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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 24, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wedneldoy, May 24, 1972 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 27 I Births, Deaths, Funerals, s! Cards Of Thanks, Memoriams DEATHS DEATH (TIIK'N Funeral SIT-! CIUPPS Passed away in: 'for the hitc 1- 11. city on Monday, .May 22. 'union "ere hHd Tuesday, 1U72, Mr. Herbert Algernon May Jli I'm, at the Gordon 10. Cripps, at the age of 75 years. Morgan' Funeral Home, Nia-! ol 851 llth Street South, beloved c-ii-i on the-I akc Ontario wilh i husband of the late Mrs. IClien interment in Si Catharine's Eli-zahelh Cripps. The late Mr. fhurdi Cemetery, Niasara-on- Cripps came to Lethbridge in the-Lake. Mr. Gullion was lie nd of J e a r. Betty Jean Gullion, and was a resident of I.ethbridpc prior to 1939 at which lime he was (he early 1800's and was well known IhrouRhout Southern Al- iovcd ul v.-ell Gulh'on aral dear father of hcrta as a piano tuner and in-1 s-trnment icpair expert. He was predeceased liy one son, Gor- A graveside service will lii -t wc ri.neer of Western Grocers hold on Friday at a.m., r d u'thbridRO. 233BA will, Dr. R. W. K. Elliott officiating. Interment will lol- I in Mountain View Ceme- in i tery. Friends may pay their rc- in MARTIN I3UOS. thanl. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, at p in. in Martin Urns. MEMOR- IAL CHAPEL, with Pastor F. Schocpp officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Archmo.ml Memorial Gardens. Friends mav pav their rcsnccts at Mar- tin' Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL 703 13lh Si. N. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fun- eral Service. C2110D i MARTIN BROS. LTD., Diree- j tors of Funeral Service ULUt- YIP Passed av.-ay in the city on Saturday. Mav 20. 1372, following lengthy illness, Mr. Dip Yip at Ihe age of 82 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Quon Slice Yip of Coaldalc. The fun- eral service will be held on Thursday at p.m. in Ley- den's Chapel 30-1 18th Avenue Calgary. Interment will FUNERALS i I'ENTOX Funeral service for Levis Bosworth Pcnton. be-1 loved husband of Mrs. Ida Pen-! ton of 418 27th St. S., Leth- i bridge, who died suddenly May i 15. 1972. was held at p.m. I Saturday. May 20, 1972. in The Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Wit- j I nesses. 125 13th St. N., with j i Keith Robbins officiating. Chris- j teiisen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Her- vice, was in charge of the ar- j rangements. TOT1I Funeral service ftif Miss Magdoline Priscilla Totn. j Ql'AYLF. Passed away in the city Tuesday. May 23. 1972. Mr. James Edward Quayle at the age of 50 years, beloved _ husband of Mrs. Bertha Ellen Quayle of 621 10th St. N. Born raised and educated the Canadian Army during the Second World War. For tlr past 22 years he was associated with G. 'll. Baxter and son. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one of Edmonton; one son, William at home: one granddaughter; three sisters, Mrs. J. P. (Mona) Crapp. Mrs. Jessie Arnold, both of Lethbridge, Mrs. Eileen A. Watmough, Hif-h River: two brothers. Mr. Douglas Quaylc Lcthbridge. and Mr. Joe Quayle of Edmonton. He was a mem- ber of the Canadian Legion and the 10F. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at p m. in Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th St. N., with Rev. Peter Walker of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Field of Honor, Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL, 703 Kilh S. N. Phonel 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. i Directors of Funeral Service. C21IOB at the age of 29 years, was held I at a.m. Tuesday. May 23. i 1972. in the Bethlen Presbyten- an Church 1020 10th Ave. N.. with Rev. George Tolcs offici-; aling. Pallbearers were Frank j Kcmeri. Eric Bluum, Mickey and William Dohcrty, Joseph Tcth and William Miller. Inter- meiit was in the Mountain View Cemetery. Christcnsen Salmon i Funeral Home Ltd.. Directors i of Funeral Service, was in 1 charge of the arrangements. CARDS OF THANKS ALEXANDER Constable and Mrs. K. D. H. Alexander would like to thank the doctors and staff of Magrath Municipal Hospital for Ihe safe delivery and wonderful care Bca and Ilea-ther Dawn Marie received during tlicir stay. 2440-25 i UMERIS I wish to thank the doctors, nurses and staff of second floor, south-west wing of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care I received dur- ing my hospitalization. A spe- cial thanks to my friends, neigh- bors and family for the lovely flowers, cards and visits. Martha Umeris 2534 SUN CIIUF.X Passed away in Bow Island on Tuesday, May 23. 1972, Mr. Sun Chuen at the age of 7-1 years, beloved husband" of Mrs. Bow Sim Chucn of Bow Island. Born in China, Ihe laic Mr. Churn came to Bow Island in 1910, where he has resided uniil his passing. He was a pioneer busi- ness man having founded The Chuck Chuea Company which is bi-ing operated by his fnmilv. In Centennial Year lie j FACHKO I wish to thank i all my relatives, friends and i neighbours, especially my sis- Betty and brother, T o n y. Mrs- Patterson and Claudia Tennanl: the Pallbearers and Father Zubach. Also a thr.nk you for the cards, flowers and Mass Cards and gifts of food and other acl.s of kindness and exoressions of sympathy during this lime of bereavement. -Verona (Minnie) Facliko 11IC1T.M1A 1 would like iVhoiio Iv'u'in the 'o-ilv business Michael's Hospital the won- lit! and oi.eraiod In- the dcrfnl care I m-e.ved wlnle a ..nil m.nu ...I nMijeni there Mv appreeiatavi low island i< ex.ended to all Ihc friends for visits, (lowers. cards and gifts. Francos Heilsma Taber m-iiM'n: member "I Chainhi'i- of sides his loving wife he is sur- vived by four {laughters. Miss Helen Chuen and Miss Miry Churn holh of How Island. Mrs. .Icbn II i l-'i i'g o! Taher. Mrs. Lome 11. iV'iok't) Fong of Lelhbridge; three sons Mr (leorpe Chuen and j thank all my friends in Mr. Harry Chuen of Bow Island bridge and Ihe southern com- anil Mr" Norman Cliuen of ninnity for the many cards, Medicine Hal; 'l2 grandchil- gills and visits I received while dren: one sisier in Hong Kong. in the Hospital. al- He was predeceased by daughter. Irene and one hi lira- gary. They all helped lo keep ip 'my moral and until 1 sec j roth- held on Friday al p.m. in SI. Andrews I'niled Church. Bon1 Island with Kev. Hodge ufficialiiiR. Inlcnncnl will fol- low in the Chinese section. Moimiain View Lethbridge. l''riends may pay Ibeir respecls ai the Church fren 12 noon unlil prior lo Hie. I'rviec or al Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 yon. once more, thank you very much. Dora M. Moretand New China ally PORT LOUIS, Mauritius (Al1) The 70-mcmhcr Mauritian legislative assembly has ap- proved by a large majority the government's plan lo establish diplomatic relations with main-' Men's, Boys Women's MEN'S PERMANENT PRESS T-SHIRTS MEN'S COTTON KNIT SHIRTS Sh.rt.slwe cotton knit skirt spoil; ..swe con 3-button placket and ctesl pocket. llavy. lilac. an eyelet I W I navy, rose while and told; sizes S-M-L-Xl. 3.96 lilac yellow. bUk, yellow. S-U 3.9b SHOES White leather shoes with racy blue stripes. Styled with foam-padded ankle liner, G-eyelet tie, foam rubber sole. Cushioned insole with built-in arch support, s 5-9. men's 6-11. Women s CANVAS DECK SHOES Misses CANVAS DECK SHOES fottke young miss canvas ijsrt stats with SOT grip sole full ctistan Wtate navy. 113 Match-Mates for Your Kitchen... COLOURED ALUMINUM COOKWARE B. 2''- OJ. WHISTLING KETTLE, [vn liilinj iliiminuDi D. 3-PCE. SET. Intlefcs I. 2 mi 1 c-l. quictlv hciK pifH ssramni. fis! ti.'lsi. jluiiJin. P1PPF N'S VINYL Our Own Brand! SCAMPER" CARPETING RUGS FORT-SANDALS Foot comfort for summer stepping... white or bone colour smooth vinyl wide- band sandal with adjustable buckle strap. Raised wooden heel and platform, i rubber sole. Sizes 5-9. SHEER STRETCH NYLON KNEE HOSE 2in WHITE LEATHER BELTS nylon knee hose in lovely fashion shades. Fits sizes 8% to 11. Sail Into Summer With NAUTICAL PINS WPENDANTS 12-PCE. TUMBLER SETS See-northy (Jihion accents... pins 'n1 pendanls in clulk wliiti blue-and-shite with silver colour sellings. Anchor, boat oi lilebuoy motifs For summer thiisl-timu... decorative "Eldorarlo" glass tumbler sets IwGlvc 12-oz. tumblers in avocado or amber. Satisfaction Guaranteed! C2110A I land China. locolod In Zcllcr'i Shopping Conlrn on Mayor Mnflralh Drivn. Opon Doily 9 o.m. lo p.mTifhursday and'Fridoy 9 a.m. lo 9 p.m. Tolcpliono 358.8171 ;