The Leader-Post from Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada on November 9, 1985 · 54
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Leader-Post BOX NUMBER charge for Box service, $1500 not refundable. If Is advisable to use Name, Address, and Telephone Number for better results. Use of phone number alone it not convenient in some cases to out-of-town readers. 1 DEATH NOTICE TOTH November 7, 1985, Marla Toth late of 1248 Pasqua St., passed away at the age of 54 years. Predeceased by her parents. She if survived by one daughter Kathleen Halbich of Regina; two grand daughters: Michelle and Monica; her common-law husband, Fred and his nine children: Joyce, Sophie, Edith, Rudy Richard, Rose, Maudy, Irene and Grace 25 grandchildren; two sisters: Margaret In Hungary and Elizabeth In Australia; two brothers: Bela and Janos, both in Hun gary. The funeral mass will be held Satur day, November 9, 1985 (today) at 2:00 p.m In St. Stephen's RC Church, 2241 Reynolds St. with Rev. M. Veter the celebrant Interment will follow In Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery. Prayers were held Friday, November t, 1985 at 7:30 p.m. In the Chapel ot the Lee Funeral Home. Ar rangements In care ot the Lee Funeral Home, John LIpp, Funeral Director. WATERMAN On Friday, November 1985, Harold Waterman, Indian Head Sask., age 65 years. The Funeral Service will be held In Tubman Funeral Home, In dinn Head on Sunday, November 10, 1985 al 2:00 p.m. Rev. Arnold Downey officiant Interment In Soldiers Plot, Riverside Me mortal Park, Regina, on Tuesday, Novem ber 12. Mr. Waterman It survived by two brothers, William and his wile, Ester, Ed monlon, John and his wile, Grace, Penile Ion, B C.i two sisters: Elsie Downey Closlerj N.J., and Mrs. Ernest (Dorothy) LodomSf, Penticton, B C.; and ,? good friend, Bed McRobertt. Arrangements In care ot Tubman Funeral Home. 1 DEATH NOTICE FORRE On Thursday, November 7, 1985, Mary 'Marie' Forre, late of Regina, passed away at the age of 82 years. Predeceased by her husband, Chester K. and parents, Martha and Osten Lee; two sisters: Gertie, and Gertrude; and one grandson, Jim. Mary is survived by one son, Bud (Donna); six daughters: Martha (Jack) Bogress; Lillian (Don) Smith; Clarice Ainley; Julia Patterson; Shirley (Leo) Lalonde; Sonia (Richard) Scholz; 12 grandsons; nine granddaughters; nine great grandsons; one great granddaughter; two sisters: Olga Oppeboen; Erlinga Holebrook; four brothers: Ostin, Magnus, Arthur, and Oscar Lee; and numerous nieces and nephews. The funeral service will be held in the Big Beaver Community Hall, Big Beaver, Sask. on Monday, Nov. 11, 1985 at 1:00 p.m. with the Rev. Floyd Grunau officiating. Interment to follow in Big Beaver Cemetery. A visitation for family and friends will be held at the Helmsing-Forsberg Funeral Chapel on Sunday, November 10, 1985 from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. Arrangements are entrusted to the Helmsing-Forsberg Funeral Chapel, 2210 College Ave., Regina (Phone 522-7678). DAGNONE November 8, 1985, Maria Domenica Dagnone, late of 1323 Garnet St. passed away at the age of 86 years. Predeceased by her husband, Antonio in 1983 and one brother, Antonio Ditomaso. She is survived by two sons: Guiseppe and his wife, Annunziata and Saverio and his wife Concetta, both of Regina; three grandchildren; Tony and his wife Donna, Saskatoon, Gene and his wife Linda, Kingston, Ont. and Mary and her husband Chris, Regina; ten great-grandchildren: Carla-Ann Larissa, Shauna, Joel, Damon, Vico, Marla, Tony, Reno and Dena; one brother, Michael Ditomaso, Toronto; several nieces and nephews. The funeral mass will be held Tuesday, November 12, 1985 at 10:00 a.m. in Sacred Heart RC Church, 1380 E Phinstone St. with Rev. Syl Lewans, OMI the celebrant. Interment will follow in Riverside Memorial Park Cemetery. Prayers will be held Monday, November 11, 1985 at 7:30 p.m. in Sacred Heart RC Church Mrs. Dagnone came to Canada from Italy in 1948 to reside in Simpson, Sask. and lat er moved to Regina. She was always will ing to help others and thoughtful of their concerns. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made by the offering of a Mass for her repose. Arrangement in care of the Lee Funeral Home, John Lipp, Funeral Director. KEARNS Rev. William J., S.J. at the Jesuit Infirmary, Pickering, Ont. on November 8, 1985. Father William Kearns, son of the late William P. Kearns and Anne Kennedy. Survived by his brother, Ranald Kearns of Rancho Cordova, Calif. Friends may call at the Rosar-Morrison Funeral Home, 467 Sherbourne St., Toronto from 2:00 p.m. Sunday until 5:00 p.m. Monday. Mass of Christian burial will be celebrated at Our Lady of Lourdes Church, Toronto on Monday evening at :00 p.m. Buriel in the Jesuit Cemetery, Guelph, Ont. Tuesday at 12:00 noon. KEARNS Rev. William J. Kearns, S. J., died at the Jesuit Infirmary at Pickering, Ontario on November 8, 1985, at the age of 64 years. Father Kearns was a professor of English and for a time Chaplain at Campion College from 1962 to 1980, when he moved to the Maritimes to do retreat and parish ministry. At the time of his sudden illness he was assistant pastor at Gonzaga Parish, St. John's Newfoundland. A memorial Eucharist will be celebrated on Sunday November 17, 1985 at 7:30 p.m. in the College Chapel, University of Regina Campus. MUZYKA Thursday, November 7, 1965, Mrs. Annie Muzyka, 89e 74 years, dearly beloved wife of Mr. John Muzyka, 1102 Wallace St., Regina. Predeceased bv her parents; one daughter, Janice; one son, Edward; three brothers: Nick, Pete and Bill. Mrs. Muzyka Is survived by her loving husband, John; one daughter, June; one son, Raymond of Toronto, Ont.; five grandchildren; one sister, Polly, of Wvn yard, Sask.; three brothers: Mike and Alex, both of Wynyard and John of Warner, Alta.; numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral service will be held Monday, November 11, 1985 at 1:30 p.m. in Speers Funeral Chapel with the Rev. J. Lambert officiating. Cremation. Flowers most gratefully declined. Friends so wishing may make donations, in memoriam, to the charity of their choice. SCHACHTE RLE Johann, late of Govan, Sask., passed away suddenly November 7, 1985, at the age of 71 years. He was predeceased by three brothers. He leaves to mourn his loving wife, Faina; one son, Al fred (Sharon) of Red Deer, Alberta; two daughters: Gertie (Jack) Edmiston of Ar drossan, Alberta; Irene (Brian) Mar tineau of Brandon, Manitoba; six grand children; four sisters: Katherine, Emma, Lisa and Martha and sister-in-law, Lydia, all of Germany; as well as several nieces, nephews and cousins and many friends. Funeral service will be held on Monday, November 11, 1985, at 2:30 p.m. from Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Govan, Sask. Interment Govan Cemetery. Hansen's Funeral Home, Strasbourg, in care of arrangements. Flowers gratefully de dined. Friends so wishing may make donations in memoriam to the Sask. Heart Foundation. WETTLAUFER Mr. Earle John Wettlaufer, Yellow Grass, Sask. passed awav on Friday, November B, 1985 at the age of 75 years. Funeral Service will be held on Monday, November 11 al 2:30 p.m. from the Yellow Grass United Church. Interment In the family plot. Yellow Grass Cemetery with Rev. G. Christie and Rev. Wayne Knousa officiating. Mr. Wettlaufer leaves to mourn one nephew, Robert Wettlaufer and his wile, Janice, Regina; and several nieces, nephews and cousins Arrangements by Wevburn Funeral Home, Howard and Bill Ferguson. Wev burn, Sask. 2 FUNERAL CHAPELS PROFESSIONAL Funeral Chapels Inc. 1)59 Brunt SI. Regina, Sask., Phona S7V37I9 Wendell P Smith, funeral Dlrwtof SPEERS Funeral Chapel Inc. 2136 College Avenue Regina, Ph. 522-3232 or 522-4433 5 CARD OF THANKS Oar St. Jude, thank for Uvours fpteived - L K Saint JihV thmktous. thanks tor thr J-avert answer ed Pivase pray for ut HMK 5 CARD OF THANKS Thank you St. Jude for help received. K.H. The family of Elmer Wilde and Grossmom Isabelle (Karst) Kuffner wish to send sincere thanks to the many individuals who we may not have conveyed our thanks for many words of comforts and prayers, flowers and cards. A special thanks to the pallbearers, please accept our sincere appreciation. Elmer Wilde and family The family of the late Mrs. Elizabeth Lawrick, Assini-boia, wish to express their sincere thanks to friends and relatives for all their expressions of sympathy, flowers, cards and memorial donations. In the loss of our dear mother and grandmother. Thanks also to Ross Funeral Home for their assistance and special thanks to Rev. Patrick Tomalin for his presence and comforting message. The Louis Lawrick family. 10 IN MEMORIAM BUTZ In loving memory of a dear husband, father, grandfather and great-grandfather, Frank, who passed away November 10. 1983. He is gone but not forgotten And, as dawns another year, In our lonely hours of thinking Thoughts of him are always near. Days of sadness will cover o'er us Many think the wound is healed, But they little know the sorrow That lies in the heart concealed. Lovingly remembered by wife, Frances and family. BUTZ In loving memory of a father and grandfather, Frank, who passed away November 10, 1983. But still the empty chair Reminds us of the face, the smile, Of one who once sat there. Lovingly remembered Ken, Sheryl and family. DESNOMIE In loving memory of Stanley, who passed away November 11, 1983. You loved us very dearly And you always showed you cared We often reminisce the times Of special days we shared We surely feel your presence Like your watching from above To guide us through life's journey And sending us your love. The memory of your smile and laughter Has cast a gentle glow A cherished memory we will keep Wherever we may go We'll treasure every thought of you And remember you with love Until the day we meet again in Heaven up above. Loved and missed by niece Debbie, and children: Troy, Steff, and Tash. DESNOMIE In loving memory of Stanley, who passed away November 11, 1983. In memory he is always near Loved, missed and ever dear His place on earth no one can fill We miss him dearly and always will You passed away without good-bye But loving memories of you will never die A silent thought, a secret tear Keeps his memory ever dear Time takes away the edge of grief But memory turns back every leaf. Lovingly remembered by sister Lil, nieces Terri and Lynn, and nephew Dwayne. GORDON In loving memory of, Conrad James, who j passed away November 10, 1981. Near shady wall a rose once grew, Budded and blossomed in God's free light Watered and fed by morning dew. Shedding its sweetness day and night As it grew and blossomed fair and tall. Slowly rising to loftier height It came to a crevice in the wall. Through which there shone a beam of light Onward it crept with added strength, With never a thought of fear or pride It followed the light through the crevice-length; And unfolded itself on the other side. The light, the dew, the broadening view Profound the same as they were before And It lost Itself in the beauties new. Breathing its fragrance more and more Shall claim of death cause us to grieve And make our courage faint or fall? Let us faith and hope receive The rose still grows beyond the wall. Scattering fragrance far and wide. v Just as it did in days of yore, Just as it did on the other side. Just as It will for ever more. Lovingly remembered by children, sisters, broth-ers, and parents. GORDON In loving memory of Conrad James who passed away November 10, 1981. You were someone we could talk to That no one can replace, You were someone we could laugh with 'till tears rolled down our face. You were someone we could turn to When we needed a helping hand You were someone we could count on To advise and understand You were someone who could cheer us Whenever we were down. And with a loving heart Babysit us when no one was around. You were someone we loved more As each year came to an end. You were a wonderful brother, but most of all our friend. Lovingly remembered by sisters. HUCULAK In loving memory of beloved husband, dad and grandpa, Walter, who was called suddenly November 8, 1982. To a beautiful life came a sudden end, He died as he lived, everyone's friend. He was always thoughtful, loving and kind. What wonderful memories he left behind. Treasure him God, In the garden of rest, For in this world he was one ot the best. Ever loved and forever missed bv his loving wife, Peggy; Lorena, Ken, Lois and families. HUNGLE In loving memory of a wonderful nephew. Derrick, who passed away accidentally November 10, 1984 We did not know that morning What sorrow that day would bring The bitter grief the shock severe To part with one so dear. You bade no one a last farewell Nor even said good-bye For you were gone before we knew And only God knows why. Sadly missed and forever remembered Karen, Ken, Tammy, and Sonny. HUNGLE In loving memory of my son Derrick, who one short year ago was suddenly taken from us. August 9, 1966 November 10, 1984. Gone from us, but leaving memories. Death can never take away, Memories that will always linger While upon this earth we stay. Even with many chanqes in our lives, Derrick's memory will always be with us ever present. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by hit mother and brother Carol and Shawn Barry. HUNGLE In memory of our loving grandson, Derrick, who passed awav accidentally November 10, 1984 His life was still ahead of him His iournev lust begun. We remember with aching hearts; The plans he made the dreams he had. But fate stepped in and closed the door And left an empty space instead. His helping hands their special way. But looking back at memories upon the path we trod We bless the years we shared with Derrick and leave the rest to God. Loved and remembered and sadly missed bv grand-ma and grandpa Hungle. HUNTER In loving memory of our dear parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents, Thomas William, who passed awav January 2, 1946, and Hannah Nancy, who passed away November 7, 1964. Gone are the days we used lo share But in our hearts they are always there, The gates ot memory will never close We miss them more than anyone knows With tender love and deep regrets We who loved them will never forget. Lovingly remembered bv the family. KULYNYCH in loving memory of a dear husband and father. Nick, who passed awav November 10, 1984. If tears could build a stairway And memories form a lane. We would walk that lane to Heaven Just to see you once acein. You have not really left us Nor have you travelled far, Jusl stepped Inside God'! lovely Houtt And left the door alar, - Forever remembered bv Bertha, children, Henry, Calvin, Phyllis and famines. Macl E AN--ln loving memory of my dear Mac who died suddenly November 10. 1984. When I think on the happy days l spent with you. my dearie And now what lands between us Me How can I be but dreary How slow you move, you heavy hours As you were worn and weary It was not so you glinted bv When I was with my dearie. (Poem from Robert Burns) - Ever toved and sadly missed by wite Mar ion. MfKAlG in loving memory of Maurice Langston MtKaig, who Raised awav November 9, 198? Only a memory of bvgone days And a sign for a fare unseem A constant feeling that God atom Knows best what should have been - lovingly remembered by Muriel and family CLASSIFICATION Announcements Merchandise Births Building Supplies Cards of Thanks Cemetery Plots Coming Events Companions Wanted Crematoriums Deaths Escort Services Florists Furniture Refinishing and Repair Funeral Chapels Happy Days Home Repairs In Memoriams Gardening & Supplies Legacies and Memorials Lost Found Marriages Monuments Personal Business Service Directory Sand - Gravel Societies - Lodge Meetings Taxis 20 270 5 50 230 68 45 1 71 35 210 2 66 200 10 240 15 65 25 30 70 100-199 260 60 290 Agents and Distributors J 325 Domestic Help 330 Farm Work Wanted Farm Market Help Wanted Trades and Skills Restaurant Help Motel - Hotel Office and Clerical Help Professional Sales Positions Hospital Personnel Employment Services Situations Wanted Teachers Wanted Career Training ' Instructions Business Colleges Trade Schools - Music Voice Drama Dancing Correspondence Courses Colleges Universities , 300 305 310 315 316 320 340 302 345 335 354 V7S4 10 IN MEMORIAM BOOTH In loving memory of our youngest child, Janice Darlene (Erwin) Booth, who passed away suddenly following knee surgery at the Royal Columbian Hospital, New Westminster, B.C., November 10, 1981 at age 25 years. Gone Is the face we loved so dear, Silent is the voice we loved to hear. These past four years gone bv. That tragic night we can't forget No matter how we try. The hardest part of it dear Jan, Was the way you had to die. No farewell was spoken And no time to say good-bye, You were gone before we knew It To this very day we wonder why. if there was anything in this world We'd give it all and more, If we could have our Janice Come walking through the door, it broke our hearts to lose you But you did not go alone, For part of us went with you The day God called you Home. Her loving parents, Bill and Eunice Erwin, Regina, Sask.; sister Betty and family; brother Herb and family. MORRISON Anne. In loving memory of a dear mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, who j passed away November 9, 1983. In our hearts your memory lingers Sweetly tender, fond and true, There is not a dav dear mother We do not think of you. Ever loved and remembered bv daughters, Betty, j Julie, Margaret and families. MUNRO In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Stewart, who passed away November 9, 1981. In memory he is always near. Loved, missed and ever dear. His place on Earth no one can fill, We miss him dearly and always will. You passed away without goodbye, But loving memories of you will never die. Always loved and sadly missed by wife, Marjorie and families. NESSEL In loving memory of our dear father Carl, who passed away November 11, 1973. Your presence Is ever near us, Your love remains with us vet, You were the kind ot a father. Your loved ones would never forget. Ever remembered by the family. SALTER Treasured memories of our beloved husband and father, Sidney, who passed awav November II, 1977. There It no parting from those we love No distance can divide, Each dawning day a thought of you A prayer at Eventide. We leave you In God's keeping The rough roedt safely o'er; You are not lost to those who loved you But only gone before. Until we meet aoain, so dearly loved, sadly missed and fondly remembered, hit loving wife Ruby and family. SCHILL In loving memory of my son, Wayne Francis, who passed awav November 9, 1981. When evening shades erg failing And I sit in ouiet alone, in my heart, there comes a longing If only Wayne could come home. Friends may think I have forgotten When they see me smite, Bui they little know the heartache, My smilg hides all the whiig. Sadly missed and dearly remembered, with tove Mom (Doris). SHIPIACK In loving memory of 8 dear son and brother, Gerald, who passed awav November 11, 1978 He tt gone but not forgotten And. as dawns another year. In our lonely hours of thinking, Thoughts of him are always near. Days of sadness still come o'er us. Many think the wound is healed, Buf they little know the sorrow That lies in the heart concealed. -Ever remembered and sadly missed bv Mom and Dad and family. SHISHKOWSKI Ifl loving memory of our dear mother. E va, who found peace and eternity on Novem ber II. 19ea. Always thought and many fear, For you we miss and tovt so dear, The sudden way you had to dig. We shall giwevt remember end wonder why. To have a mother and then lo part, Is the greatest trial fo a human heart. With aching hearts we whisper tow, God bless you mother, we miss you to. What we would give if we could say, "Hello mother" in the same old way. To hear your voice, to see you smile. To sit and chat with you awhile To all of you who have a mother, Cherish her with cart, for youll never know the heartache until you see the empty chair. Your memory is a keepsake with which we ll never part, God has you in hit keeping, and we have you in our hearts 4ovmgiv remembered and deeply missed bv your family Violet, Doreen. Sylvia, Alex and Murray TAVioR fn toying memory of Fred, a b rw t uncle, who passed away November IQ. 1971 Lest we forget Ralph and Margaret Real Estate for Sale To place your Action-Ad, telephones are open daily, Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Sunday evenings 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. PHONE 569-1100 10 IN MEMORIAM SHISHKOWSKI In loving memory of our dear grandmother and great-grandmother, Eva, who passed away November 11, 1983. Always a thought and many a tear, For one we miss and love so dear, The sudden way you had to die, We shall always remember and wonder why, To know we never said goodbye, Will always bring regret, but the hearts that loved you dearly, Are the ones that don't forget, If tears could build a stairway, and memories build a lane. We'd walk the path to Heaven, And bring you home again. Always remembered by all her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. SINGLETON In loving memory of my grandfather, Thomas, who passed away November 9, 1974. Time may heal the broken-hearted, Time may make the wound less sore, But It cannot fill the longing For the loved one gone before. Who shall say the grief is lessened, Though smiles hide the tears, Memories keep the wound still open With the passing of the years. Sadly missed and remembered by Charlene. VAR IN In loving memory of husband, father, and grandfather, Barthelemi (Tommy), who passed away November 10, 1962. Within our hearts we will always keep a special place for you. Always remembered by wife, Albina, children and grandchildren. YANOSHEWSKI In loving memory of a dear mother, Doris, who passed away November 9, 1984 The things we feel so deeply are the hardest things to say, That we, your family loves you in a very special way. Our family chain Is broken and nothing has been the same. But as God calls us one by one the chain will link again. Lovingly remembered bv Anne, Harry and Jamie Mantai, Sly and Elaine Yanoshewski and family and Paul and Shirley Yanoshewski and family. YANOSHEWSKI In loving memory of a dear grandmother who passed away November 9, 1984. God looked around his garden, and found an empty space He then looked down upon the earth and saw your tired face. He put His arm around you and lifted you to rest. God's garden must be beautiful, He only takes the best Ever loved and remembered bv Cheryl Oglesby and Greg and Brenda Peter. ZAZULAK In memory of my beloved mother, Jean-nie, whom God called home November II, 1983. May the heavenly winds blow gently. On a very special spot. Where my mother Is sleeplngg And she'll never be forgot, God gave me a special mother To share our days on earth, He gave us abundance of happiness In the trials of our life. And when her work was over He called her to His tide, To live with Him in Heaven Where peace and love abide Forever loved and sadly missed, Victoria ZAZULIAK In loving memory of my dear mother, Baba and Great-Baba. Mrs. Jean Zazuliak. Quietly remembered every day Loving memories never die ot the one we love; We cannot have the old days back When we were all together But I know you aren't far awav. Mama I miss you You never failed to do your best Your hearf was true and tender; God grant you an easy rest In His Heavenly Kingdom. Sadly missed. Tillie and family. ZAZULIAK In loving memory of mv dear mother, Jeannie. who passed away November 1), 1983. They say time heals all sorrows And helps us to foroet, But time has only shown How much we miss you vet. Life goes on, we know its true, But still It's not the same without you. Wed give it yes and more, To see your face mother dear Coming smiling through the door. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by da ugh ter, Pauline and family. To assist readers in preparing in Memoriam notices. The Leader-Post has preoared a booklet of appropriate wordings. Call, write or phone for your copy. 15 LEGACIES MEMORIAL B05CO SOCIETY gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies to help m the establishment and operation ot centres for the treatment ot the very emotionally troubled children and adolescents ot our society. Tax Deductible. Mail fo P O. Box 1755, Re-gma. Sask S4P 3C. Canadian Oiabeles Association Regina and District Branrh gratefully accepts memorial donations for education and research at P.O. Box S7S, Regina, task , S4P JA1. Donations lor memoriams. legacies help the Canadian National Institute for the Blind prevent blindness and provide social and rehabilitation services tor newly blind children and adults. Tax deductible 25MI Broad, Regina, 575 75717.105 Adelaide, Saskatoon, 374 4545 Friends ot the Mackenzie. a group which actively supports the mission and ohiectivt ot the Mackenzie Art Gallery, gratefully accepts memoriams and legacies for its "Acouisitions Endowment Fund". Tax deduct! bie Cal) 15? 5801 MEMORIAL donations Will be gratefully accepted bv The Regna Chapter of the Multiple ftrierosis ftorely of Canada, HJJ ih Avenue. Regina, Sask 5R lt $A5K Al MblMf R ft ANO RELATED DISEASE ASH -Gratefully accept memorial donations and tegaciet for education and research Tax deductible R O Box 1876. Regina, ftatk ft4P Jfcf INDEX Rentals Board and Room 800 Board and Room Wanted 820 Farms for Rent Farm Market Furnished Rooms 804 Furnished Suites 616 Furnished Houses Wanted 852 Garages for Sale or Rent 876 Garages Wanted 880 Houses to Rent Furnished 836 Houses to Rent Unfurnished 832 Houses for Exchange 840 Houses Wanted Unfurnished 844 Offices 856 Out of Town Rentals 854 Parking Space for Rent 884 Rooms Wanted 624 Shared Accommodations 802 Shops and Factory Space 864 Suites Wanted 828 Storage Outdoor Compound 885 ' Stores 857 Stores and Offices Wanted 860 Unfurnished Rooms 808 Unfurnished Suites 812 Warehouse 672 20 BIRTHS Its a girl LEACH Ken and Carole (nee: Richards) are proud to announce the birth of their precious daughter, Melissa Dawn, born on Monday, October 21, 1985, at 10:23 p.m. at the Regina General Hospital weighing 7 lbs. and 22 inches in length. A baby sister for Sally and Michael Richards. Proud grandparents are Don and Gerry Leach of Lumsden, Sask., and Mrs. Edith McCurdy of Moose Jaw, Sask. Great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Leach of Regina, Sask. and Mr. and Mrs. P.B. White of Moose Jaw, Sask. A very special thanks for a safe delivery to Dr. O'Neill, Dr. Turnell, Dr. Joyce and Dr. Mahood and Nurse Dawn. A big hug from Mom to Dad for being a great coach. Its a girl GRETER Terry and Bev are thrilled to announce the arrival of their first child, Stephanie Leeanne, who joined us October 21 at 7:27 p.m. weighing 7 lbs. and measuring 19 inches long. Proud grandparents are Kathy Folk and Jim and Maureen Folk of Edmonton and Frank and Kav Greter of Chamberlain. Great-grandparents include Laura and Paul Folk of Lanigan and Clara and Alphonse Greter of Regina. Many thanks to Dr. Moens and staff of labour and delivery at the Regina General Hospital. Its a bog SCHICK-Ken and Alvina (Shewchuk) of Whitehorse, Yukon are happy to announce the safe arrival of their first born, Adam Kenneth, on October 19, 1985. Adam weighed in at 6 lbs., 10 ozs. Proud grandparents are Frank and Barbara Schick of Regina, and Peter and Victoria Shewchuk of Mac-Nutt, Sask. Great-grandparents: Anna Misch-peter, and Chris and Emma Schick of Regina, and Polly Kulaway of Springside, Sask. Its a girl COONS Pam and Greg are pleased to announce the arrival of a sister for Adam, Jeneiie Leigh. She was born on October 30, 1985, at 1:28 a.m. at the Regina General Hospital. She weighed 6 lbs., 12 ozs. and measured 19 inches long. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hogan and Mr. and Mrs. Gren Coons. Special thanks to Dr. Baldwin and Dr. Norman, Linda in labour and dellv-ery and maternity and nursery staff. Its a beg . WOOD Doug and Leah (nee Seitz) are please fo announce the birth of fheir first child, Jennifer Christine. She was born on October 27, t985 at 9:02 p.m. weighing 7 lbs. 8 ozs. and 20" tong. Proud grandparents are, Ray and Dot Wood, Fred and Jean Seitz. Special thanks to Dr. R. Hudec and the nursing staff of the labour, delivery, and maternl-ty units o( the Regina General Hospital. Its a bog BERNATH Kelly and Linda (nee Hartness) are thrilled to announce the arrival of their first child. Jeffrey Andrew. Jeffrey was born October 28, . 1985 at 7:38 p.m. and weighed 6 lbs., 14 ozs. Delighted grandparents are Harvey and Cecelia Hartness and Emil and Elizabeth Bernath. Mom and Jeffrey would like fo thank Dad for all his tove and support Its a bog THOMPSON Roger and Karen (nee Bray) of Don-durn, Sask,. are happy to announce the arrival of their son Tyler Brendon on November 1, 1985 in the Saskatoon City Hospital. Tyler weighed 7 lbs. 5 oz. end was 21" long. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Bray of McLean and Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Thompson ot Yellowknife. Its a bog WElMER Ken and Linda art pleased to announce the birth of Nolan Gregory, a brother for Derek. Born October 15, 1985 ef 4 08 a m. he weighed 8 lbs. t oi. and was 22" tong. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Tony Weimar and Mr. and Mn. Bernard Korchinski alt of Regina. Its a bog Dl XON - Don and Marilyn happily announca the birth of their second son, Kyle London, e baby brother for Tyler. Kyle was born on October 24. 1985 at 9 05 a m. weighing 8 lbs., a or . JOto Ins. long Proud grandparents are Adam and Tretsv Lucvk and George and Fran Dixon, aM ot Balcarres Its a girl OLIVER-CHarmame and Doran art pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Meghan Rae, born at 8 to a m. October 29, 1915 weighing a lbs 14 os and measuring I9V long Proud grandparents are George and Minnie Halbqewach ot Regma and Darratd and Rae Oliver of Cetgery. CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING PHONE 569-1100

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