Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 11, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
THURSDAY, APRIL 11, 1946 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD PAGE NINE HOUSEWIVES CAN AID FOOD SUPPLY To Reside In Calgary Housewives cf Canada can. make an important contribution to the food suopiy bv watching! every morsel of food taat is used! in their kitchens. Little cabs Oi food like left-over vegetables, pea- i crusts of bread, the lone j stale roll or single piece of cake, j the vvater from cooked vegetables or the juice from canned frui; may be always thrown in. raany kitchens. Tiae bit of batter that clings to! the mixing bowl may make one snore muffin or drop cooSse if care' is taken in scraping the The J bit of ceUciously browaec gravy that is noi Boured from the pan, could be rirJsed out a httle hot water and nould add richness to the soap. Every tinie Canadians make their regular ouanatv cf fooc stretch farther it means that much more j !s released to feed people wno need f K more than we do. j HIGH RIVER PLANS TO ERECT MEMORIAL HIOH (Tilth essentials, allowing plenty of has been made bv the K-gh River: ground space for further expansion Community Council appointed to in the -way of outside sports. Finan- foruard realization, of a Memorial i cmg TUTU be ihe most important At a meeting held on April f consideration, and it is suggested 9 the committee namea to stuay that the town council sit in with possible building sites brought is a such a coannittee to consider the report naming four possible sites. best methods. and giving the aovantages ana cis- advantages of each. After the re- .1 port was given. Jack Deaney. chair- if GSLlti opportunity for full dis-" cusson. after which a hallo: -Aas taken oa the question. Most pop- alar choice was a sate lying llfae high school and she faw.'p'i same to a.