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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 14, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE UTHBRIDGE HERAID W.dn.iday, July 14, 1971- The homemaker BY ELIZABETH BARTMAN The lime is at tend for fruit plates. arc summertime refreshers for both eye and palate. Fruits are at peak flavor now, ready for jig-time assem- bly in colorful salad and des- sert plates. Partner each with just the right dressing. Evening salad supper looks as cool as it tastes. Make up Individual plates for serving guests on your patio. Set off each square of your favorite jtllied or frozen fruit salad by placing thorn on a lettuce ruf- fle. To complete the plates add cheese strips wrapped in ham melon wedge, strawberries cherries and grapes or canned pineapple spears. Pass butter- ed hot com bread and minted iced tea. Honey French Dressing _ perfect with fruit salads. The honey when added to your fa vorite recipe gives sparkli and sweetness. 1 cup clear French dress- ing 2 tablespoons liquid honey 300 trailers overnight in city The 1971 Calgary Stampede and Edmonton Klondike Wally Byam Caravan stopped in Leth bridge Monday at the Leth- bridge Exhibition Pavilion. There were about 300 units and 600 people in the caravan Each unit is valued at abou including the vehicle. Frank Smith, manager of the Travel and Convention Associa tion of Southern Alberta, salt there are now three more cara vans planned. The Alberta. Montana, Saska chewan segment will make it tour Labor Day Weekend. There will be an Alaska tou in June 1972 and the 1972 Ca gary Stampede and Edmonto klondike caravan will pas through the city about the sam time next year. About 500 units will be in eluded in the three caravan 1 teaspoon grated lemon rind 1 teaspoon lemon juice Combine ingredients, then shake well in cruet or covered r to mix. Melon Fruit Basket is an ap- jctizer, salad or dessert well suited to patio entertaining. With watermelons on our mar- kets you will be able to choose one to fit a wicker basket or a pretty tray. Cut it in half lengthwise; fornr a jagged edge design. Scoop out the red centre. If you use a melon-bailer there will be pretty baUs to add to other colored balls of can- lelope and honey dew melons. Fill the shell with a rainbow of summer fruits. Garnish with a handful of red raspberries and frosty blueberries, one or two sprigs of leaves from your garden. To serve as an appetizer, furnish picks for spearing. For a buf- fet dessert, pour chilled ginger ale over fruit. Pike's Peak Luncheon, or it n be dessert if you wish, so ersatile is fruit on our menus. is I describe it, it is an in- vidual luncheon plate. How- ver, you can easily adapt it to atter service. Find a broad leaf in your arden, such as an iris. Wash jnd trim to desired size. Lay n plate. Arrange on it minia- ure watermelon, or honeydew uts with apricot or peach [ices, three large strawberries r otherwise cherries or grape unehas. A piece of your fa- orite cheese. The dressing? loney French. To transform it to a luncheon, change the pat of cheese to a toasted sandwich or serve chicken sandwiches. Minted iced tea may be your choice of beverage on a hot summer day. Taxi tour costs less than bus HOUSING Residential housing starts Lethbridge in 1961 totalled 26 By 1970 the number had creased to 643. EDMONTON (CP) Four New Hampshire women, here for an international women's conference, found that bus tours of the Rocky Mountains were booked solid. So they took a taxi on a one-day, 652-mile tour through Calgary. Banff National Park, Lake Louise and Jasper National Park. "The taxi driver was just said Blanche Mar- in of Franklin. "He took us on several side trips and the next night he took us home for din- ner." Driver Salman Jaber intro- duced the four to his native Lebanese food, which his sis- ler-in-law had spent a day pre- paring. "He enjoyed the trip as much as we said Mary Keegan also of Franklin. The other two, Doris Han chett of Tilton and Amelia Ged dis of Franklin, had arranged the trip with Mr. Jaber afte they arrived for the conference of the International Federation of Business and Professional Women. Charge for the taxi tour was each. "That's less than the tour would have cost on a said Miss Martin. Miss Martin and Miss Kee- gan said they Trill go on an- other time by bus- after the conference ends. the Aid. SCHOOL .udents are to d.-. Lethbridge Community College to attend the Indian Counsellors program. The program is sponsored under the deportment of con- instructors Ed Ryan, left, and Bill Johnson, right. s year -making sure be takes his cough medicine. MEDICAL AID During 1970 the Unitarian Service Committee cared for out-patients at its Banga- lore Dispensary. USC headquar- ters is at 56 Sparks Street, Ot- tawa. PROXY CHILDREN More than children have passed through USC homes since 1945. Children can be sponsored for a year. Particulars from the Unitarian Service Committee, 56 Sparks Street, Ottawa. ANN'S FABRICS AND DRAPERY STARTS TOMORROW Our new fall fabrics ore arriving daily. We must moke room. Check our everyday low prices. Many unadver- 1'sed specialsl HONEY COMB COTTON 45" wide, Permo press. July Clearance Price 36" GINGHAM While they last. July Clearance Price WET LOOK JERSEY BONDED ACRYLICS ,99 Plain or printed. 45" wide. Washable. July Clearance CR July A, LOW Clearance yd. As yd. ALSO ON SPECIAL SPORTSWEAR FABRICS Sail Cloth Tie Dye Denim Printed and Plain All 45" wide and drip dry. ANN'S FABRICS AND DRAPERY 1803 3rd Ave. S. Phone 328-2888 Opan Thursday Until 9 p.m. (Locattd Door To Thi Barn) Jllll ,t's the sole you've been waiting for and in full swing at Sweet Sixteen locations everywh.e! Nothing Las been specially purchased! Everything on sale is from our regular stock of pacesettmg sum- Z to use your charge card or open an account and pick up all those summer fashions you've been dreaming about. SUMMER BLOUSES Regular to Sp.99 SUMMER SLIMS Regular to SQ-39 u t. W T-Shirts Reg. to 2.99 SWIMSUITS Bikinis and one piece styles priced for rapid clearance! sn.99 PANTI HOSE Our own exclusive "Saturday panli hose. Regular to GYPSY AND 1 PATIO DRESSES A wide selection on- sole at UP TO LINGERIE CLEARANCE Summer slips, slips, sets, sleep- wear, negligee sets, and lounge wear. UP TO 4 OFF ACCESSORIES Clearance of summer footwear, beach hais, crochet hats and summer handbags. DRESSES AND HOT PANT UPTO Summer blouses, slims and I T-shirts in a wido assortment of styles, fabrics and colors. UP TO OFFr1 DOWNTOWN 326 7th STREET SOUTH COLLEGE MALL MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE and 20lh AVENUE SOUTH ;