Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
.dnoidoy, Ap.il J, 1977 THE UfHBRIDGE HERAIO 25 vM !3irtL, UarcW UhcuiM, -su 1 HI i L- ___ DAVIDS Ken and Slralai Davids arc happy to Btmounce i in the birth of their son, I an 1ST ward 8 Ibs., 11 ozs., on Marcli be 23, at Calgary, Alberta. Proud Pi grandparents arc Mr. awl Mrs. w W. C. Dick and Mr. and Mrs. ;.t Hv Davids, of Lethbridgc. wi 937-1 r.l Noel, passed away 1 Ihe citv on Sunday, April 2, vie 2. al the age of 68 years, nu overt wife of Sam Blair ot An clurc Suite. Funeral services iV I be held Thursday, April 6 da 2 p.m. in Christcrsen Chapel, lor th Mr. Keith Bobbins off in- ye ng. Interment will follow m T ouiilain View Cemetery. M __ declined. for John Cunwliw! lierg- n, beloved husbuwl Mrs. ne Bergman of Wfl 1st Ave. who died in UK: Suns', March 2fi, 1972. after a g illness at Ibe of 77 ars, was held at p.m. ursdoy in Martin Bros, cmorial Chapel with Rev. ?nry Nikkei officiating. i F owers V DEATHS Dilations may be made to the be Alberta Heart Foundation (17to TREIRER April 4th, _ CirRISTENSEN ML- U at Taber, Alia., Mr. Reinhold HOME LTD., v.crc J. K P. W. jcck, I. A. Ilombti'ger, J. M. nan, Phil Skrivc'r and L, jchr. Interment ill Moun-in View Cemetery. (Ron) Trei ber, in charge of arrangements. Ud., Dircftrjrs Funcv- of Wrentham, Alia., and dear ______ was in charge of falher of Mrs. Roy (Jcanette) Loney of Bow Island. AUa., Gary Treiber of Calgary. CARD OF and Mrs. Myron 'Sharon) THOMPSON Funeral 1 would like Hirsche of l.clhbridfre. AUa. rice for Alrs. Quri Thompson, all my friends for Mr. Treiber is also survived by who in the city Thursday, during my reccij'. slay in four grandchildren. The timer- 30, 1972, after a Dnei Hospital and also for al arrangements will be an- at tbe age of 87 'years the wonderful flowers, nouncert later by the ?jttison Funeral Home. Donations to held at p.m. Monday g the Immanuel Lutheran cards received. A special] inr.V.5 lo Ihe doctors cud nurses the Heart Fund, Box 1033, Med- with Pastor W. F. their excellent care and icine Hal, Alia, would be grate- officiating. Pallbear- fully appreciated. were Fred Nelson, Clara cms Henry Lehman, T pif Trockstad CHIEF AIOO.V louis, aged I..LH mold Negaard. 18, awav suddenly. Sun- day. April 2, 1572. beloved son r of Mrs. Harriet Black Ploom in the family plot in Arch-n o u u t Memorial Gardens lartin Bros. Ltd., Directors MEMORIAMS CHI'STER In loving mern-Dry of a dear friend, and the late Leo Chief Service, was m passed away April 5, Survivors are his mother and the memories are s t c p-father, Harrison lilacs Ploom; one sister, Shirley; two step-sisters. Dorccn and Ber-nice; three brothers, Jim, Malhew and Jordon; grand-parenls. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Chief Moon ar.d Tom Monnng Owl. Fur.erai services will be held on Thursday, April 6 at 2 p m., Rev. Ken Hunting officiating Interment in Glenwood Cemetery. Prayers at p.m. (tonight) at Robert Black Ploom residence. EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod, in charge of arrange-me" S' Funeral for Henry Veldhuis be-oved husband of Mrs. Effio Veldhuis of Monarch who died at Picture Bulte Tuesday, March 28, 1972, after a long ill-icss at the age of 75 years, was held at p.m. Saturday, April 1, 1972, in the Monarch Reformed Church with Rev. J o h n Moerman officiating. Pallbearers were Tenus and Joe Van Tol, Johnny Hoffman, Allan Veldhuis, Johnny Van-denbroeke and John Parkin, Jr. Honorary pallbearers were Herman Hollander, John forever, Of those happy days we spent together. missed by Kit. In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, Mrs. Eb'zabeth Ann Oiver, who passed away April 5, 1S55. In our hearts you'll always stav. Loved "and remembered day by day. remembered and sadly missed by daughter Pearl, LaMar, grandchildren MOLL Simon, passed away !n Lacombe on Sunday, April 2 1972, at the age of 84 years. Bom and raised in Austria, Mr. Moll came to Canada In 1925 settling in Magrath. He has also resided in Blackie Gerrit Groeneweg, Ger-rit Barbers, Bill Plomp and Lou Slotyn. Interment was m the Monarch Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors o! Funeral Service, was in charge o! the High River and recently in combe. He was predeceased by his wife, Gcnevieve in 1942. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. M. (Hertaf Wyny-chuch of Lacombe; Mrs. E. (Anne) Nclner of Kafispell, Montana and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in the Magrath United Church on Thursday, April 6 at p.m., with Dr. H. P. Mars-den officiating. Interment will follow in the Mafjralh Cemetery. In lieu of flowers those who wish mav donate to the Magrath United Church. Fen-ton and Kirkman are directors of funeral service. Funeral service for John Olah, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Julia Olah who died at Picture Butto Sunday, March 26, 1972, at the age of 72 years, was held at 3 '00 p.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Avc. S., with Mr. Collin Whitlock officiating. Pallbear ers were Frank and John Olah, Lloyd Micku, Ray Hardy and Vern Deri and. In lermont was hi tbe family in the Raymond Cemetery Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors a Funeral Service, was in charg of the MEHEDEN In loving mem ory of a dear son, George HALL Passed away sud c'enlv in Vauxhall on Sunday April 2, 1972, Mrs. Violet Beat Tice Hall at Funeral servic for Mrs. Blanche Sarah Mur B ray, beloved wife of the who passed away Apr a 5, 1967. What would I give to clas a his Mr. John Beattie Murray His happy face fo 1 af C 21 06 died suddenly in the city hear his voice and see E A A March 28. 1972, at the -JP'VW iHl beloved wife j of 72 years, was held at p.m. Saturday in Martin That meant so much lo me Sadlv missed by funeral Memorial Chapel, 703 13th S e K.. with Rev. Ti. L. Elizabeth Mebeden. d officiating. Pallbearers .Thursday, son's-in-law Fred Keiver ar Basil Everin and grant CHEST KR In loving meir s ory of a door wife, mother p.m., in Mart i Bros. John. James, David and grandmother, Laura, who I AL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Ellio officiating. Interment will fo low In the family plot, Mow tain View Cemetery, Frienc may pay their respects at Ma lill Bros. MEMORIAL CHAI EL, 703 13 St. N. In lieu flowers, Ihose who wish m." donate to the Canadian Cane Society, 403 Canada Trust Bid MARTIN BROS. LTD., Dire tors of Funeral Service. Interment was in 11 i family plot in Mountain Vie Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd Directors of Funeral Servic s was in charge of the arrang menls. D[ MIYAGAWA Funeral se v vice for Osamu (Sam) Mi> i'r fiawa, beloved son of Mi Hisae Miyagawa of 1922 21 Avc. S. who died suddenly -4 Vancouver Friday, March at the age of 41 ed away April 5, 1971. w We mourn for ter in silene No eyes can see us weep, e, Bui many a silent tear is she e- While others arc asleep. rememberd by h husband, son-in-law a n r- daughter; and daughtcr-i a- law ami son and their far s. ilies. st at MUF.LLER In loving met crv of a dear daughter and s s, lef, Laurel Gay Miller, w nifcni-l Anril ri M1 d n-n-05 i n-s-ho i It's so easy atZeHer's Chesterfield Sale NO DOWN PAYMENT 5 WVL1K March 30th. was held at p.m. Watt U'ylie. aged 83 i-Iny in_ the leUibndge Budd- yeai-s. CNIB rcii.'lance. Cal- 1 gary. Surviving are two daughters, Jean (Mrs. W. Harcourt-O'Reillv) and Ruth (Mrs. K. L. Bond) 'both of Calgary: a sister, Mrs. Eleanorc O'Meara, Vancouver and four grandchildren. He was predeceased by his wife. Margarcl in 1955. Born al Edinburgh, Scotland, Mr. Wylie came to Canada I.ILH "i.. wilh Rev. S. Kosaka and Rev. Y. Izumi officialing. Pallbear- 1 crs were Richard and Gordon Tanaka, Keith ajid Ron Nishl, Michael Ohno and Donald Tafcsaki. Hotel-merit was in the Japanese section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of 1905 and homesteader! in arrangements. J a n s c n-Lannigan district Saskatchewan. An early morse operator with the old grand truck railway and a CPR commercial Iclegrapher at Winnipeg, Prince George, B.C., Edmonton a n cl Calg.iry, Funeral service for Reinholdt Schmidt, beloved husband of Mrs. Emma Schmidt of 1919 6th Ave. A. N. who died suddenly in Ihe city Mnnrlav. March 27, 1972. at Ihe in 1931. Mr. Wylie was a of 61 years, was held at mer chairman of the p.m. Saturday in Martin Commercial Telegraphers Union, a member of Memorial Chapel with Pastor Peter Martin officiat- LcthbridRe ami Ridgely Lodge, Winnipeg IOOF; also Pallbearers were William Gcring, Ewalrl and Diethelm member of Concord Ixxige No. 124 AF and AM and A and William S t a n k e, Henry Vogt and Edward Slier- Calqary- Services were held Interment was in Moun- Deep in our hearts you will always stay, ijovcd and remembered every day. remembered by mom( dad. Melody and Janice. 9400 JACQUES FUNERAL HOME, Calgary, Tuesday. Dr. D. J. Corbett officiating. Internment, Queen's Park Cemetery. OLIVER In loving memory u[ a dear wife, mother and j grandmother, Elizabeth Oliver. I who passed away April 5, lOGo. Sweet memories will finger i forever, _ Time cannot change them, it's j true, Years that may come cannot j sever Our loving remembrance of you. remembered, sad- ly missed by her husband j lien, daughter Ruby, Earl sr.d family. 9398 DISCOVER CRVPT FOGGIA, (Italy) Renter) 1 Arclieologist.s have found a I crypt and tunnel containing an i Inii! View Cemetery. Martin ornate copper bell and IS vases Bros Ltd Directors of Fun- i dating from the fourth and fifth cral 'service, was in charge of centuries BC at nearby Orta O 2-PIECE SUITE-Herculon Fabric Reg. Special Monthly 5-P1ECE COIONIAL SUITE. Chesterfield, Chair, 3 Tables. Reg. Special Monthly 2-PIECE CHESTERFIEID SUITE. Nu Vision Furniture. Reg. Special..... 196 JUST RECEIVED! NEW SHIPMENT OF Alloy Fender Gumwall Tires Shifter Protector Bar Disc Spoke Protector MONTHLY yr X IMILUN O' Zcller's entliisive "Zclco" brand continuous filament in solid-colour sculptured patterns. 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