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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 12, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE lEIHURluGc ricRAiu Suitituny, Augu.i 12, 1971 Taber Mennonite Cluirch willi Hev. Mt-nno IJerg- eti I'alll) e a rcrs were Hob (licsbreeht, Harris, Frank Vekony, John Hamves, Charles Xsedely and U'o Interment was in llic Tnber Memorial (hardens. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Tiiher, was in charge of the arrangements. MASSONU Funeral ser- vice for Jolm of Ta- ber, (Hex! in Calgary Sun- day, Aug. G, 1U72 at the age of 7ft years was held at II a.m. Wednesday, Aug. 9, 1972 in St. Augustine's Roman Calholie Church, Taiier, with Rev. Fa- ther Jolm Lehman officiating. Pallbearers were Roy Erick- son, Ah C h o r v i n s k i, Da- vid Holmes, Art Mueller, Gor- don Cell and Charles Fur man. Available by the Doy, Week or Month (with or without operator) Filling e Londieaprng Driveway Excavating Hog Pen Cleaning Corral Cleonfng Hauling Phone 328-4765 1410 2nd Avonuo S. FUNERAL InlermenL was in the Arch- mount Memorial Ciardens. Humphries Kiinrral Home Ltd., Tabor, was in charge of the ar- rangcmenls. CARDS OF THANKS NACiY _ I wish to Ilintik riiy doctor and nurses of Hie Municipal Hospital for the gcxKl cai'c I rccRivwl during my illness. A big thank you to all those Hint visilal me and fni- cni'tls, flowers and ollici' gifts recolvccl. 1'cjter 7057 UUSSKI.l, I wish lo ex- tend my sincere Ihunks lo the doctors, nurses aixl staff on third floor of the Municipal Hos- pital for their care and kind- ness; to all my relatives and friends for their visits, cards, and flowers. It was all very much apprcacintnl. ftmalinc Russell 7020 THE INDEPENDENT OIl- DEIl Court Windy West of Uthbridge have donated a tractor mower to (he Sunrise P.-.nch at Coaldalo. Tlio Lcthl.iyjgc Asso- ciation for the Mentally Retard, ed would like lo express their sincere thanks for the gener- ous gift. This mower will tre put to good use ia caring for the extensive lawns nt the Itanch and the grounds of Ihe residences in 6717 PETERSON f would like to thank the doctors, nurses and staffs of First Hast and Second East, ot St. Michael's Hospital for the excellent cars and many kindnesses given me while a patient. I would also like to thank the many friends who remembered me with visits, cards, flowers and gifts. They were all very much ap- preciated. Peterson, Milk River. 6715 CARD OF THANKS_ SlKDUl. We would like, to express our lieniltelt gratitude mid thankful to the many people who were so help- ful diii'mi; our recent bereave- mont in the loss of our dear mother and grandmother. A special thank you to tier doctor, to the pallbearers, to those who prepared aixl served Hie lunch; to all who offered consolation with words, cards nnd flowers or helped in iiny way to ease our burden. Timnks, too, to T'alher II. Field anil Father N- nnd lo those who offered Miiss cards. family of the late Mrs. F. Kicdel. C71C IN MEMORIAMS CHRUI'KA III loving mem- ory of a dear sun, brother, and uncle, John Clmipka, w h o pas.sed away If vie had all Ihe world to give, We'd give it yes and more, To see ttic face of you clear son, Come smiling through the door. We Ihink of you in uilc'u-e Hut there is nothing left to answer, Just yoin' photo in a frame Our hearts still nehc with sadness, And many tears still flow, For what it meant to lose you No one will ever know. reniemlierecl anil .sadly missed by Mom, Dad, Louis nnd Rose and family. 6706 BEKKZMC'KI In loving memory of my dear i f c, Grace Borcznicki, who passed away August 13, 1171. In tears I .raw you sinking, I watched you facie away, my heart was almost, broken, you fought so hard to stay. God knew that you were suffer- ing. Tl.nt (be hills wcro hard to climb. I lived in tiope and prayed in vain, That God make yon welt again; But some tlay He will tell me why He broke rny heart nnd let you die. remembered nnd sadly missed by your dear husband, Nick Bercznicki. !N MEMORIAMS IIKUKKMCKI In loving memory of a dear mollwr nnd grandmother, Grace licrer.nlcki, who passed uway August 13, 1071. loved nnd remcmter- ed by John, Gladys line! Jim. C7I2 (Oririi) Ill loving memory our dear inolli- sr, grand mot tier ind grcat-grand- notlwr, (J r a c o, vlii> pr.ssed away 13, 1971. Tltosc who love y o u sadly yrnl, reincm- here ci liy Penna, Angle, l.loyd ami Darren, Aiiron, Jxjrric and Delaine. C7M DEItKZNICKI (Oricli) Tn loving memory of a dear moth- er and grandmother, Grace, who passed away August J.t 1971. What would we give her hand to clasp. Her palicnt face to sec; To fiear her voice, to sec her smile, As in the days (bat used to he But some sweet day we'll meet again, Beyond (be toil and strife, And clasp each others' hand once more In heaven (hat happy life. remembered by son Mall, daughter-in-law Lucille and grandsons. 6711 BEIlKZMCKt Tn loving memory of n dear mother, grandmother, Giftco Rerct nicki, who passed away August 13, 1971. A cluster of beautiful mem- ories sprinkled wilh a millioi, tears. Wishing God had spared you Ju.st a few more years, In our hearts ycjur memory lingers, Always tender, fond and true. There's not a day goes by dear mom we do not Ihink of you. laugh, we smile, we play the part, But behind it all lies broken hearts. remembered and always sadly missed by Pally, and Frank, Hodic, Mary Lazarick, Dilly and Diane Orich and grand- children. 6707 IN MEMORIAMS JOHNSON In loving mem- ory of a dear husband and lather, IX'imls Johnson, who passed away August 13, remembered by his wifo Betty and family. 6713 In loving memory of a dear mother, grandmother and great-grand- mother, Grace, who passed away August 13, 1971. rcmemliorcd hy daughter Hose, Hob, grand- daughter Charlcne, John find Kim. 6710 JOHNSON In loving mem- ory of a dear son, Denny, who passed away August Ki, 'l96D. Nothing CMII ever take away The lovo a heart holds clear, Fond memories linger every day, Remembrance keeps him near. remembered and sadly missed by mom and dad. 6703 Deaths yesterday lly Tilt': CANADIAN I'llKSS Vopni, former president of tho Cana- dian Weekly Newspapers Asso- ciation, nnd a publisher for 35 years. tlfipsnb, Nordit, 72, Swedish nnthor of some 30 novels, the best known about the hard life in Lapland in northern Sweden. WIDK .SIGHT A horse can see nearly straight back and straight ahead at ttie same lime. SAND GRAVEL ASPHALT NEED FOR HARVESTING OR MOVING? RENT OURS! 1 WITH DUALS 8'xl2'x35' BOX AND HOIST STOCK RACKS AND TARP Alio nvailciblo for rent PINTO MAVERICK TORINO CALL NOWI DUNLOP FORD SALES LTD. 16lh Avenue and M.M. Drive S., lethbridga Box 1234 Phone 320-8861 MEMBER FORD RENTACAR SYSTEM and TUESDAY ONLY! AUGUST 14th and 15fh THESE SPECIALS IN EFFECT ONLY AT CENTRE VILLAGE IGA-LETHBRIDGE WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES PRICES IN EFFECT UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, AUGUST 12th! ALBERTA WHITE FINE GRANULATED PURITY PAPER BAGS MONARCH ASSORTED POUCH PACK PAN BUNS TABiERITE READY TO EAT HALF OR WHOLE Ib. BACON ENDS BURNS ML pkg.... 3 for PLUMS WASHINGTON CANADA NO. 1 4 Ibs.... SPARES CALIFORNIA GREEN SEEDLESS CANADA NO. 1 3 Ibs..... JUMBO CANTALOUPE 4 for............ ;