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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 31, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta (.ETHBWDOE HERALD Thurxfay, Augull 31, W2 Just Jude By JUDE TURIC IG11T FROM THE START, I knew 1 could never learn liow to cook. I hart had experience In boiling water, nnd I knew how to make a glass of chocolate milk. But the idea ot constructing nn entire, edible meal, was beyond me. As tho lurn o[ events would have it. my chances to learn the sacred art of cookery befell sooner than expected. On that particular day, I had enjoyed a (east of fried chicken and upon expressing my delight with the meal, the household chef decided to throw the recipe at me. Included was an olicr to supervise my first attempt at fizzling lire defealhcred bird. Not wishing to he ungrateful, 1 accepted and n date was set for my initiation. instructor showed up bright and eager with spices, bultcr, fork and fowl in hand. The trial had begun. Basically, chickens arc unco-operative. My first cliicken was In a particularity owly frame of and each time I tried to peel off bits of skin, it re- taliated by slipping out of my grasp. mien sprinkled with tcr.derizer it refused to allow the stuff to sink in and put everything else off-schedule. Behaving decently in the frying pan was not among my chicken's virtues, and it insisted on spurting, spitting, and throwing up hot butter on my unsuspecting arms. By the time my fried friend was placed on the table, I was a perfect example of a frazzled cook. Still, the true test was in the eating and the after-hours of tho night. Unfortunately, I flunked with Jiving colors, as reports filed in from my "guests" who had all sim't'iweously de- veloped stomach flu. JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, Aug. 31st Sponiored by Ladies' Aid of St. Peter ond St. Poul'f Criurth STARTS P.M. SHARP-PARISH HALL CORNER 12lh STREET E AND 7ln AVENUE NORTH Jackpol Starts at ond is Won Every Thursday 2nd JocVpol in 54 Number! Slh 7 No. Jackpot J40 Pot 'O Gold 530 25c PER CARD OR 5 FOR SI.00 ALSO FREE CARDS, FREE GAMES AND A DOOR PRIZl under 16 years not allowed WHAT'S IN STORE? by Lois McLean Davis The opening buzzer of ihe school lerm [t o belt tliot rings memories for me: a sky hazy with fragments of har- vest a smell of paint and varnish In a classroom foretelling chalk dusl lo come, the cool smoolhness inside new shoe! that meet! wriggling loei, the crisp purity of o new scribbler page The binding of a nevr text book crack- les open, announcing a beginning. A HOMEMAKER'S HOMEWORK A bulletin board In trie laundry room ond o marking pencil can maVe lha proper care of school clothes an easier laik. Many garments carry a tog of washing instructions. Tack these logs to the bulletin board once they have been labelled. Belter slill, assign this chore to one of the studcnlJ in your home, LAUNCHING LUNCHES Home-comeri range from shiny-eyed beginners random spaced taelh to gigcjling Junior Highs and more sedate High Schoolers. In one respect they are the samo they'll bo hungry. Try these not muffins (or lunch. OAT MUFFINS 1 cup rolled oals 1.7 cup brown sugar 1 cup sour milk or buMermilk 1 egg, beaten 1 cup flour 4 tbsps. oil 1 tip. baling ior melted shortening! tsp. soil e'JP raisins Soak oats in milk for I hour, Sift dry ingredients. Add dry ingredients, melted shortening and raisins lo oat mixture. Bake 15 to 20 minutes in 375 degree oven. PRE-DINNER WINNER The moit popular cruntKy for after school inatlcs is thit home is Squirrel Grub. Called something elio in a book, Iheie delicious munchies wera first introduced lo us by the gracious nosteis of Squirrel Lodge-wrilcr, orlisl Vera Collins Webb, Acfrnist their ned HI iivhofe hearted approval, our school-ocjers CT ers who he willing lo iclp in emergencies in peoples' lomes for a few days at a lime heavy housework. Further >articulars may bfl obtained at he centre. SQUIRREL GRUB 2 ban Mclntcrch Toffee 2 cjpl corn flaVet 2 tbspl. canned mil'< ].i cup peanuts Moll Ihe loffee iri the upper half of o doubk boiler. Stir fn the canned rnilk unlrl il imoolh. Add )rio flakcj ond nuts. Stir. While It il Hill hot dip out spoon-sired clumpi ond tat on a waxed paper. Pinch eoch clump beforo it hai cooled. DENTAL PREVENTAL and danDitt have jaid, "eatina a corral or apple il the belt substitute- for looth brushing." Remember Ihis you go shopping. From 1rie fresh produce display in your L-MarT, select some of those tempting frulfs end vegetables for home-timo snacVs. Wash and arrange these goodies in a bowl, srore them in trio 'fridge, serve after sweets. Look mo, cfeort leathl ITEMS TO ADD TO YOUR L-MART tIST INGREDIENTS FOR OAT MUFFINS VEGETABLES AND FRUIT INGREDIENTS FOR SQUIRREL GRUB Send Your Contributions to "WHAT'S IN STOR? Box 124, Uthbridge Herald NEW OFFICE HOURS Monday thru Saturday inclusive a.m. to p.m. OPTOMETRISTS Drs. C. A. Palmer R. Fabbi A. Localelli 407 Slh ST. S. IETKBRIDGE PHONE 327-1222 IWeeWhimsvl BINGO Scandinavian Hail 229 !2lh SI. "C" N, Fri., Sept. 1st Slculi ul p.m. Doors Open at p.m. 5 Cards for GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH 4lh, 8th and 12th in 7 Numbers or Ion WORTH In 53 Numbers Sorry ISo Onto Under 16 Yean of Ago Allowed Late Summer SAVINGS BATHING SUITS Vi Off WE STILL HAVE ONE RACK OF SPRING SUMMER CLEARANCE ITEMS SAVING OF UP TO 50% Off -W" PRIMROSE SHOP 313 6lh ST. S. PH. 327-2244 OPEN THURSDAY AND FRIDAY UN1IL 9 P.M. Fabulous New Shoe Fashions for Back-io-Sehoo! S SAUCE For Swiss Steak JUST ADD THE MEAT Tlit breakthrough company. Children's and Misses' Styles By e BUSTER BROWN e SUSAN SAVAGE BOYS' SHOES Slip-ons and Oxfords Alto Ttio New Heavy Look hy-BUSTER BROWN -SAVAGE New idea: just add meat. This Complete Cooking Sauce from Swift contains all the seasonings you need for unbelievably good Swiss steak. TEENERS7 SHOES All tho very latost styles by: It's right from the can. Zippier than soups. And a whole lot oasicr than dry s.iuoo mixes. Just take 1 !4 Ibs. round or chuck steak, cut into serving-size pieces. with flour. Brown in skillet.Then add 1 can Swift sauce for Swiss steak. Cover. And sim- mer or bake at (or 1 hr or until tender. It's that simple! Ant) you won't believe the flavour. Tender, juicy and absolutely super. Try our other complete cooking sauces, for pork chops or meat loaf. You'll find original recipes in- side all the labels. Susan Woolley Rosita Savage VISIT OUR NEWLY REMODELLED ENLARGED STORE L GREEN'S SHOES ON SIXTH STREET SOUTH :10t 1QC save Towards your purchase of any of our now Swift sauces for meat loaf, pork or Swits steak TO THE DEALER: Swill i Co.. Limited will rurtaem IMi coupon for irom us jLulfitlanl ol Swift Caucci to variant Irwolcfli cnvarfng your purr.hasn must bo submitted nn riqutit. Caih value ol lo Herbert A. LM.'r.O. HO, Toronto, Ortl. Enlar oppanH Ma, 33 coupon Take Ihls coupon lo your grocer 0 SAUCE ftrSwissSttak WT ADO THE MEAT LH2-MS-400-S ;