Magrath Store News (October 12, 1972)

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 758-3533 GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOODS 758-3252 HARDWARE 758-3065 STORE H0¥RS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY-AND FRIDAY . 8 A....

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Main Author: Magrath Trading Store
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Published: J. A. Ririe 1972
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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 758-3533 GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOODS 758-3252 HARDWARE 758-3065 STORE H0¥RS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY-AND FRIDAY . 8 A.M. to 4 P.M. WEDNESDAY . 8 A.M. to 1 P.M.SATURDAY.8 AJf. to 7 P.M. M.SATURDAY. .THURSDAY, OCTOBER 12th, 1972 . . magrath, alberta ir MEN'S AND BOYS'WEAR ■* REGULAR $12«00•••«•••••« w. FORTRFL OVERSHOES r s - £ . .tniKHmtiMMiuiùMunmhiihiiiiitiuuiHiHimuiiiii <••* •. . . . • i \A/noi/ Men’s and Boys’ Fall and Winter Jackets in popular styles and colors. Fashionable fabrics in Nylon Sheen, Quilted Nylon Vyosuede and Corduroys in regular quilted lin*^ ings or orlon pile lin­ing and trim Men’s 100$ Polyester Dress Pants in Never Press, Latest flare leg, hipster style.' Navy, Grape, Tan as well as figured two-tones. REGULAR $18*00 and $20.00 Imported ’’Roper” Work Glove, waimly lined 199 REGULAR $2.98 . .»miHim I uh .■ «. . • ■ | Handsome Knit Dress Shirts - wash and dry, in a nice j selection of colors. Stripe effect floral design Men’s and Boys’ Winter Overshoes in two popular styles - 4 buckle and brown shearling flyer inner (pull on) boot with cuff 3S — WORK SOCKS Nylon/Wool Blended Work Soxks in popular grey shade, REGULAR 98 i pr. 79 V WORK GLOVES MAGRATH GRADING COK'°ANY LTD. DRYGOODS DEPT. 29C- 6 ©1©FF TRIMMINGS j GIANT RIC-RAC - for trimming dresses, suits, q q a etc. Figured Red, Pink, Beige. REG. 390 yd., cjy COUNTESS TRIMMINGS - pearls and assorted colored beads for beading. APPLIQUE MOTIFS - Butterflies, Anchors Stars, Stop/Go, etc. Assorted colors. | 0 79C SUITINGS - blends, bonded, and knits of all kinds FORTREL - plain and figured in assorted colors. CORDUROYS, VELVETEENS, HEAVENLY NIGHT PRINT. I 2 Ply, 3 ply and 6 ply . knitting yarn in a nice ’ selection of colors. For knitting or crocheting. IK fl. HIIIIIIHH.ItlllttHlltKltlUIHIIIIHIIHHKU PHENTEX - m: i = regular $5.95 Ë s. I Blended "Surprise" Blankets in solid shades of Purple, Gold, Blue, Azure Green, Orange, Tan SIZES: 72 x 90 Ladies - be sure to see the colorful print Aprons. Half Aprons .<.$1.25 Cobbler Aprons, „$2^95 j REGULAR 890 gau. £ 9 £ Misses two piece Tam and Scarf sets in attractive crochet design Beige, White. An ideal gift set Lovely thick absorbent Terry Bath Towels in plain shades, checks and stripes. Assorted colors. Look at this give-away price REGULAR $1.59 each . SURPRISE DISH TOWELS . linen Dish Towels in fine multi­’ stripe. Hemmed on both edges. I REGULAR 490 each. MAGRATH /RADING COMPANY LTD UPSTAIRS DEPT Beautiful new styles for a new season - glamorous new long dresses and hostess gowns in eye-catching fabrics and colors New street—length dresses in becoming styles fabrics and colors. SIZES: 7 to 22g Childrens Smart new Dresses for the Little Miss with gathered skirt and long sleeve Jumper style one piece dresses SIZES: 4 - 6X 7 to 12 New Arrivals in Ladies Pant Tops Polyesters and knits in a lovely array of styles and colors. SIZES: 12-40 q95 SHOE SALE 46031 linl.iMllllllHIHIIHIl! DON’T MISS THESE SHUEIBARGAIN TABLES TEEN AGER "BRA’S" by ffiST FORM. TRICOTS LACE & COTTON. .$1.50 and $2.00 Handsome Fall and Winter Jackets in a host if styles and fabrics including the latest in Viasuede, quilted nylons, nylo—sheens, blanket cloths, etc. LOW PRICES TOO Quilted Nylon Jackets, Orlon File Jackets in becoming styles for the "Little Folk" . priced FROM. GIRLS SWEATERS Girls "Body Shirt" Sweaters - the sweater with the custom finish. Brass button /- trim. Assorted colors, 8 to 14. O MAGRATH TRADING COMPANY LTD. HARDWARE DEPT COLOR pOflTAgLE R.C.A. PORTABLE COLOR TELEVISION - features automatic fine tuning, acumatic color control, instant - pic. MONTHLY TERMS A.VA.ILA.31ÌE -á”L(oT(oL95 ELECTRIC |.FALL.FLYER. | I OUR FALL FLYER IS ATTACHED I TO THIS WEEK’S STORE NEWS. I IT IS IN EFFECT FOR 9 DaYS, - f THIS WEEKEND AND ALL NEXT I WEEK,, . KELVINATOR |WORKGLOVES | i "GULDEN FLEECE" WORK GLOVES | | by Unival*.a Link Hardware I I Special. ONLY. pr. 950 I il. . Kelvinator Electrit Range with "Clean Master" oven, the oven that keeps itself clean with ordinary cooking. Features clear-view oven door, handsome control work panel. MONTHLY TERMS ARE AVAILABLE. REMEMBER - we don’t charge high finance carrying charges. FROST-FREE REFRIGERATOR òy£R.C.^4, Combination Refrigerator - Freezer featuring 14 cu. ft. Refrigerator. Dairy compartment door for eggs, better, cheese as- well as space—saver space for bottles, etc. Vegetable and Meat storage units. TERMS ARE A Va TT A PT ,E ••••••••••••. . RCA. • GAS DRYER : SUPER 70 Features Penna-Press, with electronic dryness selector, shuts off when the clothes reach the desired dryness selected. $ position temperature se.1 ector. NO TRESPASSING SIGNS PLASTIC C0ATE3). 39 0 Hi IHIIHHHI HHHtlinH »HihllHI I1 Whlll H4UIIIIH11 IIHhHHIlH 11III ll IHIIIIIIIII lilLIHI llllll I llllllililHHIlUiH iHltl Hllliillllll Illi 11 llill HI IIII tPUl IIIIIIH11II111H11 i 11 lllililllllltlHl fl lilll I Illi HHIHI II 11II HUI I HlllliillllllK II lHillil<lllll1HHIHIll|ltllHlH1llllflHllllllllllHllllliHllllllll1l Illi;, ANTIFREEZE GENUINE PRESTONE ANTIFREEZE (5 gal. lots) PERMANENT ETHYLENE GLYCOL ANTIFREEZE . (a heavy duty antifreeze) . 1 gal MAGRATH TRADING CC.1PANY LTD. A GOOD PLACE TOTRADE The evening of October 2nd at Steven­son's Store saw the wind-up of the Tennis season with all committees meeting and re­ports given. 1972 was an outstanding year with over 100 people of Magrath and district given free tennis instructions. Of the 12 contestants entering the Summer Games competition, nine returned i home with one or more medals. Three more travelling trophies were purchased this season. The Tennis Committee appreciates and thanks all those who donated money toward these trophies and supported our pull board. All trophies are on display in Steven­son's window, winners and other information regarding these trophies can also be seen there. These trophies are all for Regional events. Those who donated trophies are: 2 by Raymond Magrath Clinic; 2 by citizens in Magrath; 1 purchased by pull board collect­ion; 1 by Elmo Wolsey & Co, of Cardston; 1 by M. P. Crushing Ltd., Magrath; 1 by Cardston Clinic; 1 by Mr. and Mrs, John Heck of Magrath; 1 by Lewis and Alice Stevenson of Magrath. We thank all who have supported Tennis in any way. Recreation Committee. A. Stevenson. St. Joseph's Catholic Women's League held the October meeting at the United Church Hall. Mrs. Helen Long led the women in prayer. President Marilyn Arndt read a report from the Executive meeting in Lethbridge which urged the C.W.L. to support the Nat­ional Convention in Edmonton, Mrs. Irene Gruninger reported that the cook books are available for sale at Jp2.00 each. Mrs. Lydia Brunner reported on the oazaar which is to be held November 18th. A program on "Snowmobile Safety" is to be held during October and will be open to the public to attend. Following the meeting a film entitled "Something Beautiful for God" was shown. Lydia Tricsli. Sec, Mrs. Grace Toomer had as her guests during the Thanksgiving holiday weekend her brothers—in-law and sisters Mr. and Mrs. Hubert McRitchie of Moose Jaw, Sask.', and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tester of Arcola, Sqsk. Miss Rene Baldwin of Lethbridge was also a. Thanksgiving holiday visitor.' An oldtimer is one who remembers when charity was a virtue, not an organization. SPEECH MEDAL WINNERS The following students of Mrs. Mary Yvonne Hohm will be awarded medals for top marks in their practical speech exams at the Fall convocation exercises of Mount Royal College Conservatory being held on October 29th in the Southern Alberta Jub­ilee Auditorium in Calgary: Stuart Selby, Cardston, Preliminary Exam. Marilyn Zemp, Cardston, Grade one, Joanne Ririe, Magrath Grade three; Carolyn Ririe, Magrath, Grade five. Melisa Spackman, Lethbridge, Grade six, Lori Hinman, Cardston, Grade seven. Tom Carter, Magrath, Grade ten, These students are also invited to perfoim in the award winners' recital which will be held in Calgaiy in November. ARTHRITIS CAMPAIGN Canvassing for funds for the Arthritis and Rheumatism Society, conducted by the Magrath United Church Women, has been completed. If you were not at home, or in some way have been missed during the canvas and wish to contribute, please contact Norma Owens before Monday, October 16th. Thank you. i HALLOWE'EN POPCORN BALL SALE Brownies will be conducting a popcorn ball sale October 27th and 28th. All Brownie mothers are reminded pop­corn balls are to be made Wednesday and Thursday, October 25th and 26th in after­noon and evening saasions at the United Church. Please attend one of these work sessions and help the Brownies, TO ORDER POPCORN BALLS - call Lora Harker at 758-3126. ATTENTION BROWNIE MOTHERS - the next meeting will be held November 2nd at 8 P.M, at the Lions Hall. Pres. Carol Raasch. PANCAKE' SUPPER & MOVIE The Latter Day Saint Student Association (LDSSA) presents a Pancake Supper and Movie Friday, October 13th, 1972 at the L.D.S. Institute Building, 2808 - 28th St. S«, Lethbridge. The supper is from 6 P.M. to 8 P.M. with showtime for the film at 8:30 P.M. All types of pancakes will be prepared and served by two professional chefs. Admission is $1.5^ per person or $5.00 per family. Everyone is invited. Mr. and Mrs. David Dudley and son left recently to make their home at High Prairie where David has accepted a position with the Department of Agriculture.MAGRATH TRADING COMPANY LTD. 00DPLACE TOTRA E A former native of Magrath, Mr» John Hufnagel, passed away suddenly Saturday, October 7th at the age of 41 years. Bom, raised and educated in Magrath, the late Mr. Hufhagel had been employed by Noble Cultivators Ltd. and was shop foreman for Noble Sales and Service at the time of his passing. . He is survived by his loving wife, the former Annie Navratil; one son George and one daughter Jo Anna, his mother Mrs. Mag­dalena Hufnagel of Noblefordj two sisters Mrs. R. (Mary) Bruce of Kamloops, B.C. and Mrs. J. (xnnie) Ficiur of Nobleford; two brothers Frank of Magrath and Carl of Brooks; Prayers were said Tuesday evening in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel and Requiem Mass was celebrated Wednesday morning in St. Basil1s Catholic Church with Rev. Father G. Marien celebrant. inteiment followed in Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. A resident of Magrath since 1927? Mr. Steve G-mninger, passed away suddenly at his farm home Thursday, October 5th. He was 77 years of age. _ Bom in Hungary, the late Mr. Gruninger came to Magrath in 1927 where he fanned until his passing. . He was predeceased by his loving wife Theresa in February of this year, and by two sons and one daughter. He is survived by two sons Steve Jr. and George and one daughter Mrs. E. (Eliza­beth) Stanek all of Magrath; 11 grandchild­ren, three great grandchildren; one sister Mrs. xmnie Stenger of Warburg, alberta. Prayers were said Monday evening in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel. Requiem Mass was celebrated Tuesday morning in St. Basil's Catholic Church with Father L. Cassidy cele­brant. „ _ n X Inteiment followed in the family plot of the Magrath cemetery• The Magpath Golf Glub held a closing Golf Social Saturday, September 30th, which was in the form of a Steak Barbecue and enjoyed by golfers and their partners. Prior to the Barbecue the Men’s Champ­ionship play-offs took place with Jim Naka­gawa winning the club championship and Ray Stevenson runner-up. Third and fourth place winners were Gordon Jenson and Don Harker. L« • •••• • Mr. and Mrs. Conway Brewerton of Ednon-ton were Thanksgiving holiday visitors at the home of his parents Dr. and Mrs. S. C. Brewerton., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sabey of Calgary were Tuesday visitors in Magrath. NOTICE: The re-organizational meeting of the Magrath 4 H Beef Club will be held Friday October 20th, 1972 at the Lions Hall at 7»30 P.M, By-laws of 4 H require that adult officers be elected by the members and a leader picked from that group. Any parents who want their children to belong to the 4H Club should be at the meeting and be prepared to accept any office they are elected to. NOTICE: Any parents with boys from age 8 up, interested in re-starting 3rd Magrath Cubs and Scouts please contact Rodney Arndt at Arndt Motors, Ph. 758-3121 before October 20th. FOUND: Blonde ’’Setter" dog, half grown. Owner please contact Doug Harker. 758^555 RUMMAGE & BaKE SjIE will be held in the Lions Club Rocms Saturday, October 28th commencing at 12 o’clock noon. Proceeds go to equip the Kindergarten. Please support this worthwhile project. DON’T MISS THE SaIE ON BRA’S - new styles - Gothic, Wonderbra, Sarong, etc. added to the 1/2 price table. Upstairs Dept. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Balderson of Edmon­ton spent the Thanksgiving holiday visiting friends and relatives, guests of hie parents Mr. and Mrs. Ken Balderson. Leonard Bourne who is attending the University of Alberta, Calgary, spent the holiday weekend at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs, Mahlon Bourne. Dr. and Mrs. R. M, Dahl had as their holiday weekend guests their sons Dennis and nlan from the University of Alberta, Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hudey of Lethbridge are receiving congratulations on the birth of a son, 6 lb. 11 oz., bom Sunday, October 8th in St. Michael’s Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Jam Ririe of Magrath and Mr. and Mrs,- Hudey of Neepawa, Manitoba. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McClain had as their guests during the weekend their son T^-rry and friend Merle French, both from the Cold Lake Air Base. Miss Edlegard Widmer who is taking a Nurses’ Aid course in Calgary, was a holiday visitor at the heme of her parents Mr. and Mrs. E. Widmer. Mr. and Mrs, Duane Moriyama and children of Calgary spent Thanksgiving with her par­ents Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hillmer. Mr. Roy Howe of Taber will be guest speaker at Worship Services at the Magrath United Church Sunday morning at 11:30 a*M' MAGRATH GRADING COMPANY LTD. EMPIRE no9cc»onoo 1^” pkg * • ° BEEF SHORT RIBS I I BOLOGNA . . ilHHlhtHHlMMMtnMtiM FOR BRAISING ■•niKlllldUliniHinxlIllllllOIllIxilltHHII .LOST; 3 month old. white kitten- Finder please call 758-3152, ;'OST; Boy's brown nylon jacket with gold ■-"■’jh- size 10o Finder please contact ScotA Bogden- FOR SaLEs Sweet Peppers. Tomatoes» ' ' Phc 758-3458c ATTENTION: Ladies and Teen-Age Girls inher­es ¿ed in Basketball are invited to come to tne Little Gym every Wednesday - 7=30 to .1.0:15 P,M„ starting October 18thc Coaching vi 'Ji. be availablec For further information ■•all. Irene Blumel, 758-3018, nOTICE: A re-organizational meeting of the Migrath and district Home and School will, be held in the Music Room of the Magrath 1? omentary School tonight. Thursday., October ' 2 ;h at 8 P.M. All interested parents are u ¡'god to attend,, <'G GIVE AWAY - part German Shepherd dogP Good with children,, Ph- 758-6646 , o a • » • > e 1 ? o Real estate man to young couple; "Yes, I G.o have something for ©t.-OCO.-, WovAd you like to ride out and see if id is still ■ ending?" "'•"MBER TO TRY LE-TTHn ' S HOME FADE PIES ^•EKSND, '■ Í e;> Á LADIES CHaRM & KEEP FIT CLASSES - start Monday_, October 16th at 8 P.M. sharp in th. Big Gym. Beauty Hints - 10 minutes» Exer­cises to music - 5 to 1 hour; Badminton - lg hours. Instructions will be given to anyone just beginning badminton. This is a free evening of fun and healthful enjoyment for all ladies» Recreation Comm. A. Stevenson,, FOR SALE; Baled Wheat and Barley straw* Barged in field» Bob Rasmussen. Ph. 758-66 FOR RENT: 3 room furnished basement suitec Suitable for one or two persons. Reasonable rent with utilities paid. Abstainers pre­ferred » Emery Gurney. Ph. 758-3512. JUST ARRIVED: A new shipment of Exquisite Form and Wonderbra "Bra's". Included are new styles for Miss Teen. $2.03 up. Upstairs Dept. A DOG To have someone call you a dog is not so bad after all, for the dog is a faithful friend, and he doesn't swear, he doesn't lie, doesn't drink, doesn’t borrow, doesn't swindle, doesn’t pretend, doesn't cheat, and wouldn't resent it if you called him a man- It gives him a good reputation 1 > i* MAGRATH GRADING CORDANY LTD. A w/L J allHUUllUilUlaUuUUaUnUUlUllUULLlaUlallHHnUaUllUIUHl.lUlllUUlKHHllHHllIHIIIlHlI .II IHIUIlJailllIllHîlllUilHIliltlIIIIIHI HhallilUI lai II I>111[If I IIr rII i 11 Ilf a I al Illi 11111 a II I al 11i111 KRAFT A G CHEESE WHIZ CANNED MILK /\ 2 lb. 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