be held in the museum building on James Ave. at 7 p.m., one hour ear- lier than was previously an- nounced. Beet Club; Big Banner Charolais Beef Club; Grassy Lake 4-H Beef Club. Youth section floats: 1st Hays Brownies; 2nd Tater Cubs; 1st Vaux- hall Cubs. Antique Ben Carter in a Model T Ford touring; Wilfred Schauerrran; Russell Rnlay. Decorated cars: Taber Royals Base- ball Club; Wade Garner. Decorated bikes; Katny Sakumoto and group; B r e n d a Schmidt and group; Bonette. Wast original entry: Vauxhall Sad- ole Club; La.vrence Orchard; Taber General Hospital. Junior special sward: Gall and Sharon Campbell and Nola PommPn; Bo-Peep Daniel MacDonald; 5th Tacer Cuh Pack. Senior Cowboys: Reid Hall, Pincher Creek; Leslie Ivan, Taber; Elnar Jen- sen, Barnwell. Senior cowgirls- Pat Parks, Taber; Audrey Wesfrcp, Pincher Creek; Dawn Stevens, Vauxhall. Junior cowboys: Kevin Jensen, Barn- well; Shannon Ivan, Taber; Tage Ha- sen Taber. Junior cowgirls: Bill! Robinson, Pin- cher Creek; Debbie Sebok, Taber; Linda Jensen, Taber Family group mounted: Reil Hall family, Pinr'-er Creek; Bill Poole; Btrdett, Burdett. Shetland pony qroup: Travis and Shane Westrop, Pincher Creek; Lea Schilder, Taber; Nolette MacDcnald, Taber. Special glamor class: Cor Ment, Coalhurst; Cliff Peterson, Lethbrjdge; Ted Allen, Taber. Bands in the parade were: W. R. Myers High School Symphonv; Canadian Sea Cadets, Lethbridge; St. Mary's School; Lelhbndge Desert Shrine Corps and Oriental Sand; Barnwell School, Vauxhall Junior High; Taber Community Band; and W. R. Myers Junior High Band. Prize money was provided by the Taber Businessmen's Association. Youngsters splash for teacher NOBLEFORD (Special) The Grade 4 class Irom Noble Central has commenced taking swimming at the Fritz Sick Pool in Lethbridge. This course is part of the County of Lethbridge learn-to- swim program. TAKE A GENTLE LAXATIVE From the makers of Take gentle-acting Nature's remedy! Nl is an all-vegetable laxative. Forever 70 years, MS has been giving folks pleasant, effective relief overnight. Nl tonight... tomorrow alright! COATfD-lUNIORI STEP grant received PINCHER CREEK (Special) Pincher Creek parks and recreation department has re- ceived a grant of from the government of Alberta under the Summer Temporary Employment Program. Areas in which employees have been approved are cycling, children's theatre, parks devel- opment and lacrosse. Persons eligible for employ- ment must be 18 years of age' and attending universities, col- leges or technical schools. Ap- plicants to universities are eli- gible. Hose-laying tests set for July 14 NOBLEFORD (Special) The Nobleford Volunteer Fire Department is hosting the Foot- hills hose-laying competitions here July 14. Teams from High River, Claresholm, Granum, Fort Ma- cleod and the host team are eligible. Any team along or west of Highway 23 is eligible. A banquet and dance will round out the days' activities. Tammy Hall, Separate School candidate, a close second in the race. Winners of the prize draws were Ross L. Brown of Verea- daie. Wash. Basket Bill Pleska, Taber and Wayne Hovtod, Taber The Elks Lodge bar of gold, worth SI .000 was won by Irene Ross of Lethbridge. Northland Shows of Edmon- ton provided the midway enter- tainment, while the local Knights of Columbus and the Tabsr Polka Band entertained at the beer garden. Earlier r. tr-3 day, Teber's 33rd annual rodeo parade drew the largest crovvd ever for the Monday celebration. Reccgrizing their centennial year, officers of the RCMP in ceremonial scarlet and astride handsome blacks headed one of Taber's most colorful parades. Bert Hargrave, member of Parliament for Medicine Hat, was parade marshal. He rode typical rancher style between rodeo association president Vance Jensen and stock con- tractor Reg Kesler of Rose- mary. Mayors from neighboring cit- ies and towns also participated in the parade, and were lun- cheon guests of the Town of Taber. Eight bands lent a musical and martial background to the mile-long queue of floats, decor- ated cars and bicycles, youth entries and horsemen and horsewomen. COLEMAN (CNP Bureau) A target of is being aim- ed for by the Southern Alberta Junior Forest Wardens and the Girl Forest Guards. They are attempting to raise this amount by holding the an- nual hike-a-thon. The money is earmarked to subsidize the cost of operations of the Lynx Cretk Camp in or- der to give every Junior War- den and Guard the opportunity to attend. The hike will be held Sun- day, June 3, starting at 9 a.m. It starts at the Castle River Stampede grounds, four miles north cf Beaver Mines and west of Pincher Creek, and pro- ceeds west through the moun- tain valleys for a distance of 12 miles to the Warden Camp at Lynx Creek. The hike is not a race. It will be a pleasant spring walk through seme of Alberta's most beautiful foothills country. Persons planning on taking the hike should attempt to get as many sponsors as possible. Sponsor forms may be obtain- ed from the local club leaders. Wednoiday, May 23, 1973 LETHBRIDGE HERALD 15 SELF SERVE TORONTO (CP) The Li- quor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) has opened its 103th self-serve store in the prov- ince. LCBO general manager James S. Abra said all 480 li- quor stores in Ontario may be self-serve eventually, but not for some years. PINCHER CREEK (Special) The Chinook Health Unit will conduct the following well- baby clinics during June: FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, June 5, health unit office, to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, June 6, health unit office, to a.m. and to p.m. LUNDBRECK: T h u r s day, June 7, Anglican Parish Hall, to p.m. CLARESHOLM: Thursday, June 7, elementary school, to p.m. Hl'.LCREST: Friday, June 8, credit union office, to a.m. BELLEVUE: Friday, June 8, town hall, to p.m. STAVELY: Monday. June 11, elementary school, to p.m. Tuesday, June 12, United Church hall, to a.m. to to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day, June 13, health unit office, to and to p.m. BLAIRMORE: T h u r s day, June 14, health unit office, to a.m. and to p.m. FORT MACLEOD: Tuesday, June 19, health unit office, to p.m. PINCHER CREEK: Wednes- day. June 20, health unit office, to a.m. and to p.m. CLARESHOLM: Thursday, June 21, elementary school, 1.30 to p.m. GRANUM: Friday, June 22. elementary school, to p.m. New principal Morgan Johnson, native son of Barnwell, has been named principal of the Taber Central School. WEST COAST SEAFOODS FRESH FiSH AND SEAFOODS WILL BE HELD FORT WHOOP-UP SERVICE Tbrs., 24 and Friday, May 25 from 1 a.m. to 8 p.m. Norman Doram wins post at Coaldale COALDALE (HNS) man Doram has been hired as administrative assistant for the Town of Coaldale. About 20 applications were received for the position. He is a business manage- ment graduate of the Leth- bridge Community College. He took three years of business ad- ministration. Mr. Doram has been a resi- dent of the Coaldale district all Ms life. He took his schooling at Readymade. Following graduation from high school he farmed for about 16 years. He is married with two chil- dren. Scouting CA. Weekes STILL SELLING FOR LESS! STERN'S CUT-RATE FURNITURE 314 3rd Street S. Phone 327-3024 Now is the time for FUR E P A C I L STORAGE A N REMODELING N G LETHBRIDGE FURRIERS Encouraged by the success of the 1970, 1971, ard 1972 barbecues, the Porcupine Hills District Council of the Boy Scouts of Canada is planning a bigger and better event for June 9. This will be held at the Wil- low CrfeeU Provincial Park west of Stavely. The commit- tee, composed of representa- tives from the Cub and Scout Groups Of Stavely, Clares- holm, Granum and Fort Mac- leocl, which makes up the Porcupine Hills District, is under the co-chairmanship of Lola Albert and Garnet Stev- ens, both of Fort Macleorl. Ray Ohler and Axel Sund- quist, who barbecued the beef to perfection at the previous barbecues and at numerous events in the Stavely area, have again offered to carry out this important function this year. This will ensure that the same delicious beef will be served on buns with beans. It is planned to have sufficient beef and beans to cope with the appetites of both the adults and the three plate hungry boys. Due to higher costs this year, the committe is serving the barbecue on an "all you can eat" basis at per person, and preschoolers can eat free. Tickets may be ob- tained from any Cub, Scout, Venturer, or Leader, and, of course, will be sold at the barbecue. It is firmly planned to hold the barbecue at Willow Creek Park, which is a lovely spot for an outdoor event, as many people discovered the three previous years. However, if the prayers of the rural peo- ple are answered and we have inclement weather, ar- rangements have been made to stage the barbecue in the Stavely arena. Entertainment during the barbecue will include the Clft-esholm Band under the direction cf Art Dee of Cal- gary. Sky Divers from the district are planning a "Dive In" for the barbecue. Watch for further data on this and mark your calendar now June 9. for the Fourth Annual Porcupine Hills Boy Scout Barbecue and plan to attend. It's the biggest food bargin in the West and your attendance will provide your family with an enjoyable evening and at the same time assist the District Council in providing more and better Cubbing ard Scouting for the boys. A warm wel- come is extended to everyone %vho enjoys a barbecue in a very pleasant surroundings. SUMMER CLEARANCE ALL STOCK MUST BE CLEARED n x i2's Shag Sculpture Level loop LEVEL LOOP NYLON Rubber back. Installed REMNANT LIST AT LOW PRICES Water baDet swimmers needed PINCHER CREEK (Special) Local swimmers interested in taking part in water ballet sessions may contact Deirdre Schoening at the local recre- ation office. It is preferred that appli- cants be competent swimmers or have their Bed Cross inter- mediate swimming certificates. There will be a series of 10 archery lessons starting Mon- I 514-3rd Avenue South Phone 327-2209 J day. May 28. at 7 p.m. in the Memorial Community Centre Arena. The lessons will run Monday and Wednesday. A double elimination horse- shoe tournament for men and women will be held at the New i Dayton recreation park Satur- day, May 26, at 10 a.m. Con- tact the recreation office, town hall. I COOLING SYSTEMS For Any Size Home or Building FREE ESTIMATES Coolerator Window Coolers Manufactured by McGraw-Edison 5000 B.T.U. 1 65.60 8000 B.T.U. 223.20 6000 B.T.U. 178.80 B.T.U. 289.20 LARGER SIZES AT THE SAME LOW PRICES CHARLTON HILL LTD- YOUR AIR CONDITIONING CENTRE 1262 2 AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 9x 12's Shag Sculpture Level loop NYLON SHAG In 22 shade'. 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