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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta B2 THE inHBRIDGE HERAID Saturday, fcbruciry 54, JLjcatks, c, Of cmonams DEATHS tors df Fiim-nil Service. An- drew of 1-Vli ;i, SmUlc'iily nl in hi- ITlli year. He M jnourn I'i> mollior Eliznbrlh r-f ilnmnioiul-' hi s faihor Jo-Hi of (Juv-o hroilicrs, Doniiid cf llaney, Danvin and .lolm at home, three sisier.'i. S.i'.ly oi Port CD- quiUanv nl home. Mrs. Doug i Bonnie1) nf Ibnev; grFiTidiJareniS Mr. and Mrs. George Monini cf Altn., also many other relatives. Kev. lu-iincil] M o y conducted funoral sc-rviti's in Hammond I'nilod o n Tuesday, l. Burial followed i DEATHS .MEYER Passed nvray In the ciu on .Saturday, February 2ii, lUT'J, Mrs. Annie [Catherine .Mi-ycr, a( liic aye. of 77 years, >vcd wife of Mr. llcray Meyer of UK- Green Aeres Lodge. I' n neral arrangements v.ill h" wl'.eu coni- M.WtTIX BROS1. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C391 DEATHS KXNS Passed rm'ay in the cilv on Kriday, February '.ifi. 1972, Mr. Ahram Knns al (lie age of 7fi rears, Ix'bvc'd ]njs- of Mrs. Elizabeth F.iuis of Coaldalc Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. M ART IX BHOS. LTD Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. CIIOO DEATHS V'ARftA Passed nv.-r.y nt Talicr on Friday, Fobruaiy 1972, Margaret of Talitr, al age (ill years- beloved wife of Charles Varga of Tabcr. Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. HUMPHRIES HOME LTD., Taller in charge arrangements. CASSIDY William John, passed awav in IjOlhliridge on Fi'lfliiaiy -5, al I'm. Todd.'beloved Ul" 0( !Vl, -vcfsv husband of the late Mrs. Estella Ca-'sidy. lie was bom in Lakeficld. Onl. on Oct. I, and moved with his par- ents to Oregon and then to Ix-thln-idae on Thursday, Feb- niary imam yon nf Mr. and Mrs. Joe OrlMii Jr. of Tabur. Besides parents survivors include tuoOiei's Jerry, Cliris and .Scelt ail of grand- parents Mr. and Mrs. .loc Orban Sr. of Taber and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snell of Lelhbrideo. Prayers will be said at St. Augustine's Roman j Ciiurcli, in Taller on i Sunday. February 27th at j p.m. I-'uneral services will be i conducted from SI. Augustine's I Roman Catholic Church, in I Taber on Monday- February I Leeds. North Dakota whore he remained for 27 years. lie came to Albena in settling in Lcthbridgo where he liv- ed until his passing. He was one of the first old timers in the Chin district where he fanned until 19-15. lie was a member of the SoulliminsLcr Uniled Church. He leaves lo his passing one ?on, MASSON Passed in liic city on Thursday, Febru- ary 24, 1972, following a lengthy illness. Mr. John (Joe) Mas.son of 1909 9th Avenue N'., beloved husband of the late Mrs. Jemima Masson. The funeral service will be licld on Mon- dav at 1.-.'JO p.MI. in Marlin Urns. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, with Rev. L D. ilankinson official- ir.g. Intermcnl follow in Archmounl Memorial Gardens. Friends pay their respects at Ma r I i n Bros TRADI- TIONAL CHAPEL, 3 Ave- IN MEMORIAMS KOVACS In loving memory of a dear mother and grand- mother, Lidia Koracs, Febru- ary 1907. remembered }yy Steve, Mary, Jerry mid Diane. 000 nuc S phone (Cour- force has announced plans for (esv parlanp at the rear of I lie j Ta l would exhibit MARTIN BROS. LTD.. 1 and captured Directors of Funeral Service, j P n e s. includmg Sovirt-bnill i jets from Iraq, Svria and ________________i Egypt. nt p.m.. with Rev. Father Burke Hoschka cele-1 i.ranl, Interment will follow in seven dren and three preat-grandchu- Dale of Letl'.ljriclge; one claugh- tcr, Mrs. Garth (Lois) Barr" o! grandchil-1 CARPENTER On I'rldny, Febmary Jfi. in -Shangh- ncssy Vancouver, Vilhclmina E. i Bdliel Cnrpcn- ter Pciidrell St.. ivcd by her loving Robert. Burton, three brothers and three Memorial scn'ice ivas iielrl Monday. I'e-.n-uary j! et p m. in ihc Clnpei of St. Wesley Church. Nelson and Bnrrard St.. Van- couver, II. Omninp- ham D.D. officiated. In lieu of Tahcr -Memorial Gardens. II U M P H RI ES FUNT5RAL HOME LTD. Tabcr, in charge of arrangements. C394 dren. Funeral services will be CARDS OF THANKS 15URGEH Thank you to the! doctors and nursing staff on first I IN MEMORIAMS KOVACS In loving mem- ory of our dear mother and grandmother, L i d i a Kin'ar.s, who passed away February 27, MS7. Somewhero beyond the sun- set, where lonclincs never dies, She dwells in a beautiful garden 'nealh the blue and gold of the skies. We who have known and loved her. whoso parting brought great pain, Will treasure her memory fun-vvr, until we meet again. remembered by l.ydia, and Hose and families. 752G TET7XAFF In bring mem- onr of a dear huslinnd, fallier and grand.'allier, Arthur Tclzlaff, who passed away February 27, Two tired eyes are resting. Two willing hands arc still. The one who always worked so bard Is resting at God's will KN's'-l In loving memory of frod saw yon gelling tirwl, a dear son and brother, Brian He knew you needed rest, j Ens, who passed away Febru- His garden lakes Hi: best. ai'v 27, J967. They arc nol gone these loved whom we meurn. We niust not think of them as far away Unto a fuller life have tlicy been born, Laying aside ths vesture of this clay. Yet near us slill they j and love and know, We are tiie blind ones who no longer sec, Beloved forms that softly come and go, Waiting reunion in eternity. remembered, sadly j missed by his wife, Lydia and family IN MEMORIAMS NOWFCKI In loving mem- ory of Anton Nowieki, who pass- ed away February 20, J9C9. in my memory aiv.l never Mary. forgotten by wife Kid t lovir dry cf our Juts- band, father and grandfather, 0. Shigehiro, who passed away l February 1970. lie m e t his J maker, h i s work well 1 done, A For his wift IP each daughter and cadi son. Now he rests in perfect sleep, His memory we shall always keep. remembered by his wife children a n d grandchildren. -IK !N MEMORIAM In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- mother, Annie V. Varzari, who passcxl away February 27, 19C7. Every day in small way Memories of you Keep coming our way. remembered by Eon George, Mary and family. CilCO LONG-LIVERS Wood turtles have been known to live for years. INSURANCE LIABILITY 0 BONDS AUTO 0 FIRE ROSSITER AGENCIES ITD. ESTABtlSriED 1911 tower Floor 517 4lh Ave. S. Phong 327-1541 I'M.N'E MUSEUM TEL AVIV (AP) The air MORE IN MEMOIUAMS ON' PAGE 27 mam, St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care while 1 was .IGMiS Passed the city on Thursday, Febru- ary 24. 1972. lollovvuig an ill- of several months, Mr. Charles Albert. Edward Jones 71) nth St. S. Bora in N'orth- slcke, England the late Mr. .lanes ciiTne to in and was employed as a Cerlilied Hospital Orderly at lieltl Tuesday, Februai-y 29, 1972 al 2 p.m., in the Christen- _ _ __________........... sen Chapel, with Rev. A. T. i a paijent there. Also lhanks to all who came to visit, sent cards, flowers and gifts. Burger. B24-2C remembered and sadly rnifsed by dad and mom Wayne, llcverly and Carol. 797 King officiating. Interment will in i follow in the Family Plot in Mountain View Cemetery. CimiSTENSEX SALMON' FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. Cao flowers, donations In iiie B.C. i St. .MJchael's Hospital until re- tiring in 1967. He is survived by Career Fund would ix- appre- ROULEAU Passed on Thursday, 1372. Rrai 51. nouleau, age years, beloved husband of Mrs. Lucie Rouleau of Pineher Main, dated. Nunn and Thomson, _Fu- one daughter, 5 Irs. G. f Janet) he was jn Km. Brum. neral C'ole- i the Hospiial, j ROOIAM uf man, pas.-od Cro wsne s t Thursday, February 2-1, 1972, at i 1" grandchildren; two sisters, Mount, Port Coquitlan. B.C.; three tons. .Messrs. Leslie E. W. Jones. Spokane. Washington. Donald A. C Jones and Dennis E. S. Jones, both of Lethbridge; age 60 years. Prayers wall be said in the Holy Spirit Catholic Mrs. Alice Burt and Iiliss Kate Jones both in England. Prayers Church, CMem'nn Sunday at- I will be said on Sunday at ._ J TD A m remoon. February 2, a; p.m. Requiem Mass will be cel- ebrated Monday, Februair 25 et 10-30 a.m. to follow in (lie Coleman Catholic Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations will lie gratefully ac- cepted by the Dr. E. .Velio Me- morial Fund, care of Crows- nest Pass Rlairmore. FANTIN CHAP ELS LTD., is in charge. C364 p.m., in Martin Eros. TRAD! TIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3 Ave- nue S. Tne funeral service will be held on Monday at p.m., in Augustine's Anglican Church, with Hev. R. L. Cris- field and Rev. E. R. Doyle offi- ciating. Interment, will follow in .Mount a i n View Cemetery, MABTIN BROS'. LTD Direc- tors of Funeral Son-ice C.M2 The last day you can invest in an RRSP and save, income tax. can pet a tax reduction investment in Registered Rc Savings Plan. And. put money nsidc for your retirement. But do it fast. Coll Royal Trust and find out nil the details. KcKi.stcrcd Retirement Savings Plans. Royal Trust 740 4th Ave. South, Lothbridge, Alberta Phone 328-5516 He niarrietl Lucie Berube in St Jncques. New Brunswick in 1915. In 192G Uwy came lo Pincher Creek he was aclive in (he lumber industry and also as a ieamsler operal ing a dray service in Piacher Creek and later operated a pigcry in partnerslup wth the Pincher Creek In 1957 they retired to TJOS Angelas, California, reluming to Pinch- er Creok In I960. Besides his wife he k Ijy five sons, i Valmont of MonLeMlo, Calitor- i nia. Gerald of Fnllerton, Cal- ifornia, Claude of LaPalma, California, Charles o[ Calgary, i and Kdrnond of Hicl-.niond. On- tario; four daughters, Mrs. D. fAline) Pclletier of Pincher Creek, Mrs. A. (Thercsc) Harrison, Erfmonton, Sirs. R, (Lorraine) Aqnin, Vimy and Mrs. J. (Lucille) Foley of Ana- heim, California; 33 p-andchil- tlren, hvo greal-grandchildren, one brother. Requiem will Iw cclchrated In St. I i c h a e I' s Roman Catholic j Church, Monday at a.m., Rev. Ifagcl celebrant, inter- ment in Fain-lew Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers i in Eden's Funeral Home, Sun- 1 day at p.m. Donations may- be made lo the St. Vincent's Auxiliary Ilospilal. Funeral ar- I ranRcmenl.5 bv EDEiVS FU- INEHAL HOME LTD., Pincher Creek. ERICK.SON Arthur Ed- v.-ard. passed av.oy in Letli- bridge on Friday, F'ebniary 23, 1X2. at the 2gc of !H be- loved husband ot Mrs. Eliz- abclli Erickson of 1710 13 Avc. K. Mr. Frickr.on torn at Jit. Pleasant, l.'lah on Augusl 1SJP.9 and came lo Canada 1 with his parents in and sel- tied at Stirling. In 1813 ho was married to Elizabeth Adams i and he farmed in Jhe Tyrrell's i Lake area until 1T29 he I moved into Slirling so his fam- j ily could Ire near the high school. He rclired and moved i to LcthbridRc in where he has continued to live until his passing. He was an active member of I ho LDS Church land a member nf lite TyiTcll's Lake Nchnnl Tor many lina.r.s. Resides iiis wife, i IK; is surviwd by I'.vo sons, Delon of Warner, niu'. Le- roy of Tabcr; lwr> daughters, j Mrs. Lavonne Opjlcu of Cal- I piry, and Mrs. Jim (Nora) Cotlfriecl of Fort Benlon, Mon- ftT.Tmldiilrii-cn; 111 and two brothers, (ieorgc o f f'rovo, Utah and of lA-lbbridge. Funeral services will lxi held MoncUiy, al '2 p.m.. in the Kith Auv )S wiUi J'i.JiDp r-jff i'c lerson officiaLing. liilenncnt mil follow in Uio f; plot in Archnioimt Memorial (ianlens. 1'Yicnd.n may meet the fcinily from i p.m. until prior lo the servico in Ihc llelief Sorielv Room of the church. CI1HIS- TKNSKN SALMON HOAIIC Directors of Fu- neral Eer.'iw. CM7 M STIIOMAN wish lo j thank our family, relatives, i friends and everyone who help- ed in any way to make our WUi I anniversary a memorable oc- casion. Thanks also for the gifts, beautiful cards and warm wishes. and Gladys Strotnan. 825 xCHIEF SOD UNDERGROUND WATER SERVICES SODDING IANDSCAPING UNDERGROUND SPRINKLING For more information contact LOGAN PORTER LETHBRIOGE, AlBERTA PHONE 338-0974 Common sense people wear The Common Sense Lens In some localities hard resin protective lenses are Law! Why! They'ra shaucrproof. They're only halt the weight of ordinary looses. 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Conic in Uripli Morning for l and Early lUomlay llie I. selection! Don't forget to come in and see our fabulous "it's spring at Simpsons-Sears'7 fashion show to be held Saturday, March 4th at p.m. in the Men's Wear Department. QUALITY COSTS MOKE AT STMPSONS-SKAKS STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 a.m. lo p.m. Thursday and Friday 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Centre Villago. Telephone 328-9231 ;