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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta JLjeciths, net ms DEATH may don.ile lo the Alberla ments by EDEN'S KUNKHAL HOME LTD., Kort Mac-lend. FUNERAL STUKTEVANT Funeral service for Sturlevanl, be- loved husband of Mrs. Lillicu Sturtcvant of 829 6lh SI. X. who died suddenly Thursday, April 13, 1972, at the ago of 90 years, upas held at p.m. Saturday in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliot officiating. Pallbearers were Bryon and Darris Siurlc- vanl, Tommylee Taylor, Brian Gilborn, Ron Jensen and Dennis Taylor. Honorary pallbearers were Elmer Drownlec, Albert Conway, Dick Losey, Robert Carrels, Glen Rimmer, Ritchie Irwin, Joe Wilson, Tom Cnrgill, Edward Teller, Gerald Hoe and Carl Thompson. Inlermcnl was In the family plot in Arch- mount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direclors o[ Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. View Cemetery. Martin 'Hrus. Ltd., Direclors ul Funer- al Service, way in charge of the arrangements. SIIEH.MA.V Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Ada May Shra- nian, beloved of Mr. Her- man Shermnn of Kobleford who died al Calgary Monday, April 10. 1B72, at Ihe age of 47 was held at p.m. Friday in Marlin Hros. Mem- orial Chapel, id.] ISlli St. N., with Mr. Dale Ford ofliclatLjig. Pallbearers were Al Jack Sherman, Rudy Lange, I Mclvin and Herman Ilann arid I Waller Zech. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- lin Bros. Ltd., Directors of TLll.NT.U We would like lo thank everyone who altondcd our open hoiiie the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kuelm; also for the lovely gifts we received. and Wayne Turner. !07 BURN'S wish lo extend our sincere thanks and appre- ciation lo our many friends, neighbors and relatives for their expressions and cards of sym- pathy, lovely flowers, donations and many acts of kindness dur- ing our recent bereavements. Mrs. Malicl Burns and familv 22J K1C1IHORX We would like lo express our slncc-re gratitude lo our friends helped in any way' during our recent be- reavement. A special thanks to the Humphries Fu- neral Home; and the ladies of the community for serving lunch. Eichlwm and family. 151-18 GLOEll I would like lo thank iny doctors and nurses for the good care I got while a patient in the Municipal Hospi- tal, and for all who visited me and for Hie flowers, cards, I thank you one and atl. C. II. Glow- Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS MARTIN I wish to tliank Mr. and Mrs. Paskuski and all (ho staff of the Edith C'avell Nursing Home for Ihcir kind- ness to my husband. Mrs. Annie Martin Dl.AIlt We wish lo ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to our many friends and neighbors for their expres- sions of sympathy in our