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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 1972 TNI UTJUUDOE HJDUUp 31 1 7w Boyle's Ll 1-3 y cH. Lt ft'L't CltlsUj HAL DOYLE d f? i m i o nt vv7- -JI'Lcuifa, Un YORK (AP) Re- o marks thai a dogcatcher Rets lircd of hearing: h arf, here comes i i Barker, you're a i BIRTH OF worst friend." Don't worry, Prince. He h Phyllis and Funeral service for 1 MOE I wish lo touch you as long as I Dickson ol Warner, ore protiu Leslie Cook, nil Ilioso wlio sent you on the le-ash." to announce tte birth ot of Mrs. Fayc Cook cards and (lowers, is it you generally c second grandchild, Shane who died in the community in general only little stray dogs, topher, April 5th. A April 7, 1972, at kindness and and let tlie big ones gel i [or Brent. Proud parents ol 68 years, was held sympathy shown lo me You're not scared of Sharon and Phil Dickson, Monday. April 10, my recent bereavement, arc you t monton. Ihe Magratli LDS thanks to those who soon as he slarts clias- 1 Bishop R Mark Pallbearers- Hanscn, and to kids, lei's open the rear r HF Holman, Ken also >o the UCA 1 Critchfield, Gilbert Lutheran Church for CIIUGG Passed away In Edmonton on Monday, April 10, 1072, Mrs. Rosa Chugg, at the age of 67 years, beloved wife of tlie late George Edward Chugg. The [uncral service will Robert and John Cook, ntcrmcnt was in the Mngrain Cemetery. Clirislcnsen Salmon runcral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the lunch. Moe. We wish lo sincerely lhank all who tent held on Thursday al p.m. in Martin iiros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avo. S., with Rev. W. Demaerc officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. It lias been requested by the Grand Noble that members of t li c Dominion Rebckah Lodge No. 41 fltlend this service il possible. MARTIN' BROS. LTD., Directors of (u-neral Service. Funeral .service "or Noel Blair, beloved wife of Sam Blair ol Picture Butte who died in the city Sunday, April 2, 1972, at the age of Gfl years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, April c, 1972, in the Chrislenscn Chapel Mr. Keith Bobbins officiating. Pallbearers were Don and Gerald Herent, Hans Ilothlin, Hay Fin-ey, Kent Hague and Jobn Bar-rons. Interment was in symytthy. Mass cards, flowers and food to our home .inn lo those who phoned their and sirx-ere expressions of sympathy, during our recent bcrcavemcnl. A special thanks lo p'alhsrs Viney and Ciilics for their kindness and spiritual help: the altar buys, nalihearers, the doctor, nurses staff of the Lcthbridge Municipal Hospital and of the Edith Cavclf Nursing Home and to all who helped and View Cemeterv. residence and to Salmon Fmieral of OST Tuesday, April 10, 1972, Mr. Paul Gnstav Osl, Directors of Funeral Siray families. M years. Pmieceased by was in charge of Hie wile, Margareltn in IGfti ar.d We wish eon. Albert in 1WM. .Survivors are two (laughters, Mrs. Gertrude Groves, DeBolt, Alherla, and Mrs. Gilbert (Elsie) Vooys ot Milo, Alberta: four sons, Carl, Paul Jr., Tim Osl. all ol Lomond, Tiny Osl of Vulcan. Born in Tsssenburg. Germany, he came to America in 10D9, solllintf in Prairie, Minn, In 1903 he came to Funeral service for Ronald Eichhoi'n. he-loved son ol Mrs. Kthel Eich-horn of Grassy Lake died al Coaldalc Wednesday, April 3, 1972, at the age of 2-1 years, ivns held at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 8, 1972, in the Grassy Lake Community Hall willi Rev. Kenneth Morris thank al? those who helped in so many ways during Hie loss of cur sen and brolher, Rick. To the many (too numerous lo acknowledge individually) who sent cards and ufv.l focd lo our hDme. A special thanks lo Rev. Hob Smith, Ihc girls sang, and, to Rick's friends who were pallbearers and for all Ihe kindness Alberta where he has resided since, Mr. Osl was married Pallbearers were Robert and Barry Rushford, from friends when H WES truly needed. Thanks also to -r> I9C9. Services at the Bethany Lutheran Church, Roy McMurren, Ilcg Massong and Brian of the Hoyal Purple Lodge and lo those persons who Thursday at p.m., Interment was in to Hie Dr. Emil up Haltering veil hats J. Rismiller a b e r Memorial pastels and basic colors for ment Lomond Cemetery. Funeral Home The ChabUIon and summer. lieu of flowers donations may be made to 111 c Lutheran Church Fund, Lomond, SMITH FUNERAL HOME, Brooks, Directors of Directors ol Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CAIIJ) Funeral service veil hats cost little to make and keep your hairdo prettily in place. Pattern 7054: pattern pieces for six new Kalie W. Card, In loving veil hju.s. of the laic Stewart of datl, Henry Schmidt, FIVE CENTS SHERMAN' Passed awav In Calflary on Mondav, April 10th, 1972. following a "brief illness, Mrs. Ada May Sherman, at the age o( 47 years, of Raymond who died there, Friday, April 7, 1972, at Iho age of years, was held at 2 p.m. Monday. April 10, 1072. in the Raymond Fourth awny April 12, 1969 anc mother, Elizabeth Schmidt, who passed away August 1, 1036. remembered by Garry and tor each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pallern for firsl-class mailing and special handling to wife of Mr. Herman Sherman of Nobleford. Born and raised in Cereal, Alberta, the late Mrs. Sherman moved lo the Nobleford District in 1949 and has resided there until her passing. Besides her loving husband, she is survived by one daughter, Audrey R. with Elcier W. Barker Sleman officiating. Active pallbearers were Gordon and Max Powclson, Art Graliitan, Alva Richardson, Wasiic, Brian Frank S. and Reed Card, Ted S. King, Grant Hall, Fred Miller anrl Arnold Harris. Honorary pallbearers were Bill and Tom Wilbeck, J. 0. HARVEY In loving memory of a dear husbETid end lalh-er, Howard, wlio passed away April ]0, 1971. We never knew that morning. Wto sorrow the day would bring, The blow was sudden, LETHBRTDGE IIEH.VLD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Slreet West Toronto 1, Ontario man and one son, Hoy L. Sherman, both at home: three sisters, Mrs. H. (Versa) Brack-man, Kelowna, B.C., Mrs, V. (Dorothy) Emerson, Kclowna, Mrs. A. (Audrey) Vaile, Lomond. She was predeceased by one sister. Th3 funeral service will be held on Friday al p.m. ill Marlin Bros. L. Holman, Louis Brand-ley, Frclen Dahl, Dr. J. S. Madill, L. A. Wood and Jerry J. Ball. Interment was in the family plot in the Temple Hill Cemetery at Raymond. Cliris-lensen Salmon Funeral Home Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the severe, To lose Ihe one we loved so dear. We miss Ills smile, his cheerful way, We miss the things he used to say, When hanpy days we oft recall, Tis (hen we miss him RIAL CHAPEL. 703 Mill SI. with Mr. Dale Ford Lovingly remembered Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. OF wife Margaret, son Jim and Eileen, BROS. LTD., Directors of i i neral i would line lo lhank all the doctors and of the I.C.U. and tire First East for the care given DOBEK JohJi L. in St. Michael's vue, beloved husband of Ann Dobek, passed away in lo my friends and relatives for visits, cards, Crowsnest Pass Hospital, day, April 10, 1972, at age E. Burgess years. He was bom in Czechoslovakia, June 9, I wish to extend He came to Canada in 1901 thank you to the (CP) tling in the Burmis district nurses and staff of will Iry to i around 1912 moved lo St. Michaels hospital public i i more, where he has Lethbridgc Auxiliary provincial i