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D 6 Classified The Leader-Post Regina Tuesday, December 15, 1992 Quote Of The Day Chuckle Of The Day Counter Service Hours: Phone Service Hours: Mon.-Frl. 8am-5pm Mon.-Fri. 8am-8pm Sun. 4pm-8pm Out of town call toll free 1-800-667-9999 Use Your Handy Mastercard or Visa CHS When other people take a long time to do something, theyre slow. When we take a long time were thorough." None are so old as those who have outlived enthusiasm." Anonymous Anonymous Death Notkat Memonomt ........................................ fuiMrai Chapel., Monument LsgwiesMemonalt. ........ Cemetery Mot Prayer Comer Cord of Thank II 14 17 20 23 26 29 Personal ......... ........... ruket....M...M. ............................. Travel Companion Dating Services........ People finder ................ lost A Pound forthcoming Marriages Weddings Anniversaries Birthdays Graduation Reunions 37 40 43 46 49 32 55 60 70 BO 90 100 no Beauty Health A Pitnei Counselling .. Readings ........ 120 130 135 137 Birth Announcements................ Happy Days ....................................... Happy Day Services ........................... iVOntS Service Club .. .............. Senior's Directory 160 170 ISO 190 200 210 8 DEATHS ALLEN Funeral Service for Lvle Edward Allen, late of Weyburn, Sask., who passed away on December 14, 1992 at the age of 88 years, will be held on Thursday, December 17, 1992 at 2:00 p.m. from the Grace United Church, Weyburn, Sask. with Rev. Bill Corkum and Marilyn Ander-son-Corkum officiating. Interment will follow in Green Acres Memorial Gardens, Weyburn, Sask. Lyle Edward Allen was predeceased by his parents, Edward and Bessie Allen; one infant son; and one son, Don Allen; five brothers: Mark, Glenn, Vern, Blair and Hugh Allen; and one sister, Ruth Bennett. He leaves to mourn his loving wife, Florence Allen, Weyburn; two sons: Jim (Ann) Allen, Winfield, B.C., Hugh (Carol) Allen, Regina; one daughter-in-law, Ida Allen, La Ronge; two sisters-in-law: Agnes Allen, Moose Jaw and Kim Allen, Moose Jaw. He also leaves eight grandchildren, Lyle Allen, Saskatoon; Terry (Terry) Helary, La Ronge; Vern Allen, La Ronge; Mark (Pamela) Allen, Kitimat, B.C.; Darcy (Lisa) Allen, Richmond, B.C.; Linda Allen, Regina; Bonnie Allen, Edmonton, AB.; and Sherri Allen, Regina; five great-grandchildren, Meaghan, Mitchell, and Nicole Helary, Carly and Sharice Allen. Those wishing to express their sympathy may donate to the Grace United Church Memorial Fund or to the Weyburn Union Hospital Building Fund. Arrangements In care of Hastings-Dionne Funeral Home, Weyburn, Sask. (842-6662) Terry Hastings Duane Dionne COOK Mr. Richard B 73, late of Regina passed away at the Plains Health Centre, on Monday, December 14, 1992. Predeceased by his parents; two brothers and a sister. He Is survived by his loving wife, Ada; three sons: David of Moose Jaw, Donald of Regina and Gerald of Toronto; and three dear grandchildren: Sarah, Adam and Matthew; four sisters: Nora (Albert) Meier of Regina, Josie (Adolph) Meier of Frankslake, Alma (Walter) Wlrth of Regina, Del (Art) Shaw of Lethbridge; one brother. Con (Marl) of Edenwold. Richard (Dick) spent forty-three years in ed ucation os teacher, as principal of Neu-dorf, Edenwold and Oxbow schools, then mathematics Department Head at Shel don-Williams Collegiate, Regina; five years, Superintendent Wilkie Superlnten-dency, 1959-64; was appointed High School Superintendent, 1964-70; Regional Superintendent, 1970-73 and Associate Director of Curriculum, Department of Education until he retired in 1982. Funeral service will be held in Good Shepherd Lutheran Church, 3825 Hillsdale Street, Regina on Thursday, December 17, 1992 at 2.00 p.m. with the Rev. D. Pollard officiating. Prayers and viewing will be held Wednesday evening trom 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. in Speers Funeral Chapel, 2136 College Avenue. Interment In Regina Memorial Gardens. Flowers most gratefully declined, friends so wishing may moke contributions to the Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Building Fund or the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan, 2332 1 1th Avenue, Regina, S4P OKI. PORTER Mrs. Eva Porter (nee Rogan), age 76 years, of Saskatoon, SK, December 10, 1992, at City Hospital. She Is survived bv her loving husband, Joe; daughter, Joan (Doug) Small and three children, Susan (Scott) Lane of Houston, Texas, Bruce Ward of Victoria, BC, and John Small of Saskatoon; son, Ron (Elian) and children, Michael and Potrlck all o Saskatoon, SK, as well os, three great-grandchildren, Trovis Word and Christopher and Brittany Lane. She Is further survived by two sisters, Helen Nicholson of Regina, SK, and Grace Pratt of Montreal, PQ; three brothers, Malcolm Rogan of Saskatoon, SK, Norman Rogan of Regina, SK, and Jack Rogan of Regina, SK. She was predeceased bv her parents, Mr. Charles and Mrs. Lula Rogan; one sister Isabelle Smith; and one brother, Allan (Bud) Rogan. It wos Mrs. Porter's wish that no Memorial Service take place. Interment of Cremated Remains will take place at a later dote In Dlsley Cemetery, Dlsley, SK . TOGNERI On Monday, December 14, 1992, after a long 7 days battle to keep his heart going, Mr. Giuseppe (Joe) Tognerl, age 7 ears passed awav peacefully with his daughter by his side. Funeral orranae-ments pending with LEE FUNERAL HOME, Regmo (757-8645). Air Conditioning 310 Appliance Repair ............. 320 ossmenti.........i..........M............HH. 330 Building Supplies..... 335 Carpentry 340 Carpeting A Initallotion. ........... .......... 350 Carpet Cleaning.... ...........................300 Concrete 370 Decks 380 Drywalling 390 Eavestroughing 400 Eloctrical .. ... 410 Extorminaters........... 415 Poncing 420 furniture Refinishing A Upholstery ..... 430 Gardening A landscaping ..................440 Sod A Soil .......................................... 442 Hauling A Moving 4S0 Homo Repairs A Interior Renovations . 460 House A Office Cleaning ....470 Hydraulics ...47 S Painting A Decorating.. 480 Paving A Asphalt 490 Plumbing, Heating, Sewer Service ...... 500 Reefing A Chimneys 510 Sand A Gravel.. 520 Siding, Stuccoing, Steps 530 Snow Removal S40 Windows A Window Cioaning 550 Career Instruction 640 Employment Services.......................... 650 Situations Wanted 660 Domestic HeipCoregivers Wanted ..... 670 General Help Wonted 680 Trades 690 Motel, Hotel, Restaurant Help ............. 700 Office A Clerkol.M..MM.M.MM 710 Soles 720 Professional Help Wonted .................. 730 Teachers Wonted................................ 740 Hospital Personnel 7S0 Tenders Judicial Sales. Notice to Creditors liquor Ucence..... Legal Ads Money Wanted.......... Money to Loon Accounting Services ............................ financial Consultants Environmental Services.... Agents A Distributors Potent A Trademarks Business Opportunities Wanted .......... Business Opportunities Commercial Property.. Offices...... Shops................................ Warehouses ...... ..................... Apartments for Sale , Commercial Property Wanted. Industrial Equipment............... Restaurant Equipment ............ Adult Sorvkos.. 560 Escorts........... 570 Bottle Pickup 578 Catering .HH.....N...MH.M.M.....mN 580 Childcare......M...MM.MM........M....M...... 590 lnteftaHunent..H.w....H...NH..M.M 600 Horse and Sleigh Rides....MM...HM ...605 Income Tax Senkes .NH.....WMM...M... 610 Private Investigations 615 Sewing....H.HH....H.i.MM.......HMi..H. 620 Typing Resumes......... 630 8 DEATHS HERMAN David Marvin passed away accidentally December 13, 1992 at the age of 32. Predeceased by his father August Herman. He is survived by his mother Ann Herman of Earl Grey, sisters Norma (Brian) Johnson of Regina, Rosemarie (Gerry) Shumann of Earl Grey, Laura (Bill) Stettner of Regina, brothers August (Janice) of Southey, Jack (Lori) of Bulyea and numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, December 16, 1992 at 2 P.M. from Christ Lutheran Church, Earl Grey. Pastor A. Knudson officiating. Interment at Earl Grey Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the charity of your choice would be appreciated bv the family. Hansen's Funeral Home, Strasbourg in care of arrangements. HITCHENS On Monday, December 14, 1992, Ida Mirum Hitchens, Indian Head, Sask., and formerly of Abernethy, Sask., age 94 years. The funeral service will be held in the Knox United Church, Abernethy, Sask., on Friday, December 18, 1992 at 2:00 p.m. Rev. Lori Erhardt and Rev. Joanne N. Slote officiants. Interment in Abernethy Cemetery. Predeceased by her husband, Edwin (Ted) Hitchens in 1955; seven sons: Adelbert 1991, Harry in 1989, Lome in 1988, Raymond in 1982, Herbert in 1981, Edwin in 1977 and Garth in 1975; and one daughter, Lillian in infancy in 1930; her parents, Marvin and Mary Colton; two brothers; Adelbert in 1956 and Clarence in infancy; five sisters: Olive Colton In 1917, Elva and Ella Colton in infancy, Elsie Colton in 1982 and Alma Jones in 1986. Ida is survived by one son, Roy (Edith) Hitchens, Lemberg, Sask.; three daughters; Queenie (Roy) Braithwoite, Indian Head, Sask., Ruby Basey, Abernethy, Sask., and Elva (George) Goudy, Sifton, Man.; her many grandchildren and great grandchildren; also two brothers; Eldon Colton, Indian Head, Sask., and Percy Colton, Vancouver, B.C.; one sister, Eva Colton, Indian Head, Sask.; and her many nieces and nephews. If friends so desire contributions to the Goldon Prairie Nursing Home, Box 250, Indian Head, Sask., SOG 2K0 may be tokens of remembrance. Arrangements in care of the Tubman Funeral Home, In dian Head (1-800-667-8962). JACQUES Sheree Ann Jacques late of Regina, Sask. passed away at Regina Sask. Saturday, December 12, 1992, age 34 years. Sheree is survived bv her daughter, Keree Mobrav and fiancee Wade Becker of Regina; daughter, Tara Mobray and boyfriend, Brian Biesenthal of Regina; her son, Travis Troll of Kelso, Sask.; her daughter, Candace Mobray of Regina; her son, Tulsa Mobray of Regina; her granddaughter, Amanda Becker of Regina; her parents, Rene and Patsy Jacques of Kelso; her sister. Heather (Randy) Hamb-leton and their daughters, Randine Dichelle and Adrienne of Kelso; her brother, Adrien (Jackie) Jacques and daughters: Kristy and Karris of Wawota; her sister, Ava Jacques (Tom Hanson) and their children, Christa and Larissa of Moosomin; her sister, Jeanine (Hector) Lamontagne and son, Devon of Wawota; and her grandmother, Blanche Jacques of Wawota. Funeral Service will be held from St. Francis-Xavier R.C. Church, Wawota, Sask. on Wednesday, December 16, 1992 at 11:00 a.m. with Fr. David Banga officiating. Cremation to follow. Interment will be In the South Cemetery, Moosomin, Sask. at a later date. If friends so desire, contribu tlons may be made to the John Vanler School, 425 15th Ave Regina in Sheree's memory. Arrangements In care of G. R Carscadden-Wawota Funeral Home, Wa wota, Sask. BIEBER On Monday, December 14, 1992, Helen Bleber, widow of Charles Bleber, Wolselev, Sask., age 92 years. The funeral service will be held In Zion Lutheran Church, Wolselev, Sask. on Wednesday December 16, 1992 at 2:00 p.m. Rev. Allan Harlos officiating. Interment In Wolselev cemetery. Besides her husband, Charles In 1983, Mrs. Bleber Is predeceased by one daughter, Martha Machmer In October of 1992; one daughter-in-law, Bertha Bleber one granddaughter, Marylln Bleber In infancy; one sister, Millie Arndt and Is survived by one daughter, Irene (Lenert) Patzwald, Wolselev, Sask.; one son, Harold Bieber, Winnipeg, Manitoba; 11 grandchildren; 23 great grandchildren one great great grandchild; one brother Henry Klrchner, Vancouver, B C.; one sister, Christina Yeadon, Regina, Sask.; and numerous nieces and nephews. In lieu of flowers, It friends so desire contributions to Zion Lutheran Church, Memorial Fund Wolselev, Sask., SOG SHOor to the Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canado, Saskatchewan Division, 2329 11th Avenue Regina, Sask., S4P 0K2 may be tokens ot remembrance Arrangements In care of TUBMAN FUNERAL HOME, Wolselev (1 800-667 8962). 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StereosCDs...M..................., Phonesfoxes , Computers................................' Office Supplies Miscellaneous Article ... Wonted to Buy Now Houses for Sola 880 Open HouiMH.HHH.w.H.mm....H...H 690 Houses for Sole................................ 900 Out of Town Houses for Sola 910 Houses Wanted to Buy 920 Lots Wonted For Sole ........................ 930 Unfurnished Houses for Rent .............. 940 furnished Houses to Rent ................... 950 8 DEATHS GALLAGHER Sunday, December 13, 1992, Mrs. Margaret Mary Gallagher, age 74 years, dearly beloved wife of Mr. Harold Gallagher, Regina. Predeceased by her parents, Michael B. (Bert) McDermott and Anastasia Fodey. Mrs. Gallagher is survived by her loving husband, Harold; two children, Jim of Regina, Suzanne (Bob) Clay of Fairlight, Sask.; two grandchildren, Jennifer and James Clay; foster child, Inosthene Duverger of Haiti sponsored through Christian Childrens Fund. Margaret received her academic and music education at Sacred Heart Academy. She was awarded the Licentiate of Trinity College, London (Special Merit) at age seventeen. A year later she was appointed organist of Holy Rosary Cathedral having been assistant for the previous six years for a total of twent-five years prior to moving to Saskatoon where she was organist at St. Joseph's Church for five years. Upon returning to Regina, she was organist at Christ the King Church until ill health prevented her from continuing. On February 10, 1945, Margaret married Harold. She was active as a piano teacher, accompanist and organist as well as involvement in the Catholic Womens League, Jeunesses Musicales, Junior Concert Society, Regina Musical Club, Register Music Teachers' Association, Regina Symphony Women's Association, Royal Canadian College of Organists and the Regina Music Festival for which she wos an official accompanist for many years. In addition she had been accompanist for the Regina Ladies Choir and staff pianist at Sheldon Williams Collegiate. She performed as a duo pianist with her husband in both Regina and Saskatoon. Prolonged illness was born courageously until the end came peacefully on Sunday evening with her family at her side. The Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in Blessed Sacrament R.C. Church, 2049 Scarth Street, on Wednesday, December 16, 1992 at 12:00 noon, with the Rev. D. Lucey, Celebrant. Interment in the family plot in Regina Cemetery. Flowers most gratefully declined. Friends so wishing may moke donations, in memorl al, to the Santa Maria Senior Citizens Home, 4215 Regina Avenue, Regina, S4S 0J5. Arrangements In care of Speers Fu neral Chapel. FEDORCHUK On Sunday, December 13, 1992, Mr. WALTER "WALLY FEDORCHUK, late of Regina, Sask., passed away at the age of 63 years. Predeceased by his father, Andrew; mother, Annie; and sister, Stella Dobryden; father In-low, John McCombs; brothers-in-law. Jack McCombs and Bill Dobryden; sister-in-law, Marlene Ireland. Mr. Fedorchuk is survived by his loving wife, Marianne; sons; Rob and Jason; mother-in-law, VI McCombs; brothers-in-law, Doug (Irene) McCombs, Bill (Sheila) McCombs; sis-ters-ln-law. Heather (Gordon) Pierman-tier and Jenn (Lyndon) Gilbert; niece, Jen (Louis) Wiles; and numerous nieces and nephews and great nieces and nephews Walter worked in car and furniture sales for many years and was also a music teacher In the Moose Jaw and Regina district. Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, December 16, 1992 at 1:00 p.m. in the Helmsing Funeral Chapel, 2210 College Ave., Regina, Sask. with Rev. D Petrie officiating. Cremation to follow. A visitation for family and friends will be held on Tuesday (tonight) from 7:00-8:00 p.m. In the Helmsing Funeral Chapel. In lieu of flowers, friends so wishing may make donations In remembrance to the Regina Senior Citizens Centre, 2134 Winnipeg St., Regina, Sask., or to the Cana dlan Diabetes Assoc., Regina and District Branch, 4420 Albert St., Regina, Sask., S4S 6B4. Arrangements are entrusted to the HELMSING FUNERAL CHAPEL, Regi na. (Phone 522-7678) COOMBE Owen Reginald (Reg), aged 82 years, husband of Elmo Coombe and be loved father to Shirley, Fay and Lorry passed away suddenly Friday, December 4, 1992 In Nanaimo, B.C. Reg was born May 13, 1910 In Prince Albert, SK. and served In the R.C.M.P., retiring In 1953 at ter 25 years of service. He was predeceased by his parents, Margaret and Frank; two sisters: Maude and Irene; two brothers: Rowley and Ernie. He will be lovingly remembered by his two daugh ters, Shirley (Ron) Elve and their chit dren, Debbie (Colin) Rowland, Dianne (David) Moroschan, Donna (Raymond) Mlrhon, Brian (Lisa) Elve; doughter Fay (Rudy) Adama of Courtney, B C. ond their two sons, Michael (Suson); Wayne (Cher yi); son Larry (Colleen), Nonalmo, B.C ond their daughter Bryna; also fourteen grentgrandchildren, ond sister Minnie Cutt. 89 years, of Prince Albert, SK. A Memorial Service was held from Sand's Fu neral Chapel, Wednesday, December 1992 Cremation. Cors for Sole 4080 1992 Car for Sola .....4aa 1991 Cors for Sole 4093 1990 Cars for Sole H...H...4094 1989 Cars for Sole 4095 1988 Cars for Sole ...........................4096 1987 Cors for Sale MM...MM........4097 1986 Cors for Sale .,.,....-.....-..........4098 1985 Cars for Sole ...........4099 1984 Cars for Sal .................M...M.SOOO 1983 Cars for Solo 5001 1982 Car for Sola .............................5002 Cars Under $1000 -5005 Antique A Special Interest Vehicles .....5010 Sports Car.....,..............H.H..50 1 5 Luxury Cars .. 5020 Four-Wheel Drive ...............................60 1 0 Trucks -M.....M...H.H..H..-.6030 Truck Accessories........ -...6030 Vans ...............................6035 Vehicles Wanted ....................6037 Trailers 6040 Autowrecking .....6050 Auto Parts A Accessories ...6060 Tires 6070 Automotive Services ...........6080 Auto Rentals A leasing.. .............6090 Motorhomes A RVs. ........6097 Motorcycles .7000 All-Terrain Vehicles ...............70 1 0 Snowmobiles ...7020 Boats A Motors ..7040 ...2080 ...2090 ...3000 ...3010 ...3020 ...3030 ...3040 ,...3050 ,...3060 ,...3070 ....3080 ....3090 .. 3094 ....4000 ....4010 ....4020 ....4030 ....4040 ....4050 ..,.4060 ....4070 food, Seed, Grain A Hoy..- .........7070 Auctions ..H.HM.nM.....7OS0 forms for Sol -....-.-.-.7090 Land for Sale... ...............7095 formPasture for Rnt .8030 farm Help Wanted ....... 8030 Custom form Work............... .mm.8040 Form Equipment .....8050 C hemic oUFertilixer..... . .m.8O60 livestock .8070 HorsesSoddlesTrailers .HM.8O80 Horse Boarding ...8090 Miscellaneous............ . . .......9000 Wanted to Buy 90 1 0 8 DEATHS GRAY Norah Beatrice, at age 92 on Sunday, December 13, 1992. Predeceased by her husband, William in 1965; parents, Canon William and Annie English; sister, Helen Bodman; brothers: George, John, Richard and Thomas; grandsons: Paul Gray and Daryl Rumball, she is survived bv her three children: Margaret Rumball, Regina, Kathleen (Warren) Champ, Saskatoon, William (Isabelle) Gray, Lethbridge; 14 grandchildren; 16 great grandchildren; her sister, Wlnnifred Bryne, La-combe, Alta.; as well as many nieces and nephews. Mrs. Gray was a strong member of the congregation of St. Paul's Cathedral, having served as President, Secretary and Treasurer of the A.C.W. for many years. She gave up her position as Treasurer In 1991 and was presently Corresponding Secretary. In 1966 she received Dominion Life and Diocesan Life membership in the A.C.W. (W.A.). The church and her weekly attendance were very important to her. Her main interest was her family, and she did much to keep this big family together. She wrote a history of her family and pioneer experiences as Barr Colonists in the early 1900s. She also was asked to and made tapes of early pioneer days for the Provincial Archives and the Sask. Historical Society. She was the hub of our family, a proud and independent woman who lived in her own apartment until the end. She loved us all equally. We will forever miss you, dear mother, grandmother and great grandmother. Funeral service will be held on Thursday, December 17, 1992 at 2:00 p.m. In St. Paul's Cathedral, 12th Avenue and McIntyre Street with the Very Rev. Duncan Wallace, Dean of Qu'Appelle, officiating. Interment in Riverside Memorial Park. Flowers gratefully declined. If friends so desire, donations may be made to St. Paul's Cathedral Memorial Endowment Fund. Arrangements In care of Speers Funeral Chapel. SHATTUCK Isabelle Elizabeth (nee Walker) Shattuck passed awav peacefully on December 11, 1992 at the Golden Links Lodge In Winnipeg, Manitoba after a lengthy illness. Born on June 11, 1911 In Govan, Saskatchewan, daughter of James Walker originally of Lower Ireland, Quebec and Annie McKenzie, originally of Inverness, Quebec. Isabelle was predeceased by her husband Allan Wayne Shattuck; her brother Douglas and sister Helen Ridgeway. She is survived by her three children, Aileen Ouvrard of Outremont, Quebec; Douglas and his wife Laurie of Winnipeg and Linda Shattuck and her husband David Cosman of Bury, Quebec; as well as seven grandchildren and her sister Frances Wright of Swift Current, Saskatchewan. The memory of her loving affection and keen wit will be remembered by all who knew her. A Funeral Service was held on Monday, December 14, 1992 at St. Mark's Anglican Church in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Private cremation has followed. The family give their heartfelt thonks to Mrs. Butters and the staff of Golden Links Lodge, whose committment to loving care will always be remembered bv Isabelle's family. Friends who so wish, may make donations to the Independant Living Centre at Golden Links Lodge, 2280 St. Mary's Road, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R2M 4A5. LEATHERDALE GARDINER FUNERAL DIRECTORS In care Of or-rongements, 949-4860. MONTAGUE Frederick Gordon (Pat) passed away peacefully at the Mlserlcar-dia Hospital, Edmonton, Alberta on December 7, 1992 at the age of 77 years. Born In Dummer, Saskatchewan and formerly of Regina, Saskatchewan. Pat served with the RCAF In World War II. He was a member of the Masonic Order, Wascana Lodge 2 and also a Past Principal of Wascano Chapter 1 in Regina. He worked for many years with Brandt Machine In Regina before moving to Edmonton in 1978. He was predeceased by his loving wife, Blanche (nee Fraipont) on December 30, 1991; and brother, Nolan (Monty) on May 3, 1983 from Parksville, B.C. He Is survived by son Brad (Gloria) and grandchildren: Ryan, Mark, Amy and Luke at Regina; daughter, Janice (Dennis) Spelllscy and grandson, Jamie of Edmonton and granddaughter, Leah (Tom) Irwin of Fort Me-Murray, Alberta; sisters: Leona Webb and Kathleen (John) Ell of Calgary, Alberta; brothers: Wllburt Bud (Joyce) of Coquitlam, B.C., Albert Monty (Marlon) ot Regina and Milton (Evelyn) of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. The family wishes to thonk Dr. Woodman ond the staft at the Miserl-cordia Hospital for their dedication and support. In respect ot Pot's wishes, a private family service was held and cremo-tion has taken place at Edmonton Crematorium. Flowers most gratefully declined. Friends so wishing may make donctlons to Saskatchewan Lung Association, $731 8th E., Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. For Your Information Have a question. comment, concern, complaint, or a story or picture idea Vied like to hear it To make it more convenient lor you, here's a guide to whos who at The Leader-Post, and how you can reach us GENERAL OFFICES: Leader-Post Switchboard: SfS-8211 Executive Vice-President: Edward Schultz 565-8202 Editor: John Swan 565-H221 Managing Editor: Boh Hughes 565-8222 News Editor: Foster Barnsley 565-8228 Newsroom Fax: 565-2588 NEWSROOM INQUIRIES: Newsroom: 5GS-8221 Letters to the Editor: 565-82-46 Viewpoints: Dave Green, Editorial Page Editor 565-8246 CITY NEWS: City Editor: Al Rosseker 565-8500 Assistant City Editor: And Cooper 505-8226 Night City Editor: Sean Collins 565-8213 PROVINCIAL NEWS: Provincial Editor: Don Curren 565 8214 SPORTS NEWS: Sports Editor: Gregg Dnnnan 565-8230 Sports Department: 565-8216 Fax: 565-2588 8 DEATHS WATSON Lome Albert, age 83, of 401 5th Ave. N.W., Swift Current, Sask. passed away Thursday, December 10, 1992 at Swift Current Union Hospital, Swift Current. The Funeral Service was held Monday, December 14, 1992 from the Chapel of Warren's Funeral Home with Rev. Laura Turnbull ofticiating. The Interment Service was held at Mount Pleasant Burial Park, Swift Current, Sask. Warren's Funeral Home were in care of the arrangements. Organist was Eileen Hrycvna. Lome was predeceased by his father, Henry; mother, Martha; four brothers; two sisters; many friends. He was survived by his loving wife, Evelyn; his sons and daughters; a sister; eleven grandchildren; one great grandchild and numerous nieces ond nephews. Lome Watson was born on March 3, 1909 in Grand Coulee, Sask. He then moved to Bethune in 1939, where he farmed, worked for the C.N.R. and was married to Evelyn Hanson, in 1974, Lome and Evelyn moved to reside in Cantuar, where Lome enioyed raising and looking after his many animals. Lome's greatest love was his family and he also enioyed the company of his many friends. Some of Lome's hobbies were reading and looking after his animals. Lome will be sadly missed but fondly remembered by all of his family and friends. In lieu of flowers, friends may make a donation to the Sask. Lung Association, Box 58000, Saska-oon, Soskotchewon, S7K 7Y4. COOK Mr. William Ernest (Bill) Cook, age 72 years, dearly beloved husband of Mrs. Evelyn Cook, passed away suddenly at home, Monday, December 14, 1992. Mr. Cook will be forever remembered by his loving wife, Evelyn; daughters: Linda (Duane) Treble of Milestone, Alice (Brian) Miller of Craik, Debbie (Rick) McMillan of Brandon; grandchildren: Darren, Teresa, Angela and Shannon Treble, Jeff and Carey Miller, Ryan and Rebecca McMillan; his father, Henry Cook of Regina; two step-sisters: Ruby and Phyllis; one step brother, Cecil. Funeral service will be held Wednesday, December 16, 1992 at 1:30 p.m. in Speers Funeral Chapel, 2136 College Avenue with Rev. Alex Taylor officiating. Interment In Regina Memorial Gardens. Flowers most gratefully declined. Friends so wishing may make donations, In memoriam, to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan, 2332 - 11th Avenue, Regina, S4P OKI. HANSON On Friday, December 11, 1992, ERNEST MARVIN HANSON, late of Regina, passed away at the age of 75 years. Predeceased by his parents, Martin and Christina Hanson; his wife, Alma (Me Caw) on June 9, 1986; two sisters: Edna and Lenora; brother, Gordon; and great grandchild, Amy in infancy. Mr. Hanson is survived by his sons: Don (Bev), Regina, Sask., Larry (April), Calgary, Alta.; his daughter, Pat (Dick) Fraser, Regina, Sask.; six grandchildren; four great grandchildren; three brothers; Calmer, Moose Jaw, Sask.; Eddie, Regina, Sask., Merl, Kamsack, Sask.; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be held on Tuesday, December 15, 1992 a 1 p.m. in the HELMSING FU NERAL CHAPEL. 2210 College Avenue, with Hewitt Helmsing officiating. Interment will follow In Regina Memorial Gardens. Flowers are most gratefully declined, however, should friends desire, contributions to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Sask., 2332 11th Avenue, Regina, Sask., S4P OKI or a charity of choice would be appreciated by the family. Arrangements are entrusted to the HELM-SING FUNERAL CHAPEL (Phone 522 7678). 11 MEMORIAMS BODZA In loving memory of my father, Steve, who pasted away December 15, 1991. H broke my heart to lose you, But you did not go alone. For part of me went with you The day God colled you home. To those who have a father Please treasure him with care, For you will never miss him Until you know he Is not there. Sodly missed and always remembered by Chris, Mike and Michael . BOKINACEDDY In memory of our parents Mr Mrs T M Eddy, Mr & Mrs L Bofcmoc. sister Jennie Turnbull ond brother Mike Boklnoc, who poised owoy during the years Moy the winds of Heaven blow On the quiet and peocefui spots Where the ones we love ore sleeping And will never be forgot Their memories are o keeosoke With which we will never port God has them in His keeping And well oiwoys have them m our hearts Lovingly remembered by Diona and Don, Ernie AJ Ruby. Katie, Wes A Evelyn, Joe 4 Connie, Millie Elwin, Robert A Sharon, Marion A Ker$6ordon ond famines BUSINESS NEW S: Financial Editor: Bruce Johnstone 565-8304 LIFESTYLES NEWS: Lifestyles Editor: Irene Seiherltng 565-8238 WEEKENDER: Weekender Editor: Pat Carlson 565-8249 PICTURES: Chief Photographer: lan Caldwell 565-8233 Photo Reprints: 565-8233 ENTERTAINMENT NEWS: Entertainment Coordinator: Patrick Davitt 565 8299 ADVERTISING INFORMATION: Advertising Director: Jim Ambrose 565-8250 Classified Ads: 569-1 100 Display Ads: 565-8251 Fax: 565-8350 COMMUNITY RELATIONS & EDUCATIONAL SERVICES: Manager: tane Kuss 565-82 lO SUBSCRIPTIONSDELIVERY: Customer Service Line: 565-8212 Circulation Director: Steve Cluster 565-8281 REGINA SUN: Managing Editor: Bob Hughes 565-8221 News Editor: Foster Barnsley 565-8213 Display Advertising: 565-8251 Classified Advertising: 569-1100 Delivery Service: 565-7437 ' " "T 1 1 MEMORIAMS BURKHOLDER In loving memory of Alonzo Richard who left us on December 15, 1973. Treasured memories never die As days go on ond years pass bv Deep in our hearts a memory is kept Of the one we loved and will never forget. Always loved and remembered by Chuck, Carol and Wendv. DILLON In loving memory of a wonderful friend, Debbl, who left us suddenly December 15, 1990. Her smiling wav and pleasant face Are a pleasure to recall She had a kindly word for each And she died beloved by all Some dav we hope to meet her Some day we know not when To clasp her hand In the better land Never to part again. Sadly missed bv Lorraine, Blaine, Tim, Mike, Tom, Peter and Sharon. (& O' V Jt J DILLON In loving memory of our dear friend, Debbi, who passed awoy suddenly on December 15, 1990. Just to hove your hand to clasp Your patient face to see; To hear your voice, to see your smile-The days that used to be. For those we love go out of sight But never out of mind You are cherished in the hearts Of those you've left behind. The years may wipe out many things, But this they wipe out never The memory ot those happy days When we were all together. Someday, sometime, we shall see The face we knew so well. Someday we'll clasp your loving hand And never say farewell. Lovingly remembered by Phyllis, Holly, Lorraine, Cindy, Mary Louise ond Luchono. GREENALL In loving memory of Helen (Hanny) who passed awoy December 15th, 1906. Though you've been gone six years today In our hearts you'll always stay. Lovingly remembered by sister-in-low Leila ond all her children, grandchildren and great grandchildren. HAMANN In loving memory of Minnie Homann, who went to be with her Lord on December 15, 1990. Moy she always walk in sunshine And God's love around her flow For the happiness she gave to us No one will ever know Lord if there ore roses in Heoven Pick a bunch with care And pioce them in my mother's orms And tell her I still core. Lorraine. JENNER, HILMA In loving memory of o dear Mother and Grondmother, who passed owoy December 15, 1991. Toke her in your orms. Lord, Cherish her with core, Make up for ail she suffered And all that seemed unfair. Forever missed and oiwoys loved by daughters: Normo-Jean ond Lois, son-in-law Arnold, grondchil-dren, Shown, Suson, Lori, Mork, Peter, ond Alion. MANZ In loving memory of my brother. Bill, who passed owoy December IS, 1909. You're not forgotten, brother, dear Nor ever shall you be; As long os life and memory lost I shall remember thee. Lovingly remembered by Jim MANZ In loving memory of my husband and Paul's father, Bill, who left us suddenly on December 15, 1909. May you always walk in sunshine, And God's love around you flow, For the happiness you gave us, No one will ever know. It broke our hearts to lose you, But you did not go alone, For part ot us went with you, That day God called you home. We do not need a special day, To bring you to our minds. The days we do not think of you Are very hard to find, We hold you close within our hearts, And there you will remain, To wolk with us throughout our lives Until we meet ogam. Ever loved and remembered, your wife, Angie, ond beautiful son, Poui Williom OTTENBREIT In loving memory ot a dear husband, Dod ond Grandpa, Fronk, who passed owav December 15, 1991 The rolling stream of life rolls on, But still the vocont choir. Recoils the love, the voice, the smile Ot the one who once sat there Forever loved ond remembered by Koy Ottenbreit pnd family REID Glenn In loving memory ot our deor brother who passed owoy February IS. 1991. Gone, but not torgotfli We love you deorly Vol, Terry ond Judy

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