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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 10, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta may i ne ut i n In Memoriams Cards Of Thanks BIRTHS MAUGHAN Miles and Noel are pleased to announce the arrival of a new sister for Lauren Elizabeth 11V2 on May 1974 at St. Michael's Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Maughan of Lethbridge. Insured. 1302 KIPP Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Kipp of B.C. take great pride in announcing the birth May 1974 of a son Steven John. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kipp of Alberta and Mrs Peter Pertersen of B.C. 1252 DEATHS BULMAN May aged 60 beloved husband of Mrs. Mabel Chiresholm and dear father of Joseph and Mrs. Douglas Mrs. Raymond Alberta. He is also survived by five grandchildren and by a B.C. Born and educated at where he ranched and in 1952 moved to Claresholm and ranched west of Claresholm. Services at St. John's Anglican p m. with Father John L Prince officiating. Interment Claresholm Cemetery. If contributions may be made to the Alberta Heart Foundation 2011 10th Avenue Calgary. LEYDEN'S FUNERAL HOMES Claresholm Directors of Services. C8280 FUKAMI beloved husband of Mrs. Asa Fukami of passed awav in Picture Butte on May 1974. Born in Japan on October 25. 1888. Mr. Fukami came to Victoria in 1909 where he was a barber until 1916 when he took up farming in the Mission City area In 1942 he came to Coalhurst where he worked in the fields until he purchased the family farm at Nobleford where' he has resided until the time of his passing Mr. Fukami enjoyed fishing in his younger years. Besides his loving Asa. is survived by one Thomas of two daughters. Mrs. Masanari Matsumoto of Bow Island and Mrs. Tadashi Saito oi 10 grandchildren and 10 great- grandchildren one brother and two sisters in Japan. Funeral service and wake will be held in the Picture Butte Buddhist f'hurch May loth at p.m. Interment service will be held in the Chnstensen Saturday. May at a.m.. with burial to follow in Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN-SALMON FUNERAL HOME. Directors of Funeral Services. 08285 HALVORSON Peter beloved husband of Mrs. Sarah Halvorsoti of passed away in the city on Wednesday. May 1974 at the age of 73 year's. Mr. Halvorson was horn in Norway and received his education there and worked as a fisherman in his youth. He was a member of the Danish Norwegian Navy before coming to Canada in the spring of 1928 where he farmed in the Seven Persons district for 10 years. He married Sarah White in Lethbridge in 1944 where they lived until 1958 when they moved to Raymond residing there until the time of his passing. Besides his loving he is survived by- three sons. Tony of Robert and John of also three daughters. Mrs. Tom Larson of Mrs. Ivan Michelson of Enchant and Pauline of Red six granddaughters and one two sisters in Norway and one brother in Etzikom. He was predeceased by his two brothers and one all of Norway. Funeral services will be held i-n the Raymond United Church on May Hth. 1974 at p.m.. Rev. Albert Baldeo officiating. to follow in the Mountain View Lethbridge. Family would appreciate donations to The Canadian Cancer 409 Canada Trust BI d Lethbridge. CHRISTENSEN- SALMON FUNERAL Directors of Funeral Services. DEATHS PETRUNIA Passed away in the city on May 1974 at the age of 70 Mr. Mike beloved husband of Mrs. Lillian Petrunia of 732 12th Street Lethbridge. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8281 IHME Passed away suddenly in Alta. on May Mrs. Victoria Marlene at the age of 47 beloved wife of Mr. James R. Ihme of Alta. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. Directors of the Funeral Service. C8288 HARRISON Passed away in the city on May Mrs. Clara beloved wife of Mr. Donald Harrison of 329 24th Street Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held at TOO p.m. in Soutbminster United Church on May 1974 with Rev. Ken Morris assisted by Rev. Keith Churchill. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer 409 Canada Trust Building. Interment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors ot Funeral Service. C8284 BENNETT Eva May of formerly of passed away on May 1974 at the age of 84 beloved wife of the late Verrion A. Bennett. Funeral services will be held in the Magrath L.D.S. Chapel un May llth at 2 with Bishop Alan Dudley officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Magrath Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 1 p.m. prior to the service in the Relief Society Room of the church. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C8287 MacDOUGALL Passed away in the city on Thursday. May 9. 1974 following a lengthy illness. Miss Alien MacDougall at. the age of 78 of 1823 16th South. Born in Ontario coming west to Grassy Lake in where she received her education coming t o Lethbridge to tram for her at Gait Hospital. She is survived by one Mrs. Florrie Marjerison of Lethbridge and one Robert Marjerison and family of California. A private family memorial service will be held. Cremation will follow MARTIN BROS. Directors of Funeral Service. C8283 THIESSEN Passed away in Coaldale on May 1974 at the age of 81 Mrs. Justina Thiessen of beloved wife of the late Mr. Nicholas Thiessen. Born and raised in the late Mrs. Thiessen came to Canada in 1926 to Manitoba and in 1936 she moved to Coaldale where she has resided until her passing. She is survived by four Nick Thiessen of De Ben Thiessen and Jake Thiessen of Grande Prairie and Rudy Thiessen of Grand five daughters. Miss Helen Thiessen of Coaldale. Mrs. C. Janzen of Mrs. H. Dick of Linden. Mrs. B. Regier of Mrs. A. Reimer of twenty-one grandchildren and one great- grandson. She is also survived by one sister in Ontario and one sister in Russia. Funeral services will be held at p.m. in the Mennonite Brethren Church in Coaldale on May 11. 1974. Interment will follow in the Coaldale Cemt-tery. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C8282 IN MEMORIAM MCDOWELL in loving memory of a dear husband. Edwin Arthur who passed away May 14. 1969. With tender memories ever true Today and Always we think of you -Always renumbered by his loving wife and family. IN MEMORIAMS In loving memory of our dear mother and Inez who passed away May 1970 and our brother and Richard Dennis who away 'May 1970. It's been four years ago this month. Since they were called away The tears flow now as they did And the pain in our hearts is still to no end. 1258 HOLLIHAN In loving memory of our dear and great Inez who passed away May 8. 1970 and a dear and who passed away May 1970. Memory lane is a lonely Where thoughts are tender and Again and again we'll travel that lane Because it leads to To us you both were Someone set apart Your memory is our keepsake From which we'll never As time goes memories stay. As near and dear as yesterday. t you're always near So so missed and very dear. But God will mend that broken chain And ease our saddened hearts one by one we'll meet you both again. remembered and sadly all the family. 1027-lOh CARDS OF THANKS The family of Mary E. Danielson wishes to thank the people for their kind wishes by flowers and for our mother's 100th Birthday Party. We also would like to thank the Southland Nursing Home for their kind reception. John. Willv and Delia 1304 THE VMCA KYODOKAN JUDO CLUB would like to thank all those who participated in their Provincial draw. The draw was made May 1974. The winner of the side of beef was Mrs. Rachel winner of 50 gallons of gas was Mrs. Lynda Lisowicz. 1517 Birch Lethbridge. Alberta. A tape recorder was' awarded to the Junior who sold the most tickets. The winner was Doug 902 7th St Lethbridge. 1254 THE COALDALE COMMUNITY HOSPITAL WOMEN'S AUXILIARY wish to thank everyone who in any way assisted in making the recent Tea and Bazaar such an outstanding success. As a result of the support a total fo was realized. Special thanks to Lacombe Nurseries. Coaldale for the donation of numerous geranium plants. Raffle ticket winners 1. Mrs. John Sawatsky. quilt. 2. Mrs. Hellmuth table cloth. 3. Mrs. Peter Wall Two antifreeze. Door Prize Mrs. Elizabeth Wall geranium plant 1303 THOMPSON Mere words cannot fully express the surprise and pleasure experienced by my family and myself on Friday evening April 19th when the Readymade Community and Lethbridge friends gathered to honor me on my school bus driving retirement. A man need not ask for much more than good adults and delicious happy reminiscences of buses and miles enjoyable readings and musical a unique bus- shaped lovely flower ana gift all packaged in a most memorable evening which we shall long treasure. Sincerest and thanks to all for your thougbtfulness and and Bev Thompson and family. CARDS OF THANKS HEBENIK I wish to extend a sincere thank you to the doctors of Hunt Clinic and the nurses of 4th Floor Municipal Hospital for the excellent care I received while I was a patient and to my friends'and neighbors for the cards and gifts. Alma Hebenik. 1256 MAKARENKO We wish to extend sincere thanks to everyone who showed kindness and sympathy with mass and cards during the loss of our Nick Makarenko. Our thanks to the staff in the Devon Nursing Home for their loving care. Many thanks to Father R. Father the members of the National Slovak Society and the Ladies Aid of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church. Maggie Makarenko and family. Larry Makarenko. 1253-11 Schools future studied The superintendent of separate schools will be looking into suggestions for future planning that evolved from an April 26 meeting at St. Basil's School. The suggestions could result in many recommendations being made to the Separate School Superintendent Ralph Hirnsl told separate board trustees at their monthly meeting Wednesday. The the challenge of Catholic education in the identified possible directions for planning. These included the use of visible signs to demonstrate the presence of Catholic-influenced long-range planning to bring religion into the entire curriculum and education of high gchool students for Catholic parenthood. Also mentioned were local provision of instruction for adults in Catholic ethics and changes in the church and increased emphasis on religious instruction. reports will carry specific recommendations on these Mr. Himsl said. Fund for supervision increased The separate school board decided Wednesday to reach into its pocket and provide another for supervision of extra-curricular activities in city separate schools. The for the funds was made by the Teacher- Board Advisory' Committee which worked out a formula for payment to individual schools for funding supervision of extra- curricular activities. The formula says elementary schools should get a basic plus per pupil and the Catholic Central High School a basic plus per pupil. The formula was and the board had only budgeted in consultation with the will establish a formula within his school for determination of allotment of extra- curricular pay for each Superintendent Ralph Himsl said. The board also approved a public relations campaign recommended by Mr. Himsl to inform people moving into Lethbridge during the summer about the separate school district. The campaign would be similar to one done last year when two brochures were produced. Condition unchanged A Lethbridge boy struck by a car while crossing 16th Avenue S. Tuesday remains in fair condition at Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Krir 2426 20th Ave. was injured as he crossed the street west of Sears SATURDAY SPECIALS Limited Quantities Starts a.m. Personal Shopping Only Men's Dress Shirts Long Sleeves Reg. a-Fancy two clip 2 button sleeve b-end on end. satin spread collar colors brown and green. Sizes 14Vs 17. Men's Furnishings 3 Quart Electric Corn Popper 599 Polished aluminum. Heat resistant glass lid. Reg. Small Electrical Appliances Playtex Baby Nurser Kit contains 8 50-8 oz. pre-sterilized sacs. 8 holders and 4 retainer rings. Reg. Playtex Baby Bottles 89 Reg. I Infants Oept. Burgess Cordless Portable Lamps Reg.S9.98 Sports Centre White Heather Chocolates Pot of Gold Chocolates Reg. Ib.................... Jumbo Gums Reg. Ib................... I77 Candy Dept 'Adidas Match'Oxfords for men and at Sears Adidas the best oxfords you can play in. Featuring top quality cotton popular1 contrast- ing stripes and durable crepe rubber padded tongue and topline ensures fast-action comfort. Rubber toe protector. the tennis tomorrow Wimbiedon. Meet your white trim. Men's and 12 Q99 Reg. S9.98 Boys' 5. 6 Sheep Manure Broken bags only Reg.S3.99 2 Garden Shop Ladies' Caftans 1O 99 Perfect for Mother's Day. Acetate with V-Neck- line and inside tie at waist. S.M.L Reg. At Home Wear Assorted Bras 4 39 Plain and Padded push-up and under wires. Cotton and tricots. Reg. to Limited Quantities. Foundations Ladies' Bra Dresses Your choice of long or short styles in sizes 10-16 At Home West Short. Reg. Long. Reg. Slip Panty Sets 3 49 Say thanks to Mother on her day with a practicable slip and brief or bikini set. S.M.L in assorted colors. Reg. to At Home Wear Exercise Bike 39 99 Tubular steel frame. Adjustable tension Comfortable padded seat. Reg. Beauty Health SPALDING AUGUSTA GOLF CLUBS Ladies' and Men's right hand 7 pc. set. Consisting of 1 3 wood. 7 9 iron putter. Cycolac heads on wood. Chrome snad 99 blasted irons. Reg. 37 Limited Quantities Sports Centie Ud. SimpMfw-SMHW you gel ftotH MMMCnOfl Of IUWWy nMjffMMM Store Open Daily a.m. to p.m. Thursday and Friday a.m. to p.m. Centre Village Mall. Telephone 328-9231 ;