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Magrath Store News (July 20, 1972)

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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 758-3065 STORE HOURS: MONDAY, TUESDAY, THURSDAY AND FRIDAY .................... ................... ^.8 A.M. to 6 P.M0 WEDNESDAY ......8 A.M. to 1 P.M. ...............SATURDAY.................8 A.M. to 7 P.MC THURSDAY, JULY 20th,>1972 »»......... *.......... t. k............................................ ......MAGRATH, ALBERTA. DRESS SHIRTS JUST ARRIVED: Men's Forsyth Pressage "Peima Press” Dress Shirts - handsomely styled in All White with satin-like .self design»......................................................... Forsyth Pressage "Peima Press" Dress Shirts -figured. |Qoo DRE SALE SHIRTS ■ Regular $5.00 to $12„00................................. f/2 PRICE SWIM TRUNKS SPORT SHIRTS Men’s short sleeved Sport Shirts in assorted colors of Gold, Blue, Plum, Flame, etc» REG. $3»95 295 i Men* s, Bpys’ and Youths’— i Swim Trunks in assorted .■ styles0 ‘ I 20 7» OFF : WESTERN SHIRTS Men’s Imported "Summit" Western Shirts in a’Ss'o’rt’ed ’checks and plaids.' Authentic styling. Pearl snap button £- Q £ fasteners. REGULAR $7.95 BOYS’SHIRTS 1 COUNTER OF BOYS’ SHIRTS IN ASSORTED STYLES, PATTERNS AND COLORS. REG. $8.9»5 - $*5.9*5 20 % OFF T Shirts in the popular "Grand Slam" styling. Short sleeves, ?.... .... . ........... T collar, breast- pocket. 100$ Poly- ( Q L_j AA CT Q i ester silk knit. Navy, Mauve, Purple I 0*1 U»- O | See our new arrivals in > f Men’s Dress and Casual \ Shoes. $12.95 - $25-95 I SIZES: S. M. L. XLr ^95 SHOES MAGRATH 1 ÌADING CO: '.PANY LTD. A GOOD PLACE TO TRADE Mr. and Mrs, Orson Mayfield of Salt Lake City, Utah have been visiting at the homes of her brother and sister-in-law Mr. Mrs. Cliff Merkley, and brothers-in-law sisters Mr. and Mrs. Blaine and Mrs, Tern Norton. and and Mr, Harker and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Henderson of Provo, Utah are visiting and daugh- at the home ter of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Harris before moving to Lancaster, California, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Bohnet of Calgary o during the and daughter Noia of Pt. Coquitlam, B, C renewed aquaintances in Magrath weekend. ■ Mr. and Mrs. Kayo Yamamoto of Calgary were visitors during at the K. K. Balderson home and the wedding reception Saturday of Miss Jane Kadonaga and David Iwaasa. and family the weekend attended Mr. and Mrs. Heber Christensen and family would like to thank their friends and neigh­bors who congratulated them on Bhainne Christensen1s achievement of having the grand champion 4 H steer, ”We would like to send special thanks to Ken Hurlburt from Fort Macleod Auction Market for paying a record price for her calf and Andy Ramias for runn­ing Ken Hurlburt so high. we also thank the leaders and their wives for making 4 H so interesting for the girls and boys. H.S. Christensen and familyo MaGRaTH BIRTHDaY CELEBRATION MONDAY, JULY 24' Lions Pancake Breakfast - 6 - 9 A.M. Mammath Parade - ID A.M, Children’s Section meet at the Bank at 9 A.M. tather entries - Floats etco meet at the Town Park at 9 A^f^ for judging. Swimming Demonstration at the Pool at noon. Kids Activities - 1 P.M. School Grounds. Girls & Boys Races - Sprint Partners, Three Legged, Sack Races, Bicycle Races. Money prizes in all races. Mr. and Mrs. R, K. Poulsen of Providence Equestrian & Horse Racing - 2 P.M. Ra«e Track East of Golf Club House. Ladies Ball Game 5 P.M, High School Diamond. Bar-B-Q: 5*3^ P.M. to 8 P.M* - Camp Kitchen, Jubilee Park­Free Show - 7 and 9 P.M. ALUMNI DANCE i Everyone who has ever attend­ed the Magrath Elementary & High School - and everyone who wishes they had attended - are cordially invited to the Alumni Dance Saturday evening, July 22nd in the School > Gym when the Raymond Canadians will supply the music for an evening of reminscing when old friends gether for a Reunion, Come Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haddock (nee Marnha Stevenson) of Provo, Utah are the proud parents of a son bom July 13th0 ■ Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. Haddock of Orlando, Florida and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Stevenson of Magrath, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Poulsen «f Reno, Nevada are the proud parents of a son born July 13th. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Alex Poulsen of Magrath and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hornburger of Calgary. . Utah were visitors this past week at the home of Mrs. Ardella Bennett and family. Mrs. Alice Fowler, Stephen and Louise of Salt Lake City, Utah are visiting at the of her parents Mr. and Mrs, J. A. Ririe. home Iowa Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Lash oi* Carydon, have been visiting relatives Mr. and Earl Seward and Mr.- Neal Lash. • • Mr* and Mrs. Smith Ackroyd have as their guest their daughter Mrs. Alice Fife of Las Vegas, Nevada;, dancing and plan to get to- and have fun0 Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mason of Provo, Utah are visiting at her parents Mr. and Mrs. L. A. and family the home pf Harriosni•■• Welling have Mr. and Mrs. Ken Wilde of i."_1LL.o L_. had visiting them their grandson Jason for the past Wo weeks.’ His parents, Mr. and Mrs, Roger Wilde and .'baby brother came on the weekend and took Jason home to Calgary Mr. and Mrs.. . Jack Kadonaga and family of Saskatoon are visiting friends in Magrath this week.. ' ' Bob Leishman has returned home from a: two year mission in Spain and is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Leishman0 Bob spoke of his experiences at serv­ices in the Magrath Second 'Ward Church Sun­day afternoon. 8. Mrs, Ardella Bennett is pleased to announce the engagement of her son Glendon W?.yne of Rexburg,- Idaho to Miss Shauna Eck- ersell of Rigby, Idaho, The wedding will take in the Idaho Falls Temple, September Mr, and Mrs. Earl Gurney have returned from a visit to Salt Lake City Utah with family and friends. TT jackets .-.nd coats are arriving Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Tanner have had as their guests Miss Jolynn Allen of Vancouver, Mrs. Gary Cooper of Toronto, and visitors this week at the Tanner home were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grover of Phoenix, Arizona, in Medicine Hat during the Jay Hamilton have returned City where they said farewell Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kosma accompanied by her niece Miss Rose Marie Pfeiffer of Germany visited friends past week. Mr, and Mrs. from Salt Lake to their son Donald who left to serve a two year mission in France, Also leaving for French Missions were Shayne Gurney and Michael Bennett whom th Hanilboi’-s al:o bi 1 '.¡.rewcjl uoMAGRA TH TRADING CC HARDWARE DEPT. -A / . J PA NY LTD. VINYL aIR MATTRESSES - for your Vacation eomfort and camping'enjoyment! |U8 FUN FLOaTSi tl ionut" shaped Float for use in Pool 5r on the Beach !. 5 __ CUSHIONS ■■xIRIftiM WEDGE C/H CUSHIONS — just arrived for your Vacationing pleasure* Cool and comfortable. Use in <utos and Trucks, in homes, at Ball Parks and take vith you- on picnics or to the beach. 0 O STADIUM CUSHIONS - leather finished Vinyl Cushions. Plastic covers^ foam filled. Soft - Durable - Wash­able. All purpse cushion for picnicing, boating, and taking with you to spectator sports as well as using in the car* 0 TRaCiOR SEAT COVER& — you will feel like you’re having a vacation with this comfortably styled deep filled Tractor Seat Cushion. DUE TO TllE DIFFICULTY WE’ HAVE HaD KEEPING TRACK OF OUR ROLLERS, SEEDERS, FERTILIZER SPREADERS, ETC. WE HaVE FOUND IT NECESSaRY TO CHAR® RENT ON THESE ITEMS - : Fertilizer -Spreaders - Gra-se............. Seeders ............................... 500 Use of our new Metal Lawn Roller $2 ' D P© BALLS and BATS Take a Bat and Ball along with you on your Pi cr>i ns or. Vacation trips. TOUGH RUBBER'FAMILY SOFT BALL .... STURDY BATS — for the whole family -E . ■ 2 '• 1 SPaLDING PUTTER 1 Six ND wedge fY /U-OMLD'S FOLDING.tLAWN CHAIR - REft.--$5.19..SAIE - $4.98 SPALDING GOLF CLUB SET - 7 and 5 Irons. OUR REGULAR LINK HaRDWaRE PRICE - $49.95........... V.. .SPECIAL... 1/2 PRICE SALE KIDDIES "BEAR CAT” TRICYCLE - built just like Big Brother’s Mustang . complete with Sissy Bar, Banana Seat and hi-»ise handle bars. Plenty of Summer fun on this "trike". | i:MaVERI£K SIDEWaLK BIKE 11 - complete with training wheels, sissy bar, banana saddle and hi—rise handle bars. | "TRACTOR TRIKE" — tough, all—on Tractor Tricycle that the young fry can have all kinds 'of'fun' riding. QO Clubs including 2 Woods THANK YOU: We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation to everyone who helped in any way to make Jane and David’s wedding day such a lovely and memorable occasion, The Kadonaga and Iwaasa Families, WhNTED: Baby Stroller, Mrs, Joan Harvey. Ph. 758-3234. FOUND: Gib Sorrel Gelding. Owner may claim at Stan Sopers. NOTICE: Will the person who borrowed the rubber tubs I used to water the ponies and which disappeared while I was away, please return them, they are badly needed. Mrs. Elizabeth Brown. Ph. 758-3009. NOTICE: The Magrath Post Office will observe the Civic Holiday, Monday, July 24th when Magrath celebrates it's annual birthday. Wicket service will be closed. C. Alston, P. M. NOTICE: Church services at the Del Bonita United Church have been suspended for the summer months bjrt will resume Sunday, Oct. 1st at 11 A.M. FOUND: Two children's Nylon Jackets - 1 white, 1 gold. Also a key, a pair of trown koolie sandals. Claim at News Office. NOTICE: Because of unavoidable circumstances "Open House" for A. B. Critchfield, which was to be held in the Elementary School Music Room Saturday, from 3 to i P.M. will be held in the Seminary Room of the L.D.S, Chapel Saturday instead. NOTICE: The Arts & Crafts are having a display at the July 24th Celebration. Any members having Ceramics, Pottery, Art, etc. they wish to display, please have it at the Big Gym Sunday, July 23rd at 7 P.M. They would especially like to have Chili-ren's Pottery displays. Anyone wishing further information please call Isabell Holladay - 758-6573 or Marv Dudley - 758­3408. NOTICE: Magrath 1st Ward Elders will hold a Steark or Hamburger Dinner Monday, July 24 at Jubilee Park beginning at 5 P.M. on. Prices: Steak Dinner - $2,00; Hamburger Dinner - 75# • Bring the whole family and enjoy a fine meal - and also join in the celebrating of the town's birthday, NOTICE: The Magrath Trading Company will remain closed Monday^. July 24th, a Civic holiday commemorating the birthday of the Town of Magrath. William James, eminent United States philosopher, said: "The deepest principle of human nature is the desire to be apprec­iated- MAGRATH TRADING COMPANY LTD. RELISH OO f 12 oz. jars ......... 4|t«ltUlll|>nHl«lHiilfMMI.......... HIM' STEWED TOMATOES for HEINZ NEW 32 oz. KE SCHUR 790 69 0 uF^S^iuyAIE)iiuiim22|.iHo^it................... ........................ . .........................Illllll....... ISNACKIN CAKE GOLDEN HONEYS ■ 15 OZ. Í BETTY CROCKER 3 flavors i J I 1 II U I i 1 I I I 2/990 NABISCO NEW CEREAL 13 oz. 59 0 PAO BLU E RIBBON ....1^.•>•••• OYO 0 REGULAR $3.2? n PRESTIZE 20/10’s .. CABBAGE - MEDICINE HaT NEW CROP BANANAS - dole................................................... WESTERN FAMILY ORANGES B.C. CHERRIES lb lb. PEACHES -california lb. 39

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Publisher: J. A. Ririe
Year: 1972
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