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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta CvrJs Of BIRTH COUPLAND Bob and Di- ana arc pleased lo announce tli 2 birth of a son, Zachary Austin Howell, torn February 17, 1972 nl St. Mk'bacl's Ilcspi- tal. Ijisurcd. '27D DEATHS AXDIJnSOX Passed away in Ilic city on Tiictday, Feliru- ary 22, 1C72, Miss Florence An- derson, al the sge of 5B years of Warner. Funeral arrange merits will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors ol Funeral Service. C209 WHEELER Passed away suddenly in the city on Mon- day, February 21, 1972, Mr. At'.ilcy Wheeler, at the age of G2 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Margaret Etta Wheeler 268 7th Avc. A. SouUi. The late Mr. Wheller was retired from Ills Bank of Montreal. Besides his loving wife he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Mar- garet Lynn Pecknold, Cham- Wy. Quebec, Mrs. Kalhcrine Anne Zilkalns, Dp-den, Ont.; one son, Mr. William I v e s Wheeler, Vancouver; five grandchildren; his mother, Mrs. MaM Wheeler, Bury, Quebec, and one brother. Mr. Mussel Wheeler, Sherbroolt, Quebec. Tim funeral service mil be held on Thursday at p.m., in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Avenue S., with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Cremation mil follow. Friends may donate to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD Directors of Funeral Service. C298 DEATHS ALLEN Passed away in on Friday, February IB, 1012, following a brief ill- ness, Mr. Frank Ernest Allen, ii the age of years of Ma- graJi. The funeral service will lie held on Wednesday al p.m., in UB Magralh United Church, with Rev. C. Car- noc-Iian officiating. Infennent v.ill lollow in Hie Magralh Cem- Dtary. Those who wish may do- nate lo the Magralh United Church Menvrial Fund. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice. C301 MIDDLETON Passed away on Sunday, February 20, 1972 at Carson City, Nevada, James Sahlen Middleton, aged 30 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Jeanne Middleton of Car- son City and beloved son of Mrs. C. S. Middleton of Fort Macleod. Funeral services will be held in Christ Church (An- Fort Macleod on Thursday, February 24 at 11 a.m., Rev. H. Hunt officiating. Interment in Walerton Lakes Nalional Perk. Friends who wish may donate lo the Cana- dian Cancer Society, tare of Fort Macleod drug stores. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C29G TYSON Passed away in Hie city on Monday, February 21, 1972, following a brief ill- ness. Mcs. Jessie McKcnrie Tyson, El the aga of 01 years, beloved wife of Mr. Douglas Joseph Tyson, of 1006 Stafford Place. The late Mrs. Tyson was born in Roland, Manitoba nnd nflcr residing in Alberta since 1944, she came from Cardston to Lethbridge ill where she has resided until her passing. Besides her loving hufband she is survived by three daughters, Airs. UaneU A. S'.. John. Cold Lake, Al- berta. Mrs, (Barbara) J. Mc- Dermid, Toronto, Miss Patrica Tyson at home; one son Mr. Jlobcrt Tyson, of Thompson, Manitoba; lour grandchildren; hvo sisters. Mrs. Edith Mc- Kinnon, Toronto, Mrs. Gertrude Vt'lraipcg and one broth- er, Mr. T. Kenneth Higgins, of Vancouver. The funeral service v.ill be held on Thursday at p.m in Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL, with Rev. R. Urisfielci officiating. Inter- ment uill follow in Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mai-tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPIiL, 7G3 13 St. N. phone 328-2.1G1. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C300 FUNERALS SHAW Funeral service for Mrs. Doris Mary Louise Shaw, beloved wife of Mr. Earl Vin- cent Shaw, who died Feb. 13, 1972 at the age of. 63 years, was held at a.m. Wednes day, Feb. 16 in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel with ROT. E. R. Doyle officiating. Crema- tion followed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. CHOMOS Funeral service for Alex Chomos, who died at Taber Tuesday, Feb. 15, 1972, at the age ol 50 years, was held at a.m. Saturday, Feb. 1972, in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Ta- ber, with Rev. Burke Hoschka t h c celebrant. Pallbearers were SLevc Sriglic, John Onda, Hugo Nickoluson, Joseph Or- ban, Dick Morgan and Ken Gardner. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Garden. Hum- phries Funeral Home Ltd., Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charg of the arrangements. 5COVHAE Sarah Eliza- beth passed away in Raymond on Sunday. Febru- ary 20lh, 1972. at the age of R4 years, beloved wife of the late Asa P. Ecoville of Raymond. Mrs. Sccvillc was born in Ilcber City, Utah., September 12th, 1887 and came to Canada in was married to Asa P. Scoville on to live in Raunond for Ihc resl of Iicr life. She an active nicm- IKT of the Latter-day Saint Clnirch. an immaculate liotisckfL'p: r loved a (Mod Sh." lf.ivc.5 lo mourn p.i-sin.u children; sims. Lamar aurt Cioidon of Raymond and Harold of Spf.iKlin. AlljiT'la; four daugh- ters. Moms (Helen) Holt, Mrs. I.cDov Inez) Hall and Mrs. Ira (Vinnn) Bourne all of Raymond and Mrs Harris (LaVon) Hall of U-thbridge; 35 grandchildren and 25 great- gi'.T.idc-hildren; s i x brothers and six sislers. ,Sbo was pre- deceased by her husband in and by one son. Clifford in 11133. Funrral .services will Iw lield in the Taylor Stake Chap- el in Ilaymond on Wednesday, February Mrd at 2 p.m., wilh Bishop iloiiiild Wflt.wii officiat- Inlermenf will follow In Hie family plot in the Temple Hill Crmrlcry. Friends may p-iv Iheir respects from I p.m. inilil prior lo Ihe sen-ice in Ihe Keliff Soricly I'.oom of the rhureh and at the Chrislensen Funeral Home from 7 unlil (1 p.m. on Tuesday (tonight) for Ihr-c unn'ile to nllond the fu- rc-r.l. niHISTKXPKN' SALM- ON' I'VXKltAI, IIOMIC LTD., Direelors of l''iineral Service. C297 WOOD Funeral service for Eva Wood, beloved wife of (lie ate Albert L Wood, who died in Cardston Feb. 1G, 1972 at the age cf 85 years, was held at 1 p.m. Saturday in the Al- berta Slake Chapel in Cardston wilh Bishop Don Shaw officiat- ing. The pallbearers were Glen Steed, Ron Woolf, Floyd Smith, Terry Winder. David Sparks and Cameron Smigel. Inter- ment was in the Hillspring Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice, was in charge of the arrangements. OLSON Funeral service I for Jc'nn Olson, beloved hus- band of Ihe late Mrs. Anna Marie Olson of Lethbridge, who died Feb. 15, 1972 at the age of 93 years, was held at 2 p.m. Friday in the Christcn- sen Chapel with Rev. Lson Zimmerman officialing. The pallbearers were Gordon Rob inson, Arthur Robinson, George Swectnam, Raymond Ilclger- scm, Howard Klippert and Pat- rick C'onacher. Interment was in the fi.mily plot in AlThmmml Memorial Gardens. Christen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of Ihe ar- rangements. EELY Funeral service lw William Eely, bebved husband of the hie Mrs. Chris- line F-ely. who died Feh. 13. 1972 at Ihe age of 81 years, was held at 1 p.m. Friday in the Martin Bros. Traditional j Chapel with Reb. E. R. Doyle officiating. Cremation followed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of, Funeral Service, in charge of the arrangements. WVL1E Funeral service for Mrs. .lean Murray Wylie, beloved wife of the late Mr. Ebonczer Wybc, who died Feb. 1.1, 1972 in Edmonton at UK age of 61 years, was held at p.m. Thursday in the Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel with Cnntain II. Col-h officiating. Active pallbearers were John Tcnnnnl, (ieorgc Goldie, Dan Wilson, Craig Wilson. Bill Goldie and John Koch. Honor- ary pallbearers were Kric Grccnhnlgh, George Wylie, George Edwards and Edward Mihalik. Interment was in Hie Archmonnl Memorial Gardens. 'Martin Bros, Ltd.. Direelors of Funeral Service, wns in chnrgc of Ihe arrangements. Jn emonams FUNERALS GROSS Funeral service for Henry Frederick Gross, who died Feb. 10, 1972, was held at p.m. Monday, Feb. 21, 1972, in St. Michael's [toman Catholic Church with Rev. M. Hagel officiating. Pall- bearers were Peter Dorn, Wayne Heppner, Fred Hofcr, Allen Greeno, Paul Gross and Jacob Tschelter. Interment was in Fairview Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service at Pincber Creek, was in charge of tlic arrangements. L1TLE Funeral service for Thomas Arthur Lille, who died Feb. 15, 1972, was held at p.m. Thursday, Feb. 17. 1972, in Christ Anglican Church Fort Macleod, wilh Rev. H. Hunt officiating, ffimorary pall- were William Baird, Roy Hester, Wallace Hamilton, Axel Johnson, Earl Palmer, A. R. Sclmarr, Pete Pedersen and Ed Thompson. Active pall- bearers were Gordon Brown, Kendall Litle, Eavid McNab, Jim McNab, Reg O'Sullivan and Gordon Webb. Interment was in Ihe Union Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. FUNERAL NEGREY Funeral service for Thomas Ncgrey, beloved husband of Mrs. Mary Negrey, who died in Edmonton Feb. 14 at Ifhc age of 41 years, was held at a.m. Friday in St. Patrick's Catholic Church wilh Falher P. A. Tessier offi- cialing. The pallbearers were Mike Negrey. Jim Negrey, Norman Negrey, Bernard De- chant, Raw-ley and Mi- oiael Skaronski. Interment was in the Mount Calvary Section, Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS CARD Of THANKS MARX I wish to thank the DICKOUT A sincere thank doctors, nurses and staff of St. you to all our (ricnds who made Michael's Hospital for the care our Silver Wedding Anniversary and kindness extended during j such a happy occasion; to all my hospilalizalion. Special! who organized the parly, en- tertained, brought lunch, and for Ihe lovely gifts. We are very- thanks lo Mr. and Mrs. Krol who drove me to hospital and picked me up. Thanks also to friends for cards. Helen Marx. grateful. and Jancl. Februory 52, 1972 THE IE1HSRIDGE HERALD _ 19 IN MEMORIAM LOWE AND RUSSELL In loving memory of my dear molher, Alice Maud Lowe, who died February 18, 1951 and my dear friend William RusselJ, both of Bridge of Allen, Scot- land. 7206 7227 7202 BAIiniE 1 wish to lhanki IN MEMORIAMS tlie doctors, nurses and staff on I JENSEN In loving memory Hie fourtii floor surgery of the [of our husband, lEAher and Municipal Hospital for the kind-! grandfather, Sylven Jensen, who ness shown to me while I passed away February a patient Ihere. I also would i 1970. like lo thank friends, neighbors J A silent thought, a secret tear, and relatives for visits, cards, i Keeps his memory ever dear, letters, flowers, phone calls and j Time lakes away the edge of gifts. Also my Ihznks to the grief, ministers who called on me and But memory turns back every the candy stripe girls fcr (heir many kmdnc-3E25. All was much appreciated. I send my heart- felt (hanks to all. J. Barrie 7280 WYLIE The families of -Scdly missed by liit Anne and family. wife 7203 CARD OF THANKS HOFMAN The families ol the late Gertrude Hofman would like to thank their many rel- atives, friends and neighbors for all the kindnesses shown thsm during (heir recent ber- eavement. Thank you for the lovely flowers, cards and food. Special thanks to the doctors, hospital staff, Rev. Moerman and to the ladies who served lunch. We wtll always remem- ber your kindness. -Jfofman brothers and sis- ters and their families. 7228 WEASELFAT In loving memory of Frederick William Weaselfat Jr., who nr.ssed away s the late Mrs. Jean Wylie would Fcbruary 1965' m Mraclo Funeral service for cafe owner EDMONTON tCP) Funer- al services were to be held Wednesday for Harold Edward Merrick, an Edmonton drug- gist and restaurateur. Mr. Merrieg died Sunday at the age of 70. Mr. Merrick sold his interest in drug stores during the 1930s and established a chain of res- taurants in Edmonton, Red Deer and Calgary. He helped found the Canadian Restaurant Association during the 1910s. Military coup foiled BRAZZAVILLE (neuter) Brazzaville radio reported today that an atempled military coup against President Marien Mgouabi in Congo Branavillo had been foiled overnight. It said the coup was led by the army chief of staf, Joachim Yhombi Opangault. The radio did not how the coup bad been thwarted nor did it explain the curent situation in Brazzaville, capital of thi1; former French territory in West Africa. like to thank all those who sent j flowers, cards, food and assist- ed in any way during their re- cent bereavement. A special thanks to the doctor, the Sal- vation Axmy and the Ladies Home League. Also to the ac- tive and honorary pallbearers. and Mrs. J. Goldie Mr. and Mrs. B. Goldie Miss Margaret Goldie X2053 SPEARS FOOD Valley, Arizona. He "is gone and to Heaven we know, We miss your smile and we miss you fslhci1. 'frhen life's troubles seem to weigh us down We seem to hear you say cheer up and carry on! remembered by his father, Fred Sr. and 'child- ren and grandchildren. X2001 i IMPORT PRODUCT The woodcock spears earth- i One out of every four cans of worms by driving its three-inch i tomatoes marketed in Ontario is bill into the ground. imported. IEUANCE AGENCIES 822 3RD AVENUE SOUTH Is Your Car Insurance Too High? TRY US FOR SELECT RATES Is your home adequately Protected? For Sound Advice and Top Service RELY ON RELIANCE 327-1116 PHONES 327-0433 SIMPSONS-SEARS Sale Lasts 4 Days Only! Shock Absorbers Reg. Simpsons-Sears Hi-Performance Shocks They are so good thai we guarantee lliern for 30 months or miles! They're de- signed to give high-speed control ond powerful cushion for fre- quent travel over rough roads and pulling heavy weights. SHOCK ABSORBER GUARANTEES Standard: Guaranteed 15 months or 1B.OOO miles. 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