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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 20, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 i he LC i hBmDue HERALD September 20, 1974 HOME OF THE WEEK Design R23-663 Sq. Ft. An unusual roof treatment gives this unique design a modern look. There is a par- tial basement under the kitchen den area but details for a complete basement are included on the plans. Note the generous mud room and utility area behind the car- port. The home can be built with a cathedral or a flat ceil- ing in the living room, details covering both types are supplied. Construction is brick and stone veneer with frame accent and the design is suitable for any type of heating. Design R23-163 at square feet has a similar ex- tenor but in vertical siding or board and batten treatment. R3-500 at square feet is also similar but more lux- urious. DESIGN IT10 SQ. FT. -The Herald At Home Your Garden Daffodils add color, variety By ISABELLE R. YOUNG, F.R.H.S. Daffodils are truly a wonderful sight in any garden in the spring with their bright, cheerful colors. Did you know that there are over registered named varieties? The bulbs for these delightful flowers are now available at nurseries and stores. To clear up some of the confusion in selecting daffodils, I am listing below some of the important classes which go ac- cording to the form or color of the flowers. The Trumpet daffodil is one of the most familiar and pop- ular of these bulbs with its long cup petals, which may be yellow or white or in various combinations of white and yellow. The varieties such as King Alfred and Rembrandt are all yellow. Mount Hood and Beersheba are all white and Music Hall is a bicolor. These are all easy to grow and valued for their size and tradition. Large-cupped: This group has a shorter cup than the Trumpets and bears one large flower to a stem. Both cup and petals may be colored as in the variety Fortune, or as in Flower Record the cup has white petals. More of the best of this group are Ceylon an excellent show and garden variety. Arbar, has white petals with a large orange-red cup. Polindra is white with yellow cup. Tudor Minstrel is white with deep yellow cup. Small cupped Narcissi: The cup or corona is quite short, almost flat, and the form and color is most beautiful. The petals may be the same color as the cup such as Edward Buxton or the petals may be set off by a brightly colored cup. Then there is the beautiful Chinese white with small, saucer-shaped white cup, fluted on the rim, surrounced by large, white petals. In Scarlet Elegance the corona is yellow, brilliantly edged with orange- red. Double flowered: These almost resemble a full-blown rose and are quite outstanding. Golden Ducat is a deep yellow 'sport' from King Alfred. Double Event has white petals and salmon orange centre. Inglescombe is all yellow. Texas has an orange centre surrounded with yellow petals. Mary Copeland has white petals and a colored cup. Double yellow with light yellow. Triandrus hybrids: The flowers on this variety are white or creamish. producing up to six blooms on one stem and come in both small-cupped and long-cupped. Silver Chimes is a lovely specimen. Thalia is a popular one in this group. Albus "Angel's Tears' is a pretty, dwarf variety with pendulous creamy-white flowers. Cyclamineus Hybrids are charming dwarf plants with drooping orange-yellow petals, (or other colors) bent sharply backwards. Some of the loveliest of these include Peeping Tom. deep yellow. February Gold with yellow trumpet and reflexed petals of same color. Dove Wings is creamy-white and yellow. Baby Doll is orange-yellow. Jonquilla Hybrids: These flowers are much admired for their fragrance, and have more than one bloom to a stem. The color is often a pale buttercup yellow as Trevithian. This is strongly scented and makes a good garden or bowl specimen. Tazclta also known as Poetaz Narcissi: This group includes many doubles and produces clusters of flowers on one stem. This is the easiest kind to force and most varieties are fragrant. Cragford is a good early forcing variety with white petals and orange-red centre Paperwhite Grandiflora is very lovely. Geranium and Cheerfulness are also sweetly scented and ideal for indoor forcing. These are just a few of many. Patching floors, walls to match is real art N HOME-O-GRAPH HOME PUNNING SERVICE I 40 Jarvio St., Toronto, Ontario M5C2H1 D l enclose (plus 25e for handling) for "Home Designs for Canadians" Book 1 (homes up to sq. D l enclose (plus 25e for handling) for 'Home Designs for Canadians" Book 2 (larger homes, vacation :JJ O Please send free brochure showing sample "Home of the Week" designs and other design books available. 1 O Please send an order form so may order building plans for design No shown above. Patching damaged areas of wall and floor coverings is an art that can save many dollars. The alternative to the patch is an entirely new sur- face The work of patching is not hard and it is only part of the job The other, and important part, is getting the right material With foresight you can do this right from the beginning Save remnants. Odds and ends of wallpaper and linoleum are always left when Ore installation is complete Put away some good pieces. If >ou arc using the popular square asphalt or vinyl tile, put the extras away. If it is a discontinued pattern it is worth-while to buy a few extra If you are really farsighted you will take a piece of the nf w wallpaper and hang it out of the way in a closet The pappr will weather along with the covering on the wails. If yooi have to make a patch you find that the new material has faded to the same extent as the old NAME ADDRESS (PtoMa Print) eg: LETH 3j Carpentry Corner Lamp post looks friendly, warm Putting up a good "front" is a trait almost instinctive to everyone. To have others regard us highly is a natural and healthy desire. Since your home reflects the character of those who dwell within, everything you do to make your home attractive enhances your personality as an individual- Thai's why the charming Colonial Lamp Post pictured here can be indicative of the warmth and friendliness of those living at that address. The Lamp Post fulfills toe utility purpose of lighting a driveway or walk and also adds to atmosphere of the home and grounds. Roses and climbing vines at the base add a beautiful decorative touch to further attract attention. It's easy to build this lamp post if you use the step-by-step directions provided in the full- size pattern offered below. Complete instructions tell what materials to buy, how to build post and planter, attach and wire lamp atop post. The lamp post becomes a house-marker when you add your name-piate or house number. Send in cash, cheque or money order for Colonial Lamp Post Pattern No. 935 to Lethbridge Herald, P.O. Box 4090, Postal Station A, Toron- to, Ont. M5W 1M9. Send additional for catalogue il- lustrating over 300 other build it yourself pattern projects and home improvement books. Fillers add pro touch Nail holes, cracks, a gouge caused when a tool slips or a defect in the wood whatever it is you can repair these bad spots in a wood sur- face with some kind of fiHer There are all kinds available in cans, tubes, sticks of mix it yourself dry powders. And lacking any of these you can mix up a little homemade filler from nothing more than sawdust and gioe This kind of filler has several virtues. It is cheap. It is easily available. It will take stain or paint. Use this kind of filler to fill nail and screw holes, to mend small cracks and to rebuild a broken edge Another very common and very inexpensive fill is putty, the kind used on windows. Use putty if you intend to paint the surface, not stain it. Also put- ty has no strength so don't use it at points of stress. Sears CAR PORT DAY LIMITED QUANTITIES STARTS A.M. PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY I Save to on these super fall dresses Reg. to Juniors, misses, half sizes, too there's some- thing for everyone! Hurry In and get the best choice from our terrific selection of easy-care fall dresses. All beautifully styled in the latest fall fashion and the latest colors, but priced to meet almost every budget! Choose from soft, supple polyester knits and silky smooth triacetate knits. They're the easy-going dresses that no wardrobe should be without! Easily machine-washable; drip dry for best results. Juniors' 7-15. Misses' 10-20. Half sizes T.M. Football Helmets 99 4 Constructed of molded polyethylene shell and foam padded liner. Reg. 5.99. Centre Sports Sock Made of nylon and acrylic in white with red stripe, or white with blue stripe. Reg. 1.99. Sports Toy Dopt. Spocials Reg. 12.99................ 8m Monopoly Reg. 4.99.................... Decision Football Reg. 4.99................... Look Around Volvot Doll Reg. 6.98............. 4M Rotoword Reg. 1.44....................2 for 1 Peg and Blackboard Reg. 1.98............. 14> Ladies' Bikinis 100% triacetate. Reg. 1.29. Bikinis in colorful prints. S-M-L. At Wan Virgin Wool Blankots 19" 70 x 90. Double bed size. Blue only. Satin Binding. Reg. 22.99. and Uiwn Ladies' Super Pant Value 8 99 We crtter you a hcxanflstowth part d htgh quality and low prtoe The practical pcflyssWr double Wlacttme wash and