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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 24, 1972 THE ICTHBPIDGE HCPALD 3 Marath bandsmen, win CHEERING UP THE BOYS Members of the Firsl Nighter Drama Company, from lefl, Rcneo Allan Cody, Joe Cliambsrs and Janice Cody rehearse a scene from The Year Lellibridge Won Ihe Grey Cup. Coich Boomer Bronson ond assislanf coach Pepper Polanski are ready lo go out and It's set for (he stage this weekend. THE YEAR LETHSRIDGE THE GREY" CUP Thafhaway Founlainbloom, (Rick is. checked aver by his proleclive mother, Pamela Founlainbloom, (Diane String- his falhor, Cornelius Foumainbloom ihe Third, (Fred Irios to for- get his It lakes place in lha Don E. Behrens' comedy Saturday, Sunday and Monday in the Erie Rivers High School, Mifk River. MILK IMVEH Don E. P.ehrens, Krlc Rivers Ilicli School lemiht'r, win sec li's original three act comedy slaved hero I his A cast of 2.i, headed hy Allan Cody and ,Ioc Ginmhcrs in Ihc lead roles of Boomer and Pep- per, ivill present The Year Leth- bridgc Won the Grey Cup. Business manapcrs am Laurclic Naltrcss, M i chad llierath and Larry Wilde. Larry Ainscough and Dean Berringcr arc sharing duUos as stage managers. The following people are working as extras or arc on the stage rrfiw: Jo Anne Saga, Gladys Balng. Grant. Shearer, Norman Ellert, Antony Robin- son, Neil Smith, Neil Thcilon, Laurie Furlong, Darlcne Jaf- frey, A'adine Sexton, Dennis ElJprt, Kathy Horpus, Jean Snow, Kathy Dcnise Bnnn, Gayna Colcinan, Keith SLrcight, Scott Russell, Kick Sabey, and Karen Quinn. Tickets are on sale at Quinn'.s DriiR Store and Ellcrt's Food- master, Milk River, and from MarJin Wilde, Conlls, al for adults and 50 cents for students under 12. Preschoolers arc admit (eft free. All cast members arc asso- ciated either as sluncnts teachers with Erie Rivers High School, Milk River. Can a football loam which has lost 57 straight games re- cover enough lo save the coach's job and produce a Grey Cup for LcthbridgcV South Alhcrtans will get the answer lo this perplexing ques- tion Saturday, Sunday and Mon- day nights in the Eric Rivers High School auditorium. Curtain lime all three nighls Is fi p.m. Taking supporting role.s arc Henee Wright, Janice Cody, Wayne McCoy, Michelle Scliam- Krcd Uchrrns, Hick Bchrcns, Jx-s Ilurkc Husf-.ull, (lordon Ellerl, I'am Kalau, Jane ICIlcrt, (M-CK ;Smilh, Hilt Slioriflan, Lloyd Jim (iraham, Diane Striiigham, Holieri llarapa, Jay Eagleson and Terry 1 MACKATJI (IINS) The Macrath Junior and Senior Con- cert Hand took top honors fit Mdo.'.c .la'-v's Annual Kins- niHi Hand Festival a marl; rilizuns are proud of; of Ihe band. H .sprc-nadr; Minn lla-ir I The- M a n r fi I h Cardf.lon M.'ircliing I'-aml its class v.'illi poinls hut yas dis- (jiialificd because bnmlmastci' lioyd I Junior too. i A total of 7.1 bands from Sas- Tlu; adjudicator liar! highest i JM .vlirr-s In for the marching band's this superb jjcrfoTinaiNT; and .stood I A clappinR and shouting "bravo." i h Sell u Hz studios Montana Montreal I _. PINCIILK (JKKEK 'mbdiiNon nf HIP Honor mothers WARNKJl IM.NSJ A lea honoring mothers and grand- mothers of the rommunily vas held in (he basement of Uie Memorial Evangelical Church recently. Mrs. Hazel V.'oillc, flrcoscrl an elderly mother in an old- lime1 read verse.; and stories of old Mrs. Sipc sane a, accompanied by Lois Currie al Die Lcigb llutchinson also a solo and Mrs. Jean Can' gave a reading, "Thai ful Mother of Mine.'1 j Mrs. Gcraldcnc flumllock was chosen mother of Ihc af- ternoon and won a polled mum ,ii Heinz aRricii.'lurc lets [pl-c and Alberta competed. rioldman, Pincher Creek !i band members; has been authorized to Sdlllllz and I') arlult stifiervi: ors Icll Magralh an instrument I bus and three cars. They en- joyed accommodations at DIP 1 Armories al Moose Jaw. j Solo participants also achieved high marks as fol- lows: Debbie Hunter. Cardston first, 97, B scholarship llarci Klddici, Hrsl, SI, bassoon. I Mary Ellen Thompson, i Snring Coulee, second, 91, alto ciarinct. Kcnnelb Mafiralh. third, trombone. Curtis Fletcher. fDurlh, "'i, saxophone. K. Phillips, was appointed lo Micbele Hunter, Cardslon, i meet with Charles Yagos and sixth, iff flute. staff nf Ihe Oldman River There wo-c 700 entries for' P.eRional Planning Commission solos. with regard lo the proposed a prcdalor control school dueled by Ihe Alberta depart- menl of agriculture at Kdmon- lon during the lasl Heek in Mav andoncd mining and drilling i He will also explore Ihc pov sibility of arranging a I'.vo-day prcdalor school to IK held here in order that more local people ............can become familiar v.iili the flat clarinet, S50 jhabils of predators and new methods of comrol Mngralh, The MD council .slreiscd Ihc ECriousness of violating the! 1Ir- hult s duller v.uuW I Ln "I5 ns v'.'itnm liiy rranird in .'-hoil chvi- stubble 'burning bMa-.v. Anv I lhf; lurning of smbiilo v.ilhout thl. I erly al burning proper pcrmil rc-sull in an immcdialc A commillee ol councillors. Robert Toney, D. Crook ami on MEANEST MAN Killer Kolanski, (les ibo meanest man on the LelhbridgQ Rockets, talks over some new to break Ihe losing slreak with his girl, Rlla Turner, (Jane CHECKING The Butler, Johlfs, (Lloyd is surveyed for lipstick marks by his master, (Wayne Badminton, tourney held Honor Miss Gail Hedberg WARNER (IINS1 A mis- cellanrou? shower honored Miss Gail llcdlicrg iccenlly in Ihc Warner Mcnidiial Library. Mrs. Dorolliy Lien gave a short, humorous Iii.slorv of Miss Hcdlrjrp's i-hildliood in (he War- ner rlislnct. Miss Diane Culler nnrl Miss Paula Baron each played n dif- ferent piano rendilion of the tliemn sonu fioin Romeo and .luliel, "A Time For Us." Miss Falti Lien gave a hum- orons reading enlitled "What is a Miss Linda TJlomas 5anfi "Close To Me" wilb Mrs. Lois Currie. at the piano. Miss Gail Tyrrel. maid of honor and Miss Linrla Malcran- aon. bridesmaid, assisled Miss her gifts. Carol Honey presided nt Ihc puesf book and also re- corded the pifls. PUBLIC HEARINGS On the Conservation of Historical and Archaeological Resources in Alberta tNVlnONMCNT CONSERVATION AUTHORITY bO llfjM ?l: rommsncinq at 10.00 -i.m. in i lie Lncluifi Then I re, ft 7 Kalo Andicvvs B'tlq. of 1hi> C.mrimiinily ColJogiJ. 'V riimulny, Mnv 1972 comincncinn a.m. ihr HnniTT of SouDieffi Alberta Jiihili-r- Aiitlilotium. oni'ja 1 Junn I, 1972 cnniiiT-ncinr] ni IHiOn n m. in tdi! llfl.icrifl Rnnni of Center AulHonlv, 9fl 12 107 Stmnl. iliifils nncl nrnaniz.ilioniprc nwitfid lo ,ntirnr) nnrl lo sulmi't, may hn V'.'iilim nr In nirlT in ,mki in in'im. Wnin'n noMCQ of fl'i to prcsrul ,1 Mi (nr mlditional tnfnrniaiinn or oihcr ossisianco slioiflcl l.-.l In: ifiCi-v nnvsn Conservation Aulhorily I BELLEVUE fCXP Thc Isabclle Scllon School from BLiirmore topjwd a hadrninton (oumamcnt ivilli a total of 21 j poinls. Taking part worn students from Ihe Colcman Horace Al- len, the Blainnorc Isabella Scl- Ion and Bcllovuc AIcEach c r n Tlir. junior tournament saw i Isabellc Sellon School chalk up FGVCII points vilh Ihe JTcEach- crn School tallying six and (he Horace Allen School hvo. The senior I ournamcnl was won by Isabcllc Sllon with 14 poinls. lUmncrs up were Me- Kachcrn wilb 12 poinls and Hor- ace Allen, four points. f Principal Joe Quiiiiilio pro- scnlcd Bluirmore players witb Ibc rliallrnpc trophy hy (lie niuohird Service Slalion and Mntpl. 1U1 (hanked referees 1-arry Kulchcr, Pally HenncH, Sandra DcPicro, Dave Kimolo. Robert Aiollo mid Terry Kryczkn. An inierpoholnplic Irack meet is being orpnnized as part of Church parley TAliKR ilIN'Sl The Tahpr Slake, Church, quarterly coufeiTnre v.ill bo held at tho slake rc'iilrc l-'ro Ssiluvday and May 27 arr) 2fi. Tlic ronfcrcnrr; vill be under Ihc dim'i.inn Ken- nelli P. Anderson. The general .session will be held Sunday at 10 a.m. while a special leadership meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. Salurday. the junior high sporls program and tentative date set for the event is Juno 16 at the Horace Allen School, Colcman. Fraternity evqnt WAUXKR The Al- pbn Epsilnii chnplor nf Hrm Sipnia Phi cnlerlnined Lhoir i molhors at. n rerenL tea. j Mrs. Mucllpr and Mrs. 1 Kthel Ilerbst, senior members, poured (he and coffco. Mrs. Elra Schocn, nn behalf of Ihe mothers, thanked ibr fraloi'nity Iv'K'h molbcr was presented will) ;i yellow carnation. i Iniorlcd by tho HIRE A STUDENT CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE BEG SAVINGS ON BREEZE EXTERfOR LATEX MONAIHEL SEMI-GLOSS MONAMEL HOUSE TRIM G.P, PORCH FLOOR ENAMEL SALE PRICE QUART Choose from 1100 Custom Colors 32-010 HOUSE TRIM PAINT WHITE Jiffy, Trend and Flocks. Wallcoverings at 50% off manufacfurpr's suggested refnil price. See our un- limited selection of oil typcj of wallcoverings a) compelitive prices Many patterns available from stock. Latex _79 5 99 Exterior Alkyd f.99 g.'gg Cuproid Wood Preservative Green and Clear 2.Q8 5IMIIAR SAVINGS ON GOOD QUALITY DECORA INTERIOR PAINTS LOOK FOR 1M-STORE NOT-ADVERTISED SPECIALS! BRUSHES, ROLLER SETS, TAPES, SPACKLE, ETC. 300 WALLCOVIRiNG PATTERNS NOW IS THE TIME TO BRIGHTEN UP YOUR HOME INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE BIG SAVINGS ON GENERAL PAINT'S FIRST QUALITY, INTERIOR AND EXTERIOR YOU SEE THE GENERAL PAINT SIGN. BUY NOW SALE ENDS JUNE 3rd! OPEN B A.M. TO S P.M. MONDAY-SATURDAY 1005 3rd Avenue Soufli Phone 328-9221 or 328-9222 ;