Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 12, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
Sglurtluy, Dotuiiliur I'J, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 19 ivina Ci a i" H IEE5E BLACK DIAMOND Beer cure, wine cure. Champagne cure; Wens- leydale, Cheshire, Caerphilly, Gloucester, Lan- cashire, Hickory Smoked, French onion. BLUE CHEESE ROQUEFORT DANKQ SMOKED COCKTAIL MIXES Granthnms; 26-oz. bottles; Whiskey Sour; ManhaHen; Screw Driver; Black Russian; Mai Tai; Old Fashioned and Tom Collins. Food spectacular at local college Guest Time Cocktail Mixes; Lemon Barley Water. I'm king, says 90 pound Sturgeon Crusty, rye, pumpernickel, French or fruit, pick any Food. food, food and so much of it that Henry VIII of Eng- land could have a month of banquets and still never eat it all. One can hardly begin to de- scribe the lavish array of ap- petizing edibles, prepared by the 30 students and 18 staff members of the commercial cooking classes at, the L e t h- bridge Community College, Fri- day afternoon. An untrained eve could uever possibly guess that hidden un- der a snow white icing goose was a whole leg of veal, proper- ly named a steamship round, informed a cooking student. A crown of ribs swirled to a roy- al looking dish and with the sur- rounding 245 cuts of poultry, one could hardly resist a tasty bite. Pure white turkeys, which bad been glazed in pure beef fat, only needed to be slipped into the oven for two additional hours, to turn a tempting brown complete with savory basting. Highlighting the seafood sec- I tion were live turtles and lob- sters which only had to be, popped into boiling water for a j jiffy delicacy, according to Rob-1 ert Lloyd, cooking student. I The cakes on a long, long la j ble could have totalled at least a ton of icing and with such i fijjger licking temptations in I sight, it was too much for a few little children to resist. That one lick must have been worth tlie slapped hand from the smiles on their faces. Whoever would have thought a morav eel could be such a tempting sight when surrounded j with throngs of frogs legs and prawn trees. But the octopuses stately heading either end of the seafood table guarded all tasty morsels from wishing mouths and quick fingers. But sad to say it all went grad- ually in an auction sale and smorgasbord. Maybe next year. In Redwood Trays. Dried fruits, glaced fruits and nuts. Hand packed and gracefully displayed. IMPORTED ENGLISH TEAS Both Teabags and Loose Twinings Be Sure To Shop OUR CHRISTMAS SPECIALS i A calendar of local happenings a ll UN, RECLINERS CHESTERFIELDS ODD CHAIRS TOP QUALITY AT SPECIAL PRICES NOW AT The monthly meeting of thej Faith Kebekah Lodge meets Ladies Auxiliary to the Royal j Monday at 8 p.m. in the Odd- Canadian Legion will be held j fellows Hall. Election of offi- Tuesday at p.m. in the j cere will be held. Joint Christ- Normandy Lounge. Joint in- i mas party for Dominion and stallation of officers with the i Faith members to follow with men's branch will follow. En- tertainment. Members are please asked to note change of time and date. B ASTEDO FURNITURE AND UPHOLSTERY 522 5th St. S. Ph. 7-7711 S Loyal Order of Moose social and dance will be held Satur- day at 9 p.m. the Moose Hall 1234 3 Avc. N. Music by by Bridge-Town Trio. For members and invited guests. The Ladies Auxiliary 10 St. Michael's General Hospital will meet in the nurses' residence on Monday at !f p.m. Christinas gifts for children in the hospital will be wrapped. JUDY SKIBA (CASSEN) Has Joined the Staff of STYLE-RITE BEAUTY SALON Judy welconms all her many friends and lonieri. lo drop in soon, Christmas and New Year's Eve Appointments are now being made TELEPHONE 327-5000 STYLE-RITE BEAUTY SALON 1514 9lb AVE. S. gift, exchange. Visiting Rebe- kahs welcome. Southminster Square Dance learners groups will hold a Christmas party Monday at 8 p.m. in Southminsier Hall. Lunch will be a smorgasbord. Regular meeting to the Ladies Auxiliary to the Muni- cipal Hospital will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the nurses lounge. Members are asked to bring scissors as Christmas favors will be made. A good al tendance is request- ed. The Golden Mile Drop-in Cen- tre and the over 00 group will be having a pot-luck lunch at 1 p.m. Wednesday in Soulhinm- ster Hall to be followed by movies. All friends arc come- The Order of the Royal Pur- ple will hold its regular meet- ing on Monday al 8 p.m. in the Elks Hall. The annual mem- orial service will be held. Members please requested to note this will be the only meet- ing held in December. 'lire Lethbridge Community College Faculty Wives Associa- tion will hold a Fondue Party at the home of Mrs. W, Ivi- son. 1204 31st St. A S.. Monday evening at. 8 p.m. The Christinas party and general meeting of the" Origi- nal Pensioners and Senior Citi- zens Society Incorporated will I be held Tuesday in gym 2 of the Civic Sports' Centre at p.m. Members arc requested to note the dale change to Dec. 15. Entertainment will be pro- vided by the Janoni Brothers of Nobleford. Hi Neighbor Club will hold its Christmas Dance Friday, Dec. 18 at Sue's Coffee Bar Banquet iloom from 8 p.m. Women are requested to bring a gift for each other and the same for men. There will be I no dancing on Thursdays for the rest of the year. The Mon- day night classes will be held as usual 8 lo 10.30 o'clock in the Westminster School gym. AH are invited for a good time and may bring a friend. Ruguiar FOE bingo will be j j held tonight at 8 o'clock in the Eagles' Hall, Jackpol of S150 in 55 numbers. Every one wel- come- A public reception will be held following the Singing Tree in Ihe Yates Memorial Centre on Sunday. Mrs. R. Harrison is convener for the occasion hon- oring the Anne Campbell Sing- el's. Ail invitation is extended to all ticket holders. YOUR CHOICE OF FANCY FOODS EXPERTLY GIFT WRAPPED FANCY IMPORTED TINNED BISCUIT 15 Different Designed Tins IMPORTED GiFT PACKS OF JAMS Tartan 6 pack and '12 pock Trappisl Wine Jellies Robertson's Gift Packs FROM ,03.39 TOSCA BRAND Artichoke Hearts; Minted Pears; Cinnamon Pears; Spiced Apple Rings; Spiced Crab uppies; Coconut Syrup, CHOCOLATES SWISS, GERMAN, CANADIAN, ITALIAN Lindt Assortment Regent Deluxe towney's Mdraschinp Vesta Delecto Half and Half Hazel Nut Whirls Chocolate Orange Pack Pol of Gold Gift Pack GATO FRUIT AND CHERRY CAKE Molly O'Rourke'! Irish Whisky Fruit Cake Danish Rum Cake (Jamaica Rum) La Villc Brandy Cakes Rum Cakes Whisky Sour Cakes Amoycon Plum Sauce. Crosse and Blackwell Plum Pudding Vi and Mb. tins La Ville Brandy Sauce and Rum Sauce THE BETTER HALF By Bob Barnes The regular meeting of tlie Lelhbridge Toast Masters Club will be held Monday at G p.m. j in tlic Park i-Maza motor hotel. I Tlie program includes a debate I on the drug situation and the legalization of m a r i j u a n a., Anyone interested in learning' public speaking is invited to 1 contact Iho cluli executive at. the meeting or write, l-ctli-1 bridge Toast Master Club, J5 N.. Uithbridgo, I''orl Macleod square dancers j will hole1 a Christmas dance i i with an exchange of gifts, on Monday at p.m., with round dance practice at 8 p.m., in the elementary school. All square dancers welcome, i Lunch will he a smorgasbord and women arc requested to! bring a ant! cups, NON-ALCHOHOLIC WiNES AND JUICES Ginget Wine; Ribena Block Curronl Juice; Sparkling Grape Juice; Naturcllci Red and White Grope Juice; Idris Orange Squash; Idris Lemon Barley Water. IMPORTED PIXIE BRAND Pineapple Sticks, 3 flavors, 6-01. jars; Watermelon Rinds; Kumquats; Spiced Fruits; Pickled Wainuts; FANCY IMPORTED SOUP Bon Vivool Brand Consomme Modritene; Block Bean; Pepper-' pot; Cream of Artichoke; Viehyssoise; Cream of Cucumber, OLIVES A large variety; wine cured, celery stuffed, onion stuf- fed, almond stuffed, pimento stuffed; cockfarl olives, Queen olivesr ripe olives. "I'm seeing to it that you get the best possible core I insisted lliol all of your nurses have it least ihirty years experience."