Magrath Store News (January 9, 1975)

An archive of the Magrath Trading Store News. The University of Lethbridge Library received permission from the Wes Balderson to digitize and display this content. PHONES: OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOODS 758-3252 HARDWARE 758-3^65 STORE HOURS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY &. SA...

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Main Author: Magrath Trading Store
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Published: J. A. Ririe 1975
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Summary:An archive of the Magrath Trading Store News. The University of Lethbridge Library received permission from the Wes Balderson to digitize and display this content. PHONES: OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOODS 758-3252 HARDWARE 758-3^65 STORE HOURS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY &. SATURDAY . 8 A.M. to 6 F.M, WEDNESDAY . 8 A.M. to 1 P.M. & . THURSDAY, JANUARY 9th, 1975 . .MACRATH, ALBERTA. HARDWARE DEPT MAYTAG WASHER SPIN DRYE Maytag Washer/Spin Dryer — does the family wash in minutes. Portable, just roll to your kitchen wr bathroom taps and sink. . DRYERS 2 ONLY GAS DRYERS AT THE OLD PRICE - SAVE NOW I 1 R.C.A. Gas Dryer O /I FA 95 1 Beatty Gas Dryer. EAC?’. 6 M«IHUIIIIIhllHI|l||UI|||IIIIHIIHmil|ilHMIlllll|liUlHHIHIIMIIIlH|IOIIIIHIIIHUII|lil||illlill Illi IHIHIIHIHII 111111111111»*' . HUMIDIFYERS Humidifiers that are designed to give you twp performance yet make a nice lor-king piece furniture. Walnut finish. 0/95 LARGE SIZE - for large home, etc«« (J ’ 5^95 SMALLER SIZE, 3 — 4 rot-ms•••••••. HHIIIII II » 1111 II IIUUHI1 HI I i Illi HI 11 Hit I Hl | II1IHI HUI 11111II lUIHUHIHHIlllHIIH 111H111» I II IIIHIII Hili 11 II 11 111 II IIHIIIIll|lli:illil I llllHIlllli i II111H i‘ lady Schick Time machine hair dryer, light weight fold away design, carrying handle. 4 temperatures. 4495 1 ONLY COLEMAN GAS FURNACE. 145,000 BTU Save $50.00 at today’s price. $337.00 GAS RANGE I ADMIRAL DELUXE GAS RANGE WITH CONTINU- Í OUS CLEAN OVEN, AUTOMATIC q c i CLOCK CONTROL. 359^ CROCK POTS A slow cooker to bring out the flavors in meats, stews, soups, etc. i 3i qt. capacity. 9 7 * I RADIOS i AM/FM RADIOS - BATTERY OR PLUG IN I PORTABLE STYLE. O O 9 5 Regular $29.95 . ¿J 'tUHIIiniHIHlIHIUHHHhIllIllHllliliUHlHIIIIlhniHHHHrilllillinillllllltllllllHIlillllHIIIlHUiliTiTHHIIHlIllllllHIIIIII We have a good supply of Milk Filters. MAGRATH GRADING COM'ANY LTD MEN'S^ BOYS WEAR PRICE PRICED FROM pyjamas 1 BASKET OF MEN’S PYJAMAS INCLUDING BROADCLOTHS, FLANNELETTES AND POLO KNITS IN ASSORTED STYLES COLORS, SIZESc REGULAR $4.95 to $7.95 MITTS-GLOVES Men’s Fall & Winter Mitts and Gloves in lined and unlined as well as down filled Skidoo Mitts 29u,595 WINTER GAMES PRESS RELEASE Item: Requested that all residents of Magrath leave their until Games Item: Christmas lights up final day of Winter (Feb. 22/75). Anyone with background in photography and willing to offer their services dur­ing Winter Games, contact Games Office, 329-0575, Lethbridge. Item; We have yet to receive any applications for volunteer assistants for Winter Games, please give it a second thought. For further information, contact Bob Rasmussen, Ph. 758-3442. REGULAR $9.98 . MITT LINERS Wool/Blended Mitt Liners as well as orlon pile liners. _ . , _ Priced from I FOR SALE: Milk cow - Jersey/ f Guernsey cross, bred to Brown * Swiss. To freshen around May 15th. Ph. 758-3474. I FOUND: Man's wedding ring, f Ph. 756-3041 after 3 P.M. Young Men's Denim Jeans in the very latest styles includ­ing the popular flare leg Some have wide belt loops waist band. . NOTICE: United Church Ladies Aid will hold its regular meeting Tuesday afternoon, January 14th at 2:30 P.M. at the home of Mrs. Dorothy McDowell. TO GIVE AWAY: 5 puppies, part Samoyed. 758-3518. SKIDOO SUITS NOTICE: The annual meeting of Magrath & District Agricul­tural Society will be held January 16, 1975 at 7:30 P.M. in the Lions Hall. Nylon Skidoo Suits, warmly lined, full length leg zippers, two way front ‘ zippers. S. M. L. XL. REGULAR $49.95 39^5 iiiiHiiiiiHiiiHiiiiiintiiiiiiHimiHimintiiiHiHihnHdiHii /-'X I I I I --- S —T— /—X ATTENTION: Please send in corrections of any mistakes in "Irrigation Builders" now. We wish to have an insertion sheet printed as soon as possible. J.A. Spencer, Pres Magrath & District History Assoc. SHIRTS Men’s Dress Shirts, Men's Casual Shirts Men’s Sport Shirts, Men’s Western Shirts REGULAR $8.95 to $15.95 NOTICE: Services at St. Joseph’s Catholic Church for the month of January will be held Saturdays at 5 P.M. MOTHERS ‘ MEETING: Guides Mothers’ Meeting~ will be held tonight, Thursday, January 9th at 7:30 P.M. at the Lions Hall, This is an important meeting, all mothers please attend. ATTENTION: Boys who would like to deliver ’’Store News” papers, please submit your names to the News Office. MAGRATH ì RAD I NG COMPANY LTD. SHOE SALE 1 TABLE CLEARING TABLE UPSTAIRS US i EK J~Lousecoats Long Çowns JACKETS Fall & Winter Coats and Jackets , fur trimmed, untrimmed models in fabrics nappahides, camels, etc. MAGRATH TRADING COMFXNY LTD, DRY GOODS DEPT. OUR STOCK OF FAIL & WINTER FABRICS (with the exception of Nylon Tricot) INCLUDING SUITINGS, DRESS FABRICS, BROADCLOTHS, GINGHAMS, PRINTS, PRINTED SILKS, etc. REGULAR $1.49 tw $9.95 . Phentex Knitting Yam in a host of colors. REGULAR 890 skein for 39 Cleo (Head) Allen, beloved mother of Alice May Allen of Magrath passed away in Magrath Tuesday, December 31, 1974 at the age of 83 years. Born in Cardston, August 18, 1891, she was the second daughter of Jasper Head and Mary Thomas Head, one of 12 children, six of whom have predeceased her. Her parents were bom in the U.S.A, and came to Cardston in 1891 living there until 1900 when they moved to Magrath where Cleo had resided until her passing except for 13 years when she resided at Bradshaw, first as housekeeper for John Allen and his brother Frank. She married John H. Allen on December 9th, 1925, moved to Magrath in 1943, back to Bradshaw in 1944 and finally back to Magrath in 1945, Mr. Allen passing away November 21, 1945» BATH. MATS. ' . . . . "Prom" Whisper Mats, 20"x34"□ White, Blue, Pink soft Acrylic Pile Bath Gold; Orange, Green, i Survivors include her loving daughter Alice i May of Magrath, three sisters Mrs. Doris | Jensen of Salt lake City, Utah, Mrs. Mary I Harris of Lethbridge and Mrs. MayBell Ander- | son of Raymond; two brothers John Head of i Lethbridge and Levi Head of New Westminster, I B.C. REGULAR $5.00 each. 395 Misses and Ladies All Leather Purses & Handbags including the pop­ular hand tooled Mexican Pursest Assorted styles and sizes in designs that are sure to please. Funeral services were held in the Magrath L.D.S. Chapel Friday, January 3rd with Bishop Tyler Alston officiating. The family prayer was offered by Russell Blumell, Afton Keeler presided at the organ and accompanied the choir in the singing of "0 My Father1’, led by L. B. Tanner. Invocation was offered by Njral Fletcher. L. B. Tanner sang as a vocal solo ’’The Old Rugged Cross”. Speakers for the service were Emerson Blumell and Glen Sillito. Closing hymn by the choir was "Abide With Me Tis Eventide”. Svend Jensen offered the benediction. Honorary pallbearers were Richard Brad­shaw, Jack Rasmussen, Leo Coleman, Eldred Foote, Clyde Bennett and David Keeler. Active Pallbearers were Edgar Anderson, Mark Evans, Russell Blumell, Jim Blumell, Phillip Parkins and Eugene Parkins. Interment took place in Archmount Memorial Gardens with LaMar Bennett giving the graveside prayer. 20% OFF NEEDED; Motor Mechanic. Carter’s Garage, Ph. 758-3I44 REGULAR $12.95 ~ $39.95 MAGRATH TRADING COMPANY LTD. Recent holiday guests at I DRY GOODS DEPT the Grant Dudley home were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dudley of Victoria, B.C Mr. and Mrs. Wilf Pratt Jerry and Trevor of Ver­milion. Mr. and Mrs. Heiman Lubbers, Billy and Bert and Mr, and Mrs. Ronnie Parkins, Michelle an,d Cindy were also dinner guests Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Nelson had a visit from their granddaughter Mrs. Brenda Guymon and daugh­ter Pemecy also Howard Nelson, family of Mr. & Mrs. Presty Nelson. Mr. Douglas Nelson and sons Bruce and Terry of Las Vegas, Nevada spent a week's holiday with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Nelson. Mr< and Mrs. Alfred Ebourne spent an overnight visit with the Nelsons from Winnipeg. They accomp­anied Douglas to Las . Vegas to visit their daughter Lynn and the rest of the family. z 1 rack wf Sleeveless Tups, alsw howded Sweat Shirt8. YOUR CHOICE 20% OFF 1 COUNTER OF MISSES & LADIES SLACKS IN PLAIN KNIT FORT-REL, PLAID AND CHECKED FORTREL AND POLYESTERS IN KNITS AND WEAVES SIZES: 10 tw 20 REGULAR $7.95 to $14*95 (MC RETURNS) MITTS GLOVES TOQUES 1 cwunter wf Children's Misses and Ladies Mitts and Gloves in fabrics vinyls and suedes in assorted styles and colors. Toques, Ear Warmers included. During the Christmas holidays the Magrath Zeniths played in two basketball tournaments. In Raymond’s Sugar Bowl, December 27th, the Zeniths first played and l^st to the John DeifenLaker Chiefs Saturday they defeated Luther Lions from Regina, then defeated William Aberharat Trojans to take the consolation. Ron Harker received an "All Star"• January 3rd Zeniths travelled to Regina and took part in the Sodbuster Tournament losing their first game to tne Neelin Spartans from Brandon, Manitoba. January 4th they defeated the O’Neil Titans, then the Nutana Blues to win the consolation of this tournament also. Next home games will be Saturday, Jannary 11th at 4:30 and 8 P.M. when Magrath Eagles and Zeniths take on Catholic Central High School, c • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Greg Henry are the proud parents of Magrath's New Year's Baby, a daughter Kandace Mariebcm January 3rd* Happy grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Powlesland and Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Henry of Del Bonita. Girls, Misses and Ladies Taps, Blouses, Pant Tops and some Cardigan Sweaters in an assortment of styles. Pant Tops are figured knits in assorted colors. Also included are some sleeveless and short sleeve numbers in plaio shades. »DPS ’N ENDS 1 rack wf Cardigan Sweaters, Long Sleeved Pant Hudson Bay BLANKETS • • • • Mrs. Alex Poulsen returned home after spending the Christmas holidays with her sisters and brother-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Dean Gibb of Edmonton and Mrs. Ethel Rabidou of Calgary. Mrs. Arvilla Louthen of Sequim, Wash, arrived Wednesday evening t« visit her mother Mrs. Eldred Foote, and Mr. Foote who is a patient in the Magrath Municipal ■T : Famous Hudsons Say All Wool Blankets in popular shades with border 3g Point - Regular $44*00 4 Point 6 Point SEE THE Queen Size. Reg. $75*00 - Regular $40.00 WOOLCOT COMFORTERS CLEARING AT$7*/5 MAGRATH TRADING COMPANY MEN'S BOYS'WEAR THANK YOU: I wish to thank the doctors and nurses for the kind­ness shown to mother during her two week stay in hospital, and to everyone who helped with the .T.'aeral service or helped in ary way during my bereavement0 Alice May Allen. NOTICE: Anyone who has not had their 6" glass plates returned from the Bridge/Harker reception please contact me and I will be happy to return them to you, name tags have come offo Sue hadoo the ATTENTION SPCRTSMEN: Anyone | wishing to have trophies measurecf please have them in to Arndt Motors by January 18th, Mqgrath Rod & Gun Club0 LOST: One canner kettle, 8 qt. size, with my name on it, from Assembly Hall at 1st Ward Supper. ?.Te have a 7 qt, canner kettle in place of it and wonder if seme-one picked up the wrong canner by mistake. Anyone knowing the where- ''"uts of my kettle., please Iris Meldrum, 758-3239» NOTICE: Adult Recreation Classes | resumed Wednesday, January Sth andj will continue each Wednesday night? at 8 P.M. in the Big Gym. An | additional Ladies Special Half f Hour of exercising will be held 1 from 8:45 to 9:15 P.M. in a sep- I. arate area. THANK YOU: We would like to express sincere thanks to all friends, relatives ■■nd neighbors for cal Li ng, sending errootings or helping in any way to make our 50th Anniversary such a special Dallas & Dagmar Minion. o • « v e The Magrath Elementary School appreciates this opportunity to thank the Lions Club for sponsoring randy bags for Grades one, two, -.;hree, four, five, six and kinder gyrten at the "Christmas Capers" program. The candy bags were J’-cn out by Santa Claus who was -also sponsored by the Lions Club. I say "thank you" whole school. Jackie Rice, Grade f&r our Six. PRICE SALE GARLAND., C. 9 • 9 O DON'T MISS THE 1/2 ■ 'N GIFT WRAP, TINSEL, '■SJRTED DECORATIONS CLEARING IN ” HARDWARE DEPU BECOMING CHECKS A NICE ASSORTMENT REGULAR $14.95.Q I Boys Wool Blend Plaid Jac i colors. Wear as a shirt or < . Qantzen Men’s Jantzen Sweaters in Wool and Orlon Knits. Vests, Pull­overs, Cardigans in plain and iawtaiU 20% OFF /IcryiiC Acrylic knit (made in Poland) V neck Cardigan Sweaters, esp­ecially nice for the older man. 1 COUNTER OF MEN'S SLACKS AND PANTS IN PLAIDS, AS WELL AS PLAIN KNITS AND SEER­SUCKER BABRICS. OF COLORS. REGULAR $10.95 to $17.95 1/2 PRICE a v. —< 71 day T)oWil^L lied Nylun quilted 100$ down fi 11ed Jackets, zipper opening, attached parka howd concealed in collar. BOYS REG. $49.95. MEN’S DOWN FTT.TF.D JACKETS REGULAR $59.95 . 1 RACK MEN’S JACKETS, assorted styles, Dress style, Sport. q c REG. $45 & $5* / Q J 1 RACK OF MEN’S & COATS. REG. $24.95 to ■ $39.95* (Nb Returns) 4800 JACKETS I695 MAGRATH TRADING COMnRNY LTD. llltlelltlllllllllllllHIHIiltlllHIlllllllillHi iSTEW MEAT D) rd . .Meaty • WIE N E R S . in marriage, December 21st in Golden Snow, LEAN St. CUBED Bennie Harker and John Bridge were united ______ _ ceremony was performed by Pres. haa.nt.-i fill ceremony with many friends and relatives attending-®!— Bonnie is the daughter of Ur. and Mrs. Ken Harker of Magrath, ¿John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bridge »f Raymond,. Roll owing the ceremony a dolicipus turkey dinner was served to friends and relatives the heme of the groom:s parents. ' Dr. Alan Dudley, uncle -f the g oom, was master of ceremonies. Uncle of tbe bride Elmer Harker gave the toast to the bride with the groom responding, Randy Harker gave a reading about Bonnie, Dianne Bridge gave a reading about Johh. Eva Kay Coypieters favored everyone with beautiful Christmas carols.- John's two little sisters Barbara and Beckycand *xtle brother Bobby sang a cute song dedicated to John. Everyone congratulated the happy couple and a very enjoyable afternoon was had by all, A CaT1i ng Reception was held that evening in the Magrath Assembly Hall which was beaut.ifully decorated in Christmas motif and colers «f red and white. Greeting friends at the door were Mr. and Mrso Ted Anderson, ^r. and Mrs. L. B. Tanner, Mr. and Mrs, Garth Col eman and Mr. "and Mrs- David Blumell. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Harker greeted friends upstairs. Mr. and Mrs’. Pingree Tanner acted as host and hostess for the evening. Maureen Thomson presided at the guest register. Bonnie chose as her bridesmaids Christine Harker, Lauteen Thomson, Janice Toomer and John:s four sisters - Dianne, Kaye, Barbara and Becky. Acting as groomsmen were John's brothers Grayion, Alan and Bobby Bridge., . Christmas music-, played and taped by Eva Kay Coppieters, was played in the background during the evening. The wedding cake was beautifully decorated by Bertha Bennett. In charge of decorating the hall was Barbara Ririe assisted by Marie Stevenson, Joan Karren, Vi MillP.r. Ruth Rice, Darlene Miller, Beth Toomer, Jill Harker and Janice Toomer. In charge of’the kitchen were Ruth Johnson and Doreen Alston assisted by Elizabeth Davies, ice Stevenonn, Carol Lowry, Marie Stevenson, Anne Pilling, Norma Pilling, Maureen Ras­mussen, Ida Taylor, Leitha Leishman, Sue Kado, Ruth Rollingson, Jolayne Robinson, Sharon ’’ynes, Carol Passey, Bessie Cook, Joan Hersam, Ruth Wilde, Elaine Bullock, Barbara Davies and Gloria Alston. Servitors were Jane Leishman, Carol Johnson, Carma Johnson, Mona Alston, Carolyn Ririe and Vickie Kado. Little girls pe*:ing wedding cake were Carie Stevenson, Sheri Haynes and Janet Ann Dudley with Sheila Dudley assisting. Shirley Johnson and Barbara. Gorham supervised the gift tables with Randy Miehe and Kim Perry receiving the gifts. Assisting in receiving the many guests who called to congratulate the happy couple wore Lisadore and Elmer Harker, Mary and Wallace Dudley and Mrs. Alvira Bridge, grandparents the bride and groom. . . . The happy couple will make their home in St. Lewis, Missouri. Temple, Cardston- The marriage r\Z We would sincerely like to thank all those who helped in any way to make Bonnie and ~hn"s wedding day so special? We really appreciate everyone's willingness to helpo If everyone does not receive a "thank you" card for your gift it is because quite a 5y.r cards were lest in the storm when we moved the gifts. Thank you. The Ken Harkers & Jack Bridges0 Mrs, Tom Carter has returned home after -- ling the Christmas season in Edmonton with ' r n- -1 aw and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Tom Morrow - ' ?’-'’mi]y. First Wife: "Gee Myrtle, the bank returned my check. Second Wife: "Are you ever lucky. What are you going to buy with it next time". MAGRATH GRADING COMPANY LTD. APPLE SAUCE 2/890 LIBBY’S UitiiUUllllllUIUtUlUiMII 2/890 .(. .„.„.'. CATELLI 14 oz. luiiilitinuiHUiHiHiuiHHUiiiiuiiiiniiiuiiiHuumiiiiiHiiiiiUiiniMhiii IHI HI IlHIIIIII 11K i II i I III I 111 I HUlHI I1IHUUIIIIHIHIIII HUiHHHtili IH — ORANGE JUICE KIDNEY BEANS R E I 14 oz, . . . . BEANSwdhPORK iiuUhO2>. . TOm'^tq. 3auq| SHREDDED WHEAT 20 oz I { "09 RUPERT 1# pkg. Macaroni «• o. or v , CATELLI 5# boxes. 109 is is - LIQUID - 10# boxes 32 oz. . MAC APPLES -b.c. CELERY HEARTS - JUMBO BANANAS - RIPE . TOMATOES . TURNIPS No, 1 « lb.