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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 3, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 THE UTHBRIDGE HERALD Saturday, Marth 3, 1971 CARDS OF THANKS McLBAN We would like to thank the nurses and slaff of St. Michael's Hospital, slaff of the Auxiliary Hospital, awl the Campbell Clinic for the kind- nesses slown lo our mother and sister. Also those who sent canU and flowers. and Manuel and the Bickman family. 7882 PON DM All Wo wish to ex- press our appreciation and thanks to all our wonderful family, friends and neighbors who helped in any way during our recent sad bereavement, for flowers, cards of sympathy and visits. Sasha, and boys. 7820-3 ENBYSK, Fred We wish ti express our sincere thanks to ou wonderful friends and relative: for kindness and thoughtfulnes when we losb our loved one. special thanks to the doctors anc the staff of the Willow Cree Auxiliary Hospital for care an kindness extended during his ill ness. Pastor R. Hanson's an Pastor Carl Juuti's visits, pra> ers and words of comfort wi always be remembered. Specia thanks to Mrs. Peter organist, Pat Wocknitz solois pallbearers and the ladies wh served during coffee hour. Flora tributes, cards and memoria are gratefully acknowledged. W wish to thank Leyden's for the special attention and kincines in time of need. God Bless You All. Fred Enbysk and family. CARDS OF THANKS WRIGHT Thank you so uch to the friends and rela- ves and The Ernos' who matlo ir 25 wedding anniversary so onderful. and Ruth Wright 7908 CARDS OF THANKS "THE WILLING wish to Ihank all those who supported our recent variety supper. Tliank you for making it so successful. 790Q K1NNIBURGU Our hcarl- jlt thanks to the doctors, urscs and staff of Municipal 'ospital for the wonderful care iven our wife and mother, elda Kinniburgh. We would Iso like to say thank you to ur relations, neighbors and ricrids for all the kind cxpres- ions of sympathy, cards, phone alls and visit1! to our home, ood and flowers. Our sincere hank you. Kinniburgh; sons, Jack, Scott and Roscoe and families. 7934 CAIIOON wish lo ex- tend our sincere thanks and ap- preciation to all who assisted luring the illness and passing of our mother, Louise Cahoon: To the doctors, nurses and staff of the Chinook Founda- tion, the Auxiliary Hospital and (he Grandview Nursing Home for their kind care and con- cern; to Bishop Chester Wai- burger and his councillors; to the Leavilt Ward Relief Society for the lovely lunch they pro- vided and served so well; to the Christian Salmon Fu- neral Directors for their fine work; to those who sent flow- ers and cards or assisted in any way. Cahoon Family 7865 KUNST Sincere thanks and appreciation are extended to the doctors, nurses, aides and any others of One East, One Main, and two East for their treatment and wonderful care of Mrs. Kunst while she was a patient in St. Michael's Hospi- tal. Thanks also to our many friends for their flowers, cards and good wishes. Kunst Family IN MEMORIAMS NOHLIN In loving memor> of a dear husband and father John li. Norlin, who passec away March 3, I960. S w c e I are tiie memorie silently kepi I smile with Ihe world bu never forgel, Behind that smile is man a tear And a constant wish that h were here. remembered by wit Ivy and family. 781 IN MEMORIAMS WIEST In loving memory f Dwalne, who passed away larch 3, And while lie lies in peaceful sleep, His memory we shall always keep. remembered and sadly missed by grandma, aunts and uncles and cousins. 7884 WIEST In loving memory of Tny dear liusband, the late Clarence Wiest, father and grandfather, who passed away February 22, 1959; also lo a dear son, Francis hus- aand and father, who passed away February 23, 1902. No length of time can lake away, Our thoughls of you from day to day. Though absent ways near, you are al- Still loved, still missed, still very dear. remembered and sadly missed by mother and all the families. 7805 WIEST In loving memory of a dear son, Jehu Dwaine Wiest, who passed away March STAN A. ALBERTSON AUCTION SALE Located 1 mile south, 3 miles east (en Highway ond north 2Vi miles of Foremost, Alberta. Saturday, Mar. 10 10.30 a.m. TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED Having received instructions from Mr. Slan Albert son, we will sell at Auction (He foHowng items: TRACTORS AND TRUCK 1 International model 1206 1urbo diesel trader, Minnlcba cab, dual 18.4x38 tires. Dual hydraulics, p.t.o. (this tractor has had only 2100 hours work and is a premium unit throughout model G1000 Wheatlond trader win cab, 23.1x30 tires, dual hydraulics, two speed p.t.o.; model 630 triple-range drive tractor, live p.t.o, good 1600 hours, wilh model 115 Agratec front end loader; 1 1972 Ford 00 custom Vi Ion truck, automatic trans., radio, deluxe seats, 45 gallon Iravel tanks, rear bumper, trailer hitch, 360 cu. in. motor, opp. (This truck must be seen to bo fully 4 Ion Dodge truck with K700 V8 motor, Renn hoist and 16' grain box in good shape. 900x20 nylon 10 ply rating tires all COMBINE AND SWATHER 1971 model 403 self propelled combine, 8 foot culling bar and reel, Hess ton straw chopper, I.H. ab ttfiis combine is in showroom Cupit, 0 foot pickup; model 103 S.P. swalher, ex- ellent condilion, cut less than 1000 acres. TORAGE TANKS gallon water tank, portobls, ideal for half Ion rucks; gallon fuel storage tank; gallon fuel torage tanks. RAH BIKE 90, Honda trail bike, only 1040 miles. MACHINERY 24 foot wing type chisel cultivator with Victory ad weeder oil.; Morm model Bl, 36 foot rod weeder; Deere model 14 24 foot Surflex tiller foot luplexed) discs like new; Deere model 13, 20 foot Surflex tiller; K, 7 foot Noble blades with riplex hitch end marker; International model 100 14 oot double disc press drills, 7" spacing with duplex hitch and marker; John Deere flex harrows wilh drawbar; Allied line tooth harrows wilh drawbar; 1A.C. 7 -foot PTO mower; 1 Arrow 48 foot sprayer, ow profile ova] tank; blade model D, straight blade, 14 fool; field marker; foot Crowfoot packers; 6 inch 32 foot grain loader; 1 McCoy Renn 7 Inch, 32 foot grain loader wilh B and S motor; capacily TO inch, 45 foot grain loader with PTO driva and hopper; 1 1 3 4 grain grinder wilh 8" endless bell; 7 tan trailer, 24x6.6, 14 ply tires; Arrow 36 inch fanning mill with elevaror. SHOP TOOLS AND MISC. EQUIPMENT 1-Onan 1200 watt, 32 volt electric lighl plant, oho several 32 volt motors, drill, grinder, etc., also complete set of batteries; and Decker shop vacuum cleaner; Kleening gun; port, compressor with tank and electric motor; acetylene welder; D.C. electric welder; hack saw; 1 ad fan Buffalo model 15, 5 speed industrial bench model drill press with eleclrlc motor; 1 12 volt electric post hofe auger; CSG 200 pump with 3 h.p. Driggs and Slratton motor; Lawn- Flite I own mower; 1--General 15AK fire extinguisher; foot fire hoses; nil filler; 1 16 fool short crop attachment for Massey 27 Super 92 combines; jacks; loreh wilh 25 Ib. boltle; propane boltles; Cressen hvdrau- lic pump; pump; 1 tool drill; 1 saw and stand; inch pipe tripod; 1 biackimilh forge; threading set to 2 Inches; T disc fmld maj-kpr; slock rack for ton trucks; several hydraulic rams; approx. 200 feet of 3s steel cable; quantity of scrap Iron; quantity of used barb wire; quanllly of used cedar posts and roil way liel; quantify of new pressure treated posts; of new cedar shingles; quantity of assorted quantity of crested wheat grass seed; plui many forks, shoves, tools, chains, lacks, grease aims, gear pullers, trouble llghfs, electric cords and many other useful itfirm. HOUSEHOLD ITEMS 1 propane and coal ranne; 1 I pro- pane refrigerator; 1 Round special oak wool and coal heeler (could be a collectors 1 hearer; healer; burner electric hot olaffi; Irsodle sewing machine; 1 suite; crpam sep- arator; table and several chairs; Severn! 32 volt applicmces Including vocuum cTeaner, mixmasler, iron'ir, elc.; several beds; also dishes, pans, oil lamps and many nther useful Items. BAKOS In loving memory of Leslie, who passed away March 4, 1971. As another year rolled on, A day of remembrance sad to recall, Heavenly gales were open, a loving voice said come. You never really left us, nor have you travelled far, Just entered into God's Garden and left the gate ajar. Our family chains have been broken now, And nothing seems the same, But as God calls us one by one, The chains will link again. If we had all tbe world to give, We'd give it, yes, and more, To see the face of our Leslie Come smiling through the door. We-think of him in silence, And often speak his name, But all that's left to answer us Is a picture in a frame. The parting was so sudden, We often wonder why. COMMENT: This sola will present nn OD- porlunity to purchase premium used ea'ijpmen) end we urge you take advantage of this early spring sale The description as to condition or otherwise as set forth on each item is merely a guide nncf in no way a warranty or guarantee, actual or implied. Neither the auctioneer or the are responsible for any errors in description or condition- SALE CONDUCTED BY PERUCH BROS. AUCTION MARKET ITD. Box 1057, Lelnbridgo 328-3951 AUCTIONEERS Perlkh Bob Baloq Ed Torsher Tony Periled lie. 010293 lit. 06745 lie. 012467 remembered sadly missed by all family. his Someone remembers, someone cares, Your name is whispered in our prayers. A smile, a tear, a thought sincere, How often we wish you were here. The wound is deep, it will cot heal, No one knows just how we feel. We hide our tears when we speak your name, But the pain in our heart re- mains the same. remembered and sadly missed by his mom and dad. 788C Soccer results By THE CANADIAN PRESS LONDON (AP) Results of Saturday's Old Country soccer games: ENGLISH LEAGUE Division 1 Arsenal 3 Sheffield U 2 Chelsea 0 Birmingham 0 Derby 2 Leeds 3 F.vcrton 0 Liverpool 2 Manchester U 2 West Brom 1 Southampton 0 Leicester 0 Wclverhamptori 5 Manchester C Division II Aston Villa 2 Fulham 3 Blackpool 1 Luton 1 Bristol C 3 Portsmouth 1 Cardiff 3 Orient 1 Carlisle 1 Queen's PR 3 HuddersficM I Notts F 1 Eheitielcl W 2 Preston 1 Sunderland 1 Oxford 0 Division III Blackburn 1 Wrcxham I Bollon 3 Walsall 1 Brentford 1 Scunthorpe 0 Griinsby 2 Swansea 0 Notts C 3 Halifax 0 Oldham 1 Port Vale 0 Plymouth 4 Charlton 0 Rotherham 1 Chesterfield 0 York 0 Bristol R 0 Division IV Chsster 1 Workington 3 INSURANCE INCREASES TORONTO (CP) Imperial Life Assurance Co. of Canada reports a 50-per-cent increase in new life insurance and annuity sales during 1372. The total of includes records of on individual lives and of group life ih- surance and annunities. The new business produced yearly premiums of Ph. 318-9772 Ph. 447-S30I lethbridga Milk River Ph. 545-6452 Bow Island lie. 010292 Ph. 328-9871 BARBARA BULVA AUCTION SALE IOCATED 114 MILES SOUTH OF IRON SPRINGS, ALTA. TERMS CASH LUNCH SERVED FRIDAY, MARCH 16 A.M. SHARP Hewing received instructions from Mrs. Bulva, who has rented Ihe farm, we will offer for sale the following; TRACTORS Deere 4020 traclor with dual wheels, 3 point hitch, weajher maser cab, dual hydraulics, ond John Deere model 58 loader and bucket; Deere 4020 tractor (row dual wheels and 3 point hitch; model C row crop tractor; M tractor and farm hand loader (forage and manure TRUCKS 1-Dodge 3 ton truck McCoy Renn hoist, com- bination beet and grain box, road tank, good tires; 1 F155, 3 ton truck box and hoist. IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT mile Wade rein wheel move sprinkler unit, 44 pieces of 30 ft. 7 inch with couplers, large screen box, International (UB264) propane power unit and mile Oliver sprinkler syslem, mile of 4 inch laterals wilh center risers, 44 pieces of 30 ft. 6 inch with couplers, Icrge screen box, International (UB2o4) propane power unit and pump; 1 4 wheeled rubber tired pipe trailer; tired trailer and rack. MACHINERY 1-Massey Harris 80 special combine, self propelled, 12 platform and pickup; Ferguson self pro- pelled swalher