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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 18, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta July II, 1979 TMI UTHMIOOf HMAIO Back to basics The return to more traditional garb is reflected in clothes shown by Welsh designer Laura Ashley and manu- factured by Bonne Belle of Montreal. Shown is necked print top, banded in lace and worn long over classic ruffled skirt giving an air of pioneer elegance. SHOP Economy Remnant Centre FOR WHOOP-UP DAYS SPECIALS "FABRICS BY THE YARD, REMNANTS BY THE POUND" 310 6th St. S. Phone 328-0252 j-amily the grab bag MAUREEN JAM1E50N TT could be dumb luck on the weatherman's part, or the fella might really know what he's talking about. But whatever it is, he's been on the ball and bat- ting 100 for the past few months. According to him, and the Chase Almanac and Fact Book, Albertans' can look for- ward to minor rain showers for the next few days (typi- cal for the fair and exhibi- after which we should be enjoying bright, clear and sunshiny days. Be scored perfectly on weather reports during pie past two months and I see no reason to mistrust him now, (at least until be wipes out with a grand faux But until that happens, here are a'few scrumptious patio treats to tempt the con- gregating hoards of neighbor- hood children and even a few adults. TOTEM BURGERS 1 Ib. ground beef tsp. meat seasoning. tap. salt tsp. pepper 4 slices processed cheese 4 thick tomato slices 4 thick onion slices %cup pickte relish 4 stuffed olives Crisp, fresh lettuce leaves Combine beef and season- ings in bowl, mix lightly and shape into 4 equal sized pat- ties. Grffl on barbecue to de- sired doneness; top with cheese. Begin layering with lettuce leaf -on toasty hamburger bun, place burger on next and continue to layer with re- maining ingredients, topping with ofive. Serve along side your favorite rotate salad, potato dupe or refreshing shrimp salad. K flte family enjoys a icsty touch, try mixing teaspoon or so of garlic salt with your butter. Soften to spreading consistency and put on ger bum before toasting. A special treat at any fair is hot buttered corn on the Each Fringes Make the Hair Fashion Sceno for -73 Here's a wig offer you muwi't misil The elegont fringed Vioir cut is boclc ond offer you our own Creotionj BriggiWo fring- ed wig on outstandingly low price. The overoll look is fun becoute it offers many vorioHons. short end eosycore style of 100% Dyne] fibre. and a washable. Soft lined Pago lay! Have a carefree summer with this Bey from the Creofions Srigirte Collection. This copies: style is olio mode of Dyne) fibre end is hand washable. Thlt latest foshjon look is a perfect cover-up, whatever occasion. TeVe advantage of our low ond get yours today. f Open Ooilv to ThondaT Friday 9 a.m. to IF YOU TAKE AWAY OUR YOU VE GOT A AP n? i cob, and making it at home so it tastes just as good, is quick and easy. To keep the kernels tender, juicy and. fresh, leave the com in its husk in the fridge. Don't husk or remove the silk until cooking time. For best results, start husking when your cooking pot of salted water comes to a boil on the stove. Pop (be corn into the pot and, bring to a second boil. Remove the pot from the heat immediate. The secret to cooking deH- dous corn is letting it stand in the hot water for five min- utes, just long enough to set the 'milk' in fie com. kernels. Second rounds of corn on the cob an a must, and may be done up in a jiffy by placing cobs in the hot wa- ter right after the first ears are removed. Just a note to picnikers don't let the 'Horgot-it-Blues' spoil a family outing. Before setting out for the weekend or the day, tack a reminder on the fridge door listing es- sential items like totabte salt, pepper and neat flavoring. An inexpensive plastic ta- blecloth adds a pleasant note to.-a picnic and also coven wooden tables which often produce unfortunate slivers. And tor the sake of our ecol- ogy, don't forget a plastic trash bag. low is... wastwtg win- dows after Boredom tackled at bedside PORT ALBERNI, B.C. (CP) ChOdrea in hospital at (be West Coast General in this ceo teal Vancouver Island communi- ty do not have to worry about bonnotn. Nor do they have to w< 8uOUt UP CO when they return to schoool Tte school board of District TO has taken eanof both those DPODlj0DB BflT iflDuHMC A to MB theMttfoi-to-oo blues with piojects whkn also k toe youngslfiifc op with thei classes. Myrna McFadden, who i gives free home instruction, has the Job. "The main problem is often that the child can't turn over in bed to says Mrs. Me Fadden, who instructs young- sters in allgrades m language, arts and math, Often she bat to confer with the children's doctors to find out if they are wefl enough to study The service is basfcafy for students who an absent fron stbool for more than five days shssays. At the hospital than is no such thmg as typical day with students of all ages gaged in a variety of activities. "The hospital staff is ver appreciative and the youngster seem glad to see she said. EDUCATORS AID EDMONTON (CP) A quar- terly magazine relating educa- tional research to the teaching of Indian children wffl begin publication in September. The roigMine, fodSaajEd. will con- tain articles by people involved in the education of native chil- dren and wffl foots on the im- plications to the classroom AssF ISK isacnfT oi tns istest rsssarcn CLOVER VAU.EY APPLE JUICE CHEESE PIE FILLER PIE ,..2.79 CHfRKY, KACH, APRICOT 19 ex. Sdod Dressing "r-'n.. Green Beans 2 Uundry Orang Sections 3 te 790 Sunlight Liquid M Nectar 2 Rlpe 'Oh" 2 Applecot Nectar rST 2 Towek "Volue'Village MEATS Phone 327-5295 ROAST BEEF Rump, Oats, or Standing Rib ft. Halves or Wholo CUBE STEAK HAMS PORK SAUSAGE GLENWOOD CHEESE Fast Fry.................................. Ib. Small Casings Ib. Mild CORN ON THE COB PRODUCE Phono 321-1751 J Washington PLUMS STRAWBERRIES POTATOES TOMATOES Atsotfed varieties, California Ib. HYDROPONIC TOMATOES ARE AVAILABLE 'Value'Village 327-2424 CREAM TARTS Cfwrry or Kvoborry EACH 6 ..59' APPLE PIE EACH 69 Chwry CAKES EACH BREAD WHITE or MOWN 10J2 .31 ;