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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 16, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundoy, September 1971 THE LETHBRIDGt HERALD 21 Pincher fair results "5Ml fruils' vcge'ah'es Pincher Creek- (air winners: GRAINS, GRASSES Shea' of Spring Wheat Betly An Welsch; Dlanna Reed. Sheaf of Fall Wheat Bearded Mrs John Janzen; Rulh White. sheaf ol Oals Hcalher Glen Dianna Reed. Sheaf of Barley Lillian Noble-Sheaf of 2-row barley Gelly Ann Welsch; Dlanna Reed. Shtdf of Rape Seed Dlanna Reed Janice Day, Sheaf of Sunflowers Dianna of Wild Flowers Douo Zleffle; Allan Zlellle. Novelty Arrangement Linda Zlef lie; Barbara McRae, Decorative Arrangement Linda Zleffle; Bernle Cyr. GARDEN PRODUCTS Csrrofs-Allce Zleffle; Anna Swede Turnips Mrs. Anna Leskn-sky; Diiinna Reed. While Turnips Edith McRae; Mrs Anna Leskosky. Deels Alice Shenton; Dlanna S C C Mr bor C setr C D lie. V Bru C P p Allc H E. R R You R Ma Q Del Q Mrs Q F HO W Allc B Alic R She C Zief B Ann C Mrs B Joh W Lou D Bar B Lou A Dla D Joh C Wh S Est P Zle L fie; B Alic C lor, D B Mrs C Lou Je She W bln. D flel T Zie D P Jud B Alic C Jea M fie; p true C F Rot J cha Je Lou G Rln G Zlet B Mar cr Tone Sv fie; M Judy Dayj Betly Ann Welsch. Quart of Fall Wheat any D. Cyr. Sheaf of Timothy (seed) Rulh While; Dianna Larsen; Mrs. John Dyck. Green Cabbage Alice Shenton; Gerlrude Reed; Rulh Glen; Rulh White Sheaf of Alfalfa (forage) Rulh While; Healher Glen, Sheaf of Sweet Clover (forage) Rulh While. Collection of Native Grasses Rulh While; Belly Wclsch. Arrangements of Grains, Grasses Legumes and Weeds Belly Ann Welsch; Alice Zeiffle. Any twelve Weeds other than Rufh White. Any 12 Weeds olher than Lor ralna Welsch; Kenl Bailer. Sheaf of Spring Wheat Jim Welsch; Janice Day. sheaf ol Barley i row Malcolm Noble. Sheaf of Barley 1 row Janice-Day; Jim Welsch. Sheaf of Corn 6 slalks Jim Welsch; Russel Cyr. Sheaf ol Oals Healher Glen; Ja nlci? Day. -Flake or Slice of Baled Hay Jimmfe Welsch. Collection of Grasses, Anna Bruns. Long Red Potaloes Mra. Anna Leskosky. Round While Polaloes Alice Zleflle; Mrs. Anna Leskosky. Long White Polafoes Alice Zleffle; Mrs. E. Mclnlee. Cauliflower Mrs. Anna Leskosky; Gertrude Welsch. Corn on Cob Irene Duffleld; Mrs John Dyck. Onions Anna Bruns; Alice Zlelfle. Green Beans Mrs. John Dyck; Edilh McRae. Wax Beans Gerlrude Welsch; Edith McRae. Head Lelluce Mrs. E. Mclntee; Gertrude Welsch. Cucumbers Marlha Froese; Mrs. Max de Young-Green Tomatoes Edllh McRae; Marlha Froese. Ripe Tomatoes Joan Haigh; Pal Mri'ean. Pumoktn Gertrude Welscn; Mrs. Anna Brent Bailer. HORTICULTURE Geranium Cindy Bruns. Begonia (tuberous) Alice Marrow Alice Zleffle; Dianna Reed, Best Vegelable, Display Mrs. John Dyck; Mrs. Anna Mrs. Ester Harland. Cactus or Succulent Mrs. E. Me Intee; Alice Shenton. Fern Louise Dels. Hanging or Climbing Polled Plant-Mrs. E. Harland; Louise Dels. Any other nol classified Alice Shenton. Asters D. R. Peggy Froese; Mrs. John Dyck. Red Peggy Froese; Mrs John Dyck. Apples Alice Shenlon; George Shenton. Crabappllcs George Shenton; Alice Shenton. Carrots Jackie Noble; Shenlon. Aslers Alice Zieffle; D. R. Beels Rhonda Cindy Bruns. Largest Pumpkin Bob and Edith McRae; Alice Shenton. Snapdragons 6 spikes assorled colors, decorative Alice Shenlon; George Shenlon. Pansy 6 blcims, light shades Alice Alice Turnips Grace Leskosy; Cindy Bruns. While Turnips Malcolm McRae; Grace Leskosky Cabbage Russell Cyr; Jim George Shenton; Alice Shenton. Sweetpeas 12 spikes, one Bruns. Long Red Potaloes Grace Sweelpeas 12 spikes assorled col-ors-D. R, Buchanan; Alice Ziellle. Pelunia 6 blooms, double, any color Alice Shenlon; Alice White Potatoes Grace Leskosky. Long While Pol a toes Grace any color Alice Shenlon; D. R. Buchanan. Zinnia 3 blooms, one color, under 3" in diameter Alice Zieftle. Zlnnfa 6 blooms, assorted cofors, over 3" diameter D. R. Buchanan; Alice Zleffle. Cosmos, 6 blooms, one color D. R. Buchanan; Alice Shenlcn. Nasturtiums 12 blooms, assorted colors, double Alice Shenton. Calendula 12 blooms, decorative -Edllh McRae. Marigold, African Hail Alice Zleffle; Mrs. E. Mclnfee Marigold French (dwarf) D. R. Buchancn; Alice Shenlon. Clarkla 12 stems, decoralive. D. R. Buchanan; Alice Zleffle. Alice Shenton; D. Cyr. Candytull-Allce Zlelfle; Edith Mc-Rac. Any olher variety Alice Shenlon; Alice Zleflle. Gladiolus single spike D. R. Buchanan, Mr. Buchan. Gladiolus 3 spikes, miniature Rhonda Cyr. Best Vegelable Display Bernle Cyr; Cindy Bruns. EMBROIDERY Airs. Anna flruns; Mrs. 0. Ruzicka. Lunch Clolh Alice Zlelfle; Bessie Carlson. Hardanger Mrs. Hans Hassel-mann-Pillow Cases Mrs- M. S, Harland; Bessie Carlson. Pillow Cases Alice Zleffle; Mrs. E. Mclntee. Runner Alice Bessie Carl-Vanity Set Alice Zlefile. Crewel Embroidery Alice Zleffle. Pot Holders Mrs Max deYoung; Mrs. E. Mclnlee. Cushion Anna Bruns: Mrs. E. Mclnlee. Embroidered Picture Alice Grocnevcld. Pein Point Mary Taylor; Doris Bruder. Galling Mrs. E. ton. Gladiolus 3 spikes, dark color D. R. Buchanan; Corrine Boyden. Gladiolus 3 spikes, light D. R. Buchanan. Gladiolus one color Mr. Buchan; Alice Shenlon. Gladiolus 3 spikes assorled colors Mr. Buchan, D. R. Buchanan. Perennial Phlox 3 spikes, Mrs. 'E. McLeod; Mrs. E. MclnlM. Apron Mrs. Max deYoung, Mrs. E. McLeod. Child's Dress Max deYoung; Louise Dels. Child's Dress Lynn Lyndsell; Mrs. E. McLeod. Child's Sunsult Mrs. Max Mrs. E. line Ja Ver Jf W Jo Bi-c p Ann Cc Zieffle; Alice Shenton. Rose Hybrid tea one slem, any color D. R. Buchanan; Alice Shenlon. Rose Florlbunda one slem Alice Shenlon. Dianlhus 12 slems any Edilh McRae. Any olher not Classified Alice Shenlon, George Panls Barbara Adamson. Housedress Mrs. Max deYoung; Mrs. E. McLeod. Western Tailored Shirt Audrey Maxine Hansem. Jump Suit Grace Klncald. Polyester Garment Irene Duf-leld; Jeanelle Ouffield. Knit Fabric Garment Grace Kin-caid; Irene Jea B Wac It C Dr bara LI As Zlelf Sa Mrs. PI on; T sep Baj wh( pla 36 me saic the Haigh; Corine Boyden, Centrepiece or Sweetpeas Coat and Dress Dolley Toney. Cape or Poncho Audrey Weslrop. Three-piece Audrey Westrop. Evening wear Audrey Wesirop; Louise Dels. Baby Jacket and Bonnet Mrs. E. McLeod; Mary Taylor. Jumbo Knit Sweater Lynn Lyndsell. Irish Knll Sweater Mary Tay-or; Bessie Carlson. Brushed Mohair Sweater Mrs. Leslie Day. Llghlwelght Sweater Lynn Lynd-ell. Mlts Bessie Carlson; Mrs. E. McLeod. Socks Bessie Carlson. Dolly Alice Zlellle; Bessie Carl-Coat Mary Taylor, cape or Poncho Berqa Zoclcman; Mrs. Leslie Day. Vest Edna Bonerli. Max! scarf Alice Arrangement of Roses Alice Shenlon; D. R. Buchanan. Arrangement of usinn Mlnlalure Glads Alice Shenlon. Composition lor Buffet Alice Shenlon; Dawn Becker. Composilion for hall lable Corln-nc Boyden. Table Arrangemenl Sophie Taylor. Bouquet of Mixed Garden Flowers-Joan Haigh; -Alice Groenveld. Vase or basket of mixed perennials Haigh; Corlnne Boyden Winter Bouquet Joan Haigh, Cor-Innc Boyden. Garden Club Special Joan Haiqh; Mrs, E- Mclntee-Vase of Asters Russell Cyr; Clndv Bruns. Vase of Sweelpeas Lori Boner li; Cindy Bruns. Bouquet of Garden Flowers Bag Alice Zlellle. Veil Gertrude Welsch. Suit Grace Klncald. Child's dress Max deYoung. Cruchclcd Sweater and Poncho Mrs. F. Ulshman; Mrs. F. Welsger- cr. Crocheled Afghan Hans Has- seJmsnn; Mrs. E. MclnJee. Crocheled hag Grace Klncald. Adamsun; AHce Zlef- Vanily Set Alice Zleffle; Anna runs. Chair Set Bessie Carlson. Pillow Cases Mrs. Max deYoung. Pol Holders Mrs. E- McLeodj Alice Zleflle. Handkerchief! Alice Zlelfle; Mrs E. McLeod. Rugs Hooked Alice Groenveld. Rugs Dralded Mrs. Max da oung. Rugs any other lalnr Barbara Adamson. Quills Palch Work, hand QUlMed Delia Kunkel. Quills, appllqued Pat Qulgley; Mrs. Byron Parlon. Quills Mrs. Wanda Brooks; Mrs. Leishman. HOME COOKING While Bread Mrs. John Dyck; Alice Shenlon. Brown Bread Catherine Malm Alice Zieffle. Raisin Bread Alice Zleffle Alice Coffee cake Louise Dels, Alice iefde. Bran Mu'Mns Cindy Zlelfle; Mrs. Anna Lcskosky. Cinnamon Buns Marlhfl Froese: Mrs. Byron Barton. Baking Powder Biscuits Mrs. John Dyck. While Layer Cake Pat Qulflley; Louise Deis. Devil's Food Cake. Mrs, Byron Barton; JeaneMc Duffleld. Spice Cake Louise Dels; Noel iefrie. Boiled Raisin Cake Pat Qulgley; Louise Deis. Angel Food Cake Esler Allred; lanna Reed. Dinner Buns Marlha Froese; Mr: John Dyck. Chiffon cake Alice Shenton; Rulh 'hlle. Shrlbread Froese; Ester Allred. Pumpkin Pie Pat Qulgley, Allci [erne. Lemon Meringue Pie Alice Zle.1- fle; Mrs. Rainlord. Basic Sugar cookies Ester Allred; Alice Zlcffle. Chocolate Brownies Sophie Tay- lor; Mrs. Ralnford. Donufs Rulh While-; Martha 'roese. Bread Donuls Martha Froese Mrs. Bryon Barlon. CotoTiut Macaroons Alice Zleflle; Louise Deis. Jelly Roll Martha Froese; Alice icnlon. While Fruit Cake Adeline Rob- bins, Marlha Froese. Dark Fruit Cake Jeannelte Duf- fleld; Rulh While. Tea Dalnlles Ester Allred; Alice ieffle. Danish Peslry Alice Zleffle. Pumpkin Loaf Sophie Taylor; Judy Larsen. Bulter Tarts Mrs. E- Mclnlee; Alice Zlefrie. I- Fudge Alice ZlefMe; Duffleld. Maple Cream Fudge Alice Zlef- fle; Pal Qulgley. Peanut Bridle Alice Zlefflej Ger- Iruda Welsch. Candles Alice Zleffle. Fancy Decorated Cake Adeline Robblns; Audrey Westrop. Jar Barbeque Snuce Verdun Bu- chanan; Don Klncald. Jar of Sweel and Sour Louise Deis; Grace Klncald. Group of 3 pis. of Fruit Normi Ringed; Alice Zletfle. Group of J pfs. ZlelNe; Norma Rlngstad- Beet Pickles Mrs. E. Mclnlee; Marlha Froese. Chopped Cucumber Relish Dolly Toney; Norma RingJtad. Sweet Mixed Pickles Alice Zlef- fler Louise Dels. Mustard Pickles Alice Zleflle; Marlha Froese. Mince Meat Alice Zleflle; Ade- line Robblns. Jar of Jelly Mrs. John Dyck; Verdun Buchanan. Jar of Jam Max deYoung; Au- drey Weslrop. Marmalade Rulh White. of Frozen Jam Verdun Pound of Butter Marlha Froese; Anna Leskosky. Collage Cheese Mrs. Anna Lesko- sky; Gerlrude Welsch. Saled Dressing Esler Allred; JeaneMe Duffield. Eggs Dlanna Reed; Gertrude Wel- Brown Eggs Anna Leskosky; Pat .'agenaar. Sweet Jacob; Jeanel- Duffleld. Dry Wine Charles Jacob; Bar- bara Adamson. LlQueurs Jeanette Duffleld. Assorted Fancy Cookies Alice Zleffle; Gerlrude Welsch. Safflo Speclnl Gertrude Welsch; Mrs. Anna Leskosky, Pincher Creek Co-op Alice Shen- lon; Alice ZlcTfle. SLEEPWALKER THUNDER BAY (CP) Jo- seph Charlesworth of Thunder Bay received a fractured hip when he walked off a loading platform on the waterfront into 36 inches of water. City police- men who watched the incident said the 94-year-old man was sleep-walking and did not hear their warning cries. arts, crafts Pesticides are linked with cancer COALDALE (HNS) Elec- tion of officers for the Coaldale Arts and Crafts was held re- cently. Elected for the 1971-72 term were: Mrs .Anna Loewen, president: Mrs. Gladys Hart, vice president; Mrs. Marg King, secretary and Mrs. Es- ther Corey, treasurer. In charge of publicity will be Mrs. Susie Reimer. Meetings will be held on the fourth Monday of the month. The next is slated for p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, at the home of Mrs. Ann Redekopp. Workshops will be conducted every Thursday evening start- ing at 7 p.m. in classroom of Mrs. Hart at Kale Andrews High School. Ceramics and oth- er crafts are being planned for in these workshop sessions. STATIONS CLOSED BOIStiEVAIN, Man. (CP) The Canadian Pacific Railway stations in Boissevain and nearby Carberry have been closed after more than 75 years of service. The first CPR pas- senger train arrived in Boisse- vain on Christmas Day, 1885, four years after the main line was built through Carberry. WASHINGTON (AP) A family of pesticides widely used oil fruils and vegetables has been linked to cancer in ani- mals by the United Stales Food and Drug Administration. Spurred by the FDA findings, the Environmental Protection Agency is considering whether a ban, or lesser restrictions, should be imposed on some or all of these fungicides known as carbamates. No decision has been reached, said Dr. William M. Upholt, EPA's deputy assistant admin- istrator for pesticides pro- grams. He said there appears to be "no clear-cut evidence of im- minent hazard to man" from the carbamates. Dr. Virgil 0. Wodicka, direc- tor of the FDA's bureau ol foods, wrote Upholt Aug. 23 that agency scientists had confirmed that the chemical ethylene Ihi- ourea causes cancer of the thy- roid gland when fed to rats. A copy of the letter, which was not made public, has been ob- tained by The Associated Press. ETU is one of the chemicals that earbamates split into natu- rally after being sprayed on fruits, vegetables, grass, flow- ers, bushes and trees. Traces of carbamale, and pro- 5 u m a b 1 y ETU, remain on treated fruits and vegetables purchased at food stores, Wod- icka said, although the extent is Bourassa reports on parley FOHT MACLEOD (Special) Leo Bourassa, recreational director for the Town of Fort Macleod, reported to the re- creation board on the Canadian Parks and recreation confer- ence he attended at Edmonton. The 500 delegates hailed from all provinces and Mr. Bouras- sa felt Fort Macleod is better than average in its advance- ments. Greatest concern was for our quality of life, education for lei- sure and environmental condi- tions. unknown. "The whole thing is loo new" to evaluate Ihe risk, Wodicka said in an interview. "If we find it's a problem, we will speak in a louder voice." Meanwhile, two scientists re- ported that chemicals used to make bug-killers work belter may extend their effect to hu- mans. In a report prepared for a meeting of Hie American Chem- ical Society, R. M. Pliilpot o[ the National Institute of Envi- ronmental Health Sciences at Research Triangle Park, N.C., and Ernest Hodgson of North Carolina Stale University, cau- tioned against using so-called "synergists.'1 EXPLAIN ACTION It has been lound, they said, that synergisls render inactive a substance called cytochrome which helps destroy many foreign compounds. "These may be insecticides in insects or such things as drugs or food additives in said the report. "In view of this newly-found interaction, and since we know that it occurs in mammals as I well as insects, there Is new ground for caution about the use of synergisk in a widespread Hodgson commented. The report did not say how I widespread is Uic current use of the pesticide syncrgisls and il did nol assess any possible to impact on human beings. i Government specialists I ferrcd to the carbamates, how- ever, as "big economic busi' ness" and "one of (he most im- portant fungicides Ross McKihbeu gels RO post TABER (HNS) Ross Mc- Kibben has been appointed re- turning officer for the Taber MD. Mr. McKibben will receive nominations at the MD offica from 10 a.m. to noon cm Wed- nesday, October 27 for seven members of council and five members of the Taber General Hospital Board representing wards in the MD. Election dale, if necessary, will be November 21th. smiiinc CHLL FOR IRBHTT'S BLUE' Laoaffs YES! Beny's are offering BIG I CHEVEUES NOVAS CAMAROS ON THEIR REMAINING STOCK OF FACTORY FRESH NEW CARS AND LOW MILEAGE LIKE NEW 1971 DEMONSTRATORS Don't miss this great opportunity to move up to one of these greet value leaders from General Motors. See your favorite Beny Salesman .He's eagar to deal. WATCH FOR THE Announcement OF THE ARRIVAL OF THE NEW 1972 MODEtS COMING SOONI CONVENIENT TERMS GMAC To Suit Your Budget 3 ONLY AIR CONDITIONED 1971 CHEVROLZTS AND 1 ONLY DELTA ROYALE 1971 OLDSMOBILE WITH AIR CONDITIONING Inquire now about the savings on these like-new beautlei BENY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE MAIN GARAGE AND SHOWROOM P.hcrs 327-3147 OK SUPERMARKET CAR LOT Open 'III 9 p.m. Phone 327-3141 ;