Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 25, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Thuncfoy, November 25, 1971 THE IETHBPIDGE HERALD 29 Jjiriks, J ban It an ts, DEATHS ROEVER Passed away in Coaldalc on Sunday, Novem- ber 21, ]97J, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Justina Roever at Ihe ago of 56 years, beloved of Mr. Gerhard Hoover of Coaldale. The funeral service will held Friday at p.m., in the Pentecostal Tabernacle, with Pastor W. J. Gamble offi- ciating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRADITION- AL CHAPEL Ml 3 Avenue S. until noon on Friday. MARTIN BROS. LTD.. Directors of UK I Funeral Service. C8751 DEATH I.UCYK Passed away in the eily on Tuesday, November 23, 1071, following a lengthy illness, Mr. George Lucyk, at Ihe age of 78 years of Leth- bridge. The funeral service will lie held on Friday at p.m. FUNERAL NASTIUK Funeral service for Nick (Nikolaj) Nastiuk, be- loved husband of Mrs. Annie Nastiuk of 120 17th St. N. who died in Ihe city Tuesday, Nov. 16, 1971, at the age of 67 years, was held Friday, Nov. 19, 1971, Martin Bros. M e morial in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 703 18 St. N., with Kev. Father M. H. Gillls O.M.I, of- ficiating. Interment will in Archmount Memorial Gar- dens. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C8750 FUNERAL HUISMAN Funeral sen-ice (for Albertus Huisman, OKUTAKE To- beloved husband of Mrs, Ruth mozane (Clio jit su) passed Huisman of 1113 24th St. S. away in the city on Tuesday, J who died in the city Friday, November 23rd, 1971, at the! Nov. 19, 1871, after a long ill- age of 8.1 years, belovnl hus-1 ness at the age of 72 years, band of Mrs. Tsuru Okut.ike, i was held at p.m. Tuesday, of 1831 fi Avc. N. Service Nov. 23. 1971, in McKillop will be held in the Lclhbridgc United Church with Rev. A. T. Honpa Buddhist Church '.Till j King officiating. Pallbearers Forestry Avc. on Thursday were Clayton Bricker, Bob (tonight) at 8 p.m., wifh Rev., flieidraie, Jack Eccleston, Jim Leslie Kaivamnrn officiating. Clark, Harry Aitchison and Sig Interment service will be held Gronberg. Interment was in at the church on Friday mor- j Archmount Memorial Car- Ding at 10 a.m. and interment! dens. Martin Eros. Ltd.. Direc- will follow in the1 Mcintain i tors cf Funeral SeiTice, was in View Cemetery. CHRISTEN- j charge of the arrangements. SEN' S A L M 0 N FUNERAL HOME LTD.. Directors of Fu- neral Service. COMPLETES VOYAGE DI7-K) SEATTLE (API A replica the ship which led to the TOP Si'EEI) tour.ding of the Hudson's Bay The greyhound can hit a top j Co. has completed n speed of aboul 43 miles an hour.' overland voyage to Eaattle. Chape! with Rev. Brace Field officiating. Pallbearers were Steve and John Homaniuk, Mike Makarenlto, Bill and Da- vid Slcmko and Fred Bobinec. Interment was in the Mount Calvary section of Mountain View Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. CARDS OF THANKS COCKERILL _ We wish to extend sincere thanks to all our relatives and friends who call- ed at our daughter's home on the occassion of our 50Ui wed- ding anniversary; for the beau- tiful flowers, gifts, cards, letters. and phone calls, and to all who! helped in any way to make' this a lovely day to remember. and Sylvia Cockerill 3739 CARD OF THANKS SMITH Norccn, Grant and Cindy Smith and the Boulton family wish to express their sincere appreciation to Jean's doctor of the Haig Clinic, the nursing staff of St. Michael's Hospital, Rev. Crisfield of K. Augustine's Anglican Church and to Jean's friends, heartfelt thanks and appreciation for their many kindnesses shown during her illness; to all friends, relatives and neighbors for their donations to the Albsrta Heart Fund, messages of sym- pathy, kind words, flowers, food ajid the help given in any way. 1 Your thoughtfuiness will al- 1 ways lie remembered. NASTIUK The family of the late Nick (Nickolaj) Nas- tiuk wish to express their sin- cere thanks and appreciation to the pallbearers and Rev. Father Field; to all their rela- tives and friends; to the Ladies of the Association of United likranian Canadian who pre- pared and those who helped serve the lunch; for all the flowers, mass cards, cards, food and visits and to everyone who helped in any way to ease our sorrow in the loss of our dear husband, father and grand- falher. Annie Nastiuk and family. 3753 Eaton's Clears IN MEMORIAM loving Dry of a dear dad and Paul Handerok, who passed away November 25. 1970. remembered and sad- ly missed by Steve, Linda and family. 3725 MORE IN MEMORIAMS ON PAGK ill) Bert Mac's Cycie Ltd. 91 3 5fd Avo. S. Phone 327-3221 IETHBRIDGE, Motor Co. Ltd. RAYMOND, AUA. PHONE Supply ltd. BOX 158, WARNER, Supply Ltd. CLARESHOIM, ALTA. PHONE 235-3711 Ranchers' Supply Ltd. PINCHER CREEK, AUA. PHONE R Service (Cardston) Ltd. CARDSTON, AUA. PHONE WILL FIND THE BEST BRANDS ADVERTISED IN THE LETHBRIDGE Get new window beauty at low cost. Variety of colours and sizes! Hurry in! Pick up great buys on drap- eries that are ready to hong. Ready to give your home a bright new look. At low Eaton clearance prices. Personal shop- ping only. Be early for these. A great collection of ready-made drap- eries are priced to clear at Eaton's Fri- day. Ends of lines. Discontinued palierns. Limited quantifies in attractive prints and plains. 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