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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta -Wednesday, October 7, 1970 THE LETHBRIDGE HERAID 39 Western Wear For All Rlley and McCormick Limit- ed, merchants specializing in Western wear, will re-open dullness in Lethbridge this week after an absence of about J5 years when they unveil their HICHARD McCORMACK new store in the Centre Village Mall. The Canadian-owned firm; with businesses in Calgary, Edmonton and British Colum- bia, primarily handle western- styled clothes, leather goods. Company president saddles and Urban Marian jonnson JIIUWBU WMUVI Blue Jeons At Riley And the establishment of but does a Isn't square with Riley stores selling Western with city dwellers' too, McCormick." Riley and McCormick's head ments as well as, riding equipment The firm is noted for the quality of its boots, saddlery and related riding around Stampede Week and at fodeo time. The company is credited is in Calgary and does a brisk busines in mail order. Orders for its Western wear Riley and McCormick specializes in selling fine Western wear to southern a modern approach to a traditional Alberta business and has as its slogan riding equipment come in from such far flung places as Australian and Germany. World Of Art Williams Agencies, a Derby. NHL hockey tours of the new travel section long established as the standard hotel, steamship and airline says that the real estate business in Letibridge has real estate and insurance excellent and that he is takes on. a new keen interest in travel forward to continued with itt move to Centre awareness of an ever Imze Mall The need for tour assistance addition of Dennis Kjeld World of Travel" will be Alberta prompted Art Williams and Howard to the sales staff wil complement the real estate tured by Art Williams expand their operations already being offere< cies who will also a service that B e r n i e Simmons and their traditional services in package tour travel Hanson. new anywhere in Art Williams at the Lome Gray has been and Ruth Williams as to the staff as manager of Yanosifc, Bis crew a Travel and will southern Albertans as Williams, Agencies invitf ably assisted by Miss coach of- the their friends and acquaint Davies. Among the many Sugar Kings to drop in and consul aged tour; offered by team, will continue them for all real estate and S h a r o n will be the real estate and tour require Guichon said- the Lethbridge store will cater to everyone, emphasizing young styles with Lee and Levi jeans for the younger set. The firm carries one of the largest, stocks of jeans in the country, with not less lhan: pairs in stock every day 'of the year. Mr. Guichon said the new, Lethbridge store' is as modern up-to-date as any outlet .used by his firm. .It wil be managed by Richard McCor- mack, a resident of Lethbridge. As one of the oldest'firrn? in Alberta, Sir. Guichon claims r-: liis "company tn hp. one of the beat in North American la its .field. The company was given a charter by the government of the Northwest Teritories in 1901i From this small beginning nearly 70'years ago, to a chain of eight Western stores, Riley and McCormick has grown with the west. The firm is credited with pioneering the modern western wear store _ concept and was a leader in I land, the Orient, the Kentucky tions as well as being co-own- ments. A in the hand is worth S SIMPSONS-SEARS Our bright, new, bold Centre Village Store has everything including complete catalogue shopping facilities. Well-inform- ed, courteous salespeople will be pleased to give assistance in placing orders from our fine family of catalogues. Whether you shop in person or by phone, service is always fast and friendly at Simpsons-Sears Centre Village Catalogue X Department. from the Convenience of Home! Just select the items from our'newspaper or catalogue ads and give us a call. Satis- faction is guaranteed. Just Say "Charge It" Call 328-6611 J raaitionaln Men's Western Shirts The latest from Miller of Denver, Colo. Great colors and patterns to choose from. All Perm-Press cotton in up-to-date styling. Sizes 14'A to 17......EACH Ladies' Outfits A variety of colors and sizes with a sleeveless vest and flared slocks. 100% cotton stay-press makes these oulfits great for casual Wear. Ladies' Western Bells A great fit in a western style! Perm-Press cotton slacks with western yoke design and neat flare leg. Wide range of colors in sizes 10 to 16....... PAIR Men's Boots Authentic traditional styling. Combination riding-walking heel. Heat plain appearance for 'ranch, street or campus wear..................... 'AIR No. 721 General Purpose Saddle Sturdy tooled saddle for everyone. A 5-year guarantee an the new ralide tree means grept value. Double rigged 15" padded seat.................EACH Headquarters for Lees and Levis CENTRE VILLAGE MALL I 'I ;