Magrath Store News (October 17, 1974)

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 758-3065 STORE HOURS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SAT...

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Main Author: Magrath Trading Store
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Published: J. A. Ririe 1974
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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 758-3065 STORE HOURS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY.8 A.M. to 6 P.M. WEDNESDAY . 8 A.M. to 1 P.M, *** Thursday, October 17th, 13'74 . MAC3ATH,AEBERTA^-ó- HARDWARE DEPT. rirX-q e raters R.C.A. Delux. Check these features: Frost Free, Tilt-Up Shelf, Cantilevered Adjustable Half and Full-Width Shelves, Crisper, 7 day Meat Keeper, cheese server, adjustable dcor Shelves, Butter conditioner, G-lide-out Adjust­able Rollers or Levelling Feet. Save ill $3949 1 Only 16 Cubic Feet. i/ihite — Now Only .o. Also, one 14 Cubic foot R.C.A., in stock for only . Also, one 13 cubic foot Moffat, defrost priced at IPWHI« RCA RANGE I With the Built in Quality and reliability i that made RCA the leader in home entertain-frost- free •49995 with manual 34995 One used Philco Refrigerator in excellent condition. _9995 • «••»»«••(»•••••••••a» One used Refrigerator - runs good but needs some control work. Q Q o ment. Check these features: - clock controlled oven and outlet. - plug out burners. - infinite heat control. - deluxe meat minder clock. - S A V E ’ - $20.00 Q QQCO Now Only .O O 4/ WASHERS * DRYERS Features: 2 wash and spin speeds, 5 cycles, large 18 lb. capacity, variable water level combinations. 40 95 Matching gas dryer .$ 249. 0 0 3 Temperature selections MAGRATH TRADING COMPANY LTD DRY GOODS DEPT COIFFURE GAJW Tdeal clothing pro­tector f or make -up, shampooing, hair styling. Keeps your! clothing clean and | ONLY 98 Y I MAGIC TURBAN Protects your hairdo during your hours of sleeping«. Assort- f ed colors, 20C I | WOOL TIER f ~ ~ ■ - I. Colorful Wool Ties for Pony Tails, Braids, etc, 1C assorted colors I per package □. . . . , I L’EGGS KNEE HIGHS The popular nylon hose for slacks, etc. Pack of 2 pair . DISH CLOTHS Rainbow colored Cotton checked Dish Cloths. REGULAR 290 each 4 tor 950 FACE CLOTHS Striped Terry Face cloths, soft and absorbent. REGULAR 290 5 ior 990 COMFORTERS Cotton Paisley Comforters with wool lining. Size: 60x72. “7 95 REGULAR $$9.95 . / MOHAIR THROWS 100% Mohair Throws in beautiful new colors PRICED FROM FOR SALE: Ladies Schick Oonsolette Beauty Salon Hair Dryer. Phn. 75S-3O86 after 7 p.m. WANTED: A set of Elsie Densmore Books. Rose H. Gurney Phn. 753-3015 NOTE OF THANKS: Just a note of thanks to the doctors and the staff of nurses of our Hospital for the kindness and attentim given me while I was in the hospital. Not forgetting the ladies in the kitchen for the wonderful meals they served. I also wish to thank all who sent me cards and flowers. Our hospital is second to none. Very Sincerely, S.C. Sorensen We have some hard surfacing we~lding r . rods in stock for years so you know what I i a bargain they are. _ " j.5 O j1 WANTED: Man to work in the grocery Dept, of the Trading Store. FOR SALE: Late cabbage. K Fisher. ' Phn. 758-3246 Borrowed from our front yard: Friday night, October 11th or early Saturday morning, one blue, boys, mustang bike. Return would be very much appreciated. Phn. 758-3174 -Mrs. DeAnne Atwood. Gathering at the home of Mr. & Mrs. Steve Gruninger, for a family get together on Sunday, October 13th, were: Mrs. Afton Woslyng of Inuvik, N.W.T., Mr. & Mrs. Warren A. Rogers of Whitefish, Mont., Mrs. Linda Woslyng and 4 children, Mr. & Mrs. Bud Hague, Mr. & Mrs. Wayne Hague and son David all of Cardston, Mr. & Mrs. Ken Wilson and 4 children. Mrs. Afton Johnson and 2 daughters all of Raymond., Mr. & Mrs. Blair Hall & 2 children. Mr. & Mrs. Jergen Klemm and 2 children, Mr, & Mrs. David Dunbar & daughter all of Calgary., Margaret, Laurel and Kerry Gruninger rf Magrath. A very delicious chicken dinner was ' enjoyed by all. WANTED: House or apartment for rent. Phn. 758-6797 TO GIVE AWAY: lg year old collie dog. Good with children. Phn. 758-6637 FOUND: 1 set of Rambler Keys by school construction. Owner may claim at the office. MAG RAT H TRADING COMPANY LTD. UPSTAIRS LADIES - Sizes 8 to LA priced from GIRLS — Sizes û to 14 — 2 style? COATS JACKET WITH HOOD . A FEW FALL JACKETS LEFT AT . $26°° $ 15°° PADDED to 850 NOTICE: A Janitor is needed fo': the Magrath United Church. Inter­ested persons please submit applic ations to Mrs. J.B. Ririe, Pres. Magrath United Church Women. us Long Sleeves Antron in colors of Red, White, Navy and camel $ 16OC Long Sleeved peima press - beige background with floral pattern. | /|OO in camels green. Superwash Pure Virgin Wool. Long sleeves, turtle neck, so warm and comfortable for those cool days. Black, brown, camel and green. Machine washable and dryable. A I G Pi Matching slacks and brown. PRICE SALE’.’.'.!! t of Ladies and Girls slacks, of Shoes Mrs. Beverly Merkley and family are here visiting her family, Mr, & Mrs. Jay Hamilton, before taking up residence in Toronto. Mr. & Mrs. Ken Harker and Mr. & Mrs. Jack Bridge of Raymond, left Thursday for Prove, Utah. FOR SALE: Modern 3 bedroom close in. Lindon Bone. Miss Linda Wilde, daughter & Mrs. Ken Wilde spent the end with her parents. home., of Mr,- week- Mr. & Mrs. Harry Grass of Edmonton, were guests of her parents, Mr. & Mrs. Phil Carter. Mr. & Mrs. Jay Christensen, of Calgary, were guests at the Eiden Christensen home. Miss Wendy Coleman, of Provost, Alta, was home visiting during the long week-end. MAGRAl F. TRAD ING COMPANY LTD MEN'S ^BCYS' WFAR Students home for the Thanksgiving week- ■ end;were: Mary Ellen Thompson, Shirley Johnson, Rick Per ¡ay, Janet Nykyforuk, Gene Pou cm .y, Kevin Anderson, Bessie Bouno AH from Edmonton: Cam Wilde and Barbara Men1 s handsomely styled Dress Jackets in Brown or Navy checks and plaids« Jo-ordinate nicely with the polyester knit and fortrel dress slacks r. ■ Davies from Ricks College and Debbie Hillmer f rom Calgary. Mr. & Mrs. Conway Brewerton andChristie spent the weekend with his parents Dr. & Mrs. Brewerton, while here they attended tie Golden Wedding anniversary of his grandparents Mr. & Mrs. Ivan Nelson of Lethbridge. lon’r pile lined ' "?k Jacket;, ripper front, c Live Green A Ion Sheen REGULAR $58 „00 The Antelope Ridge W.I. will hold their next meeting at the home of Allison Schwai’tz on October 21st at 7130 p-m. The topic will be 11 Health and Home Economics" Everyone Welcome. LOST: 'Wallet containing small amount of money and important papers. Finder may keep the money but please return the wallet;, and papers. John Bibo FOUND: Set of Ford keys. Phn. 758-3271 The following couples spent the week-emu in Kalispell golfing: Mr. & Mrs. Dale Toomer, Mr. & Mrs. Floyd Teener, Mr. & Mrs. Ves Sabey, Mr. & Mrs. Phil Sheer, Mr. & Mrs. Doug Mikado, Mr. & Mrs,, Bill Heninger, Mr. & Mrs. Kay Neilson, Mr. Mrs. Fred Blumell. ROYS ALL PLAID JAC SHIRTS IN ASSORTED PATTERNS AND COLORS. Size 12 - 16 yrs«, REGULAR $8e95 CAPS ifi LIED STYLES AND ft \t , -r~, _ J LGCuJ V W-08 - $2.98 1 BASKET OF MEN'S WINTER WORK CAPS IN 1/2 PRICE .•><< Lit 98 C t. I 195 I ! Mr. & Mrs. Earl Smith and family of Vane, spent the week-end with her parents Mr, & Mrs. George Dudley. Mr. the Harker & Mrs. Alan Low ef Edmonton were at home of her parents Mr. & Mrs. Don The United Church Women will hold a house-to- house canvass in Magrath and District during the month of October to raise funds for the Canadian arthritis Society. The proceeds will be used to maintain and expand the Society’s Arthritis Cont-.d Program. The Interdependent elements of the Program includes: research and profes­sional education; Rheumatic Disease Unit, grants; information services and support ■ ing services. Be willing, be generous, when the volunteer canvasser calls at your home, THANK YOU: The Good Neighbor Club of DelBonita would like to thank everyone for making the Ken Robinson benefit social a success. A special thank you to those who helped with the lunch- MAGRATI-. TRADING COMPANY LTD. ■Q o 01- F a a ft 0 3 o DRY GOODS DEPT. The October meeting of the Hospital Auxiliary was held in the Nurses Lounge of the hospital with 12 members and 3 new members present on October 10th. The meeting was called to order by Pres. Irene Gruninger. The Pres, read the Auxiliary prayer. The minutes were read and adopted as read. The treasurer reported a bank balance of $450.9/) There were no outstanding kil1s. An atricle written by Elsie Owens on the history of the Auxiliary’s 25 years was read by Irene Gruninger. A discussion was held on whether to keep the Auxiliary going. It was decided cy a show of hands that the Auxi1i ary would remain. Elections were held and the new execit — ive is: Pres. — Janet Boucher, 1st. Vice. Pres. Iydia Brunner, 2nd. Vice Pres. Hazel Dick, Sec. Treas. Maxine Kraft. Two delegates will be sent to the convention in Edmonton in November. Janet Boucher and Hazel Dick. Iydia Brunner is Alternate. The meeting date was changed from the second Thure< to the 4th Tuesday of each month, The time was also changed to 7:3D p.m. = 1 RACK OF LADIES PANT TOPS BLOUSES SWEATERS An assortment of Odds ’N End3 in attractive styles, $5(i55 $13o95| COUNTER OF LADES I FORTREL AND POLYESTER! KNIT SLACKS IN PLAIN 1 SHADES, CHECKS AND I PLAIDS. LOVELY COLOR! COMBINATIONS FOR I FALL & WINTER WEAR- I ING, REGULAR $7.95 to I $13-95 I STATIONERY We have just received a new shipment of Boxed Stationery in a smart assortment of designs and colors PRICED FROM . . Maxine Kraft. Winners on the 3 TENNIS pull boards were: 1 - Ken Balderson 2 - Lewis Stevenson 3 - George Sheen - Lethbridge. We wish to thank all who supported us on these boards this year. This is the only way we receive cash to help with our expenses for the medals, paint etc. Alice Stevenson, Recreation 5111 on Wednesday and over. Badminton and Table Tennis, all at the Big Gvm. Adult Recreation classes will start > Nov. 6th for anyone lit yeans There will be Volley Ball, See you TEENAGE LEATHER PUPPES IN SHADES OF BROWN, LIGHT BROWN, TAN. OVER THE SHOUL* DER STYLE WITH A SMALL TOOLED RESIGN. REGULAR $71.95 WANTED: A Piano Dox to ship or truck a piano. Size 5' hight 5' wide 2^’ deep. Horace Ririe. SHOP NIGHT CLASSES: will begin October 15th and continue for 8 weeks each Tuesday . and Thursday evening from 7 to 9 P.M. Please bring your own materials. $13,00 per class. Watson Ririe. Mrs. Flora Austin has returned home from a holiday in Kegina, Sask where she visited relatives. Mr. & Mrs. Doug Fyfe and family of Calgary spent Thanksgiving with his parents Mr. & Mrs. George Fyfe. MAGRATE/TRADING COMPANY LTD. MEN'S* BOYS’ WEAR TOPS I Stanfield's Underwear Tops | in Combed Cotton! and Thermal knit 395to 495 BOTTOMS Long legged Under­wear Bottoms by Stanfields. Combed Cotton, Thermal Knitso ' to -+• I Mr. & Mrs. John Wolsey motored to Sacramento, California recently and picked up their son Elder Tom Wolsey who had just completed a two year mission for the L.D.S. Church there. The following Magrath Speech students of Mrs. Mary Yvonne Hohm won medals for the highest marks in their respective grades in speech exams completed last June. Leanne Davies, James Dudley, Greg Davies, and Joanne Ririe. These Medals will be presented at the Mount Royal College Convocation exercises in Calgary later this month. Also receiving a medal is Cortney Brewerton a student of Mrs. Margaret Zaugg of Stirling/ Joanne Ririe also received a Silver Medal for the highest mark in the province of Alberta for Grade 5 Speech, Royal Conservatory of Toronto. COMBINATIONS Stanfield’s Combination Underwear in Cotton, Cotton Blend, Cottcn/Wool and All Wool. PRICED FROM ‘•uuuHnmHtlUIIIMtllUHIilulluHlMIUIHIIItHdHIliUlKItitlllUllllUKIIUHUIIIIHIIllUillllllflaitllOillUjillliUll'HHmilllllHIlUiHH'llKH*« DRESS TIES [ Men’s Dress Ties in handsome patterns - flor- | als, stripes as well as knits. Bow Ties and | pre-tied included. O Ou /I 0 0 I vj to ¿~T WORK SEVERAL old Prices. HOOVER Appliances on the Check in the Hardware. Portable Washer and matching Dryer. fI Washer has arborite top. Only.dV L9_ s9 iDryer has three temp, selections. ,J. .Ori3-A.-. .>■ I .,J THANK YOU: My sincere thanks to friends for cards, flowers and visits, received during my stay in Calgary General Hospital. Your thoughtfulness was much appreciated. George Fyfe. Men’s Work Socks by­Stanfields 0 70% Wot#l 30% Nylon. Nrey with white trim. REG. 2pr. $2.89 r' Pic 75 Insoles to wear with Rubber Boots, Insulated Boots - felts and Sheep’s Wool, 5 9 A to SEE THE NEW ARRIVALS IN MEN’S SWEATERS AND DRESS SHIRTS. SMART NEW STYLES FOR THE FALL LaVanne Donaldson, passed away on Thursday, October 10th at her home in Kalispell, at the age of 66 years. Mrs. Danaldson was born in Magrath the daughter of John and Ida Chipman. She attended schools in Magrath and Lethbridge. She married John A Donald­son on June 21, 1952. In 1958 they moved to Kalispell where she lived unti her passing. Mrs. Donaldson was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. She was active in many organiz­ations. Surviving besides her husband, are two brothers, Reed DeVere Chipman of Magrath and Kenneth Charles Chipman of Brandon, Man. She was predeceased by her parents. Funeral services were held on Mon. October 14th in Kalispell, Montana. The Family suggests memorials to the American Heart Association. & WINTER SEASON. •7. MAG R AT H GRADING CCMPANY LTD KARATE AND KUNG FU --- WHAT IS IT? by Jack DeBoer Tt i. Ne J sPiritual> physical and metaphysical mental discipline. _t is empty nand fighting and has become one of the . * * self-defense today. Chinese bowing arts. styles are the tiger, most highly effective means of Karate stems from Kung Ful The word Kung Fu is generalized into îhere are many styles of Kung Fu in existance but the five main „ , - - snake> Paying mantis, white crane and the dragon. These foiros p £nS! Came xrOm watchinB animals and using their motions as a means of ^7 weapons are also used in this training, such as the sword, stick, long kniie, Quando, nunchukas, and sai. Practice of the art promotes self-confidence, sincerity, self-discipline, and sportsmanship. There is no secret or mystic power to the practice. It is all the hard work and effort put forth by the individual that developes him into the highest character of man. _ Children, young people, and adults _ ____ __ boys and girls from 6-13 years come because they want to have security of knowing how to take care of themselves. Young girls or ladies think mostly of self-defense of both sexes train self-defense. Most and train to prevent problems in the future. the condition of her figure is very important ___ Adults train the martial arts mainly for self-defense at first. They have a nînîex°f need t0 Pr<-Tec\ themselves and loved ones. Upon reaching this level of self-defense they then strive for greater physical conditioning. It is a proven fact that most people who are active, live longer than ones who didn’t bother to keep in shape. r Many train for the physical aspect as to her. A common question asked by parents is that "If my child did study Karate or Kung Fu, wouldn’t he look for fights to show off?» The answer is "NO". The reason is that in his or her training, a philosophy is taught along with physical trainingl When a student.developes skills and cer.fidence in his physical ability he also finds a new self-discipline and self-respect whiahis based upon his own achievements. In short, it is safe to say the student learns "that to be prepared to cope with trouble, is the best way to avoid it." , Blair Orr says "The real benefit of Kung Fu comes out of what the individual uemands of himself.11 as you start to climb the ladder of success from a white belt cn. che uemand ior physical toughness is not forced upon you by the instructor, but by your-seu. 1 in the search for ultimate mastery. Mr. & Mrs» Duane Moriyama and children and Mr. Ron Hillmer of Edmonton spent the Thanksgiving week-end with "heir parents Mr. & Mrs. Len Hi 1Imer- FALL SEASON CONTEST ON NOW ' ’ ' 1 1 '' ’ ’ ’ ’ ' ’ ’ ’1 ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ ’ WIN A SWIVEL ROCKER CHAIR REGAL. ST ¡RAW BEGG JAM 24 OZS. 990 APPLE JUICE 650 WESTERN FAMILY 48 OZS. 48 OZS 5 flavors BING CHER R IE S MRS. MILNES 14 OZ 2199 0 47 OZS. loaves SHORTENING $2.^ Q) (f 4L1 - H O D E S t t DUNCAN HINES M IX mushrooms .™. PIECES 10 OZS. 2/790 Jr esh dPro duce B .0 . APPLES BED OR COWEN DELICIOUS 29C ORANGES ■ It LB. Bags 97 0 CELERY HEARTS no. 1. 59 0 TOMATOES w. 290 PEARS BARTLETT LB. O