Magrath Store News (July 25, 1991)

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 COMPANY STORE NEWS PHONES: OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOODS 758-3252 HAREWARE DEPT. 758-3065 UPSTAIRS &...

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Published: J. A. Ririe 1991
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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 COMPANY STORE NEWS PHONES: OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOODS 758-3252 HAREWARE DEPT. 758-3065 UPSTAIRS & STORE NEWS 758-6377 STORE HOURS: Monday, Tuesday,’Wednesday, Thursday, rrraay, Saturday .a a.m. to a p.m. Thursday, July 25, . .MAGRATH, ALBERTA ************************************************************************************************* LADIES WEAR DEPARTMENT ************************************************************************ ’ & ************************* A • O 0 A A zz 0 FRIDAY, JULY 26,1991 tr p *» . • . * ^SORTED BLOUSES 4 4 O o • . a FANTASTIC SAVINGS! * SALE EXCLUDES SOCKS, NYLONS, UNDERWEAR, BRAS, AND MAGRATH T-SHIRTS. . a a • . ' wr- FABRICS • ( I BROADCLOTH POLYESTER/COTTON 45" WIDE IN A WIDE ARRAY OF COLOURS TO CHOOSE FROM. SUMMER READING PROGRAM AT THE LIBRARY— It's not too late to register. Grades 3 and 4 are leading the contest right now for the most books read. Get all your friends from your grade to come read good books over the summer and win the contest! Todd and Janice Francis are pleased to announce the safe arrival of Colton Todd on July 13th. Proud grandparents are Garth and Charlotte Veale and Douglas and Dorothy Francis. Equally proud is Great-Grandma Mabel Schmunk and Great-Grandpa Bill Veale. BRUSHED NYLON WE'VE JUST RECEIVED NYLON. 108" WIDE. PRICED AT. NEW PINK BRUSHED MAGRATH BALL HOCKEY We have concluded our season two weeks early. Thank you to all who registered and came out to play. Some fees are still outstanding. If you registered and came out to play (even once) you were used in calculating how much it would cost so PLEASE PAY UP! Contact Donna WArnock so our bill to the town can be paid. BALL HOCKEY 1992/ We will start earlier next year and not go into July - so if you missed out this year - keep it in mind for next year. NEW ARRIVALS IN ADORABLE TEDDY BEAR PRINTS. Baby Panels LIONS GIANT PANCAKE BREAKFAST SATURDAY, JULY 27 6:30 - 9:30 a.m. Hot cakes, eggs, sausage, hash browns, milk, punch, coffee. ADULTS - $3 KIDS - $2 KIDS UNDER 6 - FREE. ALL YOU CAN EAT! (G.S.T. included) FOR SALE: 3.4 acre lot, serviced, can be sub­divided. Across from Trailer Court. Phone 8-6232. NOTICE: Whoever borrowed the Fridge Cart that belongs to the Magrath Co-op PLEASE RETURN IT! Thank you. We would like to thank friends and family for the help and support we received for Kari and Roger's wedding reception. We appreciate all of you. Glen & Charlotte Fletcher Errol & Lorraine Tewson Roger & Kari Tewson FOR SALE: Auger 4" drill fill complete with 12 volt motor- $100 O.B.O., Cement mixer 1.2 C.F. complete with electric motor- $250 O.B.O., Wheel barrow-large industrial size- $75. Phone 758-3756. MAGRATH CELEBRATION, July 27th, 1991 Come join the fun at the Magrath Pool starting at 1:00 p.m. Activities include Diving Competitions, Belly Flop Conpetitions, Family Races, and games for kids. Come sign up at the Magrath Swimming Pool. LEISTERS ACADEMY OF HEARING will be at the Magrath Medical Clinic Che first Tuesday of each month from 9:00 a.m. to 12 noon; 1:30 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. For appointments call 329-6246 or 8-3355. The Southchief Triple A (10 yr. old) All Star baseball team recently participated in the Prarie Provincial Baseball Championships in Edmonton. Although missing a few key players they still did well winning two games and losing two. They beat Edmonton Millwoods and Fort McMurray and lost to Calgary Bowridge and North Regina. Congratulations to Matt Alston, Josh Alston, Casey Christensen, Darren Balderson, Joey Zsomber, Tanner Godionton, and coach Wes Balderson who were the members of the team from Magrath. FOR SALE:Queen size waterbed. 758-6335. FOR SALE: One quarter horse mare almost two years old. $600.00. Call 758-6807. HIVKR TRAii. SOUVENIRS WE HAVE PENS, FLAGS, SPOONS ETC. JUST IN .TIME FOR THE MAGRATH CELEBRATION. S' ' ■ - M. -L «- ri r--rr-wrmtL. ===a • • \;v ■ 5 LUNCH BU&HET 7.6 litre size with built-in drink hold­er on tight fitting lid. Refreezable ice pack incl. 6451038-1 : ' - & ' . • 1?. >>- K-'. Vi |hSrt SSNCHMAitK TOOL Made of tough, moulded plastic that will not crack, dent or rust. Rain tight lid with recessed handle and padlock tab. 17’ x 6" x 7” with convenient liftout tray. 1112W334-2 SPECIAL BUY WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF LAWN MOWERS & SPECIAL BUYS ON HOSES, SPRINKLERS, AND NOZZLES. JULY CELEBRATION - PLANNING FOR OUR FUTURE July 25, 26, & 27 THURSDAY, JULY 25, 1991 6:00 p.m. - Softball Tournament - Bill Alston 6:00 - 8:00 p.m. - Arena open for display set-up - Gladys Larson FRIDAY, JULY 26, 1991 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon - Arena open for display set-up 6:00 p.m. - Softball Tournament 7:00 - 9:30 - Arena open for public viewing of displays 9:00 - 12 midnight - Street Dance at the firehall - Craig Bennett SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1991 Lions Pancake Breakfast-time to be announced 9:00 - Bicycle Road Race - DeVar Dahl (Numbers to be picked up by 8:30 a.m. at the Treasury Branch) 9:00 - Baby Contest -Trina Kerr, Trisha Henderson, Cynthia Bourne - Downstairs in the Arena 9:30 - Judging starts for parade 11:00 - Parade begins from school - Neal Miller, Wayne Harris AFTER THE PARADE Luncheon served at the Arena -Magrath 4th Scouts 12:30 - Pool events - Grethe Anderson and Pool Staff 12:30 - 5:00 - Arena open for public viewing of displays 1:30 - Kids races at the track - Burns Alston 2:30 - Softball tournament 9:00 - Teen Dance by Arena 10:30 - Fireworks at Town Park (Ball diamonds) SATURDAY CELEBRATION PARADE FLOATS: Family Floats - $100, $60, $40 Commercial Floats - $100, $60, $40 Fraternal Floats - $100, $60, $40 Club Floats - $100, $60, $40 Best Decorated Car - $50, $30, $20 Novelty Section - Humorous - $50, $30, $20 Motorized - $50, $30, $20 CHILDREN'S SECTION Best decorated tricycle & child - $6, $4, $2 Best decorated bicycle & child - $6, $4, $2 Best decorated child - $6, $4, $2 Best decorated group of two - $10, $8, $6 Best decorated family - $15, $10, $5 Novelty - $6, $4, $2 ALL CHILDREN IN THIS CATEGORY WILL RECEIVE $1 HORSES Best male rider & horse - $25, $15, $10 Best female rider & horse - $25, $15, $10 Best Couple - $25, $25, $10 Best Horse Drawn - $25, $15, $1Q Best Family - $25, $15, $10 Novelty - $25, $15, $10 ALL FLOATS AND HORSES MEET IN FRONT OF THE HIGH SCHOOL AT 9:30 A.M. FOR JUDGING. ALL CHILDREN MEET IN FRONT OF CAROL RAASCH'S FOR JUDGING (1 block north of the Bank of Montreal) AT 9:30 A.M. NOTICE: Industrious young man willing to do odd jobs, yard work, babysitting, etc. Contact Josh at 758-6237. ATTENTION- TWINS/PARENTS OF TWINS: There's going to be a TWINS FLOAT in the Magrath Parade. We'd love to have your twin/twins (regardless of age and regardless of whether or not both twins can attend) be involved. If the twin/twins either live in Magrath or have roots here, please let us know so that their names can be painted on our banner, Contact Janet Hunt at 758-6358, Doris Gruninger at 758-6237, or Ireta Balderson at 758-6392. A mission farewell for Clint Heath will be held this coming Sunday, July 28th at 11:00 a.m. in the Magrath Stake Center. That afternoon from 5-7 p.m. there will be an Open House at the Heath home (262 Harker Ave. East). All his friends, former teachers, etc. are invited to attend. Elder Heath has been called to the France Marseille Mission and is to report to the MTC in Provo on July 31st. A lovely calling shower was held for Bride Elect Miss Kari.Ann Fletcher on June 27th at the home of her aunt, Janet Jubber in Lethbridge. Kari received many lovely gifts for which she generously thanked her guests. Janet Jubber and Joan Zobell were hostesses. Nyalene and Craig Morrison and family from Snohomise, Washington were here to attend the wedding of Kari Fletcher and Roger Tewson and were guests at the home of her parents Nyal and Freda Fletcher. Allen and Elaine Fletcher and family from Calgary attended the wedding on July 6th. They were guests of her parents Lyman andM.ildred Hardy of Stirling. Janet and Vernon Jubber and family of Lethbridge also attended the wedding on July 6th. Watch for the Amalgamated Beverages Suzuki Sidekick in front of the Magrath Trading Company some time Friday, July 26. FOR SALE: 1985 Plymouth Voyageur mini van, 7 passenger, air, cruise, cassette, 85,000 km, very good condition. Call 758-3603. Magrath Little League will be opening the batting cage Friday, July 26 from 6-9 p.m. and Saturday, July 27 from 3-6 p.m. 20 balls for $1.00. Come test your skill! FOR SALE: 18 ton alfalfa and grass hay. Phone 758-3278.Soft Margarine u F-907 . I89 FRENCH FRIES Green Giant Vegetables frozen 750 g - 1 kg. ICE CREAM W.F. DELUXE 4 L *************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************** The Magrath Public Library has recently received tihree beautiful nature books by the Canadian Naturalist Robert Bateman: An Artist in Nature donated in memory of George Ponamar from Doreen, Burns, and Wade Alston. The Art of Robert Bateman and The World of Robert Bateman, donated in memory of James E. Blumell from some of his students: Doreen Harker Alston, Ruth Leishman Johnson, Lucille Matkin Blaxall, James Blaxall, Barbara Lamb Clark, LaVerne Harris Foote, Lovina Keeler Frodsham, Tess Gull Gruninger, Arlene Passey Lowry, Nola Matkin Madge, Dawn Robinson McMahon, Shirley Clarke Neilson, and Gloria Harker Alston. Also received in memory of James E. Blumell: Best Loved Poems of the American People from Norman & Melva Christensen, Kay and Shirley Neilson. We appreciate these additions to our collection. SENIORS NEWS On July 27th the Seniors' Centre will be holding an Open House from 9:00 a.m. to noon for anyone interested in viewing our building. Seniors keep in mind: On July 31st a lunch will be served at 6:00 p.m. There will also be a luncheon on August 14th and on Friday, August 30th. The Seniors are again planning their Annual Carnival for the 3rd Friday in September - September 20th. So start now collecting your White Elephants and making some crafts. FOR SALE: Waterbed (Queen Size) $125 everything included. Call 758-6602. WANTED: Occasional babysitter for a three month old and a 2^ year old. Babysitter must be 15 or older. Phone 758-6602. The Southchief (Raymond, Magrath, and Cardston) Triple A (10 year old) All Star Team are heading to the Provincial Champion­ships August 19 - 22 in Edmonton. Competing against Fort Macleod and two Lethbridge teams, Southchief breezed through the round robin portion of the playoffs with a 5 win, 1 loss record but lost the Championship game to Lethbridge Norcrest. Team members from Magrath are Joey Zsomber, Casey Christensen, Dustin Rarick, Matt Alston, Josh Alston, Darren Balderson, and Tanner Godionton. Coaches are Wes Balderson and Ward Lund (Raymond). WANTED: Someone to mow our lawn (Must have own lawn mower) Call 758-6602. TRANSFER STATION: The Transfer Station will be closed on Saturday, July 27th due to the Town Celebration. The dump will be open instead on Friday, July 26th from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The Magrath and District Ambulance service will be selling S.T.A.R.S. caps, shirts, mugs, pins, pens, etc. at the Magrath Celebration Days. Come out and purchase some top quality merchandise and support a very worthwhile and essential service. All money raised goes directly to S.T.A.R.S. For more information call Ken Hoibak at 758-6523. FRESH PRODUCE Cherries. 2-" u> 6.58 ks SEEDLESS GRAPES ™ ™ I09 - 2.40 k8 Long English Cucumbers POTATOES 51b. MUSHROOMS MONEYS 2.25 g 1Q9ea 1I 49 ea 149 ■ ea ***********************************************************************************************************************************************Ì*Ì*ÌÌ*Ì*ÌÌ*Ì*ÌÌ********Ì******£*** M.D. of Cardston No. 6 A.S.B. Soil and Water Conservation 1991 Photo Contest_______________ _ All residents of the M.D. of Cardston No. 6 are invited to enter the amateur photo contest sponsered by the M.D. of Cardston No. 6 A.S.B. The contest is open only to residents of the M.D. of Cardston No. 6. Subject Topic: Soil and Water Conservation. Details and entry forms available from the Soils Conservation Technician at the M.D. Office and selected photographic outlets within the M.D. of Cardston. For more information please call the Soils Conserv­ation Technician at 653-4977 or 328-4062. FOR SALE: Tractor front end loader. Needs work. 758—6802. first $100 Takes it. HOMEMAKER: A part-time position for a homemaker is available with the Home Care Division of the Chinook Health Unit in the Magrath Office. QUALIFICATIONS: -interest in working with elderly & handicapped —excellent homemaking skills -valid drivers license —prepared to do personal care Please pick up applications from the Health Unit Office or from Lydia Brunner. Position stays open until suitable applicant is found. M.D. of Cardston No. 6 A.S.B. Soil and Water Conservation Tour - Wednesday, August 14 --- You are invited to attend the M.D. of Cardston No. 6 Soil and Water Conservation Tour, hosted by the M.D. of Cardston No. 6 A.S.B. Please meet at the D.A.'s Office in Cardston at 8:00 p.m. Highlights: Barley variety plot demonstration, reclaimation of eroded hilltops, water drop structure demo, forages suitable for planting in eroded areas, scalp plot demo, and amendments applicable for eroded areas. Pre-register by calling Ian at 653-4977 or 328-4062 on or before August 7, 1991. Registration fee is $5.00. Check at the library for details of a super Space Hunt activity coming up August 7 from 10 - 11 a.m. for ages 3-12. Visiting aliens may be present. A baby boy was born to Margie and Paul Schoepp on Thursday, July 18th. His name is Jared Steven Schoepp and he weighed 9 lbs. 15 oz. HOMEMAKER: A part-time position for a homemaker is available with the Home Care Division in our Magrath Office to work in the Del Bonita area. QUALIFICATIONS: -interest in working with elderly and handicapped —excellent homemaking skills -valid drivers license -prepared to do personal care Please pick up application from the Health Unit Office or from Lydia Brunner. Position stays open until suitable applicant is found. MINI MART: Just a reminder to bring all your handicrafts and artwork which you would like to display or sell to the Arena on Friday, July 26 from 3-5 p.m. It will be open to the public Friday, July 26, 6-9 p.m. and Saturday, July 27 11-6 p.m. Please pick up your own items at 6:00 p.m. Thanks! For more information contact Elizabeth Olsen at 758-3156 or Joanne Wocknitz at 758-6295. RASPBERRIES FOR SALE: Phone 758-3527. SUPERB QUALITY MEATS 2« Perk Loin Chops RIB or TENDER LOIN END 199 439 I lb “ kg Ham MAYFAIR 375g 2?9 Ea Sliced Meats OLYMPIC 175g 179 Ea Wieners OLYMPIC 450g Ea 159 BACON iii^i^iiîi^i$********************************************************************************* MAYFAIR 500g Ea COKE PRODUCTS 1 LITRE.PLUS G.S.T AND DEPOSIT .75 PEPSI PRODUCTS 2 LITRE.PLUS G.S.T. AND DEPOSIT. 1.49 NOTICE: Library Story hour is still con­tinuing over the summer from 10 - 11 a.m. every Wednesday morning at the Arena - east door. Ages 3-6 are welcome - must buy a library card. Come and enjoy the fun summer activities. CLASS OF '61: Yes -it's been 30 years! Meet at 6:00 p.m. at the Seniors' Centre Friday, July 26th to get re-acquainted. We'll have dinner at 7:00 p.m. We need to know soon if you're coming. Call Calee at 758-6393 or Carol at 758-6345 for cost or more information. Magrath General Hospital is taking applications for two casual housekeeping attendants. One position to commence August 17th and the second position to commence September 1st. Applicants should be neat, conscientious, able to work well with other staff and with patients. Previous experience an asset. Please apply in writing by July 31st to: The Personnel Department Magrath General Hospital Box 550 Magrath, AB TOK 1J0 The Garden City Seniors will be selling tickets on our beautiful red and white tricot bedspread at the Seniors' Centre during the day of the Magrath Celebration, July 27th. Come see the Centre and visit during the festivities. ATTENTION MTM CUSTOMERS: We'll be hauling garbage Friday the 26th instead of Satuday the 27th for this week only because of the Magrath Celebration. SENIOR TRAVELLERS: We will be staying home for a while. The next outing will be Saturday, August 24th - a day trip to Waterton Park. We will leave here about noon - spend the afternoon at Waterton and then go to Ben Olson's for a delicious barbequed beef supper and entertainment. The cost will be $18 each. We are letting you know well in advance so you can make your plans early. To make a reservation phone Wallace at 758-3207, Doreen at 758-3218, Hazel at 758-3548, or Irene at 758-3456. LOST: $50 (2 20's and 1 10) on Friday, July 12, between the Bank and Post Office. Please 758-6837. Reward offered. FOR SALE: Apple IIC Computer. 2 disk drives, colour moniter, printer, tons of software. Call 658-3631. NOTICE: 10% off all dog grooming until the end of July. Limited to small and medium dogs only. Phone Yvonne at 758-3568 anytime.Yogurt LEGEND 175 g BBQ Sauce HEINZ 455 mL JAM i W.F. 375 mL Coffee MJB 300 g 199 Tomato Soup CAMPBELL 284 mL 2799e VeiOtlMe Soup OR cream of mushroom, chicken noodle.CAMPBELL 284 mL 2il49 PINEAPPLE - s o. 99e Tuna W.F. SOLID 156 g 2« KOOL AID Cookies CHRISTIE RAINBOW CHIPS AHOY 400 g 2* Crackers CHRISTIE.VEGETABLE THINS, SMISS CHEESE, CHEESE RITZ 250 g 229 Pasta CATELLI 500 g 89e Lavndry Detorgoat uura iide or oxydol 4 L £59 DISHWASHER DETERGENT cascade FABRIC SOFTENER DOWNEY 35 pk 399 GARBAGE BAGS GLAD 10 pk Hi Dri Paper Towels ^bx 2 79