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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 16 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Friday, December 20, 1974 GVSfe're Ready for GChristmas r ylRE YOU? GBecatise1bmorrow, Monday and Tuesday are the final Three SHOPPING DAYS before cCHRISTMAS...here's a Guide for all those Little EXTRAS! Preserve old customs by serving sau- sages and cheese while tempting taste- buds with cookies, candies, nuts, choco- late assortments... or keep the practice of having plenty of candy canes around. Remember that candles, in any shape or size, will spread a spirited glow through your home. Get into the festive mood by dec- orating rooms and hallways with Poinsettias or other potted plants... sure reminders that Christmas is here. Kow alxmt fire logs to help a roaring fire crackle and warm those anxiously awaiting Santa's arrival. Snap! A camera captures the fleeting Christmas moments so they may stay with you forever. Flashbulbs... don't forget flashbulbs that make those precious Christmas pictures possible. Got all the batteries you need? Some toys won't produce a smile if they don't go and your camera can only catch those happy smiles if the flash works. Adorn packages with colourful giftwrap topped off with shiny bows and seals that convey a special, personal message. Let the Christmas spirit sound out with records and tapes, or provide your own melodies from sheet music. Listen to the happy noises your family pet will make realizing everyone is get- ting a gift this year. Keep a good supply of Christmas lights on hand. Light up the outside of your home or make the brightest tree ever making sure there's an extension cord long enough. Keeping with old traditions, hang stock- ings filled with small toys and dolly clothes for the children, fragrant per- fumes for discriminating women or brazen cologne for all the men. Enhance the simplicity of thank-you notes by writing your private messages on colourful stationery or handy note- paper. How about glasses? Got enough? Be prepared to raise a deserved toast to the solemn nature of Christmas. Get ready for those overnight guests with plenty of linens and towels. Surprise those hard-to-buy-for-people on your list with a Woolco Gift Certifi- cate the gift that lets them choose. Finally consider your tablesetting, beautifully laid out with an elegant tablecloth, napkins and Christmas crackers. Centrepiece and shiny cutlery gleam with seasonal sentiments. At last, as the final hours of preparation bid you welcome, consider yourself. Buy a deserving gift of your choice be it a pair of cozy slippers, a new outfit or just a housecoat to lounge around in Christmas morning. Now, you haven't missed a thing. And in the midst of this most special time, takes this opportunity to extend warm Christmas wishes and seasonal greetings... to everyone. DEPARTMENT STORES iWNMQF FW mounmico in College Shopping Mall 2025 Mayor Magrath Drive Open Daily a.m. to p.m. Saturday a.m. to p.m. Until Dec. 23rd WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES IIYNITICINHBHICf SATISFACTION GIIMUNTEED ;