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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 1H6 IFtHBRIDGE HERALD Friday. Dectmbtr 1. Check Christmas lighting now! 1972 YOUR GARDEN By habelle R. Young, F.R.H.S. CHECK. OUT ALL .STRINGS OF LIGHTS AVOiD OVER- LOADING CIRCUIT i USE ELECTRICAL JAPE TO REPAIR WORM FOR OUT- DOORS USE iWEAJHWJBOF FIXTURES C1IHISTMAS TIME is COMING: r'HKISTMAS trees, Christ- mas trees, green and sil- blunt end scissors, tied with cards. Glue only the ot ribbon, from the M-reatri' iver and gold! Long before we or o-her decorauon may IK add- used evergreens for Christmas the car.dle to the tree S3 this and are ussd lo cut pieces of makes it more realistic. Add a candy when desired. A red bow jstar. sprinkled with glitter and there vou have a lovelv decor-' By MR. the electric companies and n: an u: securer i or' Ugh'. bu. bs. Tr c ays tr.e in at 15 noc lighted up U the cr.e that locks Adduce '.vcri; car, be done a at a time. The main job c .in then be he. 1 in shor: order The preliminary work !5 mostly a matte: cf checking the equipment, ing on a I y out, findir.1 sources o: cower ar.d deterrri-i- ing how to use and cord> first, wiring should nor ce friye-J ar.d there should be r.o crocks to tho Lnjulation. Tighten bulbs Li the then shake the uire ovc-r its entire length. Lis' that flick- er indicate possible shores. that these circuits are a-, least: in use Plan to make conr.ocuon.-i over several to avoid overloading. Lights to be used outdoors should be ire type made spe- cifically for outdoor use. IT you tse an extension outdoors, wrap IL he c onr.ecuon to keep out moisture, Either tape nearly Vvitn electrical tape or wrap -.nth plastic film ar.d secure with tare. i decoratons, they were treasur- i ed and hipped by ancient j man. The Romans celebrated i the Saturnalia, in honor of Sa- liurnus. the god of Agriculture, in late December. Houses were decorated with greens and Hghis. and gifts such as pastry' for future happiness, lamps for light along the vray and coins tor prosperity were exchanged. Tr.e cold, drab winter seemed a [merit endless to the pagan GTuiGs and Celts of France and Britain, etc. and it was the for- est evergreens that seem to have a s pecial symbolism of mikletce for eternal life, and i lo keap away evil spirits the evergreen branches were put iover the door. As a sign of at tne top. A quick ar.d easy table decor- ation consols of a tall red can- dle, enclosed by 4 candy canes turned upside to form the alion. For a candle holder that costs very little, cut a round, 1 a s t i c detergent container i I dovm to 5 inches. With a pair of j heavy pinking shears cut strips 'I base. Tie or tape each cane to [approximately '-2 inch wide and candle individually close to the j then curve under with fingers. tie around al canes v-ith red satin ribbon to hide the bottom and near the top. Then jGlue the top of container ;bottom for candle holder. Spray [i all over lightly with gold paint, tape. Sprigs oj evergreen may small colored balls to ev- be added around the base. Make ery other strip and add some j greenery'. Put a small piece of: flora clay in bottom o; hold- sure the candle is taller than the car.dy To prevent candles from dripping on hold- ers and rshle'ops, if you are i not using the dr.ppless kind, cut er to anchor candle. t from O'.d Christmas card_ ard ,UD over _ Sh2pcd i are quite attractive mortality and a reminder EOT i spring to come again, the Ger- j ir.arjs and Scandinavian? placed j evergreen trees at their doors or in the houses in rubs. From these early traditions evolved our Christmas tree. The first a lit hentic record of a Christ- mas tree was dated at Stras- bourg 1521. Car.dles add- ed for decoration in During all these years, it was German custom the trim- NOTE: Alt questions should be sent with selt addressed- stamped, envelope to Mrs, I. P.. Yonng. 3G2D Centre B. St. N.W.. Calgary 43. Due lo children would the number of tetters asking make. Vrijna green con- i more than one question it is requested in future enquiries that only ONE question be submitted each as it is impossible for Mrs. Young (o reply lo all correspondence and do her practical garden- ing as well. straction paper. at a quar ter o: a circle- that 1" inches in diameter ''this makes four trees1. Forzr. into a con? and glue Cu: tiny cecora- tions such as car.dy canes. be'.U. wTeat hs candles e.c f r om as o; clics'ion of a hidden thro'.v uire av.-ay. of in the c-u'.er reinforce the spot '.nth c le cal tape. Plugs that are Icose or cracked shouM ho R e p J a c e all the huibs no'" put in a ;uDoJy of spares. The metal ends the should have z coat of -eiiy pre- vent corrosion Consider r.rj-.v rr. a A strins of liahta huna from ming of the Christmas tree. It the eaves be put up care- j was introduced into England fully. the to the metal early in the 13th century by books rather than allowing the German immigrants. Royalty to rub against the hooks. soon it. Since then, the This ?.il! prevent cujtc.m ha? spread to riL'ferent through ih-e insulation. of the world and has be- Do no-: run extension cores come ''big Smal! ci- here thev may be Ues and large become alive ever and driven over. 1: you brightly colored lights on ijis flood or spotlights for out- .trees, indoors ar.d out coor display, be sure to use lions are keen in some places. -satherprco: reflector type1 Whether you have a real live -eatherprco: seckets. or an artL'iria 1 one, they the ail seem to he a part of the Christmas activities. P'or that errtra special touch, somyHhing homemade is rJce. either to keep or to give Ever.'one loves to eat and an edible wreath '.'.ill hardhoard. or other roof panelooertl. is used for this display, Tr.e color- 3 d o r: r. a cutwt oc- rnade by tracing painting the colors in exact position tr.e full sizft pattern cesignates. i By folio-Alng directions pro- viced on the jwttem. no artis- tic skill U noeritd to dupliesu; the desisn. F'jH size out-inw permit a If.ter- ing tern p Is tt s p li f ;es acdin g your nair.e or other message. Senl SI.2-5 in or order for Outdoor Christmas CaM. psttem .To. to Car- The Leth- oridg-a Herald. P.O. Eoz SufJon A, Oritario. i KrJitor's Noift The Her- dois not handle these and It h necessary to sr-Dd for them to ,ft above adrfrnss in Torooto. write Hie address ai printed. 1 oronto Star Svndicalej Baldness hereditary WORLD ALMANAC FACTS exvsrior. afypesr; sps- i h-jze m s, charm w' Homograf Home Planning Service 1 carrying on 1 5 JARVIS SI-, TORONTO, ONTAKIO -.'1 L itorazfi ;rt rr.'ich ;f MM hofjk to Urx! of i tfit pulacr- Louvre. The NS Ship) Ssvsnridb, rncrchsnt f r-.ip, was lauric'ncd July 21, at Camden, NJ., Tne Vi'orW The was S0f> feet ]ong displaced 15.5S5 tins. There arc three other nu- 'if. clear-powered merchant ,'yr v e s 1 s t h t f.cnin, .'span; Soviet colors D SATURDAY SUPER SAVERS MERCHANDISE ON SALE TONIGHT 6 TO 9 P.M. AND ALL DAY SATURDAY 9 A.M. TO 6 P.M. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2nd A.M. IN THE SKILLET RESTAURANT BREAKFAST WITH SANTA ADULTS CHILDREN CANDY CANES ANO COLORING BOOKS FOR THE KIDDIES ELECTRIC CAN OPENER -Avocado, white, gold -Reg. 11.94 SPECIAL K KITCHEN TOOL SET 7 Modern decoratad handle Reg. 5.66 SPECIAL HEATER-VIBRATOR RECLINER BRADFORD 12 INCH PORTABLE TV Nougohyde cover Gold, black C Reg. 99.99 SPECIAL 12 month guorcntes Block and white C Reg. SI 29 SPECIAL MEN'S POLYESTER SUITS MEN'S NYLON SKi JACKETS -Double knit -Sizes 40 to 46 -Regufar end Soils -Reg. S79 SPECIAL 'TOYLAND SPECIAL' BATTLING TOPS -As seen on TV for all Jff SPECIAL ia a LADIES' KNIT TOPS -Sizei S.M.L. beige, navy -Nylon -----Reg. 4.84 SPECIAL -ICO's polyester lining -Sizes 34 lo 46 red green -Reg. 19.33 SPECIAL INFANTS' BLANKET SLEEPER -While with pink or blue or green or yellow -Sizes S-M.L -Reg. 3.23 SPECIAl 1H_ LADIES' SMOCK TOPS Sizes 10 lo 13 Red, blade, lOO'ri polyester Reg. 3.96 SPECIAL LADIES' SKI JACKETS LADIES CRIMP PANTS Sizes Blue, gold, berry Reg. 16.96 SPECIAL -100S polyester -Cuffed -Sizes 10 to 20 SPECIAL LADIES' POLYESTER ROBES LADIES' PARTY SLIPPERS -Sizes S.M.L. -Mauve, blue, pink -Reg 8.76 SPECIAL 5 to 9 -Gold, silver -Reg. 3.84 SPECIAL .Of CASH YOUR FAMILY ALLOWANCE CHEQUE at Zeller's you could win a SUPER RECLINER CHAIR DRAW 7O BE MADE DEC. 20th teller's County Fair ping Ccfllre on Mayer Magrath Drive. Open Darly 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday a.m. 10 9 p.m, Telephone ;