Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on January 16, 1991 · 37
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ANNOUNCEMENTS Anniversaries 47 Cord oi Thonk , . 27 Coming Event Companion . 55 Crematoriums 1 1 Deaths 2 Educohon Scholorihios 37 Engagements A Weddings 43 Florists 12 Funeral Directors 7 Funerals 3 Funeral Plans 10 Graduations 52 Happy Days 39 Happy Davs Service 34 Industnol Info 68 In Memoriam 2 3 Legooes Memorial 19 Lost A Found 59 Memorial Society 8 Monuments 1 5 Notices 63 Personal 3 1 Star h Bom 35 lenders 67 Travel 49 EMPLOYMENT Career Training 119 Babysitting, Childcare Req. 107 Will BabysitChildcare 108 Domestic Help 63 Drivers Wanted 73 Employment Services 123 Employment Wanted 139 Form Help 79 Hairdressers Wanted 103 Help Wanted 7 1 Nanny Services 106 Heoltn Core Personnel 1 33 Hospital Personnel 1 3 1 Office Help 95 Port-hme Help 87 Professional Management Help 1 1 5 Restaurant Help 91 Sales Personnel 1 1 1 Secretarial Help 99 Subsidized Day Core 105 The StarPhoenix Direct dial numbers for : Switchboard 652-9200 Editorial Circulation Classified Display Richard Thompson Bil Peterson Steven Gbb WilPopoff Lawrence Geteel Jim Davidson Wayne Wohberg Eldon Amundson MervCaiey Glen Houle Printed and published daily except Sundays and statutory holidays by Armadale Communications Limited at the office of The Star-Phoenix, 204 Fifth Avenue North, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 2P1 664-8231 664-8320 653-2100 664-8340 Executive Vk&Prcs idenl Executive Editor Managing Editor Associate Editor Bushess Manager Advertising Manager Circulation Manager Controller Engheering Development Director Production Manager ANNOUNCEMENTS DEATHS ABEL The death of Mike Abel of Lake Lenore, SK occurred at the St. Elizabeth's Hospital in Humboldt, SK on January 14th, 1991 at the age of 80 years. Prayers will be said on Wednesday, January 16th, 1991 at 7:30 p.m. from the St. Anthony's R.C. Church in Lake Lenore, SK. The Funeral Mass will be ottered on Thursday, January 17th, 1991 at 2.00 p m. from the St. Anthony's R.C. Church in Lake Lenore. SK with Rev. Fr. Lawrence DeMong O.S B. as Celebrant. Interment to follow in the St. Anthony's R.C. Cemetery In Lake Lenore, SK. Mike is lovingly remembered by his brother, John Abel of Lake Lenore, SK and by his sister-in-law, Florence Abel of Pilger, SK and also by numerous nieces and nephews. Mike was predeceased by his parents, Mike and Ann Abel: by his brother, Joe in 1987; by his sister, Frances Zurburg and her husband Lawrence and also by a sister-m-law, Libby Abel in 1987. Pallbearers will be Kevin Abel, Larry Zurburg, Richard Zurburg, Daryl Abel, Conrad Abel and Myles Yeager. Memonal donations made to the Canadian Cancer Society or to the St. Anthony's R.C. Church Fund would be greatly appreciated by the family. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to SCHARF'S FU-NERAL HOME. Humboldt. SK. BAILEY Gordon Stanley Bailey. Peacefully on January 5th, 1991, Gordon passed away after a short illness at St. Anthony's Hospital, Estertiazy, Sask. Bom July 1 8th, 1 91 6 at Von-da, Sask., he was educated there and spent his early adult years employed in that province, coming to Dryden, Ontario in the early 1 950's and (oining the Dryden Paper Company. He retired from Falconbndge Mine at Ig-nace, Ont. in 1981 and made his retirement home m Estettiazy where he enjoyed curling, golfing and the outdoors. Gordon was predeceased by his parents Frank and Ida Bailey of Vonda, Sask. Surviving are his sister Olive (and husband Bert) of Dryden; four nieces: Margaret Shell (and husband Winston) of London, Ont., Gaye Huckell (and husband Bud) of Estertiazy, Sask., Carole Cornelius (and husband Cliff) of Okinawa, Lesley Prior (and husband Rick) ol Thunder Bay, Ont.; two nephews Beitil Moline, Jr. (and wile Karen) of Ajax, Ont. and Jeffrey Moline of Geraktlon, Ont and his fiancee Tina Barber. Cremation has taken place. Arrangements are in care of Chnstie Hill Funeral Chapel of Yotkton, Sask. A private family service will take place at the Family Plot, Woodlawn Cemetery, Saskatoon, SK, at a later date when cremains will be mumed. Should friends desire, in his memory, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, care of Chnstie Hill Funeral Chapel, Yorkton, Sask FREDERICK The death of Elizabeth Jean Frederick (nee Coe) of Saskatoon, SK occurred on January 13th, 1991 at the Saskatoon City Hospital in Saskatoon, SK after a lengthy illness Elizabeth was bom on October 4th, 1910 at Silver Park, SK to her parents John and Elizabeth Coe. She was educated at Mossdale School. Upon mamage to Louis Allen Wrennick, they moved to his (arm 5 Vi miles south east of Pleasantdale, SK. They retired in 1 946 to Metfort, SK. After the death of Louis on November 10th, 1955, she moved to Humboldt, SK and married Wansel Fredenck. When her health failed she transferred to a private nursing home In Saskatoon, SK on July 1 5th, 1 986 where she resided until the time of her death. Elizabeth is lovingly remembered by her children, Ruth (Pete) Janzen of Humboldt, SK, Dorothy (Leonard) Neubauer of Humboldt, SK and Gordon (Ruth) Wrennick of Saskatoon, SK; by numerous grandchildren and great grandchildren; by her sister, Alice Zozel of Pleasantdale, SK, by her brother, Ted Coe ol Silver Park, SK; by her half sister, Mabel (Bill) Savage of Silver Park, SK, and by her two half brothers, Herman (Sylvia) Arps of Fod William, ON and Cecil (Gertie) Arps ol Pleasantdale, SK. Elizabeth was predeceased by her first husband, Louis Allen Wrennick, by her second husband, Wansel Frederick; by her daughter, Mary Olson; by her grandson, Robert Janzen; by her brothers, John, Bill and Fred Coe and by her parents, John Coe and Elizabeth Jean (Coe) Arps. Prayers will be held on Wednesday. January 16th, 1991 at 7:30 p m. from Scharfs Funeral Chapel In Humboldt, SK. The Funeral Mass will be ottered on Thursday, January 17th, 1991 at 10 00a m from the St AugustineR C. Church m Humboldt, SK with Rev Fr Leo Hinz O S B as Celebrant Interment to follow in the St AugustineR C. Cemetery in Humboldt, SK. Pallbearers will be Allen Wrennick, Bradley Wrennick, Pat Finney, Kendall Grosh, Don Grosh and Richard Soanes Memorial donations made to the Alzheimer Association would be greatly appreciated by the lamily. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to SCHARFS FUNERAL HOME, Humboldt, Sask. irufiik AliPM 'iltfllniTiitiaaf IiluP Teachers Wanted 1 35 Trodes A Construction Help 75 GOODS AND SERVICES Adult Services 262 Antiques 1 53 Appliance Repair 164 Article for Sale 151 Articles Wanted 155 Babylnfont Articles 1 50 Balloons 230 Bands A Orchestras 238 Butcher Supplies 332 Catering 234 Cats 142 Cellular A Mobile Phones IV2 Christmas Trees 286 Coins A Stomps 206 Computer Consultants 190 Computers A Equipment 186 Computer Service 188 Courier Service 145 Counselling 253 Divorce Mediation 252 Dogs 141 Eggs 346 Escort Services 266 Firewood 282 Fish 338 Furniture A Appliances 1 59 Furniture Refinishmg 163 Furniture Rentals 162 Garage Sales 1 70 Gorden A Lawn Equipment 294 Garden A Lawns 290 Hall Rentals 232 Hauling 316 Heolth services 255 Hobbies A Crafts 202 Home Care 257 Hydroponic 326 Insurance 246 Jewellery Appraisals 2 1 0 Lumber & Building Supplies 1 74 Meats 334 Money to Loon 245 Musical Equipment 2 1 8 Musical Instruction 222 Nursing Homes 256 Office Equipment A Supplies Office Services Parcel Letter Service Personal Services Pets Photography Poultry Pre School Produce Rental Stores Restaurant Supplies Rototiilen A Rototiliing Satellite Dishes Saunas A Hot Tubs Security Systems Sewing Shelving Shoe Repair Signs Commercial Sound Equipment Swap A trade Taped Music Tickets SolfeWanted Tree Service Tree Spraying TV Rentals Underground Sprinklers VCR Soles Rental Service Video Game Equipment Wanted fo Rent Wedding Supplies Weight Control Products TRANSPORTATION Aircraft Antique Vehicles Auto Body Repair Auto Financing ' Auto leasing Automotive Magazine Auto Repairs A Accessories Autos Autos Wanted Batteries reconditioned Buses for Sale Cor Wash Classic Autos Garages for Lease Grain Troilers EVANS The passing of Nettie Evelyn Evans, age 77 years occurred on Friday, January 1 1 th, 1 99 1 . the Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, January 16th, 1991 at 3 00 p.m. from the Chapel ot McKague's Funeral Chapel, conducted by Rev. N. S. Dingwall The interment will follow in the family plot ot Floral Cemetery, Floral, Sask. Evelyn was bom in Saskatoon on October 20th, 1913. She grew up on (arms just east of Saskatoon. She mar-ned Jack Evans in 1 937 and spent most ot her life residing In Saskatoon, spending her latter years with her daughter Carole and the last month of her life in Stensrod Lodge. Evelyn enjoyed travelling, camping, and spending time with her children and grandsons She was a talented cook and seamstress and worked on many quilts through the years of her lifetime membership with the Floral Homemakers. Evelyn was predeceased by her husband, Jack Evans In 1 974, her grandson, Blaine Helt in 1 974; her parents, William and Nettie MacMillan; and by her brothers, Russell and Lome MacMillan. She is survived by her daughters, Carole Evans, and Judy Helt; and her husband, Edd all of Saskatoon; her son Don Evans and wife, Muriel of Lake Havasu City, Arizona; her grandsons, Don and Chns Helt, and Bob, Bill and Doug Evans, and their mother Gail Evans; and sisters, Elsie (Henry) Klassen, Dons (Bert) Pope, Marge (Stan) Olson, and Gertie MacMillan. The family would appreciate donations to The Floral Cemetery Fund, do Mrs. J. Agar RR 5 Saskatoon, Sask., S7K 3J8 or to a Chanty ol your choice, in lieu of flowers (Guest parking directly south ot McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL, comer of 3rd Avenue and 20th Street). MATHERS Grace V. Mathers, formerly of Delisle and Saskatoon died peacefully at Shendan Villa, Mississauga, Ontario in her 97th year. Predeceased by her husband, Jack in 1970. She was mother to Phyllis and Doreen; grandma to Robbie, Timothy, Clare, Lome, Sylvia and Jock; great-grandma to Randeep, Kiran, Flavi, Tara, Alex and Sarah. The Memonal Service will be held on Thursday, January 17th, 1991 at 2.00 p m conducted by Rev. Arlene Reynolds from Tnmty United Church, 3318 Memtt Street, Saskatoon. Interment will take place in Hillcrest Memonal Gardens, Saskatoon. Memonal Gifts may be J made to Tnmty United Church Memonal Fund. Arrangements are in care or PARK FUNERAL I CHAPEL. NEUDORF The death of Elizabeth Neudod. age 89 years, ol the Rosthem Mennomte Nursing Home occurred on January 14th, 1991. The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, January 17th, 1991 at 1:30 p.m. from the Rosthem Mennomte Church conducted by Flev. Rudy Froese and Rev. Esther Patkau. She is survived by her children, Elizabeth (Isaac) Hildebrandt ot Rosthem, Peter (Mary) Braun of Carmen, Manitoba; 1 0 grandchildren; 23 great grandchildren; step-daugh-ters-in-law, Anna Neudod, Margaret Neudod; step-children, Martha Klassen, Helen Buhler, Tina (David) Klassen, Henry (Annie) Neudod; 28 step-grandchildren; one sister, Margaret Goertzen; sister-in-law, Susan Janzen; sis-ters-in-law, Anna Neudod and Tina Neudod. She was predeceased by her first husband, David D. Braun and second husband, Jacob J. Neudod. Interment will take place in the Rosthem Cemetery Arrangements are in careof FUNK'S FUNERAL HOME, Rosthem NOSURAK The passing ot Mr. William Wasyl Nosurak, age 88 years of Saskatoon occurred at his residence on Sunday, January 13th, 1991. The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, January 17th, 1991 at 10 00 a m, conducted by Rev. Bohdan Demczuk from All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 2616 Louise Street, Saskatoon. Prayers will be offered on Wednesday evening, January 16th, 1990 at 7:30 p.m. from All Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Surviving are his loving wile, Olga; one sister, Anne Thraschluk in Ukraine and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, tour brothers and three sisters in Ukraine. The Late Mr. William Wasyl Nosurak was bom on February 1 2th, 1 902 in Ukraine. He came to Canada in 1927 and settled in the Cudwodh area. He moved to Wakaw where he met and married his loving wife Olga in 1931 . They ran the General Store in Wakaw for 15 years and dunng this time William was also a watchmaker. They sold the store in 1 945 and farmed for a few years in the Wakaw District. After retmng William and Olga enioyed the next year travelling around the world. In 1954, they moved to Saskatoon and had resided here since. William loved his gardening and photography. Memonal donations maybe made to Ail Saints Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Pallbearers will be Roman Skakunn, Ted Hrynewtsh, Richard Baton, Julius Calymyk and Bob Laryonyk. Interment will take place in the Wakaw Ukrainian Orthodox Cemetery, Wakaw, Sask. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. SCOTT John Stanley (Jack) Scott, age 78 years otBIggar, Sask passed away in a Saskatoon hospital on Monday, January 13th, 1991. The Service of Remembrance will be held on Friday, January 18th, 1991 at 2 00 p m. from Thud Avenue United Church, Big-oar, Sask. conducted by Rev. Neil Millard. Surviving are his wile, Wynona, one daughter, Shirley Scott ot Edmonton; two sons, Ken of Calgary and Buzz (Joan) of Biggar; eleven grandchildren and twenty great grandchildren; three sisters, Irene Bassett of Pnnce Albert, Dons of Kelowna and Clara (Fred) Hamford of Calgary; one brother, Bert ot Biggar. The late Mr. Scott was bom and raised at Kincaid, Sask He came to Tweedyside district near Biggar in 1931 and had farmed in that district until his passing Friends who so wish may make memonal donations to the Sask. Lung Association, 1231 8th Street East, Saskatoon, S7H OS5 Cremation. Arrangements are in care of WESTWOOD FUNEFIAL CHAPEL (653-3434) SUBBOTA Mr. Anton (Albert) Subbota.aqe 96 years, 11 Vi months, ot the Rosetown Health Care Centre Nursing Wing, and formerly of Herschel, SK died at the Royal University Hospital on Saturday, January 12th, 1991. Funeral Services will be held from the Herschel United Church on Wednesday afternoon I January 16th at 2.00 with Rev Peter Mackenzie officiating Interment will take place in the Edna Rose Cemetery, Kingsland Distnct Memonal donations may be directed to the Rose-town Health Care Centre Nursing Wing (co the Rosetown Union Hospital). Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Clements Rosetown Funeral Home For local ingumes, please call ACADIA DRIVE FUNFRALCHAP-EL (955-1600). Miami MrtiihaJk US 147 143 149 250 140 198 342 109 330 322 176 302 196 258 185 203 148 248 144 CLASSIFIED ADS Deadlines: 4:30 p.m. for next days issue, 4.30 p m. Fri. for Sat and Mon. Office hours: Mon. to Fri. 8 a m. to 4:30 p.m. (Classified Telephone hours: Mon. to Fri. 7 a.m. to 7 p m.; Sat. 10a.m. to 2 p.m.; Sun. 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Long Distance Toil Free: 1-800-667-6979 BRITTAIN Mr Marshall Stephen, age 78, a veteran of the Second World War, passed away at the Saskatoon Sherbrooke Nursing Home on Sunday, January 1 3th, 1 991 . A Service of Remembrance will be held on T uesday, January 15th, 1991 at St. Patricks Pansh, Saskatoon, at 1 :00 p m. conducted by Rev. Fr. Morand. Wake and Funeral Services will be held on the James Smith Reserve on Thursday, January 1 7th, at 2 00 p m. Surviving are his loving wife Edna (Sauve) Brittain; five sons and seven daughters: Edward (Cecilia) Bnt-tain, Joe (Rose) Brittain, Bill Bnttain, Pal Brittain, Tony (Maxine) Bnttain, Mane Walker, Manlyn (John) Boyes, Mary Sanderson, Rita (George) Sanderson, Patsy Sanderson, Beatrice (Bruce) Peeteetuce, Brenda Bnttain, as well as numerous nieces and nephews, grandchildren and great-grandchildren. He was predeceased by his parents Patrick and Mathilda Bnttain and brothers and sisters He will be fondly remembered and sadly missed by his family and friends. Interment in the St. Stephen's Cemetery, James Smith Reserve. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Sherbrooke Nursing Home would be greatly appreciated. Arrangements entrusted to Westwood Funeral Home of Saskatoon. BON NOR Samuel J. Bon nor ot Lloydmin-ster passed away in The Uoydminster Hospi tal on Saturday, January 1 2th, 1991 at the age of 78 years. The Funeral Service will be conducted from The Knox Presbytenan Church, Uoydminster on Wednesday, January 16th, 1991 at 2.00 pm. with The Reverend Ron Schroeder officiating. Sam is survived by tour daughters, Beverty Jean and her husband Bud Graham of Turtleford, Saskatchewan, Glona and her husband Allan Weiler ot Calgary, Penny and her husband Len Spenst ol Ottawa, and Mary Ann Fisher of Vegreville; one son Gordon Bon nor and his wife Eileen ot Sask atoon; nine grandchildren and four great grandchildren, two sisters, Ann Porter of Cam-duff, Saskatchewan and Suzanna Bucham of St Walburg Memonal donations to the MRI Campaign, Ftoyal University Hospital, Saskatoon, SK, S7N 9Z9. McCAW FUNERAL SERVICE LTD., of Uoydminster will administer the Funeral arrangements (5101 -50thSt., Uoydminster, Phone 875-4444). SCHUMACHER The passing ot Mrs. Edith Cavell Schumacher, age 73 years of 2606 Paul Crescent, Saskatoon, occurred at a local hospital on Sunday, January 13th, 1991 aftera lengthy, patient and heroic battle with cancer. The Funeral Mass will be held on Fnday, January 18th, at 1 30 p m. celebrated by Rev. Father M Koch and Rev. Father G. Dewan from St Philip Neri Roman Catholic Church, 1902 Munroe Avenue. Prayers will be held Thursday evening, January 17th at 7 00 p.m. from St. Philip Nen Roman Catholic Church. Surviving are her husband, Lloyd, two daughters, Donna (Doug) Thomson ot Saskatoon and Phyllis (Hal) Williams of Edmonton, Alta ; one son, Joe (Elaine) of Delisle, Sask.; seven grandchildren, Danny and Debbie Thomson, Lance and Chantel Williams, and Jordan, Nicole and Bailey Schumacher, two sisters, Florence Mather ol Moose Jaw, Sask., and Dorothy Williamson of Saskatoon and numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents, Mr. Peter and Mrs. Lavina (Irwin) Bums; and by two sisters, Evelyn Platzer and Hazel Bums. The late Mrs. Schumacher was bom at Laura, Sask., on November 16th, 1917. Edith spent her early life In the Laura and Delisle areas where she received her education afterwhichshe moved to Saskatoon to work She became very active in ladies sottball at that time and played on City team9. After her mamage to Uoyd In 1945, they farmed lor many years at Delisle where she was very active in community school and church affairs. As a member of St. Ann's Parish at Delisle, she became active in the C W L. and continued this service at Our Lady ol Lourdes and St Philips panshes after moving back to Saskatoon. Her mam interests were with her family and grandchildren and volun-teenng time and help to those in need Memonal donations made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 438 - 2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, Sask , S7K 2C3 or to the Palliative Care Unit, do St Paul's Hospital, 1702 - 20th Street West, Saskatoon, Sask , S7M 0Z9, in lieu ot (towers, would be appreciated by the family. The Honorary Pallbearers will be Tillie Willie, Wilma Ritz, Bernice Ritz, Phyllis McKay, Kay Bonoska, Margaret Keaman and Jean Saunders The Active Pallbearers will be Cameron Mather, Ken Mather, Jack Yaeck, Ken Schumacher, Casey Schumacher and Lloyd Ritz Interment will lake place at Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery, Saskatoon Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNEFIAL CHAp-FL. i Drywollmq Eavestroughs Electr toons f rieiqy Conservation Equipment Rentals Excavating Fences Fireplaces A Accessories Flooring Furnaces Glass Hardwood Floors Heating Home Improvements Insulation Interior Decorating Investigation Security Janitorial Services Landscaping Lawyers Maid Service Management Consultants Maintenance A Cleaning Market Research Movtnq A Storage Pocking Painting Patents Trademarks Patios A Decks PavingDnvewoys Plumbing Pools A Service Professional Directory Roofing Sand A Gravel Sewer A Drain Cleaning Small Engine Repair Snow Removol Steps A Railings Stucco Trades A Professions Trenching Upholstery Upholstery Cleaning Wallpapering Window Cleaning Snowmobiles A Accessories 51 1 Sporting Good 504 Tents A Tarpaulins 508 TRADES AND PROFESSIONS 696 692 523 525 . 625 57 539 588 623 567 639 595 661 585 589 551 552 617 563 6?0 619 543 629 633 Accountants Accountants (Chartered) Architect Draftsperson Artists A Designers AsphaltPovmg Awnmqs Basements Bathrooms Brick Driveways Bnck layers Cabinets Furniture Carpets Ceiling Cleaning Central Voc Ceramic Tile Chimneys Chimney Sweeps Concrete Concrete Brick Concrete Cutting Concrete Dnvewoys Contractors Corpenters Decks A Patio DemolihonRemoval CEBRY The death ot Daniel Julian Cebry, age 56 years, of Saskatoon occurred after a courageous battle with cancer on Monday, January 14th, 1991. The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated on Friday, January 1 8th at 1 0 00 a m. from St. Paul s Roman Catholic Cathedral conducted by The Very Rev. Fr. D. Phaneuf The Prayer Vigil will be held on Thursday, January 1 7th at 7.00 p m. from the Cathedral Memonal donations to the Canadian Cancer Society, Unit 1036 College Dnve, Saskatoon, Sask. S7N OW1 will be appreciated in lieu of (lowers. Surviving are his wife, Agnes; his daughter, Brenda of Carmen, Man ; his son, Mark of Saskatoon; his mother, Josephine of Saskatoon; his sister, Elaine (Lawrence) Sukut of Kamloops, B.C.; uncles; aunts and nephews. He was predeceased by his father Nick in 1978. Dan was bom on January 7th, 1935 in Saskatoon where he received his elementary education at St. Mary's. He received his high school education in Rosthem. Dan was employed with Sask Enemy for thirty five years. He was active in the Energy and Chemical Union for many years Dan enjoyed all sports and was active as a player with the Saskatoon Oldtimers Hockey. Dan enjoyed travelling and seeing other people and countnes especially Mexico. Dan was a kind and thoughtful person. He was a good husband, father and son and will be sadly missed by his family and many friends. Interment will follow in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Funeral service arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. w A. A $ yi JASIEHUIK The death ot Mrs. Ann Jasnuikage91 years ol Saskatoon occurred in a Saskatoon hospital on Wednesday, January 9th, 1 99 1 . The Funeral Mass will be held on Fnday, January 1 8th at 1 1.00 a m. from Our Lady of Czestochowa Catholic Church, Ave Y and 20th St celebrated by Rev Father S.Bijak and Rev Father S. Urbanoski. Prayers will be said at Our Lady of Czestochowa Church, Thursday, January 17th, 1991 at 7.30 p.m. Surviving are four daughters, Jean Hud of Mississauga, Ont. Nellie (Walter) Buzik ot Saskatoon, Louise McLean ot Saskatoon and Helen (Lindsay) Popoff of Saskatoon; three sons, Joseph (Mary) of Vancouver, Michael (Lucille) ot Halford and Paul (Elsie) ot Hatford; 24 grandchildren and 20 great grandchildren; four nieces and tour nephews She was predeceased by her husband, Kazmir in 1 985 and by two daughters in infancy, Stella and Mary; a grandson, Bud Hud; and two sisters, Mary Matwishyn and Anastasia Hawryluk. The late Mrs. Jasienuik was bom in Ukraine July 1st, 1899 and came to Canada at the age ol six with her parents, Steven and Knstina Kashuba and her two sisters settling in the Orolow, Sask. distnct In 1905. She mamed her husband, Kazmir on May 26th, 1917 and they (armed in the Albertown distnct until retmng to Saskatoon in 1970. Mrs. Jasienuik was a member ot Holy Ghost Catholic Church at Albedown and of Our Lady ot Czestowchowa Church since moving to Saskatoon Mom enjoyed gardening, flowers and her favorite slrawbemes. She will be sadly missed by her family, relatives and fnends. The Pallbearers will be Vince Buzik, Merv Jasienuik, Leonard Jasienuik, Chns Buzik, Bnan Jasienuik, Randy McLean. The Crossbearer will be Raymond McLean. Memonal donations to St. Pauls Hospital Foundation, 1 702 - 20th St. West would be appreciated bv the family. Interment will take place In the Catholic Section of Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL (653-3434). MARTIN The death ol Susan Kathenne Martin of Englefeld, SK occurred on January 13th, 1991 al the St. Elizabeth's Hospilal in Humboldt, SK at the age of 78 years Prayers will be said on Wednesday January 1 6th, 1 991 at 6.30 p m. from the Holy Guardian Angel s Church in Engelfeld, SK. The Funeral Mass will be offered on Thursday, January 17th, 1991 at 2 00 pm. from the Holy Guardian Angel's Church in Englefeld, SK with Rev Fr. Flonan Renneberg O S B. and Rev. Fr. Rudolph Novecosky O S B. as Concelebrants. Interment will follow in tho Holy Guardian Angel's Cemetery in Engleleld, SK Susan is lovingly remembered by her children, Ruth (Tom) Vidak ot St. Gregor, SK and Leona (Dave) Zimmerman of St Gregor, SK, by her step children, Marlene (Lee) Lefebvreof Humboldt, SK, Denise Martmof Saskatoon, SK and Keith (Hildegard) Martin of Calgary, AB, by 1 3 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; by her four sisters, Agnes Nordick ot Engleleld, SK, Rufina Winand ot Estertiazy, SK, Cecilia Phillips ot Watson SK and Angelina (Tom) Reiter of Regina, SK, by her tour brothers, August (Barbara) Nordick ol Engleleld, SK, Leo (Mary) Nordick of Engleleld, SK, Edward J. Nordick ol Engleleld, SK and Albert (Kelly) Nordick ol Humboldt, SK Susan was predeceased by her first husband Leo Schoenhoten on Apnl 4lh, 1966, by her second husband Oswald Martin on August 7th, 1983, bytwoctiikfreninlnfancy.byhef parents J John and Susanna Nordick, by her two sisters Mary and Hildegarde Nordick, by her brother Wilfred and her three brothers-in-law, Henry Nordick, Henry Winand and John Phillips. Honorary pallbearers will be Marie Letebvre, Martha Dale. Lukarda (Kardie) Nordick, Stella Schulte, Helen Breker, Anna Athmer, Mary Zimmerman and Brand l Shulte Active pallbearers will be Ken Vidak, Greq McLean, Norman Vidak, Ed Folk, Terry Zimmerman and Allen Letebvre. An honour guard will be formed by the Catholic Women'sleague Memonal donations made to the Canadian Cancer Society would be greatly appreciated by I the lamily Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to SCHARF'S FUNERAL HOME, J Humboldt, SK. 599 555 59 575 678 531 62 7 651 591 581 647 593 583 635 571 527 715 667 6)1 699 659 703 668 707 609 665 603 711 629 625 587 61 688 547 615 669 582 675 631 559 519 535 653 655 607 663 Window Doors 643 Wood finish 64 1 FARMINDUSTRIAL Chain Sow 769 Crone G-rntol 796 Custom Harvesting 733 Form Equipment 729 feed A Wed 74 1 Fishfarming 739 Heavy Equipment Rental 795 Horse Trailers 745 Industrial Machinery A Repairs 793 livestock A Accessories 73 7 Removol Service 801 Rental Service 797 Sandblasting 761 Septic Tanks 765 Sharpening Service 805 Small loots 789 Stables 749 Storage A Moving 609 Welders 755 Well Drilling 757 ACCOMMODATION Accommodation Services 806 Apartments Hotels Rent 870 Board Room for Rent 866 Board Room Wanted 868 Condominiums to Rent 874 Houses Furnished 834 Houses, Rural Rent 842 Houses, (Port Furnished) 836 Houses Unfurnished 838 Rentol Houses Wonted 646 Rooms Furnished 850 Rooms (Port furnished) 858 Rooms Unfurnished 854 Rooms Wanted 862 Shared Accommodation 622 Suites Furnished 810 Suites (Part Furnished) 818 Suites Rural 626 Suites Unfurnished 814 CHOVIN The death ot James (Jim) Wilson Chovm, Sr., age 97 years, of St. Ann s Nursing Home, Saskatoon, Sask. occurred Sunday, January 13th, 1991. The Funeral Service will be hew at Vanscoy United Church, Vanscoy, Sask. on Thursday, January 17th, 1991 2 00 p m., conducted by Rev. Blair Whyte He leaves to mourn two daughters, Wilda (Wallace) McMillan ol Asquith, Sask and Betty (Al) Ambedian ot Fort Smith, N W.T.; three sons, Jim (Marguerite) Chovin ot Vanscoy, Sask. John (Rose) Chovin of Calgary, Alta., and Doug (Merle) Chovin of Saskatoon, 1 1 grand children, 12 great grandchildren; his sister Alma (Orville) Boyle of Saskatoon; a sister-in-law, Phyllis Chovin of Saskatoon; and many nieces and nephews. Jim was predeceased by his mother in 1936: his father in 1947; two brothers, Meml in 1918 and Mac in 1962, two infant children early in his mamage; his wife, Annie in 1973, a grandson, Dale McMillan 1983; and a nephew, Cecil Chovin in 1987. The late Mr. Chovin was bom in St. Charles, Illinois, July 12th, 1893. With his parents and two brothers, he moved to Saskatchewan 1901 . He attended Nutana Collegiate on the first day It opened. On January 9th, 1919 he mamed Annie Fraser ot Tatamagouche, Nova Scotia He farmed in the Shelby distnct until 1 935. Dunng the early 30s he also worked for the John Caere Company as a collector, salesman and repairman. Due to an asthmatic condition and poor crops, he gave up (arming and began to operate this Chovin s General Store in Vanscoy. This venture began in 1 935 and continued successfully for 34 years. He served on the Vanscoy town council for 18 years, six ot which he acted as Overseer. He also served on the local school board. Jim took much pleasure in belonging to the Pioneer Threshermen and was a life member. For many years, he attended Pion-Era, operating his own personally restored Hart Parr tractor. Later, he acted as host in the log cabin near the Western Development Museum. He was an original member ot the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. Throughout his life, he delighted his fnends and family with self-made limericks and stones, always tinged with a keen sense ot humour. When health and time permitted, he was an ardent gardener and arrowhead cot lector. He loved people from all walks of life, especially children and young people. "Jim' was well known by many and will be deeply missed. In lieu ot flowers, donations to the Vanscoy United Church would be appreciated by the family. Interment will be at Wiki Rose Cemetery near Vanscoy. McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPEL is in charge ot funeral arrangements. UHL On Saturday. January 12th, Anne Uhl ot Strasbourg passed away suddenly at the age ot 66. Predeceased by her father, John Ebbnal, one sister and two brothers, she leaves to mourn her loss, her loving husband Frank, her children Jim (Maryann), Jeanne (Fred) Tnffo, Allan (Carol), Lanry (Sharon), Don (Trudy), Jo-Anne (Roy) Galloway, Jackie (Wayne) Nagy, and Diane (Gerry) Oehler; 17 grandchildren; her mother, Regina Ebeni; 8 brothers, 4 sisters; numerous nieces and nephews. Funeral Services will be held January 16th, 1 991 at 2.00 p m. at St. John Lutheran Church, Strasbourg. Evening pravers will be held Tuesday, January 1 5th at 8 00 p m at St. John In lieu of flowers, fnends so wishing may make donations, in memonam, to the chanty ot their choice. KILDUFF Dr. Chnstopher J. Kilduff passed away peacefully at the Royal University Hospital on Saturday, January 1 2th, 1 991 at the age of 67 years He is survived by his wife, Pauline; two daughters, Jo and Cathenne; six sons, Paul, Kieron, John, Patrick, Bnan and Gerry; and seven grandchildren. Dr. Kilduff graduated from medical school in Dublin, Ireland and came to Saskatoon in 1 955 to join the Department ot Anaesthesia at University Hospital. From 1977 to 1984, he served as Head ot the Department pnor to which he spent a penod of twelve years in a similar position with Saskatoon City Hospital, where he also served as Chief of Staff from 1965 to 1977. He was a member ot the Council of the College ot Physicians and Surgeons for a total of twenty years and also served as Chairman of the Hospitals Credentials Committee from 1968 to 1981. Throughout his career in medicine, Dr. Kilduff took considerable pleasure in working with many people from both the medical and nonmedical community. The Funeral Liturgy will be held on Thursday, January 17th at 11 00 a m from Holy Spmt Roman Catholic Church, 1 14 Kingsmere Place, conducted by Rev Fr. Joseph Dormans. The Prayer Vigil will be held on Wednesday, January 16th at 7.30 pm. from the Church conducted by Rev Fr.Jotaph Dormans. In lieu ot (lowers, it is the family s wish that memonal donations be made to the Maqnetic Resonance Imager Fund, do Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon, SK. S7N 0X0. Interment will lake place in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery Funeral Service arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. 'Got any roller skates with airbags? i The Star-Phoenix will be responsible for only the first incorrect insertion. Please check your advertisement. HARTMAN Mrs Virginia Hartman, age 79, beloved wile of Mr. John Hartman of Rock-haven, Saskatchewan passed away at the Royal University Hospnal, Saskatoon on Sunday, January 1 3, 1 991 . Funeral Service will be held from the Cut Knite United Church, Cut Knife, SK on Thursday afternoon, January 17th at 2 00 with Rev Faye Ford officiating. Interment will follow in the Rockhaven Cemetery Memonal donations may be made to the Cut Knife Special Care Home. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Unity Funeral Chapel For local inquines, please call ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600). STUBSON Emery Stubson ot Hanley, Sask , age 71 years, passed away suddenly on Sunday, January 13th, 1991. Emery is survived by his loving family, brother, Elerd (Lily) of Hanley, Sask.; cousins, Neuman (Marieen) Stubson and Clayton (Audrey) Stubson, both ot Lucky Lake; also other family members. The Funeral Service will be held on Fnday, January 18th, 1991 at 200 p m from the Hanley Lutheran Church, Hanley, Sask. with Pastor Rolf N osteoid officiating. Interment in family plot, Spnng Creek Cemetery, Spnng Creek, Sask. For fnends so wishing donations to the Spnng Creek Lutheran Church Restoration Fund; Elbow Lutheran Bible Camp; Hanley or Bethlehem Lutheran Church Memonal Fund would be gratefully appreciated by the family. HANSON FUNERAL HOME, Davidson in charge of arrangements. FUNERALS ZAKOWSKY The Funeral Service for Mr. George Zakowsky who died on January 1 1 th, 1991 was held from Holy Resurrection Orthodox Church on Tuesday, Januray 15th, 1991 at 1 1 .00 am. conducted by Very Rev. Fr. Orest Olekshy and Rev Deacon Phillip Enks-son Pallbearers were Pete Chometsky, Stanley Bulgis, Bill Sholter, Alex Zaiachkowski, Albert Zaiachkowski, and Rick Shotter. Interment was made in the Orthodox Section ol Woodlawn Cemetery Arrangements were in care of WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL. FUNERAL DIRECTORS ACADIA DRIVE FUNERALCHAPEL 955-1600 - 915 Acadia Drive JOHN SCHACHTEL LARRY JOHNSON McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT MCKAGUE - DONALD NEWBIGGING Phone 664-3131, 300 3rd Ave 5 PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL GREG M. LALACH 4 DAVfD J. SCHURR 311 3RD AVE NO 24-71 03 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards. Lars Nissen Ph 34557 338 4ttl Ave North WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J Murdock 653-3434, 20th St & Ave N CREMATORIUMS 11 Hillcrest Memorial Gardens And Crematorium Memorial & Cremation Service - 477 2236 PRAIRIE VIEW CREMATORIUM Memorial and Cremation Services. Highway 11 South 242 884 Box 2081 FLORISTS 12 ROSfc BOWL FLOWERS, 322 - 2(th St W. Flowers for all occasions, quality A personal service. 244-1122. LEGACIES MEMORIAL 19 ALZHfcIMfcR ASSOC OF SASKATCHEWAN INC. Gratefully accepts memorial donations and legacies for education and research. Tax deductible. 0 Box 1876, Regina, Sask S4P 3E2 ARSCOTT A ASSOCIATES ... Life insurance, annuity brokers and charity-donation consultants 665-8111. Bequests and In Memorium donations to THE CANADIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND are fax deductible & provide vital services to visually Impaired children and adults in Saskatchewan CNIB, 1705 McKercher Dr., S'toon, S7H 5N6, 374-4545. IN MEMORIA MS 23 SHEWCHUK in loving memory of dear mother and grandmother, Rose, who passed away January 16th, 1986. We will always remember the way you looked. The way you walked and smiled. The many things you did for us. Are with us all the while. You never failed to do your best, Your heart was true and tender. You lived your life for those you loved, And those you loved remembered. Sadly missed and lovingly remembered bv your family, Joan and Ernie, Sandra, Karen, Kevin and Janice. CARD OF THANKS 27 BELYK - The family of the late Minnie Belyk wish to express our appreciation and our sincere thanks to relatives, friends and neighbors for their presence at the prayers and funeral. The cards, flowers, food, phone calls, and memorial donations Special thanks Rev Fr Krochuk for the comforting words at the prayers and the beautiful service. The pallbearers and Park Funeral Home for their help and understanding E ech and everyone of you who helped us endure our sad loss. John Belyk and his family ixkiOS niiMikiai4ifi iAmAiei

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