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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 2, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta rhutidoy, Seplembcr 2, 1771 THE LCTH6RIOGE HERALD IS .the Mowers' Solitude of a private Japanese garden Utilizing Uic special features of southern Afhcrla and {lie Lelhbridge area were two other homes on the John Howard lour Wednesday. Architect Jlasami Sugimoto lias created a dcliglulul scene of Irnnquilily in the front gav- den of Mr. and Mrs. C. IV. Mowers at 2929 Parksidc Drive. Hidden from open viewing, the highlight of (he area is a mini- ature Japanese garden with traditional use of expansive lawn, rough stone and a waterfall. To the rear of the house, beds of tropicana and floribwida roses bloom their last scented breaths beneath tinkling wind chimes. Avu. S. Each of Uic children is guinea pigs, a ncsL of gcrbils allowed to utilize and dccoralc' aquarh'ms and a lurllc. his own bedroom. Kujjrs garden The visitor is therefore af- opposite a greenhouse filled ifordcd a view of each child's uith various cacti and other individual creativity and inter-'' greenery. Its sole resident is esls. Posters, paintings, rock a green praying mantis which and wild life collections are I affords a natural form of bug equally at home witli a pair of I control. Tbe coulees are an attractive feature of the Kuijt home, and its architecture uitlizes this fea- ture to its fullest. -J'ti ana and out lown A tocal. point for the living Photos Bryan Wilson Text by Marilyn Anderson An expanse of windows on two walls of the living room I as well as (he kitchen facing Or iOWn Ihe coulees prevents j thought of crowding or even j Mr. and Mrs. John Forsyth human of Cardston will celebrate their The atmosphere of the home b'5tli iv c d d i n g at is free and easy and comfort- j Ihe Travel's Smith home in! able with each person in it Cardston Saturday. Friends are j able lo "do liis, or her, own invited (o atleml bctivecn Die tiling." hours of 4-7 p.m., and it has i MmA a[ been requested by [he couple home ,ne basemenl is ,he that Ilierc be no pills. room is provided by abstract' paintings by Letlibridgc artisl Barrv Clark. A home for children, unique and unusual is that of Dr. and Mrs. Job Kuijt at 1316 20Lh calendar local liappcnincii BINGO Scandinavian Hall 229 12lh SI. "C" N. Fri., Sept. 3rd at p.m. Doors Open p.m. S Cards for 1.00 4th, 8th and 12th Games in 7 Numbers WORTH 5150 in 57 Nos. Sorry No One Under 16 Years of Age Allowed Sponsored by the Vaso Lodge The Golden would be glad any persons would care lo i JJVPI sing for pleasure, especially j____ men. Practice is at Hie Golden Mile Drop-In-Centrc Ti.cs d a y and Thursday incrnings at a.m. All are welcome, and arc asked lo call 327-5333 for fur- ther information. The Pensioners and Senior Citizens Ladies Auxiliary, aflil- ialccl Ihe Provincial and Nalional Pojjsioner.s and Senior Citizens Organization will inert Friday at 2 p.m. in Ihe Civic Sports Centre. Following husi- j ness meeting, bingo will plauid, and hmcli served. Ilo.s- Icssos uill be Mrs. Ann Linn, and Mrs. C. All mem- bers and friends welcome. j classroom as well as (he gym complete with ropes and gym mats. Special features of kitchen area are iroodfn platforms i which slide out from beneath the sink and stove lo allow even