Magrath Store News (October 17, 1985)

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 STO 8am to ópm 8am to 1pm OFFICE 758-3033 / GROCERIES 75 8- 3 5 3 / DRY GOODS 758 -3252 ■' HARDWARE 758-3065 UPSTAIRS 1 STO...

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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 STO 8am to ópm 8am to 1pm OFFICE 758-3033 / GROCERIES 75 8- 3 5 3 / DRY GOODS 758 -3252 ■' HARDWARE 758-3065 UPSTAIRS 1 STORE NEWS 758-6377 ' STORE HOURS: Monday, Tuesday. Tu-sday. Friday, &, Saturday Wednesday. . . THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17th, 1985' LADIES R B- A D Y — T1 o — y? p a d ************************************** ’b************^**,*.^,.,.,.,.**,****^*****^*^* SHOES New Fall Shoes in Dress and Casi ia1 styles for Milady have arrived. New Fall shades to co-ordinate with y'-ur Fall & Winter wardrobe. DON'T MISS THE SAIE P^.CKS OF DRESSES, BLOUSES, SKIRTS, ETC. U i Clearance! REG. $7.99 PLASTIC CEMENT WEEKEND SPEC LAL ELECTRÍ jæ f£ i&ER 508 and 7 508 B CAN OPERATE EXISTING FENCES TO WOOD POSTS WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW SHIPMENT OF “CABBAGE PATCH" DOLLS■ Make your selection early for Christmas. Home Hardware CLOTHES PINS Pkg Of 50 HOME HARDWARE OCTOBER SAT,F REGULAR $1.99 GARBAGE BAGS H<3ME HARDWARE LEAF & LAWN GARBAGE BAGS REGULAR $1.29 ok. Disposable Razors PACK OF 5 RA REGULAR 99 Mod&l' THE ELECTRONIC FENCE STAPLE BAMBOO QUALITY RAKE for raking all those leaves. METAL LEAF RAKE For leaves and other raking jobs. REG. $6.99 AM Rodenticides 454 g. »tö m ■ Killer WARFARIN MOUSE BAIT 454 g. 349 ,99 » $7.49 pail 5®5 Portable fence tester also included Wall or bench mounting Model 7508 operates on 115 volts ac at 3 watts. The 'ON' light Hashes when the ELECTRONIC FENCER is on. The OK' light flashes as long as the fence ,s net Aluminum case shorted will notrust ) Model 7508B operates en 1Í volts de at 1 5 watts. BLAC\-GP.OJNr 109“ 149“ FOIL ROASTING PANS 20^x12 3/4 by 3%" deep. REG. $3.19 120 VOLT BEE • • • • • 14.95-19.95 Gowns Polyester/Cotton Nightgowns, short sleeve. Assorted styles and color. Dainty lace or eyelet trim. Bath Towel* Large Bath Sheets in a choice of plain shades or floral patterns. Assorted colors Vari». .< SAYELLE YARN in a nice selection of popular colors. REG. $1.25. 99« (REG. SILICON* Shoe Protectors SILICONE SPRAY for protecting your shoes & boots against winter weather. 3" SKATE LACES White, Yellow, Tweed. LACES Below is a list of the Magrath District Recreation Board with their individual respons­ibilities. If anyone has any questions regard­ing a recreation activity, please contact them. ARTS & CRAFTS, GYMNASTICS, SENIOR CITIZENS, DANCING - Isabel Holladay (Magrath Rep.) Ph. 758-3229. PARKS, SWIM POOL, SWIM CLUB - Howard West (Chair­man) Ph. 758-6473. WELLING RECREATION, SOCCER - Craig Bullock (Welling Rep.) Ph. 752-4075. BAND, GOLF, TENNIS, ROD & GUN CLUB - Ross Blackmer, (School Rep.) Phone 758-6833. HOCKEY, RODEO - Bob Neilson (M.D. Rep.) Ph. 758-3361. SOFTBALL, BASEBALL, BASKETBALL - John Balderson (Magrath Rep.) Ph. 758-6392. CURLING, HORSESHOES, POTHOLE TRAIL RIDERS, AG. SOCIETY - John Panczak, (M.D. Rep.) Ph. 758-6265. ATTENTION WOMEN: Interested in a fun and inform­ative weekend? Come to the Annual Conference of the Alberta Federation of Women United For Families,. November 8th & 9th at Red Deer, AB. The Conference includes a banquet Friday and workshops Friday & Saturday. Three guest speakers have been invited: 1. Gloria Johnson from Roseburg, Oregon, a mother and TV personality who will speak on the subjects - "Organized Not Agonized"; "How To Be Less For Your Children So You Can Do More With Them". 2. Gwen Landolt - a mother and l*wyer from Ontario. She is co-founder of B.E.A.L. Women of Canada and will give an •pdate ef Women on the Canadian Scene. 3. Sheree Dudar - Director of Teen Aid in Southern Alberta. It promises to be a very enjoyable Conference. For more information contact - Lorraine Balderson, 758-6380. Anyone interested in learning more about the Teen Aid program is invited to a one day workshop at the Lethbridge Community College, October 26th. Sharon Dudar and guests from Calgary will be instructing. For more informat­ion contact 758-6380. A special little bundle of joy -Jordan Lamar, born to Pam & Brent Mortensen of Magrath, October 9th, 1985. Weighing 8 lbs. Welcomed by Grandparents Pat &a Gordon Harris­on of Magrath and Lois & Don Mortensen of Burley, Idaho. Anothera great grandchild for Pearl Harrison of Magrath. ■ Special thanks to Dr. Dennis Dahl and all the stgff at the Magrath Hospital. Thanks to all the visitors. ATTENTION PLEASI: Keep Sat. Oct. 26, 1985 open ge that you can attend the First Annual Magrath Hospital Athletic Association Fund Raising Bake Sale to be held at the Magrath Trading Co. Hall from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (or until baking runs out). There will be a draw for a large cookie house (50c per name); an ideal Christinas decoration. The Association is trying to raise funds e for sports equipment and uniforms. Hope to *.e you there. C.M. I BENT: 2 bedroom home with laundryr room. e •D/month including water ■'•»one Tndy at ■alter C , 1 --- r 'ï St. Joseph's C.W.L. held their non. . meeting at the home of Lydia Tries!! on day, October 8th, opening with the Leagr prayer. Convenor reports and correspond ence followed with Irene Gruninger repor ing on the Fall Execuitve Meeting she attended. The National Convention will be held in Fort McMurray and the Prov-^ incial Convention will be held in Banff. The Fall Supper will be on Friday, October 25th at 6:30 pm at the Drop In Center. Advance tickets must be purchased. The Fall Tea & Bake Sale will be on Saturday, November 16th at 10 a.m. in the Magrath Trading Co. Hall. Ladies, please remember to get your pull ticket: sold before this daté. The Adult Christmas Party will held on December 14th at 7 p.m. The Children's Christmas Party be held December 22nd at the Drop at 5 p.m. starting with a potluck There will be a $5 gift exchange for boti these parties. For the month of October, the Rosary will be said before Mass starting at 8:45 a.m. The November meeting ember 12th at 7:30 p.m. Lydia Brunner. will In Ce* tre suppe :. will be on Nov-at the home of '*» LTS T ï Men's Red Plaid flickinaw JacKets with red pile lining. Zipper front, roomy pockets. JACKETS Fall, & Winter Jackets for Boys. Polyfil with nylon ' shells. Washable. ADULT EDLUCATION CLASSES Beginning in November: 1. H-cha-cha, Social Dance Classes to be held once a week for 6 weeks. $13/Couple, Minimum pl 8 couples. Ooo-la-la Instructors from tl : College. 2. Learn how to administer C.P. during 4 hours of classroom instruction be held on two nights. 3/ "Sewing Mach: n; Applique" so easy even an amateur can co it. Come to the class and learn the art of app­lique, 3 classes. Make a cute goose in a hoop and pot holders to match. Call Cathy 758-6473 or Elaine, 758-6809 for more details. WOODWORKING FOR LADIES: Learn how to use your husbands tools & equipment. We'll make two or three items. Call Cathy or Elaine for details CAKE DECORATING: Learn all the techniques in­volved and make a beautiful cake for every occasion. 5 week course. You must bring your own supplies. Call Cathy or Elaine. Watch for new Adult Education Window display. Watch for our Christmas workshop the middle of November. SPRING COULEE COMMUNITY CLUB HALLOWEEN DANCE October 25th, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. $10/Couple. i Lunch and midnight. Prizes for the best cost­ume. SPRING COULEE COMMUNICY CLUB HARVEST SUPPER October 23rd, 5:30 to 7 p.m. $5/person; $20 per family; Under 10 $3; 3 & under free. FOR SALE: Homemade Doll Patch dolls, etc. Your Furniture for Cabbage choice of: bunkbeds, canopty bed, highchair, cradle or plain bed. To order and view phone 758-3056. T. Heggie. Créât for Christmas presents. New for & UP SWEAT Grey, $29.95 PANTS ‘ REGULAR O '* c JACKETS REGULAR SWEATERS «r Jantzen Sweaters Men. Pullovers, Vests, Cardigans in handsome knits and shades. *4g SETS ODDS and ENDS WORK SOCKS NOTICE: MAGRATHA ROD & GUN CLUB MEETING - Thursday, October 17th, 7:30 p.m. Magrath Trading Co. Hall. This meeting pertains to elec:*'"'' h ’■n1;? in December. All members welcome. Remember your member- 1 BASKET OF WOOL BLEND WORK SOCKS. REG. $2.95 - $3.95 Regular Pot-Luck Dinner on Friday, Oct. 25th at 12:30 p.m. It will be a Roast Pork dinner with Ed & Helen Hill as hosts. Don't discuss for Seniors sponsored by the Can­adian Red Cross. The meeting is Monday, October 21st at 10 a.m. in the Drop In Centre. for apt- the meeting to the FUN & FITNESS PROGRAM We leave for Fairmont on Tues­day, October 22nd at 8:30 a.m. from the Drop In Centre. HAI IMT - - • ? I FOR YOUR Visit our Department for Wigs, Masks, Noses things you need for a fun There will be a General Meeting for all Seniors to set up a Steering Committee to look into grants for sett­ing up a fund for our own building some­time in the future. The meeting is call­ed for Wednesday, November 13 at 7:30 p.m. In the Drom In Centre. Come and give us your support and advice. Dyes, Giant Hands - all the Halloween. There are a few seats left for STAGE west on Wed. November 27th. If you are not sure if your name is on the list, please phone, all money, cheques made out to Carefree Express, must be in by Monday, October 21. Price is $30. Phone Riries at 758-3456. 31® REG. $3.95 Christmas Fabric in Santas, Snowmen, Red & White or Green & White stripes. $7.95 m. Flannelettes 115 cm wide in a nice assortment of patterns and colors. Soft and fluffy, ideal for nightwear, infants, etc. CARDSTON SCHOOL DIV. #2 invites applicat­ions for the following position - Hutterville Colony - full time Réabilitation Aid for a Grade 1 student. Applications to be received no later than October 18th. Please forward applications and resumes to: Dr. Neldon Hatch' Director of Special Services, Cardston School Div. No. 2; Box 10, Cardston, AB. TOK 0K0. CHRISTMAS PRINTS Are your Costumes ready? Del Bonita Country Association Halloween Dance - Sat. October 19 Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Members & invited guests welcome. Band - "Rivers Edge" from Milk River. MAGRATH UNITED CHURCH ANNUAL FALL SUPPER will be held Wed. October 30th from 5 to 7 pm Adults $6; 12 & under $3. Everyone welcome. Come and enjoy a delicious Turkey/Beef Supper & the best in home cooking. PLEASE NOTE: Magraffi*Pre-School is now in full swing and doing great thanks to your support. Anyone interested in a good preschool exper­ience for your 4 or 5 year old, please contact Linda Saxton at 758-6663. LEOTARDS Leotards for Girls Assorted sizes and colors. Be ready for winter. Save 20% REMEMBER - the Magrath Rod & Gun Club Meeting tonight, Thurs. Oct. 17th at 7:30 p.m. in the Magrath Trading Co. Hall. Pertaining to elections which take place in December All members welcome. Remember your mem­bership card. HEADWEAR MITTS AND GLOVES FOR SALE or TRADE: 1979 Suzuki GS 850, loaded - faring, saddle bags, saddle bag guards, tour pack, radio, cruise control roll bars, chrome front fender guard and driving lights. Ph. 758-6316. i basic:? of winter headwear - TOQUES MITTS & GLOVES IN AN ASSORT BIT OF STYLES. FABRICS, COLORS. FOR SALE: 2 Radial tires P95R75-15, never used. Ph. 758-6316. LOST: Small brown Cosmetic Bag. Has masc? ara, eye shadow, etc. Ph. 758-6227. STUDENT COUNCIL NEWS Student UNICEF school night, Magrath Elementary School Council will be sponsoring a Drive. The students of the will be coming around Halloween so we would appreciate it if you would have your pennies, nickles, dimes and quarters ready for the students. Thank you. Magrath Elementary School Student Council. GRANDVIEW The Grandview Nursing of an R.N. Nurse to implement and 1. Prepare a calen-all Inservice areas 2. Giving Inserv-regular intervals. dar of ice 3. INSERVICE CO-ORDINATOR NURSING HOME: Home requires the services or graduate conduct an inservice program for approx­imately two days per week. , Duties include: jco-ordinating the Grandview. lessons at Prepare and priorize list of equip­ment and supplies needed to establish and continue the program. 4. Maintain records of lesson content and attendance records aof staff. 5. Orientation of newstaff. Please apply by October 21, 1985 Violet Matkin, R.N. Grandview Home, Box 1440, CARDSTON, AB Bright Orange Brushed Acrylic Hunting & Vests. Shagal" Brand Jeans for Boys. Zipper pockets front an back. Well tailored. SIZES: 8 to 18 to: Mrs. Nursing TOK 0K0. NEEDED: Park area) Monday Magrath about at 5 p.m. Please contact 6 p.m. at 758-3201. Ride to Lethbridge (industrail Friday, departing 8 a.m. and returning . Will pay travelling expense, Linda Maynard after i X e SALE REGULAR $7.95 "Work Horse" Work Gloves in two tone leather_ FOR SALE: Crystal Party Ice. 3.5 kg WORK-GLOVES bag. 95t Phone 758-3600. MUNICIPAL DISTRICT OF CARDSTON' NO. 6 AUCTION Saturday, Oct. 19th at 10:30 a.m. SHARP. Location just off Highway No. 2 k mile south of Cardston. Listed below is a partial list of items that will be sold: TRUSK & AUTO: 1973 Chev ton, 1968 Chev ton, 1964 GMC k ton, 1965 Chev \ ton & flat deck VEHICLE PARTS: Many miscellaneous parts, Step side box. MACHINERY: 45 gal. drum sprayer, 7 cu. yard gravel box, Woods ditch bank rotary mower, 300 gal. boom sprayer, cement mixer, used sprayer, commercial dishwasher, used four wheel trailer, used two wheel trailer, two wheel utility trail­er, 150 gal. sprayer tank, sprayer boom for pick­up, sickle mower, old disk. OFFICE SUPPLIES: cal­culators, rolls of paper. TRACTORS: Model M Trac­tor & post pounder, IHC diesel tractor and front end laoder. GRADER PARTS: Wabco 555 parts, filt­ers, etc. Wings, V-plow, etc. LUMBER: Old wooden slab snow fence, assorted lumber. CULVERTS: Met­al and wooden ones. MISCELLANEOUS: 35-45 gallon drums, grader blades, 80 gal. water tank, various assorted tires, scrap metal, box and frame of pickup. Lunch available. Cash day of Sale. Once goods are sold they become the property of Buyers and must be settled for with the clerk before removal from said Premises. The M.D. and Berezay's Auction Service do not guarantee the condition of items and are not responsible for accidents. Sale conducted by Berezay's Auction Service, po-’ a ’ice JO, Cardston, AB. Phone 653-2296. Auctioneer - Dean Berezay. Clerk - Enola FELT PRICED FROM. BOOT LINER Felt Boot Liners for your winter boots. i@n’s Boots Men’s Skidoo Boots with Nylon tops, cleated sole. Men's White Nylon Boots with cleated rubber soles. Felt Lined. Round 'Steak Pork Roast LEG, BONELESS 589 Bacon SCHNEYDERS, 500 g. 318 Sausage ROUNDS MAPLE LEAF 500g. Wieners M. L. 450 g. . . ******************************************************************************************* 1 5:30 p.m. Topics Include - Club Organizat- The Junior High School would like to thank the people of Magrath and district for support­ing our fund drives in past years. The funds are used to support volleyball, basketball, skiing, yearbook and social programs for all students in the school. Students will be selling pencils and pens imprinted with "Magrath High School". Bundl­es of pens and/or pencils will be offered at $3 per bundle. A prize will be awarded to the student who is recommended as the best salesman, so if you feel a student is a particularly good salesman you could call the school, 758-3177 .and give the student’s name. Your support is appreciated. BLOCK PARENTS IS COMING TO MAGRATHI We can look forward to having Block Parents in place within the year, if we can get Neigh­bourhood Watch off the ground. Three of the five zone leaders are now in place, but we still require two; one in Magrath centre, and one in the North-East corner. If you are interested in participating in this excellent programme for neighbors help­ing neighbors as a zone leader or block cap­tain, please call 758-3751 as soon as poss­ible!. If we cannot get enough people involved in Neighbourhood Watch, we lose our only chance for Block Parents in Magrath. After three years of trying - this is it. Get involved! FOR SALE: Men's Jelinek Hockey skates size 6; Ladies Daoust figure skates, size 10. Both like new. Phone 758-3474. FOR RENT: 2 bedroom home with laundry room. $300/month including water. Phone Judy at 345-5121 after 4:30 p.m. or Angie at 327­1913 day time. WANTED: Someone to rake leaves & clean yard. - Phone 758-3254. . 4-H CLUBTIME: begin- it’s 24th year of broadcasting on Saturday, Oct. 5th at 10 a.m. CBC ' stations throughout Alberta. Clubtime will also be broadcast on ion; 4-Her's Day at an Agricultural College, Making Career Choices; 4-H Roots in Alberta, North of 60, Aussie in 4-H Alberta. Iris Armfelt, D.H.E., Cardston. Thursday, October 10, 1985, Norma Joan Karren; daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Thomas A. Karren of Magrath and Rory Bruce MacLennan, son of Dr. & Mrs. D.C. MacLennan, were unit­ed in marriage. The wedding took place in the Cardston Temple with President Murray Holt performing the ceremony. A wedding dinner was held that afternoon in Lethbridge where a delicious roast beef dinner was enjoyed by a large group of family and friegds followed by a short program. In the evening a reception was held in the Magrath Stake House where friends and relatives came to congratulate them and wish them happiness. Norma and Rory would like to thank every­one who helped with the wedding and all those who attended the reception making this day so special for them. Norma and Rory will be living in Leth­bridge where Rory will be attending univers­ity. • • • • • FOR SALE: 1985 John Deere S92 electric start riding mower, 11 h.p., 38 inch cut. 5 speed trans. Baggers are included. 758-6870 LOST: Boy’s black vinyl jacket, approx, size 14. Kelly Patterson. 758-6860 George Torre-Alba will have his mobile Denture Clinic at Diamond Willow Terrace Wed. Oct. 23rd from 6 to 9 p.m.; Thursday, Oct. 24th from 8:30 to 11 a.m. SENIOR MEN'S BASKETBALL - starts October 22nd. Please contact John Balderson now if you'd like to play. Phone 758-6392. MAGRATH 2nd WARD SUPPER - October 18th, 6:30 p.m. Program, Bake Sale, Fish Pond. Be sure to attend. NEED FIREWOOD? We have a good supply of good quality Firewood ready to go at $45 a load, cut & split. Available all during ralx S Winter - Phone 758-6578 anytime. 209 pkg. Vitmge Juice MC AINS 341 ml. ChCk S6 CRACKER BARREL 227 g I ¿risco < Il s L. Hereford Comed But Uoz. Spaghetti Sl ice ragù 98 m. . 92e Dishwashing Meld j o ï il. 25s COilE T 400 g REYNOLDS 12x100 ft. Soup Mix BEEF OR CHICKEN IN A b JG LANGIS 340g L<i3C Apples B.C. FANCY Grapefruit NEW CROP RUBY RED. Parsnips CELLO PKG. Lettuce CRISP HEADS Fotuloc ALLERTA GROWN RUSSETS 10#.