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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 18, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta April 18, 1972 THE IfTHBRIDGC HERAID 23 jbeciths, j-unerals, Of C7LJ.S, JWemoriams DEATHS PILLING Passed away in the city on Monday, April 17, 1972, Mrs. Jane Pilling, at the age of 47 years, beloved wife of Mr. Conrad Pilling of 2202 8th Avenue A S. Funeral arrange- ments will bo announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1390 NEMETH Passed away suddenly in the city on Satur- day, April 15, 1072, Mr. Steve Nemeth at the. age of 07 years, beloved husband o! Mrs. Annie Nemeth of 721 7th St. S. Pray- ers will be said at p.m on Tuesday (tonight) in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAP EL, 812 3 Avenue S. Requiem Mass will be celebrated a' a.m. on Wednesday inSt Patrick's Catholic Church, will Rev. Father M. Gillis O.M.I celebrant. Interment will to! low in the family plot, Moun Calvary section, Mountain Viev Cemetery. MARTIN' BROS LTD. Directors of Funeral Ser vice. C139 uddealy in the city on Monday, Ipril 17, 1972, Mr, John Ing- lam, at the age of 89 years, be- ovccl husband of Mrs. Lime ngham of 710 Mb Avenue S. Funeral arrangements will ho announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- ors of Funeral Service. C1383 DEATHS DEATH 1NGIIAM Passed away uuNBAIt Passed away TRULL Marie Louise Ger- trude, passed away in Milk Ri- ver on Sunday, April 16, 1972 at the age ot 75 years, beloved wife of Andrew Thull of Milk River. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chape! on Wednesday, April 10 at p.m., with Rev. Graham Dickie officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Archmount Memor- ial Gardens. Flowers gratefully declined. Donations may be made to the Alberta Heart Fund (1705 15 St. CHRIS- TENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C13S8 Monday, April 17, 1972, Frieda iialhilde Dunbar, aged 85 years of Fort Macleod. Born at Vest Point, Nebraska, she moved to the Spring Point dis- trict west of Fort Macleod in 1895. She married William DUII- lar in 1903 and they ranched st Beaver Creek until 1920, when they moved to Fort Mac- leod. In 1033 they moved to High River, where Mr. Dunbar predeceased her in 1910. She resided in High River and Cal- gary until retiring to Fort Mac- leod in 1059, where she has re- sided since. She was a mem- ber of NIC Mountain View Rebc- kah Lodge No. Survived by three sons, Dave Fort Macleod. Bill. Valley view, Clarence of Calgary; ono daughter, Mrs. E. (Margaret) .lasman, Fort Mac- leod; seven grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren; two brothers, Albert and Max Sorge oi Weslfield; one sister, Mrs. Flora Welch, Calgary. Prede- ceased by one son Allan DEATH may donate to the Alberta Icart Fund. Funeral arrange- ments by EDEN'S FUNERAL IOME LTD., Fort Macleod. April 15, 1972, Norman Kennedy, aged 75 years, beloved husband of Mrs. 'Marjorie Kilkham of No. 9, White Oake Trailer Court, 5280 King George High- way, North Surrey, B.C. Be- sides Ws wife lie is survived by four sons, Norman and of Manchester, Peter Kirkham, Ontario and David, Brian, both England, Dr London, Calgary, Alia.; two daughters, Mrs. Peter (Pat) Worsley, Cheshire, England and Mrs. George (Sheila) IJghtbound, Calgary; 18 grandchildren and two brothers, both oi England Service at the GARDEN CHAPEL (Foster Funeral Ilame) 5-10 IGth Ave. N.W. Calgary, Wednesday at 3 p.m. Rev. Harry Kapcikis of Higli- wood Lutheran Church official ing. Cremation. In lieu of flow ers, if friends desire, kindly send donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, 231 7In Ave. S.E., Calgary. FUNERALS Clll'co Funeral service lor Mrs. Rosa Chugg, beloved wife of the late George Edward Chugg who died Mon- day, April 10. 19V2, at Edmon- ton, was held at p.m. Thursday in Martin Bros. Tra- ditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S. with Rev. W. Demaere offi- ciating. Pallbearers were Cal- vin and Lloyd Chugg. Darrcl Dcgaust, Bradford Cuell and Darrel and Terr.mcc Rosainc, Interment was in the Moun- tain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direclors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS CARDS THANKS KIC'IIHOHX We would like IN MEMORIAM 'I Ull.M'.H would like U> Ihiink everyone who our house fit the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Kuolm; also for tlie lovely gifts we received. Heather and Wayne TurncT. !C7 BURNS wish lo extern! our sincere tlianks and appre- ciation to our many friends. neighbors ntid relalives for (heir to express our sincere gratitude to all our friends wtio helped in any way during our recent be- reavement. A special thanks to the pallbearers, Humphries Fii- ncral Home; and the ladies of the community (or serving lunch. Eichbom and family. 151-18 KTTRTEVANT We wish to id appreciation to our m .1 n y and many acls of kindness our-, neighbors for their expressions of sympathy in the nClBlHJOlb UUU I ulillivL-a iwi vuvn i STl HI 1 WISH u expressions and cards of sym-! our sincere thanks anc pathy, lovely flowers, donations apprecjation to our m a n j inn our recent bereavements. I Mrs. Mabel Burns and family i 224 FUNERAL STUllTEVANT funeral service for Lee Sturtevant, be- loved husband of Mrs. Milieu Sturtevant of 829 6th St. S. who died suddenly Thursday, April 13, 1972, at the age ot 90 years, was held at p.m. Saturday Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, Rev. Dr. B. W. K. Elliot officiating. Pallbearers were Bryon and Darris Sturlc- it, Tom my lee Taylor, Brian Albert Taylor. Honorary pall were Elmer Brownlee, Conway, Dick Losey, Robert Carrels, Glen Rimmer, Ritchie Irwin Joe Wilson, Tom Edward Teller, Gerald Hoe and Carl Thompson. Interment SHERMAN' Funeral ser- vice for Mrs. Ada May Sher- man, beloved wife of Mr. Her- man Sherman of Nobleford who died at Calgary Monday. April 10. 1872. at the age of 47 years, was held at p.m. Friday in Martin Bros. Mem- orial Chapel. 703 13lh St. N., with Mr. Dale Ford officiating. Pallbearers were Al Jack Sherman, Hudy Lange, Mclvin and Herman llann and Waller Zech. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS M MU'IN __ I wish to thank Mr.'and Mrs. Paskuski and all the staff of the Edith Cavell Nursing Home for their kind- I'OEIl I would like to thank my doctors and nurses for the good care 1 got while a patient in (he Municipal Hospi- tal, and for all who visited me and for Hie flowers, cards, I thank you one and all. C.'ll. Glocr 223 BLAIll We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks and appreciation to our many friends and neighbors for their expres- sions of sympathy in.our deep sorrow; also for the floral trib- utes and many arts of kindness during Noel's stay in Ilic hospi- tals. want to thank the nurses of the Lethbridgc Hos- pital and ths Picture Buttc Mu- nicipal Hospital for their kind care during the many weeks. A very special thank you goes to the doctors of the Haig Clinic. Blair and family. loss of our beloved husband, father and grandfather; also for the floral tributes and m any acts of kindness shown us. Thank you to the pallbearers, honorary pallbearers, Rev. Dr. R W. K. Elliott and the soloist, Mrs. E. Mills. A special thank you to the ladies of the Lucky Strike district for their lovely lunch and to all those who helped in any way. Lillian Sturtevant and family. IN MEMORIALS DAVIDSON In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, son and brother. Bill, who passed away 18, 1971. Always a lonely heartache, Often a silent tear, But always a beautiful memory, Of one we loved so dear. missed by his wife, Wendy, mom, dad and brother.' 227 orv of a dear husband and father, John Reimer, who pass- ed away April 18, 1971. To The One Who's Left Behind We did not know him very long, It was just about a year. His laughing eyes, (hat friend- ly smile, And jlways full of cheer. He had "great hopes, Ideals and dreams, Not one to lag behind. To go ahead, expand and grow Was what he bad in mind. You knew him better than tho rest, Just what he had in mind. To do for you and tlwse he loveJ, Progressive was his kind. Don't let him down, aix! don't hold hack. Keep right on going, walk ill his tracks Do as ho'd do if he were here, He hasn't gone, he's oh! 5" near. He'll help you on your way. And make your dreams come true. Continue on, he's by your fide Just make him proud of you. He lived on wings, and left the same, The sun sets where he'll stay. And when you to call on him, He won't be tar away. remembered by hh wife Vcra and family. KJELDGAARD Ada T., passed away in the city on Sunday, April IGth. 1972 at the age of 60 years. Beloved wife o( Harvey P. KjeUlgaard of 605 Stafford Place. Mrs. Kjeld- larcTwas born in Bow Island, LAYERS Passed away in he city on Sunday, April 1G, 972, following a very brief ill- ness, Rev. Oswald Rothsay La- yers at the age of 85 years of 424 14th St. S., beloved hus- band of the late Mrs. Marga- ret M. Lavcrs. The late Rev. Lavers was born and raised in Georgetown, Prince Edward Island. He came west to Cal- gary in 1907 where he took his teacher training, later to he- come Principal of the High School at Didsbury, Alberta. He later returned lo the east to attend Queen's University, where he gained his degrees of Bachelor of Arts and Divinity, and where he was also award- ed the Queen's Travelling Re- search Fellowship, which he was later to make use of at the University of Chicago. He grad- uated in 1916 and also was or- dained as a minister of the Presbyterian Church in Canada in Kingston, Ontario. That year also was the year of his mar- riage to a fellow student at Queen's, the former Margaret McKinley Carr of Sarnia, On- tario. They were married on Alherta on February She was raised and 10, 1912. received her education there. She moved to Lethbridge in 1932 where she resided until the time ot her passing. Besides her loving husband, Harvey, she Is sur- vived by two sons, Jerald of Chico, Calif, and Dennis of Lethbridge; nine grandchil- dren; two brothers, Allan Hagen of Lethbridge and Alvin (Toss) Hagen of Kimherley, B.C.; three sisters, Mrs. Clara Lar- son of Lethbridge, Mrs. Mabel Fallows of Burnaby, B.C. and prede- Mrs. Hilda Roth" of Prince George. B.C. She was ceased by one son, Stanley in 1939; one daughter, Harlene in 1968 and one sister, Ester. Fu- neral services will be held in Southminster United Church on Wednesday, April !0th at 11 a.m., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will follow in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTEN- SEN7 S A I, M 0 N FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Fu- neral Service. C1387 SMITH Margaret, passed away in the city on Sunday, April IB, 1972 at the age of 51 years, beloved wife of Geroge S. Smith of 11-in Lakcvicw Dr. Mrs. Smith was born in Prince Rupert. B.C. on November 25, She moved to Lethbridge in where she has resided until (he time of her passing. Christmas Day. Rev. Lavers first work in the ministry was in Northern Ontario, before he moved west again to take up a charge in the Youngstown Hanna area of Alberta. In 1910 he went to Chicago with his wife and first son, James, for his Post-Graduate studies a the University of Chicago, ma joring in Sociology. Followin completion of his Post-Grad uate work (during which tim ho went into the prisons, work houses and delinquent Boy Homes, to gather informatio for his he returned Southern Alberta where he hel many Pastoral Charges over the years until his retirement in 1066. During his fifly years in the Ministry he was a strong advocate of the Ecumenical movement, working for the creation of the United Church of Canada. He preached in this regard in many Presbyterian and Methodist pulpit in South- ern Alberta and was very dili- gent in this endeavour. lie was a staunch member of the Alum- nae Association, Queen's Uni- versity, Kingston, Ontario, a member of Uie Masonic Order, and a member of the official Board, Southminbier United Church. The late licv. Lavers resided in Medicine Hat for some time and while in his late seventies, slill conducted two services every Sunday in iiverside Presbyterian Church lierc and at tlic Research SUi- ion at Suffield. He moved to Lcthbridge in 1968 and has re She worked as a Nurse for seven years and she was an active "member o( her Church. Besides her husband Geroge, she is survived by three daugh- ters, Mrs. James (Barbara) Stearns of Grande Prairie and Carol and Gayle at horns; four sor.s, David, Douglas, Bruce and Craig all at home; her mother and step-father, Mabel and Oliver Jcnkinson of Vic- toria, B.C.; ono brother. Bill Fuller of Seattle and two sis- ters, Mrs. Dorothy Jackson am. Mrs. Helen Irvine, both of Vic- toria. She was predeceased by one sister, Myrna Wilson in IEB8. Funeral services will be lield in the McKillop United Church on Wednesday, April 19lh at p.m., with Rev. Florence Wilkinson officiating. Cremation lo follow. Donations may he made to the Canadian Cancer Society. -Iflfl Canada Trust Pldg.. CHRISTF.NSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C1386 sided here his passing. Ife was predeceased by his lov ing wife, Margaret in May, 1969 and by one son. James Os- wald Lavers in 1937. He is sur- vived by two sons, Dr. George D. Lavers, Tulare, California and Mr. Thomas E. Lavers, ridge; five grandchildren and one sister, Mrs. Muriel Maclnnis. Hunter River Vil- lage, Prince Edward Island. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at p.m. in Southminstcr United Church, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Family plot, Moiui- lain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue South, phone 328-2381, (Courtesy park- ing at the rear of the Chapel) Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bldg. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral Service. C1302 was In the family plot in Arch- SIMPSONS SAVE! SEASON TOR OIL Reg. 79? C QT. 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