Magrath Store News (March 14, 1985)

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. f TRADING CO I OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-3535 DR* GOODS 758-3252 . ’ UPSTAIRS & STOPE NEW? 755-63 STORE HOURS: Monday, Tuesday,...

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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. f TRADING CO I OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-3535 DR* GOODS 758-3252 . ’ UPSTAIRS & STOPE NEW? 755-63 STORE HOURS: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday & Saturday Wednesday .*. . HARDWARE DEPARTMENT 753-3065. 1 r • ' ‘ 8 a.m. to 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. 1 p.m. lhulGumÏ, 1-tJu, 1935. MMAAGGRRAATTHH,, ALBERTA ***************************************************************************************** HARDWARE DEPARTMENT ***************************************************************************************** THURSDAY, MARCH 14th, 1985 26” Remote Color TV Handsome RCA Console Television. ColorTrak model in woodgrain cabinet. Remote control. Full 3 year parts and Labor warranty. $799 3 year parts and labor warranty. COLOR PORTABLE TELEVISION 19" PORTABLE TELEVISION COfiïnOL REMOTE r ir 3 year parts and labor warranty. Nice for den, etc. R.C.A. COLOR TELEVISION 3 TV Stand T.V./Multi Purpose Stand in woodgrain. 2 shelf. Castrrs. ¿Jj 3 Washer & Dryer MOFFAT MWG1140 model Washer, 4 cycle automatic. MDG1140 Electric Drver. 99995 REG $15.95 PORTABLE KEROSENE HEATER CANDLE "ENERGY MISER" Kerosene Heater - Gives maximum heat, minimum fuel con­sumption. • 'A S ’'cw (REG. $99.95) ■ "" '"v Hcmr. Hmmmn - - - M¡ LATEX PAINT 7 only 4 litre LATEX SEMI-GLOSS COVER-UP PAINT. (dor your Spring cleaning). 095 t Sealed Beams ______We have a good selection of Sealed Beams for Cars and i Trucks including HALOGEN. HOUSEWIRE WEEKEND SPECIAL 250 ft. 14-2 LUMEX $29.1 EAR TAGS We now stock ALFLEX numbered Ear Tags as well as the regular Alflex tags. .I ‘l /. 7 I Rugby Pants If JEANS Men’s Rugby Pants i assorted colors and sizes. A choice of styles too. REGULAR 29.95-39.95 (No Returns) SJ BRITTANIA JEANS 100% Cotton, Imports. SIZBS: 30. 3700 "ADAMO -Hi ANS 's Jeans in a LI size range. 1Q95 $29.95. MFN’S WORK GLOVES Men's Work Gloves with Leather Palm Canvas back. REGULAR $2 95 Mineral aerkjcc. tor Kristin Jane Rice, beloved wife cf Dr. Robert Rice, were held in the Lethbridge East Stake Chapel Thursday, March 7, 1985 with Elder Bill Baker officiating. The family prayer was offered by Bishop Jon Tollestrup. The Memorial register was attended by Lynn Hill and Karen Kolitar. Opening hymn by the congregation was "I Know xhat My Redeemer Lives , The invocation was offered by Dennis Evanson. The biography of Kristin was given by David Wood followed by a Ladies Trio sung by sisters-in-law Janice Sterzer, Jackie Barnett and Cindy Bourne "He Cares For Me", accompanied by Carol Lowry. Speaker for the service was Joan McGrath. A Young Women's Mutural Class sang "Teach Me To Walk" and the closing hymn was "I Am A Child of God" sung by the congregation. David Baines offered the benediction. Honorary Pallbearers were Paul Rennie, Al Merkley, Alex Gepneris, Johnn Sterzer, Robert Stubbs Jeff Slarks, Randall Bennett, Jim Camerson, Glenn Tollestrup, Ron Rice and Kent McMullin. Active Pallbearers were Dave Malmberg, Dean Goughnour, Jonathon Tollestrup, Russell Barnett, Doug Hill and John Halliday. Interment took place in the Magrath Cemetery with the dedication of the grave by Stephen Toll- -estrup. DEL BONITA COUNTRY ASSOCIATION FAMILY DANCE: Satur­day, March 16th. The Band - The "Kuzn's" (Vivien 1 Doran Meldrum). Please bring sandwiches and/or cookies. Members and invited guests. AVOID SPRING SEEDING DELAY — Book your grain now for Spring cleaning. Spring Coulee Seed Cleaning ant. Phone 758-6704. SHORT OF SEED? Let me arrange reasonable priced seed for you. I have Galt, Neepawa, Klages on hand. Spring Coulee Grain Exchange, Phone 758-6767. REGISTRATION FOR be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the Elementary Schok ration Fee is $5 per child and girls Grades 2-5. MINI BASKETBALL CLINIC - will a Thursday, March 13th & 14th 1 Gym. Regist-is for boys & THANK YOU: A big thank you to Don Grun-inger and Jerry Bennett for their help with the Band project. It was greatly appreciated. The Band Boosters. FOR SALE: 1 Family Milk Cow, 7 yrs. old. Good producer, gentle. Phone 758-3140. MISSING - Jarem Gurney's two wheeler - one of Mag-rath's many little green bicycles. This one has a hole in the seat down to the red, is missing a bolt or two and has a faded "Gurney" felt penned on the side of the seat. Please call 758-6249 if you have spotted this runaway. A boy without transportation is a sad sight.'. TRI-WARD BIRTHDAY PARTY- Friday, March 15th. Supper - 7 p.m. Program. - 8 p.m. Dance to follow. Everyone welcome. Come and win your Easter Dinner at a Ham & Turkey Bingo on Friday, March 28th at 7 p.m, at tne Spring Coulee Community Hall. Everyone welcome. FOR SALE: Child's Car Seat - 15#-40#. ?25. Phone 758-6455. FOR SALE: Good quality mixed firewood, cut and delivered. Phone 758-6578. Heber & Bertha Christensen are happy to announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Colette to Daniel, son of Gordon & Lillian Taylor of High Prairie. The wedding will take place on June 22, 1985. Mr. ti Mrs. Jerry Leishman have returned home from visiting with relatives in Las Vegas and a holiday in Hawaii. bEFT AT CLINIC: 3 keys on ring, approx­imately 1-2 weeks ago. Claim at Clinic. WANTED: "Rebounder" round Trampoline. 7?hone 7 58-3154 WANTED: Ride to Utah for Conference. Will pay' in U.S. Funds. Phone 758-6209. WANTED: One used power planer (small), ph. 758­3514. B.J. Rasmussen. LADIES CURLING CLUB BONSPIi^ Th« Magrath ladies Curling Club held it’s Annual Bosnpiel from February 27th, to March 3rd, 1985 inclusive. A most enjoyable and successful 3 Event endeavour 1st Event Magrath Trading Company winners were: 1st - D. Rogalsky, Coaldale. 2nd - G. Iuvale, Lethbridge; 3rd - Pat Mikalson, Coaldale; 4th - D. Balderson, Magrath. 2nd Event Arndt Motors winners were: 1st - M. Arndt, Magrath; 2nd - A. Gruninger, Magrath; 3rd - L. Bennett, Magrath; 4th - H. Speelman, Magrath. 3rd Event Sheer's Insurance winners were: 1st - J. Ralph, Magrath; 2nd - D. Schneyder, Magrath; 3rd - 0. Bertie, Taber; 4th - G. Navratil, Magrath. The first local rink out of the Bonspiel was the Vai Tomlinson foursome; the first out-of-town rink out was the June Hood foursome of Lethbridge. The biggest end scored, a 5-ender, went to the J. Hood Rink of Lethbridge. The Hog-A-Rock Bank totalling $53.00 was won by Barb Card. Door prize winner of a trip for two to Calgary sponsored by Time Air and P. Lawson Travel, was won by Marjorie Lloyd of Lethbridge. The Ladies Curling Club wish to thank the Donors for the trophies and prizes donated for the Bonspiel. They also wish to thank the Magrath United Church women for catering to their Friday evening banquet. Pauline Blenner-Hassett, Pres. The Garden City Senior Ciotizens would like to acknowledge some donations to the Memorial fund. In memory of Mike Kosma - donations by: Staff and former staff of the Magrath Hospital; Esther and Floyd Toomer; Wren and Isabell Holladay. In memory of Helen Araki - donations by: The Araki Family; Jime & Irene Ririe: Warren & Winnie Sparks. In memory of Elizabeth James: donations by - Margaret & Blair Sabey, In memory of Reid Chipman - donation by Dorothy Chipman. In memory of Rene Peirens - donation by Ollie Peirens. We wish to thank all the people who have supported this fund. It is through these donations that we are able to maintain the lounge room for the use of bereaved families. Donations may be made for recent or past funerals.* These may be sent to Isabell Holladay, Box 213, Magrath. Thank you again for your help. The family of Sidney & Erma Schow, Jean Bolokoski and brothers Doug, Ray and Leroy and families invite you to celebrate their parents' 50th Anniversary at a Calling Reception for them on March 23rd, 1985, at the L.D.S. Church, 1912 - 10 Ave. S., Lethbridge, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Everyone welcome. No gifts please. Mr. & Mrs. Ray Wakefield of Coronation are visiting with relatives in Magrath. i RACK OF LITTLE GIRLS DRESSES, BABY SETS, SLEEPERS. SWEATER SETS. ETC. (No Returns J Va PRICE! $5.95-37.95 8 to ] 6 Kids' T-SHIRTS Shirts in New Arrivals A nice selection either boys or T for Spring, of styles for elf­girls. 2-3X; 4-6X; À « /* < A-j! LOUNGERS LADIES COTTON DUSTERS Nice and comfortable, make nice "morning” coats In floral printed cotton. ace crim. & • vAvWJ NIGHTGOWNS Ladies Nightgowns in Nylon, Polyester/Cotton. A nice selection of styles and shades. Peignior sets too. SAVE 20% .„z Gloves and Mitts Toques Fall &. Winter Toques, Caps, Cloves &. Mitts in an assort­ment of fabrics, styles and colors. Reduced 20% Off ANKLETS Misses Ankle Socks in the style shown as well as the ankle length with . stripe trim. 7-9J 1 BASKET CLEARING. 2.50-2.95 S Highland Dance Classes for a FEW new students Boys and girls accepted. Marching, R.eels, Sword o.-'.d others taught. limited number taken. Child must be at a_£e^ - _ t will be open next season. Highland Dances, Hornpipe There will least 5 years of the Ceilidh, Friday, March T- BALL Organiozacior xc. underway for T-Ball in Magrath. lys or girls 6-8 years old and born between August 1/76 and August 1/79. W1 y not get year child­ren involved? This league is lots of fun and will run through May and June, probably twice a week _fter For more information or to please call Donna Balderson, or Donna Warnock 758-3096. ends March 31st. school. register 758-3294 Registration LADIES GOLF CLUB MEETING - Tuesday, '-.rch 26th at 7:30 p.m. at the of Alma Whitt. All interested i welcome to attend. : I ome ladies CHINOOK HEALTH UNIT NEWS The Chinook Health 1 . offering Pre-Natal on April 17th, 1985. ,3. 1 to pre-register by u9;35. Phone any ct Thursday to 12 noon je die of Easter i> almost herd Be read, for Easter - select your Easter Grass, Easter Baskets,. Easter Egg Dye, Stuffed Toys, Chenil’O Rabbits & Chicks, O'Henry Cadbury Creme Eggs QUEEN SIZE QUILT BATTS - 90x100 Bonded for easy quilting. Make sure, you have your quilt­ing needs - and a Queen suze Batt. I again begin Wednescay from 8- This REGULAR PRICE $10.95 Unait will Classes to Please phone 758- the end of March, Tuesday, pre-register and from 1 to 4:30 p.m. the only class held before the Septembe'. TENNIS TTPS buying a tennis racquet, buy weight racquet. Also check it isn't too large. too heavy a racquet a handle will encourage When a light the handle to be sur Reason large ELBOW. CURLING 1985, LADIES 12th, Playoff was Rink. CLUB NEWS: On the Annua L Dan Mai won by the Arlene Gruninger MAGRATH & DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Don't forget the Magrath & District Chamber of Commerce Supper Meeting, Wednesday, March 20th at 6:30 p.m the United Church Hall. Tickets $7.00 per person, available from Chamber Executive (Sue Kado, Neil Bourne, Berry Gorham, Wes Balderson, Peter Scott, Gerry Henry, Darlene Bob Wright or Jacquie Bly). , a His is Corporal Clarke Líthbridge R.C.M.P. ? 1 Lar Crime". 3.<S > n 1 Face Ciotas 59e REG. 79i Chopped Foam for filling cushions, toys, etc. lrf oags REGULAR $2.95 Terry Face Cloths in plain shades of Pink, Yellow, Brown, Blue, Beige. January Trophy or too TENNIS any Canalcs MAGRATH CATERING SERVICE - available all your catering needs, large or small. Phone Shirley Edwards, 758-6368. GIFT-SF Gift Seis for in Chantilly, Song, Musk. Also Perfumed that make especially nice gifts. $13.95 to $39.95 Holzworth, The guest speaker member of the topic is "White FOR RENT: Basement Suite, 1^ blocks east of school. 2 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, storage space, clean and private with private driveway. Available April 1st. Phone Shirley Edwards, 758-6368. ANNUAL MEETING 1985, 2 p.m. FOR SALE: One complete set of quality Mechauicf tools, standard & metric, 758-6879. hand & impact. P’-.o WANTED: 1 old wood bu.ning cook stove, reasonable price. Ph. 758-j862, FOR SALE: 2 budgie birds S cage. Ph. 758-637 Ladest thing to n • . :> to yourself is so opinion. FOR RENT: 3 bedroom house, Phone 758-3693. Co* Ordinates JEANS Spring Fashions Jltf SOME LESS THAN 1/2 1 Group Clearing A hard-boiled president of a large department store, while passing through the packing room one day. saw a boy whistling and lounging beside a big shipping crate. The boss asked the boy how much he got a week. ‘‘Twenty-five dollars,” the boy replied. ‘‘Then here’s a week’s pay.” the boss said. ‘ Take it and get out.” When the boy was gone, the boss "arned. to his department head and demanded to know when the boy had been hired. “We didn’t hire him” was the timid reply. “He '. a< just here to pick up a package.” Jackets Vs OH Lovely New Spring Co-Ordinates by "Snazzie". Popular Cotton Pants, Blouses and Walking Shorts - designed or your Spring &. Summer activities. Colors that you are sure to enjoy and that will be easy to co-ordinate. BE SURE TO SEE THESE NEW ARRIVALS FOR SPRING ’85 New Jeans in Misses sizes. Popular "Fancy Ass" with fancy design on back pocket Smartly styled for the Spring of '85. SIZES: 7 to 14. li J* BOYS DRESS PANTS Little Boys’ Dress Pants in Navy and Grey. SIZES: 2 to 3X 4 to 6X JACKETS Little Boys’ Jackets by "Gemini". Navy &. Grey. SIZES: 4 to 95 Coats An Assortment of Coats and ' Be sure to see the new Spring Arrivals in Sweaters and Cardigans. Short sleeve and sleeve­less styles in plain and fancy knits. A good selection of colors that will go nicely \ with your dressy slacks, skirts and suits - ¿.nd sporty ones too - for jeans, shorts, etc. GIRLS’ SLIPS AND CAMISOLES New Lingerie for Misses. Slips and Slip & Camisole Sets. • SIZES: 4 to 6X; 8 to 14 yi See these New Arrivals. r thauk everyone who to make the Evening Lday night, a success, gratitude to the direct-technical crew of the from Cardston, for coming ent att­We would like to helped in any way - _ !. 1 J 1 « - T?,- We extend our ors, casts, and two One-Act plays and presenting this fine evening of - ■’ nment. Thank you to to the Bake those who A special Citizens of those who Sale . came thanks our Communi t-y appreciation: ributed to all plays. Senior for your support. Our sincere The Magrath & Cardston Associatior for the Handicapped. Trading should and all are invited ATTENTION: There w. 11 be a General Meeting of the Magrath & Dist­rict Rural Crime Watch, Wednesday, March 20th at 7:30 p.m. Magrath Company All members meeting people in the Hall, attend this interested to attend. CHURCH HISTORY TOUR: To Kirtland, Ohio; Nauvoo, Washington, D.C.; and much - July 25th to August 7, We will fly from Calgary L.D.S. Missouri, Ill. more 1985. to Toronto and then take a chart­ered bus and see Church History". ian Funds­air fare, bus fare, (as indicated in excursions. Tour Drew Galbraith, Edmonton, AB. (403) 463-6953 L0761-24th Ave. Phone 438-0262. are outstanding tour guides. the "World of $1295.00 Canad-roundtrip meals and are R. Ave. Phone Craig, AB. men includes hotels, brochure) Guides 5957-40 T61 3P6, or John Edmonton, Both these RAYMOND PLAYHOUSE SOCIETY Arsenic & Old Lace" own Evelyn Jensen, School, night. available 3324 for reservations. Doors will close at 8 p.m. 1 7:50 p.m. Carol Dahl featuring Magrath's at the Raymond March 26-30th, 8 p.m. Tickets are $5 each and from Raymond Motors, ALL SEATS High each are 752- RESERV-Please The . with ED. be in your seats by show is produced by Bryce Walton director. THANK YOU: The Magrath Hospital Auxiliary wishes to thank all those who contributed to the annual Alberta Heart Associatior Canvass for funds. amount received was $963.50. missed in donate may the Alberta The total Anyone who the canvass and wishes forward their donation Heart Association. MAGRATH ■want craft, part of and are ittee, meeting: 1985; of DISTRICT FAIR NEWS: If L il & to see the ?air (Baking/Handi-etc. competition) continue as the Magrath July Celebration, willing to serve on this comm­please attend the following DATE: Tuesday, March 19, TIME: 7:30 p.m. PLACE: Home Barbara Brandt, #10 Magrath Place 1-de-sac ) Shirts REGULAR Bathrobes cont- Thanks J Va i you unfortunateuy was to to presents Ready R? Aciib’i Men’s W oar s Joggit , Suits - Pullover in Kan' .roc style with fron+ pockets, hood. Pan s are elastic waist. CO' JRS: Burgandy or Grey. REGIzAR $29.95 Original Jantzen Shirts for Men in assorted plaids. buttons. Machine wash &. dry. Metal snap 100% Cotton. $40.00 Men's B V D T Shirts featuring Turtle neck, long sleeves. Perma-press. blue White, grey, REG 14.95 Brushed Nylon Robes for Men in one size fits all. Wine, Navy. Brown \ beige trim. $39.00 (Fair - continued) If there is not enough response at this mee Fair will be dropped. WANTED TO RENT: Modern 3-4 bedroom home Magrath area. Alstons. 758-3281. Crossrib Roast lade Steak .Meats BEEF . ••• boneless . 4’4 puncheon Meat A. G. 175 g Spareribs P O R K MEATY AM *t/ks Side Bacon OLYMPIC *************************** HOCKEY NEWS 500 _ ******************************************************** g The Magrath Tadpole Hockey tea- m - ha- s yheaadr know- The 5 & 6 skills and Friday Ft. Macleod Scoring for in Picture Butte on the weekend, night che Oilnrs took on the Steelers defeating them 5-2. Magrath were Kevin Strate (3) Marc Heggie and Trevor Dunlop with 1 apiece. Assists went to John Ripley and Jason Ripley with 1 each. John Ripley received a Sportsmanship trophy and Stephen Veale played an excellent game 1H the eat. Saturday noon the Magrath Oilers and Coaldale Flyers faced off with the Oilers coning off with a Scoring for che Oilers ware 5. Vrtfht - ¿«»«n 4 Trevor Dutllop 1 to Hare Heggie “ en tha net gftd Was ship trophy. In tournament Saturday night the Magrath Oilers aftd Picture BUtte went to the ice for an exciting finale with Magrath coming from behind to a 6-5 victory. Oiler goals were scored by Marc Heggie - 3, Ken Wright, Jason Ripley and Kim Dalton each with 1 goal. Marc Heggie received the sportsmanship trophy. The parents and grandparents their support means a great players. Arnie for handling the al Sb the «□>£ the in Bob Wright, and John Ferguson d”’ ‘ :r. -wir Hockey Association and for arranging arena and the for ice outoide the time ice thank xown at here team has won all year •xeept fot of 3KÏ Tadpole hockey so far thi s ding »curers were Bryce Strate a very successful season, olds improved their hockey ledge and had a lot of fun. We would like to thank " ~ -'jck - - «A■ o Magrath Magrath Raymond Magrath. The •xir games Le. The 1«« _ . j Kinn Weatberelt with Matt Johnson helping :. Chad Skretting played very well as goal The players include* Matt Johnson, Skrett- HarrlS, *2, Veale played .ender. _ -Inn Weathëfàlt, Tyler Ferguson, mstin Godionton, Loren McKelvey, Chad ng, Todd Brandléÿ, Tommy L4e. Chad om Thomson and Michael Heggie. we thank all of those people ■ th making the 'fadpole hockey »«cTl uccess. We thank the parents fôr sure that the boys were dressed in their hockey equipment and delivered to practices and games. We will need a good new group of 5 & 6 year olds for next year and we look ■ forward to a lot of good hockey for them all at that time. MITES HOCKEY: The Mites played a final exhib­ition game against Lethbridge Busters scoring an 8-4 victory. Bartley Harris was the out­standing scoring leader with 5 goals. Danny Balderson and Brent Boaurne each added one goal. David Taylor had 2 assists, Chad Miller, Jamie Godionton and Dustin Miller each had 1 assist. League Playoffs begin on Friday in Picture Buute at 7:20 p.m. Come out to cheer the team on. We're in the A Divis­ion and will need lots of support. BEHIND THE NET’. Defenceman Gavin Warnock game of the season - seems got him.mother Donna frust-ha” ing to miss the game.lots seen the concern e great wrking hissing his first ^he chicken pox • had too, about i blue jackets lots more once _ der MAGRATH OILERS________________________ ■ 'KEY TOURNAMENT^_Magrath Oilers made it in hockey play at the "Beet Dome" around supplier town - will be completes the WIN PICTURE BUTTE SQUIRTS 12-1 victory. Marc Haggle -5« Kttl - 3» Kevin Strate goal each« Assists went Ravin Steph-another very good game also awarded a aportsman-the final game of the the for It Magrath Oilers with to thank friends games. young hockey at the deal to and hockey these The Elmer inform their death family their friends of brother Glen Deglow of occurred Tuesday, Deglow would like the passing Vulcan March 5th to of whose at the age of 64 years. His surviving brothers are Donald, Harold, Lester and Ken. Surviving sisters are Norma Arnold, Gladys’ Scott, Grace Powles-; land, Vera Wasson, Bev-predeceased by 2 A graveside service was held Frrd , Ruth He was & Nanna brother Hillmer, Hazel Rasmussen Nelson, Marge Arndt, his parents Elmer Deglow, sisters Joyce & Edna, 1 Ernest. of Bassa to announ 8 1 Rohleder are happy Gregory Arthur, & Mrs. Tom (formerly of Magrath) the birth of a son, born March 5, 1985. Mr. Castle’s Quik CHOCOLATE 1 kg. .379 ■ranola Bars CHEWY' QUAKER 225 g Lard TENDERFLAKE 454 g Puddings SPONGE NONARCH 9 oz 2/1” Tomatoes AYLMER 540 ml. . 79c ¿ÍAPLÉ UEAF ?iakes of Ham MAPLE LEAF 6.6 oz. Quaker Oats Navel Oranges J U M ÌJ 0 . kg Ie® POTATOES L)# bags. Delicious Apples RED OR GOLDEN .Kg NECTARINES CHILEAN.