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Magrath Store News (October 24, 1974)

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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 75*-3®65 STORE HOURS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY & SATURDAY...........................8 A.M. to 6 P.M. WEDNESDAY .............................................................................................. 8 A.M. to 1 PsM. . 4 , OCTOBER 24th, 1974 MAGRATH, ALBERTA *********^**SkHKHHHK«HHHHH>H**tt*H*H**H*H**H*H**H*H**H*f**>**** DRY GOODS DEPT. ****************-;H^H'r*X*******************iHWHHHHSHH8HHHSHHHHHSHHHHHHHi*******'*^'r**;.*^HHHHt************************************************************** * * * * ****** * * rO ITU HUDSON Regular $1.1? * * * * Lnn_Jr REGULAR 890 yard J Yds. for ********** 795 OOUPjURSE >lai> shade* ff Black, turqufise, white, yellow, green & Blue. ¿9 Inches wide 5Q5 Regular.......... Sale,, ********** ^Polyester Check & pattern 6>" wide 9.95... 1 Sale. 2 M» ****** ^Prtnts 1 Counter of assorted prints "HERITAGE" No iron Permanent press Assorted pastel colors in fl»ral pattern. Flat & Fitted - •Single Bed Size - Regular - ft “Mr X He JUST ARRIVED- Assorted shades. 75% Mohair - 25^ Wool. Imported from. Scotland.................... MAGRATEI RADING COMPANY LTD. MEN'S.* BOY'S WEAR JANTZEN VESTS AITO PULLOVERS assorted colors. S.M.L.& X.L. |0GO 3750 co-ordinate one of these lovely-sweaters with his favorite pants for a smart look and so warm too. * * -X-Mr. & Mrs. Howard Fletcher have returned home-from the Cumorah Field at Palmyra, New York. They reported their mission at t he 2nd. ward on Sunday. ■Jr -K- -fr ■#•#■'&- -JE Mrs. Bruce Gorham and daughter Shauna are wisiting Mr. & Mrs. Bob Gorham. Barbara Gorham will return to Salinas, California with them on the week-end. -JC -Ji- * • Mrs. Fem Cook and granddaughter . Kristine Cook, Mrs. Fay Cook, Mrs. Norma Zobell and daughter Kelly Zobell, of Vauxhall motored to Rexburg to visit Keith Cook and Corywn Mi 11 er, ■Jr “)c DE -JC" tc -Jr -)(■ -Jr -JE Cyrus Coleman was born January 3, 1885 in Park Valley, Utah the son of Moroni and Jemini Coleman. He was ’one of 12 children, the brother of Irene Strang, LaVerna Ackroyd and Lew Coleman, all residing in Magrath now. He came to Canada in 1903 with his parents, received most of his educat­ion in Magrath, also one term in ARD IG A N Knight Academy in Raymond. He filled an honorable mission Tor the L.D.S. Church. He also lived in 100% Acrylic. Washable Sweaters so warm and practical to wear by themselves or under a jacket on colder days. Brown, Green & Blue. Regular $14.95 SALE: MITTS G LOVES MEN'S AND BOYS MITTS & GLOVES. We have a good stock of winter gloves and mitts. Be sure and stock up now so you will be prepared for the winter days ahead. I to < ~ Shirts- LU est era T)enim Montana a number of years. In his later years he lived with his sister and brother in law LaVerna and Smith Ackroyd. He was always very happy and cheerful and appreciative of what people did for him. He passed away in Cardston Hospital on Tue. October 22nd, 1974. Funeral Services will be held in the Magrath 2nd Ward L.D.S. .Chapel at 2 P.M. on Saturday, October 26th. x Successful Candidates in the Municipal elections October loth were: Mayor - Pingree Tanner; 6 Councilmen - S.C. Brewerton, John Brunner, Orrin Nelson, Ted Haynes, John Cook & John Moore; Hospital Board - Tyler Alston & L.B. Tanner. ■* * ******** "IRRIGATION BUILDERS" is at «he binders. Some early copies will be here for November -8th and the balance are expected soon;after. These early copies are to be at the R.C.M.P. Honour Ceremony at Del Bonita. NEW Blue denim western Shirts. S.M.L. Magrath & District History Association. ■Jr "Jx- "Jr "JE -Jx* ■JE -Jr REGULAR $12.95 • •OC • 9 <3 O C 3 o • o « • •We95 MAG RATH TRADING COMPANY LTD. U P S TA IR S - NEW ARRIVALS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE NEWS: November the Sth is the date set for the unveiling of a Monument commemorating the Centennial-of the R.C.M.P., also the nendly relationship which has existed between Montana and Alberta for more than 100 years. • This ceremony will take place at the^el Bonita Port of Entry at 3 p.m* Invitations have been sent to the heads of Govt., the Police Force and Customs & Emigration people in both Alberta and Montana. Ibkirts The Magrath—Cardston Marching band and hopefully Cutbank High School Bands I will be there to entertain at 2 p.m. 1 The Magrath Lion's Club will be. serving I Coffee, punch and doughnuts free from i 2 p.m. on. Come early and enjoy yourselfJ A large crowd is expected, Everyone ? is welcome. I I...... i : l 1 ' - in a host of smart styles and fabrics including wool plaids, camel coats, Leather-like Nappahides with or without fur, Crushed Velvets and Velours. Smart colors too. f CHOOSE YOUR NEW I LONG DRESS OR | SKIRT FOR THE I COMING FESTIVE SEASON. NEV/ ONES ARE ARRIVING AND THEY ARE GORGEOUS PRINTED AND PLAIN SHADES IN STYLES j THAT WILL PLEASE. PRICED TO Wy 4A OQ o o n sssmsrsaa 1/2 PRICE SALE hi NEW ITEMS ADDED INCLUDE LONG & SHORT DRESSES. PANT SUITS AND FALL JACKETS. FOR SALE: PUMPKINS - All sizes for Hall­oween. Ph. 758-3289 ************ ; WANTED: Clean Cotton Rags. i Ph. Butch's Service 758-3206 I * * * * * ******* \ NOTICE: - My two card tables have Ween \ loaned. 1 Light Beige, 1 Red. Name is I on the bottom. Please return them as \ they are urgently needed. f Alice Stevenson. \ * * * * * * * * * * * * ; ADULT RECREATION EVENING: Each Wednesday = Starting November 6th at 8 P.M. in the Big Gym. Badminton, Volleyball, Table Tennis. Use the North East doer please. PLEASE NOTE: Gym shoes only permitted. Oxfords with soft soles ARE NOT gjm shoes. ******** * * * * There will be an above normal amount of water in pot hole coulee for apprmrim— ately a month. The Jensen reserveir is being drained to inspect the conduit. * * * * * * * * * * * I NEl1/ ANTRON BY QUEENTEX. ASSORTED STYLES AND COLORS. SIZES S.M.L. KITTEN SOFT. BRUSHED NYLON............................................ $ 6 o 9 5 FLANNELETTE GRANNY .... S G Q A . —. ATT-_ ... _____ ■»••••••••••••• V o ARNEL FLOWERED WITH SLEEVES.......... $ 15.9 5 So lovely to go with skirts and pants. LACOSTE SHIRT BLOUSES. FEATURES SELF BUTTONS CUFFS NAVY ONLY SIZES 10 - 20 Cl I / MAGRATH TRADING COMPANY LTD. 1 lb. pkg.... $lo29 . 6 oz. pkg... ' 89C . 6 eg. pkg... .... ?QC »ÄURNS................. lb 77C ) (S (0 BURNS BREAKFAST STYLE lb... ##***#*## -K- -Jf- ####.£# tall The Magra’th Beef Glufc held its annual Banquet and awards night Saturday. October 19th in the United Church Hall. The U.C.W. served the 75 people in attendance a delicious meal of roast beef. ~ " The club put on a short program of skits, speeches and musical talents. Guest speeker for the. occasion was Terry Bland from Lethbridge. Leader Norman Hillmer along with assistant leader Heber Christensen then presented trophies to the following; Debbie Hillmer received the following trophies: Champion Calf-donated by the Bank of Montreal; picture of the Champion calf donated by Southern Feeds; And. rate of gain donated by Magrath Trading Co.; 1st. Showmanship donated by West Wind L^rms; Girls Best Kept Records donated by Arndt Motors; 2nd. Citizenship donated by Ken's Harker’s Esso;à 1st.-Senior-Public Speeking dòhàtèd by the Lion’s Club. Cathy Schneyder received the following trophies: Reserve Champion donated by Unifeeds; 1st. Citizenship donated by the Gruninger Family; 2nd. Senior Public Speeking donated by the Lions Club, wayne jurney received the 1st. rate of gain trophy donated by Wayne Malmberg. Debbie Schneyder received the 2nd. Showmanship trophy donated by the Magrath Co-Op; à 2nd. Jr Public Speaking donated by the Lion's Club. Michael Schneyder received the trophy &r boy's best kept records donated by Superior-7?, Greg Letkeman received the Sr. Judging trophy donated by Ellison Milling. Larry Schneyder received the trophy for Jr. Judging donc-ted by Moores Wool. Carding and trie’1st. Jr. Public Speaking donated by the T.-i nn » ,q Club. Gerald Ripley received the’ trophy for the best first year member donated by Ed. dewton family. Small trophies in appreciation were presented to the Public Speaking Judges: Mrs. Irene. Ririe, Mre. Mary Yvonne Hohm, Mrs. Doreen Alston, Mr. Bob West, & George Taylor, also the judges for the judging competitions: Mr. Glen Powlesland, & -r. Bernie Powlesland. Small gifts were presented to the Club Leaders in appreciation. The Club would- like to extend a special thankt to'thè United Church women for the delicious supper and the donors for the trophies. ,, . .... .■ - ..... Colette.Christensen Club Reporter 73—74 "^FROSTS H b N T I NG, K.N.J.V.S S.-r.Wooden handle.with quality [ Q * . blade. Priced from............. y to )' "zC v / w z '---- We wish to thank everyone who helped with our wedding and reception on October 12th, 1974 at our home and made it a beautiful and memorable day. A special thank you to Bishop and Mrs. Allen Dudley. Mr. & Mrs. Ken Slater (nee Cheryl Hansen

Topics: Magrath (Alta.) -- Newsletters
Publisher: J. A. Ririe
Year: 1974
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