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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednesday, May 1972 THE LCTHBPIDGE HERAIO 3 Magrath bands 147 MILK HIVE Behrens, Erie School teacher, 01 igmal three ER Don E. Rivers IliRh her, Fred Uchrrns. Rick Drew, .lodi Bchrcns, Burke Russell. Gordon Ellert, 1 MAGKATH (HNS) The Magrath Junior and Senior Con- cert Hand look lop honors at Moose .law's Annujl Kins- men Hand Festival with a mark The adjudicator had a.n praise lor the marchin; pcrformanot! clapping and shoutin; the hand. It serenade R h d. will see his Bure usse. or, on er, act comedy Pum Kalau, Jane ICIlcrt, l.rcg I' sajjsa. Cody and Joe Chambers in the lead roles of Boomer and Pep- per, will present The Year Leth- bridgc Won the Grey Cup. Business managers are Laurclic Nattress, M i chael llierath and Larry Wilde. Larry Ainscough and Dean studies ft roil a tors Stringham, llobcn llaraga, Jay Eagleson and Terry Baczuk. CHFRING UP THE BOYS Members of the First Nighter Drama Company, from lefl Renee Wright, Allan Cody, Jo3 Chambtrs and Janice Cody rehearse a scone from The Year Lelhbridge Won Ihe Grey Cup. Ccoch Boomer Bronson and assistant coach Pepper Polanski are ready lo go out and win. It's set for the stage this weekend. THE YEAR LETHBRIDGE WON THE GREY CUP Thathaway Fountainbloom, (Rick Drew) is checked over by his proleclive mother, Pamela Founlainbloom, (Diane String- am) while his father, Cornelius Fountainbloom the Third, (Fred tries to for- get 'his problems. It lakes place in the Don E. Behrens' comedy Saturday, Sunday and Monday in the Erie Rivers High School, Milk River. The following people arc working as extras or are on the stage crew: JoAnne Saga, Gladys Balog. Grant Shearer, Norman Ellert, Antony Robin- son, Neil Smith, Neil Thcilen, Laurie Furlong, Darlene Jaf- frey, Nadine Sexton, Dennis Ell'erl, Kathy Horgus, Jean Snow, Kathy Ainscough, Dcnise Bunn, Gayna Coleman, Keith Straight, Scott Russell, Rick Sabey, and Karen Quinn. Tickets are on sale at Quinn's Drug Store and Ellerfs Food- master, Milk River, and from Marlin Wilde, Coutts, at fl for adults and SO cents for students under 12. Preschoolers arc admitted free. All cast members are asso- ciated either as students or teachers with Erie Rivers High School, Milk River. Can a football team which has lost 57 straight games re- cover enough to save the coach's job and produce a Grey Cup for Lcthbriclge'.' South Albcrtans will gel the answer lo this perplexing ques- tion Saturday, Sunday and Mon- day nights in the Eric Rivers High School auditorium. Curtain time all Ihree nights is R p.m. Taking supporting roles arc Henee Wright, Janice Cody Wayne McCoy, Michelle Scham- Honor mothers j WARNER (HNS) A tea j honoring mothers and grand- mothers of the communily was I held in the basement of the Memorial Evangelical Church j recently. Mrs. Hazel Woitlc, dressed a? Ian elderly mother in an old- j time rocker, read verses and stories of old hymns. Mrs. W'ilrna Sipc sane a verse, accompanied by Mrs. Lois Currie at the piano. Mrs. Leigh Hutchinson also song a solo and Mrs. Jean Can- j gave a reading, "That Wonder- ful Mother of Mine." Mrs. Geraldenc Gumllock was chosen mother of the af- ternoon and won a yellow potted mum I A tolal of 7.1 bands from Sas- i PJNCIIKR CREEK (Special i l.alchcv.-an, Montana, Montreal I _. ncjnz agriculture and Alberta competed. j ficldman, Pincher Creek Ninety-nine band members has been authorized to attend and in adult supervi: ors Icit a predator control school con- Magrath with an instrument They en- 's at the Solo participants also ducted by the Alberta depart ment of agriculture at Edmon- ton during the last week in May. He will also explore the pos- sibility of arranging a two-day predator school to lie held here in order that more local people can become familiar with the 1 achieved high marks as fol- lows: Debbie Hunter. Cardston, first 97 B flat clarinet, i habits of predators and new 'scholarship. methods of control. Darci 'Fletcher, The MD council stressed the i first, 91, bassoon. I Mary Ellen Thompson, i Spring Coulee, second, 91, alto Kenneth Dahl, Magrath. third, Magrath, seriousness of violating t h e stubble burning byiav.'. Any burning of stubble without the I proper permit will result in an immediate prosecution. A committee of councillors. Robert Toney, B. Crook and K. E. Phillips, was appointed to subdivision of Ihc property .vj- ajoining Lees Lake. j Schultz appointed to represent the .MD on the ur- face reclamation council. I main of this board is to oversee the clean up of nb- landoncd mining and drilling op- erations. Mr. Schull-'s duties v. oukl be limited to operations within tho Permission v..'is granted tn the Pinchcr school divi- sion to install a underground lank and j pump on (he MD's shop prop- i erty at Lundbrcck. trombone. Curtis Fletcher, fourfh. f55, saxophone. Michele Hunter, Cardston, j meet with Charles Yagos and sixlh. 87 flute. i the staff of the Oldman River There were 700 entries for i Regional Planning Commission solos. regard lo the proposed More dislricl (HI MEANEST MAN Killer Kolonski, (les the meanest man on the tethbridge Rockets, talks over some new ways to break Ihe losing streak with his girl, Rita Turner, (Jane Honor Miss Gail Hedberg CHECKING The Butler, Johlfs, (Lloyd is .urvcyed for lipstick marks by his master, (Wayne Badminton tourney (HNS1 A mis- cellaneous shower honored Jliss Gail Heclbcrg recently in the Warner Memorial Library. Mrs. Dorothy Lien gave a short, humorous history of Miss Herlb'jrp's childhood in the War- ner district. Miss Diane Culler nnrl Miss Paula Baron each played a dif- ferent piano rendition of the theme sons from Romeo and Juliel, "A Time For Us." Miss Falti Lien gave a hum- orous reading entitled "What is a Miss Linda Thomas sang "Close To Me" with Mrs. Lois Currie at the piano. Miss Gail Tyrrel. maid of honor and Miss Linda Malcom- aon, bridesmaid, assisted Miss HcdbcrK with her gifts. Carol Boucy presided at Ihc puest book and also re- corded the gifts. PUBLIC HEARINGS On the Conservation of Historical and Archaeological Resources in Alberta tNVIRONMENT CONSERVATION AUTHORITY rin< will ho lia'd al: iidGT commencing at ,i.m. in the LncUJie Thn.itre, K.itn Andrews Blrlg. of 1li.; Lethbnttge Community Coilngn. C.ilgniy Monday, M.iy 1372 commencing at