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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 1, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Ardell Leavitt Family Wins Coveted Fair Trophy Ily CATHERINE HULL Herald News Service CARDSTON A great da of interest was slioivn in Lli livestock section especial the horse show of the 197 edition of the Cardslon Fair. The trophy for the family win ning most points was awards to the Ardell Leavitt family. Birdseye Ranch, operated b Maxine and Don Hanson, show ed the Supreme Grand Cham pion Female and Best Pair. The Supreme Grand Cham pion Bull was shown by the Jen kins Ranch. POPULAR SECTIONS The handicraft exhibits which included paintings an hobbies of all kinds as well a needlework and sewing, popular again this year. A large display of schoo work, which had been collectec by the tcacherSj made a strik ing exhibit. The hot weather, which brought the .flowers on soone this year, was probably the rea son for the poor showing in tha section. The total number of exhibits this year was The fair was sponsored b; the Cardston Agricultural So- ciety of which Oscar Bevans is president, Ted Wilson and Bil Reeder, vice presidents Ken Schultz, secretary. Fred Rice was chairman o the fair with Del Steed as vice- chairman and Mrs. Alice Crab' tree, the fair recorder. Results fallow: HORSE SECTION Georga Brown, Fort Macleod, judge Registered slallion: 1. and 2. Dor Remlnglon; 3, Mrs. Asuchafc. Registered Colls: 1. Shirley Cald well. Foals of 1970: 1. Shirley Bevansj 1. Dale Pilling; 2 Kellh Bevans. Foals of 1969: "l Wallace Jensen; 2. Pah Neilsen; 3. Janet Medley. Fillies of 1969: l. and 2. Don Rem- lnglon; 2. Bill Reeder. Mares of 1967: 1. Shirley Caldwell; 2. Muxine Hanson; 3. Jensen. Mares, 1964 and older: T. Duane Wynder; 2. Karen Wynder 3. Bulah Frazer_ Broodmares: I. Emerson Bfack- more; 2. Rod Blackmore. Geldings, 19AB and older: 1. Dan French; 2. Dale Bevnns; 3. Jackla Rolhe. Mares, 1948 and older Apalossa: 1. Rod Blackmore; 2. Vickie French 3. Rod Blackmore. Shetland class: 1. Scott Hanson l 3. Vlckl French. Junior Western Pleasure: 1. Brian Ball; 2. Marlln Draper; 3 Jsyna Sch- midt. Senior Wesltrn 1. Bonnie Ball) 2. Karen Wynder; 3. Msxlna Hanson. Senior Weslern Pleasure Men: 1. Gordon Boll; 2. Dan French; Dale Pilling. Jack Benny class: l. Leonard PI'l- Ing; 2. Max Bradshaw; 3. Marlii Wacher. Juniior Showmanship: 1. Jayne Sch- midl; 2. Brian Ball; a TanI Hanson. Senior Reining: 1. Duane Wynder; 1. Bonnie Ball; 3. Don French. Junior Reining: 1. Brian Ball; 3. Mark Jensen; 0. Jayne Schmidt. Musical Two-bit ride: 1- Jayne Sch- midt; 2. Todd Bevans; 3. Dorolhy Nell- ion- Trail Ride: 1. Barton Lybbsrl; 3. Jayni Schmidt; X Gordon Ball Reining class 2 and 3-year old horses: 1. BIN Reeder; 2. Dale Pilling; J. Norman Sheen. Senior Polo Bending: 1. Bonnie Ballj I. Bill Reeder; 3. Lloyd Rasmussen. Junior Pole Bending: 1. Brian Balli 3. Jayna Schmidt; 3. Vlckl French. Junior Barrel Race: 1. Dorothy Nell- mon; 2. Jayna Schmldtj 3. Vickl French. Senior Barrel Race: T. Dave Ras- mussen; 1. Trlna Bevans; 3. Dawn Jensen. Combination Course: 1. Dave Bas- in ussen; 3. Jayne Schmldh 3. Lloyd Rasmussen. Costume Class: 1, Karen Wynder; 3. Shron 'Copeland. CATTLE SECTION Ed Newton, Judge. HEREFORDS Female, j. Birdseye Ranch; 3. Blrdseya Ranch, Female, 1969: l. Jenklni Ranch; 3. ind 3. Birdseye Ranch. Champion Female Blrdseys Ranch; Reserve Champion Female- Jenkins Ranche. Bull, 1949: 1. Jenkins Ranche. Junior Calf: 1. and 3. Birdseye Ranch; 2. Jenkins Ranche. SHORTHORN; Female, 1, Rod Mackenzie; 3, John Murrey; 3. Fred Rice. Bull: l. Fred Rice; 2. Rod Mac- kenzie RED ANGUS Female, 196P: 1. and I. Rod Mac- kenzie. Female, 1968 or older: 1, Rod Mnc- kenzre. Chomplon yearling female: Rod Mackenzie. Reserve Champion female, iwa-year- old: Rod Macffenzlc. Bull: 1. Rod Mackenzie 3. Rod Mackenzie EUROPEAN Female: 1. Kellh Bevnns; 2. Sclm- menial Breeders; 3. Brandon Smilh. Junior Calf: 1. Bill Blackmore; 2. Lloyd Rasmussen; 3 Alberl Nelson. Supreme Grand Champion Fe- male: Birdseye Ranch. Supreme Grand Chamolon Bull: Jenkins Ranche. Besl Pair: Birdseye Ranch. Junior Calf, any breed, 1970: Bill Blackmore. SHEEP SECTION Dick Mouslr, Clarcsholm, [udge. Registered Ram over one year: 1. Mrs, Rodney Cyr; 2. John Murray; K.ellh Quinton- Rcjjlslercd Ewo, one year old: Mrs. Hodncy Cyr; 2. Woync flcvai 3. Jol-n Murray. Registered Ram Lamb: 1. Dale Be 1 Wayne Bevans; 3. Mrs. Re ncy Cyr. Registered Ewe Lamb: 1. Dalo Bi ans; 2. Mrs. Rodney 3. Wayn Devans. Non-rcg isle ret! Ewe: 1. John ray; 2. Dale Ucvans; 3. Keith Qul ion. Non-registered Lamb: 1. Woyi Bcvans; 2. John Murray. Suffolk ram; 1. Keilh Qulnlon; Kellh Quintcn. Reserve Champion Ram: Mrs. Roc ney Cyr, Reserve Champion Ewe: Kellh Qul Ion. JUNIOR PETS Dr. Glen Jones ludge. Best Trick Dog: 1- Jerry Cahoon. Besl Groomed Dog: 1. Sleven A fano; 2. Deborah Knapp; 3. Walti Armsworlhy. Best kept cat: 1. Paula Gallup, Joanna Payne; 3. Sandra Payne. Besl kcpl killen: 1. Brenda Kawa: 2. Cherlse Pilling Best dog cr pup: 1. Derrolin Shaw Bcsf pair pigeons: J. TrevJn Tro Best Wniio Rabbll: 1, Bernie Boel mer; 2. John Alfano; 3. Karen PIMlni Goldfish: 1. Darrel Knapp. Besl Siamese Cal: 1. Linda Lcavltl Perry Winner; 3. Donna Cooper. Oldest Pet: 1. Karen Payne Guinea Pig: 1. Mary Alfano. Oddest Pel: 1. Cheryl Wenner; Morgan Kearl. OME BEAUT1FICATION Bill BUG liner and Mrs. Selma Had field, judges. Uroan: 1. (Tic) Mr. and Mrs. Frai Aldrldtje, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Card well; 2 Mr. end Mrs. Ted Williams Rural: Mr. and Mrs. Don Merrill -llllspring. SEED SECTION, John Calpas, judge. Hard Red Wlnler Wheat: 1. Olken Farms (Ken Shullz and Olio Tjornr lundl. Barley: 1. and 2. Olkeno Farmi. Rapeseed: 1. Olkeno Farms. Olher Crops: 1. Ken Long (six vai elles of Grand Aggregafe Trophy: Ke _ong SHEAVES Hard Red Wlnler Wheat and Dui um: 1. Olkeno Farms; 2. Ken Lony Barley: 1. Olkeno Farms; 2. Da' d Kearl; 3. Jack Long. Flax: 1. Jack Long. Olher Crops: 1. Jack Long. Grand Aggregate Trophy: Jack .ong. FLOWERS Jim Archibald, judge. Snapdragon: 1. spike 1. Merge Card veil 2. Doris Komm 3 solkEs: 1. Dorl: Komm 2. Bessie Shields. Asters: 1. Doris Komm; 3. Mnroi Cardwell; 3. Alice Crablree. Dahlia decorative: Elaine Nelson Dahlia pompom: 1. Ha Davis; 2 Elaine Nelscn. Dahlia, best basket: 1- Doris Ko Gladiolus, While, cream, yellow hades: 1. Bessie Shields. Marigolds, French: 1. Marge Cald Marigolds, African: 1. Apryl Wish, Margo Cardwell. Pelunias, Single: 1. Bcssla Shields Margurilte Leavitl. Petunias, double: 1. Doris Komm Marge Cardwell. Phlox: 1. Doris Komm. 1. Elaine Nelson J J Alice Crablree. Tea: 1. Elaine on; 2. Alice Crantrer Sweet Peas: 1. Bobby Malkln; 3 Lcavllt. Zinnias, Lllllnul: 1. Bessie Shields. Zinnias, large: 1. Marge Cardwell- Bessie Shields. Zinnias, basket or vase: 1. Marae ardwell. Best bouquet of flowering annuals: Atlon Remington; 2. Marge Card- rell 3. Regula Wilschl. IOME GROWN FRUITS Jim Archibald, judge. Raspberries: 1. Martha Wright; 2 lurt Olacn; J Kurl Olsen. 1. Amy Williams; 3. lice Leavitt; 3. Marina Wright. Gooseberries: 1. Kurt Olsen. Apples' 1 Darlene Rasmussunj 2. reg Sleed; 3. Lily Gay Steed. Crabapples: 1- Greg Sleed; 2. Lily ay Sleed; 3. Karen Olsen. OME COOKING Miss Ellzabelh Bartman and lakey, judges. UN10R SECTION Bran Muffins: no flrsl; J. Mary ynn Leavilt. Oatmeal Cookies: 1. Brenda Quln- n; 2 Lily Gay Steed; 3. Sandra Hoi- One while bread: 1. Peggy Lea- II 2. Lanl Duce 3. Kalhy Low. Brown Bread: 1. Peggy Lesvljt Dale Loal: 1. JoAnn Hendry.- ChocolatQ Layer Cake: Peggy Leo- ENIOR SECTION While Bread: 1. Alice Lcavllt; 3 Hendry; 3 Peggy Leavlll. Brown Bread: 1. Bessie Shields; 3 cggy Leavlll; 3. Elaine Nelson. Crusty Bread- 1. Phyllis Janlsko. Raisin Bread: 1. Bessie Shields; 2. Ice Leavilt. Plain Buns: 1. Bessie 3. rva Armsworlhy. Fancy Sweet Rolls: 1. Margaret rank; 2. Alice Leavilt; 3. Alice Lea- Baking Powder Blsculls: 1 Elaine elson; 2. Margaret Frank; 3. Delolse earl. Chiffon Cake: 1. Delolse Kearl; 2. ollecn Hendry. jelly Roll: 1. Alice Leavitl. Shortbread: 1. May Lee. Brownfcs, frosted: I. JoAnn Hendry. iaised 1. Alice Leavill; Alice Leavill; 3. Erva Armsworlhy. Apple Pie: Margartc Frank; 2. Cahoan. _emon Pie: Margarel Frank. Raisin Pie: 1. Margarel Frank. Fudge: 1. JoAnn Hendry; 2. Elaine elson; 3. Bessie Shields. Banana Loaf: 1. Alice Leavilt; 2. alne Nelson. Lemon Loaf: 1. JoAnn Hendry, Orange Loaf: 1. May Lee. OME CANNING Three Jars of Fruit: 1. Alice Lea- I; 2 Elaine Nelson; 3. Reaula Wit- hl. Jar Deet Pickles: 1. Hazel Cahoon; Colleen Hendry; 3. Alice Leavlll. DIM Pickles: 1. Alice Leavitl; 3. Wright. Dill Carrots: 3. Marlha Wright. Cucumber Relish: 1. Colleen Hen- y; 3. Barbar Schultz. Sweet Pickles: 1. WInnlfred Smilh. Currant Jelly: 1. Bessie Shields; 2 arlha Wright; 3. Martha Wright. COUNTRY NEWS These Are Theletltkidge Herald Correspondents In Your Area BLACKIE MRS. MARGARET MONTGOMERY......P.O. Bos ENCHANT MRS. MARGARET DORCHAK P.O. Dox IB52 BARONS MRS. JUNE COWIE..................P.O. OQX 231 CROWSNEST PASS VERN DECOUX.................. General Delivery ConlncF ihcse people for your Dislricl News or Classified Advertising Slrawberry and Rhubarb Jam: Martha Wrlghl; 2. Alice Levalll. Elderberry Jelly: 1. Morlha Wright. Crobapplc Jelly: 1. Marlha Wrlgh Aprlcol-lernon jam: 1. Regula wl schl. Kasplicrry I. Reguia Wliscnl 2. Barbara Remington. Conned Chicken: 1. Colleen Hendn Honey: 1. Marlha Wright. Goans: 1. Elaine Nelson. FRUITS SECTION Jim Archibald, judge. Raspberries: i. Marlha Kurl Olssn; 3, Karen Olsen. SlrawterrlDs: 1. Amy Williams; Alice Leavill; 3. Marlha Wright. Gooseberries: 1. Kurt Olsen, Apples: l Darlcne Rasmusitn; Greg LJJy Gay Steed, Crabapples: 1. Greg Sleed; 2. Lll Gay Sleed; 3. Karen Olsen. VEGETABLES John calpas judge. Carrots: 1. Kenny Malkln; 2. Bessl Shields; 3. Rila Hill. Bcels, pickling: 1. Bessie Shields; Alice Leavill. Beds, other: 1. Kenny Malkln; Bessie Shields; 3 Mdrgurllle Leavll Peas: I. Bessie Shields; 2. Alice Lea vilt; 3. Martjurille Leavilt. Green Cabbags: 1. Heather Olsen 2. Margurille Loavill; 3. Kenny Mat kin. Red Polaloes: 1. West Raley Colony 2. Karen Olsen. While Pataloes: 1. Rita HIM. Long White Potatoes: .1. Alton Rem Inglon; 2. Remlnglon; 3, Kur Olsen Cauliflower: no Rila r Corn-on-lhc-cob: 1. Rila Hill; 2. Lee; 3. Bessie Shields. Onions: 1. Alien Remlnglon; 2. Gre 3. Bessie Shields. Green Beans: I. Margurltte Leavllt 3. May Lee; 3. Bessie Shields. Wax Deans: 1. May Lee; 2. Allc Leavilt. Cucumbers, gerklns: 1. Alice Lea vlti. Cucumbers, slicing: no flrstj 2. Ken ny Malkin; 3. Mary Rice. Green Tomaloes: 1. Greg Sleed; 2 Alice Leavill; 3. Kenny Matkin. Ripe Tomaloes: 1.' Bessie Shields 2. Rila Hill; 3. Regula Witschl. Squash: 1. Elaine Nelson. Best Quality Vegetable Display: I Regula Witschl; 2 Bessie Shields. CHILDREN'S GARDEN Most Peas In Pod: 1. Shelley Hen dry; 2. Mary Lynn Leavllt. Largest pumpkin: 1. Lily Gay Sleed. 1. Lisa Sommerfeldt. Largest Polalo: 1. thelley Hendry, 2. Kelly Sommerfeldt. Largest carrol: 1. Cheryl Som- merleldl; 2. Karen Olsen; 3. Kur Olsen. NEEDLEWORK Miss Judy Fcenslra and Mrs. Norm hcimpsorii fudges Kitchen Apron: 1. Rosiella Llndcr. Ladies Suil: 1. Barbara Schultz; 2. Pam Reeder; 3. Helen Walburger. Ladies Coat: T. Linda Jenseni 2. lah Davis; 3. Lorna VanOrman. Ladies one or two piece dress: 1. Barbara Schullz; 2. Elaine Nelson; 3. Boyson. Ladies or girl's blouse: 1. Barbara ichullz; 2. Linda Jensen Child's; 1. Pam Reeder; Theola Boyson; 3. Helen Walbur- ger. Thrlft Article: 1. Amy Williams. Formal Wear: l. Jennifer Baker; Romona Stewart. Poncho: 1. Margarel Frank. EMBROIDERY Embroidered Tablecloth: 1. Roszel- Linder; 2. Anne Marie Shields; 3. Mrs. George Wolff Embroidered Pillow Cnses: 1, 3lla Llnder. Cushion decorative: 1. Mrs. Bun- nage; 2. none; 3. Barbara Reming- in. Petit Pcinl: 1. Lynda May. Any Olher Embroidered Article: 1. Linda Jensen; 2. Margaret Frank; .haron Copeland. Needlepoint: i. Ruin Devvsberry; 2. one; 3 Barbara Remington. Smocking: l. Wanda Brooks. RUGS AND QUILTS Rugs, other 1han hooked: 3. Mrs. George Wolff (no first or Palchwork quilt or spread: 1. Ros. Glla Llnder; 2. WInnlfred Smllh. Appliqued quilt or snread: T. Marls levans, 2. Rosiella .Llnder; 3. Rulh 3ewsberry- ibroidered quilt or spread: T. Uargaret Frank; 2. Ann Marie nields; 3. Barbara Reminnton. Any olher quilt or bedspread: I. largaret Frank; 2. Dclolse Kearl. ROCHETING Pjllow Cases, crochet Irlm: 7- Col- ien Hendry; 2. None; 3. Rosiella inder. Baby Set or Dress: 1. Barbara Rem- iglon; 2. Rulh Dewswrry; 3. Bar- ara Remington. Afghan; 1. Wendy Jensen; 3. Ma Hatch; 3. Barbara Remington. Vest or Pcncho: 1. Tammy Kearl; Tammy Kearl; 3 Effie Butler. Any olher knitted article: 1. Bar- ara Remington; 2- Joan Strong; 3. fflo Buller. Any other crocheted arllcle: 1. llBh avis. Textile and liquid tmbroidsry: 1. iary Williams; 2. Mary Williams 3. Leavilt. Velvet Picture: 1. Mary Williams; Anna Louise Olsen. RTS, HANDICRAFTS Mable Gareau, Viola Blackmore, idges. Best Indian Exhibit: 1. Mrs Mar- aret Hindbull. Best Drittwood: T. L. D. Websler; Alien Remlnglon; 3. Erva Arms- cirlhy. hand carved: I. May Nish; Rcnald Hendry. Plaslic bottle novelly: 1. Wanda rooks; 2. Erva Armsworlhy. Fealher Flower arrangement: 1. nna Louise Olsen. Plaques: I Joyce Cahoon. Foam Article: 1. Mrs. Bunnage. Bollle: 1. Freeda Dudley. Waler Color Painting: 1. Mary L. illiams. Oil Painling: 1. R. Thur; 2. Jim ohnson; 3. Margaret Johnson. Hobby Collecllon, lamps: 1. Harvey ollf; 2. Viclor Halch. UNIOR SECTION Handicrafl Arllclc: 1 Shelley Jan- ko; 2. Jocelyn Van Orman. Paint by number: 1. Russell Bill- gsley. i 1. Kalhy Low. Crealive Hobby: 1. and 2. Craig sltel. Novelly collecllwi; 3. Audrey Armi- orlhy. Rock collection: 1. Morgan Kearl. Miscellaneous: 1. Jocelyn Van Or- an; 2. Eric Van Orman. Doll Collecllon: 1 Dixie Cahoon. OBBY COLLECTIONS Woodwork: 1. Mrs. Rice. Work: i. Margaret Franlt; Winnilrcd Smilh. Beads: 1. Wanda Brooks. Oil Painling: 1. R. Thur; 1. Pris- Halch. ,ver Pictures: 1. May Nish; 1- my Williams. Sluflcd Animal: 1 Amy Williams. Moulded Frames: 1. Joyce Cahoon. Seasonal: 1. Regula Wllsclil. Welded Metal: 1. Harvey Wolff. Scaled Models: G- W. Wolff. CHOOL WORK lucsdciy, Soploinbrt I, THE LLlHBRIDGC IICRAID 3 Zoning Bylaw Hit By Ranchers FLUORIDATION IS IN In a recent early morning exercise, warer irealmenr plant operator Roy Baroldi operates a switch cancelling injection of fluoride inlo Taber's dom- estic water suppy for the first time. Looking on are town councillor Wayne L, Gough, left, responsible for public services, and town luperinlendent Benr N. Madsen, "right. Fluoridalion was approved in the 1967 fall plebiscite. It has taken nearly three years to get the syslem properfy designed and equipment supplied ana1 installed. Maximum residual fluorine in the treated water is butone part per million, or one pound in 000 gallons of warer. John Clarke Sculptures BROWNING, Mont. The Indian Arts and Crafts Board of ihc U.S. Department of the rior announces Ihe Mu- seum oi Uio Plains Indian and >afls Centre has opened a special one-man exhibition of carvings and paintings by the renewed Blackfeet artist John Clarke. The exhibition, which will continue through October .5, is the first comprehensive showing of Clarke's rep- resenting ever six decades of l i s creative career. Com- of selected examples of lie artist's works in the Mu- seum's permanent collection, he exhibition includes wood carvings, sculpted relief ranels, plaster casts, oil and vatcrcolor paintings. John Clarke was Highwood, Montana, in 1881. At lie age of two Clarke was made permanently mute as result of scarlet fever. His edu- :aticn began in 1B94 at the Vorth Dakota School for the )eaf. He later attended the dontana School for the Deaf and Blind and the St. John School for the Deaf In Mil- waukee, Wisconsin. In 1913 Clarke returned Montana and established a stu- dio in East Glacier Park, n'liere he launched IMS career in the fine arts. His wood- carvings depicting bears, mountain goats, and oilier wildlife of the Glacier Na- tional Park area, drew imme- diate attention of collectors and connoisseurs. Ifis work was widely exhibited through- out the west, as well as at leading galleries and museums in the east. Overcoming tremendous handicaps in his youth, Clarke Ily NAXCV J11I-KS Special Correspondent CJtAA'MOOK Klk lUvcr Xoiung Bylaw, covering sonic 70 miles of rural Elk llivef VaDcy northward from Spar- wood, has launched a hassle between the Regional District of East Kcotcnay board of di- rectors and a majority of the 49 property-owners. KDEK is in the driver's since Ihe bylaw has complied with all regulations hi posting, public hearing from owners, and three readings and can be enacted at any time through order-in-council. The north-south valley is in a llodry Mountain crease jusi west of the Alberta boundary, and has offered idyllic Hunting and fishing for many decades almost as wilderness area. Few, outside of sportsmen, have travelled (here. Fording Coal Ltd. develop- ment of coal resources some 40 miles north of Sparwod led KDEK to prepare the bylaw the boai'd planner says is ne- Ross Gibb pholo j cessary to establish wholesome standards of land use for the 1.000 to 1.200 people expected Fording goes into noi-rnal coal production in a couple of years. RDEK planner Alfred Miller says that uncontrolled develop- ment will lead to haphazard residential ribbon development over the access 40 miles. The bylaw RDEK has pro- cessed to enactment desig- nates two urban development areas for the expected popula- tion, one at (lie Fording River site 40 miles frum Sparwood, and one at Boivin Creek 25 miies from Sparwood. Community water and sewer installations have been started. developed into one of Mon- tana's most ratable artists, in- ternationally renowned fcr his carvings and paintbgs depict- ing the animals native to the state's Rocky Mountain area. Clarke continues to work in his East Glacier Park studio, where viators may view and purchase examples of his art- is try. The exhibition will be on pub- lic view at the Museum from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily, until September 15 when the mu- seum's hours will be 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Klscu'liore the bylaw rr- quiics minimum acres division for maximum JU reM- d.endal sites. Long-time ranchers and mil- fitters in the valley and a handful of possible land specu- lators object to Ihe boom Iju- ing lowered on their right to dispose of their properties to what !hey consider their best advantage. Objections by more than half the property-owners were reg- istered verbally at the public hearing, then owners appeared at the July Iward meeting Aug. 3, and were finally told them to put their opposition in writ- ing. This has been done. Meets Sept. 1 COALDALE The next meeting of the Coaldale and District Fish and Game Association will he held 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 1, in the Jchi: Davidson School. Presentation of cerlificales to Ihose having successfully com- pleted tlie Alberta Hunter Training Course for 1970 will bo done. A full report on the progcs.i of the fish pond development will be given. REWARD FOR FISH IDAHO FALLS, Idaho Ardent fisherman Ray Vigo o( Holloday, Utali. had a once-in- a lifetime fish and now he wants it back. Vigo says be caught a 25 pound. 10-ounce brown Irout on the Snake River, but someone stole it out of his hotel room at Idaho Falls. He says he's offering a 5250 re- Crowsnest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernon Dccoux, Residenl Rep., Bloirmoro Phone 562-214? Doug Elliot Improving P1NCHER CREEK (Special) Douglas Elliot, seriously timed Aug. 4 while filling a as tank for the starting moLor n a caterpillar tractor at a onstruction site north of the aihvay track at Barnwell, is aid to be progressing fa- crably in a Calgary hospital. Ho suffered burns' on his pper body, face and arms and as in the intensive care ward or three weeks. He expects to e in the .hospital for at least nother 10 days, for skin gralt- Shirley Gibb, Corlnne Atwood, dges. NDERGARTEN Flngcrpalnling: t. Karen Shoulliig; Vernon Bullshlelds, Arl: 1. Sandra Eaglechild; 2. Col- en Ircnshirf; 3 Donna Oke. Exercise Books: 1. Nalalle Eagle- ar. Scrapbooks: 1. Natalie Eaglebear; 2. olleen Ironshirt. RADE 1 Printing: 1. Roy Beaicr; 2.- Pnm- Cameron; 3. Thomas Heavyrun- Colored Picture: T. Scoll Hanscn; 2. Velma De'aney; 3. Allen Webster. Flnacr Painling: 1. Lonl Prince; 2. Christine Moore; 3. Robert Jones GRADE 7 Illuslralcd original story: 1. Caro- lyn Mounlain Horss. Colored picture: 1. Francis Eagle- child; 2. Max Olcen; 3. Francis Black- plume. Texlure picture: 1. Sally Payne; 3- Chrlslopher Hoof; 3. Rao Marie Duce. Collagc: 1. Mounlain Horse; 2. Kim Prince; 3. Gloria ftlodefling: I. Douglas Forsyfh arid bay Chief; 2 Tommy rte- Pculcr onci Carolyn Mountain Horse; 3. Sally Payne nnd Calvin Chid Calf. GRADE 3 Wriling; I. Pally 2, tdie rairle Chicken; 3. Gloria Chief Moon. Finger pa ml ing: 1. Shelley Bevans; Gregory Olsen; 3. Marlln Colored acllon piclure: 1. Shelley endry; 2. Dancne Drondhcad; 3. sh. Pencil Scclcli: 1. Woodrow Good- riker; 2. Frederick Tollman, 3 Lee oyle. Scrapbook: 1. Loe Boyle; 7. Gloria hicFmoon; J. Shelley Hendry. RADE 4 Illuslraled Slory; 1. Allen Jensen; 7. Marisa Joy Draper; 3. Jen- Colored aclion picture: l. Edward Sorted Bull and Karen Fransen; 1. Randy ROG and Toble Bowden; 3- Kcnl Peddle and Kelly Holland. Pencil sketch: 1. Donald Williams; Timolhy Tailfealhers; 3. Brian Kie- melc. Paper construclion: T. James Quln- 2. Sharon Shouting; 3. Kent Fed- die. Texlure picture: 1. Kalhryn Low; 1. Susan Aldridgc; 3. Connie Sue Leavill. Handwork: 1. Johnny Alfano, Bur- bank tlass; Michael 7. Becky Forsylh and Ricky Gruninger; 3. Drcnda Broad head Brenda Jones. LcalhcrcraM: 1. Nadine Bevans; Danald Lalng; 3- Darcy Tagg. Original poem: 1. Marisa Joy DroD- er; 2. Diana Gben; 3. Susan Aldridcc. GRADE Finger palnl'ng: 2. Laura Rfehf; 3. 1. Kevin Peddlu Tfna Hurd. Cartoons: 1. Rnndy Jensen; 2. Allen Manyllncjers; 3. Karen Cahoon. Colored scene: 1 Curtis Tallfeath- ers; 2, Curlls Van Orman; 3. Evelyn Chief Moon. Pencil scene 1. Donald Lillle 7. Tina Hurl; 3. Karen Cahoon. Lorin Low; 3. Melissa Spackman. Penmanship: I. Shirley Low; 2- Tina Hurd; 3. Jolaync Scoll. GRADE imaginative pictures: l S'cphcr> Al- ffino; 2. Jeftry 3. Lance Bev. ans. Rftilijlic pidurr: 1. Jfrtv Cahocrt; Trurfy Pitcher; J, L'iane Olsen. Weaving: 1. Diane Olsen; 2, Dlsnni Orr; 3. Lori May, Creative wrlllng: 1. die) Lens Calf and Dapline Davis GRADE Original posm: 1. Daphne Spack- man; 2. Pally Palmer; 3. Lorna Mer- III. Orlrjinot short itory: T, Thomas Ca- 2. Blair eeswici'; 3. Kevin Calf Child. GRADE B Chnrcor.1 cr pencil drawinos: 1. in Hintliiull; 1. Margaret Hind- bulli 3. Morning Owl, Only a handful of North Americans have the judgment to brew great beer. Three of them now brew Calgary Export Lager. Their Ihc treasured diploma oflhcBrillsIi Jnslilule of Brewing, highest achievement cHlie. biew- er's art. Jl rcquiics six years apprenticeship and inten- sive study. Jt develops skill, judgment and tnslc. indeed, are those who qunlify. Yet, we demand Hint diploma of our Calgary brewmnster and Iiis assistnnts, and three of our men have earned it. They love beer. They insist on the purest water, the mellowest Hie. choicest on brews whose quality and flavour never vary.They refuse to compromise. It" you too refuse to compromise, Calpury Beer is for you. Brewed by beer lovers for beer lovers. CALGARY BREWING AND MALTING COMPANY LIMITED. ULGAIW BBtWINE S MWISG CO. ITO, MIGWY. C.1N J' NF.r CONTENTS 12 ftUID OUNCES UNION HADE a heritage of quality ;