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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 2, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Tueidoy. May 1979 THE lETHSRIDGE HtRALO 21 M, Jjeatki, li, Of DEATHS LOW Joseph S., long time resident of the Cardston area, passed away in Cardston on Sunday, April 30th, 1972 at the age of !10 years, beloved hus- band of the late Margaret Low of Cardston. Mr. Low was born in Freedom, Wyoming on De- cember 23, 1891 and came to Canada with his parents in 1892, settling in the CardstoD in district. He" was married 1919 to Margaret Newton, who him in 1961. He had been engaged in the auto- mobile and implement busi- ness for over 35 years, cs well as being extensively engaged in farming and ranching. He was a charter member of the Rotary Club, and was district governor of the club in 1961. He was instrumental in the for- mation of the Waterton and Glacier International National Peace Park; was mayor of Cardston for three terms giv- ing over ten years of service. He was an active member of the LDS church. He is sur- vived by five children, Mrs. 0. C. (Beth) Stubbs of Leth- bridge, Mrs. Ed (Helen) Use- vitch of Huntington Beach. Calif.; Richard of Calgary, Robert of Cardston and John of Raymond; 25 grandchildren and one great-grandchild; two Bisters, Mrs. Jane Anderson and Mrs. Mabel Glenn, both of Cardston; three brothers, Stir- ling of Salt Lake City, Utah, Edwin of Salinas, Calif., and Brigham of Cardston. Funeral services will be held in the Al- berta Stake Chapel in Cardston on Wednesday, May 3rd at 1 p.m., with Bishop Bryce Cahoon officiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their re spects from 12 noon until priol to the service In the Relief So- city Room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C1679 STEVENS Passed away In the city on Sunday, April 30th, 1972, Mr. Allan Randolph Stevens, at the age of 91 years of Foremost, beloved husband of the late Mrs. Georgina (Vynie) Stevens. Born in Cor- eham, Wiltshire, England in 1880. the late Mr. Stevens came to River Falls, Wisconsin in 1897. He worked in a hard- ware store, a lumber camp end eventually owned a 100 acre farm in the area. The Cana- dian Government was en- couraging home steaders to come to Western Canada at this time, by offering a quar- ter section of land as a home- stead for with the option of pre-emption of another quar- ter section of adjoining land so he sold his farm and migrated north in 1909, settling 40 miles southeast of Grassy Lake as a squatter. With the building of the Railroad, upon which he worked with his team of horses, and the establishment of Fore- most in 1913, his homestead turned out to be situated three miles south of Foremost. This is still the family farm at the present time. He married the former G e o r g. n a (Vynie) Shantz, a school teacher in the area, in 1918. They were mar- ried in Wesley Methodist Church in Lethbridge. The late Mr. Stevens was very active and interested in all phases of church and community life. He loved horses and was ac- tive in the breeding and rais- ing of Registered Percherons and was one of the last farm- ers to "sacrifice" his horses and change over to the use of modern machinery. He was school board trustee in Fore- most for many years, an active member of St. Saviour's Angli can Church, an active support- er of the local boy-scout move- ment and a lite member of the Foremost Elk's Lodge No. 223. He remained on the farm until ill health forced his gradual re- tirement. He was a patient in the Devon Nursing Home from Oct. 1065 until his passing, lie was predeceased by his loving wife in 1925 and by one daugh- Myrle in 1956 and is sur- vived by one son. Mr. Claude Slevcns, Fcremo.sl, one daugh- ter. Mrs. Ruby Lester of Leth- bridge, seven grandchildren, mid two great-grandchildren. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Wednesday, in St. Augustine's Anglican Church, with iiev. R. L. Cris- field and Rev. 10. R. Doyle offi- ciating. Interment will follow in the Hillside Omelcry, Med- icine Hat. at p.m. on Wed- nesday, Friends may pay their respects at Marl in Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CIIAI'KL, 812 3rd Avenue H. Those who wish may donate lo tlie Arthritis Society, care of Mr. S. A. Rroderick, Treasurer, Royal Rank, Lelh- bridgc. MARTIN UROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1CS2 Jn DEATHS GAETZ Passed away in the city on Taesday, May 2, 1972, Mrs. Elizabeth Gaetz, at the age of 78 years, beloved wife of Mr. George Gaetz of 133 19 St. N. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C1681 PUHL Passed away in the city on Monday, May 1, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Kalman Puhl, at the age of 89 years, of 542 12 St. N., beloved husband of the late Mrs. There- zia Puhl. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser. vice. CARDS OF THANKS "ilUSSAK would like to thank my doctors and nursing staff of second east for excel- lent care given me while in St. Michael's Hospital. Spec i a 1 thank you to my dear friends for cards, visits, flowers and food sent to our home. Your thoughtfulness is very much ap- preciated. Hussar. 1205 INGIIA.M I wish to thank all the nurses who were so kind to Mr. Ingham durirg his long illness; also the doctor, Martin Brothers, the soloist and organ- ist and Rev. King for the lovely service; and all who helped in so many ways. The maay beau- tiful floral offerings, cards and expressions of sympathy was gratefully received. you all so very much, L. M. Ingham. 1166 COREMAN Of Barnweli, formerly of Stavely, Henry, passed away Friday, April 28, 1972, at age 68 years. Born In Atkinson, Illinois, December 11, 1903 he came to Stavely in 1910 and farmed until retirement to Barnwell in 1968. Predeceased by two daughters, survivors in- clude his wife, Etta, Barnwell; two sons, Henry, Sundry, Alta. and Fred of Calgary; two daughters, Mrs. Wendel (Eve- lyn) Frey, Barnwell, Mrs. Doug (Mary) Newman, Argentina; two step-sons, Herb Hurdman, Barnwell, Robert Hurdman, Meritt, B.C.; 16 grandchildren; 11 great-grandchildren. Funer- al services will he conducted Irom Humphries Funeral Chap- el, Taber on Thursday, May 4 at 2 p.m., with Mr. Gerald Me- Kee officiating. Interment will follow in the Barawell cem- etery. HUMPHRIES F U NER- al Home Ltd., Taber, in charge of arrangements. C1683 PARKER Passed away Monday, May I, 1972, Fredrick Macleod Parker, age 83 years of Fort Macleod. Born in Fort Macleod he joined the CPR to 1914 and was employed as a garage foreman for 40 years in Lethbridge. He had previously worked for the Douglas Lake CsttleCo. atKamloops. B.C. end drove a delivery in Fort Ma- cleod. He is survived by one son, Fred and one daughter Mrs. Dr. P. (Connie) Huitema, both of Kelowna, B.C.; three grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Josephine Collins of Bur- dctt. Mrs. Veronica Johnson and Mrs. Helen McCambly of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held in the Holy Cross Catholic Church on Wednesday, May 3 at 9 a.m., Rev. I. Ward officiating. Interment in Union Cemetery- Friends may meet for prayers in the church, Tuesday (tonight) at p.m. Funeral a r r a n g ements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C1684 FUNERAL TYO Funeral service for James Tyo, beloved husband of Mrs. Rose Tyo of Taber who died at Taber Sunday, April 23, 1972, at the age of 48 years, was held at p.m. Saturday, April 29, 1972, in Knox United Church, Taber, with Rev. Ken- neth Morris officiating. Pall- bearers were Norman Danger- field, Gerald Culver, Dale Dunn, Wayne Secrist, Gordon Blake and George Miller. In- terment was in the Taber Me- morial Garden. Humphries Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS ADNITT sir. Walter- Adnitt and family wish to express their sincere thanks and appreciation to tire doctor and the staffs of St. Michael's and LeShbridgc Auxiliary Hospitals for their con- stant care and attention during Mr. Adnilt's Iiosmitalization. Also thanks lo neighbors and friends for their many acts of kindness, cards and help all of which was deeply appreciated. 1156 MOKt We wish to convey our sincere gratitude to all our friends, neighbors amd relatives who helped in any way during our recent bereavement; for their expressions of sympathy, floral tributes, cards Kodcn and food. Our heartfelt thanks to Reverend L. Kawamura for his guidance, Clffistensen Sal- mon Funeral Home and lo mem- bers of Uic LctWmdge Honpa Buddhist Church. May we also at this time extend our belated thanks to the doctors and nurses for their attention and concern given lo our beloved Ptmcla dur- ing her brief confinement in Ihc Lr.lhbridRe Municipal Hos- pital. To our friends and rel- atives our appreciation for the hospital visits, flowers, gifts and cards. We thank you all. It was deeply apprceinled. Marion Mori and family. llo5-4 CARD OF THANKS KOLLEK The family of the late Mrs. Beatrice Koller wish lo extend their heartfelt thanks and appreciation- to the doctors, nurses and staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the care and kindness extended to her during her hospitalization. Sin- cere thanks to our many friends, neighbors and relatives for food, flowers, cards and kind thoughts shown lo us dur- ing our recent bereavement. A special thanks to Hev. Elliott for officiating and to Cecllc Wehlage for the use of her home. Roller, Earl, Zoda Darlene and families. 1206 IN MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAM ROHOV1E In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Nick Rohovie, who passed away May 2, 1955. remembered by his wile Lillian and family. 1096 DOYI.E In loving memory of a deal- husband, father, son and friend, William (Bin) Doyle, who passed away May 2, 1971. 'ITic face we loved is miss- ing, rhe voice we loved is still, place is va- cant in our hearts Phat can be filled. Such pain hs bore so patiently For quite a weary while, The blow was sudden, the shock severe To lose the one we loved so dear. When happy days we still re- call It's then we miss him most ol all. loved and remembered and sadly missed by Marg- aret, mom, Lynn, family and friends. 1143 IN MEMORIAMS loving mem- ory of a dear son and brother, Frank Jr., who passed away on May 1, 1971. No loved one stood beside him to hear his last farewell, No words of comfort did he haar from those who loved him well; Some day we hope to meet him, some day we know not when, We'll clasp his hand in better land, never to part again. remembered and sad- ly missed by mom, brothers and sisters. PAPP In loving memory of a loving son, Tibor (Ted] Papp, who passed away April 30, 1971. Time will never teal our grief Our love for him was far too deep, We cannot forget him, we don't even try IN MEMORIAMS Our memories of him will never die. loved and sadly miss- bv mom and dad. IN MEMORIAM WYUE In ever loving memory of Herbert Wylie, whu went to his rest May 2, 1971. remembered by his wife and family. 1097 DOYLE In loving memory of a dear husband and father, William Keith (Bill) Doyle, who passed away Slay 2, 1971. We often sit and think of you, And of the way you died, Our thoughts are ever with you, So often we have cried. We miss you more and more each day, For life is not the same for us Since God took you away. You bade no one a last fare- well Or ever said good-bye, You were gone before we knew it And only God knows why. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Margaret; sons, Billy, Pat- rick and Tommy and daugh- ter Heatlier. 1144 SIMPSONS-SEARS the GUARANTEED shock absorber SHOCK ABSORBER GUARANTEES Standard: Guaranteed 18 months oi 1E.OOO miles. Heavy-Duty Supra matic: Guaranteed 24 months or miles. High-Performance Guaranteed 30 months or miles. Should any of tha above shock absorb- ers fail duo to faulty materials or work- rinship, or wears out within thp i. jcific guarantee period shown above return the shock rbsorbor to Saats, and we wilt, at our option: 1, Furnish a new chock absorber Free or 2. Refund the amount of the original purchase. If the defective ehock ebsotber was installed by Simpsons-Sears, we will istall a new shock with no labour charge. 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