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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 7, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Tu.idoy, Soplember 7, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGt HERAIB 3 Don Hanson, judges cattle Leavitt family repeats victory t'ATHKIJIM! HUM, Herald News Service CAFIDSTON The Ard Lcavill family was I he recipi- ent oT Llio Mayor's Trophy for Ilic sccon. consecutive year in Hie Cardslon Fair and Ilorsn Siiow. They won 27 first and second jirizes. Sponsored by Hie Car Agricultural iSocieLy, the and horse show is grad gaining interest. This was evidenced by increased numbers of entries, especially in the fiower garden sections. Entries in the weeds section were a pointment. The school section was from last year. There were 655 entries in the fair and about HO in Ihe horse show. Results follow: HORSE SHOW Registered stallion, any bre Duane wyndcr, Wallace Jensen. Registered Colts, any breed. 2 ye and under: Bill Reeder, Wallace Jen sen. Foals, 1971: Dan Nelson, Cheryl Lea- Foals, Pilrher. 1970: Wallace Jensen, Kent 1949: Marlon Drape GREENER PASTURE OVER THE BRIDGE Mrs. Shriley LeuviU of Cardslon lakes her mount over 1he bridge at the recent Cordston Fair and horse show I DONT LIKE THE LOOK OF THIS Getting o whiff of semelhing, this competitor at Ihe Claresholm Horse Show balks at a stinking cow of Ihe lests in the which drew 213 registered competitors. Andersen Pholo Kloudy Kilebar Is tops CLARESHOLM (ItNS) Top horse in tire open western plea- pure class nt the Claresholm Quarter Horse Show held here recently under the sponsorship of the Willow Creek 41-1 Horse Club a.nct approved by the American and Canadian Quar- ter Horse Associations was Kloudy Kilebar owned by Hans Hansma and sons of Granum and ridden by Gerry Hansma. The same horse and rider also won first in the open west- em horsemanslup class. A horse called Mike Burnett, owned by J. H. Kcilly of St. Albert, won first in the trail horse open class test. Morloy's Salt y, owned by Crowsiiest Pass Bureau NEWS CIRCULATION JOB PRINTING Vernun Decoux, Resident Rap., Bioirmoro Phone 562-2149 G. G. Van flslrand of Calgary, placed first ir. the open English pleasure class and open jump- ing class. Peppy Coli, owned by Cliff ROES of Edmonton, placed first in the open cutting class. The Rrar.d champion gelding was Two .Jack Two, owned by Betty Hood of Edmonton and riden by Bill Collins. Grand champion stallion win- ner was Welcome Partner own- rcl by Mcrv Thorson of Cal- pary. Ileserve champion stal- lion was Doc Holliday of Mea- covrricw Ranch, Hardcsty, rid- en liy Ian JIacRae. Hansma of Granum made first place in both the .Tumor hackamore reining and English pleasure' classes with his Lightning KaUiy quar t e r horse. Lif-'lihiinp Katiiy nisi) placed first in Hie Filly Foals of I TRADITION BigT Cement floor STIRLING (UN'S) A ce- men! floor lias been laid in lire fireball under Hie direction of Fire Chief Boyd Hirsehe ami some of the volunteer firemen. This has been planned over Llie past year. All money from firefighUng that normally would have been lliat of Hie individual fireman lias been turned over to tliis fund, as well as other improve- j nicnl-s, since Ihis scnricc was I nrganizcd. Fillii Mares, and older' Granl sen, Shir-lev LraviM. Brood Wares: Bart Lybbcrl, Render. Geldings, 1967; Tom Berry, Kenl chor. Geldings, 1963 and older: Dale Be- vans, Karen Davidso WELSH, SHETLAND Foals, eilher sex, 1971: Lyn LeaviM, Laureen Lcavill. Reqisteref) Stall ion: Ardell Lea Don Leavill. Mare or 1970 or o'drr; M Lvnn Leavlll. Laureen LeaviM. PERFORMANCE Onen Jumping: Jane Schmidl, Br BaH Junior Pleasure, Girl's Vice: Cam! Wilson. Jolayne Sr_oM Junior Pleasure, open: fln Ball. Prrd-r. Junior Class: Brian B fl Shellrs Reader. Jack Bernv Class: Leonard Pilli Elsworlh Musical Pil Ride: Jay Schmidt, Brian Ball Senjcr VMIcrn Pleasure, Wo Davkhon. Senior V-'eslern Pleasure, Mm: i, double: Pflule Mrs. K-vhol i Race: Duane l Reininq: Brian Ball, Shel Reining: Duann Wynder, I jder. Judy La Marsh class: Msrr Dr Maxlne Reeder. Combinalicn Cm-rse: Marlon ppr, Javne SchmMI. Reining Class: Duano Wynder, Trail'Ride: Brian Ball. Shirlpy Sack Race: Mont- SaHor. Junior Pel" Bend: Rr Carol Wilson. Senior Po'e Pending: Scl Marlori Draper. Junior Barrel Race: Shii Be" ans, Carol Wilsnn. Senlnr Barrel Pace: Mrr- rill, Wendy Wilson. Tire Race: Jayne ichmldt, Marlon Draper. Slow Lope Race: Jayne Schmldf, Merlon Draper. CATTLE Judge, Doi Hanson, BIrdssyc Ranch, Moun'aln JUNIOR BEEF Calf horn 1771: Margo Johnson, Ran- dy Johnson. Calf born 1970: Leslie Jolinson, Lori Johnson. Replacement Yearling: Leslie John- son, Lori Johnson. Beef Cattle, Hereford: Brencls Quin- lon. Allen Qulnlon. Heifer, 1970: Hereford: Leslie John- son, Grant Hlnmen. Cow and Calf: Bob Champion and Reserve Champion Female: Leslie Jolinson. Bull born 1970: Powleilands, F. D. Archibald. Bull born prior 1769: Bob Jenkins, Champion and Reserve Champ i n n Bull: Bob Jenkins, Powleslands. Shorthorn, Heifer, Fred Rice. Bull, born 1949: Fred Rice. Angus, heifer, 1970 (arain rJy Bull born Eddie Mackrnzi'-. Bull born 1970: Eddie Mackenzie. EUROPEAN Cow and Calf: Dan Nelson, Forest Bevans. Champion Female: Dan Nelson. Bull born 1970: Kellh Bevans. Champion Bull- Keilh Gevans Supreme Grand Champion Female Leslie Johnson. Group of Four; Bob Jenkins, Pov.'les- lands. WEEDS, GRASSES, GRAINS I FLOWERS, POTTED PLANTS Blair Shaw, Vulcan, African Violet: Mrs. Selnia Sacl' Aster: Mrs. Doris Komm, Mrs. Ra- chel Leavill. Begonia: Airs- Winnilred Smllh. Calendula: MJS. Rachel Leavill, Ihew Wilschi. Dahlia: Mrs. Elaine (decor- Dahlia, cactus: Mrs. Elaine Nelson. Gladiolus, while, cream or yell shades: Mrs. Bessie Shields, Mrs. I chol Leavill. Gladiolus, pink or roso shades: Mrs. Doris Kornm, Mrs. Calhei Gladiolus, red shades: Mrs. Elaine Nelson. Mrs. Bessie Shields. Gladiolus, bronze or smoky shades; Mrs. Bessie Shields, Mrs. Rachel Lea- vitt. Gladiolus, best basket or v Mrs. Doris Komm, Mrs. Rachel vilt. Marigolds, Mary I Ella V.'ilsort, Mrs. Dill Hcningcr. any varlely: Mrs, Mrs. Lorraine vll Mri. Beryl cluiler: Mrs. Mary Rice. Mri. Isabel Wolff, Mrs. Bread: Lea v 1 1 yi hybrid lea: Mrs. Doris olher arliclc: Daisy, ony vflrloly, liresd: Mrs. Calhc'ine Hlnman, A D one spike, any Oread: Mrs. Donna Dor i) Komm. Snapdragon, three spikes, any Alice Lcavilt. Frrncn bread: Mandrel L Komm, Mrs. Roseiella buns: Sandra Sailer, Mrs. Alice Titiurei: Hazel Ho Peas, besl vase: Llndn rolls: Aflon Reminuton, Sandra Mrs. Elaine Uellon, Peas, three spikes, any color: Mrs. Alice LeaviM. Mrs. Rachel buns: S'acy Bevans Chocolale layer cake. Avon olher article: Mri. Lily: Mrs. Rcaeiella cake: Mrs. Minnie Mrs. Bill 11 Rachel Roll: Mrs. Dorma Jensen, Lillipuf: Mrs. Bessie lliMlff iTTTllig he HANSON Mrs. Doris fie: Mrs. Alton Mrs. Mary Rice, Los': Mrs. Smilh, guilt: Mri. RoiezeHa Drrnda Brofldti'aJ decoration: Mrs. Roiezella Loaf: Mrs. Alice Leavitl, Stacy quilt: Mri. f.'ora Olsen, Mrs. Pal Lisa B e V fl n i, Brendi display: Mrs. Hoseiella Loaf: Mrs. Donna Quill: Mrs. Mora Obrn, Shelley Alice section: Cara Mai kin, Kalhy SECTION Three iars of fruil: Regula in drlfiwocd: Liie Dorec-n Card, Fruu he FRUITS Judge, P. D. Margrave, Brooks. HOME GROWN Raspberries: Mrs. Donna Jensen, Mrs. Alice Leavitl. Strawberries: Mrs. Celherlne Hull, Mrs. Ella Wilson. Black curranls: Mrs. Donna Donna Bee' pickles: Paula Relish: Ida Pilling. Mustard Pickle: Monle McClung Swecl Pickles: Mrs, Alics Lcavill. Crabapple Jelly: Mrs. Vera Eklund. Currant Jelly: Mrs. Regula Wilschi. Christmas pudding.: Mrs. Handmade wood furniture: Dale Smilh. Handcarved wood article; Dale Smilh, Mrs. Eleanor Watson. Lealhercrall: Doug Hall, Monle Sailer. Artificial flower arrangement: Susan Mcgenien, Cvdl Broadhcad. Colored Brcnda Edward SpoilcdnuM. Original poem: Connie Smlin, Lauri Hanscn. Lea there rail: Hugh Calf robe, fiob-erl Shade. cd: Mrs. Ella Wilson. Crabapples: Miss Llla Cahoon, Miss Lily Gay ENTRIES ADDED 'Baking blscuils: Mrs. L. Olsen (lirsl and Decorative plaques: Donna Pilcher, Mrs. Winnifred Tim Schmidt, Dean Som rnprfcldl. Croative writing: Detjra Jorsensei Froli: Mrs. Donna Jen sen Hamburger buns: Slacy Bevans Mrs. Rachel LeaviM. Ceramics: Garth Uibel, Mrs. cinal Esiay: Pilcher, Jim Carrots: Mrs. Donna Jensen, Canned tomatoes: Mrs, Alice Bevans. Olfier handwork article: Dale ginsl Teresa Pikher Emrrscn e. Leavill. Beds, Mrs. DonnB Jensen. Linda Eilcrs Mincemeat: Mrs. Monle McClung. Jelly: Mrs. Regula Wilschi, Wanda Brooks. Walercolor painting: Garth Uibel (firsl and glnal pMnr Valone r d V.'endy Brov.-nc. Shcrt Essay: IP SflilT. Bill 2V'a lo Indies: Mrs. Minnie Walls, Mrs- Monte McClung. Peas: Mrs. Donna Jensen, M r s. Minnie Green Cabbage: Mrs. Donna Jensen, Mrs. Aflon Remlnplon. Red Potatoes: Mrs. Donna Jensen, Mrs. Ella Wilson. While potatoes: Mrs. Thora Dairies. Cauliflower: Monle McCIuncj, Mrs. Ella Leavill. Strawberry iam: Mrs, Rcgula Wilschi, Mrs. Catherine Hull. NEEDLEWORK Judges, Carol Sudol, Teber and Beth Johnson, Lethbridge. Aprons- Mrs. Rozellfl Lindsr, Mrs. Mabel Glen. Ladies Coal: Avon Jensen. One or 1wo piece dress: Marlys Hm-man, Pam peinling: Margaret Johnson, Clieri Knoblick. Black and while sketch pencil: Jerry Cahoon, Mrs. Hazel Calioon. Jewellery: Wanda Brooks (firsl and Brass or copper: Dale Smith (First and Any handmade mclal: Chris Wilschi, Mrs. Wanda qinel shcrl slory: Trecy Heckbcrl. Penmanship: Barlon Cerlson, dv Jensen. Rebecca Grey Horses Delph ne Holy Singer. PETS Judcje, Dr. S 1 r a n g, velcrlnarlan Cardslon. Besl irick pol: Deborah Dawson, Best groomed dcg: Gladis Jasper on the Cob: Mrs. Ella two-piece lull: Mrs. tolled Ion: Donna Wendy Palmer. Velma Roszella keo' cal: Susan Lamb. Miss Llla Cahoon, Mrs. Aflon article: Mrs. Jean Meyer. Olher lounge wear: Miss painting: Mrs. Eva Sache (lirsl and dog or pup: Cara Matkin, Julie Kay Murphy. Best while rabbit: Curtis VanOr- Monle collection: Eric Beans: Mrs. Alice Leavitt, or 'men's T-snirl: Mrs. kept1 Siamese cal: Donna Coop- painting: Greg Christine Hunlcr (on Mrs. Monle McCluna, Avon Verden Boehmer, pel: Tyler Hunler, Bobby Mrs. Hazel Gherkins: Mrs. or pant suil: Mrs. Jean and while pencil SECTION Mrs. Monte S. J. Jensen, Avon Rice, Robert D. fl. Mouser, Claresholm. 1 sliclno.: Mrs. Catherine Hull, Mrs. Monle McClung. Tomaloes: Mrs. Minnie Walls, Mrs. Pat Vaidnais, 5. J. Jensen. botlle novelly: Margarel Yip, Donna Cooper. Crocheted article: Mary Lynn BREEDS Reg slered ram: P.eed Quinlon (first and Cahoon. Squash. Mrs. Velma Uish. Best display, Mrs, Ella Wilson, Mrs. Rachel LeaviH, Mrs. Amy Spencer Cross stitched Iflbleclohl: Noline Quinton. Beads; Rory Sailer. Ceramics: Craiq slered ewr Dele Bevans, Quinlon. Rraistered ram dimh: Quln arl Nish. CHILDREN'S NOVELTY Moat peas In a pod: Paul Schullr. Largest potato: Largest Carrol: Robert Schuiri. Largest cabbage: Margaret Ylo. Vegelable display: Kenneth Malkln. HOME Llnder, first and second. Runner or vanity: Mrs. Glen, Mrs. Amy Spencrr Pillow cases: Mrs. Jean Allred, Mrs. Ida Pilling. Handanger or cufwork: Mrs. Elaine WORK Judges. Mrs. Shsi TH enrj Viola BlacVmor" Finger painlina: VirK.cnl Wells, Deb ble Chief. Crayon: Tracy Terry Healy, Tracy Healy, Jack Hoof, (firsl and Eecon-M Rpaisiered rwc leT-b: Reed Qi'in Icn, Dale reqislorn-j B.I-O: Monlo lamb: Monle Zemp, Dais Bev Grand cnampian ram: Keilh Ouln Lynn Johnson, Pincher Creek and Elizabeth Bartman, Lelhb r 1 d g Pillow cases: Mrs, Rachel Leavill, Mrs. Hazel Blackplume. Printing: Richard French, Chrlsline Grend chflrrnion ewe: Keith Quln 1on. dress: Mrs. Acnes L 1 picture, Brenoa Price, BREEDS whits cake; Jennifer Muffins: Mary Lynn Mrs. Sharon Pitcher, In pencil: Tracy Cuffe, ewe; Kellh Quinlon (firsl Shelley Bevans, Mrs. Ella Wilson, sketch: Ivan Healy, rgm lamb: Keith Quln. (f Cookies: Mary Lynn Lily Gay Carol Dawn Shaw, r.-.n lembi Kellh Qulrilcn other crocheled article: end of UNITED'S RENTALS These ore genuine savings on our trailer and camper rcnlol units. rhesc units arc in brand new condition, some used as little as 3 weeks. Don't miss this opportunity to save. This is a real opportunity not la miss. French: Mrs. Bessie Shields, Miss Lisa Sol Marigolds, African: Mrs. Roszslla Lindcr, Mrs. Alice Lc3' Mrs. Alice Lea Petu Mrs. Elaine Nels ruffled: Rachel Leevili, iglc- MallJicw Wiisc TRADITION Rye Whisky Schenlcy made il (ull-bodied and mellow. Yel smooth. You made il our fasiesi growing Canadian Rye Wliisky. These Arc The lethkidge Herald COUNTRY NEWS Correspondents in Your Area MAGRATH MRS. MILDRED MARKER P.O. Gox 97 MASINASIN MRS. FRANCIS MUELLER___P.O. Dox 327, Milk Rivor MONARCH MRS. JACOD DEKKER P.O. 61 MOUNTAIN VIEW MRS. MAXINE HANSON Con. Del. NANTON MRS. MARY BENSON P.O. Box 314 Contact Ihoie poopls for your Diilrlct Newt or Clauiffed Advarlliing SCAMPER CAMPER with healer Was S2125 5_16'4" wilh eleclric broke and sleep! 6. VIat S2450. MO'- NOW 18'9" single oxle, fully equipped with hot water 3nd shower. Wai 13663. irvf. NOW 18'9" wilh 3 way refrigerator, blu healo' ihermostol, twin tanks, fronl awning ond ;leclric brakes. Sleeps 6. Wot -.'vr: now 16'8" with 3 way refrigerator, btu healer >vilh ihermostol, twin tanks, front and ileclric brakes. Wos NOW 2-16'4" wit Was NOW with 2 burner stove, front awning and iltec: 6. Was vr NOW Sleeps 4 's :_ Wos SAVE S250. NOW...... TENT TRAILER with spare wheel. Sleeps 6. Wns '-I NOW refrigerator ond healer 1971 MARKEE 8' CAMPER Wo 3-1970 U' Teepee type, oil meld. UVE NOW___, 1966 1? tee pee type. Woj -'-'I NOW...... NOW No Down Paymenl Inquire About Grain in low Rale Financing WE ARE ALSO CLEARING ALL OUR 1971 NEW AND DEMONSTRATOR MODELS AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICESI Corner ef 3rd Avenue and 3rd Street South Phone 327-2805 OPtN TILL 9 P.M. EVENINGS if ;