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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Originally a the home of Dr. and Mrs. Harry Afaganis has bsen remodelled with elegant achieving a harmonious blend of contempor- ary and traditional living. Half-shutters oh the lower part of the window complement this old-world furnished with high brass ancient vanity and cap- tain's chair. The crocheted lace was by Mrs. Afaganis' grandmother. House tour aids charity Rich red velvet upholstery and drapes against end gold walls create an atmosphere of Spanish luxury in the home of Mr. end Mrs. Norman Fooks. The open fireplace is of old brick. MVE beautiful ranging from the sleek ele- gance of Danish modern to the opulent charm of spacious were opened for public viewing yesterday for the third annual house and garden torn- and tea arranged by the John Howard Society. The houses on view are owned by Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mr. and Mrs. Norman Dr. and Mrs. Harry Afa- ganis and Dr. and Mrs. Stan Freyman. Tea was served at the provincial courtesy Warden L. J. Fisher and and visitors were invited to tour the prison gardens. Funds raised by the tour and tea will support professional guidance and other rehabilitation pro- grams for inmates and ex-prisoners. Walter Kerber photos A lot of living is done in the spacious room in delightful Danish home of Mr. and Mrs. Jorgen Maegaard. This huge living-dining the kitchen and Mrs. Maegcsrd's pottery studio cover the entire main Floors are of brick red tile and the ceilings varnished cedar. Bedrooms and family room are located down- stairs. Lots and lots of glass capitalize on the splendid view of this house perched high above Scenic Drive. Modern as the unusual home of Dr. end Mrs. Stan Freyman is designed to provide the maximum amount of light and freedom. A three-storey wrought iron staircase is one of the most interesting features in the house. Viewed from the is ths dining furnished in and top a bird's eye view of the kitchen. Double glass doors lead to one of the Freyman patios. Four thousand square feet of living space provide plenty cf elbow room for the family of architect Norman Fooks. The upstairs family room is furnished in a dra- matic combination of black leather furniture end rich purple carpeting and drapes. Walls are textured stucco and the ceiling rough-finish black wood. In their split cedar shake home overlook- ing the Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gourlay house a de- lightful collection of antiques. Much of the old furniture was brought from and the remainder is from early B.C. The downstairs living-dining areas are fur- nished with many treasured pieces. The pine dining was originally a counter in an old Ontario flour mill. End chairs are former bar chairs. Side chairs are bamboo-finish Windsors. DR. AND MRS. HARRY AFAfiANlS ;