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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - July 30, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Monday, July SO, 1971 THI UTH8MDOI HERALD ivmct The homemaker By MARILYN C. TATEM District Home Economist Try freezing jam for future use If you have extra freezer space or room for limited stor- age of jam in your refriger- ator you should try preparing jam by freezing with out cook- ing. Since the jam is not cooked it will spoil quickly ia a warm place, so keep it in .your re- frigerator rather than on a cupboard shelf. Prepare in small jetty jars only. Avoid Golden wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Ellis were recently honored with an open house held at Sven Ericksen's Family Res- taurant for family and friends, on the occasion of their 50th wedding anniversary. Their only son James, and daughter-in-law Ettie, hosted the reception after which a family buffet supper was served in their garden. Guests attended from Ottawa, Ont., Penticion, B.C., Calgary and south Alberta. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis were married in Leth- bridge, farmed in the Granum area for several years and later moved to the city where he was employed by the federal and provincial government until his ment in 1965. The couple has one daughter and four grandchildren. BINGO RAINBOW Av. TUESDAY, JULY 31st of 8 p.m. Fint Jackpot in 57 Jackpot In 58 Not. Free Cards-Cards and Games ,25e ptr Card, 5 Cards 3 Free Door Prize No children Under 16 Yean Sponsored by A.U.U.C. Association SEE THE AMAZING. 4-WAY VORWERK The cleaner that will revolutionize house cleaning FAIRFIELD APPLIANCE SERVICES LTD. 1244 3rd AVE. S. PHONE 3274070 UNIT 34 A.N.A.F. BINGO EVERY TUESDAY-8 P.M. IN THE ClUBROOMS JACKPOT (GAME 14) IN 51 NUMBERS OR (LESS) EXTRA WITH GREEN CARD NO WINNER DOUBLED WITH GREEN CARD Increases and 1 Number Weekly Until Won 12 GAMES IN 7 NUMBERS OR USS THEN DROPS TO Tilt WON. Door Card (woodgrain) each Blue or Brawn cards 50c each. Green key card (this card may be pur- chased if a player has a door card and at least 4 other blue or brown AU BINGOS CALLED ON A GREEN CARD -MONEY IS DOUBLED IN REGULAR OR 4 CORNERS MEMBERS AND INVITED GUESTS ONLY large jars or quantities, as It would be necessary to keep these over a long period. In oilier words, use up open sup- plies fairly quickly. FROZEN STRAWBERRY JAM 2 cups finely mashed strawberries 4 cups sugar bottle cup) liquid pectin Yield: Approximately six jelly glasses. FROZEN RASPBERRY JAM 3 cups finely mashed ret raspberries (Sieve to re- move seeds if a smoother jam is 6 cups sugar bottle cup) liquid pec- tin Method in Making Frozen Jam Combine berries and sugar, Let stand about 20 minutes stirring occasionally. Add pec- tin and stir about 2 minutes Pour into jelly glasses or freez- er containers. Seal with paraf- fin. Cover and let stand at room temperature for 24 or 48 hours, or until jellied. Store in freezer. (Or it will keep several weeks at refrigerator'temperature.) The fruit should be very fine- ly mashed. To prevent the for- mation of crystals, jams should be covered as soon as poured and sealed with par- affin. recipes have an been tested by Mrs. Norma Jean Gray, District Home Eco- nomist at Brooks. If you wotdd like to try frozen Black Raspberry, Cherry, Peach, Apricot, Boysenberry or Nanking Cherry Jam, contact our office at the Government Administration Building, for the complete recipe sheet, fresh fruit jam without cooking. S Mrs. Hoffman runs program CLARESHOLM (Special) Conclusion of the Vacation Bible School was marked by a program in the auditorium of the Claresbolm Elementary School where sessions of the school had been held an week. It was sponsored by Clares- holm United Church and Peace Lutheran Church but atten- dance was open to all children. Qhainnan of the program was Mrs. Conard Hoffman, su- perintendent of the Bible school. PUBLIC BINGO 16 GAMES 2 JACKPOTS LETHBRIDGE ELKS IODGE ROOM (Upstairs) EVERY THURS.-8 p.m. BINGO MON., JULY 30th JACKPOT 56 NOS. "20 ALARM BINGO" Gold Card Pay Double Door Cards (Many other extras) Regular Cards 25c or Gold Cards Pay Doable 5 for 13th SI. and 6th Ave. N. No children under 16 allowed SUBWAY REALTY 120C North Mayor Maarath Drive Phone 1-year old Southtide home, four bedrooms, 1171 sq. ft., sliding french doors to polio, loroe living room with dining area, for mere information and viewing appointment please phone: ROY CUIAND Return to ladylike fashion applauded at fall showings Feminine touch Couture showings across Europe the past few weeks have brought ladylike styles and feminine flair back into the fashion limelight. Here an evening dress by Balestra featured in Rome, is brown and gold lame, draped down from the shoulders, across hips and opens into a flowing skirt of sun-pleated fabric. Ann Landers DEAR ANN LANDERS: I bet a friend of mine that I could make up a letter and do such a good job of it that you'd print it in your col- umn. The bet was made on March 15, My deadline pass- ed the first of this month. I knocked my brains out composing what I thought was the perfect letter for Ann Land- ers's column. You didn't fall for it. I'm realty surprised. Why? HOT DO you spot tha phonies? Poorrr But Wiser DEAR P. BUT W.: Phony letters are like phony people unnatural add they send out vibes that some- thing is out of kilter. I guess you might say they try too bard and it just doesn't come off. Moreover, those phony fetters, like phony people, are a cradling bore and a waste of time. DEAR ANN LANDERS: Please tell me what to do with our 16-year-old daughter. SaBy is very pretty, has a darling figure, nice personal- ity and a flair for clothes. I em so tired of her continual fishing for compliments that it's getting on my nerves. Sally asks ten times a day if I think she is pretty, or if her hair looks right Now she wants to know if I think she is too fat or too thin, or if she should cut her hah- or put a blonde streak in it. I try to be honest without giving her a swelled head. Last night my husband got mad at me. He said, "That kid is too stuck on herself. Why don't you chop her down a little instead of giving her so much Is he right? rd like your views. Lexington Mom DEAR LEX: Sally wouldn't be begging for compliments APPOINTMENT ROY CUIAND 1. A. C (Arfl Howg, owner of Subwery Realty, withes to an- nounce the appointment of Roy Oclond at soles repre- sentative of 5wbwoy Realty, located ot 120C North Mcryor Mograth Drive, adjacent to Sof-Spro Cor Roy in- vites his moriy friends end customers to toll him in re- gards to any red estate needs. if she weren't so hungry for reassurance. Why not compliment her without being asked? Such praise is more meaningful. And it wiU reduce the fishing. By BERNADINE MORRIS New York Service PARIS For those who keep scorecards, there were plenty of good collections in the cou- ture openings, enough to bal- ance the obviously poor ones. Yves Saint Laurent, as is bis want, tends to head the good guys group. It's tough to be a dress design- er these days, however, for everyone who appaluded his collection as being the nearest thing to a pace-setter for the world's fashion, there was someone who berated it for not offering anything really "new. Touche. The only answer is that women are tired of being told to change their look every six months or so, despite the wish- es of store people and fashion reporters. Emanuel Ungaro runs a close second in interpreting contem- porary clothes, playing down intricacy of detailing and play- jing up remarkable prints that have a modern art look. It is felt that the designer, who has always been termed promising, has reached the of achiever. Dior is recognized as repre- senting traditional couture at its finest, offering lovely cloth- es at prices beyond the reach of most mortals. To a lesser extent, this is also true of Ricci, which is presenting a thor- oughly reputable collection for fall. Givenchy is showing more life and vigor, with a laudable tal- ent for .exploring new mater- ials and making familiar ones look new through such methods as quilting. He quilted every- thing in sight, from leather to velvet. What is quite remarkable is the similarity of themes run- ning through the better collec- tions and the poorer ones, too. Take lengths, for instance. Most everyone threw in a style or two in daytime clothes with a hemline that hovers around the middle of the calf. Dior's new wide coat silhouette ap- pears in this length. It's shown with pants to take the curse off it Many people who remember the midi tend to see red when it turns up. Hemlines that just cover the knees are far more universal. What they prove is, for sure, the mini-skirt is dead. What every designer includes is a series of evening dresses in lengths that hover around the ankle. The rationale is that women can wear these when their escorts are not in black tie. And when they're travelling by subway or bus instead of limousine. Store people see no. popular uprising if' .they present this length. "Women can always shorten the things they one realistic merchant explain- ed. Another good reason for ankle-length dresses is the re- turn of pretty shoes. The clunky ones have absolutely vanished. Four- or even five-inch heels are most common, in pumps or oxfords for day, ifi naked sandals or ones with instep straps at night. Though they're Ugh enough to make the ankle look pretty, the heels aren't tiie spindly needle-like variety that caught in subway grates. They're thick enough to look sturdy. "We were in clumsy shoes when the midi was recalled a store buyer enamor- ed of the evening ankle-length dresses. "Now the heels are high enough to carry off the long skirts. Besides, they're the only things that are new." She has, indeed, a point. The fox-bearing fashions have ap- peared everywhere f aU clothes have been presented, from Seventh Avenue to Via Vento. So have capes and the long- torso look. Paris is especially insistent on long torso clothes. Suit jackets, cuffed and col- lared in fox as often as not, are knuckle or fingertip length. Sweaters pull down over the hips. Dresses, including eve- ning dresses, fit smoothly through the hips and then break into pleats. A small sign of the anticipa- tion of the return of the good old days is the appearance of hats with veils hi many of the coaeoSons. Gerard Pipart adds a coarse face veil to the safari hats be shows with a lot of his day clothes for Ricci. Marc Bohan adds a veil to his butted caps for Dior. THE BETTER HALF By Barnes "Now what's wrong? Your egg too Remember? He was all bronze, biceps and ten feet no bully kicked sand In your face while he was around. Yesterday's heroes had a style all their own-and a beer all their own: Lethbridge Old Style Pilsner. And It's still going strong today, still slow-brewed and naturally aged for honest, old-time flavour. Help yourselfl TRAOmWI YOU CAM TASTE FfiOM UK HOUSE OF IETHBWDGE ;