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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 30, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta -Tuesday, May 30, 1975 THE LETHBSIDGE HERAID Coffee can cake "Do vmi have two cnipiy one- pound coffee cans lying Thai's the qucslion asked by Sue BLi-cly, a home economist for a iM-ge implement manufac- turer. If you do, she snys, don't throv.' (hem just the thing for baking scrump- tious country coffee cakes! You'll need 4 cups flour, 1 package active dry yeast, Vi cup milk, lk cup vegetable oil, Vt cup sugar, 1 teaspoon salt, 2 eggs. Measure IVa cups flour into mixing howl. Blend dry yeast into the flour. Place V2 cup wa- ter into saucepan with the milk, oil, sugar and salt. Heat only until warm. Add to flour and yeast and beat until smooth. Stir in eggs, ;md remaining flour and beat until smooth and elastic. Divide mixture into two well buttered one pound coffee cans. Cover with plastic lids and let rise in warm place about 35 minutes. Dough should rise almost to of cans. Re- move lids and bake at 375 degrees for 35 minutes or until browned. Let stand in cans until bread shrinks a bit from sides and is easily removed. Protect evergreens now It is time to think about evergreens, according to Mur- ray Mclxjlland, district agricul- turist for the Lelhbridge-War- ner Counties. The winter has been very hard on evergreens and many show severe winter injury. The only thing that can be done for winter Injury is to water the trees well right after the frost comes out it the ground. Those needles thai are al- ready brown will not recover, he said, and the purpose of the watering is to try and stop any further drying out from occur- ring. There is no positive way to prevent winter injury from happening. The bast prevention method we can employ is to water the trees well just be- fore freeze-up in the fall. This is also the time of the year to watcii your spruce trees for the prevention of spruce gall aphid. Spruce gall aphid is quite prevalent in the Lethbridge County. The galls caused by aphids appear cm the growing tips of spruce trees. They do not cause serious Injury to the spruce tree unless infestation is very heavy. How- ever, spruce gall aphid does give a rather unsightly appear- ance to the tree. Spray control is not easy. The reason being that while the aphids are hi the gall the spray will not reach them, and thus no effective control is obtained. One must try to catch the aphids with spray when they are not in the gall, said Mr. McLclland. These times vary each year so no specific week for spraying can be given. One must link their time of spray- Ing with clues obtained by ob- serving the tree. In the spring if a white cot- tony material appears on the tree .aphids are present. This is the egg stage. Spraying should begin when the brmvn membrane over the new needle buds ruptures. Spray every four days for four tune-s with Malathion 50 per cent K C. at one ounce per gallon of water. In mid-summer the galls dry, causing the needles to relax re- sulting in many openings through which winged aphids emerge. They go to an alter- nate host and return to the spruce tree to overwinter. Therefore, spray with mala- thion in mid-October to kill this overwintering stage. Spray when the temperature is great- er than 60 degrees Fahrenheit. If only a few galls are prcs- sent and the tree is not too large, control can be ob- tained by picking the galls off and burning them while the aphids are still inside. This is best done in July. TABER FROZEN FOODS LTD. Tabor Phone 223-263J Retail and Wholesale Meats Processing (in aluminum foil) and curing CUSTOM SIAUGHTERINO Tuecday thru Friday Every Wcok HORGUS DRY GOODS LTD. MltK RMER-Ph. 647-3811 We have a good selection of MEN5 AND IADIES' HUSH PUPPIES "WHERE SALES ARE BACKED BY SERVICE" LETHSRiDGE DEALER IN 1EW HOLLAND AND VERSATILE NEW WARRANTY ON THIS OVERHAULED FARM EQUIPNAENT 1-JOHN DEERE 24T BALER 1-USED INLAND STOOKER BIG VERSATILE GRAIN AUGERS Each 756 S 782 2-NEW 300 GAt. SPRAYERS. 6B ft. coverage end nozzles, tires 1-ONtY NEW HOLLAND 990 COMBINE (cab, chopper and pickup) 2-ONLY 281 NEW HOLLAND BALERS (like (-ONLY 275 NEW HOLLAND BALER (like new) 1-ONLY 268 NEW HOLLAND BALER (like new) 2-ONIY MASSEY NO. 10 BALERS (overhauled) eoch 1-ONtY 78 NEW HOLLAND BALER (like new) 1-ONLY 69 NEW HOLLAND BALER (like new) 2-34 MASSEY S.P. 16 T. SWATHERS ..............................each 1-ONLY COCKSHUTT 1950 DIESEL (very clean) I ONLY ALLIS CHALMERS 14 ft. DOUBLE DISC (NEW) 1-ONLY I.H.C 503 COMBINE (cab, chopper and pickup) 8.900 1-ONLY S.P. MASSEY HARRIS SWATHER, 16' Header 2'200 1-I.H.C. S.P. SWATHER, 16' Header 1f 1-ONLY 145 VERSATILE 4 WHEEL DRIVE TRACTOR (USED) 50 1'500 2103 2nd Avenue South 328-8041 WE HAVE MOVED! INUTE INSTALLATIONS NOW IN OUR NEW LARGER PREMISES! nt 3rd Avenue and 4fh Street S. DOWNTOWN LETHBRiDGE FREE INSPECTION, ESTIMATES AMD INSTALLATION CUSTOM DUAL EXHAUSTS SHOCK ABSORBERS FAST 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION ECONOMY MUFFLERS LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS HOLLYWOOD MUFFLERS OPEN MONDAY TO SATURDAY 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. WE HAVE TRACTOR MUFFLERS -oo and UP usual Unbeatable Pricet, Finetl of Product and Workmanship ;