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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 18 THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID MmcS 14. 1972 Births, Deaths, Funerals, Cards Of Thanks, In Menwriains FUNERAL iii SuiilhniinsUT United Clmreh wilb Kev. Dr. II. w. K. Elliott i officiating. Cremation preced- ed (he .service. Martin ISros. i j Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser'[ vice, was in charge of Ihe ar- In the News DEATHS HVKST _ 1'assi-d away in the city on Saturday. March II. 1S72 following a lirief illness, Air. Montague llcrlierl Clifford (Shorty) Hurst, at UK- age of till years, beloved husband 'of Mrs. Winnifred Florence Hurst of 190! 101 h A'.eniK- X. The fu- neral service v. ill he held on Wednesday at p.m.. in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with Kev. R. L. Crisfield olli- cialing, assisted by Capt, I. K. Savers mid Rev. lather H. I Field. Interment will follow in the Field of Honour. Mountain i View Cemetery. Friends may i pay their respects at Martin Bros. MKMoillAL, 703 13th St. X. Phone In lieu of flowers, those who wish may donate lo the Alber- ta Heart Fund, care of Mrs. M. Wray. 170.1 l.lth St. S -MARTIN fiROS I.m. Direc- tors of Ftni'jral .Service. C72it FUNERALS Fnneial ser- vice for .Mr. Alex Seminiuk. who died suddenly in the city March 8, 197-2, at the age of 76 years, was held at p.m. Saturday in Jlar- lin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 St. X., with Rev. Dr. R. w. K. Elliot! cfficL-ting, Intermenl followed in M o u n t a i n view Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service! uas in ehargo of the nrrange inents. OSEE.V Passed away in Calgary on Sundav. Marcli K, 1972, following a 'brief illness. Jlrs. Minnie Kiu-n Oseen. at the age of years, beloved wife of Mr. Claus Oseen of Cal- gary. Born at Bismnrk, North j Dakota, the late Mrs. Oseen came to Canada in IfHlO to the Sundial District, where she farmed with her husband until retiring lo Calgary in 13-18. Ue-' sides her loving husband, she is survived by (wo daughters, four sons, 23 grandchildren and grcat-rrandchildren. The fu-1 neral service will be held on i Wednesday at p.m in M a r t i r Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 St. K with Hev. A. T. King officiating In- terment will follow in Arch- mount Memorial Gardens Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. .MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13lh St. until p.m. on Wednesday. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. FISHKXnKN _ Funeral sei vice for Mr. Thomas Fislien den, who died in the citv Tues day. March 7, 1872, after a Ions' illness a! Ihe age of 70 years' was held at a.m. Satur (l.iy in .Martin BITS. Tradiliona Ch-pel with Rev. H. L. Cris fit-Id officiating. Interment was in Arehmount Memorial Gar- dens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of arrangements. Ill I-SK Funeral service for Mrs. Ella May Hulse, be- loved wife of the late Mr. Da- vid Hulse who ciied at Calgary Tuesday, March 7, 1972, after a long illness at the age of [if years, was held at p.m Saturday in Martin Bros. Tra- clitioral Chapel with Rev Dr H. W. K. Elliott officiating A sen-ice was also held Monday at p.m. in the United Church at Aneroid, Sask with interment following in the Wai- lard Cemetery. Pallbearers were Paul and Archie Frov- man, Rod Andrews, John Sel- ensy, George and Rudy Balas Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice, was in charge of the arrangements. JOILVSON _ A memorial service for Dr. Frank Limbcrt Johnson, beloved husband of! Mis. Helen Johnson of 410 nth St. S. who died suddenly at the residence Thursday, March 3 1972, at the age of 55 years' was held at 2.30 p.m. Sunday: Easter Perm Special! In effect till Saturday, April 1st! Regular 20.00 Rcgi-lar 10.00 t Qualified Operator lo Serve You! J Hm Sfyisngs Salon Ltd. 504 4th Avenue S. Phone 328-3650 CADE'S COUNTY TONIGHT GOOD LOOKING IN MEMORIAM MKEIItKK tn loving mem- of uiii- parents and grand- pai-enls, Christian Mehrer, who passed away 21, and I'auliua .Mehrer, w h o passed away Mareh 13. A rnrmi and dad were laid to rest. As pr.i-cnt.s they were the host Their place on earlli, no one can fill. We miss yon nioni and dad, wo nlway.s Although we smile arai make no fuss. No one could mis.s you more! than us. When old limes, we oft' recall That's when wo miss von i most of And while yon lie in peaceful sleep. Your loving memory n-e shall! always keep. rcmeinborvd b v Marion, Waller and 82S9 TOKYO Tweulv young vckm. leered in im-a lo form a shock (earn have turned a desolate sanuy area Ihe fringe of ;i northwest China deserl inlo a linnng new village, a Peking said, Somclimcs working in blind- sandstorms, the young shifting sand by putting up a l.2-imlo wooden fence to acres o( farmland bui sunk M wclli ante