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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 26, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LE1HDRIDGE HERAID Friday, Mfy Ik, 1972 DEATH CARDS OF IN MEMORIAM5 M.MV willnlriuv unless hosinl covers <'onnlv VVriCS MONEY KOKl'Ki: :m in I lie rily on Wnlin'Mliiy. ill. 11172, fiiiluwinn a illnc... Mrs. 1.. M I In1 nfic" (if u'.'irs ul I'icluu1 Moral wife iif tin- Inif Mi1. Julin Woslry Kdl'pKi1. 1'oni in London, Kmiland. tin1 hiti; Koepkc came In Allvrla in llHul ;im) lurd mirth of Iron Spring (the Hub Arlluir [iln'.ri [iir a feu1 ;ears as a fluid Slu1 Ih'.'n moved to Ciiinniei'C'e where her ilad, Arthur .Manning worked as a brick hycT. rec-civi-d her educalion ill ConnnerL'i', Diamond City and l.elhbridiii1 She married iho latr Mr. John Wesley Koepke in and they moral In l'iclurc IJullc in l.'C-l ami started I lie first I'osl Cif- ficc, located where Mrs. Kcepke resided until her 't'licv also had the fir.4 dant'O hall la Picture liutle In 1M7 Hie IVt Office movi d nn'o the main slreel of 1'kiure Unite n- Hie old qinilers "ere loo small In IBM a new Federal I'osl Ofliee was liuill which Mrs. Koepke and her slaff moved iulo on Ihe HOIIi cf dune S'ne retired in IDiiti, iK-an in II1..: pos- tal scivice lur a i-iial nt years She is ivc'i I'y tlauEhlers. Mr.-. Mac' M'. Nel- son of Lclliliridue, Mrs. i tola R. Oslrum of Picture Bulle; one son. Mr. Leonard Koepke of Picture Bulle: pramicltil- dren and seven jjreal-pnilidchil- dreu and one sislcr. Mrs. i Lil- lian) G. of Spokane. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CIIAPEL, 703 tilth St. -Y. with Rev. Dr. n W. K. Elliott offi- ciating. Interment will folltm in Archmounl Memorial Gar dons. Friends may pay their re- spects at Martin "Bros. MEMO- RIAL CHAPEL. 7113 Ufh SI. N., phone 328-2301 MAP.TIX BliOS. LTD.. Directors of Funeral Service. C21II3 COSTS ItlSE The Churcli of England has doubled its charges for wed- funeral wilh orpan music. li.MliM.I.N i.e i vey cur MII-ITC i nil her'illi IL thanks lo all mir friends. iirinhhor; and rrlaliu'S lor all their flmvers and nf sympathy exlend- i-d to us duriiw Hie reicnt pass- ini; our ir.v.'d o.ie. Knowii's. Special (hanks lo the docier and .-ialt ai ll'e Si Iloviilal '.id R.'v. 11. W. K. Elliott and Martin BrtMiers Home. KIK.W'ICS and STOLT I wish to Ihiink the doctors. nurs-.'S, staff of Hie Municipal Hospital for the care and kindness shown lo my hushand. Yirpil S I o u t diiruifi his lenglhy illness, and ai the lime of his sudden pass- inp. 1'or the heln a.ud concern of my wonderful family and rela- tives. !he com.rcirlum pi'L-scnce and of Ihe minister. !he lo I'.ie the conlribulions to the Heart ami (.'ancer I-'unds and the Rihle Memorial Plan. Ihe flowers and cards recL'ircd. liie iicss and syinnalby of oar friends anrl neilhbors. there aie no v.ords lo adequately CM press my thanks. Ida I.. Siout DASH "We would like lo ex- tend our sincere Ihar.ks to our friends, neighbors, and rela lives, for their cards, flowers, food, and those who offered cars, and any help given to us during Ihe loss of onr loved one. Also, a thank you lo Ihe Rev. Canon R. W. Cowan for officiating at the service. Thank you to tbe pallbearers and lo Martin Bros. Funeral home. Thank you to the doctors and nurses who helped care for onr lornt! one. during )iis A special thank yon to Ihe square dancers who piwided and served lunch. Your many acts of kindness will always be re- membered. Mrs. Katie Dash and family .UACIUM In lovnii: nicin- TAI.KKK'P.A. Alaska i lieu- picture in Hie aliol I Three men and a worn- County of and mother, Mrs. Sophie who passed away May Forget you mom, we never will" For in our hearts you are i with us still. Hehind our smiles there Is I many a tear i For (he mom we lost and loved so dear. remembered by Kcrnicc and John Navralil, 1 Irene ami Donald Filafilo and grandchildren Trainiii" ccnlro ickinlcy and then ski down Ihe est face of Ihe p.'ak. highcsl i Norlh Ajncrica Tl'.e olisists cf Sudan, hel HOX.OII, Valen, ol and ViiKuit Mcrcic. i "ou consi'kcanly next year. irics of Ihe coimly area, nformed Ihc- toun ''lhal. we oi'jona! rccrealion agreement I one II board is formed for all U'. II. re.-i'caliun dir SANTIAGO (Itculcr) Chil- soulhern area .can poel laureate Pablo 'ice Ihc afireemerl made rscrutia. winner of last year's u'lily will' willidraw froiii. "1RT ilml Ibcj Nobel prize for HLcraluro nnd reemenl as oi Der. C'naldale director for Mimeiimo current Chilean ambassador to Iplior lo lhal. has been re-; France, has donated of e are now two hoards.! lo make a study on (he his money lo the Chilean e norlh regional and the fea'-'ihilily or liavinf; one iTRion-j Cominunisl parly of which i he is a long slandinK member. hoard for engineers WINXIPEfi iCpi nian nalional cs- labhsli a centre lor eiiyiiiGt-is at Gimli, Man.. A. R. Yullkmis. jiresidcnL nf CN'.s Prairie reg- ion said loclay. The Iraining centre will bo ihc [irsL of its kind in Canada and will use .sonic facilities nf l.hc former Canadian Forces Base at Gimli. about GO miles norlh of Winnipeg. Deaths yesterday I Uy THE CANADIAN TRESS Nielsen, DO. n Dani5h aclrc.ss who was one 1 of Europe's biggest film and slage stars before the Nazi era.- nig Tex i in in y Elder. 24. who on the national AAU hr-avyu'cigb! champiomliii) in 1970 and represented the Lnitcd Slates in international i competition. .1 n( bureau chief in i Queliec City between I 197J. ;NTRE VILLAGE Wig Service Comb-out Reg. 1.00 SALE f MERCHANT PRINCE Saws 10-86 SALE Formosa Wood Oval Bowls QQtf Reg. 1.19 SALE SO MERCHANT PRINCE Sets 30% OH Panty Hose One siie, beige PER PAIR 3 MERCHANT PRINCE Ice Chests Reg. 1.57 SALE Fleetwood Stereo One only! Contemporary Styling. AM and FM Radio and Garrard A Changer. Reg. 299.95 SALE 1 VW Mirrors Reg. 9.50 SALE King Size Surf Detergent 5-lb. box SALE jj 1 Limil Jwo per customer Mitt Reg. 1.59 SALE Bayer Aspirin 100's SALE, EACH 10-30 Oil Reg. 2.85 SALE, PER GAL. am Men's Double Knit Dress Pants Sizes 28 lo 40 SAIE Marshmailows SALE PER DAG Boys' Cotton Jeans p C.Ofl Sizes 8-16 SALE pair Phentex Yarn 8-01. bnll SALE, EACH Men's Alpaco Knitted Sweaters 9.88 Intensive Care Lotion. 4 SALE jj Noxzema Mouthwash SALE 3 f., 1 Fabric Softener 66-oz. sizo 'ng. 1.37 SALE HJJ Limit Onn Prr Cmlomnr Rockwell Sanders 91.88 Reg, 26.50 SALE fc, B Straw Handbags Would Cos! 813.98 DASKCT CHAIR COVER. fji-ccr-ccmpjininniinrj covrrs oro plum ply f illrd willi shredded Serofocini (or sonlin'-i comfort. mo [ormrrl for n tifilll Ml. Many patlcrns nnd cnloir, lo from. '1 AT STORE HOURS: Open Daily 9 n.m. to p.m. Thursday nnd Friday 9 o.m. lo 9 p.m. Centre Villngo, Telephone) 328-9231. BASKET CHAIR. Tlu- (in-nlrsl clocamlor fhnir vnlu'1 wr nf Slurdy hciskcl clitiif, ihni tin; mndo o( linncl-wovon nciluml icill-m pocl. Mcurlfd on -.lionti pkislic lippocl hlnck wrounhi iron locj-i. COSTS ;