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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta HOME OF THE WEEK BED RM. SLEEPING LOFT ABOVE cm tuaam CL BED RM. No. 6O3 TOTAL AREA 1006Sq.Pt. DESIGN R23-W3 Those seeking an all season retreat may find their answer in the frame cottage il- lustrated. Centre section provides an unusually large activity area for a chalet of just over sq ft The Wing's are an integral part of this design containing all the other important rooms as well as the two bedrooms. The natural fireplace can be enjoyed from many areas including the rear sleeping loft with its open banister. Both front and rear of home have sliding glass doors to the outside and a convenient extra storage place is available in the crawl space which stretches the full width of the home 1973. Toronto Star ACTIVITY AREA x tS'-or SUN DECK -71----7 HOME-0-BRAPH HOME PLANNING SERVICE 40 Jwvto Ontario M5C 2H1 n enclose 25 cents handling A for Designs for BOOK 1. D I enclose 25 cents handling for Designs for Canadians BOOK 2. 0 l enclose 50 cents 15 cents handling for Q Please send free brochure showing sample of the designs and other design books available. Q Please send an order form so that I may order building plans for the design shown above NAME ADDRESS LETH By IsabdleR. FAILS. CREATIVE DECORATIONS for love to do flower arranging and am always looking for ways and means of doing something either with dried material or fresh. This week I would like to concentrate on dried etc Once you get the it doesn't take long to build up a collection of seed flowers and preserved foliage to use as the basis for arrangements either in the form of pictures to hang on the walls or in containers. Now that tthe outdoor garden- ing season is over I thought it would be a good idea to offer a few suggestions as to what to plant in your garden nejrt year in the way of flowers that can be utilized for pictures or winter bouquets There are various grasses I have grown and am especially fond of Briza maxima and Hordeum jubatum looks almost like our ordinary There are so many wild varieties one could collect when going for a drive or picnic in the country. Some easily colorful flowers s include Helichrysums or Strawflower. These are one of the most popular and attrac- tive of the everlastings. The seed may be sown indoors sometime around the middle of March or planted right out- side the second week in May. They do best in full sun in a sandy soil I made an arrangement for the church for Thanksgiving and everyone commented on how beautiful it was. It did create a very cheery atmosphere. There is also Aerooclimum which has single and semi- double flowers or pink or white. Globe Amaranth or Gomphrena has lovely clover- like flesh and red strawy flowerheads. Another rather unusual one is Statice Pink Pokers or Suworowi. This was very eye-catching in the garden having deep pink spikes some of which are erect and others twist and curve around the achieving wonderful effects or shapes for floral art A very pretty everlasting I grew one year was Xeranthemum which have silky-like flowers resembling single or double in a mixture of colors. There is also a which has paper-like flattened partitions of round seed pods. It is Herald- At Home Novel outdoor Yule greeting By DONALD R. BRANN This novel outdoor Christ- mas decoration extends a colorful greeting to all who pass by day or night. Christmas or- outdoor lights and perforated nardboard letters combine to nuke this a cay unite to a festive season. The Full-size pattern offered below limplifies cutting the big letters from hardboard. It ilso positions lights and or- laments to insure Mufessioftal Measuring approximately high by 2r the etters are traced from full- lite then cut out with i coping or jig saw and fasten- id to a frame exactly as step- iy-itep directions luggest. Anyone who follows simple directions can build this decoration in little time. The hardboard and other materials can usually be retrieved from last year's decorations. Since or- naments and evergreens are fastened to tetters with soft copper the most impor- tant tool you'll outside of a coping is a good pair of pliers. Send in cheque or money order stamps to Carpentry The Lrthbridge P.O. Box Postal Station M5W IMS for Noel Christmas Pattern No. Ml. 1171. Star sometimes referred to as Lunaria or There are others and you may have your own but they are all easy to grow and retain their beauty and color quite well. Cut the flowers on a dry day when just fully open and hang to dry in a cool airy place. Tie in small bundles held with an elastic band or twine. Do not dry in bright sunshine as this will fade the colors. One of the nicest foliage I like to use in arrangements is either fresh or preserved. To preserve use a solution of 2 parts of water to 1 part of standing them in this solution until the desired color is obtained. You just require enough so the cut portion of the stem is sub- merged an inch or two. You can experiment with different foliage and some take longer than others to obtain the desired effect you like. You can use discarded pic- ture frames if you are lucky to have some lying around an at- tic or basement OF they can be bought quite cheaply in a second-hand shop or similar place. The frames are usually used without glass and are given a suitable background such as etc. Use various colors to contrast or comple- ment your materials. When assembling the materials in the frame you should have a mental picture in mind as to design and before gluing etc place in position first and rearrange until satisfied. Start with flat material at the such as gradually coming to a raised effect in the centre with heavier material and darker thinning off again towards the bottom. Besides flowers and you can also incorporate into your picture some various cones and seed heads. Some types of grasses and foliage press beautifully in the green stage between blotting well weighted down. If you cannot obtain the proper shape of a use a and glue the leaves on separately. Always use as little glue as possible. Mr. W. What is the name of the lettuce that grows sort of not round as most let- tuce I saw some in a gar- den in late summer. AM. would be Cos or which is very delicious. There is a service charge of 25 cents if readers wish a personal answer to their gardening problems. The address Is Mrs. Isabelle R. 9890 Centre B Calgary Alberta. Flower garden medicine As you begin to plant spring- flowering Dutch bulbs this you might give some thought to the fact that tulips and among were once considered good medicine. Centuries a King's Her- balist in England actually prescribed tulips for cricke in the if drunke in harsh In the ancient Minoan crocus bulbs were esteemed as a remedy for assosrted not the least of which were i splitting headaches and sagg- ing skin. This should come as no sur- prise in the light of widespread medical folklore. Early settlers relied on dandelion field and countless herbal concoc- tions to bad and treat whatever else ailed them. of no one seriously values the tulip or crocus for their alleged medicinal virtues. Except for the fact that many of the bulb- flowers we grow have happy or Golden Springtime and Blushing Bride among the Unsurpassable and Honeybird and hyacinths L'Innocence and Pink Pearl. No would question the power of these and other spr- ing flowers to remedy winter blues. In gardening is recommended by doctors as supplemental therapy a kind to im- prove physical and mental well-being. As a famous physi- cian once ing brings you close to the soil close to the beauty and mystery of the growth of liv- ing plants Cut roses like soft drinks too Soft drinks are the real thing for the life of cut Michigan State Univer- sity horticulturists are singing. They used 7-Up and Sprite Fresca would work The citric acid and carbonation reduced the growth of bacteria which clog thus in- terfering with water absorp- tion. In the sugar in the soda pop provided food The recipe for a solution to be substituted for water One quart o' Sprite or one quarter of and to further slow down bacterial growth Vz teaspoon of chlorine bleach. New England Rose Society Bulletin Big profits from stamps stamp- collecting pays and get-rich-quick stories- soon make the rounds. A collector bought a sheet of 4- cent stamps from the United Nations in and later dis- covered the stamps lacked the proper black shading. That printing error brought the purchaser more than for the 50 stamps. Highest bridge above water The Royal Gorge Bridge in Colorado is the highest bridge above water. The long suspension bridge is feet above the Arkansas River and has a main span of 880 The World Almanac says By Gene Fawcette VIBAATION INMOmDRIVE WHEELS OFAMY CAR OR TRUCK CAN BE DETECTED IMMEDI- ATELY ON A NSW VIBRATION METER. REMOTE ATTACHED TO RWTS OF THE SfiNDStiNA T3THBCDN90LE BVVVIRE... WE NEVER SKIMP FRIDAY AND NOVEMBER 9th and 10th CENTRE VILLAGE I8A AND MARTENS ISA COALDAU PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL NOVEMBER 10th CLOSING raMrvc ttw right to limit there's MORE to love at FREE DELIVERY Refnember... Save Your Tapes For Flamenco Cookware ALBERTA WHITE SUGAR BANANAS Centre Village IGA and Martens IGA Coaldale Will be open all day Nov. 12th C APPLE SAUCE in-.. 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