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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Thursday, September 9, 1993
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The Star Phoenix Thursday, September 9, 1993 PHONE: 653-2100 if Saskatchewan Residents Toll Free 1-800-667-6979 Direct dial Switchboard Editorial Circulation Classified Display Subscription Rates: Home delivery In Saskatoon and NDM area $10.25 per month for dally eervlce, $2.00 per week (or Friday and Saturday only service. Mall rates In Canada $32.10 per month, U.S.A. and Foreign $50.00 per month. Rural Inquiries may phone 1-800-667-2008. 204 6th Ave. N. Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2P1. DEATHS 1000 GARDINER John George Gardiner, of Duck lake, SK, S0K 1J0, passed away Sep-; tember 3, 1993 at the age of 78 years. Born August 15, 1915. The late Mr. Gardiner is sur vived by his loving wife, Victorine; one son and two daughters, Sydney (Sandra) Gardiner, Marlyn (Armand) Aden, Moreen Hamkenne. .. eight grandchildren, Rick (Sandra) Opheim, Daniel (Sally) Hamkenne, John (Cheryl) Ham kenne, Monica (Glenn) Sauve, lisa (Tony) Hansen, Nicole Gardiner, Jonathan Gardiner. Dustin Gardiner; two greatgrandchildren, - Clinton and Kendall Hamkenne, half sister, Al ice Petit; adopted family, the Albert Perret fam . ily. He was predeceased by parent, Mary Jane ' Paul; and two half-sisters, Marion Balcaen and Rosaline Victoria Barrette. Prayer Vigil was at 8.30 p.m. Sunday, September 5, 1993 and Funeral Mass at 10.30 a.m. Monday, Septem ber 6, 1993 at Our Lady of Lourdes Shrine at St. Laurent de Grandm, SK. Celebrant was Rev. Fr. Gilles Doucette. Pallbearers were Ernest Fleury, Joe Sauve, Eugene Mauvieux, Leon Ferguson, Claude Petit, Norris Petit. Officers and Members of the Royal Canadian Legion gave the Veterans' Honours. Interment was at the Duck Lake R.C. Cemetery. Mr. Gar diner died of Parkinson Disease. ' ZARRY The passing of Mrs. Mary Zarry, age 82 yea's of Rosthern, SK, occurred at Rosthern on Tuesday, September 7th, 1993 : The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, September 11th, 1993 at 10 00 a m. con ducted by Rev. Peter Wasylenko from St. Mary the Protectress Ukrainian Orthodox Church at St. Julien, SK. Prayers will be said Friday eve mng, September 10th at 7:30 p.m. from St Mary The Protectress Ukrainian Orthodox Church, St. Julien. Surviving are three daugh ters. Elsie Hrycan of Kamloops, BC, Sylvia (Or ville) Harasymchuk of Aberdeen, SK, and Diane (Ron) Rudolph of Saskatoon; one son, Andy (Irene) of Saskatoon; ten grandchildren, Lenard (Sharon) Hrycan, Lome (Brenda) Hry " can, Karen (Jim) Jacobs, Randy (Shirley-Ann) lary, Laura Zary, Lyle (fiance Melinda) Hara symehuk, Darrel and Sharleen Harasymchuk, Crystal Schell, Terry (fiance Leanne) Schell, five great grandchildren, Ryan, Graham, Shea, Erin and Ashley; nine brothers, William Zaich kowski of Wakaw, SK, Alex (Anne), John (Vale rie), Fred (Muriel) Zaichkowski of Toronto, ON, George (Frances) Zaichkowski of Tucson, Ari zona, USA, Jim (Marie) Zack of Kamloops, BC, Mike Zaichkowski of Leduc, AB, Nick Zaich kowski of Saskatoon, and Peter (Clarie) Zaich kowski of Port Coquitlam, BC; three sisters, . . Anne (Anton) Pidhaychuk of Wakaw. SK, Pearl (Bob)CassidyofWinmpeg, MB, and Min(Stan) Corrms of Calgary, AB. She was predeceased by her husband, William in 1985; her parents, Nickolas and Hafia Zaichkowski; and by one sister, Mildred. The late Mary Zarry was born at Fish Creek, SK on August 24th, 1911. She married William Zarry on June 26th, 1932 She farmed with her husband at Fish Creek until 1977 when they retired to Rosthern. She resided there until her passing. She was a - member of the St. Julien Ukrainian Orthodox Church and a member of the Ladies Auxiliary at St. Julien. Mrs. Zarry was very proud of her family and was happiest when they were around her. She will be sadly missed by her family and friends. The Cross Bearers will be Alex Pidhaychuk. The Pallbearers will be: Lyle Harasymchuk, Darrel Harasymchuk, Terry Schell, Mike Zaichkowski, Ron Zarry, and Ron Rudolph. Interment will take place at St. Julien Ukrainian Orthodox Cemetery. Arrangements are in care Of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. ; SASKATOON: Variable cloudiness. A 30 per ; cent chance of a shower. Winds northwest at 30 kmh gusting to 50. ; High 16. Low 4. Friday, sunny. ; High 18. SYNOPSIS: Northwest winds will bring a cooling trend to all of the agricultural areas today. Another blustery day as winds gust to near 50 kmh. A few showers will continue - in central and northern regions but little or no shower activity is expected in the southwestern areas of the province. By Friday, a high pressure area will move into Saskatchewan bringing mainly sunny skies. FORECASTS: Regina: Variable cloudiness. A 30 per cent chance of an afternoon shower. Winds northwest at 30 kmh gusting to 50. High 18. Low 4. Friday, sunny. High 19. Last Mountain, Wascana, Moose Mountain, Weyburn: Variable cloudiness. A 30 per cent ' chance of an afternoon shower. Winds northwest at 30 kmh gusting to 50. Highs 18. Moderate drying. Lows 4. Friday, sunny. Highs 19. Dundurn, Rosthern, Battle-fords, Quill Lakes: Variable - cloud. A 30 per cent chance of a . shower. Winds northwest at 30 kmh gusting to 50. Highs 16. Mod DEATHS 1000 HONCHARUK Fred Honcharuk, age 57 years, passed away suddenly on the farm at Perdue, SK, on Monday, September 6, 1993. Funeral services will be held on Friday, September 10, 1993, at 2.00 p m. from the Arelee Mennomte Brethren Church, Arelee, SK, conducted by Rev. Garth Fischer. Interment to follow in the Arelee Mennomte Brethren Cemetery. Surviving are: his beloved wife Dorothy and one precious daughter Cheryl Ann Honcharuk; brother Joe (Ramona); sister Pauline Harkma of Windsor, ON. He was predeceased by an Infant brother in the Ukraine; his father Alexander in 1984; and his mother Anne in 1990. Pallbearers will be Mervm Anderson, Ed Tederoff, Elmer Kaluzy, Gordon Heichman, Harvey Heichman, and Bob Kowalenko. Ushers will be Homer Anderson and Ed Martichenko. Memorial donations In Freds memory may be made to Mission to Ukraine, co Fairmont Baptist Church, 333 Fairmont Drive, Saskatoon, SK., S7M 5N5 or to an educational trust fund for his daughter Cheryl. Arrangements are in care of Biggar Funeral Home. PALCHINSKI The passing of Mr. Alex (Aloysius) Palchinskl, age 81 years of Saskatoon, occurred in the Palliative Care Unit at St. Paul's Hospital on Monday, September 6, 1993 The Funeral Liturgy will be held on Friday, September 10th at 11.00 a.m. celebrated by Rev. Father Al Rekowski, C.SS R. from St. Mary's Roman Catholic Church, 211 Avenue 0 South. The Vigil of Prayer will be held Thursday evening, September 9th at 7:30 p.m. from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 3rd Avenue North. Courtesy parking is available directly south of the Chapel. Surviving are his wife, Sophie; one daughter, Marjorie (Terry) Rak of Saskatoon; one son, John (Myrlene) of Toronto, ON; three grandchildren, Taguen, Landon and Temlle Rak; two sisters, Angela Hrycak and Helen Buhl of Saskatoon; one sis-ter-m-law, Rosie Palchinskl of Saskatoon and many nieces and nephews and friends. Alex was predeceased by his parents, Mr. Anton and Mrs. Anna Palchinskl; his step-mother, Appoloma Palchinskl; brothers, Joseph, John, Ben, Michael, Carl and Peter, and by two sisters, Verna Zayachkowski and Mary Repchin-ski. Alex was born on a farm near Alvena, Saskatchewan July 18, 1912. At the age of four years his mother Anna Palchinskl passed away. He married Sophie Roslmski in October of 1935 and together they farmed in the community of Alvena until they moved to Saskatoon in 1949. Alex continued gram farming until 1957. He then worked as a carpenter for Patrick Construction Co. in Saskatoon. He also worked for SaskTel and was employed by the Saskatoon East School Unit as a school bus driver. Alex took great pride In his carpentry and building skills. He loved and enjoyed his family very much. He was especially fond of his grandchildren and was a regular supporter of their pursuits in music, hockey, rlngette and softball. Throughout the years, Alex was an ardent fan of his grandchildren playing on the various Raider Hockey teams. He became affectionately known as "Grandpa Raider". We miss him dearly. Cremation will follow the Funeral Liturgy. The Honorary Pallbears will be Edward Palchinskl, Wilfred Palchinskl, Clarence Palchinskl and Melvin Osolinsky. The Active Pallbearers will be Taguen Rak, Landon Rak, Mike Palchinskl, Sherman Buhl, Mervin Buhl and Romeo Paulhus. Interment will take place at Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery, Friday, September 10th at 4:30 p m. Friends wishing to attend the Committal Service may meet on Memorial Avenue at 4:30 p.m. to proceed to the gravesite. Arrangements are In care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. erate drying. Lows 4. Friday, sunny. Highs 18. Moose Jaw, Assinibola, Kind-ersley, Swift Current, Cypress Hills: Variable cloud. Winds northwest at 30 kmh gusting to 50, decreasing in the afternoon. Highs 20. Strong drying. Lows 6. Friday, sunny. Highs 20. Yorkton, Hudson Bay, Prince Albert, Meadow Lake: Mainly cloudy. A 30 per cent chance of showers. Winds northwest at 30 kmh gusting to 50. Highs 14. Moderate drying. Lows 3. Friday, mostly sunny. Highs 16. EXTENDED: Extended forecasts for Saturday and Sunday: Southern Grainbelt: Saturday, sunny. Lows 5. Highs 21. Sunday, mostly sunny. Windy. Lows 6. Highs 20. Probability of precipitation, 30 per cent. Parbland-Churchill River: Saturday, mostly sunny. Lows 4. Highs 18. Probability of precipitation, 30 per cent. Sunday, mostly cloudy. Lows 6. Highs 18. Probability of showers, 50 per cent. Northern Saskatchewan: Saturday, mostly cloudy. Lows 4. Highs 13. Probability of showers, 40 per cent. Sunday, mostly cloudy with showers. Lows 5. Highs 12. Probability of precipitation, 60 per cent. BORDERS: Alberta: Sunny and windy across central and southern 'x t CHUBAK Josephine, beloved wife of William, of 645 University Drive, Saskatoon, passed away peacefully after a courageous battle with cancer. She passed away on Monday, September 6, 1993 at the age of 75 years at Royal University Hospital. The Divine Liturgy will be held on Friday, September 10 at 11:30 a m. celebrated by Rev. Father John Kratko from St. Georges Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral, 214 Avenue M South. Prayers will be held Thursday evening, September 9 at 7:30 p.m. from St. George's Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral. Surviving are her husband, William; her four sons, Peter (Laverne) of Victoria, BC, Abe (Ollie) of Aberdeen, SK, Ben of Saskatoon and Joe (Emmarie) of Preeceville, SK; her grandchildren, Duane of Victoria, BC, Lorraine of Vancouver, BC, Terry of Calgary, AB, and Christine (Chubak) Danny Ogrodmck of Saskatoon; four sisters, Tonya Huchkowsky of Rosthern, SK, Annie Sobolik of Calgary, AB, Terri (Bob) Adams of Vancouver, BC and Helen (Victor) Slywka of Vonda, SK; four brothers, John (Josephine) Bodnar of Saskatoon, Ben (Ann) Bodnar of Toronto, ON, Karpo (Eugenia) Bodnar of Tisdale, SK and Paul Bodnar of Toronto, ON; and numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents, Joseph and Katherine Bodnar; her sister and broth-ers-m-law, Theresa (Joe) Hrapchuk, Francis (Joe) Boyenko; one brother, Mike Bodnar; one sister, Mary In infancy; twin brothers in infancy; one grandchild, David Chubak of Preeceville, SK. The late Mrs. Chubak was an active member of St. George's Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral in Saskatoon and an active member of the U.C.W.L. Mrs. Chubak was born June 23, 1918 and raised In the Vonda district. She married Bill Chubak In 1937 and they farmed there until 1953 when they moved to Saskatoon and had resided there since. She will be remembered for all the love she gave her grandchildren, and her heart was always there for her family and friends when ever they needed a hand. Josle loved to cook for family, friends and especially her grandchildren. Mom will be remembered for her generous hospitality. Baba will be greatly missed and mom, we will miss you very much. May God Bless You, and we all love you. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, 438-2nd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2C3. The Cross Bearers will be her granddaughters, Lorraine Chubak and Christine (Chubak) Ogrod-mck. The Honorary Pallbearers will be her granddaughters, Lorraine Chubak and Christine (Chubak) Ogrodmck, and "All Those Who Shared in Josephine's Life". The Active Pallbearers will be her sons, Peter, Abraham, Benjamin and Joseph and grandsons, Duane and Terrance. Interment will take place at Wood-lawn Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are In care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. ANDREWS Marshall. The death of Marshall Andrews, age 98 years of Cosmopolitan Villa, occurred on September 6, 1993. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, September 10 at 1:00 p m. from Mayfair United Church, 410A 33rd Street West conducted by Rev. Jack Carr. Marshall is survived by his wife, Hilda; five daughters, Shirley (Ron) Whiteside, Dorothy Vermeulen, Jean (Don) Pearson, Marlene (Lyle) Osterhout and Joan (Bill) Sweet; 13 grandchildren and 13 greatgrandchildren: nine nieces; a sister-in-law, Molly Inglls. He was predeceased by his wife, Lillian in 1970; a son-in-law, Bud Vermeulen in 1990; his parents; two brothers; and four sisters. Marshall was born May 12, 1895 in the Electoral County of Mitchell, NWT (Saskatoon). He received his education in Saskatoon. Marshall married Lillian Mae Ballard October 9, 1930 and together farmed In the Hawoods district until retiring In October of 1965. They then moved to Asquith and following Lillian's death he moved to Saskatoon where he has made his home. Marshall was very active in the communities where he lived, being founding member of the Dairy Pool and Co-op in Asquith. He will be remembered for his love of a good game of crib and his love of dancing. After moving to Saskatoon Marshall participated in various bowling leagues and curling with the seniors at The Hub. He was a member of the Asquith Elks Lodge and a member of Mayfair United Church. Marshall married Hilda Crofford In 1972. Memorial donations may be made to Mission and Service Fund of the United Church of Canada co May-fair United Church, 410A 33rd Street West and would be appreciated In lieu of flowers. Interment will take place in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. Alberta. Highs 24. Cloudier and windier in the north. Brief showers. Highs 19 to 21. Manitoba: In the south, a mixture of sun and cloud. Highs 21 to 25. In the north, variable cloud and isolated showers. Windy. Highs 15 to 18 except 10 along the Hudson Bay coast. North Dakota: Partly sunny in the west, mostly cloudy with a chance of showers in the east. Windy statewide. Highs 18 to 21. Tonight, partly to mostly clear. Lows 5. ACROSS CANADA: British Columbia: Coastal, sunny with some morning fog patches in the south. Highs, 22 on the coast to 30 inland. Cloud and sun in the north. Highs 18 to 24. In the interior, continuing mainly sunny and warm. Highs, 30 in the south to middle twenties in the north and in the Rockies. Ontario: In the south, increasing cloudiness with showers developing from the west late in the day. Highs 18 to 23. In the north, mainly cloudy with showers except showers ending in the afternoon in the far west. Highs 11 to 17. Quebec: In the south, clouding over in the west followed by scattered showers over northwestern regions. Elsewhere, mainly sunny, Highs 16 to 21. In the north, clouding over followed by scattered showers in the afternoon and windy in the west. Elsewhere, DEATHS 1000 CARRIER Theodora (Dora) of Cudworth, SK and formerly of Prince Albert, SK, passed away in St. Michael's Hospital, Cudworth, SK on September 7, 1993. Prayer Service will be held from Sacred Heart Cathedral, Prince Albert, SK on Thursday, September 9, 1993 at 8 00 p m. Funeral Mass will be celebrated by Rev. Fr. Jean Papen from Sacred Heart Cathedral, Prince Albert, SK on Friday, September 10, 1993 at 1.00 p.m. The late Mrs. Carrier was born to Remi and Josephine (Menard) Eth-ler in Domremy, SK on January 24, 1908. She grew up in Domremy and following her marriage to Gustave Carrier in 1925 moved to Albertville where they lived until 1947. At this time they moved to Prince Albert where she operated a boarding house for a number of years. She loved company and cooking. She greatly enjoyed her grandchildren for whom the cookie jar was always full. Following her husband s death, she continued to live in Prince Albert until November 1991. She was hospitalized in Cudworth for a length of time and then took up residence in the Cudworth Nursing Home on September 1. 1992. She was a member of the CWL for 40 years. Left to cherish her memory are one son, John (Inez), Saskatoon, SK; two daughters, Blanche (Joe) Habetler, Cudworth, SK, Rose Ann (Ed) Vansil, Prince Albert, SK; 15 grandchildren; and 26 great grandchildren; three brothers, Felix Eth-ler, Duck Lake, SK, Louis (Henriette) Ethier, Kelowna, BC, Walter (Helen) Ethier, Clear-brook, BC; two sisters, Clara Pritz, Kelowna, BC, Antoinette Powell, Prince George, BC; one daughter-in-law, Yvonne Carrier, Prince Albert, SK, several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband in 1989; two sons, Eugene in 1985 and Reml as a child: one daughter, Marie Ange in infancy; her parents; three brothers and six sisters. Readers will be Clement and Leona Dansereau. Pallbearers will be Rick Carrier, Randy Vansil, Clement Dansereau, Greg Habetler, Richard Vansil and Norman Carrier. Interment will take place in the South Hill Cemetery, Prince Albert, SK. KUSHNERYK'S FUNERAL HOME, Wakaw, SK is in care of arrangements. HEIMBECKER David Brian Heimbecker -December 24, 1962 to September 6, 1993. It is with much sadness that we announce the sudden passing of David Brian Heimbecker, Monday, September 6, 1993 at Panorama Resort, BC. Beloved son of Ray and Mary Heimbecker, David was born in Melfort, Saskatchewan on December 24, 1962 and lived his life close to his family in Victoria, La Ronge, Saskatoon and Shell Lake. In December 1991, David married Glenda and her two daughters, Tara and Stephanie whom he adored and loved dearly. David recently moved to Edgewater, BC with his family where he resided until his passing David was a loving and carefree spirit who was loved and envied by all who knew him. Uncle Dave held a special place In his heart for his nieces and nephews, Danny, Justin, Chris, Lori, Jen, Geoff, Garren, Melanie and April. David was predeceased by his sister, Janet and his nephew, Robin. He leaves to mourn, his loving wife, Glenda; daughters, Tara and Stephanie of Edgewater, BC; mother and father, Mary (Lucler) and Ray Heimbecker of Shell Lake, SK; sisters, Jean, Karen and Donna and his brother, Harvey and sister-in law, Bernadette, all of whom loved him more than he could ever know and all the friends he made during his short lifetime. "His love was a quiet love.. .strong yet gentle. ..forever in the heart." Funeral Services will be held 2 00 p m Friday, September 10, 1993 in Edgewater, BC. The family invites all those unable to attend the Funeral to a Memorial Service to be held at Shell Lake, SK, Friday, September 17, 1993 at 1:00 p m. The Accu-Weatherforecast for noon, Thursday, September 9 variable cloudiness with scattered showers. Highs 12 to 16. For the Record Wednesdays Temperatures Low 10 High 25 Todays Normals Low 6.0 High 19.1 Todays Records High 33.9 set in 1981 Low -3.9 set in 1918 A year ago today: Low 2.4 High 12.8 DEATHS 1000 BODNARCHUK The sudden death of Terry Joseph Bodnarchuk occurred on Tuesday, September 7, 1993 at the age of 66 years. Terry was born on March 9, 1927 and was raised on a farm at Alvena, SK. He attended Paltava Rural School and completed his high school In Vonda. He married Rose (Sy-mak) on October 9, 1949. They lived in Vancouver, BC for ten years and then in 1965 they moved with their family of five children to the farm in the Fish Creek district. In 1975, they moved to Saskatoon where Terry assisted his son, David with a Welding business and also commuted to the family farm where his eldest son, Ken farms. Terry was active in the community and a man of faith and he loved his Church. He was a man of great endeavor and challenged new careers. He loved the farming but was also a great builder and mechanic. Terry was a friend to all and offered a helping hand to many. He touched the lives of all who knew him. He was an inspiration to his wife and family. Terry will be lovingly remembered by his wife. Rose; his sons. Ken (Sylvia) of Fish Creek, Robert (Karen) of Saskatoon, David (Sherri) of Saskatoon; daughters, Judy (Dale) Redl of Winnipeg, MB and Kathy (Al) Snider of Saskatoon. He was especially important to his seven grandchildren, Christopher, Courtney, Lee and Mark, Darla, Mitchelle and Chuck, two brothers, Peter (Olive) of Tisdale, SK and Walter of Saskatoon; one sister, Elsie (Archie) Sackville of Calgary, AB; sister-in-law, Josephine Bodnarchuk of Saskatoon; and numerous nieces and nephews. Terry was predeceased by his father, Elko and mother, Caroline; sister, Anne; and brother-in-law, Nick Trischuk; and brother, Alex, In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatoon, 279 Third Avenue North. Saskatoon, S7K 9Z9. The Divine Liturgy will be held on Saturday, September 11 at 10:30 a m celebrated by Rev. Father John Pazak, C.SS.R. and Rev. Father Morris Dzurman, C.SS.R. from Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church, 10th Street and Munroe. Prayers will be held Friday evening, September 10 at 7.30 p.m. from Sts. Peter and Paul Ukrainian Catholic Church. The Cross Bearer will be Christopher Bodnarchuk. The Honorary Pallbearers will be Peter Bodnarchuk, Walter Bodnarchuk, Greg Symak, Bill Burymuk, Nick Symak and Matt Boyko. The Active Pallbearers will be Leslie Bodnarchuk, Barry Smith, Dennis Trischuk, Metro Hrabok, Alex Bodnarchuk and Art McCarty. Interment will take place at Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. God hath promised Strength for the day, Rest for the labor. Light for the way. Grace for the trials, Help from above. Unfailing sympathy Undying love.... HUSULAK Christine Husulak (nee Justina Bowkowy), passed away on September 7 at Royal University Hospital after a courageous battle with cancer. Christine was born to William and Olga Bowkowy on May 21, 1934 at Lamwci, SK. She attended St. Voladimir and Lilly South Elementary Schools and Aberdeen High School. After farming in the Wakaw and Aberdeen areas, she and her family moved to Saskatoon where she did domestic work until the time of her illness. Chris will always be remembered for her kindness and generosity and her total devotion to her family. Her grandchildren being her treasure. Left to mourn her passing are her husband, Nick; her children, Wayne (Leeann), Barry (Sandy), Joyce, and Jim (Val); her grandchildren, Kristy and Jody, Michele, Macy, Kelly and Lindsey, Stefame and Dwayne; her mother, Olga; her sisters, Jessie, Albina (Jake), Hope (Nielsen), Faye (Tony) and Debbie (Don); her brothers, Walter (Ada), Bob (Jerrie) and Ray (Carol) and numerous relatives and friends. She was predeceased by her father. William in 1963 and by a son-in-law, Jim St. Onge. The Funeral Liturgy will be held on Saturday, September 11 at 11 00 a m. from St. John Bosco Catholic Church, 1202 Ave. 0 South celebrated by Rev. Father Murray Chatlam, The Vigil of Prayer will be held at St. John Bosco Church, Friday evening at 7.00 p.m. The Pallbearers will be Terry Pawluik, Lawrence Kinar, Terry Silverson, Warren Chykowski, Ernest Huculak, Craig Tonder. Interment will take place in the Catholic Section of Woodlawn Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL (653-3434). "C7- Moon New, Sep. 16 First, Sep. 22 Full, Sep. 30 Last, Today Sun Rose today 6:32 Sets 7:36 Agricultural Report Sapplied by Saskatchewan Reneardi Council Precipitation (mm) total for the Saskatoon region for 24-hour period ending 9 a.m. Wednesday: 0.0 This month: 7.2 This year: 237.0 Above norm for month: 0.45 Below norm for year: 44.55 Wednesday wind measurement at DEATHS 1000 LEE Marjorie Irene Lee. Funeral Service was held August 27 for Marjorie Irene Lee, Cedar Springs (formerly of Saskatoon) who died August 24, 1993 at Public General Hospital, Chatham. She was born in Varney, ON, daughter of the late William McCalmon and Martha Fee and moved as a young child with her par ents to Saskatchewan. She lived in Lumsden until she went to college and then taught school in several communities before marrying Birden Lee and moving to Viscount where Birden was employed by the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool. They also lived in Estevan, Shaunavon, Biggar before retiring to Saskatoon. She and Birden moved 10 years ago to Cedar Springs, ON. NOP 1E0. She was an elementary and kindergarten teacher, taught piano and was a member and leader of many church and community organizations including the Order of Eastern Star and the IODE. Surviving are her husband. Birden Karl Lee; daugh ters, Betsy Maureen Lee of Toronto, Diane and son-in-law, John McGuigan of Cedar Springs; grandmother of Scott and Lee McGuigan. Also survived by brothers-in law, Walter Turner of Lloydminster, Arthur Bailey of Calgary; several nieces and nephews. Predeceased by sisters, Merle Hill, Dell Turner, Elsie Bailey; brothers, Leighton and Allison McCalmon; nephew, Norris Bailey; nieces, Carol Bailey and Arlene Turner Watson. Rev. George Russell, Cedar Springs United Church officiated at the service at the J. L. Ford Funeral Home. Soloist John Rooke sang the hymns, "The Lord Is My Shepherd" and "The Lord's Prayer" accompanied by Roberta Dickson on the piano. Pallbearers were Bill Jamieson, Michael Kelly, Steve Crawford, Sam Crawford, Paul McGuigan and Murray Crawford. Honorary bearers were Dr. Peter Green, David McGuigan and John Cunningham. Interment Craford Cemetery, Raleigh Township. Memorials to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario or the Canadian Cancer Society would be appreciated. FUNERALS 1003 TOTH The Funeral Liturgy for the late Julia Mary Toth who died on September 4, 1993 was held from St. Philip Neri Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday, September 8, 1993 at 10:00 a m. celebrated by Rev Fr. Len Cyr. Pallbearers were Troy Nagy, Jeff Lee, Henry Sz-abo, Jason Sloboda, Wayne Mesenchuck and Rodney Hamm. Rite of Committal took place in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS were in charge of the arrangements. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1007 PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL GREGM IALACH& DAVID J SCHURR 311 3RDAVE NO 2442103 SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W Arnold Edwards, Urs Nissen Ph 244-557 7 338 4th Ave North DALMENY FUNERAL HOME Gerald Funk -2542022 Dfllmeny Sk ACADIA DRIVE McKague's Funeral Chapel 955-1600 John Schachtel 915 Acadia Dr WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL RaeJ Murdock 653-3434 20th St A Ave N McKAGUES FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT McKAGUE JOE MOYNHAM Phone 664-3131 3003rdAveS CREMATORIUMS 1020 HILLCREST MEMORIAL GARDENS & CREMATORIUM The leading cemetery of all faiths for over 40 years Arrangements in Memorial & Cremation Services Cemetery Upright Monuments NicheColumbariums477 2236 PRAIRIE VIEW CREMATORIUM Memonal and Cremation Services Highway 11 South 242 7884 Bo 2061 LAMINATING 1025 PRESERVE YOUR announcements permanently Laminate them at Campbell s Confectionery 5 1025 Boychuk Dr , Saskatoon S7H5B2 373-2280 or 384 7270 MONUMENTS 1030 MID-WEST MEMORIALS LIMITED 9 1527 Ontario Ave -242 2111 IN MEMORIAM 1060 BEAUREGARD Peart There $ a place in our hearts That s yours alone A piece of love no one can own For deep in our hearts Your memory is kept To love, to cherish to never forget In loving memory Marlene and family DYCK In loving memory of our dear brother Pete F who passed away September 9, 1992 It was so hard to lose you But you need not go alone Apart of us went with you The day God called you home We do not need a special day To bring you to our minds The davs we do not think of you Are very hard to find We hold you close within our hearts And there you will remain To walk with us throughout our lives, Until we meet again Your memory is our keepsake, With which we never part God has you in his keeping. We keep you in our hearts Always remembered and sadly missed by sister Tina, Mervyn and family SCHERR In memory of Elizabeth a loving mother & grandmother Mother your are not forgotten Though on earth you are no more, Still in memory you are with us As you always were before Forever in our hearts Frank Mavis and family a a Sunny Partly Cloudy Cloudy ej Ice Flumes Snow (CP) 9 a.m.: 19.01 Average: 17.85 Maximum: 39.43 Sunshine: 8.5 hrs. Humidity: 63 Provincial Temperatures Low, high, precip. (in mm.) in past U boars. Buf Narrows 14 19 Estevan II 29 Hudson Bay 13 20 Kindersley 13 24 Li Ronge 14 19 Llovdmmster 13 22 Meadow Lake 12 21 Moose Jaw 14 27 Yorkton 13 24 t

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