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C1 Monday, September 21 1 987 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Star-Phoenix SECTION Office Hours: Monday to Friday 8:00 a.m. 4:30 p.m. Classified Telephone hours: Monday to Friday 7:00 a.m.- 7:00 p.m. Saturdays: 10:00 a.m. 6:00 p.m.

Sundays: 12:00 noon 7:00 p.m. UStaf Phoenix 653-2 THE FAR SIDE By GARY LARSON Board, Room Wanted 868 Condominiums to Rent 874 Houses Furnished 834 Houses, Rural Rent 842 Houses, (Part. Furnished) 836 Houses, Unfurnished 838 Rental Houses Wanted 846 Rooms Furnished 850 Rooms (Part. Furnished) 858 Rooms Unfurnished 854 Rooms Wanted 862 Shared Accommodation 822 Suites Furnished 810 Suites Part. Furnished 818 Suites, Rural 826 Suites Unfurnished 814 Suites Wanted 830 INDEX ANNOUNCEMENTS Anniversaries 1 Card of Thanks 27 Coming Events 51 Companions 55 Crematoriums II Deaths 1 Engagements and Weddings 43 Florists 12 Funeral 1 Funerals 3 Happv Days 39 In Memorium 23 Legacies Memorial 19 Lost Found 59 Memorial Society 8 Monuments 15 Notices A3 Personal 31 Star Is Born 35 Tenders of Computers Equipment 186 Courier Service 145 Divorce Mediation 252 Dogs 274 346 Escort Services 266 Firewood 282 Fish 338 Furniture 159 Furniture Rentals 162 Garage Sales 170 Garden 8.

Lawn Equipment 294 Garden 8. Lawns 290 Hall Rentals 232 Hauling 318 Hobbies Crafts 202 Hvdroponic 326 Insurance 246 Jewellery Appraisals .....210 Lumber Building Supplies 174 Meats 334 Musical ..218 Musical 222 Nursing Homes 256 Office Equipment Supplies 147 Office Services 143 Parcel Letter Service 149 Personal Services 250 Pets 270 Photography 198 Poultry 342 109 Produce 330 Rental Stores 322 Restaurant Supplies 176 Rototillers Rototilling 302 Satellite Dishes 196 Saunas 8. Hot Tubs 258 Shoe Repair 248 Sound Equipment 214 Swap 8. Trade 178 Taped Music. 242 Tree Service 310 Tree Spraying 306 TV Rentals 166 Underground Sprinklers ....298 Video-Game Equipment 194 Wanted To Rent 180 Wedding Supplies 226 Weight Control Products 254 627 Fireplaces Accessories 651 Flooring 591 Furnaces Glass 647 Heating.

58.3 Home 635 Insulation 571 Interior Decorating 527 Investigation 715 Janitorial Services 667 Landscaping ...611 Lawyers 99 Maid 659 Management Consultants 703 Market Research 707 Moving Storage 609 Painting 603 Patents Trademarks 711 Plumbing 587 Pools Service 671 Professional Directory 688 Roofing 547 Sand and Gravel 615 Small Engine Repair 582 Snow Removal 675 Step and Railways 631 Stucco 559 Trades and Professions 519 Trenching 535 Upholstery 653 Upholstery Cleaning 655, Wallpapering 607 Window Cleaning 663 Window Doors 643 FARMINDUSTRIAL Chain Saws 769 Custom Harvesting 733 Farm Equipment 729 Feed 8V Seed ......741 Fish 739 Heavy Equipment Rental 795 Horse Trailers 745 Industrial Machinery Repairs 793 Livestock Accessories 737 Removal Service 801 Rental Service 797 Sand 761 Septic Tanks. 765 Sharpening Service 805 Small Tools 789 Stables 749 Welders 755 Well Drilling 757 ACCOMMODATION Apartments-Hotels-Rent 870 Board, Room for Rent 866 Autos 351 Autos Wanted 404 Buses for Sale 452 Garages for Lease 464 Grain Trailers 436 Grain Trucks 432 Parking for Lease ....468 Semi ...439 Service Stations 460 Sports Cars 396 Towing Service 472 Truck Leasing 444 Truck Repairs 8. Accessories 448 Trucks for Sale 424 Trucks Wanted 440 Vans Accessories 416 Van Rentals 420 Vehicle Storage 470 RECREATION All Terrain Vehicles .........496 Bicycles 476 Boats 8, Accessories 484 Campers Trailers 488 Camping Equipment 500 Dune Buggies 494 Flat Deck Trailers 498 Golf Carts 506 Motorcycles Accessories 480 RV's Motorhomes 492 Skiing Equipment 515 Snowmobiles Accessories 511 Sporting Goods 504 Tents Tarpaulins 508 TRADES ANO PROFESSIONS Accountants 696 Accountants (Chartered) 692 Architect Draftsperson 523 Artists Designers 525 Basements 539 Brick Driveways 623 Brick Layers 567 Cabinets Furniture 639 595 Central 585 Ceramic Tile 589 Chimneys 551 Concrete Brick 563 Concrete Cutting. 620 Concrete Driveways ....619 Contractors Carpenters 543 Drvwalling 599 Eavestroughs 555 Electricians 579 Energy Conservation 575 Equipment Rentals 678 Excavating 531 REAL EST ATI Acreage Industrial 887 Acreage Rural 881 Apartment Blocks Sale 903 Appraisers A.A.C.f 966 B.C. 916 Buildings 889 Business Opportunities 900 Commercial Property 890 Condominiums for Sale 952 Cottages for 932 Cottages for Sale 928 Farmland for Rent 884 Farmland for Sale 883 Farms Wanted 885 Hotels Motels 896 Houses for Sale 980 Houses Planned Built 956 Houses Wanted Buy 955 Industrial Lots 886 Investments 902 Investment Properties 888 Lake Resort Lots 9J4 Listings Wanted 940 Lots for Sale 878 Lots to Rent 879 Mobile Homes 948 Mortgages.

936 Open Houses 976 Out of Town Properties 912 Property Management 969 Property to Rent 892 Property Wanted 893 Real Estate 971 ResortsVacation Properties 920 Stores Offices Sale 894 Stores Offices Rent 898 Talking Signs 970 Warehouse Space 908 EMPLOYMENT Career Training 119 Child CareBabysitting 107- Domestic Help 83 Employment Services 123 Employment Wanted 139 Farm Help 79 Hairdressers Wanted 103 Help Wanted 71 Hospital Personnel 131 Office Help 95 Part-time Help 87 Professional Management 115 Restaurant Help 91 Sales Personnel Ill Secretarial Help 99 Teachers Wanted 135 Trades Construction Help 75 GOODS AND SERVICES Adult Services 262 Antiques 182 Appliance Repair 164 Articles for Sale 151 Articles Wanted 155 Balloons. 230 Bands Orchestras 238 234 Cats 278 Christmas Trees 284 Coins and Stamps Computer Consultants 190 "Here are the blueprints. Now look: This is going to be the Liberty Bell, so we obviously expect that it be forged with great diligence and skill." TRANSPORTATION Aircraft Antique Vehicles Auto Automotive Magazine Auto Repairs 8. Accessories 458 400 408 456 412 23 IN MEMORIAMS FUNERALS SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards, Robert F.

Daurie, Lars Nissen Ph. 844-5577 336 4th Ave. North WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL RaeJ Murdoch 653-3434, 20th St Ave ilStarPhoenix GERMAiN In loving memory ot William (Bill) who left us suddenly on Septembr 21st, 1983. Your presence we miss. Your memory we treasure.

Loving you always Forgetting you never. Sadly missed by Mom, Dad and Germain family. MUELLER In loving memory ot my dear husband Bill 11 CREMATORIUMS Printed and published daily except Sundays and statutory holidays by Armadale Publishers Limited at the office of the STAR-PHOENIX, .204 Fifth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 2P1. Second Class Mail Registration Nurpber 0098 Direct dial numbers for Star-Phoenix Hillcrest Memorial Gardens And Crematorium Memorial Cremation Service 477-2236 PRAIRIE VIEW CHAPEL Memorial and Cremation Services. Highway II South Bn 7061 NIEDZIELSKI The Funeral Massfor Rosemarie Niedzielski who died on Tuesday, September 15th, 1987 was held from Queen of Peace Church on Saturday, September 19th at 11 :00a.m.

Celebrated by Rev. Father J. Dormans. Honorary Pallbearers were Julius Repchinsky, Sylvester Repchinsky and Active Pallbearers were Calvin Greenstein, Herman Schitka, Darcy Gulka, Eddie Wolffe, Ray Repchinsky, Lenard Wolffe. took place in Queen of Peace Cemetery, Prud'homme North.

Arrangements were entrusted to the Saskatoon Funeral Home. PAMPU The Funeral Massfor Frank Edward Pampu who died on Tuesday, September 15th, 1987 was held from St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, Marcelin, on Saturday, September 19th at Celebrated by Rev. Father A. Chabraszewski.

Honorary Pallbearers were: MauriceClouthier, Paul Hounsell, Leon Sanche, Frank Steiger, Bill Veronac, ichard Wi II ick and Active Pallbearers were: Gabe Clouthier, Pat Dean, Jack Keel, Ron Parchoma, Rick Stilling and Clifford Willick. Interment took place in the Marcelin Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted tothe SaskatoonFuneral Home. 12 FLORISTS Two sad and lonely years have passed Since he was taken tram me Nothing has been me same since How nice it could have been If he only could have been here. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by his wife Olga Mueller General 652-9200 Circulation 664-8320 Editorial 664-8231 Classified 653-2100 FLOWERS FOR all occasions sympathy, get well, birth, anniversaries weddings.

Call Rose Bowl -Flowers, 244-1122. Visa'MC accepted. Ed Sebestyen, General Manager; James E. Petro, Executive Editor; Merv Carey, Production Manager; Wayne Wohlberg, Circulation Manager; Lawrence Gelsel, Controller; Wilt Popoff, Associate Editor; Armand Kraft, Advertising Manager. COFFIN The Lord took Steve home on Sunday, September 20, 1987.

Stephen Glenn was born at Murdockville, Quebec on March 3, 1954. He lived In a number of places in Eastern Canada including Bathurst, New Brunswick where he attended lementary School. He moved to Saskatoon with his family in 1968. His High School years were spent in Mount Royal Collegiate. After High School he went to Bethany Bible Institute, Hepburn, University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina.

He earned a Bachelor of Education degree and a Post Graduate Diploma in Educational Administration. Steve and SanoV were married in 1975. In 1978 they moved to Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan. Steve taught at William Grayson School and Central Collegiate. Steve was a gifted teacher and had respect for his students and enioyed making them laugh.

Steve was a member of the Moose Jaw Publ ic library Board, the Palliser Regional Library Board and the Moose Jaw Parks Recreation Board. Missing him are his wife Sandy, his parents Ivan and Juanita Coffin, his sister Sheryl, his father-in-law Ben Unruh, his brother-in-law Larry Unruh and sister-in-law Laurel Unruh. He was predeceased by an infant brother, his maternal grandparents, his paternal grandmother and his mother-in-law. In lieu of flowers, donations tothe Stephen G. Coffin Memorial Scholarship Fund, in care of the Education Center, 1075 9th Ave N.W., Moose Jaw, would be appreciated by the family.

The Funeral Servicewill beconducted on Tuesday, September 22nd, 1 987 at 3 30 p. m. in the Alliance Church, Moose Jaw. Pastor Bob Peters will officiate. A private interment servicewill be held at the Salem Church Cemetery, Waldheim, Sask.

at a later date. We, his family know that Steve is in heaven and we will be joining him. Arrangements are entrusted with Parkview Funeral Chapel, Moose Jaw. RE. Redpathand D.J.

Campbell, Funeral Administrators 8, Directors serving the family. (1-694-5500). FOR ALL YOUR FLORAL TRIBUTES Roses Inc. Westside I302-20th St. W.

653-5853 Roses Inc. Eastside 3521 -8th St. E. 374-1897 Free Deliverv For orders over Display 664-8340 15 MONUMENTS ROY Elizabeth (Betty). In loving memory of mother, grandmother who passed away September 21, 1985.

If I had all the world to give, I'd give it, yes, and more. To hear her voice and see her smile And greet her at my door. But all I can do, dear mother, ts go and tend your grave, And leave behind tokens of love To the best mother God ever made. I like to think, when life is done, Wherever, heaven may be, That she'll be standing at the door Up there to welcome me. Lovingly remembered and sadly missed by Linda, Alyln and family.

Remco Memorials Ltd. 210 33rd St. East At Entrance To Woodlawn Cemetery 652-5363 ANNOUNCEMENTS SEXSMITH The Memorial Service for Albert Francis Sexsmith who died on Thursday, September 17th, 1987, was held from Chapel, Saskatoon Funeral Homeon Saturday, September 19th at 1 :00 p.m. Conducted by Rev. Don Barss and Eulogy by Stan Fowler.

Honorary Pallbearers were: Frank Germaine, Harold Collocott, John Guenther, George Peters, Miss Carrie Robbins, Wes Robbins, George Russell; Mrs. Nellie Schnell, Dr. Christopher Scott, Dale Shockey, Chuck SoulesandCliffThompson.Cremation. DEATHS SASKATOON MEMORIALS LTD. 121 Gyles Place, Saskatoon 653-1933 Terry Hrabok Rock Ot Ages Dealer Guarantee 30 MY PHONE NUMBER IS 19 LEGACIES MEMORIAL ATTENTION BUSINESS PEOPLE If your phone number is not in, or hasan incorrect number inthenewdirectory.wehavetheanswerforyou.Listvour number in the classification.

Now available at a special rate. Phone 653-2100 tor details. FUNERAL DIRECTORS BOSCO SOCIETY Gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies to help in the establishment ana operation of centres for the treatment of the very emotionally troubled children and adolescer's of our society. Tax deductible. Mail to: Box 200 Regina, Sask.



Gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies for education and research. Tax deductible. P.O. Box 1876, Regina, S4P 3E2. ACUTE PAIN SUFFERERS, MES-TENS DEVICE for pain control Arthritis, headaches (Migrain) etc.

as shown on "Market Place" 931-2948 or 244-3632 KELLER The deathof Emil of Saskatoon occurred suddenly on Friday, September 18th, 1987. The Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday, September 22nd at 1 :30 P.M. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home, corner of 4th Ave. and 25th Street, conducted by Rev. Brucei Rathbone.

Memorial Donations to the charity of the donor's choice will be appreciated in lieu of flowers. Surviving are: his loving wife Ethel, his son Ron (Elvira) of Saskatoon, his step-daughters, Rita (Robert) Gray of New York, N.Y.,and FayeChristiansenof Edmonton, two grandchildren, Blair (Michelle) and Craig, both of Saskatoon, four step-grandchildren, Leslee Bender, Gordon Gray, Kim Hodgson and PhilipChristiansen, three brothers, Bert (Audrey) of Victoria, B.C., Ralph (Gloria) of Victoria, B.C. and Ernest Ida) of OsoyooS, B.C., four sisters, Malita Griffin of Ontario, Freda Glauser of Mississauga, Ontario, Ethel Stenson of Cranbrook, B.C. and Lorraine Swetzer and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his first wife Ruby in 1974, his brother Fred and twosisters, Antonette Stensrud and Ida Miller.

Emil was employedwith Gulf Oil untilhis retirement in 1978. He was a member the B.O.P, Elks, Lodge 12. Interment will take Place in Woodlawn Cemetery. Funeral service arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. ANDREWS Bradley Earnest, aged 29, of Winnipeg, Manitoba formerly of Saskatoon passed away on Sept.

17th, 1987 in Vancouver General Hospital after a couragous Battle with a lengthy illness. He is survived by his loving wife Diane (MacCready) his parents Wallace and Lois Andrews of Saskatoon; two brothers Dale of Vancouver and Darren of Saskatoon; two sisters Wendy of Saskatoonand Laura of Vancouver; his grandmother W. Corscadden of Saskatoon and numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. Brad was born at Biggar Saskatchewan, raised in Saska- toon and attended Walter Murray Collegiate and Kelsey Institute. Brad was an avid outdoor sportsman with special interests in golfing, snowmobiling boating.

Cremation has taken place. Memorial Service will be held at St. Stephens Anglican Church, Helmsdale Ave. at Henderson Highway, Winnipeg, at 7:30 pm on Tuesday, Sept. 22nd, 1987.

Honorary Pallbearers will be Blair Carlson, Russ Payiack, Rick Andrews, Jim Feere, Bob Moore and John Pomeroy. Special thanks gratitude to the Nurses of E6 Vancouver General Hospital, Doctors J. P. Moquin and M.J. Barnett of Vancouver, and Doctors T.

Shore, P. Galbraith and C.J. Ibbitt of Winnipeg. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in memory of Brad in care of Dr. T.

Shore, St. Bonafice General Hospital, 409 Tache Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R2H 2A6toaidinestablish-ing aLeukemia Bone Marrow Transplant Unit KOLBU The passing of Mrs. Sarah Alvina Kol-bu age 88 years of 1319 Coy Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on Saturday, September 19th, 1987. The Funeral Servicewill beheldon Wednesday, September 23rd at 1:30 P.M. conducted by Mr.

William Niebergall from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 3rd Ave. North (Courtesy parking north of the chapel). Surviving are her son Arthur of Saskatoon, three grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren; also one brother Peter F. (Florence) Turcotte of Saskatoon. She was predeceased by her husband Chris in 1966, a daughter, Mrs.

Irene Phillips and six sisters and four brothers. Interment will take place in the family plot at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. ARR The passing of Miss Lucy Carr, age 86 years of Suite No. 2006-1223 Temperance Street, Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Wednesday, September 16th, 1987.

The Funeral Service will be held on Monday, September 21st at 2 00 p.m. conducted by Rev. W. A. Stevens and Rev.

Don Barss from Grace-Westminster United Church, 505- 10th Street East. Survivingare: one sister, Mrs. Jeannette Potts of Kamloops, B.C., one brother, Robert Carr of Saskatoon, two nieces and three nephews. She was predeceased by her parents, Mr. Williamand Mrs.

Lucy Carr, onesistfr, HelenCarrandonebrother, RayCarr. The late Miss Carr was born in Copper Cliff, Ontario and came west with her parents to Leney, Saskatchewan in 1916. In 1931 shecameto Saskatoon and had resided here since. Miss Carr taught school in Saskatchewan for several years and later was employed with Federated Cooperatives Ltd. until her retirement.

She was a member of the Grace-Westminster United Church being active in thechurchchoir for many years and was a Iso a member of St. John's Ambulance Nursing division for many years. In lieu of flowers Memorial tributes may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Cremation with interment in the family plot at Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL.

EGETO The death of Margaret Egetoof Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on Thursday, September 17th, 1987. A Service of Remem-brance'will be held on Monday, September 21 st at 3:30 P.M. from the Chapel of Saskatoon Funeral Home, corner of 4th Ave. at 25th St conducted by Rev. Ed Loucks.

Cremation. Memorial donations to Third Ave. Saskatoon, will be appreciated in lieu of flowers. Surviving are her loving husband Steve, her son Steve (Eileen) of Saskatoon, two grandchildren, Terry (Betty) Egeto of Saskatoon and Shannon (Randy) Morris of seven great grandchildren, Brock, Kyle, Tyler and Megan Egeto and Dustin, Stephanie and Shelagh Morris, three sisters Kay (Llovd) Raynard of Winnipeg, Ann Earl Randall of Hanley, and Irene(Bob) Pittendrighof Regina, and three brothers, Jim (Alice) Sollosy of Viscount, Ted Harriet) Sollosy of Saskatoon and Mike (Mary) Sollosy of Seattle, Washington. She was predeceased by her parents Michael and Anna Sollosy.

Funeral service arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. KLEITER Ruth Marie (nee Jones), wife of Leo Kleiter, died in Saskatoon on Friday, September 18, 1987. Besides her husband for 58 years, she leaves behind one daughter, Leona (Alfred) Schwark of Cudworth; two sons, Ralph, a Diocesan priest of Saskatoon-Kindersley and Lorne (Rona) of Humboldt; five grandchildren, Ramona (Pierre) Grimard and Perry Schwark of Vancouver, Michael (Lisa) Kleiter, Dean Kleiter, Barry Kleiter, and one great-grandchild, JoelleKleitenallof Humboldt. Ruth Marie was born in Gait, Missouri on March 25, 1909 and in 1915cametoCanadawith her parents. She was predeceased by her mother in 1921 and her father in 1952.

She lived most of her life in the Bremen Cudworth district where she enioyed family, church and community life. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be directed to St. Michael's Hospital in Cudworth, City Hospital Foundation or St. Paul's Hospital Foundation in Saskatoon for their care to coronary patients. In thanksgiving for a life, the Funeral Rites will be celebrated with Prayers on Sunday, September 20th at 7:30 p.m.

and the Eucharistic Liturgy on Monday, September 21st at 11 :00 a.m. from St. Michael's Church, Cudworth. Burial rites in the Parish Cemetery will conclude the liturgy. Arrangements are in care of Scharf's Funeral Home, Cudworth-Humboldt (682-2122).

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Mcintosh age 95 xears of Oliver Lodge, Saskatoon, occurred at her residence on Saturday, September 19th, 1987. The Funeral Service will beheldon Tuesday, September 22nd, at 1 1 :00 a.m. conducted by Rev. Jack Carr and Rev. N.

Stewart Dingwall from Park Funeral Chapel, 311-3rd Ave. North, (Courtesy parking north of thechapel Surviving are threedaughters; Mrs. Mariorie (Ernie) Puranen of Winnipeg, Mrs. Vera (Eugene) O'Dell of Raymond, Washington, U.S.A.; Mrs. Irene (Wilfred) Summach of Saskatoon; four grandsons; Jack (Jacqueline) Puranen; Dennis (Julie) Puranen; Gordon (Eleanor) Summach; Donald Summach; and seven great grandchildren; Kristian and Travis Puranen; Serena and David Puranen; Lisa, Leslie and Sheldon Summach; and a sister-in-law; Mrs.

Marie Haill of Hamilton, Ont. She was predeceased by her husband Jack in 1982; one sister and four brothers and a sister-in-law. The late Mrs. Mcintosh was born on January 11th, 1892 near Teeswater, Ontario, came west to Zealandia, Saskatchewan in 1911 and married Wm. Jack Mcintosh on January 31st, 1912.

They farmed in thedistrict for awhile and later moved to the town of Zealandia where they resided until retiring to Saskatoon in 1962. In lieu of flowers memorial donations may be made to the Oliver Lodge Memorial Fund, 1405 Falkner Saskatoon, S7L3R5. Pallbearerswill be: Gordon Summach, Donald Summach, Jack Puranen, Dennis Puranen, Terry Orr, Jim Orr. Interment will take place in the family plot at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL.

SPRIGGS Mr. Herbert beloved husband of Mrs. Irene Spriggsof Leask, passed away peacefully at a Saskatoon Hospital on Friday, September 18, 1987. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Monday, September 21 st at 2 00 p.m. from the Leask Lions Hall with Rev.

Father Z. Grabowski as celebrant and Rev. Barclay Mayo of the Anglican Church assisting. Predeceased by his parents Alfred and Laura Spriggs, three brothers, William, Ted and Doug and one sister Mariorie Kalbf leifc. Surviving are his wife Irene (nee Baynton) of Leask, eight daughters and two sons; Judith (Mrs.

David Rourke) of Calgary, Brenda (Mrs. Frank Slupski) Jacqy (Mrs. Omer Bonin) of Marcelin, Deborah (Mrs. LeoTroesch) of Saskatoon, Betty Rose of Calgary, Margaret of Saskatoon, Thomas of Leask, Dorothy of Saskatoon, Arthur (Vivian Francoeur) of Leask, Patricia of Leask, all of his grandchildren, two brothers Charles (Mary) Spriggsof Rosthern and Rolph Spriggsof Rosth-ern, two sisters, Gertie (Mrs. Russ O'Brian) of Richmond, B.C., and Dorothy (Mrs.

Art Bench) of Vernon, B.C., two sisters-in-law Mrs. Mary Spriggs of Duck Lake and Mrs. Mary Spriggs of Rosthern and by numerous nieces and nephews. Born March 23, 1920 in Duck Lake, Saskatchewan, and enioyed his early years in Duck Lake, learning his life long trade from his father. Mr.

Spriggs had served in the Armed Forces from 1943 -1946 and was a dedicated Legion member. In 1948 he moved to Leask at which time he established his Leask Butcher Shop. He was married to Irene Baynton in 1950. Herb was an ardent sportsman who enioyed hockey, curling, hunting and fishing. He loved his family and always had an open house for his friends.

Irene and family would like to thank the nurses and doctors at SaskatoonCity Hospital and St. Paul's Intensive Care Units for the kindness and support they gave Herb, Irene and family. Memorials may be made to the Leask Level 1 1 1 Special Care Home in lieu of other tributes. Interment in the Leask Cemetery. Shellbrook Funeral Home are entrusted with the funeral arrangements (747-2494).

MILLER The death of Harold Edward Miller age 63 years of R.R. 5 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan occurred at his residence on Wednesday, September 16, 1987. A Service of Rememberance will be held on Monday, September 21, 1987 at 1:30 p.m. from the Chapel of the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME conducted by Rev. Tim Po-syluzny In lieu of flowers the family are grate-fullyaccepting donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, 1036 College Drive, Saskatoon; Sask.) Surviving are: his wife, Alice, two daughters, Etta (Lvle) Evansof Saskatoon, and Tanis (Bud) Miller of Saskatoon, three grandchildren, Dean, Jessica, and Todd Evans all of Saskatoon, five brothers, Ichard Herta of iddle Lake, Lome (Verla), Norman (Lorraine), Allan (Marlene), all of Saskatoon, Phillip llene) of Calgary, three sisters, Etta Selzer of Columbia, Missouri and Margaret Bob) Hannan of Hot Springs, Arkansas and Beatrice (Stan) Gardner of Rosetown, two aunts and an uncle, Emily Duke and Ed and Milly Miller all of Saskatoon, also numerous nieces and nephews.

He is predeceased by his parents, William and Anna Milleoa sister, Lau-raandabrotherand sister in infancy. Haroldwas born at Saskatoon on April 3, 1924. He attended the Victor School. Upon completion of school he started farming in the area until 1945 at which time he moved to Melness. He married Alice Franks on Jan.

20, 1954. They continued to farm in the area and he had been actively farming at the time of hisdeath. Harold enioyed hunting and fishing. He enioyed big band music and had played in a band in earlier years. He had iust started photography as another interest.

He loved his family very much and will be sadly missed by them. Cremation. Arrangements entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME (Courtesy parking south of theChapelon4thAve. at 25th St.) MY NAME TO APPEAR IN CLASSIFICATION MY AD READS AS FOLLOWS: ADDRESS CITY TELEPHONE POSTAL CODE FEHR The passing of Baby Brian Richard Fehr, age 11 months, beloved infant son of Gordon and Rose Fehr of Saskatoon, occurred in a local hospital on Friday, September 18th, 1987. The Funeral Mass will be held on Monday, September 21st at 11:00 a.m.

celebrated by Rev. Father M. Hertz from St. Joseph's RomanCatho-lic Church, Broadway Avenue and 8th Street East. Surviving are his parents, one brother Steven at homeand hisgrandoarents Mrs.

Gertrude Fehr of Hague, Sask. and Mr. John and Mrs. Veronica Huber of Laridis, Sask. Brian was predeceased by his grandfather, Mr.

John Fehr in 1981. In lieu of flowers Memorial Donations may be made to a charity of the donor's choice. Interment will take place in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL WESELOWSKI Rev. Roman died in the Es-tevan Hospital on September 16, 1987.

He is survived by his mother, a brother, a sister-in-law and nieces and nephews, all in Poland. Father Roman came toCanada 11 years ago and served in the Eparchyof Saskatoon, the RomanCatholic Diocese of Saskatoon and the Archdiocese of Regina. He was pastor of Delisle, Vanscoy, Beechy, Milden and Lucky Lake. He also ministered at University Hospital. The Funeral Service will be held at St.

John the Baptist Church in Estevan on Wednesday, September 23 at 10:30 a.m. Interment will take place in the Estevan Cemetery. A Memorial Mass will take place in St. Ann's Parish in Delisle on Thursday, September 24, at 7:30 n. RUN MY AD FROM 87 TO.

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