Magrath Store News (September 18, 1980)

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. MAGRATH TR ADING CO. STORE NEWS OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-357S nnv mnna -vrq non _______ STM HOOTS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18th, 1980 ....

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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. MAGRATH TR ADING CO. STORE NEWS OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-357S nnv mnna -vrq non _______ STM HOOTS, THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 18th, 1980 .i *********************************^ot****Tfilill,, h^*************^***** .LADTee ready-to-wear ******************* * ** ** w * * * T-w* * * * * * * ******** * **** * **** * **** * ** * ****** * ** * Foamtread Slippers SEE OUR SELECTION OF MATERNITY WEAR INCLUDING DRESSES & JUMPERS TOO. End of Summer Sale F Ladies one aqd two piece Dresses in the very latest fabrics $nd up-to-the minute fashions. Now clearing during these last days of Summer. 1/ RRIA» MORE HAVE BEEN ADDED TO THE RACK yO P|||Rr REAL BARGAINS ON THIS SALE RACK «2G 1/3 COSTUME JEWELLERY Maternity Wear 1 Maternity Jeans, and Slacks for "Mother-to-Be" A choice of styles and colors. Flattering Chains in Gold and Silver so popular this Season to wear with your Ensembles. Available in 15", and 18" lengths. Ideal gift items too. PRICED Ladies Houseslippers in Enchantment and Chatelaine styles. Very comfortable to wear around the house as well as when you are relaxing. FAU. Gardening 85 litres WHILE THEY LAST A_NEW CONCEPT IN WHEELBARROWS deal for moving loads over lawns, soft ground, sand and gravel. Features include seam-ite? X Tray With a caPacity of approx­imately 3 cu. ft. All steel "X" frame leg assembly. See on display in our Hardware window. PRICED AT . ERIE purpose WHEELBARROW General Purpose Wheelbarrows with tubular steel frame. Has drawn seamless tray, one piece tubular steel frame, square se design. x" frame leg assemblv. Roller­hearing wheel, dust sealed. Grease' fitting for easy lubrication. y X3PcuITft 124 litres (4*4 cu- - Wet Spring of 1981 Price is over $100.00. , e M.T.D, WHEELBARROW j.b cu. ft. with seamless leak-proof Jra£' ^4' " 360' rolled edge, clioped ?-° bandies. 4,'x8" Wheel with ball bearings. Pneumatic two ply 1G"x4" tire. ’ Save the $5.00 Assembly Price We have several put together and’ ready to go at the Knock Down Price 1981 Spring Price $79.95 SAVE NOW AT Garaant utility Wheelbarrow A compact model for small jobs. Metal handles & seamless tray. Unassembled. (The last of the $25.00 Wheelbarrow) Garden tools LEAF & LAWN RAKES SHOVELS HOLLOW BACK CONSTRUCTION light digging. A qual- $9.95 ELORAL SHOVEL : Light-weighti Blade size is 6 x8V. Just right for digging gladioli bulbs, etc' $3.09 BOW RAKE: 14 teeth, forged steel one piece head’ $8.09 ^ALL_SIZE_GARDEN_SHOVEL : For lady gardeners and n ~ J ity shovel. COMET BRUME RAKE: Efficient Sweeping action to pick up small­est -jrass clippings, leaves, etc. PRICED AT. $5,98 ¿PRINS-BRACED RAKE.’ Sturdiest on the marker. 22 temoeied steel teeth angled for 2" raking depth. elastic lawelrake : Light -sweep feel bamboo, flexibilitv of sorinn Men's work shirts Men's G.W.G. Twill Work Shirts in popular Khaki or Brown shades. Never press. REGULAR $16.95 13” WE HAVE A GOOD STOCK OF FALL & WINTER CAPS IN WOOLS, VELOURS AND TWILLS. "PATIO" SALE: at the home of Doris & Arvid Larson, Space 28, North Trailer . Court - Clothes, Household goods, decorations & items too numerous to mention. Come & get in on the bargains Saturday, Sept. 27th, 2-5 Doris Larson, Olive ’Train & Norma Arnold. p .m YOU: Our sincere to the Fire Department and Neighbors for THANK thanks Friends their prompt response in helping us to put fire last Tuesday The Dan. Atwood out our af ternoon. Family. FOR SALE: 2 bedroom house on treed SPORT JACKETS CORDUROY SPORT BLAZERS Two popular shades - Beige or Chocolate Brown. Sizes left include 36, 38, 42. REG. $89.00 Clearing At 1 RACK OF MEN'S TIES IN ALL THE POPULAR COLORS, PATTERNS AND PLAINS. men’s ties 1 acre lot. Phone 758-3556. CLEARING YOUR GARDEN? If you've got garden wastes you’d like to get rid of, give us a call. You stack 'em, we'll pack 'em away. Ph. 758-6239 Another Harris Family Service. LESSONS IN ARTEX PAINTING - by June Kolasko, Thursdays 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. Drop In Centre. Everyone wel­come . NOTICE: Anyone interested in taking Beginner’s Classical Guitar Lessons contact Derek Hansen. Ph. 758-6851. WANTED: Ride to Salt Lake at Con­ference time. Rose Gurney, Paone 758-3015. ATTENTION: Anyone interested in singing in a Community Christmas Contata contact Rose Gurney or Mary Baker. WANTED: Set of Bunk beds. Phone 758-3752. WANTED TO RENT: 2 or 3 bedroom house, in Magrath. R. Emmelcamp. Phone 345-4771, Collect. DRAWERS Men's Cotton knit and Thermal knit Drawers for Winter. Get your winter supply now while we have a full size range in stock. $6.95 - $8.95 *********** Magrath Trading Co: Thank you for donat­ing the trophy for the Jr. Western Equit­ation Class in the Horse Show. I was reel happy to win this class because there was some real tough competition. Thanks again. Sincerely, Jess Hartung. WANTED: Caretaker for Raquet Ball Court and Dressing Rooms. Contact Town Office. WANTED: Someone to teach Accordian or Guitar lessons. Ph. 758-6750. FOR SALE: 1977 Leisure Craft Tent Trailer. Sleeps 6. Stove, tank, ice box electrical. Excellent condition. Ph. 758-6369.' WANTED TO BUY: Child's Playpen and crib. Must be in good condition. Phone 758-3154. Jacque Ac k'r o y d . WORK NEEDED: A 14 year old boy will­ing to do odd jobs. Saving for band. Call Larry Webster, 758-3424. Thank you. ? WANTED: Used Metranome in good cond­ition. Ph. 758-3057. NOTICE: I will clear up your gardens for you. Ph. 758-3057. NOTICE: A book of Mystery, a book of Living, a book of Life after Living. Come study the Bible and related Gospels. Ph. 758-6288. There are bigger things in life than money. Bills, for instance. Fabric 1 r V New Photo Albums are now in. Will take refills. Get your pictures sorted PHOTO ALBUMS (REGULAR $6.95) LIGHT BLUE DENIM Ideal for making your Sport-Outfits, Skirts Jeans, as well as for Kiddies wear.60" wide REGULAR $6.95 395 Cachet Gift Set ■ 5 PIECE GIFT SETS Cachet or Wind Song Bubble Bath, Lotion, After Shower Cologne, Spray Cologne, Soap, heat plastic pouch. in REGULAR $15.50 9.95 Toys for Toddlers MUSICAL TOY Bells or Hearts. Pull cord to wind up. Nursery songs. REGULAR $6.99 Priscilla more private ***************** Brockway will take a few voice or piano students if lessons can be scheduled on Mondays during school hours. Adults welcome! ATTENTION: Community Women’s Chorus meets Thursday at 7 p.m. in the High School Band Room. New members will be taken at this' time. NOTICE: Community Band will meet Thursday at 8 p.m. in the High School Band Room. For information phone Steve Brockway, 758-6402, or merely show up at the Band Room for the practise Thursday evening. Will babtsit in my home Monday - Fri­day. Ph. 758-3154. Jacque Ackroyd MAGRATH GH SCHOOL F0.0TBAEL.1 SCHEDHLE WadnMday. Oct. • . Magrath Zeniths at Raymond Comets • Thursday, Oct a . Cardatori Cougars, at Coaldale Spartana ' ' Friday, Oct 10 St. Mary's Warriors at Claresholm Cobras Bye—Vulcan Golden Hawks ' Friday, Oct. 17 ' Claresholm Cobras at Cardston Cougars Vulcan Golden Hawks at Raymond Comets Coaldale'Spartans at Magrath Zeniths Bye—St. Mary's Warriors Saturday, Oct. 25 ' Playoffs Begin (Game time 1 p,m.) Team.No. 2 vs Team No. 7 Team No. 3 vs Team No. 6 Team No. 4 vs Team No 5 Bye—First place team Saturday, Nov. 1 Semi-Finals (Game Timo 1 p.m.) Team No. 1 vs lowest ranked team Remaining two teams meet In other Saturday, Nov. 8 Championship game at home of .highest ranked team Western Eight schedule LEAGUE SCHEDULE Friday, Sept 12 Raymond Comets at St. Mary's Warriors Magrath Zeniths at Cardston Cougars Coaldale Spartans at Vulcan Golden Hawks Bye—Claresholm Cobras Friday, Sept, is Vulcan Golden Hawks at Clarsholm Cobras Coaldale Spartans at Raymond Comets ' Cardston Cougars-at St. Mary's Warriors Bye—Magrath Zeniths Tuesday, Sept 23 Raymond Comets at Cardston Cougars St. Mary’s Warriors at Vulcan Golden Hawks . Claresholm Cobras at Magrath Zeniths Bye—Coaldale Spartans Friday, Sept 28 Claresholm Cobras at Coaldale Spartans Magrath Zeniths at St. Mary's Warriors Cardston Cougars at Vulcan Golden Hawks Bye—Raymond Comets Friday, Oct 3 Raymond Comets at Claresholm Cobras St. Mary's Warriors at Coaldale Spartans Vulcan Golden Hawks at Magrath Zeniths Bye—Cardston Cougars the exception of the playoffs games will all take place on Saturday afternoons, kick off time at one p.m. The league will begin Friday, Sept. 12th and continues through until play­offs Saturday, Oct. 25th. The semi­finals are slated for Saturday, Nov. 1 and the championship match, at the home of the highest ranked team, will go Saturday, Nov. 8th. Conference games get under way at 5 p.m. in September. 4:30 p.m. the rest of the season with . . i. Playoff POST OFFICE NOTICE: Do to the re­scheduling of the arrival and depart­ure of mail, the following Post Office hours are being implemented: Wicket Service - Mondays through Fridays 0830 to 1700; Saturday 0900 to 1300. We request all despatching of local mail be in the Post Office by 1615 or 4:15 p.m. SENIOR CITIZENS: On Friday, Sept. 26, at 1 p.m. there will be a Pot Luck Dinner at the Garden City Senior Cit­izens’ Drop In Center, in the Lounge. Guests will pay $1.00 each, and bring an item of food: vegetable, or salad, or dessert. Hostesses will be Ione ,Krhbiel and Eda Kosma. At the program following the dinner, medallions will be presented to citizens of 75 years and over who have applied for them. ELDERS' QUORUM MOVIE - September 19th 7 p.m. Magrath Cultural Hall. "The Cat from Outer Space". Adults $1.50, Students 75d, Children under 12, 50d. MAGRATH CERAMICS OPENING — Wednesday, Oct. 1st. Adults 1 - 3:30 p.m. and 7 - 9:30 p.m. Children 3:30 - 5:30 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays. Fees - $6.00 Adults, $3.00 Students. Phone 758-3229 for further information. Isobell Holladay Never Press Coveralls in Blue or Brown. Light weight. REGULAR $29.95 öOVERNfftENr VftMT&D j THEV TUST WRITE SIGNS PA THEY NEVER REAP TU EM* Men's Turtle Neck T Shirts styled by Stanfields. Long Sleeves. Shades of White, Brown, Red Blue, etc. REGULAR $18.00 1 TABLE OF BOYS ' IN ASSORTED STYLES. NOW IS THE TIME TO STOCK UP ON YOUR WINTER NEEDS. REGULAR $17.95 INSULATED COVERALLS styled by Workmate. Quilted lining, polyester shell. Dark green PRICED AT shade. . $69.95 Rubber Western Boots WA Urrà Western boot style Rubber Boots, lined. 1 pr per customer _ REG. $14.95 8s A "Salute to the North­west Territories" Tour to commemorate an all paved high­way from Coutts to the North West Territories as well' as celebrating Alberta's 75th birthday has been completed. The tour was open to everyone in Alberta who wished to part­icipate, with buses provided for senior citizens. Those from Magrath who took part were Burns & Iöla Harker, Lottie Harker, Winnie Ehlert, Lyda Poulsen, Mary Dudley, Lucille Seward and Olive Gruninger. The tour started at Coutts August 26th and ended September 9th at Stony Plain. It encomp­assed Alberta visiting all 13 zones, a distance of 3500 ^lles Pjlus 1000 miles by plane in the N.W.T. as the group was flown to Yellow Knife and Fort Smith and back from Hay River. ‘ All of us had a grand and glorious time. Alberta is a wonderful province with many museums, fishing lakes, beaches and beautiful scenery to be seen. L . S . A man's job is his best friend. It clothes and feeds his wife and children, pays the rent and supplies the wherewithal to develop and become cultivated. The least a man can do in return is to love his job. If you ask any successful man the reason for his making good, he will tell you that first and foremost it is because he likes his work; indeed, he is wrapped up in it. He walks his work; he talks his work; he is entirely inseparable from his work, and that is the way every man worth his salt ought to be if he wants to make of his work what it should be, and make of himself what he wants to be. Bedspreads blankets by Tex made’ REGULAR $49.95 (No Returns) Mr. and Mrs. Rob Rollingson and son John have been transferred to Rimbey, Alberta where Rob will be working for the Bank’ of Montreal as the Administrations Manager. Flannelette Blankets designed by Texmade. ’ Have attractive colored SIZE: 70 x 90. Pretty two-tone Chenille Bedspreads ' in size 93x103. Look luxurious, wash like a dream Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gurney, their daughter Mrs. Myrna Law and grand­daughter Mrs. Debbie Rollingson and great grandson John Rollingson and Mrs. Ila Tuff have returned from Utah where they attended the wedding of Miss Leslee Gurney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gurney of Orem, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Kruger have as their guests his brother Mr. Robert Kruger and daughter Rita and her fiance Mr. Ludwig Ludecke all pf Hardenberg, Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Meldrum and daughters Fern and Jane of Brigham City, Utah are visiting relatives Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Meldrum and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McClain. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Heaton and sons left at the weekend to make their home at Innisfail, Alberta. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Christensen of Calgary and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Harris of Corpus Christi, Texas were visitors during the weekend of Jay’s father, Mr. Eiden Christensen at Diamond Willow Terrace. Mr. and Mrs. Hall Poulsen attended the recent funeral of the late Clifford TOWELS Terry Hand Towels with screen printed floral design. Assorted colors. REGULAR $3.95 2« SAYELLE YARN A knitting favorite as well as for your handicraft needs. Assorted colors. REGULAR $1.00 89* Hood in Calgary, beloved husband of Haz^l Hood and brother-in-law of Mrs. Poulsen. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Tanner returned home Sunday from Mesa, Arizona, where they served a two year Mission for the Magrath Third Ward L.D.S. Church. Word was received Monday evening of the passing of Marion Macleod of Provo, Utah, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Norton of Provo, and formerly of Magrath. Mrs. Macleod passed away Monday afternoon following a lengthy illness. She is also survived by her loving husband, Don, one daughter and 5 sons; her twin sister Marilyn Haskell of Lovell, Wyoming; sister Jane of Salt Lake City; brothers Keith of Magrath and Al of California. She was pre­deceased by a sister Helen. TABLECLOTHS Perma Press Table Cloths with soil release. Floral patterns in an assortment of colors. 54x72. 14“ REGULAR $21.95 Mr. and Mrs. Dick Sabey wish to announce the forthcoming.marriage of their daughter Mary, to Ned Moon of Burley, Idaho. The wedding will take place in the Logan Temple, September 19th. Friends and relatives are in­vited to an Open House honoring the happy couple on September 27th from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Heritage Hall (Main St.) Milk River. BONELESS , L V M P I C 500 G BEEF , Smoked Hams swifts . Hound Steak i LB LB LB I a 2«« J 69 HAM ho C ************************************* . P $ TRICT HOME ECONOMIST REP ORT n — --- --- --- Alberta Agri­culture and Lethbridge Community Coll- K S MEATY . . .LB c Housewives Conference: Alberta Agri-pillât.**/* — _ J ▼ . • « . . eg£ are offering the Housewives Con­ference on Sept. 30 - Oct. 2nd at aferton Park. The program is aimed at 'Southern Alberta housewives to ma|ce them more aware of the options and opportunities available to them in their homes and communities. For more information and registration orms, drop into the Agriculture Off-icç at Cardston or call 653-4461 Adolescent Issues- This workshop is designed for parents and other int­erested in or working with adoles­cents. Information and discussion on suçh topics as parent-adolescent communication, the development of the adolescent, sexuality, alcohol and drug abuse will be explored. Place - Provincial Building, Cardston. Time: 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Cost - $5.00. To register and for further informat-tiqn contact or drop into the Agri­culture Office or call 653-4461. Other courses which final dates have not been set for include: Timfe Saver Sewing; Pattern Altera­tions; Ski Wear; Money Management, lease inquire if there are any areas that want certain courses. £athy Bosse, D. H. E. *************************** 1 DISTRICT AGRICULTURIST NEWS FOR SALE: Feed grain oats & barley. Ph. 758-3278, Nick Nykyforuk. FOR SALE: lances. 2 bikes, a couple of appl- Ph. 758-3219. May May May — - - X~ ~ ““ J V. J- d The rains fall soft upon your fields, . and Until we meet again, may God hold you in the palm of His hand. -Ancient Irish Toast. the the the road rise to meet wind be always at you, __ your back, sun shine warm upon your face 5 Warble Treatment Pays! A return from ro $45 on an investment of one dollar is pretty good return on any­body s money. This is the return that a cattleman who treats his cattle for warbles in the fall can expect to make says Alberta Agriculture’s livestock pest control specialist, Dr. All Khan. He reports that 917 feeder calves (weighing an average of 415 pounds) that were treated with a commercially available pour-on, spot-on or spray in an experiment conducted at the University of Nebraska gained an av­erage of 1.04 pounds per day compared with only 0.92 pounds per day for $ similar group of untreated animals. On this basis, if these animals had been pre-conditioned for 200 days before they went into the feed­lot, they would have gained 24 extra pounds. It is not hard to calculate what these 24 extra pounds would bd worth at today’s prices. Dr. Khan also reports that trials which he has conducted in Alberta show that treating cattle in Octobep rather than in November produces ' much better results. D.L. Steed & John Knapp. D.A.’s. PRE SCHOOL STORYHOUR- at the Magrath Public Library will begin again Wed. Sept. 24th from 10 - 11 a.m. Pre­schoolers and older through Kinder­garten age. Books may be taken home (2 per child) at the end of each week’s session providing the child holds a current library card - 25c. This unit will last 6 weeks through October 29 at a $1.00 fee per child. Only 15 children will be accepted but guests may be brought at any time at a charge of 25c. To register your children ' call Iris English, 758-3751. One good thing about telling the truth is that you don't have to remember what you said. FALL SPECIALS W. F. 1# PARCHMENT Orange Juice MINUTE MAID 355 ML . HEINZ 568 ML ». 3 MINUTE H E I N Z IN TOMATO SAUCE 398 ML Butter SQUIRREL 1KG Bounce Sheets FABRIC SOFTENER 40'S PAPER TOWELS KLEENEX 2 PACK . Vegetable Soup HEINZ 284 ML . 3i89‘ HANDI PACK BOX J 95 Hearts i8s each 88( Câbbôg® LOCAL COOKING ONIONS 3# bags