Magrath Store News (September 11, 1975)

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. Z MAGR ATH TRADING CO STORENEWS PHONES: OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOODS 758-3252 HARDWARE 758-3065 STOKE HOURS: MONDAY, TUE...

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Main Author: Magrath Trading Store
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Published: J. A. Ririe 1975
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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. Z MAGR ATH TRADING CO STORENEWS PHONES: OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOODS 758-3252 HARDWARE 758-3065 STOKE HOURS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY .B A.M. to 6 PJf.- WEDNESDAY. & to J ££ •*** THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 197 5 WonderBra Steepen, »MAGRATE, ALBERTA. A few more New Arrivals for Fall. Lovely new style Queens, new Long Gowns have also arrived. See these new Fall Dresses soon. •«•••••• GIRIS & MISSES DOMINO CO-QRD»S Domino Co-Ordinates in cute styles for Girls and Misses. Lovely new Fabrics in easy-care fashions. One and two piece ensembles that will be sure to please Man as well as Daughter. . WB HAVE RECEIVED A FEW MORE "MINI WORLD" DRESSES FOR LITTIE GIRIS. SIZES 1 to 3. DON’T MISS THE SALE RACKS OF LADIES WEAR . DRESSES, JACKETS AND COATS, etc. $10. 1/2 HilCE.$15 Now on Display in our Upstairs Dept. JUST ARRIVED - A FEW NEW WINTER COATS & JACKETS INCLUDING SOME GORGEOUS "FUN FURS". New Arrivals in WonderBra Bra’s FULLY PADDED - skintone and white 950 CREFESET &. NYLON TRICOT A lovely fitting bra New Sweaters, T Shirts Sleepers» New Seamless Bra’s are now in stock tool V WINCHESTER MODEL 2200, Ì2 gauge, 2ÿ». pump action 139^ WINCHESTER MODEL 1200. 12 gauge, 154?* BRETTA - 12 gauge, automatic, 9 iQOf 3" nagnum. 5 year guarantee» RUKO - 12 gauge, double barrel. 149** RUKO — Single Shot, 410, 20 gauge, 16 gauge or 12 gauge. Í SHELLS OUR FEATURE OF THE MONTH SPECIAL WINCHESTER MODEL 70. 7 MM Remington ' Magnus . .274^ WINCHESTER 3006. Model 70. . Zi99T 49 9F DELUXE CUSTOM SPORTSTER . 64?* SPORTSTER 303 SCOPES ARE AVAILABLE FOR YOUR RIFLES, etc. Binoculars Canadian Made 12 gauge Shotgun Shells. 2^" C.I.L. Box of 25 Complete stock of Shotgun^ Rifle shell«e We have just received a new shipment of Johnson Brown Label TRAFFIC WAX. ■JWWHHHHBHHHHHHHHHHHHKHHWHHHHHHHHHHHHWHHfr We carry a complete line of CIRCULAR SAW’ BLADES - plain and Carbide Tip. Assorted sizeso See:us for Fly Strips, Fly Baits including Golden Malrin and Golden Decoy. Available in popular sizes. See the Vaco Convertible Snap Ring Pliers. Converts from internal to external applica­tions. Only $7.95 pr. OUR TULIP BULBS ARE NOW IN. $1.19 BINOCULARS - 7 x 35 in three popular models to choose from. > $29.95.$31.95.$34.95 DELUXE 7 X 50 KURT MULLERS .$54.95 Men’s Levi Cords REGULAR $16.95 I I SHIRT-SUIT Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Seward of Detroit, Michigan are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Earl Seward and Mr. Frank Seward. >. BOYS' CASUAL. OUTFIT BOYS’ TWO PIECE BRUSHED DENIM OUTFITS THAT ARE MAKING A REAL HIT THIS SEASON. SHIRT-STYLE JACKET WITH MATCHING JEAN STYLE PANTS. POPULAR FADED BLUE SHADE. SIZES: 8, 16 and 18. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hill of Drayton Valley are visiting at the hone of their son-in-law and daugh­ter Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Card. Mrs. Fem Cook had as her Tuesday guest her sister Mrs. Lucille Brown of Raymond. REGULAR $24.95 i .95 pair Mr. and Mrs. Iynn Sabey arrived Friday from Ladysnith, B.C. and are visiting relatives and friends in Magrath and district, guests of their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ken Owens. JACKETS MEN’S DENIM "SCRUBBIE" JACKETS - a real hit this season. Navy denim in a "Safari" style. SIZES: 34 - 38. oe REGULAR $28.95. Mr. and Mrs. Rod Meldrtat and son Phillip have returned to Fort McMurray after visiting relatives and friends in Southern Alberta including her mother Mrs. Colleen Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Mai returned heme Tuesday fron a holiday to Pouce Coupe and area where they visited relatives and friends. SIZES: 6 - 12 REG. $18.95 Cougar Brand Joggers in Navy Suede with white trim, Red Suede with White trim JOGGERS , Boys "Penman Briefs J in assorted colors. REGULAR $1.19 pr. « Visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Allan McCoy are his mother Mrs. Lola McCoy of Stits-ville, Ontario and brother-in­law and sister Mr. and Mrs. Don Healy of Ottawa. Mr. and Mrs. H. Brown of California are visiting relatives and friends including Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harker and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rasmussen have had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. Gerry Crosby and family of Saskatoon. Sask. Mrs. Jean Dudley had as her recent guest her son and daughter­in- law Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dudley of Nelson, B.C. Mr. and Mrs. John Clark of Provo, Utah have been visiting friends and relatives including her brother Clifford Markley, brothers-in-law and sisters M; and Mrs. Mrs. Tan ». Blaine Harker and My. and Norton. Be not strangers; for thereby some have entertained angels unawares. - Hebrews 13:2 forgetful to entertain «SOOMMJtJIMMMMMMMKMSBMMKMKfriHWWHHlMlBíKItMMMIIKfr* FOR SAIE: Second cutting of hay. Ph. 758-322? George Papp FOR SALE: 20 acres of Seeond cutting Alfalfa hay. Contact Jacob of John Weing, Ph. 758-3223 or 758-6601. t Scented and unscented Polish removers in popular sizes. 45i tQ 99# ea. Nail Polish New shades in Nail Polish including popular frosted shades• 79# & 89# TOILETRIES PRINCE MATCHRBELLI "AFTER SHOWER SPLASH" in pleasing Windsong fragrance. _ BEG. $4.00. . >.$2.95 U * ** —< SOFF PUF F S Johnson's Cotton Puff Balls. 89# to $1.15 k A] I II V II JB Br •’ F■ • j* Mr. and Mrs. Raeldon Barker of Chicago, Illinois are the proud parents of a son bom August 20th in the Magrath Municipal Hospital. ' Mrs. Barker is the former Dana Dudley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George T. Dudley. •Ron and Marilynn Bullock and their son Chris wish to announce the birth of their second son and brother Russell Carl, who was bom on September 5th. Russ is the nineteenth grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bullock of Welling and the seventh grandchild of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Eyring of Trowbridge, California. Brian and Bruce Tricsli are thrilled to announce the news their baby brother has arrived. Brent Douglas made his first appearance September 5th at 3:21 P.M. Happy parents are Louis and Iydia Tricsli. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John Kosarchuk of Lethbridge and Mrs. Mari Tricsli of Magrath. Medicated Skin Creme with so many uses, as a skin . cream, cosmetic base, etc. $1.35 to $2.99 BACK TO SCHOOL HANDBAGS Mr. and Mrs. Rod Leishman are happy to announce the arrival of their daughter Tasha Nicole born August 25th in the Magrath Municipal Hospital. Proud grandparents are My, and Mrs. . Gerald Gibb of Raymond and Mr. and Mrs. Dee Leishman of Magrath. • • • • • * BAKE SALE: Saturday, September 13 th at 1 P.M. in Magrath lions Hall sponsored by ¡the First Magrath Cubs. | NOTICE: United Church Ladies Aid will hold [its regular meeting Tuesday afternoon, September 16th at 2:30 P.M. at the home of Mrs. W. J. Rice. - TO GIVE AWAY: 6 week old pups, mother is part Blue Heeler. Call 758-6633.' . FOR SALE: 1 Shetland Mare and halter broke yearling colt. $50.00. Phone 758-6768. Terylen® Bonded Quilt Batts REGULAR $5.95 9 Soft leather-like Vinyls in Black or Red. REG. $6.95 WANTED: Chest of Drawers. Call 758-6572 NOTICE: September 2nd I ajn hair-dressing at Myrna's Lock Shop Tuesdays through Saturdays. Please call either 758-3074 or 758-3437. Jean Thomson. » 4 • Q • The Hospital Auxiliary is pleased to announce the new High-Low Bed has just arrived at the Hospital. . Because of the excellent support of the public at the Florence Nighten­gale Tea in May, the Auxiliary is able to pay the full amount, $523.25 for this bed. NOTICE: The Magrath Town Council in i Council assembled this 11th day of Aqgvït 1975 does hereby enact as follows: 1. that By-Law #822 be amended to read: The owner of any dog impounded shall, before redeeming the said dog, pay to the pound keeper fche sum of $25.00 for the impound­ing of such dog together with the sum of $1.00 per day maintenance for eacy day t’. ' dog remains in the pound and shall furthe’ I satisfy the poundkeeper that he has ccmpli C with 9ecion Five (5) of this By-Law, H.C. Poulsen, Municipal Administrator As of NYLON TRICOT - for your quilts, comforters, bedspreads, lingerie, etc. A beautiful assortment of colors. 108“ wide. REGULAR $3.50 yd ••.•••«••.••«.••••••••••per yard PANTI-HOSE ONE SIZE REGULAR 79* pr. SUPER STRETCH Popular shades of Taupe, Cocoa, White. * Get a good supply of these special Panti-Hose at this low, low price. Grey Wool Blankets ideal for Camping, Cottage, Children's beds, extra bedding. REGULAR $7.95 ea. 1A Directors meeting of the Magrath & District Chamber of Commerce was held Sept. 3rd. The president and vice president re­ported on the recent activities of the Chamber. Charlie Matkin reported on his attendance at the Lethbridge Court House re: Federal Constituencies as it is proposed to leave Magrath in the Medicine Hat riding. Charlie advised the Commission that it was felt preferable for Magrath to be included in the Lethbridge Electorial District. Harold Boucher advised the meeting that he and Charlie had spent two days with Mr. Robert Ferguson of the Grain Handling and Transportation Commission. They met with several of the business men of Magrath Glen­wood, Hillspring and Cardston districts, also the Reeve of the Cardston Municipality, the Mayor of Cardston and Mr. D. Steed, District Agriculturist. We were informed at Glenwood that there were fifteen loaded cars of grain that had not been moved since the flood, that the elevators are full, that they wondered where they would haul next year's crop. Your chamber contacted the Transportation Department of the Province of Alberta re­questing that action be taken to remedy-this situation, we also were in touch with the C.P. Rail at Calgary. We hope to be able to report favorably in the near future. Mr. Ferguson inspected the condition of the rail lines, the lack of weed control and the con­dition of fences and snow fences and the tracks. We feel his report will be helpful to the producers in our district. Harold Boucher will be attending the meeting of the Chamber of Commerce Directors in Edmonton Sept. 9th and will meet with the Cabinet on the 10th. Mrs. Elsie Murray, beloved wife of the late William Barton Murray, passed away in Magrath Monday, Sept. 8th at the age of 86 years. Born in Idaho, she came to Canada wit£ her parents to Magrath in 1901, She married William Murray in 1906 and in 1929 they moved to the Lethbridge Northern. In 1942 she returned to Magrath where she had resided until her passing. She is survived by two sons Kenneth of Bloomfield Hills, Michigan^ Blair of Magrath, 15 grandchildren, nine great grandchildren, three brothers Edward Clifton of Magrath, Rusiell and Lorraine Clifton of Coalhurst, a daughter-in-law Mrs. Hilda Murray of Lethbridge, She was predeceased by her husband in 1936 and a son Harold in 1961. Funeral services will be held this Friday afternoon at 1:30 P.M* in the Magrath L.D.S. Chapel with Bishop Tyler Alston officiating. SLICED BEEF LIVER . 69c SHORT RIBS ? ***** ANNUAL MAGRATH HORSE SHOW RESULTS Jr. Jr. Sr. Jr. Sr. Winner '„uint "Passey Lee Blackmore Laurie Stevens Karen Jarvie Cindy Hillmer Tracey Erickson Norman Brown Marilyn Hudson Wendy Nugent Jayne Schmidt . Kristi McCaugherty Larry Gray Tom Byam Clinton Hillmer June Twitchen Dianne Curtis Mary Ann Handsame Jayne Schmidt Rodney Jorgensen Karen Jarvie Mavis Malmberg THANK YOU Class Club Showmanship Primary Showmanship Child Showmanship Jr. Showmanship Club Equitation Primary Equitation Child Equitation Western Equit« Trail Trail Reining . Reining Bareback Tandum Primary Boot Race Club Jumping Junior. Jumping Maiden Jumping Senior Jun ping Open Costume Class Jr. Western Pleasure Sr. Western Pleasure Ladies Open Cigar Race Darlene Terry Open English Pleasure Laurel Lang Jr. English Equit. - - - Pony Performance Jr. Rescue Race Junior Barrel Senior Barrel Jr. Polebending Sr. Polebending Dianne Curtis Clinton Hillmer Mary Ann Handsaeme Kristi McCaugherty Sylvia Bullock Mary Ann Handsaeme Jayne Schmidt Donors G. Cowan Family Bruno Brandt Family George Money & Son Ltd. G. Leishman & L. Hillmer Tanco Building Supply Magrath Agencies Magrath Co Op West Wind Ranches Lila's Confectionary Carters Garage Lee & Wendy Janson Gordon & Barbara Snow Trails End, Wallace Baker Freds Excavating Jayne Schmidt Lloyd Mddrum Jack Twitchen Family Garden City Motors Ltd. Ed Wilson Family M & M Mobile Home Park Fred & Joyce Hillmer Sheer's Insurance Magrath Rodeo Club Kimberly Rowe Bank of Montreal John St Joy Bourne, Blaine Norton Butch's Service Western Stockmen Magrath Pharmacy Greg'3 Transport. We would like to thank everyone who helped make our Horae Show a success« Mr. and Mrs. Richard Poulsen and daughter have returned to their hcsne in Toronto after visiting at the home of his mother Mrs. ^yda Poulsen.