Magrath Store News (January 3, 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. MAGRATH TRADING CO STORE NEWS OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOOES 758-3252 HARDWARE DRPT, 758-3065 STORE HOURS: Monday, Tuesday...

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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. MAGRATH TRADING CO STORE NEWS OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOOES 758-3252 HARDWARE DRPT, 758-3065 STORE HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday . 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Vfednesday. 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. THÜRSDAY/ JANUARY 3/ 1980 . > * . 111 ■ 1111 ■ ■ > 11. MAGRATH# ALBERTA. ***************************************************************************************** HARDWARE DEPARTMENT DONT MISS THESE SPECIALS! CHRISTMAS GIFT WRAP. CHRISTMAS CARDS.TAGS & SEALS ICICLES.,.GARLANDS. .TREE SKIRTS.,.GLASS ORNAMENTS/ WREATHS. PLASTIC SANTAS.TREE TOPS. Vi PRICE >44444444444444444#44444«*44 TOVS WINGS PLANES - the easiest-to-fly engine powered plane £4 eVer‘ REGULAR $18.88 * I »Wt 4444444444444444-H-444 4*W DON'T MISS OUT ON THIS REDUCTION IN TOYS i « Famous Simmons hide-a-bed. DELUXE SIMM3NS HIDE-A-BED - beige with brown leaf design. Ccnplete with bolster cushions. „ PRICED AT. $499.00 HIEE-A-BED - upholstered in handseme brown/beige plaid. PRICED AT . $369.00 Great Buy! Recliner - 3 position Recliners in all Vinyl, Naugahyde & fabrics. 10%off "SCOUT" TOW ROPES 15' - 3/4" Nylon rope Tow Ropes made by the Magrath Boy Scouts. PRICED AT . $15.00 WE HAVE USED SKATES ON HAND, parkas JACKETS FOR fit TWILLS, MELTON MEN'S SWEATERS AND VESTS IN PULLOVERS AND CARDIGANS. ASSORTED STYLES, KNITS AND PATTERNS. 20% OFF bfen's Drill Parkas in lcng hip length style. Full length front zipper opening, large, rooty front pockets. Warm hood. Well lined - just . the thing for the winter outdoors. (REGULAR $39.95) MEN'S & BOYS JACKETS INCLUDING QUILTED NYLONS IN DOWN AND FIBREFILS, DENIMS AND CLOTHS. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson of Spring Coulee had as their guests during the holiday season their son­in- law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ian Hamilton of Vancouver and Miss Mary Ellen Thompson of Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Moriyama, Kim and Sean of Calgary spent Christmas at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Len Hillmer. They also came to attend the funeral of the late Betty Jane Mikado and were accompanied by his mother Mrs. Grace Moriyama of Kamloops, B.C. who remained to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Bob Mikado and Judy. Mountain Health Unit services in Magrath and WEDNESDAYS ONLY. ATTENTION: Chief will now provide area on TUESDAYS The Office will not be open on Fridays. Regular Immunization Clinics: Tuesdays 10 - 11:30 a.m. Wednesdays - will be for school and home visits. For emergency or assistance on other days please call the Head Office at Cardston, 653-4266. NOTICE: Worship Services at the • Magrath United Church will be held Sunday mornings at 11:45 a.m. beginn­ing this Sunday, January 6th and con­tinue throughout the year. FOUND: Yellow, green and blue Skidoo glove. Owner may enquire at News Office. SALE: Travelex Camper top to half ton Ford, ^sh/ 758-6578. SALE: Sears Best 78-15 Radial Used only FOR Snow tires with studs. 3^ months last winter. Cost $76 ea. Will sell for $40 each. Ph. 758-6617. PROGRESSIVE CONSERVATIVE ANNUAL MEET­ING. The Progressive Conservative Association of the Cardston Constit­uency requests all to attend the annual meeting and election of officers to be held Saturday, January 12th at the Spring Coulee Hall, Spring Coulee at 2 p.m. John Thompson, M.L.A., will give a report to the constituency. Lunch will be served. FOR RENT: Three bedroom apartment. Phone 758-3797. Jon Dudley. THANK YOU: I wish to express my sincere thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of the Magrath Municipal Hospital for the care and attention I received while a patient. To friends and family for cards, gifts, and visits, and for well wishes I have received, I am most grateful. Lon Hovey. Dr. and Mrs. Richard Poulsen and three daughters returned by air to their home after spending two weeks visiting their parents Mrs. Lyda Poulsen and Mr. and Mrs. Hornberger of Calgary. SALE TABLE BUYS SWEATERS, SLACKS PYJAMAS, ETC. $2.00 Dresses CLEARING AT $25 to $50 etc. »1« rW t F IjM 1 IT\* nu IL 1 1 RACK OF LADIES COATS AND JACKETS IN ASSORTED STYLES AND FABRICS. INCLUDED ARE MELTON CLOTHS, LEATHER, FRIEZE* LADIES ALL WEATHERS, etc. LOVELY STYLES FOR THE WINTER SEASON TOO. ran tfiss the Sweaters Lovely Sweaters by Aven Knit in Orlon Also handsome Wool Cardigans in becoming fashions. Seme with hoods. You will enjoy wearing them this winter. V2 Price Special! TENEER TOOTSIES Ladies Fashion Boot in popular cocktail height. Brown vinyl, lined. stylish Sleepwear Sale! LADIES NIGHTGOWNS AND PYJAMAS 1 COUNTER CLEARING AT THIS LOW PRICE INCLUDED ARE LONG AND REGULAR LENGTHS BRUSHED ORLONS, PERMA PRESS, ETC. V2 PRICE CHILDREN’S WEAR 1 RACK OF KIDDIES WEAR including JACKETS, COATS, STEPPERS, PLAY SETS. DRESSES, ETC. Super Specials DON’T MISS OUT ON THESE SAVINGS. Rack of Ladies Dresses, Jurtp Suits, Co-Ordinates, LADIES DRESSES, BLOUSES, SKIRTS, CO ORDINATES, etc. CLEARING AT . 1/2 Price LOVABLE BRAS - FOR THE JUNIOR FIGURE. SEAM-FREE, SOFT CUPS. PRE-SHAPED NATURAL CUPS.; $4 AND $4.50 Pillows QUEEN SIZE PILLOWS - floral covering, polyester filling. A pair of these lovely pillows would make an ideal gift. 20x29. REGULAR $12.95 10" 20x26. REGULAR $8.89 G» Prior to the Christmas holidays, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Rice accompanied by their son Ron travelled to Salt Lake City, Utah where Ron began his labors, December 20th in the Salt Lake/Utah Mission Field. Friends were sorry to hear of the recent death of Miss Martha Sheer of Regina, sister of Phil Sheer. Phil and Gladys were in Regina at time of her passing and attended funeral service. the the Tea Towels rk • -X? V ‘ . •' REG. I £ designs. Large 21"x32". 7» REGULAR $1.25 TERRY TOWELS _4 49 Diane and Mona Karren were home for the Christmas season, guests at Eye-catching Screen Printed of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom T.inan Tea Towels with becoming Karren. 99' $1.69 Miss Nola Dahl is home from B.Y.U. and spent the holiday season with her parents, Dr. and before leaving for a in Jerusaleum. Mr. and Mrs. John Mrs. Mark Dahl Semester Abroad Dish Gay checked in assorted REGULAR 59C 49* *>’ 4 Disch Cloths shades. Cloths Balderson are home from B.Y.U. where John completed his studies in Agriculture. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Meldrum had as theii guests during the holiday season their children, Mrs. Lois McGavin of Idaho Falls, Dr. and Mrs. Blair Meldrum and family of Saskatoon and Miss Sharon Meldrum of Card­ston. Knitting Yam TOWELS patterned lovely 3” Assorted shades in Sayelle 50 g. FEGULAR $1.00 Mr. CLEARING AT CLEARING AT 499 Romanue floral Hand Towels in thick terry. STOCKHOLM striped Hand Tcwels, thickly napped Terry. IA fûl I ARD Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Schneyder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Schneyder and family all of Clarksville, Texas spent the holiday seas­on visiting their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Fletcher in Stirling and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schneyder, Sr. in Magrath. and Mrs. Chris Jensen are receiving congrat-on the birth of a daughter born Christmas Day, December 25th, in the Magrath Municipal Hosp-ulations Tuesday, ital. Happy grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Moses Fromm of Raymond and Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jensen, Magrath. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Letkeman of Chin are happy to announce the arrival of a daughter born December 21st. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Collin Passey of Magrath, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Letkeman of Chin. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Metheral and daughters of Moose Jaw, Sask, spent the holiday season visiting with her parents Mr. and brother-in-law and Mrs. Charlie Sindlinger, and sister Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fox. Macfarlane of Pierrefonds»Quebec spent Christmas visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fell Balderson. Mrs. Winona The Magrath Trading Company Limited wishes to thank you for your past patronage, and wish you a happy and prosperous New Year. V NO-IRON SHEETS WHITE POLYESTER/COTTON SHEETS IN FLATS AND FITTED DOUBLE BED SIZE. REGULAR $10.95 each . QUEEN SIZE FLATS & FITTED. REGULAR $14.95 each FLANNELETTE BLANKETS Flannelette Blankets, border trim. 70x90. thickly napped with contrasting REGULAR $10.95 each . SIZE 80x100. REGULAR $12.95 each CHENILLE SPREADS Lovely Chenille Spreads in two-tone pattern effect. r-opcLLcu background shades that will add to the decour of your bedrocm. Jouble bed size, fringed on three sides. Select for your own bedrocm - ideal also for the children's or guest rooms. Popular time SAIE PRICED AT a time So Loree and I, Cort "Christmas is a time to be happy. It is to meet and greet old friends. It is a to remember Good Friends." and Marcie with to wish you all a Merry and Happy New Year. The Brewertons from Graham, Texas. We wish to send special Christmas Greetings and Best Wishes for the Coming Year to all of our fine acquaintances in Magrath & District. We miss months. you, but we will be home in nine short Elder & Sister L. B. Tanner, Arizona Temple Visitor's Centre. Large queen size Comforters with attractive covers. - Cream shade with floral designs. REGULAR $49.95 M295 A** A A** ********* ********************* Captain & Mrs. Ray Romses of Pet-awawa, Ontario and Miss Joyce Ririe of Nanaimo, B.C. spent Christmas with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ririe. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hillmer and sons, NOTICE: Magrath U. C.W. will hold the first meeting of the New Year, Tuesday, January 8th at 7:30 p.m. in the United Church Hall. Hostesses will be Mrs. Jackie Moors and Norma Owens. All interested ladies are welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hohm of Edmonton spent the holiday season visiting with their parents Mr. and Mrs. Eric Hohm of Spring Coulee and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Tjornelund of Cardston. Also visiting at the Hohm home was their daughter Sherri of Claresholm. Miss Carolyn Ririe of Edmonton, spent the Festive Season at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Watson Ririe. Miss Barbara Pilling was home from Rick's College to spend Christmas with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Gaelynd Pilling. Miss Laurel Davies of U. of A. , Edmon­ton spent the holiday season with family at the home of her mother, Elizabeth Davies. Mr. and Mrs. Vern VJakefield and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wakefield enjoyed part of the holiday season visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wakefield and family in Coronation. While there they helped their parents celebrate their 40th Wedd­ing Anniversary which was an event of the holiday season. Also attending the celebration were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wock-nitz of Magrath and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Kunz of Lethbridge. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Rice during the holidays included son-in-law and daugher Mr. and Mrs. John Halladay and family of Medicine Hat, Miss Cindy Rice of Provo, Utah, Mr. Bob Rice and Miss Kim Mosley of Edmonton. Mr. and Mrs. Larry McClain of Cold Lake were visitors during the holiday season at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence McClain. JflliURRX Sale! Men’s Dress Shirts Men's Dress Shirts in 35% Cotton, 65% Polyester. Styled by Jacques Bernard, co-ordinate Popular shades to with your suits and dress slacks. OflUiL AFF* REG. $14.95 ¿V /Q vrr Jantzen Sweaters in smart Pullovers, AflO/ aXI Cardigans and Vests. Assorted styles /Q REGULAR $18 - $65 Checks, Plaids and plains in the very latest fashion for the well dressed man. $29.95 - $39.95 Miss Donna Bort spent Christmas in Vancouver visiting with her aunt. Friends were sorry to hear of the passing of Arlene Holman whose death occurred recently in Vancouver, B.C. She was the sister of Earl, Frank and Ennie Seward. "Skagway" Hiking Boot in popular Cingiassala shade. Has sturdy cleated sole. Durable leather uppers. Heavy duty eyelets for good adjustments. REGULAR $59.95 Winter Boots Christmas '79 was an especially joyous time for the family of Mahlon and Evelyn Bourne when all the members of their immediate family met for a family get-to-gether. Thirty seven members were present for the occasion at the home of Addie and Lois Bourne and included Mr. and Mrs. Don Bourne and daughter Katherine of Filmore, California; Mr. and Mrs. Addie Bourne, Greg and Patti of Magrath; Mr. and Mrs. Man­ley Bourne and daughter of Coaldale; Mr. and Mrs. Orene Bourne of Frobisher Bay, N.W. T., Mr. and Mrs. Max Bourne and sons of Cutbank, Mont.; Mr. and Mrs. Neal Bourne and family of Cayley; Mr. and Mrs. John Bourne of Magrath; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bentley and daugh­ter of Calgary; Mr. and Mrs. Elige Bourne and daugh­ter of Raymond; Mr, Clark Bourne and friend Jane, of Calgary; Monte Bourne, of Magrath; also Mr. Bob Sanderson, Bourne, of Naskup, B.C. A delicious Christmas dinner was pictures were taken and an entirely was spent by the whole family. Bessie Bourne and Leonard Bourne father of Mrs. Don enjoyed, many rewarding day . / 'HE I/O REGULAR /Ä PRICE! LEE DENIM JACKETS DRESS SHIRTS V NECK WHITE T SHIRTS MEN'S DRESS PANTS SWEATERS & VESTS SHORT SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS L.N. Turner, Jr. spent the Christmas holiday in Salt Lake City, Utah, the guest of his brother-in­law and sister Ellery and Yvonne Hansen. the magrath trading company limited wish to take this MAGRATH STORE NEWS A HAPPY, BASKETBALL: Friday, January 4th Winston Churchill will be in Magrath. Game Time: Jr. Varsity 6:30 p.m. Varsity - 8 p.m. The complete Basketball Schedule for Southern Alberta 4A Basketball League was printed in the Christmas edition of the Store News. Saturday, January 5th, Magrath will be at home to Lethbridge Coll­egiate. OPPORTUNITY TO WISH ALL READERS OF THE PROSPEROUS AND HEALTHY NEW YEAR. PORK BURNS 1£ SUCS) SIDE BACON OLYMPIC It? tiaiiiitiiiiiiiiiiili 1 » ■ i I I 1 Ji Sausage Meat 1# ROLLS .,., i i t i i i • i i i i i I iikiiili i i i i I I i i lilt i i I Cooked Ham: 6 OZ. PKG . I 1 I I ■ I I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I I I *1111 I 1 I Illi III ¡29 I ***************************************************************************************** Invocation was offered by Bishop Tyler Alston. The biography of Betty Jane was given by Ray Stevenson, followed by a vocal trio, Laurel Davies, Carolyn Rir-' Barbara Pilling singing " I Am A cUu-1-lt'oT1 God" arranged and accompanied bren. • on the piano with flute accpe choir was Nola Dahl. „ ~ Ted Haynes Speaker for the -J with closing rema-1’ tributes were The closirviful riends of Betty- "Abide With^mates and hnson, Greg offered tfrers were Catlt, Park /’ craig Wi^on, Brian -Bill’Gravelan^ in the Ma^th _ intermentctookjston offering the g sidVirayer. Trading Company Management^ d S?affT^ ^l"the Mikado family m their . A tragic two-car collision on Highway of the Lethbridge Airport, claimed of Betty Jane Mikado, 19 year old of Bob and Sue Mikado Wednesday December 26th, 1979. Betty Jane was born Feburary 28, 1969 in Magrath and attended Magrath Elementary and High Schools where she was an honor student, graduating in June, 1978. At the time of her passing she was attending Leth­bridge Community College where she was tak­ing a business and secretarial course. She was active in sports, especially tennis, winning a gold medal in the 1979 Summer Games. She loved to golf and swim and enjoyed skiing. Betty assisted at the Magrath Library7 during the summer and busy times. She leaves to mourn her passingof loving parents, Bob and Sue and couS-Judy; her grandmother, Mrs. T. Magrath; numerous aunts iris. The Magrath L.D^ afternoon to overflowing Satur from ' friends and relati’ came t in Albert^ and B.ri last resp’ects. h the Friends me* rior to Relief Society R°che - following wh c ctevenson. offered hy ^1« ste n offid«ed at Bishop lorn Karre the service. nP2isters «ere in. ’ The Memorial Reg shig Nakag orgaP for the Cean «heeler #5 south the life daughter evening, ’„^el was fin*“ —i when „ «7»». Points to pay their family in the the service family Prayer was in their life’s book a^ot^d untried yean, we face a new a& aU unguessed. and its hides from us, nav lift the ven u* ours tread out" P^V^ar^ We Step ^J^ithril her ^""^Sind What we us strength new &treSs oJr'X'St blessings from> fleeted Within Today Its secrets < No hand mav Success or May „ We step «»to