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Page C5 Wednesday, May 24th, 1995 The StarPhoenix .n i Helpful. 204 Sth Avenue North Saskatoon, Sask. S7K2P1 To place an ad, change an ad or cancel an ad, phone.. Below is a guide to the major classifications within our Classified section. All sub classifications, such as Help Wanted or Articles for sale, are teatureo in mis section oauy. mm n Phone Service: MondaytO Fhday-8:00a.m. tO 7:00 p.m.) I AdvtiitmealeopynurttaoutoHkphonor Closed Saturdays UnOT-ftai'' i- o'" Sunday-3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. Office Hours: Monday to Friday-8:00 Customers wishing to use StarPhoenix box number services for confidential replies may have this service for an additional charge of $26.00 for 60 calendar days. All Saskatoon replies must be picked up at The StarPhoenix, 204 5th Avenue N. All replies not claimed within 30 calendar days of the first insertion date of the advertisement will be destroyed. Out of town replies will be mailed out every Tuesday. PrePay Your Ad and Save 15 The StarPhoenix Helpful. Direct dial numbers for: Switchboard 652-9200 Editorial 664-8231 Circulation 664-8320 Classified 653-2100 Display 664-8340 LyleSlnkwta EnaiyeVkefmUnt , Skvm Gtbb mof WitlPopoff UudtliEdltor SarttriPeirii Umgiiw Editor . GregMdem MMrtMgOractor Glen Hours Mixtion Mtnipr-PMi LrrryFunk Production IssntgerPtePieu CrBf9 Peterson Ptotnotkm Mttuojr mynofflXiMMrp, wrcwmwi emntewg wihubi jKfcPNppi Cfrcutotion Sorvteiltanijor GtilKukuruda Hunan RewtmuHintgir EMontnwndiM ContiDUr Subscription Ratn: Home delivery In Saskatoon 110.75 oar month for dally ear-vice, $2.00 par week tor Friday and Saturday service when prepaid. Malt rates In Canada $33.00 per month, U.S.A. and Foreign $59.20 per month. Rural Inquiries may phone 1-S00-667-20M. 204 Sth Ave. N. Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2P1. DEATHS 1000 BIEHN Cledyth Beihn of Calgary, passed away at her residence on May 14, 1995 at the age of 73 years. Cledyth is survived by two brothers and one sister, Ralph Biehn of Priddis, AB, Gerald and his wife, Clara Biehn of Lanigan, SK, Marion and her husband, George of Calgary, AB; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her parents. Cle dyth will be fondly remembered. Funeral Services will be held at the Chapel of Mountain View Cemetery and Funeral Home (17th Avenue S.E. at Garden Road, Calgary) on Wednesday, May 24, 1995 at 1:00 p.m. Arrangements in care of MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY AND FUNERAL HOME, 17th Avenue S.E. at Gar den Road, Calgary (3 km. east of 68th Street S.E.) Telephone 403-272-5555. DARCH Amy M. Darch, born in Calgary in 1915, passed away at the Sarcee Auxil iary Hospital on May 20, 1995 at the age of 80 years. She is the loving mother of two daughters, Heather Koski of Calgary and Jeanette Bailey (Jeremy) of Saska toon, SK; four grandchildren, Susan Schuh meister (Derek), Rob Koski, Carolyn Bailey and Michelle Bailey. She is also survived by her brother. Bill Taylor (Gert) of Vancouver, BC and several nieces and nephews. Amy was predeceased by her husband, Jack in 1992; and son-in-law, Marvin in 1983. During the 1930's, Amy taught school in Arneson, AB and was also a long time and well respected school teacher in Big Valley, AB from 1953 to 1968. Amy was a voracious reader and loved books. She loved to travel, play bridge and attend the theatre. Amy will always be remem bered and sadly missed by her family and by her long time friends, especially the McAlister family. Funeral Services will be held at Mclnnis & Holloway's "Fish Creek ' . Chapel", (14441 Bannister Road S.E.) on Wednesday, May 24, 1995 at 3:00 p.m. with the Ven. Dr. Robert B. Crowder of St, Peter's Anglican Church officiating. If friends so desire, Memorial tributes may be made directly to the Heart & Stroke Foundation of Alberta, 1825 Park Road S.E., Calgary, AB, T2G 3Y6, or directly to the Alberta Lung Association, 302, 609-14th Street N.W., Calgary, AB, T2N 2A1 or directly to the Sarcee Auxiliary Hospital, 350f29th Street S.W., Calgary, AB, T3E 2L3. Arrangements are in care of MclNNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES "Park Me morial Chapel", 5008 Elbow Drive S.W., Telephone 403-243-8200. SHEBELSKY John Shebelsky age 74 years of Saskatoon passed away peace- fully on Saturday, May 20th, 1995. The Vigil of Prayer will be held Tuesday evening, May 23rd at 7:30 p.m. from Park Fu neral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue Norm. Courtesy parking Is available directly South of the Chapel. The Funeral Liturgy will be held on Wednesday, May 24th at 10:00 a.m. celebrated by Very Rev. Father Len Morand from St. Paul's Roman Catholic Cathedral, 720 Spadina Crescent East. Surviving are his loving family; his wife Christina; four daughters, Marlene (Danny) Charpentier and their children Christopher, Jocelyn and Nicholas, Linda (Dennis) Slade and their children Heather, Bradley and Jenna, Karen (Reg) Langston and their children Eric and Brett, Joyce (Fiance Gord Reinbold); two sisters, Helen Latoski and Anne Gniazdowski; one brother Peter (Helen) Shebelskl and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father Sylvester in 1982; his mother Paraska in 1988; two sisters, Mary Andreychuk in 1987 and Pauline In infancy. The late John Shebelsky was born in the Prud'Homme district on April 15th, 1921. John received his education In Dra-homanon School in the Prud'Homme district. After going to Barber School, in 1955, he barbered In Prud'Homme from 1955 until -I960. He married Christina (nee Garchinski) on November 23, 1957. He owned and operated Reno Barber Shop from 1960 until 1978, retiring in 1985 after 30 years of barbering. John enjoyed the outdoors, farming, fishing, gardening and being with his family and friends. John will be remembered as being a very proud man, enjoying life and was very proud of his family, especially his four daughters. Every task was done to perfection and always completed. He also had great pride in the cars he drove, always neat and spotless. John was a member of St. Michael's Parish and St. Paul's Cathedral, as well as the Independent Order of Foresters. Rite of Committal will take place at Woodlawn Catholic Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. BOTHERY Joseph Alner. Resident of Saskatoon, passed away suddenly In Calgary on May 23, 1995 at the age of 85. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced at a later date. Deadlines & Cancels AT V" cJCancefeA tnerj - Classified a.m. to 5:30 p.m. r DEATHS 1000 JONES It is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of Ken neth William Robert Jones of Saskatoon, May 23, 1995 at the age of 74 years. He is survived by his children, Ernie and ms wife Nadine, Donna (Len) Warren - Lafferty, Ed ward and his wife Sherl, Delias and Randy; nine grandchildren and one great grand son. He was predeceased by nis wire, Frances; his parents, Harry and Georgina; a brother, Harry; and a grandson, Christo pher. The Funeral Services will be held at Mayfair United Church, Friday, May 26, 1995 at 2:00 p.m., conducted by Rev. Jack Carr. Dad was a loving, kindhearted, generous man, who always made time for others with a helping hand. He was self- employed in Saskatoon as a plumber until his retirement. His enjoyments included hunting, fishing and gardening. Kenneth's many friendships were nurtured through these activities. He also volunteered many hours with the Saskatoon Wildlife Federa tion. Memorial donations may be made to the Saskatoon Wildlife Federation, P.O. 2086, Saskatoon, S7K 3S7. The Pallbear ers for the services will be Peter Lafferty, Howard Munns, Brian Button, Joe Shelton Pat Gagnon and Tom Loran. Interment will take place in Woodlawn Cemetery. Ar rangements are entrusted to WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL (653-3434) SANFTLEBEN The death of Mary Ann Sanftleben (nee, Sealey), age 71 years of Saskatoon, SK, occurred in a local hospital on Sunday, May 21, 1995. The Memorial Service will be held from McKagues Fu neral Chapels on Thursday, May 25, 1995 at 1:30 p.m. conducted by Archdeacon H.W. Brandrick. Cremation with Interment of Cremated Remains in Woodlawn Cemetery, Saskatoon, SK. Surviving are: her two sons, Wally and Terry Cathy and son, Jay) all of Saskatoon; brothers, John and Al Sealey, also of Saskatoon; sister, Flo rence Bishop of Brantford, ON; as well as numerous nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by her husband, Fred in 1989; her parents, Walter in 1964 and mother, Susan in 1977, both of Saska toon; and by her brother, Wally (in the Navy) in 1944; and by her sister, Eva All- eston of Toronto in 1966. Mary was born in Shettleston, Scotland in 1923. She came to Canada with her parents as an in fant, living most of her years in saskatoon Mary served in the C.W.A.C. during the Second World war. She married Fred san- ftteben after the War. She worked at various businesses In Saskatoon including many years at Montrose Restaurant Mary will be fondly remembered by many who saw her as "Mum". For those wishing, Me morial Donations to the Heart and Stroke Foundations of Saskatchewan, 279 3rd Avenue North, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 2H8, would be appreciated. Guest parking di rectly SOUth Of McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS; 3rd Avenue South and 20tn Street. (664-3131) ZEABIN (nee Romaniuk) Olga passed away suddenly on Sunday, May 21, 1995, just shy of her 65th birthday. Olga Is sur vived by her loving husband John, her sons; George (Sharon), Terry (Linda), five grandchildren; Kyle, Brodle, Aaron, war ren and Renee, ner motner Mary Koma- niuk of Cudworth, SK and one sister Anne Pollock of Saskatoon; two brothers Peter Romaniuk of Cudworth, SK and John (Gina) Romaniuk of Saskatoon. She is also survived by numerous aunts, uncles, and nieces and nephews. She was prede ceased by her father Harry Romaniuk in 1970, her sister Nadla in infancy, and one brother Steve Romaniuk in 1989. Olga was born on May 29, 1930 in the Carpen ter district. She received her education at a country school by the name of Horerv denka. She then came to Saskatoon, where she met John and they were mar ried on March 27, 1955. She had resided in Saskatoon until her passing. Her many passions were gardening, travelling, shop ping, and most of all her pets. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made, to the Canadian Diabetic Association, 104-2301 Avenue C North, Saskatoon, SK, S7L 5Z5, the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 279 Third Avenue North, Saska toon, SK, S7K 2H8 or to the Saskatoon SPCA, P.O. Box 3050, Saskatoon, SK, S7K 3S9. The Prayer Service will be held Wednesday evening, May 24th, at 7:00 p.m. from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North. Courtesy parking is available directly south of the Chapel. The Divine Liturgy will be held on Thursday, May 25th at 10:00 a.m. celebrated by Rev. Fa ther Nikolaj Hornykewycz from St. George's Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral, 214 Avenue M South. Interment will take place in the Garden of the Old Rugged Cross at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. MAHLBERQ Alfons Mahlberg after a short fight with cancer left us on May 20th at the age of 63 to be with his heavenly family. He leaves to mourn his loving companion Faye; daughter Connie of Saskatoon; son Kevin (Jen) of Prince Albert; grandson Chad and step grandson Kristbfer; sisters Rosina and Theresa (Bill) Bergis; brothers Peter (Sally) and Herman (Mariatte); his extended family Tom, Bob, Yvette, Bill and Doreen and their families, also many nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his father Anton (1968), mother Theresia (1952) and brother Henry (1943). A Memorial of Remembrance will be held from the Airliner Hall (3-810 45th Street West) at 1:00 p.m. on Thursday, May 25, 1995. Interment of cremains will be held at the Sacred Heart Cemetery, Watson, SK on Friday, May 26th at 1:00 m. In lieu of flowers, donations to St. Paul's Palliative Care Unit (1702-20th Street West, Saskatoon, S7M 0Z9) or a charity of your choice. Cremation arrangements are entrusted to ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600). L Conacttam 6.-00 p.m. for next day publication Display - 4:00 p.m. tor next day publication 4:30p.m. Fridayfor Monday publication i The publisher reserves the right to reject, or change copy subject to the publisher's approval. The StarPhoenix is responsible for errors in the first day of publication only. , We guarantee that advertisements will appear in the proper determined classification, however we do not guarantee positioningwithin the classification. Applies to Private Party Ads Only. DEATHS 1000 SCRIVER Paul Norman Scriver passed away at St. Paul's Hospital on Tuesday, May 23, 1995. Paul leaves many friends at Parkndge Nursing Home who will miss his good natured determination. Predeceased by his father, Harry; and brother, Warren, he leaves Edith of Saska toon, Stewart and Patricia of Toronto, Stephen and Barbara of Edmonton and Linda and Al of Regina. Paul was well-con nected to the world and leaves many vivid memories for his friends and relatives who will miss him. A Memorial Service will be held in the summer in Wolseley, date to be announced. Donations to Camp Easter Seal, Watrous in lieu of flowers. Arrange ments have been entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME & Prairie View Crematorium. PENNER John J. Penner passed away peacefully at St, Paul's Hospital, sur rounded by his loving family on Monday, May 22, 1995. A Prayer Service will be held on Wednesday, May 24, 1995 at 7:30 p.m. in the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home (courtesy parking south of the chapel on 4tn Avenue North at 25tn St.) conducted by Pastor Ed Corneilsen, The Funeral Service will be held on Thurs day, May 25, 1995 at 2:00 p.m. In First Mennonite Church, 418 Queen St., con ducted by Pastor Henry Wiens and Pastor Ed Corneilsen. John was born on March 30, 1909 in Khortitsa, Russia. He was the eldest son of Johann and Helena Penner. He was seventeen when he came to Can ada with his parents, aboard the Empress of Scotland on September 11, 1926. He lived with his family in Hague, Lidden and Langham. On June 3, 1934 he was bap tized in the zoar Mennonite Church, Lang- ham. Over the years he enjoyed the fellow ship of his church and belonged to the Mennonite Church in Dundurn and the First Mennonite Church in Saskatoon. In September of 1948, John married Anna Block. They farmed in the Dundurn area for 25 years, in 1968, John retired and moved to Saskatoon. In 1989 he and Anna moved to Bethany Manor. Johrf and Anna celebrated their 40th Wedding Anniver sary in 1988. John will always be remem bered as a loving and understanding husband, father and grandfather. His brothers and sisters will fondly remember the good times they all had together. His friends will remember him as soft spoken, unassuming, a man of few words and a good neigh bor. John enjoyed working on his farm, making things. He was keen to find out how things worked. John enjoyed his re tirement. He spent many hours tending his yard and garden. He enjoyed wood working. He had time to be with his grand sons. He spent many pleasant times wrtn friends, neighbors and family at Bethany Manor. John was a very devoted husband who cared for Anna, "For just a while longer" until his parsing. He is survived by his loving wife, Anna; one daughter, Charlotte (Wayne) Dutchak of Saskatoon; two grandsons, Chris and Scott, both of Saskatoon; three brothers, Jacob (Louise) of Saskatoon, Ronald (Marjory) of Saskatoon and Dave of Montreal, PQ; three sisters, Helen (Jack) Thiessen of Langham, Margaret (George) Adelman of Saskatoon, and Kay Epp of Saskatoon; numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He was prede ceased by his father, Johann; his mother, Helena; brother, Peter; and brother-in-law, Bill Epp. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Alzheimer Association of Canada, Suite 230, 408 Broad St., Regina, SK, S4R 1X3. Interment will follow In the Dundurn Cemetery at 5:30 p.m. Arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. SKOYEN (Jaklns) Doris Genevieve was born of Gladys and James at Dinsmore, SK on March 12, 1927. in 1939 they moved to the Grasswood School District. She took employment in the city where she met and later married Norman Skoyen on March 30, 1946. They farmed 6 miles south of Saskatoon on Preston Avenue for the next 19 years. Five children were born to Norman and Doris; Betty (Bruno) Wushke with two daughters, Cheryl and Gale; Victor (Beverly) Skoyen with five children; Vickie Lee, Theresa, Marie, Trevor, Bradley; Margaret (Gordon) Herman; Valerie (Wes) Pranke with two sons, 'Darrell, Scott; Eric Skoyen (divorced) with two daughters, Erica, Tiffany. In October 1964 they moved to farm at Wapella, SK. Predeceased by husband, Norman, March 8, 1988, her father and her brother J.C. She leaves to mourn five children, eleven grandchildren, five great grandchildren, her mother, brother Mickey Jakins, two sisters 'Jean McKenzle and Faye Woodworth. Funeral Services to be held Thursday, May 25th, 2:00 p.m. at Wapella United Church. Interment at Wapella Cemetery. Honourary pallbearers, Canadian Legion Ladies Auxiliary. Ser vices by Bill Thomson. She passed away May 20th, 1995 after a battle witn cancer. In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Cancer Society of Canadian Arthritis Foundation. SO s Announcements 1000-1999 Employment J ; 2000-2999 Goods & Services ..3000-3999 1-900 Services 1225 TransportationDrive 4000-4999 RecreationDrive 5000-5999 Trades & Professions 6000-6999 FarmIndustrial 7000-7999 Real Estate 8000-8999 Accommodation .9000-9499 DEATHS 1000 NORRIS It is with great sadness that the family announces the passing of Kath leen Eva Norris on Sunday, May 21, 1995, The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, May 26th at 2:00 p.m. at the Delisle United Church, Densie, SK, conducted oy Rev. Jeanette LibertyDunns. Left to cher ish her memory are her three sons; Grant (Maureen) of Delisle, SK, Allan (Betty-Anne) of Calgary, AB and Jack (Deanna) of Delisle, SK, ten grandchildren; Brent (Dana), Barry (Deb), Blaine (Amber), Julie Bernard Bouma, Joan (Brad Rice, Wayne, Michelle (Nik) Whistlecraft, Dave, Paul, Paula (Darrel) Zacharias; and eleven great-grandchildren; one sister Olive Pozer of Calgary, AB. Kathleen was predeceased by her husband Tom in 1984, her parents Mr. William and Mrs, Clara Hill, Two sis ters; Doris Payne and Edna Riddell. Kath leen was born in a midwife house In the Montgomery area in Saskatoon on Sep tember 28, 1913. She was raised on a homestead with her three sisters five miles east of Blrdvlew (later named Donavon). On July 18, 1935 she was mar ried to Tom Norris of Donavon and that same year moved to Meskanaw, where they farmed for five years. In 1940, they returned to Donavon to take over the Nor ris homestead and raised their three sons. She was a member of the Frontenac Willing Workers, the Donavon UCW and later, the Densie women s institute as an Agricultural Convenor. She enjoyed the studies and the warm fellowship of the Saskatchewan Women's Institute. It brought her the joy of travels that other members were able to do. She always en joyed having her family and friends visit and had a genuine interest in tneir lives. The Honorary Pallbearers will be; "All Those who Shared In Kathleen's Life". The Active Pallbearers will be her grandsons; Brent, Barry, Blaine, Wayne, David, and Paul Norris. For those so wishing, donations to the Delisle Senior's Centre would be appreciated. Interment will take place in the Donavon Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. RADLOFF Frank Kenneth, who was born December 9, 1916 at Star City, SK. passed away peacefully in his sleep at his home In Nipawin on Tuesday, May 16, 1995 at the age of 78 years. Lett to trea sure his memory is his loving family: wife Inez, daughter Sharon (Tokarchuk) of Saskatoon, grandchildren Byron (Maureen) and Kim (Crothers), and great grandchildren Jason and Jasmine; daughter Shirley (Ray) Burtman of Nipawin, and grandchildren Dylan, Candlce, and Wade; son Spencer of Calgary; daughter Debbie (Bruce) Rad off-Gabriel of Kingston, UN ana grand children Kaili and Bryn. He is also survived by his sister Maxine (Ken) Ferguson of Melfort, sister Kay (Stuart) Valentine of Vancouver; brother Glen ("Biggie") Radloff of Star City; sister Betty (Dick) Wert of Saskatoon; brother Paul Rae Radloff of Mexico, and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins. He was predeceased by his parents Paul Frank Radloff and Emma (Hen-nings), his sisters Grace (Neu) and Rhea (Wozniak). Frank and Inez owned Servu Stores Ltd. In Nipawin. Frank was active in community development and served In numerous capacities as Chairperson of the Schoolboard (11 years), Mayor of Nipawin (22 years), and Member of the Legislature (8 years). Frank was a long-time member of the Nipawin Rotary Club, having served as President and receiving a Paul Harris Fellowship. He was awarded a life-membership in the Elks' Lodge and in the O.O.F. Frank also served in many differ ent capacities In the Nipawin United Church. He took every opportunity to make difference in his family and In his com munity life. The Funeral Service was held from the Nipawin Evergreen Center on Friday, May 19 at 2:00 p.m, Officiating clergy were Ken Anstie and Barbara Bryant-An-stle. If desired, Memorial tributes may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation. Service arrangements were entrusted to the HERITAGE FUNERAL HOME of Nipawin. r " f f. li 'el j L- .:- - . aiW : : .sss-- y H ,imm - ft ..KS s . f A J MI? "Lots of calls. DEATHS 1000 PFLIGER The passing of Ruby Cathe rine Pfliger (nee Verbonac) of Saskatoon, SK occurred on Monday, May 22, 1995 at City Hospital, Saskatoon at the age of 50 years. Ruby is survived by her loving husband Alphonse of Saskatoon; her daugh ter Cheryl Brent) Card; 3 granddaughters, Stephanie, Danielle, & Jasmine Card; one sister Frances (Ed) Ferster of Saskatoon 5 brothers: Lloyd (Leona), Richard, Gor don, Edward, and Les; Father-in-law, John Pfliger of Rosetown and numerous nieces and nephews. The Funeral Service will be held on Friday, May 26, 1995 at 1:00 p.m at Knox United Church, 838 Spadina Cr. Saskatoon, with Rev. Ivan Wilson officiat ing. Interment of cremains will take place in the woodlawn cemetery, saskatoon Arrangements are in care of OUTLOOKFUNERALCHAPEL. BROTEN Arnold Peder Broten, age 83, late of Oliver Lodge, Saskatoon passed away at his home on Saturday, May 20, 1995. The Funeral Service will be held from Acadia Drive Funeral Chapel (Eight Street and Acadia Drive) on Thurs day, May 25th at 2:00 p.m. with Pastor Ivar Moen officiating. Arnold Broten is dearly remembered by his loving wife Josephine for 60 years of marriage, three daughters and three sons: Louise Veale of Saskatoon; Phil (Eleanor) broten or uia Crow, Yukon; Lome (Vicki) Broten of Lan- gley, BC; Amy Robertson (Don Andreen) of Saskatoon; Flo Broten (ueorg nenning) or Saskatoon; Howard (Pat) Broten of Alexan dria, ON; 21 grandchildren; 28 great grandchildren; two great great grandchil dren; two sisters and two Brothers: Mildred Leigh of Surrey, BC; Louis (Vera) Broten of Edmonton, AB; Clarice wiiburn of Choiceland, SK and Norman (Emilia) Broten of Ottawa, ON; his sister-in-law: Renee Broten of Victoria, BC; numerous nieces and nephews. He was prede ceased by his infant son Arnold Murray; his parents: Anton and Clara (Berwick) Broten; his brother Hans; brothers-in-law: Fred Leigh and Glen Wiiburn. Arnold Bro ten emigrated from North Dakota to the Meacham District with his parents at an early age. He was raised and educated in Meacham. in 1930 he attended Normal School in Saskatoon. He married Jose phine Sass on August 4, 1935 in the Swedish Lutheran Church near snowden SK. Arnold's teaching career moved them to many communities in Saskatchewan: Meacham, Choiceland, Paddockwood, El- stow, Shell Lake, Canwood and Pinehouse districts. He retired in 1975 to Parkside, SK where he was the Village Secretary un til 1988 when they moved to saskatoon He enjoyed his hobbles of reading, poetry wnting and painting. He loved his children and grandchildren and would spend many hours playing games and story telling in his teasing manner. Memorials, In lieu of flowers, would be appreciated It directed to the Oliver Lodge (1405 Faulkner Crescent, Saskatoon, S7L 3R5). Interment to follow at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600). FISCHER Mr. Robert (Bob) Gene Fis cher of Calgary, passed away suddenly at the Rockyvlew General Hospital on May 21, 1995 at the age of 57 years. Bob will be lovingly remembered by: his wife, Shirley; his children, David of Vancouver and Judy of Calgary; his father, Arlon of Saskatoon; and brothers, Ron and Carol of Kel-owna, Dwight and Pat of Arelee; mother-in-law, Ann Wass of Edmonton; as well as brothers and sisters-in-law, Rose and Murray Rogers of Calgary, Ed' and Jerrilyn Wass of Victoria, Judy and Herold Hudson of Sherwood Park and Joyce and Lawrence LeMay of Edmonton; and seven nieces and five nephews. He was predeceased by his mother, Violet in 1984. Bob was raised in Arelee, SK, and joined the R.C.M.P. in 1958. His career took him and his family to many locations In Canada where he touched many lives and made many friends. After a rewarding 35 year career, Bob retired as Superintendent, Officer in Charge of the Commercial Crime Section, Vancouver. Bob, Shirley and Judy returned to Calgary for retirement. His new found love was bird carving, bod was always a gentle, loving and caring person and will be deeply missed oy mose wno Knew mm. Funeral Services will be held at Deer Park United Church, (77 Deer Point Rd. S.E.) on Thursday, May 25, 1995 at 2:00 p.m. with the Rev. John Pentland and the Rev. Jennifer Ferguson officiating. Interment will be held at Eden Brook Memorial Gardens. If friends so desire, Memorial tributes may be made directly to the Deer Park United Church Memorial Fund, 77 Deer Point Rd. S.E.. Calgary, AB, T2J 5W5 or to the Rocky view General Hospital C.C.U. i.C.U. Unit, 7007 - 14th St. S.W., Calgaiy, ab, T2V 1P9. Arrangements In care of MclNNIS & HOLLOWAY FUNERAL HOMES "Fish Creek Chapel", 14441 Bannister Road S.E. Telephone: 403-256 9575. sstfieds Call ..I 653-2100 f Today! Here's Proof! 1981 BONAIR TENT Trailer, sleeps 5, icebox, stove, sink, very clean. $1 750. Phone 000-0000. Good readership. - Sold." Darryl Saskatoon Voice Personal Service Look for Personal Touch every Thursday and Saturday In The StarPhoenix. Find a Friend by Phone by dialing 66&6660 Respond to the ads at . 1-900451-6833 DEATHS 1000 K LASSEN The passing of John Klas-sen of Saskatoon occurred at his place of residence, at the Eventide Nursing Home, on Sunday, May 21, 1995'in his 84th year. John is survived by his wife, Lena; three step-daughters, Doreen (Leo) Josephson of Meadow Lake, SK, Faye (John) Sidorak and Lynn Monseler, both of Saskatoon, SK; six grandchildren, Michele (Dwayne), Darren, Kevin, Derek, Christine and Trevor; two half-sisters, Vivian McMillian and Gladys Giesbrecht; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents; one sister, Edna Skinner and two brothers, George and Harry. The Funeral Service will be held from Park Funeral Chapel, 311 Third Avenue North, on Thursday, May 25, 1995 at 1:00 p.m., officiating will be Rev. N. Stewart Dingwall. Nutana Legion Branch 362 will have the Legion Rites conducted by Lome Wood. Interment will take place in the Garden of The Old Rugged Cross, Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. In lieu of flowers, Memorial donations may be made to The Salvation Army Eventide Home for Senior Citizens, 2221 Adelaide Street East, Saskatoon, SK, S7J 0J6. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. (Courtesy parking is available directly South of the Chapel.) MAXEMUIK Nick, born May 15, 1918 at Insinger, SK, passed away May 22, ' 1995 at Peace Arch Hospital, White Rock, L BC. He Is survived by Stella, his loving wife ; of 51 years; children, Iris (Robert) Stubbs ' of S. Surrey, Virginia McKay of Victoria, , Lawrence (Peggy) Maxemuik of salmon Arm, Dariene (Ian) Webb of Vancouver; and seven grandchildren, Natasha and - Stephen, Samantha, Spencer and Neil, ' Mathew and Amanda; and one surviving ; sister, Lena (Harry) Hluchman of Thunder ? Bay; and numerous nieces, nephews and - cousins. He is predeceased by his broth- ers. Bill and Mike; and sister, Kate. Pray- ; ers will be held Thursday, May 25 at 7:00 ; p.m. at Avalon-Surrey Funeral Home, 13288-108 Ave., Surrey. Funeral Services .' will be held Friday, May 26 at 10:00 a.m. I at Saint Mary s Ukrainian Orthodox : Church, 10765-135A Street, Surrey, BC. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Cancer Society would be appreciated. ' : WHEELER The death of Frances Wheeler age 82 ears of Asquith, SK oc curred at her residence on Saturday May 20, 1995. The funeral service will be held on Thursday May 25, 1995 at 2:00 pm from Asquith Baptist Church. Conducted by pastor Vernon Winter. Surviving are: 1 sister, Rita (Henry) Guenter Abbotsford, BC; 1 brother; John (Ellen) Wheeler, Saskatoon, SK; 8 neices and nephews. Frances was predeceased by her parents Alfred & Annie Wheeler, sister & brother-in-law Russell & Evelyn Rice; brothers James & William Wheeler; nephew Delbert Rice. In memory of Frances the family has requested .that memorial donations be made to the Asquith Baptist Church. Interment will be held in Asquith Cemetery. Arrangements are in care of DALMENY FUNERAL HOME. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1007 ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL 955-1600 JohnSchachtel 915 Acadia Dr WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdock 65M434, 20th St. & Ave. N. SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards, Don Stwppard Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave. North PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL GREG M. IAIACH & DAVID J. SCHURR 311 3RD AVE. NO. 244-2103 McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT McKAGUE - JOE M0YNHAM Phone 664-3131 300 3rd Ave. S. Martens Warman Funeral Home John Martens, 934-4888. Warman, SK. DALMENY FUNERAL HOME Gerald Funk - 254-2022 - Dalmeny, Sask. CREMATORIUMS 1020 HILLCREST MEMORIAL GARDENS & CREMATORIUM The leading cemetery of alt faiths for over 40 years. Arrangements In Memorial & Cremation Services, Cemetery, Upright Monuments, Niche Columbarium 477-2236. PRAIRIE VIEW CREMATORIUM Memorial and Cremation Services. Highway 11 South 2427884 Box 2061 MONUMENTS 1030 MID-WEST MEMORIALS LIMITED 9 -1527 Ontario Ave. 242-2111 IN MEMORIAM 1060 COCKL6-Fred.May23.1978. Dad-gone, but not forgotten We still think of you often Love Daughter Hazel and family. COOQIN8 (John Patrick) Pat. In loving memory of our dear husband, father and grandfather who pes&ea away May m, itfyj. Nothing can ever take away The love a heart holds dear Fond memories linger every day Remembrance keeps him near Deeply missed by your loving wife Kay, and family. GROSS In memory of Phillip William, who passed away May 24, 1975. We think of you In silence We often speak your name All we have are memories And a picture in a frame Our hearts still ache in silence Our silent lears still flow For what It meant to lose you No one will ever know. Lovingly remembered by Pauline and family. I

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