Magrath Store News (December 4, 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. STORE NEWS GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOODS 758-3252 HARDWARE EEPARJMENT 758-3065 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday. 8 am to...

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Main Author: Magrath Trading Store
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Published: J. A. Ririe 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. STORE NEWS GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOODS 758-3252 HARDWARE EEPARJMENT 758-3065 Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday. 8 am to 6 rm Wednesday. . .8 am to 1 pm THURSDAY, DECEMBER 4th, 1980 .MAGRATH, ALBERTA ************************************************************************* OFFICE 758-3033 STOPE HOURS HARDWARE DEPARTMENT ************************************************************************* Great Gift Ideas GLASSWARE UB ACCESSORIES SLABS JCE BUCKET & CLASSE? 4-9*$ oz. Glasses and Covere Bucket in REGULAR »■ Covered Ice Nd "cracked ice" design. I $17.88 .411.89 INSULATED ICE BUCKET Approximately 3 qt. capacity. Teak finish. REGULARS 15.59. $10,39 BAR SET 5 piece Set includes Spoon, Mixer, Strainer Jigger and tongs on hardwood stand. REGULAR$19.88 .$13,95 Pottery Handsome Pottery Vases, made in England, in various shapes, sizes and designs. REGULAR $11.79 . $8.19 LARGE 22" JARDINIERE. Reg. $25.88.$17,29 GIANT DOG FigUrilWS dog BANK ~ Large size Dog that makes a nice figurine and penny bank too. REG. $10.95 $7 2Q Life-like expression of a real Spaniel. Brown and white. REG. $34.95 2Q OWL BOOK ENDS MONKEY GOLFER OWL FIGURINE 14" Owl Figurine in life-like colors. REGULAR $18.95 Gold colored Owl Book Ends. An attractive gift. REGULAR $23.95 15" Monkey Golfer in life-like colors. REGULAR $17.88 "De«>WiMC/ VlaStt r'tytfjuÆÂ A PAIR OF OWLS GIANT SPOON & FORK GUN & HOLSTER SET A pair of Ceramic Owls, really life-like. REGULAR $13.95 Huge Spoon and Fork in dark brown Ceramic. REGULAR $4.98 Gun & Holster in Ceramic. Look teal. REGULAR $12.75 MANY, MANY MORE PLAQUES & GIFTWARE REDUCED TO CLEAR AT 1/3 OFF. SEE THEM, THEY MAKE IDEAL GIFT ITEMS FOR THE MEN OR WOMEN ON YOUR SHOPPING LIST. Costs 1 RACK OF MISSES & LADIES COATS & JACKETS «IN A NICE VARIETY OF STYLES. CLEARING AT 1 RACK QF COATS 6 JACKETS IN A VARIETY OF STYLES CLEARING AT CLEARING AT We have ji st received more -Blue Jeans a number of fashionable styles. Included are Stretch Fall-Winter Denims, Super Straight Leg, Femme Fits. Ideal gifts. MINI WORLD infant & Toddlers popular Miniworld Dresses in a host of cute styles« Grandmother A gifts. MAGGIE MUGGINS Mother! Be sure to see the New Arrivals of Girls Dresses * & Apparel in one« J two & three piece £g fashions. . SIZES t 7 to 12 yrs/ J Pyjamas Ladies 2 piece Pyjamas with feet. Plastic lined. Gay stripes in soft, cozy Nylon Fleece. Blue or Rose. $19.95 Hans Jorgen Hansen passed away in Magrath November 26th at the age of 71 years. Besides his loving wife Elsie, he is survived by two daughters and four sons; Mrs. Christine Short of Pibroch, Mr. Ron Hansen of Magrath, Mr. Kent Hansen of Smithers, B.C., Mr. Hans Hansen of Fort McMurray, Mrs. Grethe Anderson of Magrath Mr. Low Hansen of Magrath; and sixteen grandchildren. Funeral Services were held November 29, 1980 in the Christensen Salmon Funeral Chapel with Rev. Maier officiating. Interment took place in the Magrath Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gary Short, Derek Hansen, Steve Gruninger, Norris Tomlinson, Stan Hoare and Herb Ehlert. Pack Roll Pack Roll Pack SHEETS: CHRISTMAS CARDS Boxed Cards in assorted designs. PRICED: $2.59 - $4.95 CHRISTMAS SEALS & BOWS CHRISTMAS GIFT WRAP Available in Assorted Packs Roll THANK YOU: We would like to thank/, friends, neighbors and relatives for the many acts of kindness shown in our recent loss. Thanks also to the Doctors and staff at the hospital for the care Hans received before his Elsie Hansen & death. Family. BAND NEWS The Band Parent - V $2.39 $3.98 $5.49 ' h &SCIAB. hÉ Rob@s I 1 COUNTER OF GOWNS IN A VARIETY OF COLORS, STYLES AND FABRICS. $14.95-’ $15.95 //■ Rayon Satin Robe *’ also some Nylon Tricot Nightgowns styles and shades. Here is a chance to do some We are pleased Christmas shopping at a worthwhile saving. Lawrence & Winnie Calendars are and should be $19.95 to $25.00 Executive appreciate the support of those who responded to our fund-raising projects, e.g. the History Book, Assorted the Chocolate & the Christmas Figurine Sales. to have been asked to cater to the A.T.A. banquet and the Golf Supper honoring Ehler t. The Birthday being processed ready in January. The up-coming event for the community will be the Band’s Christmas concert - Thursday, December 18th Admittance - silver collection, also door prize and Christmas Bake Table. Starting in January we will be pro­viding school lunches and the special z event in February will be the Valen­tine Sweetheart Ball. A Food Fair is in the agenda for April. Money from these projects help to meet trip expenses and we are looking to replace uniforms. We are proud of our band and the progress they are making this year. We hope you will take time to enjoy.these coming events. Thanks to our Community Band Parents Association. Ladies down-filled Jackets in smart Denim Blue shade. 1 /Nylon shell. Fur trimmed Parka hood, zipper front. Hip length, 2 slash front pockets. SIZES: S. REGULAR $129.00 Having moved to Lethbridge, I would like to wish my many friends I’ve known over the past 17 years a fond farewell, and thank them for many happy memories. Chuck Sephton. The Magrath Rod & Gun Club will be starting their Turkey Shoot and Bingos. Watch next week's paper for a.11 the details. FOR SALE: Telstar T.V. Ga,e - plays Tennis, Hockey, Handball. $30.00 Call Donna, 758-6424. LOST: 2 Coats, one ladies full length rain coat, beige with brown trim. Ladies light weight Beige Jacket with hood and draw string tie at waist. Call Marilyn Dahl. Ph. 758-3263. the MAGRATH HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL TOURNEY Friday & Saturd~ay " --- 5 :00 6.30 8:00 9 : 30 Sat.10 : 00 11: 30 1:00 2:30 4 : 00 7 : 00 8:30 pm pm pm pm am am pm pm pm pm pm , Dec. 5th & 6th, 1980 LCI vs Cathodic Central, WR Meyers vs Magrath St Marys vs Cardston Raymond vs Kate Andrews Loser L vs Loser 2 Loser 3 vs Loser 4 Winner Winner Winner Loser Winner Esmond' Blankets in pleasing patchwork pattern. Assorted colors. Satin binding. REGULAR $18.95 . BLANKETS vs vs vs vs vs Winner Winner Winner Loser Winner 24 6 8 8 13 57 7 trophies will be Championship Game on presented Saturday night after - A - . --- _ x* .B. s* «J L. . A Cheerleader competition will take place key BATH TOWEU 2»3” (2 per customer) ab. has ened the veg, but st' ab ou’’ at Half Time of urday. Ticket Prices : 12 & over Under 12 Se® icn 1 Games . . , , Session 2 Games 5,6,7,8,9. Session 3 Games 10 and 11. the 4 p.m. Game 11 Game Pass $5.50 $4.50 1,2,3,4 on Çat- 1 Session $2.25 ' $1.75 Kids "Looney Tui. designed by Esmon Mouse"- Characters. Satin binding. Twin Double. The following Vegetables were ___ at the Golf Club Banquet at which time several people requested the recipe. V EGETABLE MANDARIN s erved Dollies 98i to $3.98 Soft Terry Bathtowel, in a selection of floral patterned or assorted designs in popular colors. REG. $3.95 Crocheted Doiles round, oval square, oblong. White and kecru shades. Place Mat Vinyl Place Mats in assorted designs of Vegetables, Mushrooms Holly Hobby. REG. $1.50 » cups celery cups cauliflower onions ' green peppers mushrooms or fresh mushrooms chicken broth or 1% cup water and chicken soup base Salt & pepper to tasti 2 cup s 2 cups 1 cup frozen peas (optional) carrots broccoli cup cup c an can tsp . tsp corn starch. - - __ __ _____ Prepare vegetables, slicing carrots ’ thin as well as chopped or slicing ther vegetables in small portions, e pan, which has been heated well, 'p• oil, add vegetables and saute n. Add chicken broth which ted (do not dilute) and thick­corn starch. Simmer until are just merely tender ’rm (more on raw side) Serves about 10 persons. _rman of the Catering band Parents' Organiza- I would especially like to .rtunity to thank those who committee with me for their good work, and for all those time to time given of their in the projects we have put on for the sole purpose --- --- Without . ' * * •* V • t. e and commi 11 tion Exe take this worked on diligence who have from serivce to us undertaken to of raising funds for the Band. ________ the help of many hands we would never be able to do these projects. It may seem we are asking a lot of the parents from time to time but we are in need of -funds ■ throughout the year to maintain the Band. Trips are most costly, as well we are looking to new uniforms, the cost of ■SjEfc'which is exorbitant. We need your help. e, are most grateful for your support and the helP y°u have given us in the ’ past. Thank you. We still have a good supply of Band Histories on hand which ’‘f would make nice Christmas presents for past Band Students or friends who have had any interest in the Band in Magrath. For a book contact 758-3145 or 758-3092. Viola Miller. MAGRATH LIBRARY NEWS coveralls would and The Magrath Library Board like to express their thanks appreciation for the donations of books to the Library. In memory of Earl Neilson - "Ice Fishing", from Lawrence and Berta McClain. "Gardening in Springtime", from Grace and Grand­mother Kadanaga, "10,000 Garden Questions, Answered by an Expert" from Dick & Della Clarke. In Memory of Soren & Chloe Sorensen: "The First 2,000 Years" "The Windwalker", and 'Echoes From My Prairies", from Lucille Seward, Irene Strang, LaVerna Ackroyd, Hazel & Clyde Spencer, Carol & David Lowry and Family, Joe & Inez Gibb, Pearl Harriotts, Cecilia Foot, Gaelynd & Norma Pilling and family, Grant & Hazel Dudley; In Memory Of Marie Miller Caid: "Flowers of the World", from Norman * and Melva Christensen, Kay & Shirley Neilson, Kim & Joy Christensen, Barrie & Joan Society Field Wildflowers - Rondo & Allie In Memory Steed. "The Audubon Guide to North American Western Region" from Robinson. of AlVira D. Bridge! World of House Plants and Flower Arranging"., from Cal & Doreen Alston and family. 1 "Remarkable StorieB from the Lives of L Latter Day Saint Women" from Nyal & Freda Fletcher, Glenn & Charlotte Fletchep. "By Me, William Shakespeare", and ’*1 Passed This Way" - - - Bernice & Howard Jensen, Tripp , ' In §elf" i Toomer, In Memory af Joan Harkgr Rir This Moment" and "Where the Hear from Burns & Iola Harker, Cal & Alston, Greg & Elizabeth Strong, In Memory qf Rob Jenspn, Carpi Jphnson, Janice Wilde and Mary Mehewj "The History of the Magrath-Cardston Convert & Marching Bands", from the Magrath Band Parents Association. In Memory of our teachers! Thelma May, Xy.tle Parkinson, Vera Miller Head, Grace Fletcher Miller, Glen Miller, Martha Houston, and our fellow students Laird Peterson, Gatth Harker, Duane Coleman, Jack Curt, StUatt Balderson, Glen Leishman, Henderson Bly, . Mills - "Norman RdEkwell’s those attending the Class Reunion of held July 26, 1980. "Stray Bullets" Creative Writing Class of Paul Upton. Mind's Eye", from David & Janet Bly, Hazel Dudley, .Librarian, from Ola & Vernile Wilcpck, Bess & Harold & Irving Brunstad. Memory of from Stan Ray Harker’ "The Gift of & Maysie Toomer & Roy Ray Meilsqn, Rex Ehlert, Nellie Mautine Rieh Tapher, Edna Deglow / „ ’Christmas Book", front 1926-1938 from the "In The notice: ^11 huiM gahigeis Stereo, Television Pr Aft/ ££*££££fY work, Phone Ron Boldkoski, ph. 329-1278,. FOR SALE: Snow Blower, used less than 8 hours, $150.00 off list price. Ph, 758-3067 9 Men's two tone Nylon Vests with Denim trim on yoke and back. Western style. Polyfil. REGULAR $33 Men's Brown Nylon down filled REGULAR $49.00 Insulated Coveralls in sturdy Never-press Twill* S.M.L. XL* $69.95 - $89*95 20%off RUBBER BOOTS Jersey lined rubber Western style pull” on Boot in light tan with brown colpr, REG. $13.95 MEM'S SLIPPERS Men's vinyl Slippers in handy slip-on style. SIgEgf 7-10 REG, $12,95 ’9” # * * * * * * 4 * * jk * * * * * ± Mrs* Me^iAe H0SAF Pf St. Albert is visiting with her parents My. and Mrs. Lawrence McClain. FOR SALE: Darkroom Equip­ment, enlarger, develop­ing tank« & tray«, dryer, film roller, etc. $15©. Phone Ron, 329-1278. LOST - two-tone Green cro­cheted Hand Bag, near school. Call Donna, 758-6424 kJ visitors STYLES. $28 TO $65 to » made i s COLLARS, .C LU , are Mr. and Mrs. 1-ir . and Mr. and Magrath. andparents are Ernie Widmer *and Jim Ririe all of December 12th & 13th, December 15th & 16th. each night in the 2 to 4 p.m. tricot bedspread. attend. - Friday, Draw will be Everyone of Medicine of a daughter 1980. and Mrs. Wallace $1.50 Students, $2.00 Door Prices: $2.00 Students, Jackets Monty Glen Jackets in sturdy Drill. Nylon lining, Polyfil insulated. parka REG. $59.95 Pile line Beige, Brown. Nylon Jackets with polyfil. Assorted colors with stripe trim. REGULAR New Jantzen Sweaters in Pullovers and Cardigans. Plains and patterns in a host of popular colors. An ideal ti1-gift for him. V NECKS, TURTLE NECKS, VEST Recen t Syl Rarick home were Mr. and Mrs. Gerry McKinney and famil of Innisfail and Mr. and Mrs. Dallas Rarick of Calgar- rpv ~ also visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Brian Rarick and f amily. F antas ticks’,' longest Show i s running produced in World Theatre n -L o L i. y being presented by the Magrath High School with 4 big performances Friday & Saturday, Monday & Tuesday, Show Time - 8 p.m. Magrath High School Band Room Theatre. Advance Tickets Adult s. $2.50 Adults. DIAMOND WILLOW TERRACE TEA December 5th, for the invited DRAWERS Men's Drawers in Cotton or Thermal knit. Elastic waist knit ankles $7,95 & $ 8 , j j ■ : Men’ I *7 THANK YOU: Hospital Staff of the Hospital for the good while a patient there and visits My thanks to the Doctors and Magrath Municipal care I received Also for cards f rom fr iends. Kulcsar. I received Hans THANK YOU: nurses and Hospital for the in hospital. My for your visits Sincere thanks to the doctors, staff of the Magrath Municipal care I received while thanks also to friends and kind thoughts. Luke Murakami. THANK YOU: family and friends nesses while Also thanks the hospital Cam We would like to thank our their many kind­in the hospital. for Combinations Men's Combinations in a choice of short sleeve or long sleeve, ankle length. Selection includes Cotton, Thermal Knit or A.C. $14.95 & $15.95 WATCH FOR CHRISTMAS have them as well as who like comfor t Loral was to the doctors and staff at for the good care & Loral Atwood & Family. THE CHRISTMAS CANTATA COMING. IN. We will the outside quanset for received. yard those in TREES ARE NOW on display in inside the to pick out their trees during this story weather. in the in a grey, brown, last weekend? s ome town kind neighbor take east black He left Dis part of tortoiseshell cat our place Friday evening and we would like to have him back. PPhh . 758-3456. ROASTS BONELESS SHOULDER Bsef $tew Meat SAUSAGES LEAN, CUBED . 198 LB * MINI SIZZLERS SCHNEIDERS PKG Sausage SUMMER 6OZ PKG 691 ENDS LEAN It ifas a memorable night Wednesday November 25th for Lawrence & Winnie Ehlert when approximately 250 friends and relatives, most of whom were from the Golfing Community, gathered in the Magrath High School Gymnasium to honor them upon their retirement from the Magrath Golf Course. Pres. Bob Wells and wife Margaret and Doug and Sue Mikado welcomed the guests at the door. Mrs. Carol Lowry had charge of the guest book. David Lowry was Master of Ceremonies for the evening. Grace was offered by Ray Stevenson tasty roast beef by the Band Parents . .LB Sympathy is being extended to Ean and Diane Cant on the death of their infant son, 2 month old Michael, who passed away suddenly Monday even­ing, December 1st, 1980. Besides his loving parents, is survived by his sister and grandparents Ed and Mary Cant Mi chae1 Natasha Harker, rath. Funeral services are 5 Don and Lora all of Mag-tentatively set for this Thursday afternoon, Dec. 4th at 2 p.m. in the Magrath L.D.S. Chapel. of the evening was FOR RENT: 3 bedroom home, centrally located, close to down town. For more information call 271-3894 after 5 p.m. Emma Lou (Briggs) Smith. following which a dinner was served Association. Guest speaker B. Tanner who gave a brief history the Magrath Golf Course going back 1925. He paid tribute to Lawrence, DISTRICT HOME ECONOMIST FAREWELL I would like to take this opportun­ity to say farewell. Ron and I have been transferred to Fort McMurray. I have enjoyed my past three and a half years in Cardston. During that time I met a lot of people and made a lot of friends. I will miss you all. Thanks for making me a part of your Community. , There will be another taking my place shortly. giving them a Life member-will make her as welcome Kathy DISTRICT AGRICULTURIST REPORT Home Economist I hope you as you did me. Bosse. L . of t o acknowledging his 25 years of labor at the golf course and his many accomp­lishments during that time; and to Winnie for her many years of service, especially in catering at the Club House and assisting Lawrence with his wo rk. Presentations were made with Pres. Wells, on behalf of the Golf Club and it's members, ship in the Club and an engraved silver tray . On hehalf of the Town of Magrath, Mayor Alan Dudley paid tribute to the Ehlerts and made a presentation of a beautiful crystal bowl. Mrs. Gladys Leishman, representing the Ladies Golf Club, presented Winnie and Lawrence with a beautiful bouquet of pink roses. Winnie and Lawrence expressed their appreciation and thanks to the many who came to honor them on this special night. Remaining orders of Sweet Adeline Pies filled Dec. 8,9. You will be notified when your pies are ready. A. Stevenson. Watch For These Courses: Barley Product­ion - 4 part series, Friday, Dec. 5th at 4 p.m. Provincial Building, Cardston. Cattle Production - 5 part series, Thurs. Dec. 4, 1:30-4 p.m. Prov. Build. Sheep Production - Wed. Dec. 10th, 7-9:30 p.m. Prov. Bldg. Cardston. Incidents again this fall show why more farmers are posting their land against hunting. Hunters dug a pit for concealment while hunting geese on the French farm at Hillspring. Scatter­ed straw over it instead of filling it in. One of French’s cows grazing, fell into this ditch and died.