Magrath Store News (May 30, 1974)

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. PHONES: OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOODS 758-3252 HARDWARE 758-3065 STORE HOURS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY St SATURD...

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Published: J. A. Ririe 1974
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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. PHONES: OFFICE 758-3033 GROCERIES 758-3535 DRY GOODS 758-3252 HARDWARE 758-3065 STORE HOURS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY St SATURDAY.8 A.M. to 6 PJÍ. WEDNESDAY . 8 A.M. to 1 P.M. .». THURSDAY, MAY 30th, 1974 .JÎAGRATH, ALBERTA. UPSTAIRS DEPT. PRICED FRCM •••••••••••• PRICED FROM JACKETS PRICED AT . unii SWEATER BASKET ONLY DON'T MISS THIS BaSKET SPECIAL. VALUES UP TO Your Choice . > 1/2 One and Two Piece Pant Suits especially designed to ensure happy hours of wearing. Easy-te-car^-fer fabrics in Fortrels, Polyesters, Knits PANT TOPS Ladies Pant Tops in ever so many becoming patterns, styles and colors. Co-ordinate nicely with Fertrel Slacks, etc. New "Pell1’ English Sandals in soft white leather. 6o comfort­able to wear. y95 New Arrivals in Spring Shoes styles in Misses and Ladies Included are Grefe Smartly styled Spring and Summer Jackets for Miss and Madam. Nylon Sheens, Wool Plaids, Leather-like "Nappa-hide" in a choice of colors. You are sure to find cne to your liking. FROM . iy up I Is £ -E gI New Footwear. Hush Puppies as well as smart casuals and dress shoes. A number of new Stumer Sandals in White and colors PRICE MAGRATH TRADING COMPANY LTD. MEN'S BOYS' WEAR Men’s Fortrel knit Pants n Checks or Plaidso Background colors of Navy or Brown, REG, $19.95 Qeans "Kappie" Navy Denim Jeans, full cut in true Western fashion REGc $10,95 ( NO RETURNS) SWIM TRUNKS Men’s and Boys Swim Trunks in popular r L^les- Fabrics include Knits and Stretch Nylon PRICED FROM „., UllllillUHtlllllHIUlUiniHIIIIUtlUtlllllttlUIIIIIIUIlUinillllKltllllUlHIIII 395to 995 2" New Summer T Shirts by­Stanfields , Bo ' 7 Shirts Pep Shirts in cotton with fleece Vning. Mon’s Stanfielc Turtle Neck T Shirts with long sleeveso ODDS N ENDS 1 COUNTER OF T SHIRTS, SHIRTS, PANTS, SLOES (y ou name it. .you’ll probably find it on this table) 1/2 PRICE . *«••»»»/f «IF M f <**» M >. Friends were sorry to hear of the death of a former Del Bonita resident, Mrs. Maud Simpson, beloved wife of Clare C. Simpson of Lethbridge. Born in Calgary where she received her education, she moved to Lethbridge j following her marriage, then in 1956 to I Del Bonita where Mr. Simpson was employed ! by Canadian Customs. In June 19&9 they I returned to Lethbridge where she had | resided until her sudden passing on Thurs— [ day, May 23rd at the age of 63 years. She is survived by her husband, | two sons Robert of Grande Prairie, John | of Lethbridge and one daughter Mrs. B.F. (Barbara) McFadden of Lethbridge and 1 two grandchildren. Funeral services were held Monday, i May 27th in St. Augustine’s Anglican Church with interment in Mountain View Cemetery. • ••••• DEL BONITA 4 H Beef CLUB NEWS The monthly meeting of the Del Bonita 4 H Beef Club was held May 10th at t he home of Ray Powlesland. The meeting was in the form of a judging meeting. Before the judging, club members wrote a Club Quiz. The club judged two classes of yearling bulls and one class ef yearling heifers. After judging the club went into Mr. Powlesland’s basement and held a short meeting. Darrel Koskewich brought the meeting to order and Kathy Barnett led the pledge. Business, old and new, comm­enced. Doreen Jones adjourned the meet­ing and "God Save the Queen" was sung. After the meeting the ladies served a del­icious supper. The 4 H Club would like to thank everybody who helped in any way to make the two judging meetings enjoyable and interesting. Club Reporter Dianne Koskewich. •••••• NOTICE: St. Joseph’s C.W.L. will meet Tuesday, June 4th at 7:30 P.M. at the home of Mrs. Mary Bevers. Mass and the regular monthly meeting will be held. NOTICE: Magrath U.C.W. will meet Monday, June 3rd at the home of Mrs. Grace Toomer at 7:30 P.M. FOR SALE: Simpson Sears soft top Tent Trailer in good condition. Sleeps 4, complete with 4 foam rubber mattresses* Ph. 758-3022 from 8 A.M. to $ P.M. 758-3207 after 6 P.M. WANTED: Wooden Butter Churn. Also basket Milk Strainer. Ph. 758-3119» Deana Sabey FOR SALE: 1 purebred male Samoyed pup, 8 weeks old, not registered. $25.00. Lisa Thomson, Ph. 758-3209. TO GIVE AWAY: Three lg month eld kittens. Contact Mr. Sparks. MAGRATH TRADING COMPANY LTD. GARDEN SEEDS ♦ • • • • • Some Garden Seeds are in SEED TREATMENT Wd have a good stock of VITAFLO Seed Treat­ment, _ _ l short supplyo Why not buy part'of next year’s requirements nbw before they are gathered up, Rumor is that prices will be higher 'next year. ,WE E D - N 0~ N 0 R-K Weed-No-More contains 2 4 D — kills Dandelion, Leaf Weeds in Lawns, 999 OZ r. ( Bread 32 LINDASAN DRILL BOX TREAT: TENT - for Mustard and Rape, $2,99 can. WEED KILLERS A good Stock of ESTIMINE MCPA AND ESTIMINE 24D non volatile WEED KILLER, • • 4 • C BARBED WIRE YOU WILL FIND A GOOD STOCK OF SINGLE STRAND BARBED WIRE. Please Note: Prices will be up on our next shipment of Barbed Wire. KILL E X "Hard To Kill Lawn Piantalo 16 03o- Specially formulated for Weeds" - Dandelion, unwanted Clover, Chickweeft, etc, _ s OZ. - |49 •• I i.WEED. N:. FEED If your lawn is covered with Dandelions ¿and your neighbors isn't - he has probably | been using WEED N’ FEED - and qq = jou havent. Better try it» 5000 sd, ft, coverage,,.YD ¿Rain Qauges . Tapered style Rain Gauges, easy to read. Two styles. 295 s. 369 GLASS TUBE STYLE.RAIN GAUGES . .95C If you. are experiencing leaky rooves or Eaves Troughs from our recent rains, try INSTANT PATCH. qt. gal. ■ *•••• J\(ew shipment o/ bedding ^Plants has arrived. 90MPRESSED AIR ^PRAYERS - plastic/nylon, Use for 2_4D and other chemicals. Will not rust, 1 gal, $11,95 HOSE- SPRAYER for 24d. oil large .areas, $1,19 -S U N B E A M Single blade Sunbeam Electric lawn Mower complete with bag. CYCLONE SEEDERS For seeding Grass, F ortilizer, et c -, ONLY $3.95 . COMPARE OUR PRICES ON PUMPS & PRESSURE I SYSTEMS, GLASS LINED TANKS & HYDRO CELLS, i DEEP 'WELL & SHALLOW WELL KITS, EXTRA MOTORS. The May meeting of the Magrath Hospital i Auxiliary was held in the Nurses Lounge I of the Hospital with Pres, Irene Gruninger | calling the meeting to order followed by i the reading of the Hospital Auxiliary =. prayer. Minutes were read and approved. I Treasurer’s report showed a bank balance of $70.67« On a motion by Ireta Matkin ' i and Nettie Hillmer, it was decided to f purchase small petted plants for each 1 mother in the hospital on Mother’s Day, 1 Final plans for the Tea and Bake Sale | were discussed. Following the adjournment of the’meet-f ing by Nettie Hillmer, lunch was served e by Maxine Kraft. e • « e 0 Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilbraham of Wetaska- | win renewed aquaintances in Magrath dur-l ing the past week, guests of Mr. and | Mrs, Leonard Whitt, MAGRATH TRADING COMPANY LTD. MEN'S-BOYS' WEAR THANK YOU: Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Nelson would like to thank the doctors and nurses for the care given him the 6 weeks while a patient in hospital. To the many friend? Men’s Knit Shirts in plain for flowers, cards and visits while he was there, also the many for their kindness in providing transportation to hospital for Mary and so many acts of good deeds, they will never forget these wonderful things . KNITS 95 0 N L Y REG, $12.00 & $13.00 WESTERN Men’s G.W.G, Western style Work Shirts, western cut yoke and pocket, regular button front. Red or Blue Wash and wear, SIZES: S. M. L, shades of Navy, Brown, or handsomely striped in hack­ground colors of Green Navy or Brown« CARD OF THANKS: On behalf of our family, we would like to express our sincere thanks to all those who gave so un­selfishly of their time t« arrange and attend the fun­eral of the late Margaret Anderson, a dear mother and beloved grandmother (nee Margaret McAdam), To the Alstons for the lovely service, to those who offered prayers, to the pallbearers, the choir and those who sent flowers, cards and donations of money, and to all the wonderful people who paid their last respects, Thank you, it was deeply appreciated. Tom & Ouida McAdam & Family, Roger & Dixie McAdam, Tim & Sandra Bradley & Family Bill & Maureen Matson & Family. ■ 1 ’ •» '«fl LEATHER SANDALS Men’s Brown Leather Summer Sandals, Sturdy construction, Neollt» sole Made in Italy THANK YOU: Sincere thanks to all those who helped with the Hospital Auxiliary Florence Nightengale Tea and helped to make it such a huge success. Winner of the quilt was Mrs. Fem Coc the decorated cake was won by Mrs. Isabelle Hol 1-i day and the dollies were won by Mrs. Irene Gruninger. WANTED: Small tricycle, also child’s wagon. .Harriet Strate, Ph. 758-6684, NOTICE - to all Couples dancing in the Floor Show (Round Dance) for the July Celebrations, practises are in the Little Qym each Thursday night ccmmenc-ing at 7:30 P.M, Please be on time, Alice Stevenson. Donald Hamilton has returned home from France where he served a two year Mission fvr the Magrath L.D.S. Church. He is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Jay Hamilton. Shane Gurney is home from Italy where he served a two year mission Sor the Magrath L.D.S, Church. He is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Emery Gurney. BOYS’, YOUTHS’ AND MEN'S RUNNERS IN REGULAR SUMMER WEIGHT CANVAS. ASSORTED STYLES IN WHITE, RED, BIACK, NAVY. BREAK RECORDS WITH A SMART PAIR OF RUNNERS FOR PLAY, FOR TRACK, FOR CASUAL WEAR, 20 895 HUSH PUPPIES MEN’S HUSH PUPPIE TIE OXFORDS #214- & #536 I REGULAR $15.95 |295 I „.ftrtH. ihi MAGRATH TRADING COMP/.NY LTD DRY GOODS DEPT. SAVE NOW I Our entire stock of of Fabrics (not in­cluding Tricot) is reduced to clear this weekendo Included are Cotton Prints, Perma—Press Prints & Broadcloths, Suitings, etc,, PURSES I Shoulder style Purses in leather | like Vinyl, Black, Brown, | Navy, Redn regular $6 „95 SiiiHhunuuHiuiHUituuitmhiHHHnmimutnbnuiuuiiuuuinHimmuuKiiiiuiHiHhHiHiiuitiHHni PANTY CT 5 95 . . IltlHIiHIHIIIIIIHIIHHfuillllllllHlIIIIIIIHIU'llllllllDIfllllllllllllHlII. I MATTRESS COVERS I | .WILT KRaFT MATTRESS COVERS - double bed I I size 54x74, The annual Magrath High School Grad­uation will be held Friday, May 31st at 8 PJT. in the Magrath Big Gym, Dance to follow* Everyone is invited to attend, Mr® and Mrs. Dennis Dahl and Miss Ireta Dahl of Edmonton were visitors during the weekend at the home of their parents Dr. and Mrs» Mark Dahl. Ireta is holidaying from University Hospital where she is training«. The Magrath Golf and Country Club held the Opening Social Friday afternoon. Some Thirty two men and women took part in an eight—ball foursome followed by a barbecue. Winners in the golf were: Low hole score (No. 9) Jim McLean and Muriel Atkinson of Lethbridge$ High Hole Score (No. 6) Maxine Kraft and Frank Navratil, Low Gross Winners - Winnie Ehlert and Mike Douglas. Miss Joanne Ririe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Shelton Ririe, represented the Cardston School Division at the Provincial Speech Arts competitions for 12 years and under at Banff during the past weekend and placed second in her class. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ripley of Spring Coulee are receiving congratula­tions on the birth of a daughter bom May 18th in the Magrath Municipal Hospital- Proud grandparents are Mr, and Mrs, Joe Gibb of Magrath and Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Ripley of Spring Coulee. Mr. and Mrs. Alva J, Clark of Provo, Utah have been visiting relatives and friends in Magrath and district. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Gibb of Salt Lake City, Utah have been visiting relatives in Magrath and district, guests of Mr, Bert Gibb. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Sparks have as their guests his parents Mr. and Mrs, Sparks of Fort Saskatchewan. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Mertz and family are visiting their parents Mr. and Mrs, Pingree Tanner in Magrath and Mr. and Mrs. Mertz in Stirling. George and Starr Shanks of Medicine Hat are pleased tc announce the birth of their son, Gjordae Allyn, a brother for Talya and Kyla. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Bondy and Mrs. Isabelle Shanks. IVNING BOARD COVERS, teflon, REGULAR 980 each .,r880 It’s fine to use friendship as a draw­ing account, if you don’t forget to make the deposits. MAGRATH TRADING COMPANY LTD. u BEDSPREADS DRY GOODS DEPT Girls, Misses and Ladies Swim Suits in one two piece styles, fabrics including and stretch nylon. Shop early for your Swim Suit, you'll find a style that suits you, ASSORTED SIZES and Popular knits 295to IO95 100$ Cotton Spreads in a host of assort­ed colored stripes. <-95 REGULAR $10.95 . .6 HCME MAKERS BE SURE TO SEE THE NEW TERRY POT HOLDERS IN ASSORTED DESIGNS AND COLORS. Regular 490 ea. 2 for 890 Ladies 100$ Polyester Knits Slacks in plain shades of Brown, Navy, Black. REG. $9.95 O TOPS Misses Polyester Knit Tops with long sleeves, collar, button front0 Assorted designs and colors including Blue, Green, Yellow, Orange. REG, $9.95 NOTICE OF SALE: The Board of the Cardston School Division offers for sale by tender the following property: Parcel 1 - Sg Lot 4 Block IS - Village of Hillspring 370^BD, Parcel 2 — Lots 1 of Hillspring 370 £ Sec. 18 Twp 1 R or less, Carway). 1 Sec. 11 Twp 1 R and 4 Block 15 — Village BD. Parcel 3 “ Bt. S.W. 25 W 4th ( 3 acres more Parcel 4 - Pt. N.W. +_______ _ 21 W 4th ( 4 acres more or less Del Bonita)% Parcel 5 - Pt S,W0 i Sec. 5 Twp 3R 2? W 4 ( 3.1 acres more or less Caldwell)* Parcel (> - Pt, of Unnumbered parcel Mountain View 5O35L (.25 acres more or less). ~ Tenders will be accepted until 12:00 noon Monday, June 17th, 1974 by C. M, Pilling, Secretary-Treasuer, Cardston School Division, Box 10, Cardston and must be accompanied by a deposit amount­ing to 10$ of the tender. Bids should be sealed and marked "Property Tender", The highest or any tender will no necess­arily be accepted. The successful purch­aser will be responsible for the cost of title transfer. NOTICE: As a means of advertising and promoting the 75th Diamond Jubilee, the . Town of Magrath has made available color­ful diamond—shaped decals in two sizes: l"x2", suitable for letters, parcels, etc, will sell for 100 each; the large 2^”x3ir suitable for car windows, bumpers, etc, will sell for 500 each. The decals are avai1ab~le at the Post Office or the Hard­ware Dept, of the Magrath Trading Coc Money raised from the sale will be used to defray expenses. NOTICE: The Cardston School Division Track and Field Meet will be held in Magrath Thursday, June 6th commencing at 9 AJÍ. The winners of this meet will be able to advance to the Summer Games which will be in Fort Macleod. Spectators are welcome. ATTENTION: The Piano Students of Charlotte Fletcher and Carol Lowry will present a Recital on Thursday (tonight) at 7:30 P.M, in the chapel of the L.D.S. Church. Every­one is invited to attend. ATTENTION: Your Lethbridge Monumental Representative Byng Beazer will be in the district approximately June 1, 1974. Leave messages and information with Eldon Coleman. NOTICE; St. Joseph’s Parish Ficnic will be held Sunday, June 9th at Woolford Park commencing with Mass at 12 o’clock noon. Pot Luck lunch to follow. Please bring some item for lunch as well as your own utencils. WANTED: pasture for 10 head of calves0 Nick Nykyforuk. Ph, 758-3278 MAGRATH TRADING COMPANY LTD. ¡BLUE FISH FILLETS BOLOGNA 1# pkg« . BURNS sliced llil HillllHIIII lllilllH A pretty Spring wedding was solemnized in St, John’s Lutheran Church, Magrath, Sat­urday, May 18th when Betty Ann, daughter of Mr- and Mrs, Douglas Lcose of Magrath and Ronald Masuda, son of Mrs, Terry Masuda and the late Mickey Masuda of Raymond were unit­ed in marriage^ Rev, Leon Zimmerman offic­iating. Escorted on the am of her father, the bride was attired in a traditional white satin wedding gown worn by her mother on her wedding day twenty three years ago. Attending the bride was her sister-in­law Teresa Loose as matron of honor and bridesmaid was Monoca Bartsoff of Kamloops, Best Man was Eldon Takahashi and groomsman was Riok Jensen, Following the wedding a dinner for family and close friends was held at Sacred Heart School, Raymond. Saturday evening a Calling Reception and dance was held at the Sacred Heart School Auditorium, Guests were present from Calgary, Edmon­ton, Kamloops, Kelowna, Duncan, and South Alberta points, 0 o • e • » a THANK YOU; Our sincere thanks to everyone who helped in any way to make Betty and Ronald1 s wedding day a memorable and happy event, Betty & Doug Loose, THANK YOU - to everyone who helped with the work day at the Tennis Court, painting and cleaning, etc, a sincere thank-you, Klice Stevenson, Everyone is invited to attend a Call­ing Reception for Jack & Linda Curliss at the Magrath Cultural Hall Saturday, June Sth from 7:30 to 9:30 P.M, They will be married in Lethbridge June 1st? FOUND: Navy rain hood. Call at News Office, Magrath-Cardston Marching Band won top place in Canadian Brass Band section at competitions held at Victoria during the holiday weekend« Readers might be interested in a regum'' of their Victoria visit. We quote from Mrso Iydia Brunner’s diary account: The Band left Magrath Friday, May 17th at 8 A,M0, arrived at Boys Club, Victoria 9:15 A„M, Saturday morning. After settling in, the young people went to Craigdarroch Castle for lunch and practise; at 2 P«M. were bussed to Sealand, to Butchart Gardens and then had supper at the place ofrtheir choice. At 8 P.M, they were guests at a Youth dance with the Victoria Branch L.D.S, youth as hosts, Sunday the young people attended church services of their choice0 At 2:45 P.M. they were bussed to Willow Park for Band Concert, at 7 P.M. attended Fireside at L.D.S. Chapel, Monday - band practise at 8 A.M.; rest at Boys Club, then to Gorge for concert from 3:30 to 5 P.M. Tuesday morning - free for shopping, etc. Left Victoria at 1 P.M. Tuesday, stopped at Stanley Park in Vancouver for 1 hour, arrived back in Magrath at 2:30 P.M, Wed­nesday, The students are to be commended on their excellent behaviour and conduct on board the bus as well as in Victoria, FOUND: At Laundry Mat May 22nd, pierced earring, drop style with tiny chain brim. Owner claim at News Office, REMEMBER - Pot Hole Trail Riders meet every Wednesday evening from 7-9 P.M, at Rodeo grounds. Includes horse games and instruct­ion, ATTENTION: I am now agent for Nelson Manu­factured Hones. If you are building, a Nelson Home is the answer. I would like to show you the book of Nelson Homes, Randall Payne. 758-3064 MAGRATH TRADING COMPANY LTD. LEMON JUICE NABOB 2/790 SUNKIST LEMON PIE FILLING S j x . S * \ [z. : • *■ c /• * 21+ oz* 550 SANDWICH SPREAD r EGGO WAFFLES 1 LL Oz. pk 2/9901 IVORY LIQUID. 19 BATHROOM TISSUE 32 oz. DELSEÏ 4 PACK 8801 CANNED BURNS U# KRAFT 21+ oz uy: c V- 7 0 0 7 <4 J ALLENS 48 OZ. 2 for KING SIZE NEW POTATOES CALIFORNIA WHITES .5 lbs 990 CARROTS S lb. bags 570 CELERY STALKS -CHSf ib. 250 ORANGES cello bags 4 lbs 890 CABBAGE - GREEN