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0mm i The StarPhoenix www.thestarphoenix.com of the day Without kindness there can be no true joy Classified Advertising Manager Wendy Davies 657-6200 204 Fifth Avenu8 North Saskatoon SK S7K 2P1 Monday; October 20, 2008 Q 1 celebrating com iworking.com ( shopping Whet do you went td? V Ktwein " remembering ca Qhousehunting.ca Q driving ca Phone 657-6200 Toll Free 1-800-667-6979 Telephone Service Hours: Mon. to Fri. 8:00am - 5:30pm Sunday 11:00am - 4:00pm Closed Saturdays Fax 657-6454 Please Include your name, address and a phone number where we cm contact you. - Wt kmdts ask that wu submit vour orders well before the advertising deadline for prvt esmg E- classlfiedssp.canwest.com 24 hours a day The StarPhoenix Classifieds 204 5th Avenue North Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K 2P1 In Person businks office hours: Monday - Friday 8 am 4:30 pm 204 5th Avenue North (customer parking available on our south lot) Pnline J The StarPhoenix Online wwwLlheStarPhoenix.com - We kmdlvask that vou suf'mil vour orders well before the adxernung deadline for professing Deadlines Payment 1 w 1 i ScH your Stuff... and make MOFJEYI only $21 only $14 only $7 Sen your vehicle... get results fasti 7DayAi)ftxhge lwrek Have a Garage Sale? Call us IU0WI Garage Sale Package cussnro AOVEHTISnG Word Ada: Our Deadline fur all (mail orders is 3 hours prior U our deadlines posted below; fax orders is ', hour earlier! to allow for processing time). tor next days pubflcattm before 4:00 p.m. Exceptions: lor Friday Automotive before 2:00 p.m. Thursday (includes all Recreational Transportation) lor Saturday Real Estate SalesRentals ....before 2:00 p.m. Fridays, ,m i Classified DisplaySemi Display Ads: set m Classified System 11.H0 i.m. lor next day publication Obituary Announcements 2:00 p.m. lor next day publication subject to change during holidays 1 fs tr) loirs it psM but .. Pteassieadyouradtherrstdaykappearstomakesuieyouradisencttywhatyouwanlyour rtaden to m.tt you should find an emx layout ad, please let us torn right away at SS7-6200, oruse our toll Iree number 1-800J67-697S. We'll be happy to make the necessary changes. Announcements Anmversanes 1206 Happy Day! Births ........1200 Happy Day! Card ol Thanks 1065 n Memoria Coming Events ....1079 Deaths 1000 EngagementsWeddmgs ....1204 MBmon Florists 1040 PraYers Funeral Directors 1007 Retirem Funerals 1003 Social C Funeral Plans 1015 Sport E Graduations 1202 Travel . Basic 0294 Enhanced 544 95 Full Loactd 50 BasicSITOO Enhanced 52Z0O Place your Special Momonts Announcement with us today. Can G57-62G0 Lost & Found . At Your Service Directory Refer to Classilications 6000-6979 (includes a complete and up to date listing) amiS Career Counselling 2202 Billiard SuppliesServtces ..3412 3a,M,TT,alnln J200 Books i Comics 3422 'U , - v JL' Driver Training 2201 , , .. Employment Services 2205 Cel,ulaf 4 Mobl"1 Phon85 3405 Bool Petnt. ,0. Job Training 2005 Collectibles 3435 Heal tSiaiB SaieS Lessons 2208 Computers i Equipment .. 3392 fcraages 8670-8720 Investments 8570 Teacher Resources .....2255 Craft Sales 3112 Acreages Wanted 8730 Investment Properties 8660 Tl,,onn0 2206 DairyFishMeats 3645-3665 Apartment Blocks .... 8540-8550 Listings Wanted 8370 p i Firewood 3570 8 C. Properties 8480-8510 Lots 8740-8760 rcrSullall Furniture i Appliances 3120 Bed n Breakfast 8472 Mobile Homes 8240 Companions 3860 Furniture Rentals 3140 Buildings 8620 Mortgages 8009 Dating Services 3870 Garage Sales 3165 Business Opportunities 8580 OpenHouses 8115 People Find 3810 Qarage Sales Rural 3170 Campsites 8405 Out ol Province 8390-8410 SptLn'ak ' Gardens Lawn Equipment. .3585 Commercial Prop 8630-8640 Property Management 8290 ; 2 HealthrWellness Equipment . 3123 Condos (Apt Style) 8050 Property Wanted 8360 personal services J8JU J Condos (Townhouses) 8060 Real Estate Auctions 8330 SlbSZ,M S H 2 Pa""'a"d Sask Cottages 8420-8440 u 0 FlshmgHuntmg Lodges .... 8475 Sask Properties 8460-8470 SI i'k SanaS 3550 HotelsMolels 8560 Stores Offices 8590-8610 1 - Lumber S Building Houses for Sale 8010 VacahorVResort Properties... 8390 'Y V- Supplies 3370 Houses Wanted To Buy 8220 Warehouse Space 8530 I Ijf r f 1" Merchandise for Sale 3115 f Merchandise Wanted 3135 Real Estate Rentals ' ' - Mercharidise U"d,r 4200 - 31 18 Condos lor Rent 9195 Rooms for Rent 9275-9305 II tt Money to Loan 3505 Duplexes4-Plex tor Rent . 9220 Rooms Wanted 9345 Musical Equipment 3465 Houses lor Rent 9135-9175 Shared Accommodation ....9075 Pets ft Animals Office Equipment Houses, Rural lor Rent 9235 Suites tor Rent 9015-9095 Pet Supplies 3000 Supplies 3090 Rental House Wanted 9255 Suites Wanted 9115 Pet Announcements !!!" 3005 Photography 3425 Retirement Living 9205 Townhouses tor Rent 9215 Pet Services 3010 Produce 3635 Room & Board Wanted 9385 Dogs 3020 RenoBuilders Materials ....3373 Room S Board for Rent .... 9365 Cats 3050 Restaurant Supplies 3375 Driving 3383 Satellite Dishes 3415 Cars lor Sals Year 1996 4104 rei Memoriams jupr Soun() Equipment 3460 Year 2008 4092 Year1995 4105 Dllhllr Ulntirp Spurts S Recreation Equipment ..3122 Year2007 4093 Year 1994 4106 rUUHUWUlEI Sports Cards 3430 Year 2006 4094 year 1993 4107 Jobc9s I8? Student Shop 3117 Year2005 4095 Yea1g92 4108 enerS 90 Tickets SaleWanted 3382 Vear1991 4109 Merchandise Tools for Sale 3365 yJ 2002 Z 4098 Year 1990 & Older ....4110-4120 Antiques lor Sale 3125 Toys for Sale 3111 Year 2CX11 4099 Au,os $2000 & Under 4135 Antiques Wanted 3127 Video Game Equipment 3410 year 2000 4100 Antique Vehicles 4250 Auctions 3130 Wedding Boutique 3475 Year 1999 4101 Auto Leasing 4290 Babylnfant Articles 3110 WineBeer Supplies 3380 Year 1998 4102 Autos Wanted 4270 Year 1997 4103 LuxuryCars 4245 Dune Buggies 5200 Agriculture,1 Industry f'h wheels 5150 .... Goit Carts 5320 greu urt Motorcycles 5040 usom arming Motorcycle Accessories ...5045 Farm Equipment Deaers ...7060 ... .... r r RVMotorhomes tor Sale .5140 Farm Equipment Sale 7090 . .... t ... . . Snowmobiles 5340 Farms Wanted 7450 . . . , .... . ... . .... Snowmobile Accessories ..5345 Feed Seed 7180 . , .... . ... Utility Trailers 5240 Gram DryingCleamng 7130 Gram Trailers 4670 Tnlctei Hin.Vanf j Van, Gram Trucks 4660 lor Sale Horse Trailers 7210 Trucks 2008 4492 Livestock S Accessories ... 71 50 Trucks 2007 4493 Livestock Trailers 7160 Trucks 2006 4494 Stables 7240 Trucks 2005 4495 Trucks 2004 4496 - Trucks 2003 4497 fpr Trucks 2002 4498 1 Trucks 2001 4499 Trucks 2000 4500 Trucks 1999 4501 Trucks 1998 4502 Industrial Trucks 1997 .....4503 Heavy Equipment Rental ...7600 Trucks 1996 Li! 1...4504 Ind Machinery & Repairs ..7570 Trucks 1995 4505 Industrial Trucks 4650 Trucks 1994 4506 Removal Service 7690 Trucks 1993 .'....4507 Rental Service 7660 Trucks 1992 4508 Septic Tanks .....7360 Trucks 1991 4509 Sharpening Service 7720 Tracks 1990 4510 Trucks 1989 4511 r... - Trucks 1988 4512 Trucks 1987 4513 Trucks 1986 4514 J Trucks 1985to 1981 4515-4519 I ' Trucks 1980 i Older 4520 ' Truck Accessories 4700 Semi Trailers 4680 Classic Autos 4260 sPrt utllltY Vehlcles 4525 Detailing 4345 Trucl Leasl"9 4695 Auto Parts 4 Accessories .4300 T15 Wan,ed Sports Cars 4240 4x4s 47'8 Special Interest Vehicles 4265 4 Fori 4 -ar0er Mini Vans 4370 Recreation Vans for Sale 4360 Aircraft 4795 Van Accessories 4380 All Terrain Vehicles 5220 Van Rentals 4390 Boats for Sale 5070 Buses tor Sale 4740 Boat Accessories 5080 Garages for Lease 4760 CampersTrailers 5090 Parking for Lease 4770 Deaths 1000 LOUIS DAVID GAUTHIER April 1 6th, 1 91 7 - October 1 6th, 2008 Louis passed away on October 16, 2008 at the age of 91 years. He is predeceased by his wife of 66 years, Grace, who passed away on April 26, 2008. Louis is survived by his two sons, Eugene (Nora) and David (Rosie), as well as three grandchildren, Paul, Nicole, Adam and one great-grandson, Sean. He leaves behind two sisters, Leona and Annette, and one brother, Fred. Louis also leaves behind a special niece, Lavina (Glen) Slater. He was predeceased by his brother, Ferdinand, and sister, Francis. Louis' career spanned from being a farm hand and a farmer in both the Bjorkdate and Gravelbourg, Sk communities to later working for the Rural Municipality of Gravelbourg. After moving to Esterhazy in 1963, Louis worked tor Schentag Construction, and finally ended his career working for the town of Esterhazy from 1966 to 1985 when he retired. Louis enjoyed his retirement years with family and treasured friends. His favorite pastimes included fishing, bowling and watching his favourite sports on TV. He also enjoyed participating In the Esterhazy Golden Jets various activities. The Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, October 21st at 2:00 p.m. at Louise Street Community Church (3042 Louise Street, Saskatoon). Interment will follow at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens, A special thank you to the staff on 6300 at Saskatoon City Hospital for their devotion and care. Arrangements In care of G.R. Carscadden Funeral Chapels and Kurtis Rae, Mourning Glory Funeral Services, Saskatoon (978-5200). SCHULTZ The death of Mr. Sylvester Anton Schultz of Annaheim, SK. occurred at the Humboldt District Hospital, Humboldt, on Friday, October 17, 2008. He was 81 years of age. Sylvester will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his five brothers and three sisters: Norbert Schultz and Roderick Schultz both of Annaheim, SK; Daniel (Marie) Schultz of Hudson Bay, SK; Donald (Mildred) Schultz and Dale (Linda) Schultz both of Humboldt, SK; Bernice (Ted) Vossler of Surrey, B.C; Dorothy Ann (Gerald) Olson of Plenty, SK, and Annabelle (Lloyd) Frank of Annaheim, SK; sister-in-law, Caroline (Camille) Rohel of Humboldt, SK and by numerous nieces, nephews and friends. The Funeral Mass for Sylvester will be offered at St, Ann's R.C. Church, Annaheim, SK, on Tuesday, Oct 21, 2008, at 2:00 p.m., celebrated by Rev. Fr, Richard Meidl. Interment will follow at St. Ann's R.C. Cemetery. Memorial donations may be directed to either St. Ann's Cemetery Fund or the Humboldt District Hospital Foundation. SCHULER-LEFEBVRE, Humboldt. SK. (306-682-4114) A 4 DUMANSKI - MARG. Mrs. Margrete Dumanski, aged 91 years, passed away at Central Parkland Lodge Lanlgan on Wednesday, October 15, 2008. The Memorial Service will be held in the Lockwood Hall on Monday, October 20th at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Helen Herr officiating. Interment in Lockwood Cemetery. For those so wishing donations to the Lockwood Cemetery Fund or Central Parkland Lodge would be appreciated. Fotheringham - McDougall Funeral Service of Watrous and Nokomis In care of arrangements. Deaths 1000 GRESIUK Michael. It is with sadness the family of Mike Gresiuk, resident of North Battleford and formerly of Hafford, announce his passing Wednesday, October 15, 2008 at Battlefords Union Hospital. Prayer Service will be held Thursday, October 23, 2008 at 7:30 p.m, followed by Divine Funeral Liturgy on Friday, October 24, 2008 at 10:30 am, both Services from All Saints Ukrainian Catholic Church, North Battleford, SK. If friends so desire, memorial donations can be made to The Lung Association. Interment will take place at The City Cemetery. North Battleford, SK. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to The Battlefords Funeral Service. 446-4200 Jim, of Vanscoy, passed away suddenly at his home on Thursday, October 16th, 2008. He is dearly loved and remembered by his sons, Gene (Dianne) Chovln of Christopher Lake, Nelson Chovln of Vanscoy, and Chuck (Leslie) Chovln of Vanscoy; seven grandchildren, Kristine (Mike) Skeels, Lisa Chovln, Regan Chovln, Christopher Chovin, Jessica Chovln, Sean Chovin, Brad Chovin; two great-grandchildren, Justin and Shyla; sisters, Wilda McMillan of Asquith, Betty (Alj Ambedian of Calgary; brothers, John (Rose) Chovin of Calgary, Doug (Merle) Chovln of Saskatoon; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his wife. Marguerite (1999); parents, James Wilson Sr. and Annie Chovin; brother-in-law, Wallace McMillan. Jim was born September 1 2th, 1 924 in Asquith. He attended Shelby School near Vanscoy. He enlisted in the Royal Canadian Army - Winnipeg Rifles and landed In Normandy on D-day. Following the war he married Marguerite Junop on April 27th, 1946. They farmed In the Vanscoy area until his retirement to Vanscoy. He enjoyed fishing, woodworking, making jewellery and hunting knives which displayed his artistic talents. He had a special love and attachment to his family, especially his grandchildren. He was a popular Grandpa In the community to many of the youth. Jim was a dedicated member of the Royal Canadian Legion and enjoyed his friendships over the years. A Memorial Service will be held on Tuesday. October 2 1 st at 1 :00 p.m. at Mayfair United Church (902 -33rd Street West). Following the reception the committal will take place at the Wild Rose Cemetery near Vanscoy. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan or the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. Special thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff from RUH 6000, the Home Care Nurses, and friends for their love and attention to Dad. Arrangements in care of John Schachtel -MOURNING GLORY FUNERAL SERVICES (978-5200). Death 1000 WEHAGE Walter Wehage passed away peacefully on Friday, October 17, 2008 at the Humboldt District Hospital with his family by his side. He was 84 years of age. Walter was born on December 17, 1923 on a farm near Fulda, SK. At the age of 5 years his father purchased land north of Pilger which became their permanent home. Walter attended Colorado School in Pilger until completing the Eighth grade. After completing school he worked along side of nis father on the farm until joining the Canadian Army in 1942. In April 1942, basic training started In Portage La Prairie, MB. From there more advanced training was done at Camp Shilo, MB. In November 1942 more advanced training was done at Saskatoon, SK. June 1943, Walter was sent to England to join the Royal Winnipeg Rifles; Infantiy Unit. As a battalion they moved around England to many different locations. In June 1944, D-Day came and they were among the first to Invade Normandy. In July 1944, Walter was wounded while capturing the Carpiquet Air Field outside the city of Caen, France. He was sent back to England to recuperate until September 1944. In September 1944, Walter was sent back to the front lines and In February 1945 their Battalion advanced into Holland. This was the final great assault on the Siegfred Line through the Hochwald in Germany. In this assault Walter received shrapnel from an exploding mortar shell which severely damaged his left shoulder. After 4 months In the hospital recuperating and receiving therapy the war had ended. In January 1946, Walter returned to Saskatchewan and received an honorable discharge from the Army. Walter was a member of The Royal Canadian Legion, Humboldt Branch, July 22, 1946 a marriage to his sweetheart Marie Poppel from the Pilger area was held. Walter was able to purchase his own farm through the VLA In the Verndale area northwest of Lake Lenore, SK, where Walter and Marie farmed and opened land until 1968. In 1968, they bought and operated a small hotel In Pilger, SK. In 1981 they seml-retired to Middle Lake, SK, where they managed the Luclen Lake Regional Park for a number of years. Walter will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his wife of 62 years, MARIE (nee Poppel) Wehage of Middle Lake; eight children: George (Estelle) of Saskatoon, Donald (Angie) of Saskatoon, Joseph (Faye Kavanaugh) of Macrorie, Robert (Cathy) of Saskatoon, Kevin (Susan) of Middle Lake, Geraldine (Domenico) Volponi of Calgary, Cynthia (Randy) Meyers of Saskatoon, David (Charlene) of Edmonton; 1 8 grandchildren, and 1 3 great-grandchildren. The Prayer Service for Walter will be held at Canadian Martyrs R.C. Church, Middle Lake, SK. on Monday, October 20, 2008, at 7:30 p.m. Music ministry will be provided by Darlene Cash. The Funeral Mass will be offered at Canadian Martyrs R.C. Church, Middle Lake, SK, on Tuesday, October 21, 2008, at 10:30 a.m concelebrated by Fr. Bernard Stauber, OSB, Fr. Joseph Ackerman OSB and Fr. Daniel Muyres OSB. Others taking part will be: Sheri Lux, cross bearer; Robert Wehage, intentions; Tanya Kettner, Jacob Wehage, Cynthia Meyers and Kalree Wehage, scripture readers; Geraldine Volponi and Cynthia Meyers, gift bearers. Honorary pallbearer, son Clifford Wehage (1955-1994). Active pallbearers are: George, Don, Joe, Robert, Kevin, and David Wehage. Interment will follow at Canadian Martyrs R.C. Cemetery. Memorial donations may be directed to either the Humboldt District Hospital or Canada's Wounded Warriors. We would like to extend our sincere gratitude to Dr, Carrie Levlck and the professional staff at the Humboldt District Hospital for taking such good care of our Dad". SCHULER-LEFEBVRE, Humboldt, SK. (306-682-4114) I -1 iT) (H fj5 rill f I i'i I (?j if ;Y(i i f I fcWjKit I m$T i t i i 4

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