Star-Phoenix from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada on December 10, 1992 · 25
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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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Thursday, December 10, 1992
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CLASSIFIED The StarPhaenix Thursday, December 10, 1992 c SECTION PHONE: 653-2100 Direct dial numbers for: Switchboard 652-9200 Editorial Circulation Classified Display Michael G.Srrlon. Bill Peterson Steven Gibb Will Popoff Ed Galeruoskl Lawrence Geisel Wayne Wohlberg Eldon Amundson Glen Houle 664-8231 664-8320 653-2100 664-8340 President and Publisher Executive Editor Managing Editor Associate Editor Director 01 Marketing Business Manager Circulation Manager Controller Production Manager Subscription Rates: Home delivery in Saskatoon and NDM area $9.75 per month for daily service, $2.00 per week for Friday and Saturday only service. Mail rates in Canada $3210 per month, U S A. and Foreign $50.00 per month. Rural inquiries may phone 1-800-667-2008. 204 5th Ave. N. Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2P1. ANNOUNCEMENTS DEATHS 1000 CHERNESKY Fred Tony Chernesky of Cud-worth. SK passed away peacefully at the St. Michael's Hospital in Cudworth, SK on December 6. 1992 at the age of 72 years, one day bhort of his 73rd Birthday. Prayers will be said on Thursday. December 10. 1992 at 7:30 p m from the St. Michael's R.C. Church in Cud-worth, SK. 1 he Funeral Mass will be offered on Friday. December 11. 1992 at 10:00 a.m. from the St. Michael's R.C. Church in Cud worth. SK with Rev. Fr. Werner Renneberg O S B. as Celebrant. Interment will follow in the St. Michael's R.C. Cemetery in Cudworth, SK. Fred was born on December 7. 1919 on Section 16, 41. 27 W2nd near Cudworth. SK. He finished Grade 10, July 2, 193S. Enlisted into the Army to Regina Rifles Regiments on July 31. 1941 and was discharged January 26. 1 946. He farmed for 1 2 years and then for another 25 years he cooked for a living. He spent 20 ot those years in Northern Saskatchewan i.oohing in bush camps (or Diamond drillers. Life for Fied was not an easy one. life was lough He lived in La Ronge for part of this time In 1987 he got very sick and then moved to Cudworth He kept himself busy by garden mg. doing some carpentry (making toys) and cooking. Fred is lovingly remembered by four brothers, Peter Chernesky of Saskatoon, SK, Orest (Mickey) Chernesky of Saskatoon, SK, John Chernesky ot Oshawa. ON and Paul iLena) Chernesky of Rexdale. ON; three sisters. Mary Matkowski of Wakaw, SK. Bernice Pauli of North Vancouver. BC and Ann (Peter) Kamineski of Cudworth, SK; ten nieces, two nephews, seven great-nieces and seven great nephews. Fred was predeceased by his father. Nick in 1965; his mother, Wasvlina in 1972. his brother. Bill Chernesky in 1968: a brother m law Peter Matkowski in 1975; and a nephew. Harold Kamineski in 1964. A Memorial Service was celebrated in Rexdale, ON on December 7. 1992 at St. Demetrius with Fr. to;msky and Fr. lataryn Concelebrating. The Crossbearer will be Clayton Sakowski The Honorary Pallbearers will be Paul, Orest. Peter and John Chernesky, Peter Kamineski and Peter Philipenko. The Active Pallbearers will be Wally WaldbiMig. Richard Chernesky. Dennis Williams. Jason Sakowski. Allan Preymack and Eugene Kamineski. Memorial donations made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Saskatchewan or to the Saskatchewan Lung Assoc. would be greatly appreciated by the family. Funeral arrangmeents have been entrusted to SCHARF'S FUNERAL HOME. Cudworth-Humboldt. SK. CLEMENTS The death of Margaret Clements occurred at St. Paul's Hospital on Wednesday. December 9. 1992. The Funeral Service will be held from McKague's Funeral Chapels on Saturday. December 12, 1992 at 10:30 a.m. More information in Friday's pa per. McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS are in charge ol the arrangements. WILLIAMS - The death of Kathleen Joan Wil 'iams ot Saskatoon occurred in a local hospital on December 8. 1992. She is survived by her loving husband. Bernard; son. Ted and his wile. Conine, three grandchildren. Randy. Han and Renme Williams; a sister. Frances Johnston of Grand Manan, New Brunswick. Kathleen was born and raised in Saskatoon and was a long time resident of the City Park area. She enjoyed Figure Skating and was active m the Guide and Scouting movements. She was a member of the YMCA for over 20 ears At Kathleen's request there will be no I uneral Service Arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME SASKATOON Sunny with cloudy periods. High minus 10. Low minus 18. Friday, variable cloudiness. High minus 10. Probability of precipitation. 10 per cent today, 20 per cent Friday. SYNOPSIS Colder air is expected to slip southward as a low pressure area centred near Regina moves off into Manitoba. Skies will be generally sunny across the province today but temperatures will be slow to recover except in the southwest. PROVINCIAL FORECAST Regina: Mainly sunny. High minus 8. Low minus 15. Friday, mainly cloudy. High minus 8. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today, 20 per cent Friday. Last Mountain. Wascana, Moose Mountain, Weyburn: Sunny with cloudy periods. Light northwest winds. Highs minus 8. Lows minus 15. Friday, mainly cloudy. Highs minus 8. Probability of "precipitation. 10 per cent today. 20 per cent Friday. Dundurn, Rosthern, Battle-fords, Kindersley: Sunny with cloudy periods. Winds light and variable. Highs minus 10. Lows minus 18. Friday, variable cloudiness. Highs minus 10. Probability of precipitation, 10 percent today, 20 per cent Friday. Assiniboia. Moose Jaw. Cypress Hills, Swift Current: Mainly sunny. Winds west at 20 kmh. Highs minus 2. Lows minus 10. Friday, mainly cloudy. Highs minus 3. fWVEA THER WA TCH lOOO VOZ The death of Fortuna Joseph (Fordie) Voz. age 84 years of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan occurred in a local hospital on Monday, December 7. 1992. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, December 11 at 10:30 a.m. from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home conducted by Rev. S. Dingwall. Surviving are his wife of fifty-two years, Delcie (Wilkinson) and two daughters, Lois (Jim) Melville of Rosebud. AB and Bette (Don) Mcintosh of Calgary. AB; three grandchildren, Jason Melville and Heather and Ian Mcintosh; one sister, Claudme Berry of Arizona and brother, Al (Dolly) Voz of Stettler, AB; cousins in Lake Lenore and many nieces and nephews in Western Canada and the U.S.A. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the charity of ones choice. Interment will follow in the Woodlawn Cemetery. Courtesy parking south of the Chapel of the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME on 4th Avenue North at 25th Street. Phone 244-5577. SUMMACH The death of G. Ray Summach of Circle Drive Special Care Home of Saskatoon, age 69 years, occurred on Monday. December 7, 1992. Surviving are his loving wife, Jennie; four sons and their wives. Vernon (Helen) of Asquith. SK. Lyle (Donna) of Kam-loops, BC, Kevin (Val) of Saskatoon, SK. and Tim (Sheena) of Kamloops, BC; five grandsons and five granddaughters. He is also survived by two brothers. Harvey (Olive) of Creston, BC and Percy (Wilma) of Asquith, SK; three sisters. Jean (Harvey) Sage of Saskatoon. SK. Delia (Bill) Felske of Calgary, AB. and Lons (Ivan) Smith of Delisle, SK; sisters in-law. Norma Sunderland of Lloydminster. AB, tola (Eldine) Welsh of Quill Lake. SK, Eula Elphin-stone of Wadena. SK. Mereta (Ernest) Wood of Kelowna. BC. Faye Erickson of Hope. BC. Dwade (Armand) Coppens of Saskatoon. SK, and Loretta (Everett) Young of Asquith, SK; brothers-in-law. Mervyn (Dorothy) Sunderland of Saskatoon, SK, and Eldine (Eva) Sunderland of Quill Lake, SK; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents. Minnie and August Summach; brothers. Eldon and Wilfred, and sister. Maureen. In lieu of flowers. Memorial Donations may be made to the Gideon Memorial Bibles, co East Camp, Box 60020. Circle Drive Place. Saska loon, SK. S7K 7L2 andor the Multiple Sclera sis Society of Canada, 170 1222 Alberta Avenue. Saskatoon. SK, S7K 1R4. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, December 11. 1992 at 2:00 p.m. at the Saskatoon Christian Centre. 102 Pinehouse Drive. Saskatoon, conducted by Pastor Keith Johnson. A Public Visi tation will take place on Thursday. December 10 from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and on Friday, December 1 1 from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon at Park Funeral Chapel. 311 Third Avenue North, Guest parking available directly South of the Chapel. The casket will be closed in church. Interment will take place in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. SEYMOUR Muriel Seymour was called home to be with our Lord on Tuesday. December 8. 1 992 after a lengthy illness. Muriel was born December 3. 1917 on the family homestead in the Avondale district. She was the eldest daughter of Fred Summach Sr. and Esther (Krieger) Summach. Muriel is survived by her loving husband of fifty-two years, George: and their three children, Judy (Bill) Packard of Portland. Oregon. Len (Jean) Seymour of Quesnell, BC, and Stan (Donna) Seymour of Asquith, Walt (Glenda) Mood: six grandchildren. Walter (Laura) and Steven Mood. Jayson and Jennifer Seymour, and Christie and Kern Seymour; seven brothers and sisters, Malcolm (Verna) Summach of Asquith. Olive (Harvey) Summach of Creston, BC, Ken (Dons) Summach of Calgary, AB. Manley (Joyce) Summach of Saskatoon, Estella (Graeme) Moffat of Saskatoon. Fred (Laurene) Summach Jr. of Asquith and Shirley (Ted) Forsyth of Langley, BC. Fred (June) Seymour of Saskatoon; four sisters-in -law. Joyce Summach of Saskatoon, Vivian Summach of Saskatoon, Pat Seymour of Saskatoon and Jessie Kulcycki of Humboldt: numerous nieces and nephews. Muriel was predeceased by her parents, Fred Summach Sr. and Esther (Krieger) Summach; two brothers, Emerson and Delbert; two brothers-in-law, John Seymour and Ben Kulcycki. She was an active member of the Asquith Baptist Church and taught Sunday School for many years. Her involvement with the Mission Circle covered several decades and she held a Western Life Membership. Music was always a part of Muriel s life and she could be found sitting at her organ at any given time during the day. She will be greatlv missed by all her family and friends. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to Asquith Baptist Young People -Asquith, SK. The Funeral Service will be held on Saturday, December 12 at 1:30 p.m. from Asquith Baptist Church conducted by Rev. Wayne McLaren. Interment will take place in the Asquith Cemetery. Arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. Probability of precipitation, 10 per cent today, 20 per cent Friday. Quill Lakes. Yorkton: Sunny with cloudy periods. Winds light and variable. Highs minus 7. Lows minus 15. Friday, sunny with cloudy periods. Highs minus 8. Probability of precipitation. 10 per cent today, 20 per cent Friday. Hudson Bay, Prince Albert, Meadow Lake: Frequent sunny periods. Winds light and variable. Highs minus 11. Lows minus 18. Friday, variable cloudiness. Highs minus 12. Probability of precipitation, 20 per cent today and Fridav. EXTENDED FORECAST Extended forecasts for Saturday and Sunday: Southern Grainbelt: Saturday, mostly cloudy. Lows minus 17. Highs minus 9. Sunday, mostly cloudy. Windy. Lows minus 18. Highs minus 8. Parkland-Churchill River: Sat urday, mostly cloudy. Lows minus 21. Highs minus 12. Probability of flurries, 30 per cent. Sunday, mostly cloudy. Lows minus 22. Highs minus 10. Northern Saskatchewan: Saturday, mostly cloudy. Lows minus 24. Highs minus 16. Probability of flurries, 30 per cent. Sunday, mostly cloudy. Windy. Lows minus 22. Highs minus is: ALONG THE BORDERS Alberta: Variable cloudiness in the south. Highs zero. Cloudy with scattered flurries in the north. Highs minus 10. Manitoba: Mainly cloudy with isolated flurries in the south and DEATHS DEATHS 1000 POMEDLI Anton (Tony) Pomedli ot Middle Lake, SK died peacefully on December 8, 1992 at St. Elizabeth's Hospital, Humboldt following a losing battle with cancer. He was 75 years of age. Tony was born on July 14, 1917 at Willmont. SK to Stephen and Elizabeth Pomedli. He received his education at the country school and took up farming which he loved. In 1955, he moved to Middle Lake and worked for Kirsch Bros, as a mechanic. He repaired many a tractor for farmers who lived all around the area. He made many good friends along the way. Tony also continued to farm until a few years ago when he retired. He then kept himself busy by repairing small engines, etc. His hobby was restoring old Lanz tractors. He was also an avid hunter and fisherman. Tony is lovingly remembered by one sister, Julia Hauser of Bethany Pioneer Village, Middle Lake, SK; two brothers, Louis of Humboldt, SK and John (Evelyn) of Humboldt, SK; a sister-in-law, Helen Pomedli of Humboldt, SK; and by numerous nephews and nieces who all loved their "Uncle Tony" as he loved them. He was predeceased by his parents, Stephen and Elizabeth; five brothers. Steve (Mary), Joseph (Elizabeth), Michael (Helen), George and Frank; one brother-in-law. Frank Hauser; and a sister-in-law. Elizabeth Pomedli. Prayers will be offered from Holy Trinity R.C. Church. Pilger. SK on Friday. December 11, 1992 at 7:30 p.m. The Funeral Mass will be celebrated by Rev. Fr. Joseph Ackerman, O.S.B. at Holy Trinity R.C. Church, Pilger on Saturday, December 12. 1992 at 10:00 a.m. Interment will follow at St. John's R.C. Cemetery. Willmont. SK. Pallbearers will be John Hauser, Peter Pomedli. Douglas Pomedli, Jim Pomedli, Edward Pomedli. and Laurence Pomedli. Memorial Donations to the St. Elizabeth's Hospital Fund will be gratefully received by the family. Arrangements have been entrusted to SCHULER LEFEBVRE FUNERAL CHAPEL. Hum-boldt (682-4114). NESBITT Evron May Catherine Nesbitt. age 86 years of Lutheran Sunset Home, passed away peacefully at her residence on December 7, 1992. A Service of Remembrance will be held from Lutheran Sunset Home (third floor) 1212 Osier Street on Tuesday. December 15. 1992 at 1:30 p.m. conducted by Pastor Gene Grant. Pastor Merle Snustead and Rev. Don Barss. Interment of Cremated Remains will take place in the family plot in Woodlawn Cemetery. Evron was predeceased by her parents, Annie and Dufferin Nesbitt; her only sister. Muriel Kilburn; and her three brothers. Homer. Boyd and Bill. Annie will be sadly missed by her sisters in-law, Madeline, Nan and Lillian; and her many nieces, nephews and grand nieces and nephews. Evron was born in Melfort, Saskatchewan moving to Saskatoon in 1915. Following her graduation from Normal School, she taught school in southern Saskatchewan. She was an active member of Rebecca Lodge (Queen Esther Chapter 5) and Grace Westminster United Church. She loved teaching children and was devoted to her family and friends. Evron was a long time resident of Luther Tower and subsequently Lutheran Sunset Home. Her family extends a special thank you to Dr. Hathway and to the nurses and staff at Lutheran Sunset Home for their excellent care. Donations to Lutheran Sunset Home. 1212 Osier Street, S7N 0T8 would be appreciated. McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS are in charge of the arrangements. (664-3131) FRIESEN Gwen Jeanette Friesen. age 24, passed away in Saskatoon. The Service of Remembrance will be held from Trinity United Church (3318 Merritt Street) on Saturday, December 12 at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Arlene Reynolds officiating. The late Gwen Friesen is lovingly remembered by her mother, Sandra Friesen of Saskatoon; father, Don Friesen of Choiceland. SK; two brothers, Christopher Friesen of Innisfail. AB and Corey Friesen of Whitehorse. Yukon: her maternal grandmother. Blanche Nichols of Saskatoon; her paternal grandparents, Peter and Martha Friesen of Prince Albert; her niece, Jessica Friesen of Saskatoon; also numerous aunts, uncles and cousins. She was predeceased by her maternal grandfather, Clarence Nichols; her uncle, Kyle Nichols. Gwen was a cheerful and happy person and loved her life in spite of her struggles. We take comfort in knowing that Gwen has left her struggles behind now that she is free. She had a special way of being sensitive and caring to all she loved and knew. Memorials, would be appreciated if directed to the Canadian Diabetes Association (309-219-22nd Street East. Saskatoon. S7K 0G4). Cremation with inter of cremains to follow at Smithville Cemetery. Funeral arrangements are en trusted to ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (9551600). ANTONIK The death of Katie Antonik oc curred in a local hospital on Wednesday. December 9th. The Funeral Service details will be announced in Friday's paper. Arrangements have been entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. central. Cloudy with light snow in the far north. Highs, minus 15 in the far north, minus 7 in the south. North Dakota: Partly sunny. Breezy in the east with a chance of morning snow. Highs minus 2 to 1. ACROSS CANADA ' Yukon: Mainly cloudy with scattered flurries. Windy in the north. Highs, minus 10 in the south, minus 19 in the north. Northwest Territories: Mackenzie Valley and Great Slave district: In the south, cloudy periods. Elsewhere, cloudy with light snow. Highs minus 24 to minus 13. Keewatin district: Clear and cold in the north. Clearing in the south. Highs, minus 18 in the extreme south, minus 29 in the north. Baffin district: Flurries in the southeast. Cloudy periods elsewhere and windy locally. Highs minus 20 to minus 14. High Arctic'Reso-lute: Clear. Highs minus 30. British Columbia: On the coast, rain over the south coast. Scattered showers to the north. Highs 6. In the interior, snow in the south. Cloudy with a few Hurries in the north." Highs minus 2 to 4. Ontario: In the south, snow developing in the heaviest eastern half. Windy. Highs minus 4 to zero. In central, periods of light snow. Highs minus 5 to zero. In the north, periods of light snow. Patchy freezing drizzle in the eastern half. Highs minus 9 to minus 5. Quebec: In the south, generally sunny except clouding over in the west followed by light snow. Highs minus 11 to minus 6. In the north, light snow in the west. Partly to mostly sunny elsewhere. DEATHS 1000 KORTKO The passing ot Mr. Joseph Ko-rtko, age 87 years ot Saskatoon, occurred at a local hospital on Tuesday, December 8, 1992. The Funeral Liturgy will be held on Friday, December 11, 1992 at 10:30 a.m. celebrated by Rev. Father W. Rolheiser, OMI from St. Joseph's Roman Catholic Church, 535-8th Street East, Saskatoon. The Vigil of Prayer will be held on Thursday, December 10, 1992 at 7:00 p.m. from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking is available directly South of the Chapel. Joseph is survived by his children, one daughter, Frances (Paul) Wladychka of North Battleford, SK; three sons, Bronie (Elizabeth) Kortko of Saskatoon, SK, Louis (Shirley) Kortko of Saskatoon, SK and Alex (Irene) Kortko of Rosthern, SK; his nine grandchildren, Robert, Barry, Roger, Ryan, Colleen, Linda, Donna, Elaine and Karen; and nine greatgrandchildren, James, Nathan, Janelle, Kale, Cole, Travis, Shaun, Marissa and Rianne, He is further survived by two sisters, Annie Koury of Calgary, AB and Nellie Bo-hun of Saskatoon, SK; and one brother, Thomas Kortko of Saskatoon, SK. He was predeceased by his wife, Rosie (Marchewka) in 1985; his parents, John and Anna (Kozlowski) Kortko; two brothers, Mike and Steve; three sisters. Tilly Zerebeski. Catherine Korolewich and Mary Osika. The late Mr. Joseph Kortko was born on January 14, 1905 at Komarow, Sokol, Poland. He came to Canada, at a very young age. and settled on a farm in the Red-berry District. He farmed in the district until bis retirement in 1969, at which time he moved into Saskatoon, SK where he had been residing at the time of his passing. The Pallbearers will be Robert Waladychka, Barry Waladychka, Ed Grieb. Ed Kawulka. Roger Kortko and Liam Butler. Rite of Committal will take place in Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. FICHTNER The death of Mrs. Mary Ficht-ner aged 86 years of Manitou Beach, SK occurred peacefully at the Watrous Union Hospital on Monday, December 7. 1992. The Funeral Service will be held in the Watrous United Church on Friday, December 11 at 2:00 p.m. conducted by Rev. Alison West. Interment will be in the Watrous Cemetery. Predeceased by her husband John in 1982 and a son Lloyd. Mary is survived by her loving family, daugh ters, Yvonne (Rudy) Heisted. Agassiz, BC and their children Mary. Bob. Penny. Wendy. Carol and Ken; Joan (Mike) Squires. Battleford, SK and their children Tim. Jeff and Tracy; sons, Bill (Marlene) Fichtner, Saskatoon and their children Kevin, Pam and Heather Dawn; Don (Lucilel Fichtner. Calgary, AB and their children Rodney. Jeff, James and Sara; Jim (Connie) Fichtner, Abbotsford. BC and their children Deidre, Tyler and Danica; daughter-in-law Lillian Fichtner, Wynyard, SK and her children Howard, Edith and John; and by many greatgrandchildren. Mary is also survived by one sister Phyllis Swaan, Porcupine Plain, SK. For those so wishing donations to the Watrous Union Hospital or the Salvation Army would be appreciated. FOTHERINGHAM-McDOUGALL FUNERAL SERVICE Watrous and Nokomis in charge of arrangements. FIDLER Lucy Maire of Batoche, SK passed away in the Wakaw Union Hospital on December 9, 1992 at the age of 84 years. Memorial Vigil of Prayer will be held from St. Anthony Roman Catholic Church, Batoche, SK on Friday. December 11, 1992 at 7:30 p.m. The Funeral Liturgy will be celebrated by Rev. Fr. Frank Anuszkiewicz and Rev. Fr. Gilles Doucette from St. Anthony Roman Catholic Church, Batoche, SK on Saturday, December 12. 1992 at 2:00 p.m. The late Mrs. Fidler was born to Joseph and Julienne Villeneuve in Batoche. SK on July 16, 1908. She leaves to mourn her passing one son. Octave (Fern) Fiddler, Batoche, SK; two daughters, Marjone (Gilbert) Parenteau, Batoche, SK and Blance (Leo) Slater, Prince Albert, SK; nine grandchildren. Doreen (John) Neufeld, Linda (Rene) Caron. Larry (Janice) St. Germain, Debbie (Ken) Parenteau, Brian Fiddler, Karen (Eugene) Theoret, Jackie (Emile) Gaudet, Barry Fiddler and Donna Fiddler; seventeen great-grandchildren, Tim and Christa Neufeld; Jocelyn, Christine and Chantel Caron; Rebecca and Nicole St. Germain; Kim. Bradley, Melissa and Miranda Parenteau; Can-dace, Derek, Shawn and Brandon Theoret; Holly and Logan Gaudet; one brother, George Villeneuve, Calgary, AB; one sister-in-law, Alexandra Fiddler, Rosthern, SK; numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband. Octave in August 1975; one son-in-law. Roy St. Germain in September 1976; one granddaughter. Betty-Ann St. Germain; two grandsons, Garry St. Germain and Brent Parenteau; her parents. Joe and Julienne Villeneuve: two sisters, Leona Vandale and Julia Giesbrecht. Organist will be Monique Ranger. Soloist will be Omer Ranger. Reader will be Debbie Parenteau. Crossbearer will be Can dace Theoret. Flowerbearer will be Barry Fiddler. Pallbearers will be Larry St. Germain, Rene Caron. Emile Gaudet. Brian Fiddler. John Neufeld and Eugene Theoret. Interment will take place at the Batoche Roman Catholic Cemetery. KUSHNERYK'S FUNERAL HOME, Wakaw, SK is in care of arrangements. The Accu-Weatherforecast for noon, Thursday, December 10 rjj T w"n ni9n ana OW lemperaiures Tor ciiies.nci ; wun nign ana low Highs minus 13 to minus 7. Maritimes: Mainly sunny except cloudy periods and a few-onshore flurries in northwesterly winds. Highs, minus 6 in the north, minus 2 in the south. Newfoundland: Mainly sunny except mainly cloudy with isolated flurries in the southeast. Highs minus 4 to minus 1. Labrador: Mainly sunny. Highs, minus 17 in the west, minus 10 in the east. Agricultural Report SuppliH by SakaU-hrwan Rrvarrk Council Precipitation ( mm I total for the Saskatoon region for 24-hour peri ' V ChurchiL 3. Goose,Bay w -3-1 1 1 .-.. I V vKIW ... Saskatoon r -J X svWaouverx -10-19 c A s VrwSA I M .LiT Thunder Bay QuebecffA -4-8 r Halifax VT : J1J . 7, : T 1 . ottavya .Montreal' -1-5 Y . jAfr-s SaultSterMariet, -2-8"v,(7 tA l 4 : : : :fQh. . NewYiT (San Francisco V fQ ( V: WW,r,doS9r ;A31 Gur s J" Denver 'W Phoenix f Washington . , iami J 30'21 , 22'9 2 -V-. 42 j 2615.ST (CP) 1000 MILLER Earla Isabel of Oliver Lodge, died quietly at her residence on December 7, 1992. Miss Miller was born at Wingham, ON on March 17, 1896, coming west to Winnipeg in 1905 with her family, then to Sutherland in 1909 with her mother and step-father. Miss Miller leaves to mourn her passing, many loving and loyal friends. She was a dedicated teacher for over 30 years on the Saskatoon School Staff. For some years she was leader of the Girls' Choir in Sutherland United Church and a C.G.l.T. group leader. She later became an active member and supporter of Westminster United Church and Grace Westminster United Church. Miss Miller, at an early age, was predeceased by her father, Peter Miller; by her mother, Lottie on January 2, 1958; and by her beloved step-father, Ashley English on February 5, 1958. She is survived by Mrs. Mildred Kellins, Hamilton, ON, a niece of Ashley English. Memorial donations to Oliver Lodge Redevelopment Project would be gratefully appreciated, for kindnesses shown Earla in her five years as a resident. The Memorial Service will be held from Oliver Lodge Chapel, 1405 Faulkner Crescent, Saskatoon, SK on Friday. December 11, 1992 at 2:00 p.m. conducted by Janet Brown and Rev. Don Barss. Cremation with interment of Cremated Remains in Woodlawn Cemetery. Saskatoon, SK. McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS are in charge of the arrangements. (664-3131) LARDEN The passing of Percy Larden of Outlook, SK occurred on Tuesday, December 8th, 1992 at the Outlook Union Hospital at the age of 85 years. He leaves to mourn his loving wife. Irene of Outlook and four sons. A Memorial Service will be held on Friday, December 11th, 1992 at 2:30 p.m. at St. Andrew's United Church in Outlook, SK, with Rev. Bill Gilmer officiating. Interment will take place in the Outlook Cemetery. In lieu of flowers donations to the Alzheimer Association or St. Andrew's United Church, Outlook, SK or the Outlook Union Hospital would be appreciated. Arrangements are in care of the Outlook Funeral Chapel. FUNERALS 1003 MORTON The Funeral Service of Marjone Elizabeth Morton who died on Saturday, December 5, 1992 was held from the Sonning dale Community Hall on Wednesday, December 9 at 2:00 p.m. conducted by Rev. N. Stewart Dingwall. Honorary Pallbearers were Hazel Dickson, Evelyn Farnell, Edith Gunness, Mil Hill, Evelyn Machan, Jean Scheer, and Active Pallbearers were Bob Bailey, George Casey. Glen Dean. Brem Donaldson, Jim Grimsdale, Rick Woodward. Interment took place in Son-mngdale Cemetery. Arrangements were entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1007 ACADIA DRIVE McKague's Funeral Chapel 9bi lbOO John Schachtel 91b Acadia Or SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Idwards. Lars Nissen Ph 244 577 3384th Ave North PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL GRIG M. LALACH & DAVID J. SCHURH 3113HDAVLNO. 244 2103 McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT McKAGUL DONALD NLWBIGGING Phone 664 3131 JOL MOYNHAM 300 3rd Ave S. WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rap i. Murdock 653 3434 , 20th St & Ave N CREMATORIUMS 1020 PRAIRIE VIEW CREMATORIUM Memorial and Cremation Services. Highway 1 1 South 242884 Bon 2061 LEGACIES MEMORIAL 1050 AHSCOT 1 & ASSOCIATES . Life insurance, annuity brokers and chantv-donation consult ants 665 8111 INMEMORIAM 1060 DEPTUCK In loving memory ot a dfrir brother. Michael, who passed away December 10th, 1989, How ever long our lives may last What ever lands we view Whatever joy and grief be ours We will always think of you Always remembered by Nick and Lydia . HUSULAK H. Andrew In memory ol a loving father and grandfather who passed away December 10. 1961, Just a memory, fond and true To show, dear dad. we think ol you Never more than a thought away Quietly remembered everyday. Forever in our hearts Mary. Wes. Rhonda. Ale, and f red DEPTUCK Michael In loving memory ot my Dad, who passed away December 10, 1992 Although you tire not beside me You are never tar away. f or you are always in my heart Through every passing day, loday. tommorrow. my whole lite through I will alway s love and remember you Sadly missed by your daughter Sandra and "Buot s" . T7" Temperatures ior cmes od ending 9 a.m. Wednesday 0 This month: .1 This year: 275.5 Below norm for month: -6.56 Below norm for year: -75.86 Wednesday wind measurement at 9 a.m.: 1.38 Average: 26.82 Maximum: 15.83 Sunshine: 21 hrs. Provincial Temperatures Lew. hieh. prccip. tin mm.) in past 24 hours. But. Narrows -18-12 0 Nipawtn -21 -JO 1r Eslevan -13 3 ON Baftleford -20-U 0 Hudson Bay -15 4 0 Prince Albert -20 10 Kindersley .14 -9 0 Re9ina ., , 0 La Ron -16-13 J ..l. .,, , Tr llovdmmster -20 14 Tr sa'00n . " T' Meadow Lake -15 U -8 Swi" Current S 1 0 Moose Jaw -4 4 0 Watrous -15 0 Yorklon -12 1 0 WynvarrJ 13 2 0 DEATHS "... p-fj Edmonton f? -9-16 ' :,TVV f -9-20 1060 DfcPTUCK In loving memory ot a oear husband, tather and grandfather Michael who passed away December 10, 1989. Peacefully sleeping, resting at last. The words weary troubles and trials are past In silence he suffered, in patience he bore. Till God called him home, to suffer no more. Forever remembered by his wife, children, and grandchildren DEPTUCK In loving memory of Michael, a dear Father and special Grandpa, who passed away December 10th, 1989. Time has a way of slipping by. But love and memories never die Wishmgtoday as we've wished before. God could have spared you a few years more, Gone are the days we used to share. But in our hearts you are always there. The gates of memory will never close. We miss you more than anyone knows. With tender love and deep regret . We who love you will never forget Lovingly remembered by Kelly. Grant, Michael and Mel' issa. MAXIMUIK - In loving memory ota dear husband, father and grandfather, George, who passed away December 10th, L982. Quietly remembered everyday Sadly missed along life's way Just as you were you will always be Treasured and loved in our memory . Always remembered and sadly missed by wife Dora and daughter Emily and Harvey and family NEUFELD - In loving memory of Ronald C Neufeld. dear husband, father and son who passed away December 10. 1971. T he pearly gates were opened A gentle votce said come And with farewells unspoken He gently entered home Dear Lord, please take a message To our loved one up above Tell him how much we miss him And give him all oui love Sadly missed by wife. Helen children, Rhonda, Clayton, Ronald. Robert: and parents, Mr and Mrs. C Neufeld PERSONAL 1070 BEER & POP BOTTLECAN PICKUP CASH PAID. ANTON, 242-1960. At AMANDA'S we provide discreet location Beautiful ladies & deep massaging 402 25th St W 664-399 SINGLIS DANCE: New Year's t ve. Parktown Hotel. D.J. mu sic. hot buffet with hipot beet at 12 30 Tickets before Dec. 20 are $15. Regular price $20 Info 244 5564. STOP SMOKING. $40 LOSE WEIGHT. $20. LASLR 3A 1 620 Idylwyld Dr N , S toon, 24-5328 PIANO PLAYER All functions Country WestemOl' Tyme, etc . . phone 244 8026 Harold X MAS SPECIAL Private & discreet massage avail for un der$10 Private shower facilities also avail Call9781083 ordropbySOl Ave L S Open 1O10, 7davsaweek FOR A relaxing massage, call Debbie at 382 4983 or stop tnat817AveUNonh,Mon Fn.,105 Gay & Lesbian Line 665-1224 Coming out & youth groups, someone to talk to Tues. Sat.. 7 3O10:30p m. SHIATSU THERAPY in your home, only $15. Rich 931 2779 or after 5, 1 797 2763 pagerfor appointment. 20 YEARS EXP. IN SASKATOON. PALM & TAROT CARDS. CHARTS, & ALL TYPING Nf f DS BY MARY 955-5063, AA Alcoholics Anonymous - 665-6727. TtVtR MASSAGE "Deep muscle therapy". Registered therapist 653 5930 Open weekends City license 1 103 Hands on Massage MorvSat, 1040. Hot tub, membership. 1937 Ave, BN. 6651300 MASSAGE & REFLEXOLOGY by male nurse Evenings only, for appointment call 244 1432 220 25th St E ARE YOU havrng love or monev problems' For psychic reading and counselling. 98' accurate 65 3 3389, 652-6005. SHIATSU MASSAGE Therapy. Accuppressure, Reflexology, Relaxation Duly registered A certified with S.R.A. Lakendge - 374 8364 Whirlpool. Days. Evenings and Weekends See Yellow Pages page 4 70 phone hook. INTUITIVE FUTURE Readings, predictions 95 accurate. For appointment , phone 955 0305 Misty's Relaxation Massage or drop in at 202 24th St. W. 382074 7. Mon Sun 10a m. 1 2 a.m $8 95. NON ALCOHOL DANCES EVERY FRl. & SAT. AT SHAKER'S RECREATION CENTRE, B 302 WALL ST 652 3282 SENIORS - ARE you looking for friendly, courteous assis tance with grocery shopping. Christmas shopping, parcel deliveries, and general escorting' Phone 652-1 213 Healing of a Homosexual Struggle THE NARROW WAY 4 77 2837 HAY RIDES 1 mile north of Wanuskewm Park. Phone: 931 0093 after 6pm ANYONE KNOWING the whereabouts ot George Arthur DeRoche. please contact Leonard DeRoche, Box 1559. Sparwood, BC VOB 2GO 604 425-7837 SINGLES NETWORK INTERNATIONAL, in Saskatchewan write Bo 6023. Saskatoon. SK . S7K4E4 WEIGHT LOSS without a diet Call to learn more. 9334775or 2424573. FUTURE READING Madame Karmtne will do leadings Call for appointment at ?44 88 1 9 CRISIS PREGNANCY LIM 665 75S0 Free P'Mte DUBLINS SINCLFS league is having a bowling Christmas party, Tues Dec 7 9 00pm It you re single come down & loin us Phone Fait Haven Bowl 38? 282? (or details CHRISTIAN DATELINE Confidential responsible personal introductions. Write to 2 403 22nd St. West. Saskatoon. sfMsn RENT A SANTA -343-5730. Sunny Partly Cloudy Cloudy Showers T-slorms Rain Ice Flurries Snow Cold w low pressure Warm Stationary (H) High Pressure 6-10f.1 St. John's1 For the Record Wednesday's Temperatures Low -17 High -9 Today's Normals Low -18.2 High -8.5 Today's Records High 6.7 set in 1981 Low -38.3 set in 1902 A year ago today: Low -6.5 High -2.4 Moon New, Dec. 24 First, Jan. 1 Full. Jan. 8 Last, Dec. 16 Sun Rose today 9:05 Sets 4:54 Resort Temperatures Acaoulco 24 32 Las Veas 4 1 Barbados 26 30 Meuco City 1? 24 Bermuda 1? 2i Viamt Beach 18 V Brownsville 20 21 Nassau 2) 27 INMEMORIAM

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