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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 10, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, August 10, 1971 t? I rA P fjii'llu, Jjeatli-t, -rniirmtJ, Canh Of Jn BIRTHS DEATHS KORTT Mr. and Mrs. OVAltn Emma Tillack, Korlt arc pleased lo announce I passed away in Lclhbridge on Ihc "jirth of their son, .Jason Friday, August fi. 1971. a1 Ihe Dean born August 7, 1971 at St. age of 93 years, beloved wife of Michael's Hospital. 739G Ihe late Mr, George Ovard. Fu- neral services will be held Wednesday, August 11, 1971 at p.m. in the Stirling I.DS rhapc-1, will] Elder Wayne Hartley officiating. Interment rill follow in Lhe Stirling Ccme- BUItNS Gordon and Diane (nee. Gibson) of Pincher Creek wish to announce Ihe arrival of their chosen daughter, Paige Alison, a sisier to Timmy and Todd. 73SI5 i tery. Friends may meet the family from p.m. prior to Ihe ocrvice, in Ihe Relief Soci- i ety room of the church. Chris- DEATHS lensen Salmon Funeral Home Lid., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. CG724 I1ANNA Passed away in the cily on Tuesday, August 10, 1971, Mrs. Bertha Hanna. a1 Ihe Passed away age of IS years, of Diamond ;n Westminster, B.C. on Cily. Funeral aiTangerr.ents Wednesday, July 20, 1971, John Olshaski of K5 Joyce St., Co- quitlam, i will be announced when com- pleted. MAirnX BROS. LTD., Direclors of Funeral Service. CG723 04 years. Bora in Kingston, Pennsylvania, the late Mr. Olshaski came to Leth- J bridge wilh his parenls as a child. They fanned in west _ Carolina, passed j Lelhbridge for many years, ivav in the cily on Monday, Mr. Olshaski married and ugu'l 9 1971 at Ihe age of 71 farmed at Leavitt until the RO'I'II Augurt years beloved mother of .lack Both of Lclhbridge. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. Christcnsen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., in chan'e uf arrangements. CB726 passing of his first wife Cath- erine. He then moved to Leth- bridgc and worked in various mines. He married the former Mary Yanosik in 192-1. fn 1M1 ho moved to New Westminster, where he has resided until his passing. Survived by his loving i wife Mary; one son Alex, Port Coquitlam, B.C.; one daughter, I1AYNES Warren, passed i A ,Anne Louise) Jar. away in Taber following a I Le-imrndgo-; eight grand- lengthy illness, on Sunday. Au- 1 10 grcat _ griradchil- gust S, at the age of ,C two Matthew, beloved husband of white Rock B c Ellen (Dolly) Haynes of Taber. sllaughllcssj Uvo Mr Mr. Haynes was born in Hoop- j Mary anr, Minn Peter js. er. Utah on June 3, 1901. Tic brother came lo Canada in inn, with; Joe> M of utllbridge. prayers his parents. John and Mary I werc M at Haynes, setting in laber p m in o[ Falima n-here he has lived and farmed all his life, retiring in 1950 due to ill health. He was a member Church, where Requiem Mass was celebrated Saturday, July 31 at a.m., Father Guy of the Moose Lodge for over 23 years and a member of Ihe L.D.S. Church. Left to mourn his "assing besides his loving wife, are one son, George of Great Falls. Montana; one daughter Mrs Bernard Price of Taber: nine grand-1 Coleman, passed away sudden- brother, Leslie of ry in Jamaica on Wednesday, Midland O.M.L celebrant. In- lenuent, Burquitlam Ceme- tery. Columbia Funeral Home, Diri-clors. 7402 OXDKUS Mark A., ot children; one bi New Westminster, B.C.: three sisters, Mrs. Hy (Reba- Kvans of Hurley, Idaho, (Sarah) "Harding of Kimberley, B.C. and Mrs. William (Myr- tle) Skelton of Calgary. Funer- al service, will be held in Ihe Taber Slake Chapel on Wed- nesday. August 11. 1971 at p.m., wilh Bishop Hoy Harris officiating and Ray B.'Evanson conducting. Inlerment will fol- low in (he Taber Memorial Gardens Friends may meet the family and pay their re- spects from p.m. prior to the service, in the Relief Soci- ety Room of the church. Chris- tenser Salmon Funeral Home d November 23, 1949, he was in- August 1971. at the age of 21 Born in Coleman on solved, at the lime oi his deatii, in teaching school with the Can- adian University Studenls Over- seas, Survivors include his par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. John Ondrus of Coleman; tliree sisters, Moni- ca. Nanaimo, B.C., Marianne and Mai Lee and one brother Michael, all residing in Cole- man. will be said in the Holy Ghost Catholic Church in Coleman on Tuesday eve- ning nt p.m. Requiem Mass lo he said in conjuction with the funeral of the late great uncle Joseph Henry Kap- Ltd Directors of Funeral Ser- alka, will be offered in the vice CG723 Catholic Church in Coleman on Wednesday, August 11 at a.m. Interment to follow in Ihe Coleman Catholic Cemelery. In HEATHERSHAW Passed away in Cardston on Sunday, August B, 1B71. Mr. George Washington Heathershaw, at the age oi 98 I years, of Mag- The late Mr. Heat h c r- shaw was horn gj October 3, 1372 v'jfflijn in rJe pe lONva, j and was the I eldest of nine the family. He came to Canada at the age of 27 years, in 1900, with his wife Muriel, and settled in the Mag- rath area in 1904 as the Mas- sey Harris farm implcrr.e-t dealer. He was a pioneer in the early farming days in southern Alberta. In 1914. Mr. Hcalher- shaw purchased a farm of his children own, half-way between the Mc- Intyre Ranch soulh of Mag- rath and Ihe town itself. The Heathershaw "omcstcad be- lieu of flowers, persons wishing may donate to (he Dr. E. Aiello Memorial Fund, care of Crows- nest Pass Hospital, Blairmore. Fantin Chapels Ltd., is in charge. C6fi95A PETERSFN Passed away in Ihe city on Sunday, August 8, 1971. following a brief ill- ness, Mrs. Em- ma Eliza Pe- te r s e n (nee at the age of 77 years, beloved wife of Mr. Albert Pe- terscn of nlfi 23 Street S o u t h. Born in Peakc's R o a o, Ki'ig's County, Prince Edward Island in 1394, Ihe late Mrs. Polersen came west lo Winnipeg in liilO and resided (here until when she came lo Lethbridp.e. She mar- ried Mr. Albert John Pelerscn in Lelhbridpe in 19m and has came a stopping point lor most; lo live here until her people from the Milk Paver Besides her loving Ridge lease country, and when snc js Sun.jvei. roads and weather were bad, jirs. Dorothy the house often served as an Mclvin Lellibridge; one son, holel fcr many non-j w.irrcn Mills. Lethbridge; paying guests. It wa.s always fivn grandchildren, in grcat- opcn lo all Mr. llcathcrshaw was an avid sportsman and was one of mnsl faithful fans. In the past half century or more, he never missed a world scries game, T. be enjoyed the game so. li younger days, he was an adivc supporter of local baseball and Softball games and he encour- aged many Magralh and dis- trict boys to take part in this and other sporls. lie was a member of Ihe Masonic Ixxlge and Pcmtnican Club, lie wa.s predeceased by his wife Muriel in March Magralh in in- deed proud lo have known oldest man. The funeral service will he held at p.m. on Wednesday in Ihe Magralh United Church, with Rev. Drian Jones officiating. Internment will follow in the family plot, Mountain View CniHery. MAH- TIN BHOK. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. gran grandchildren; one sister, .Mrs. Hannah BclLs, Toronto, two brothers. Mr. Ruben Birt, Bos- ton. Mass, and Mr. Temple Berlin. New Hampshire. She was predeceased by her first hushand. Mr. Mills in and hy her son, Earl in 1959. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Wed- nesday in MARTIN BROS. 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