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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 7, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 44 THI IHHBRIDOE H6RAID Wednesday, Octobur T, 1970 Macleod's Takes New Home In Centre Village Macleods a name long and I is now closed. All merchandise extended all merchandise to favorable known to Lethbridge in the old store has been dis- major proportions, providing a '-'.....posed of, and everything in the compicle shopping service for Centre Village store is brand customers. The stoppers since 1832, takes giant step toward this week with the opening of its large, new family store in the Centre Village Mall. Shoppers to Centre Village will be greeted by the most modern Macleod store in West- ern Canada. It is almost three tames the size of the former store on 6th Street South, which The new Macleod store is un- i .ike anything seen in Leth- bridge before. The aisles are wide and color-keyed decor is used to make shopping easier and more convenient. In planning the new Centra Village store, the company has We Are Pleased To Have Done The ROOFING and SHEET METAL In The New SIMPSONS-SEARS and CENTRE VILLAGE MALL WE EXTEND HEARTY CONGRATULATIONS CHARLTON HILL LTD. 1262 2nd AVENUE S. PHONE 328-3388 Us Lethbridge customers. The new store offers greatly en- larged selections of merchandise of all kinds, and several new departments have been added for customer convenience. There is a full fashion de- partment from teens to half sizes, with, accessories to match, a complete line of in- fants and children's clothing, a full range of family footwear, a complete boys department, and a greatly enlarged selec- tion of men's wear. Macleods now carries the largest selec- tion of work clothing in south- ern Alberta, including GWG permapress' work clothes. Macleods Centre Village store has.a large appliance de- partment and carries every- thing from Corning Ware to small appliances, health and beauty aids, automotive, hard- ware and sporting goods, tele- HARVEY JAMIESON Macleods Manager vision and stereo sets, plumb- ing and heating. The tobacco counter is anoth- er new addition, with a full CONGRATULATIONS Centre Village Mall from your friends SINCE 1912 I -XL _ CANADA U.S.A J MEDICINE HAT BRICK AND TILE COMPANY LIMITED and ASSOCIATED COMPANIES Head Office: Box 70, Medicine Hat, Alberta Telephone 526-590! (Area. Code 403) selection o( pipes, cigarettes ajul tobaccos. There is also a new record department, and an up-to-date greeting card and wcket book department. The Centre Village store will continue to serve Macleods [arm customers with greatly increased assortments of farm lines. The new Tack Shop car- ries the finest saddles and riding accessories. Macleods is proud that 92 per cent' of everything it sells is obtained from Canadian sources, although a large buy- ing staff constantly combs world markets for new and dif- ferent merchadnise. The new Centre Village store in Lethbridge is a prime ex- ample of a large number of new merchandising stores Mac- leods is developing throughout Canada. Today the company owns 74 retail stores and has 166 authorized dealer stores from Thunder Bay in the east to Oliver, B.C. in the west. Macleods new Lethbridge store is managed by Harvey Jamieson who was recently transferred from the Macleod tore in Brantford, Ont. Prior Centre Has Bubble Fountain The once popular s a y i ns 'Meet me under the clock" wil give way to "Meet me at the mmtain" when Centre Village Mall opens on Thursday. The highly decorative and artistically styled fountain has a quiet, bubbling action tha permits conversations to b cairi J on in a normal tone o voice. MACLEODS Sandy Schimef and Joanne Hancock sort display at Macleod's Family Shopping Centre at Centre Village. ASPHALT PARKING LOT -BY- TOLLESTRUP CONSTRUCTION CO., LTD. RIVER BOTTOM PHONE 328-2702 Congratulations to SIMPSONS-SEARS AND THE NEW TENANTS IN CENTRE VILLAGE ON THEIR GRAND OPENING tliat Mr. Jamieson was with lacleods at Winnipeg. He is a in business admimslva- on and has been with the corn- any since 1962. Mr. Jamieson was born' in Moosomin, Sask. He and Mrs. Jamieson have two daughters and one son and now live in Coalhurst. Assisting Mr. Jamieson in the Centre Village store is John Seddon who until recently was in the Macleod store in Vernon, B.C. Mr. Seddon had been with Macleods for the past 8 years. Orange Julius For Thirsty Shoppers at Centre Village can take a break in their busy routine to "enjoy a devlish ;ood drink" along with a mon- [rel dog, pickle pooch or chile log at the Orange Julius stand in the Mall. This service is a further ex- pansion of the enterprising 3ook family Bev, senior, and his three sons, Ed, Bob, and Brian, all of whom are well kr-wn in the refreshment busi- ness hi Lethbridge. Bob Cook, manager of the Centre Village Orange Julius operation, teCs us that Orange Jul'us is made from freshly- squeezed oranges and that this is what makes it taste so good. Originating in the heart of the citrus country in Southern California over 30 years ago, ,he Orange Julius operations expanded into Canada in 1966. The drink was brought to Leth- bridge by the Cook family a couple of years later. Tire secret of the mouth-wa- tering hot dogs is to be found in the Glen-Ray infra-red rotis- serie warmer which .heats the meat from the centre out, creating a finished product that is hot and tender through- out. While the hot dogs me going through the infra-red heating process, the buns are being steam warmed to a perfection. The result is a premium hot dog that is a treat for everyone. Bob Cook invites all his friends ami former customers to join Wm at Centre Village during opening celebra- tions. A. DALE ASSOCIATES Architects, Engineers, and Town Planners 202 10th Avenue S.E., CALGARY 21, Alta. PHONE 265-4781 Congratulations to all tenants in the wonderful new CENTRE VILLAGE MALL It was our pleasure to supply PRECAST CONCRETE BEAMS NORD PRECAST CONCRETE LTD. NO. 8 COAIMINE, LETHBRIDGE PHONE 328-4843 We wish to extend our hearty CONGRATULATIONS -to- SIMPSONS-SEARS AND THE OTHER TENANTS OF Centre Village Mall ON THEIR GRAND OPENING It was our distinct pleasure to have done the DRYWALL-METAL STUDDING-PLASTERING and the SUSPENDED CEILINGS ALPINE DRYWALL PLASTERING (LETHBRIDGE) LTD. 2523 5th Ave. "A" N., Lethbridge Phone 327-8853 On our 60th Anniversary we are proud to add Centre Village Mall to our long list of construction projects successfully completed this year in Canada and abroad. We thank all the sub contractors and their tradesmen for the excellent co-operation which enabled this job to be completed on schedule. We wish the developers of Centre Village AAall and their merchants every success in their new premises. FOUNDATION COMPANIES CANADA ;