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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, December 18, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 21 They learn mountain-climbing Her students climb the walls DENVER, Colo. (AP) Bpb- bi Sheer has her Alameda high school students climbing the walls. They jump off the roof, too. Miss Sheer, whose well- tanned face is a Up off to her favorite sport, teaches moun- tain climbing. And what bet- ter placj to practise than on the sheer walls of the school. So, twice weekly, members of her 30-student class obtain bolts and ropes and step off the 40- foot roof to lower themselves down the wall. Miss Sheer, who in seven years of mountaineering has conquered most of the highest Eocky Mountain peaks, said one year hi her class gives most students "a good, solid begin- ning" in climbing. "The real purpose of the ex- perience, how eve she said, "is to scare the hell out of the kids so they can learn who they are and what they can cope with." The techniques earned by de- scending the school walls are put to practical use on week- end trips into the nearby ro- ckies. love is... bringing borne the Christmas tree. CLIMBING THE WALLS at Alameda High School just outside Denver don't pay too much attention anymore when they see a group of fellow students climbing down the side of the school wall. About 30 students are enrolled in the class sponsored by Miss Bobbi Sheer (left) a faculty member at the school. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I'm a 13-year-old girl who is too to talk to anyone about my problem. I still wet the bed and can't stop no matter how hard I try. Because of this I have never been able to go to camp or sleep at anybody's house. The worst part is I have a big-mouth brother who tells everybody. He teases me and calls ine "Baby." This is awfully hard to take. Three years ago Mom took me to a urologist to see If there was something wrong with my kidneys or bladder. The doctor took all kinds of tests and said I was in perfect health. That very night I wet the bed. Mom got mad. She called me and said I was wetting the bed on pur- pose. Nothing could be further from the truth. I'd give any- thing if I could stop, Ann. It would change my whole life. Please help me. Floater DEAR N.F.: When a parent takes a child to a doctor and Is told, "The tests show nothing organically I don't understand why in the world that parent doesn't ask the doc- tor, "What then IS the reason for my problem? What should we do The vast majority of bed welters have no organic illness. The bed wetting is caused by an emotional problem. Every good urologist knows this. You should have had professional counseling years ago. Your mother should waste no more time. f J If 11 local m Bethel No. 2 of the Interna- tional Order of Job's Daught- ers will meet at 7 p.m. on Sat- urday to the Masonic Hall on 30th a. S. All members and parents are welcome. Southminster Circle Square dance club will hold its regu- lar dance, Saturday at p.m. in Southminster hall. Women are requested to bring a box lunch. A turkey bingo and bake sale will be held Monday at 8 p.m in St. Patrick's church hall. Ev- eryone welcome. The Lethbridge University Women's Club will hold its Christmas party, Monday in the home of Mrs. Cathy Thrall, 2847 Parkside Dr. at p.m. Mem- bers are asked to call Mrs. Pat- ti Ferguson, 328-7265 if plan- ning to attend. DAUGHTERS OF THE NILE RAFFIE WINNERS HANDMADE TABlECtOTH-won fay Judy Nelson, 1310 17th Avenus 5., Urhbridgs Ticket drowr. by Mr. Ed Bostedo President of tethbridgo Shrine Club B ASTEDO FURNITURE Phone 327-7711 522 5th STREET 5. PRE- 2M OFF ALL FURNITURE ON THE FLOOR LAMPS TABIES CHESTERFIHDS _ ODD CHAIRJ Homemaker BY ELIZABETH BARTMAN Holidays bring happy mem ones for grandparents of time shared when the children were growing up. For young parents such tunes mean opportunities for new traditions to begin tc grow. The young parents become the host and hostess when their parents come for the holiday feast. The young mother be- comes the proud cook and the young father may reign su preme over the carving of the bird. Modern foods, new equip- ment and changes in tastes d mand reconstructed menus, re- cipes, and ways of doing things Two pamphlets, "Cooking Al- berta's Turkey" and "How to ve Chicken and Turkey' available to y o u from my of- fice, have well-tested, up-to-date lecipes and methods for your use. It used to be thought that frozen poultry should be cook- ed as soon as thawed. However, Dorothy Batcheller, Home Eco- nomics Director of the Poultry Products Institute, states that :ests have shown otherwise. Thawed turkeys may be safely leld in the refrigerator for two days. Thaw frozen bird in unopen ed freezer bag until pliable, re- move from wrapper, take out iblets and neck, cover loosely vith waxed paper and refriger- ate until completely thawed. This ensures tender tin-key. Cook within two days. There are certain necessary steps to prepare the bird for the oven. Singe off fine feath- ers and pull out pin feathers vith small tweezers, if neces- ary. Kinse the bird inside and ut. Examine the cavity and emove bits of lung, windpipe, tc. Wipe dry. For maximum ase in carving, you may re- nove the wishbone. The bird may be stuffed with our favorite dressing or the ressing may be baked sep- rately. Thu latter calls for less poking time. Truss the turkey give it an attractive coin- act appearance. A homemade fting cradle made from clean tring will be handly. Just as a well planned menu will enable you to cook some of the items ahead of the bi] day, so will you be able to plan your menu to take into con sidcration lack of oven space or dishes. Remember your rotis scrie and your outdoor kettL style covered grill, using the in struetions with this equipment There are large aluminum foi roasters in the stores which could be used as a substitute platter, too. Turkeys of any size from small to mammoth may he had for any sized family. You may roast them whole, halved, Or quartered. Roasting means to cook, uncovered, rath no liquk added, at a low temperature in a shallow pan with occasiona" basting. Remember that closed roaster will steam the turkey and so cook in a shorter period; similarly, when a hire is wrapped in foil or roasting film. In such cases the bird does not have a good appear- ance nor a roasted flavor. Many European trained chefs prefer poultry slightly un- derdone (it carves easier) with a pinkish tinge to the juice. But most Canadians prefer poultry cooked to the stage when the meat juice is clear or slightly amber colored. Dry, tough meat usually indicated over- cooking. Between these two un- desirable stages is the delicious moist, tesder turkey. Next week I will suggest garnishes and give you a re- cipe for a delectable gravy. Rust is the worst stain to get off clothes. Put some drops of emon on the stain only and salt in top of it. Let dry and then wash. The method can be re- if necessary. THE CIEANEST WASH IN TOWN THE BiG Launderette 1263 3rd Avenue South CANADA GRADE UTILITY ada Grade A, 20 Ibs. find over Ib, PART SKINNED fl WHOLE I? HAMS Steak Rump Roast Shrimp Table Rite, Canada Choice Red Brand Table Rite, Canada Choice Red Brand, bone in Ib. Martin Brand Louisiana Whita 5-lb. box Peaches or Pears NIBLETS 1 Corn or CORN I Miracie whip Lard Tomato Juice Canned HT 4J ,89 ,00 Kraft.....32 fl. or. jar Swift's 1-lb. pkg. Libby 48 fl. or. tins MAXWELL HOUSE REGULAR Top Valu Asst. 10 fl. oz. tins fAFFFF I Cranberry Sauce p AQ VVllLt If Ocean Spray, whole or jellied 14 fl. er. tins for "TV Ocean Spray, whole or jellied 14 fl. er. tins Heinz Bread and Butter 48 fI. oz. jar I PINEAPPLE JUICE ci Pickles Potato Chips Foil Wrap Chocolates Sweet Mix Pickles Mixed NutsPinoT Orange Juice 89 Nalley's Tri Fak .....9-oi. pkgs. far Reynolds H.D...... 18 inch roll Lowney's Asst....... I4-oz. box 75' 99 99' 'ree, no peanuts 2-lb. pkg. K I. er. lins W for 1 i" nn I f I FLORIDA A Kitchen Aid Dishwasher For Christmas Portable ond under counter models en display at LETHBRIDGE APPLIANCE CO. 90S 3rd S. Phone 327-44S6 Canada No. 1 each 49 5J ,00 RUBY RED i Celery Hearts GRAPEFRUU fr Canada Fey, Golden Delicious Cauliflower We Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities. Prices Effective Until Closing Saturday, Dec. 19th ;