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Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada
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imnnH pn m , i "'t t" i1 fi ri'Vi ww Section CI Tuesday, May 9th. 1995 The StarPhaeiik Helpful 204 Sth Avenue North Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2P1 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 featured in this section daily. f I Phone Service: Monday to Friday-8:00 Closed Saturdays vJZo Sunday-3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. T 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 Lyle Sinkewlcz Executive Vlct-Pnsidtnt Steven Gibb Editor WitlPopotf Associate Editor Sarath Peiris managing Editor Greg Mclean Advertising Director Glen Houle Production Manager -Press Larry Funk Production Manager -PrePress Craig Peterson Promotions Manager Wayne Wohlberg Circulation Mariteting Manager JackPhiops Circulation Services Manager Gail Kukuruda Human Resources Manager EldonAmundson Controller Subscription Rates: Horn delivery In Saskatoon $10.75 per month for dally service. S2.00 per week for Friday and Saturday service when prepaid. Mall rates In Canada $33.00 per month, U.S.A. and Foreign $59.20 per month. Rural Inquiries may phone 1-800-667-200$. 204 Sth Ave. N. Saskatoon, Sask. S7K 2P1. DEATHS 1000 KAROLAT Erie August Karolat, loving husband of Doris passed away peacefully on May 8, 1995 at the age of 59. Eric is survived and lovingly remembered by his wife Doris; children, Brenda (Stan) Valnicek, Deric, Lori and grandchildren Kristen and Lucy. Also left to mourn his passing are his brother and sister-in-law: Harry and Evelyn; sister-in-law Tena; father-in-law Oli Kirstjanson; along with nu merous nieces and nephews, and his many close friends. Eric was predeceased by his father and mother August and Anna (Schultz); brother Vern; and mother-in-law Sena Kristjansori. Eric was born and raised in the farming community of Rabbit Lake, SK. Eric and his mother Anna moved to Saskatoon where Eric worked for Bow man Brothers, Household Finance, and as a Co-owner and Manager of National Out board Marine. After selling his business Eric worked in real estate until his retirement in 1988. Eric enjoyed many hobbies and activities including camping, the out doors, and especially his old time fiddling. Eric belonged to the "Fiddle Friends" play ing at the western Development Museum, Folkfest and as a volunteer at many of the senior citizens homes. He also enjoyed dancing with the Happy Wanderers Square Dance Club, where he formed many lasting friendships. A Celebration of Life Service will be held from Acadia Drive Funeral Chapel (Eight Street and Acadia Drive) on Thursday, May 11th at 1:30 p.m. with Pas tor Gene Grant presiding. The Family wishes to thank our many friends tor all the thoughtfulness and support given during Eric's illness. We would also like to thank all Eric s caregivers at tne city and St. Paul's Hospitals whose kindness and comfort has been greatly appreciated, in lieu of flowers, please send donations in memory of Eric, to St. Paul s Hospital Palliative Care Unit (1702 - 20th Street West, Saskatoon, S7M 0Z9). Arrangments are entrusted to ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600). , COWAN Mrs. Belle Cowan, our beloved mother and grandmother departed on Friday, May 5, 1995. Predeceased by her parents, Mary and Charles Stuart; sister Myrtle Dryden, Audrey Stuart, Grace Ford, brothers Jim and Charles Stuart; first husband John Douglas McQuarrie; husband Thomas Lindsay Cowan. She is survived by her sons, John (Catherine) of Regina and their children Hilarey, Ian and Neil; Tom, of Calgary and his sons Fraser and Scott; Seann Canumara of Saskatoon; her daughter Marylynn (Murray) of Edmonton; brother Leslie (Dorothy) Stuart of Ponoka, AB; sister Helen (Don) Flem-ming of Moncton, NB; sisters-in-law Greta Stuart, of Moncton, NB; Grace (Bob) Bingham of Halifax, NS; Mary McQuarrie of Moncton, NB; and Elizabeth Frankling of Kingston, ON; many cousins, nephews and nieces, as well as numerous good friends. Belle was born in Moncton, NB on January 9, 1913. Prior to moving West In 1945, she was employed in the CNR general offices. Her work for St. John's Ambulance in WWII, earned her numerous -awards. Always active, she was involved in United Church work, CGIT leadership, PTA associations, Kinettes, Kayettes, as well as auxiliary associations to the RCAF Association, Royal (University) Hospital, cubs and scouts. She enjoyed skating with the Saskatoon Skating Club, dancing, bowling, traveling, and playing bridge. Her independent spirit and determination will be sadly missed. In lieu of flowers, a donation may be made to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, or another charitable organization. Following Cremation, her full life will be celebrated in a Memorial Service at Bethel United Church, 1141-5th Street East, Saskatoon, on Wednesday, May 10, 1995 at 3:00 p.m. Tea and reception will follow at the church. SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME in charge of arrangements. a.m. to 7:00 p.m. a.m. to 5:30 p.m. DEATHS 1000 KROWCHUK Helen Edith (nee Martin) born on July 23. 1917 passed away May 7, 1995 at St. Pauls Palliative Care Unit, after a long struggle with cancer. The Fu neral Service will be held on Wednesday, May 10th at 10:00 a.m. conducted by Rev. Charles MacNutt from the Chapel of the Saskatoon Funeral Home. Helen marned Michael Krowchuk on April 8, 1937. She was predeceased by her husband Michael March 30,1994; and her parents Jack and Eliza Martin at a young age. Helen is sur vived by daughter Leota (Frank) peters; sons Michael (Dee Dee), Richard (Elaine), and Ronald (Caron) all of Saskatoon; sis ters Kay Webster of Lucknow, ON and Verna of Saskatoon; grandchildren Dwayne, Brad, Karen (Ray Dueck), Steven Kurtis, Alicia, Jennifer, and Dannielle; great grandchildren Tanya Lee and Donevin. Helen was born ana raised in Saskatoon and attended Pleasant Hill School. She was involved with the 2nd Saskatoon Cubs and Scouts for many years. She enjoyed many years of bowling for the sport and the friends she made Over the years she spent many hours cro cheting tablecloths for her children and grandchildren. Many hours were also spent knitting sweaters for the family. Her other greatest joys in lite were her pets, her flowers and her crafts. She will be re membered and loved by all. In lieu of flow ers donations may be made to St. Pauls Palliative Care Unit or the Canadian Can cer Society. Courtesy parking south of the Chapel on the corner of 4th Ave. and 25th St. Arrangements have been entrusted to the SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME and Prai rie view crematorium. BERTHIAUME Ronald E. "Ron" Berthl aume, age 51, late of Saskatoon, passed away at Royal University Hospital on Fri day, May 5, 1995. The Funeral Liturgy will be held from St. Augustine's Catholic Par ish (602 Boychuk Drive) on Tuesday, May 9th at 2:00 p.m. with Rev. Father Les Paquin presiding. Ron is lovingly remembered by: his wife Ellen: his two daughters, Rhonda and Heather (Dallas) Mandtler, of Saskatoon; his father Alfred Berthiaume of Regina; also several other relatives. Memorial donations would be appreciated if directed to the Cancer Research, co Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon, S7N 0X0 or St. Paul's Hospital Foundation - Renal Unit, 1702 - 20th Street West, Saska toon, S7M 0Z9. Rite of Committal will fol low in Hillcrest Memorial Gardens. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL (955-1600 Sas katoon. GEORGE Deanna Louise (Gudmund-son) of Vermillion, AB, passed away sud denly on May 4, 1995, at the age of 42. Funeral arrangements are entrusted to oCHULER-LErEoVRE FUNERAL HOME, Humboldt, SK. The Funeral will be held at the Knox United Church in Lanigan, SK on Tuesday, May 9, 1995 at 2:00 p.m. Deanna is lovingly remembered by her children: Dwayne (Lorraine) Sagh, and daughters Wendy and Jocelyn, of Lanigan, SK, Myrna (Murray) Mccracken, and daughter Suzanne of Shellbrook, SK, Catherine Sagh of Saskatoon, SK, Clint George of Estevan, SK, Jayson George and daughter Alyssa of Lanigan, SK. Deanna is also survived by her mother Lurena Gud-mundson, of Lanigan, SK; her grandmother, Ida Davis, of Lanigan, SK; her brother Robert (Elaine) Gudmundson and their children Christin and Crystal of Humboldt, SK. Deanna was predeceased by her loving husband, John George in 1990 and by her father Victor Gudmundson. Deanna is also lovingly remembered by Stan Kushnerick and his daughters Shelly, Cindy, and Jennifer of Vermillion, AB. Deanna was known by her family and friends as a fun-loving, outgoing person who had a special zest for life. She will be sadly missed by all. Deanna also had a special love for the outdoors and enjoyed caring for animals. Deanna was exception ally talented in arts and crafts and enjoyed working on these when time allowed. In lieu of flowers donations can be made to the Canadian Heart & Stroke Foundation, or the Knox United Church of Lanigan, SK. Deadlines & Cancels Advertisement copy must beat our office, phoned or faxed: a) Liners-6:00p.m. for nextday publication b) Classified Display-12:00 noon for next day publication c) Cancels & Correction Liners -6:00 p.m. for next day publication Classified Display-4:00 p.m. for nextday publication 4:30p.m. Friday for Monday publication 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. Weguarnatee that advertisements will appear in the proper determined classification, howeverwe do not guarantee positioning within the classification. Applies to Private Party Ads Only. VfSA DEATHS 1000 WEIMAN The death of Mr. Frank Alfred Weiman of Bruno, SK, occurred at St. Eliz abeth's Hospital, Humboldt, SK on Sunday, May 7, 1995. Mr. Weiman was 81 years of age. Frank was born to George and Susan (nee Streitenberger) weiman on January 6, 1914 at Bruno. He married Angeline Sand on July 5, 1938 at Bruno and they lived and farmed on the Weiman homestead, north of Bruno. In 1967, they retired and moved into town. Among Frank's most pleasurable pastimes were fishing, gardening and playing the accor dion. Frank will be lovingly remembered by his wife of 56 years. Angeline (nee band) Weiman of Bruno, SK; their six children, Bernice (Karl) Grueter, and Florence (Colin) Arthurs, all of Saskatoon, SK, Lor raine (Dennis) Jungwirth of Edmonton, AB, Sylvia Kohle, Neil (Carol) Weiman, and Beatrice (Robert nrentz, all ot bruno, sk; 17 grandchildren and seven great-grand children; a sister, Moiiie Bender of Bruno, SK, and a sister-in-law, Rose Weiman, also of Bruno, SK. He was predeceased by his parents, George and Susan (nee Stre itenberger) Weiman; four brothers, John, Joe, George and Andrew Weiman; a sister, Mary (Alois) Herman; a grandson, Dean Krentz; and by a brother-in-law, Peter Bender. A Prayer Service will be held for Frank at St. Bruno R.C. Church, Bruno, on Tuesday, May 9, 1995 at 7:30 p.m. The Funeral Mass will be offered from St Bruno R.C. Church on Wednesday, May 10, 1995 at 2:30 p.m., celebrated by Rev. Fr. Leo Hinz, O.S.B. Honorary Pallbearers will be all those who shared in Frank s life". Interment will follow at St. Bruno R.C, Cemetery. Active Pallbearers will be grand sons, Brent Jungwirth, Carey Hepp, Tracy Grueter, Dwight Kohle, Cory Weiman and Terry weiman. Memorial donations di rected to the Bruno Enriched Housing Fund will be gratefully received by the fam ily. Funeral arrangements have been en trusted to SCHULER-LEFEBVRE FUNERAL CHAPEL, Humboldt. (682-4114) STOBBS The passing of Mrs. Kath leen Elizabeth Stobbs, age 84 years of Saskatoon occurred at a local hospital on Sunday, May 7, 1995. Funeral Arrangements are pending and will be announced in early June, 1995 due to family away on vacation. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. ATKINSON It is with great sadness that the family announce the death of Rose Atkinson, age 77 years, of Saska toon, SK. She died peacefully on Saturday, May 6, 1995, after a courageous battle with cancer. Funeral services will be held at the Saskatoon Funeral Home on Tuesday, May 9, 1995, at 2:00 p.m. with Interment to follow at Woodlawn Cemetery. Left to cherish her memory are: her loving husband, Bob; son Bill (Valerie) of Win nipeg; daughters, Lois Wagner (Glenn) and Linda Atkinson (Bob Lague) of Saska toon; seven grandchildren, Lon (Noel) Kyle, Rob Atkinson, Andrew, Curtis, and Jeffrey Wagner, and Bobby and Billy Lague; and one great-grandchild, Austin Kyle; sisters, Phyllis (Bill) Ecclestone and Eirlys (Bert) Mortimer; and brothers Dyfrig (Trudy) Rees and Raymond (Mavis) Rees; one brother-in-law, Adrian (Joan) Balster; a sister-in-law, Honor Rees; a dear aunt, Ce-inwen Stanley; and numerous nieces, nephews and cousins, In Great Britain. Also left to mourn are one brother-in-law, Don (Mane) Atkinson and family; and sis ter-in-law, Lois Atkinson. Rose was predeceased by her parents, William and Daisy Rees; one brother, Gwyn; and two sisters, Eunice Balster and Ethel Gray. Rose was born on October 15, 1917 in Cwmavon, South Wales. She completed her formal education in Wales, followed by nursing training in a psychiatric hospital In England. During World War II, she worked in Civil Defence, surviving the bombing of London during several air raids. Emigrat ing to Canada in 1947, she worked for a time as a nanny In Montreal and after coming to Western Canada, as a sales clerk in Saskatoon. She married Bob Atkinson on December 27, 1949. Rose was a very ac tive member of Trinity United Church, and also worked as a volunteer with the Cana dian Cancer Society. She was a great in spiration to the many mastectomy pa tients whom she counselled through the Keacn to Recovery Program. She was a member of the Osteoporosis Society and member of the Ladies Auxiliary, Royal Canadian Legion. Rose had a great sense of humour that was evident right to her final days. Rose's family was her life. Her devotion to her husband, children and grandchildren will always be cherished. She will always be remembered by those whose lives she touched. The family Is very appreciative of the wonderful care rendered to Rose by the Palliative Care Unit and staff of Wards 6100 & 6200, Royal University Hospital. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society or the Palliative Care Unit, Royal University Hospital, Saskatoon, SK. Arrangements have been entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. A Announcements 1000-1999 Employment - 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 PHILLIPS The death of Joan Phillips occurred suddenly on Friday, May 5, 1995. A Service of Remembrance will be held on Wednesday, May 10th at 3:00 p.m. from the chapel of SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME with Rev. Dr. Ivan Wilson officiating. (Courtesy parking south of the chapel, corner of 4th Ave and 25th Street). A com plete obituary notice will follow in Wednes day s newspaper. Arrangements have been entrusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. BOYKO The passing of Mrs. Nettie Anastasia Boyko, age 92 years of Saskatoon, occurred at a local hospital on Mon day, May 8, 1995. Funeral arrangements are pending and will be announced at a later date. Arrangements are in care of PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL. POULIN Aiphe Aime Poulin passed away on May 5th, 1995, at the age of 59, at the Carrot River Hospital, after a long struggle with Cancer. He was born April 1st, 1936 in Zenon Park, Sask. Alphe taught school in Aylsham, Lake Lenore, and at St. Peter's College in Muenster. He was Coach and General Manager of the Prince Albert Raiders for 4 years, and then moved to Edmonton, where he sold real estate for Arcana Agencies. He was prede ceased by his father, Napoleon, in 1950, and a brother Leo in 1972. He leaves to mourn his mother, Yvonne, from Zenon Park; two brothers, Henri (Juliette) from Zenon Park and Raymond (Clemence) from Edmonton, AB; five sisters, Helene (Leo) Goudreau from Beaumont, AB, Cecile (Laurier) McCrea, Alice (Wilfrid) Valois, Carmel (Jean) Lebel, all from Ze non Park, and Lorraine (Gordon) Bugg from Unity, SK, as well as many nieces and nephews. The Funeral will take place at Ze non Park Catholic church on Wednesday, May 10th at 10:30 A.M. Barron's Funeral Home in Tisdale is In charge ot arrangments. BASSINGTHWAIGHTE Richard Jona- thon Bassingthwaighte died on May 6, 1995 at his home with his family at his side, after a long and courageous struggle with cancer. He was cared for by his loving wife Ruth who was assisted by their children. He is survived by his wife of fifty years, Ruth; four children, Linda of Vancouver, Janis of Saskatoon, Brian (Bev) of Battleford and Carol of Nanaimo; four grandchildren, Robin (Jennifer) Wilcox, Zane Wilcox, Beth Bassingthwaighte and Liam Bassingthwaighte; his brother, Spencer (Audrey) Bassingthwaite of Lethbridge; and numerous nieces and nephews. He was predeceased by his parents, Harry and Ethel Bassingthwaighte; brothers, Basil and Alvin (Bernice) Bassingthwaighte; and sisters, Edith Bassingthwaighte and Fern (George) Wrean. Richard was born on farm In the Reford, SK area on Decem ber 4, 1919. He attended the School of Vocational Agriculture at the University of Saskatchewan, worked as a painter for many years then he and Ruth owned and operated Fast Car Wash Ltd. until their re tirement. Richard was a long time mem ber of Mavfair United Church, serving on various committees, a Charter Member of the Klwanis Club of Rlversdale and a committed volunteer with many community organizations. He enjoyed hunting, camping, curllna. and golfing with his many friends. The Memorial Service will be held on Tues day, May 9th at 2:00 p.m. at Maytair United Church. 902 - 33rd St. West, con ducted by Rev. Jack Carr and Rev. Stewart Dingwall. Memorial donations io nnayrair United Church Memorial Fund, 902 - 33rd St. West, S7L 0W6 or to the Canadian Cancer Society, 438 - 2nd Ave. North, S7K 2C3 or to a charity of choice would be appreciated by the family In lieu of flowers. The family wishes to thank Dr. H.R. Baldwin for his loving care of Richard arid the support he provided the family, also Home Care staff for their support and service and the friends who offered support right to the end. Cremation and Service arrangements have been entrusted to WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL (653-3434). VP MM! 1965 CHRYSLER V8, auto., p s., p b cond., $3900. Bob "Pleased with the response" DEATHS 1000 RICE Evelyn of Saskatoon passed away peacefully at the age of 85 years on Sunday, May 7, 1995. The Funeral Service will be held on Wednesday, May 10 at 1:00 p.m. from the chapel of the Saska toon Funeral Home at 4th Ave. and 25th Street (courtesy parking south of the chapel) with Pastor Garth Carter officiat ing. Evelyn is survived by her children, Wendell (Ruth) of Beaver Lodge, AB, Stan ley (Judy) of Prince Albert, SK, and Jean (Bill) Keith of Saskatoon; and daughter-in- law, Ruby of Saskatoon; nine grandchil dren; twelve great-grandchildren; brother, John (Ellen) Wheeler of Saskatoon; sis ters, Frances Wheeler of Asquith, Rita (Henry) Guenther of Abbotsford, BC; and numerous nieces and nephews. Evelyn was predeceased by her husband Russell son Delbert; her parents; and two brothers Jim and Bill. Evelyn grew up In Asquith. She marned Russell in 1935 and they farmed together in Asquith until 1955 when they moved to Saskatoon. For many years Eve lyn devoted her time to visiting the chroni cally ill and disabled. Evelyn was a tremendous role model. In lieu of flowers dona tions may be made to Gideons International of Canada, Saskatoon East, co Arthur Willems, 222 Forsyth Court, Saska toon, SK, S7N 4H2. Saskatoon West, co Harry Giesbrecht, 8 Kusch Crescent, Sas katoon, SK, S7L 3T5. Interment to follow at Asquith Cemetery. Arrangements en trusted to SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME. FUNERAL DIRECTORS 1007 WESTWOOD FUNERAL CHAPEL Rae J. Murdoch 653-3434. 20th St. & Ave. N. DALMENY FUNERAL HOME Gerald Funk - 254-2022 - Datmeny. Sask. SASKATOON FUNERAL HOME W. Arnold Edwards, Don Sheppard Ph. 244-5577 338 4th Ave. North PARK FUNERAL CHAPEL GREG M. LALACH & DAVID J. SCHURR 3113RDAVE.NO. 244-2103 McKAGUE'S FUNERAL CHAPELS ROBERT McKAGUE - JOE MOYNHAM Phone 664-3131 - 300 3rd Ave. S. Martens Waiman Funeral Home John Martens, 9344888. Warman. SK. ACADIA DRIVE FUNERAL CHAPEL 955-1600 John Schachtel 915 Acadia Dr CREMATORIUMS 1020 PRAIRIE VIEW CREMATORIUM Memorial and Cremation Services. Highway 11 South 242-7884 Box 2061 HILLCREST MEMORIAL GARDENS & CREMATORIUM The leading cemetery of ail faiths for over 40 years. Arrangements in Memorial & Cremation Services, Cemetery, Upright Monuments, Niche Columbariums 477-2236. MONUMENTS 1030 MID-WEST MEMORIALS LIMITED 9-1527 Ontano Ave. - 242-211 1 IN MEMORIAM 1060 KERELCHUK In loving memory of our son. hus band, brother, uncle, "Terry", who passed away two years ago May 9, 1993. May he rest In peace with God forever. Always remembered & loved. Mom & Dad kerelchuk, Mom & Dad & Cindy Martineau, wife Carmel, sister Judy, Peter Schrgol & special mece Jesslyn, KIRK Stephen Scott. June 13, 1970 - May 9. 1989. In loving memory of our grandson. You were special We miss you very much. But always feel you near. We love you. Grandpa & Grandma McNaught. KIRK Stephen Scott. June 13, 1970 - May 9, 1989. Son-Brother-Uncle Young, Handsome. Athletic Loving, Kind, Full of Laughter Enthusiastic -All you! Great memories we share. NowFreel Love you dear - Mom 4 Dad, Vern & Michelle, Bruct Laurie, Stephanie & Joseph. MUCH In loving memory of my dear mom, Helen Much, who passed away March 8, 1984. Today would have been your Birthday, Mom, May 9. I think about you often, I think about you still. You have not been forgotten. And you never will. You are always In my heart. Lovingly remembered by your daughter, Karen Much. COTT8 Terry John. November 22, 1958 - May 9, liiyj. Sadly missed by loving parents Pat and Nora; brothers, Todd, Jeff, Trm and family; and special friend Judy. I wWf I issifieds all 653-2100 0 Today! Here's Proof! 300 Saratoga, 4 dr., sand color, 393 , one owner, 51 ,809 miles, super 000-0000 or 000-0000. Bobx Saskatoon Voice Personal Service Look for Personal Touch every Thursday and Saturday in The StarPhoenix. Find a Friend by Phone by dialing 668-6660 Respond to the ads at 1-900-4514833 IN MEMORIAM 1060 GIDLUCK Tyler John Russell. In loving memory of our dear son and brother who passed away May 9, 1994. Softly the leaves of memory fall Gently we gather and treasure them all Unseen, unheard, you areevernear Always missed, always remembered. Always Joved. Ron, Darleen and family. GIDLUCK Tyler-May 21, 1980-May 9, 1994. In memory of our dear friend Tyler. It's been a year since we last saw you, Our memory remains clear The mischievous sparkle in your eye Your smile and laugh seldom a fear. Your large fingers making Lego creations Then moving on to piano sensations Your joy in a game of hockey You r love for a chocol ate ch ip cookie . We miss your friendship so! I! You'll remain treasured in our hearts always. Lovingly remembered bythe Harms Family. READ James A., who passed away May 9, 1992. We remember him with a smile today, He wasn 't one for tears, We reflect instead on memories. Of all the happy years. We recall to mind the way he spoke, The nice things that instead, The good advise he gave to us. His eyes that shone with laughter, . So much of him that never died, ' Lives on forever after. Your loving family, Dorothy, Patli. Ross, Ken, Deb, and grandchildren. STAVELY Tony. In Loving Memory of Father and Grandfather, who passed away May 8, 1992. Threeyears have passed, Dear Daddy, Since you were called away; How well do we remember That sad and weary day, Suffering much, you murmured not We watched you day by day; We prayed that your dear life, Would not be taken away. Always Remembered and sadly missed by daughter, Maureen and Grandchildren, Stephen, JohnandWaylon. CARD OF THANKS 1065 The family of the late Les Kincart wishes to express their sincere thanks to family, friends and neighbors for the many expressions of sympathy, prayers, visits, telephone calls, flowers, food, cards and memo-nal gifts. Special thank you to Rev. Father Syl Le- wans. Dr. McKee, and Don Sheppard and the Saska toon Funeral Home. Your kindness and sympathy are deeply appreciated. Thank you to A.N.A. Club for a lovely funeral luncheon. The Kincart Family. BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS 1071 NICKEL Danny & Blanche are proud to announce the birth of Zoey Danielle Ryder on May 8. 1995 at 9:30 am weighing 6 lbs, 6 ozs. Proud grandparents Wilfred & Agnes Mcnay or Knnce Aioert ana Lorene & Dr. A.J. Nickel of Saskatoon. Thanks to all the staff & doctors at St. Paul's Hospital. STONECHILD- Venita & Dwayne are proud to announce the arrival of their first child Amanda Hope Stonechild. Bom April 20. 1995 at 11:16 p.m., weighing 9 lbs. 3 oi. Special thanks to Dr. Wendy Vo- gel and RUH Staff. COMING EVENTS 1079 COSMOPOLITAN Senior Citizens Centre, 614 11th St. E. For Wed. Night Dances, 8 to 11 prn. Golden Melody - May 3, Willow Creek May 10. Phone 652-9766,6530194 LOST AND FOUND 1101 MISSING LARGE white dog, male, large reward. Call Don at 384348. LOST: Shopping bag containing blkwhtblugm wlndbreaker with bm leather wallet inside the pocket as well as important forms. GOOD REWARD will be glven.Phone:249-3046or384-9776. - black with white chin, bib , paws. 665-6472. LOST FEMALE Black Himllayan, Parkridge area, May ', deciawed & fixed. Please call 3H4-610J. LOST: On Sat. morning In Sutherland black & white male (neutered) cat. Please call 242-3974 after 5. NOTICES 1180 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE ESTATE OF GEORGE SIMPKINS. 83 YEARS OF AGE, DATE OF DEATH FEBRUARY 20. 1995. LATE OF SASKATOON, IN THE PROVINCE OF SASKATCHEWAN, RETIRED, DECEASED. All claims against the above estate, duly verified by Statutory Declaration and with particulars and valuation of security held, if any, must be sent to the undersigned before the 6th day of June, A.D. 1995. BENESH BIT2 ft COMPANY 1 9. 1 738 Quebec Avenue Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S8L1V9 Solicitors for the Executors w'l'S'jiy v"f"m.wmmi"y l'wi'JB ' ? 1 - - V '

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