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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Wednesday, Carets Of Jn May 3, BIRTH FERGUSON Maureen are happy to announce the arrival of Linda Anne, on ril ath, 1972 at Municipal Apl Hospital. A sister for Sandra, DEATHS COItK.MAN Of Barmvcll, formerly of Slavery, Henry, passed away Friday, April 28, 1972 at age fill years. Funeral services will be conducted from DEATHS HILL (Burrows) Mary of arrangements I 2 p.m., with Mr. Gerald McKee I officiating. Interment will fol- I low in the Barnwell cemetery II U M P M HIES FUNERAL Home Ltd., Taber, in charge o Bellcvue, passed away in the Crowsncst Pass General Ilospi-1 BOTEK-Maria, of Blairmore, tal on Monday. May 1, 1972, at away in a Calgary nos-age 5-1 years. She was born in pjiai On Monday, May 1, Cardston. Alberta, June 19, 1917 I at age 71 years. She was and came to Bellevue. in 1957, Hladovka, Province Orava, where she has resided since. November 22, She also resided at and came to Blairmore in Logging Camp from 1939 to 1957. She married Frank Hill and resided there since. 3he was a member of the Slo- Cardston, November 14, Society and the Blairmore She was a former member Women's League, sic the W. A. Bellcvue predeceased by her bus- Church. She was Martin in 195G at Blair- bv an infant daughter; and her parents in Cze- brother George in Survivors include View in 1949. Survivors daughters, Mrs. Anna her husband Frank of Bellevue; six daughters, Mrs. Stan of Calgary. Mary and Veronika of Czechoslovakia; lene) Wakaluk, Hillcrest. son Joseph, one brother D (Bettv) Anderson. and one sister Theresa, Mrs. Vv. i Wenish. of Czechoslovakia; 15 grand- vue Mrs. L. (Collene) five great-grandchil- Lethbridge, Mrs. A. and a cousin Angus Yen- Amos, Calgary, Mrs. G. of Blairmore. Prayers Mottle. Calgary: one son. be said. St. Anna's Catho- vid of Blairmore: 13 Church in Blairmore at dren- three sisters, three broth- p.m.. Wednesday (tonight) era and her parents, Mr. and j 3. Requiem Mass will be Mrs. L. J. Burrows. in St. Anne s Roman View Alberta. Funeral Church in Blairmore will be held in Fantin's Blair- at a.m. Thursday, May more Chapel at p.m.. j Interment will follow in Thursday. May 4. Mr. plot, Blairmore Catholic Braithwaite will officiate. FANTIN CHAPELS terment will follow in the is in charge. crest Cemetery. CHAP.C.LO LIU., is m Passed away in the on Monday. May 1, 1972, a lengthy illness, Mr. Puhl at the age of 89 DANCER Andrew, of of 542 12 St. N., beloved levue, passed away at his of the late Mrs. Tere- levue residence on Puhl. Born and raised in May 1, 1972, at age 71 the late Mr. Puhl He was born in Trc to Melville, Saskatche- Liptouskie, Czechoslovakia, and to Lethbridge in 1957. August 2.3. 1901 and came late Mr. and Mrs. Kaiman Canda to Saskatchewan celebrated their G4th wed- 1928 He purchased the anniversary in January of Mines Coal Co. and year and he was prede- there from 1948 to 1960. He by his wife on April 24, turned to Bellevue in 1960 He is survived by one resided there since. He Miss Agnes Puhl of ried Sophia Balo in six sons. Messrs. vakia in 1924. He was prede- Ferdinand Puhl and ceased by a daughter Mary Mission Bielesch in Colcman in 1963, George Puhl. one brother and two sisters _in 3 c.. Albert Puhl. Czechoslovakia. Survivors Charles Puhl, elude his wife Eonhh in William Puhl, Sask- vuc; two sons, Andrew of 10 grandchildren; four more. Carl cf Pincher two broth- four daughters, Mrs. J. Messrs. John Puhl, of Wel- Bielesch. Calgary. Mrs. C. Ontario and Paul Puhl. phie) Horo. Pcnticton, Mrs. Prayers will be sau (Ann) Clouph, Scdgewick. Thursday at p.m. in berta, Violet Dancek, Bros. MEMORIAL and 13 grandchildren. Requiem Mass wil will be said at p.m. be celebrated on Friday at day May 4. Requiem Mass p.m. in St. Basil's "Catholic be celebrated at with Rev. Father Friday, May 5 in St. Cyril's Brucc Catholic Church in Bellevue. will follow in the familv terment will follow in Bellevue Mountain view Catholic Cemetery. FAMILY Friends mav pav their CHAPELS LTD., is in charge t M tj 'E CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. phone MARTIN BROS. LTD. Directors of Funeral C1712 r- lU GAETZ __ the city on Tuesday, May 2, j 1972 following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Elizaheth Gaetz at the age j FUNERALS of 78 years, beloved wife of Mr. George Gaetz of 133 19th St. N. SMALL Funeral service for Born and raised in New York, I Olivia Gesinghaus Small, belov- the late Mrs. Gaetz came to j ed wife of the late John Small Alberta and homestcarled in the of G16 12th St. N. who died at Medicine Hat area with her Lethhridge Wednesday, April family. Following her marriage 20. 1972, at the age of 80 years, in 1917 she homesteadcd with was held at p.m. Saturday. her husband in the Foremost Aprii_ 29, 1972. in the Christen- area, moving to Turin in 192G and to Lethbridge in 1041, where she Iras resided until her sen Chapel with Rev. A. T. King officiating. Pallbearers were vvmnc Bi" Rutlenvick, Richard Cics- passing. Besides her loving bus- inghaus, Kdward and F red band she is survived by three j Johnson, liol> Kuhl and Joe sons, Messrs. Peter of I Dietli. Interment was in the Lethb-ridgc, George of i family plot in Mountain View Fort Vermillion, Joe (iaetz. of' Cemelery. Chrislensen Salmon Lethbridge: four daughters. Funeral Homo Lid., Directors Mrs. A. (Mary i of of Funeral Service, was in Lethbridge. Mrs. K. (Kale) Hen- charge of the arrangements. ning, Lethbridge Mrs. K. _____ i'r> Mr. Anthony Hitrdclt: two stop-dauglllcrs. Mrs. V. (Lena) Madsen, Picture Mrs. R. (Barbara" i Neville. Lethhridge: three stop-grand- children: nine stqvgrra'.-grar.d-1 children: two sisiors. Mrs. Anne Shoslck, Vernon, B.C., Mrs. Katie Grenicv, Princeton, B.C.; two hn.tlirrs, Mossis c. Nick Singer, V.-rnon. u d John Singer She was predeceased by one and M. Krirkson. Intcrm out was in ihc Warner Cemolery. Martin I'riis. l.kl., Directors of. of years, was held at, 2 p.m. in ihc Warner Memor- ial Evangelical Church with Iv Sipes officiating. were Keith Ward, Keith Hadford, (Jerry McKen- 7ic, ErI Slobodian. Hob Thomas, son. The funeral service he held on Friday al HMin a.m. in Martin Bros. MEMOHIAI. in charge Bruce Kieltl mcnt will follow in Ihc Mount Calvary section. Mminlam Cemetery. Friends may pay their on Thursdry eve- ning ill Martin Urns Ml-.MOIt CIIAI'KL. 7lt! SI N. phone MAIM IN BROS. LTD-, Dhwlnrs "I Fu- neral Service. CI7I31 ol the arrangcnicnts. MDIil'. Fl NT.ll.U.S (IN I'AdH 21 HMYS0IE CONTINUES to Saturday, May 6th! REO.S2.93TOS3.23 IK. SLACKS 96 157 PH. 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