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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 13, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 10 THE IETHBRIDGE HIRAID Friday, July 13, 1973 HOME OF THE WEEK PQgcu r i YOUR GARDEN By Isabella R. Young, F.R.H.S. DESIGN R3-40S The ever popular ranch home featured here, has the tradi- tional low-pitch, wide-over- hanging roof, a pleasing use of vertical siding and brick, and a sheltered front flower court Not so traditional, but desir- able are the two entrances in the front. One leads into the front ball and house proper the other leads directly into the den or a professional office I Stairs to the basement are off the front entry hall, eliminating unnecessary traffic through the house when entertaining in the rec. room. Long living dining I room is highlighted by ledge rock fireplace and a door leads I to covered porch which has exit to two-car garage. L-shaped kitchen and laundry has every- I thing from deep freezer space to snack bar to planning desk. A fruit room and roughed in wash room plumbing are found ic the basement. This plan has "a heap o'livmg" in less than MOO sq. ft. (Copyright 1973. Toronto Star Syndicate) 406 ISS4- 5Q FIT GAR.. 60S Home-O-Graph Home Planning Service 40 JARVIS ST., TORONTO, ONTARIO M5C 2H1 I enclose 00 each (plus 25 cents for handling and mailing) for two new books "Home Design for Cana- dians" Book 1 presents designs for homes up to 1600 sq. ft for 1 storey ond split level, 1850 sq ft for one and one half ond 2 storey Book 2 includes larger homes and vacation homss. Also avai'able is an 18 page book of duplex and multiple home designs at 50 cents, i Please send an order form so that I may order builder's fcr the design shown above. NAME ADDRESS f I -TIJ 327 J THOSE DELIGHTFUL MINIATURES I couldn't let the summer go by without commenting on Min- iature Roses, those charming little replicas of hybrid Teas and Floribundas. A true rose, they originally came from China, and grow approximate- ly 4 to 12 inches in height. They have tiny leaves, min- ute thorns and the buds are about the size of a grain of wheat. Some of tie flowers, when fully open, fit inside a thimble and others are about the size of a quarter. They are well adapted to pots, beds, rock gardens, borders, edgings, for greenhouse and indoor use and bloom almost continuously all summer. While they are small and delicate looking, they are quite hardy and winter very well outdoors. Some varieties are also pleasantly scented. As a cut flower, they are long lasting and for corsages, they are excellent. These little "gems" are be- coming more and more popular. We have quite a display in our rose show in Calgary, and last week I had the pleasure of at- tending the Spokane Rose Show, with many outstanding exhibits of miniatures. They were a source of pleasure to young and old alike. I think that once you grow them, you will not be without them and will want to add new ones each year to your collection. Be- sides the little bushes, there are cumbers and standard or tree roses. For bedding pur- poses, plant 9 inches apart, in a sunny spot, in a soil as for hybrid teas, etc, one that is well drained and moderately rich and in a location that is protected from strong winds. When growing in pots, use a compost of equal parts of loam, peat moss, sand and well-rott- ed A five to seven inch pot (depending on the size of the plant) is satisfactory for these roses. Plastic pots are preferred by some as they do not dry out quite as quickly as the clay. You can leave the pots outside on the patio or rther parts of the garden dur- ing the summer, but before winter sets in, they should be taken out of the pots and plant- ed in the garden. If used in- doors, place in the sunniest win- dow or grow under fluorescent lights. If the plants become too lanky, which they sometimes do, cut back to about 3 inches above soil level. They soon make a quick comeback and send out new leaf and bud growth. Roses do best if given ade- quate humidity, which is sup- plied by placing on a saucer of moist pebbles, peat moss or coarse sand. This also helps to cut down on spider mite infes- tation. Keep the plants moist, but not overly wet and feed twice a month with a soluble fertilizer or one specially put out for roses, used according to directions on container. If spider mites appear, spray with Kelthane, Mazinon, Isotox or other chemicals for this pur- pose. This is usually caused if grown under conditions with high temperatures and low hu- midity. If growing outdoors; during the summer and you wish to bring them in later on, leave outside in a sheltered spot to rest until about the end of December. Bring them in, cut down the plants to 3 inches, spray and then fertilize and place in a sunny window or under fluorescent lights. The Calgary Rose Society will be holding its first Annual Rose Show in the Chinook Mall, Woodwards, on July 27 and 28, with many beautiful trophies and ribbons to be won. This show is open to all who wish to exhibit There are classes for Hybrid Teas, Flor- ibunda or Polyanthas, Grandi- floras, Miniatures, Shrub, Ar- rangements, Corsages, etc. En- tries will be received from p.m. to p.m. Friday, July 27. This is an opportunity to show others what you can do and also give them the plea- sure of your efforts. For furth- er information, contact Dave Coulter, 1216 2nd St. N.W., Mrs. J. Enns, 3224 Morley Trail NW, or Mrs. A. Walters, 1MO 45th St. S.W. Calgary. Try picnicking in your own yard By DONALD R. BRANN When the afternoon sun be- gins to set, and tte mind and wdy turn toward dinner, why not enjoy a change of pace with a picnic in your own back- yard. Eliminate the danger of Towded highways, save time, temper, your car's fenders, and still enjoy the same sky, stars and soft moonlight. The fun and festivities begin the minute you make the suggestion, pro- vided you have an out-door pic- nic table. The one illustrated can be wilt to 6 ft. length or longer from stock lumber. The full- size pattern offered below ex- plains every step in language everyone can readily follow. Assembly illustrations show ex- actly where each piece is fas- tened while a purchase list of materials specifies what to buy, and where each is used. Even location of bolt holes are shown on pattern to further simplify construction. Send in cheque or money order for Pattern No. 22, Picnic Table Carpentry Dept., The Lethbridge Herald, P.O. Box 4090, Postal Station A, Tor- onto, Ontario M5W 1M9. Editor's Note The Her- ald does not handle these blueprints and it is necessary to send requests for them to the above address in Toronto. Please write the address as printed. (Copyright 1973 Toronto Star Syndicate) Before painting get prepared! By MR. FIX Some people find painting ier than others. It's a matter of knowing a few tricks of the trade, of taking a little more care with preparation and sav- ing even more time on the job than the little amount you spent in advance work. It's a matter of picking your time and even your place. Faint in the shade. As the sun moves around your house, you move too, but in the other direction. The work will bo cooler, easier and less tiring. There's more than comfort involved, however. The sun's heat will draw the oik in the paint to the surface. Paint in the shade and there's less danger of paint failure. Paint during clear, dry wea- ther. If there has been a heavy rain, wait several days for the siding to become thoroughly dry. Don't start too soon in the morning if there has been a heavy dew. Give it tone to evaporate. Oil paints need a completely dry surface. Latex paints can be put over a slightly moist surface but don't press your luck and apply it over too much. Have enough paint on hand when you start work. Stopping to run out for more paint will throw you back more than you think. Check paint labels for of covering power. Figure about 400 square feet per gallon for the average older house, a little more area than that for a second coat. Get a gallon of trim paint. Most houses will need that much. Even if you end up us- ing a little less, it's cheaper than buying trim paint a quart at ft time. The extra, if there's any, is good for touchups. Have everything you need before you start. Besides paint and ladders and brushes, you will need thinners, pers, sandpaper, drop cloths. Wear old clothes. Avoid ten- nis shoes. You'll feel the la- der's rungs right through them. A drop cloth is very impor- tant. It can save you many ex- tra hours that you would have to spend cleaning up. Cover sidewalks, drives, shrubbery. Have plenty of rags and keep one handy. Wipe up the drop of paint that lands in OK wrong place and do it right away. It's easy then. Keep a putty knife in your pocket. Use it to scrape off loose or blistering paint. If peeling and blistering are ex- tensive, do all your scraping and sanding first. This will allow you to paint without major interruptions later. Use a wire brush for clean- ing accumulated dirt Calk before you paint, or as you paint. But don't calk after. (Newspaper Enterprise Asra.) HAVE EVERYTHING YOU NEED BEFORE YOU START RECORD BREAKING DAYS FRIDAY 7P.M. SPECIALS SHOP TONIGHT (FRIDAY) FOR THESE OUTSTANDING 7 P.M SPECIALS. PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY. Girls' Plaid Flares Cay summer cotton pants In colorful plaid design. 4 Half boxer waist. Flare legs. Sizes 4 to 6x. PAIR I Girls' Woar, Main Floor Angel Top Sets Half Price! For your own "little These pretty sets consist of angel- style biouse on top and slreich nylon pants. A Sizes 1 and 2 only. SET C.C" Children's Woar, Main Floor Baby Scott Disposable Diapers Comfortable travel companions for baby, these handy d.spos- oble diapers come in two sizes. l.ltt Reairiar sire. doz. 1.33 Men's Sport Shirts Long sleeve sport shirrs token -from regular stock and reduced to clear quickly. Take advantage of this saving. There ara polyester and cotton, and some knits in the group. QQ Plaid Seersucker Assorted colors in broken size range. EACH Men's Wear, Main Floor All cotton. Suitable for sewing summer pant suits, tops, dresses, etc Assorted plaids. A CA YARD Fabrics, lower Floor Washable 45" wide. Men's Brevets low rise brevets by Stanfieias are made of 80% cotton end 20% nylon. They come in assorted colors, and are marked at one low price. EACH Men's Woar, Main Floor Polyester Crepe 990 100% polyester crepe mokes up into lovely dresses er b'cuses. Crease-resistant and washable. 4 QA 45" wide. YARD Dress Fabrics, lower Floor Newborn size, dot Regular sire, doz. Baby Shop, Main Floor Lipsticks Natural Wonder fay Revlon. Greet slickers for summer wear. Assorted shades in frosted tones. Treat your- A self to a new lipstick and save money. for Cosmetics, Main Floor Sunglasses Pooular styles, far men and women. Protect your eyes from the sun's glare. Choose f-wn our wide assortment. EACH Men's Polo Shirts Short sleeve polo shirts of terry cloth come in 3 styles Colors are navy, white, yellow, and blue. Sizes small, A QQ medium, large, and extra large. EACH Wew9 Men's Wear, Main Floor Boys' Shirts Skeeter brand by Style Guild, these shirts ore made in Con- ado. 50% polyester and 50% cotton permanent press fab-ic in plains and patterns. Colors of blue, brown, and 4 QQ Travel Tweed green. Sizes 8, 10, 12 EACH Bays' Woar, Main Floor 100% spun rayon travel tweed is just the thing to fashion holiday clothes from. Crush resistant and wash- 4 QQ able. 36" wide. YARD Dress Fabrics, lower Floor Pontoon 50% polyester, 50% rayon. A linen-like fabric will fashion beautifully into pant suits, dresses, skirts, etc. Gay summer colors. Machine wash and tumble dry. A Wooden Wine Rack Store your wine neatly with this wine rack, and store It the way it was meant to be stored. Mahogany stain A QQ wooden construction. Holds 9 bottles. EACH dww Notions, tower Floor Dinner Sets English Ironstone dinnerware. Some are bold, some are mod- ern, but oil sets are made to stand up to everyday wear and tear. 15.99 22.99 12.79 14.99 Chinaware, Second ROOT 20-pce. sot for 4 30-pce. set for 6 Complotor sets lo match above. 5-pco. set 6-pee. ed Cedar Tub with Stand Unstained 12" cedar tub with stand. Ideal for plants to set on porches or around patios. EACH W.MW Garden Shop, lower Floor 45" wide. Motn Floor Striped Terry Polo Shirts So comfortable for summer wear, and so easy when n comes time to launder Assorted stripes in stretch terry doth, (hirfi hare 4 button placket, and come in sizes "9 QQ medium, large, ond extra large. EACH Men's Wear, Main Floor Polo Shirts Short sleeve po'o flirts fashioned from 100% nylon hove 4 buron plocket wnh collor. Colors cf yeilow, blue, beige, brown, ond navy, in uzes small, medium, large ond ertra Jorge EACH 6.99 Wear, Main near Clearance of Boys' Pants A good sire and color range ore offered to you in these boys' pants. Made of twill and brushed denim, colon in- A A dude blues, browns, greens and rusts. PAJR w.wU Boys' Main Floor Clearance Half Price! Women's, Teens' Footwear Assortment of casual and dress footwear In leather, patents. or suede uppers, with composition soles Sandals ond pumps !n blue, block, brown, beige. In sizes 6 to 10 AQ collectively A" Finol. PAIR Footwear, Main Floor White Jacquard All co'ton in wmte jocqucrd patterns for your summer word- robe. Moke blouses, dresses, ponts, smocks. 45 4 M Q White only. YARD I .HO Dress Fabrics, lower Floor YARD Dress lower Floor Assorted Wool Blends lawn Planter Grace your lawn with this attractive whits swon planter. Guaranteed weatherproof. EACH Garden Shop, lower Floor Wool and polyester, and acrylic, all in a generous 54" width. Great for pant suits, skirls, A QQ dresses, etc Transistor Radio YARD Dross Fabrics, lower Floor Drill Caddy A handy workshop Item. Cornish of drill with tool caddy and accessory kit. EACH Hardware, lower Floor Ice Cream Maker 9 hn 3 99 Electricity take. th. work Hoi handy ccrryma handle. EACH __. EACH Toys, lower floor Machine woOiable Plastic Sports Car Roller Skates Delight your child a pair of these novel roller They ore of break resistant plastic and are 4 QQ odiustoble in length. PAIR Toysv low 01 floor out of making delicious ice cream. Machine comes 4 A with automatic self-seating dashers EACH 5P. Small Appliances, Second Floor Deluxe Playback Table Tennis Table x 5' x table Is en heavy duly ehromiunvplated steel legs with casters. Complete with net ond brockets. EACH lowOT HOOT QUANTITIES LIMITED SHOP TONIGHT TILL SATURDAY TILL USE YOUR HANDY EATON'S ACCOUNT ;