Magrath Store News (April 15, 1982)

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 TRADING CO STORE NEWS WICI 75**3033 CKOCBKZKS 758-3535 BBT COODS 750-3253 SNM Mono, «•«*•*. 7‘H.y * S.e«4,y 0 4.H. THURSDAY, APR...

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Published: J. A. Ririe 1982
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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 TRADING CO STORE NEWS WICI 75**3033 CKOCBKZKS 758-3535 BBT COODS 750-3253 SNM Mono, «•«*•*. 7‘H.y * S.e«4,y 0 4.H. THURSDAY, APRIL 15th, 1982 . . * ********************************;;;;;;;;;;••;; HARDWAKK 758-3065 to 6 F.X. .to 1 P.M. ******************. **a*l*b*e*r*t*a 5 .MAGRATH, Gallon Gallon 4428-417-6 Home of the Handyman EXtefbor alkyo •’Ouse pant Exterior Alkyd House Paint Laundry Basket Rugged construction. Open webbed design allows free air circulation Size: 16%”x 22’/2”x 11”. PLAT LATEX Neat’n Tidy Bucket gives controlled pouring. Unbreakable, dent-proof, rust-proof, light-weight. 10" high, 101/i” diam., 8 qt. capacity. Almond. Interior­Exterior f Flat Latex 17 Gallon Garbage Can Durable all weather plastic seamless construction. Size: 19^”w x 21 "h. 1098 ■ 4438-567-6 COVER UP domestic paint ¡ FLANNEL - BACKED TABLECLOTHS SIZE Viftyl Tablecloths xn with SIZE 52x70. REG. $15.95 flannel backs. 52x52. REG. $7.95 "BUCKLE UP BABY" SAFETY SEAT RENTAL PROGRAM - available to Chinook Health Unit Residents AFTER the birth of the Baby. Rental Fee: $20 for nine months. Refund $10 given when the car seat is returned at the end of nine months in GOOD, CLEAN condition. Obtained from Chinook Health Unit, Box 126, Magrath, Phone 758-3331, Tuesdays or Wednesdays from 8:30 a.m. to 12 noon, 1 p.m. go 4:30 p.m. We strongly encourage all parents provide car seats for their infants protect their children from accid­ental injury. Accidents are the leading cause of disability and death. It is estimated that one child in twenty is injured as a reult of a motor vehicle accident before reaching the age.of 15. Embroidered Pillow Slips Handsomely em­broidered Pillow Slips in assorted designs and color combinations. Gift wrapped, URGENTLY NEEDED: Home Makers for the Home Care Program. Reasonable salary. Apply by phone, letter, or person to Lydia Brunner, Phone 758­3029 . ideal gifts for the new bride, etc. REGULAR $6.95. REGULAR $8.95 6-95 We thank Cliff Miller for the following "Little Gem" he brought home from a recent trip to Idaho. BEING EIGHTY When you get to be eighty You can do as you please, Go out and make whoopy; Or just live at ease. But things do annoy you SAYELLE NANTUK and SAYELLE BABY YARN. Assorted shades. REG. $1.25 Yarns *1 NORTHERN LIGHTS YARN, Assorted. REG. $1.98 . Doilies Cotton/Poly- ¿ster cèntres with Lace trim. White, Ecru. Round, Oblong, Magrath Roping Club held it's first meeting for 1982 and officers were elected. Craig Godlorfton was re-elected president, Neal Miller vice-president and Sherry Godionton re-elected secretary. Member­ship dues will be accepted until June 1, 1982, after which there will be a late penalty membership fee. About every day. Like forgetting a name or A word you would say. Spoons get tippy and Dribble your front. You put things away - And then have to hunt. The print's not so plain, So you clean up your specks, The hearing-aid gets faint And you say, "Oh heck". To balance on one foot . To put on your pants, You find you are doing A new kind of dance. But to get into pantyhose With an arthritic knee Is a feat that would boggle Even Houd ini. You start a good story And do the punch line first. But to forget when half through Is really the worst. That same old story Has been told o'er and o'er Until some are wondering If they can even the score. There are all kinds of problems, Some of them weighty, But you can do as you please When you get to be eighty. NEW ARRIVALS: Ladies Denim 4 piece Suits - Blazers, Skirts, Jeans and Shorts by Perruzza; New Big Blues and Andre MICHEL Jeans. New T Shirts & Tcps. U p s t a i r s . KniKShirts JACKETS i '• New Jantzen Shirts for Spring & Summer Short sleeves in Terry & Knits. V neck and coll­ar style with front pocket. $18 TO $27 CHAMBER 07 COMMERCE NEWS This Chamber of Commerce congratulates the winners and all others who participat­ed in the rece*n t Mis leal Fest-aivals held in Cardston and Lethbridge. We remind you all again of the forth­coming Youth Talent Contest to be held in the Big Gym May 1.4th, 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $2.00 per person with all proceeds over expenses going tc the Band. We expect another outstanding perform­ance from our youth who will be competing for a prize of $100 for first and $50 for second. There will be a profressional M.C. from either C.F.C.N. Calgary or the Calgary Herald to take charge of the con­test. There will be three neutral judges. We urge all contestants to fill out their application forms as soon as poss­ible. The first twenty applications will be honored. Forms can be obtained from the High School Office or from C. S. Matkin. Insulated Underwear Jackets in Chocolate Brown shade, quilted. Knit neck and wrist bands. REG. $35.00 s28 A quiet family wedding took place Saturday, April 10t'n, 1982 when Susan Quick, daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Quick of Lethbridge, became the bride of K’eith Hillmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hillmer. The ceremony was performed by Rev. E. Kelb ere. The bride had as her attendant her sister Star. The groom was attended by iIs brother Chris. The happy couple will reside in Men’s Insulated Vests in handsome Brown plaid. REGULAR $24.95 Sleeve less. 1995 Jean Jacket Men’s Denim Jean Jackets, Western style, Pile lined with pile collar Warm and casual. Sizes 36-48. REGULAR $49.95- FOR RENT: Small 2 bedroom apartment, brand new, carpet, Phone 758-6368. private phone. PUBLIC INFORMATION ern Canada April 21st In Center, attend . MEETING will be p.m. at for West­held Wed the Drop Concep t at 7:30 Everyone is welcome to ■» Wrentham. Friends and relatives are invited to Open House in honor of the newly weds, Saturday, May 1st from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the home of the groom's parents. ________ NEWS St. Joseph’s C.W.L. met on April 7th at the home of Karen Ririe for their election meeting. All the executive were returned for their second year. President - Louellen Lee, Vice President - Lydia Tricsli, Sec­retary - Lydia Brunner, Treasurer - Joann Takacs. Conveners will be appointed with­in the month by President Louellen Lee. Eleven members of St. Joseph’s C.W.L. are going to attend the C.W.L. Diocesan Convention in High River on April 30th, kMay 1st and 2nd. Spiritual C eonvener Irene Gruninger , the each begin at C.W.L. reported that beginning May 2nd Rosary Sunday 8:45. A Bazaar with a be raffled. will be said before Mass for the month of May, to Fall 1982, motion was passed that a be held in November 6th, quilt to be made by the members to CANVASS FOR FUNDS FOR THE CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY HAS BEGUN. Please welcome the Volunteer Canvasser who calls at your door. It is hoped to have the Canvass completed by the end of April. All contributions will be gratefully accepted. ■ MAGRATH ROD & GUN CLUB MEETING will be held tonight, Thursday, April 15th, Magrath Trading Co. Hall. Everyone interested is welcome. The May meeting will he held on the 5th at the home of Lydie Brunner. Reports on the Convention will be given by those attending in High River. ■ The 1983 Convention is scheduled for Lethbridge to be hosted by three councils from Lethbridge ( St. Basils, St. Pat's and Assumption) and Picture Butte, Coal­dale and Magrath councils. Lydia Brunner, Reporter. Through the effr-ts of John Brunner, Council 1 3 of the knights of Columbus of Leth­bridge presented the Magrath Municipal Hospital with a Television for the patients lounge. The Knights of Columbus is Family (about orting Priests. They also give c*~ — locally to youth camps, Scouts, and awards in Education. Fraternal Organization 1 million members) supp-the elderly, sick, and support DON’T MISS LE ANNA GRANT - Concert, April 22nd, 7:30 p.m. at the L.D.S. Cultural Hall in Raymond. LeAnna is 19 years old, reigning Miss Las Vegas, contestant in the 1982 Miss America Pageant. She sings from Country to Classical. Family entertainment. Ticket Price (changed to) $3.00 per person, $12 Family. Available from Roger Kunkel, Phone 758-3707 or Hancock Realty, Raymond. Vinyl shower curtains 9” Vinyl Shower Curtains in attractive floral pattern on white background, a nice selection of colors. Easy to hang, long lasting. Adds a nice touch of color. REGULAR $8.95 Full Slips JUST ARRIVED - Girls & Misses Slips in white or beige. Lace trim. SIZES: 7-15. Cand1e-hments Proceeds Fund . "THE ENTERTAINER" presenting the next attraction: WESTERN STYLE EVENING featuring the following local artists - Frank Tricsli, Bill Harris, Wes Hillyer - Friday, April 16th, Magrath Drop In Center Doors open at 8:00 p.m. light atmosphere. Refr including baking items, towards Cultural Center CLOSING MEETING - of Magrath Ladies Curling Club will be held Tuesday, April 20th, 7 p.m. at the Rink. All lady curlers please attend. PRE-SCHOOL STORY HOUR: Magrath Public Library's pre-school Story Hour will begjin again Wednesday, April 28th. Let your 3 through Kindergarten age child come to the Library every Wed­nesday from 10 - 11 a.m. and join for stories and songs. Iris English, Ph. Magrath & District History Association wishes to the " /«^THROWS US 758-3751. Handsome of attractive Light weight, REGULAR $75.00 (1 per customer) 100% announce new "IRRIGATION BUILDER 2" .jtory Book is now available to anyone desiring a copy at the cost of $20. Contact the Library or Post. Office for a book. ATTENTION NOTABLES — Remember to attend singing practise Tuesday, April 20th. FOR SALE: Older home in Magrath. to sell. Will look at all offers, gage at 10 3/4% until August 1984. John & Denise Norton. DANCE - Raymond Sacred Heart School, Saturday, April 17th, starting at 9( p.m. Everyone welcome. Mohair Throws in a host patterns ard shades, yet oh- so Owners anxious Assumable mort- Ph. 653-2258, REGULAR $4.25. * warm and cozy. $5995 Shampoo ^TEN-O-SIX by Bonne Bell. Re­moves excess oily ness. Leaves hair bright and clean. 500 ml, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McCrea have returned from s iding the winter months in California; Men’s f hoe Clearance Mr. and Mrs. Lore Davies and family of Fort Vermilion spent the Easter holiday visit­ing relatives and friends in Magrath and district. Mrs. Martha Wright of Edmon­ton was a Magrath visitor during the Easter weekend, the guest of her sisters and brothers-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Norton and Mr. and Mrs. Tyler Alston. Dr. and Mrs. Barrie Steed and daughters of Calgary were Easter week-end visitors at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Christensen. ■ Men’s Brown Leather Slip On Oxford with neolite sole. #186. Moccasin vamp. REGULAR $49.95 39" Men's BUSH BOOT, leather upper, rubber sole. Cleated sole. An ideal boot for the wet we.ather season. rune* footwear Mr. and Mrs. Ed Louthen of Sequim" Wash, were weekend guests in Magrath. They were accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Cecelia Foote who spent the winter months in Sequim with the Louthens. Doug and Betty Loose returned home Good Friday from a seven week holiday in Hawaii, the Philippines, and Hong Kong. A most enjoyable vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sheer returned home during the weekend from a holi­day spent in California. REGULAR $35.00 REGULAR $32.00 THANK YOU: My sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses, friends and "enemas" who all contributed to make my stay BOOTS BROWN RUBBER "FLYER" BOOT with adjustable strap. Fleece lined. Men's and Boys sizes. in hospital the most enjoyable two weeks I've had in a long while. I will be back at the Bottle Depot very soon. Jack Aird. THANK YOU: The Olson Family wish to extend their thanks to everyone who brought food, flowers, cards, or helped in any way during our recent bereavement An extra special "thank you" to the Magrath C.W.L. Ladies for the lovely lunch served after the service. Lawrence, Louise apd family, Margaret Olson & family. THANK YOU: I would at this time like to thank the following outgoing conveners; Christian Family - Joann Takacs, Comm- ******************** Handsome Ties in assorted patterns and shades. (AROUND THE POLE) Reg. $5 to $10 ea. . 3?5 Magrath Second Scouts wish to thank everyone for their support of the Pancake Supper and Family Fun Night. The evening was a real success. Please watch for the future announcements of unications - Lydia Brunner, Community Life - Elizabeth Stanek, Education - Lydia Tricsli, Organization - Karen Ririe, Spiritual - Irene Gruninger. I would also like to thank in advance the people who will be taking over these positions. These convenerships will be reassigned and will be effective upon fulfillment. Sincerely, Luellen Lee, President, St. Joseph's C.W.L. FOR SALE: Girls 3 speed bike. Like new. Phone 758-3649 after 6 p.m. » * FOR SALE: Wooden Bunk Beds. Can be used as singles. Phone 758-3692. this event. ANNUAL MEETING OF MAGRATH IRRIGATION DISTRICT WATER USERS will be held in the Magrath Trading Co. Hall, Friday, April 16th/82, 2 p.m. B. Coleman, Secretary. ANNUAL FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE TEA & QUILT RAFFLE will be held Saturday, May 8th, 1982 in the Magrath Trading Co. Hall. Tickets on the quilt may be obtained from any Hospital Auxil­iary member or from'the Dry Goods Dept, or Store News Dept, of the Magrath Trading Co. FOR SALE: 1973 Mazda Truck. Phone 758­3538. The most difficult assignment is to look busy when you’re not. Dresses Lovely new Spring Dresses have arrived, and are still arriving to add to our good assortment. Beautiful fabrics in becoming styles and colors. Ladies Duster Loungers New Morsom Dusters and popular short length. Assorted prints and styles. PRICED FROM New Denim Jeans wearing. ANDRE MICHEL, and Loungers in JEAMS have arrived for Spring clean cut CONTOURS WITH BELT - a very popular style. FROM PLAYTEX WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A NEW SHIPMENT OF BODY FASHIONS FROM PLAYTEX. BE SURE TO COME UP TO THE LADIES READY-TO-WEAR DEPT. AND SEE THE VERY LATEST IN BRA'S, etc. . ********************************** ****************************** Further Reduction Sale! COATS We have greatly reduced a number of our Coats and Jackets. Be sure to see the new Additions to the Sale Racks. SEE THE GREATLY REDUCED RACK AND ’/3 off NEW 182 ARRIVALS DRESSES BLOUSES T SHIRTS SLACKS KNICKERS SHOES DUSTERS etc. ’ Bologna SLICED Cottage RoHs HALVES I .LB BULK BONELESS DAfld BONELESS nVOOi SHOULDER., LB a -f Shoulder Pork Roast Wieners ***************************************** FASHION UPDATE 1982 Warm weather is on it’s way - believe it or not! Now is the time to think Spring fashion. Look for Spring/Summer 82 casual and comfortable, with a variety being the key. There is no set length for anything, color choices are abundant from dark to bright, and from pale to neutral. , The big news is stripes - wide or narrow, vertical, horizontal or diagonal, rainbow-hued or two-toned, they can be seen everywhere. Look for the short, full skirts, a remake of the 60's minis. Contemporary fashions feature ease. Suits are varied. Jackets range from the short and unstructured to the long and blouson. The blazer and cardigan styling continue to be important. Skirts are often soft and ful.l. The length varies from above the knee to mid-calf. The slim and pleated skirts remain as classics . FABRICS: Natural fibres of silk, linen and cotton increase in demand. LINENS and SILK SHANTUNG looks create a textured effect. COTTON and COTTON BLENDS - seersucker, plisse, madra, chambray and poplin. Often coated to produce a shine and create a fresh, crisp look. SHEER and SEMI-SHEER fabrics voile, leno, gauze, georgette and muslin. Crinkled and rippled surface fin­ishes are common. These fabrics given new elegance to blouses. MEDIUM WEIGHT fabrics - denim, stretch denim, twill, oxford cloth, sheet­ing, gabardine and t-shirt knits, are still popular in '82 as they were in '81. PRINTS are varied and exciting. Stripes are predominate. Also import­ant are positive-negative prints; polka dots; country style gingham, checks, and plaids; nautical designs; cottage florals; exotic ethnic florals and geo­metries; and Oriental florals and graphics. White is featured with many prints. COLORS: Colors are intensified - brights and brighter and darks are dark­er, or toned down - neutrals and pastels have a whitened quality. Navy, fiery reds, oranges and yellows, clear blues and greens, deep earthy tones, desert neutrals, garden tints and soft pastels predominate. Metallics of gold, bronze, and pewter add a touch of opulence, can be found in the finest knits. Look for pure white or white teamed with navy, red or beige, ACCESSORIES: Shoes feature lower heels, often two-toned. Belts are soft and wide. Jewelry ranges from metal to wood with strong clean shapes and is tastefully used. Handbags come in all sizes, usually with clean lines. Colors to look for are pastels and neutral tones of bone and white. Colorful trims and braids are designed to compliment each fashion look. Look for quality in contemporary fashions. DISTRICT HOME ECONOMIST, Barbara J. Bzovy. REMINDER: Magrath Rod & Gun Club meeting tonight, 7:30 p.m. Magrath Trading Co. Hall. Everyone welcome. REMINDER: "The Entertainer", Drop In Center, Friday evening, 8 p.m. IRRIGATION DISTRICT WATER USERS Meeting, Friday, 2 p.m. Trading Co. Hall. Don’t think for a minute that chivalry is dead. If a high school girl should accidentally drop one of her books, almost any boy in her class .yill kick it back to her. * . Coffee MAXWELL HOUSE 454 G ,,, FROZEN, W, F, 355 ML Evaporated Milk ALPHA 385 ML Heinz Ketchup 750 ml Granola Bars ROGERS 350 G Fruit Cocktail YORK Tomato Juice HEINZ 1,36 L Liquid Detergent joy i l Paper Towels KLEENEX dWPffMliT PINK 5# BAGS Celery Stalks NO, 1 CARROTS 2# BAGS Bananas DOLE