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JULY 1, 2015
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Old Skool Revew: MuchMusic
X-Tendamix Dance Mix 1992 (Part One)
COREY AKTINSON
UNCUT
A skeptic would say that
the overwhelming success
of the Muchmusic dance
series of the early 90s had
less to do the actual mix
itself and more to do with
the fact that the station in
question was nearly the
only place to find music
now better classified as
EDM. And that skeptic would
be right.
Time has not been kind
to a lot of the choices of
Dance Mix 1990 and
Dance Mix 1991. All-time
classic dance songs, songs
that will continue to get
people onto the floor
decades later, were few
and far between. If you’re
going to make a compilation, make it worthwile.
Don’t get the rights for a
handful of good songs, put
your feet on the table and
say ‘Good job, guys, let’s
take the rest of the year
off ’. But 1992 saw a slight
change in that. Gregorian
chanting has gone the way
of… Gregorian monks.
The songs in the mix have
improved. 2 Unlimited’s
Get Ready For This has
started official celebrations for decades by now.
But for some reason, it’s
track number 17 of 17. It’s
sort of like asking people
if they’re ready to rock
and roll just as the stage is
being taken down.
Song number one? The
soulful half-rappy, pre-trip
hop Set Adrift on Memory
Bliss by P.M. Dawn. This
radio-friendly lite-FM staple samples Spandau Ballet’s True, itself an
overdramatic ballad
about platonic friendship.
So, party time is here!
The nearly perpetually
shirtless Ralph Tresvant,
one of the many ex-members of New edition, was
next on the disc with ‘Sensitivity’, which slows
down the tempo a bit and
bumps up the ratio of
loosely fitting white suitsper-artist.
“Why don’t you listen
to these on shuffle?” is a
question I often get from
people. “Cds aren’t meant
to be played on shuffle,” I
tell them.
But if you’ve been lulled
into sleep by the first two
tracks, most of the next
seven will blow your mind
away. Naughty By Nature’s
O.P.P., Right Here Right
Now by Jesus Jones, Unbelievable by EMF, I’m Too
Sexy by Right Said Fred,
Strike it Up by Black Box
and Good Vibrations from
future anti-vaxxer Marky
Mark (Wahlberg) and the
Funky Bunch featuring
Loletta Holloway.
(I Wanna Give You) Devotion, a House classic
from the U.K.’s Nomad, the
first song Steve McCutcheon from the group
ever wrote, rounds out
what may have been the
best 1-7 punch in dance
music history. Each of
these songs sound almost
perfect bumping into each
other and within their
own context and people
in 1992 really DUG this
stuff.
Clearly, someone knew
what they were doing as
this is nearly everything
that anyone could ask for
in a mix.
Next week, we’ll look at
the second half of the
album and why it all kind
of went downhill after
that.
Twenty fun Canadian facts
LISA GOUDY
Happy Birthday, Canada!
Today is our country’s
148th birthday. While
there are easily far more
than 148 fun facts about
Canada, here are 20 tidbits to enjoy.
1. More snakes are
seen in Winnipeg than
anywhere else. The Narcisse Snake Dens conversation area is 130
kilometers north of Winnipeg where one can see
tens of thousands of
garter snakes come out
of their dens between
mid-April and early May.
2. There is a secret
underground lab in Ontario. SNOLAB, designed
for neutrino and dark
matter physics, is the
deepest clean laboratory
in the world for this kind
of work in Sudbury, Ont.
3. In 1967, people built
the world’s first UFO
Landing Pad in St. Paul
in Alberta as a centennial project in 1967. Paul
Hellyer, the then Minister of National Defense,
officially opened it.
4. Canada is home to
the highest tides in the
world in the Bay of
Fundy in New Brunswick.
5. Canada’s coastline
is 243,977 kilometers, the
longest coastline of any
country.
6. The coldest temperature recorded in
Canada is -63C on Feb. 3,
1957 in Snag in Yukon.
7. The Prairies might
be the top end of Tornado Alley, but Iceberg
Alley can be found in
Labrador and Newfoundland. Every spring, large
ice islands broken off
glaciers in Greenland
come through Iceberg
Alley past the coast of
Labrador and Newfoundland. Some people harvest hese chunks for cool
products such as wine,
vodka, beer and skincare
products.
8. Della Falls in B.C. is
the highest waterfall in
Canada at 440 meters
high.
9. The sunniest place
in Canada is Estevan,
Sask. With 2,537 hours of
sunshine per year.
10. Approximately 90
per cent of Canada’s population is concentrated
within 160 kilometers of
the Canada and U.S. border.
11. Scott Abbott, a
sports journalist for
Canadian Press who was
born in Montreal and
Chris Haney, a journalist
for the Montreal Gazette
who was born in
Welland, Ont., invented
the game Trivial Pursuit.
12. We all love baseball, but the baseball
glove was invented in
1883 in Canada.
13. The oldest golf
club in North America is
the Royal Montreal Golf
Club, founded in 1873.
14. Wood Buffalo National Park, located on
the border of northern
Alberta and southern
Northwest Terrirories,
was created in 1922 to
protect the world’s
largest herd of roaming
wood bison. The park is
bigger than the size of
Switzerland.
15. The Canadian
motto is A Mari Usque ad
Mare meaning from sea
to sea.
16. More than 200,000
pancakes are served during the Calgary Stampede.
17. Looking for beer?
The Moosehad Brewery
turns out 1,642 bottles of
beer every minute. It is
located in Saint John in
New Brunswick.
18. The largest domestic lobster was caught in
Nova Scotia in 1977. It
was 9.3 kilograms.
19. Of all the polar
bears in the world, 50
per cent of them live in
Nunavut.
20. The Regina Tornado of June 30, 1912 had
winds of 330 to 416 kilometers per hour, rated as
an F4. It killed 28 people
and injured hundreds
more. It also destroyed
much of downtown. It
was the most severe tornado ever to occur in
Canada.
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[COMMENT]
Live well
between your ears
are based in the U.S., and cost about $35
per month. Recent figures indicate there
are more than 40 online dating sites in
North America, and they’ve changed the
man-meets-woman landscape.
Five percent of all internet users have
paid to use an online dating service according to Pew (2010). The Online Dating
magazine reports that between 2007 and
2010, 17 per cent of marriages started
with an online meeting, one out of five
people have dated someone they met online, and internet dating is the third most
popular way for people to meet, just behind meeting through work or introduced
by friends.
In the past three of four years I’ve
viewed several hundred personal profiles.
I interacted with many, but only had first
dates with as few as five or six. Of those, I
only dated three of them more than once.
Why so few? I was picky, happy with life
as single person, and, besides, I’d been
spoiled by the good looks and lively personality of the previous few women in my
life. Based on my own experience and the
experience of women I’ve met (they’ve
been more than willing to talk about their
online adventures) here’s what I know
about online dating. In general, it’s a good
way to meet people. It beats the bar, introduction by friends, and spending money
to get yourself out and about. Until you
get to know and trust the person you are
dating, always meet them in public places
rather than a personal residence. People
who are attracted to you enough to meet
you don’t need to know where you live
until you are certain you want them to. Of course, you need to watch for and
DOUG SPENCER,
PhD
ONLINE DATING
“Dating is a numbers game, and online dating
has the best odds.” - Judsen Culbreth,
“Online dating is just as murky and full of
lemons as finding a used car in the classifieds.
Once you learn the lingo, it's easier to spot the
models with high mileage and no warranty.” –
Laurie Perry
I
first put up my profile on an Internet
dating service in 1998. I was on Love
at AOL, the most popular site by far
at that time. It’s how I met my second wife. We exchanged about four
emails, talked on the phone once or
twice, agreed to meet at a restaurant,
began to date, moved in together, and got
married in a year. Although we divorced
nine years later, it was a good match and
we are still best friends.
About three years after we divorced I
put myself back online. I’ve used three
sites: POF (Plenty of Fish), Match.Com
and Seniorpeoplemeet.com. Match.com
was the best. Plenty of Fish is the largest
in the world, it’s free, and is headquartered in British Columbia. The other two
question inconsistencies. If she’s 30, dropdead good looking, and you’re a wrinkled
65 year old, something is not adding up,
move on to the next one. Similarly, if
you’re a 65-year-old woman from the
prairies, and he’s 40, claims to live on the
west coast, can’t string eight words together to make a sentence but says he really appreciates older womenagainit’s
smelling a little fishy.
I never responded to anyone who did
not post a picture, and, for the most part,
the women I met didn’t either. And why
would you? I also didn’t continue any kind
of interaction if I learned they were disabled, carried a lot of baggage, or they offered tidbits about themselves, their
families, past jobs, that were contradictory. When you’re a perfectly happy single
person, it doesn’t make sense to knowingly go into a relationship with built in
negatives and hints of untruths.
Another thing to note is people lie, or
at least stretch the truth. Men lie about
their income and women lie about their
weight. Yes, men and women lie about
other things too, but the big lies from men
tend to be about income, money matters,
or how important they are, while women
lie about their weight. You would be
amazed at what “A few extra pounds”
looks like for some women! But I also
heard about guys who said they were fit
but showed up looking like the Pillsbury
Dough Boy.
Women do a better job of describing
themselves than do men. Apparently,
most men who sign up to meet Miss Right
are grammatically challenged, and offer
some version of a one-liner that says, “I'm
a kinda fit but sorta heavy guy who likes
to fish and outdoors things." That may be
unfair to many guys, but I heard similar
accounts from a lot of women. They didn’t
pull any punches when describing how
dumb many guys came across.
What seems to work well for men and
women is a heartfelt, well-written, descriptive account of who you are, what
you like to do and what characteristics
you admire in a mate. Inclusion of a few
pictures is a good idea. It’s basically no
different than wanting to make a favorable impression on any first meeting with
someone you’re hoping will be your
friend. It’s all we can ever do - put our best
foot forward and live well between our
ears. [A CLOSER LOOK]
Doug Spencer was born in Moose Jaw in
1947. He grew up in Imperial, Sask., and received a BA and MA in psychology from the
University of Saskatchewan. In 1976 he
earned a PhD in psychology from the University of Manitoba.
Following eight years on the faculty at
Brandon University he took advantage of a
rare opportunity and moved his family to
the U.S.A. He spent three years in international sales and traveled extensively mostly
in Africa and the Middle East followed by
22 years as branch manager for two large
financial services firms. In 2008, missing the solitude, openness,
dark nights, and bright stars of rural
Saskatchewan, he retired, bought a house
online—sight-unseen in a place he had
never visited—renovated it, packed his stuff
in a U-Haul truck, left California, and returned.
Struggling With Healthy Eating
CRYSTAL ZAKALUZNY
DOUBLE SHIFT CONDITIONING
Why is that we cannot achieve the success we want with healthy eating? It’s almost like we think we are invincible. “ I
can eat that ice cream and then I will
work it off.” Seriously? We tend to be all
talk and no action. The choices we make
ultimately affect the final goal. So if you
choose to eat ice cream you better be
willing to work it off or make healthier
food choices the rest of the day.
Recently, I found a quote on the Internet, “What you eat in private is eventually
what you wear in public”. How powerful
and true is this statement? Many of us
want to be toned and lean. How can we
ever achieve that look if we eat foods that
only get us further away from our goals?
Here are five tips to achieve healthier
eating:
Write it down. Every food and drink
that passes your lips should be written
down. Only then can we get a real picture
of what works for our bodies. Then you
can see where you are lacking veggies
and water and needing to eat more lean
proteins.
Positive Mindset. We are our own
worst enemy. I often hear excuses of why
someone can’t eat healthy before we even
embark on the journey. Yes you can do it!
Think positive and you will look amazing,
feel amazing and act amazing on this incredible journey of healthy eating. You
are fuelling your body to be the best it
can be.
Take action now, even if it’s not perfect. Start slow. Add a serving of veggies
to each day or an extra glass of water. Try
a new protein source or add an extra one
to your day. Trying to be 100 per cent perfect the first day is a recipe for disaster.
Start slow, as in baby steps! Tell your
friends. If you have the right support system in place and you tell all your friends
then they won’t invite you out for cheese-
cake. You can plan a walk with friends instead. You need constant support and in
turn you will probably inspire your
friends to take healthier steps as well.
Be active. You do not need to join a
gym. Take the stairs instead of the elevator. Walk to work or ride your bike. Play
with your kids. It’s amazing how the simple things in life have escaped us and we
need to go back to the basics.
You can only achieve a leaner you if
you work towards those goals. What you
wear in public is a direct statement of
what you are doing to help yourself. Take
action now and prove that you can be the
best you can be.
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JULY
2 THURSDAY
— Moose Jaw and District
Seniors activities at 510
Main St. N.: billiards and
walking at 9 a.m.; Ceramics and 500 (second Thursday of the month) at 1
p.m.; Golden Voices choir
at 1:30 p.m.; court whist,
billiards, bridge and exercise class at 7 p.m.
— Cosmo Senior Citizens’
Centre activities at 235
Third Ave. N.E. include: line
dancing, 10 a.m.; 6:30
p.m., billiards; 7 p.m., yoga.
New members welcome.
— Anavets members and
guests play cribbage at
1:30 p.m.
— Legion mixed darts league
at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium.
come.
— Cosmo Senior Citizens’
Centre activities at 235
Third Ave. N.E. include:
Scrabble and shuffleboard,
1 p.m. New members welcome.
— Community Gospel service, 6:30-7:30 p.m., City
Oasis Foursquare Church
at 1291 Gordon Rd. Call
690-7654 for more information.
— Open stratified bridge
played at 1:30 p.m. at the
Comfort Inn. For partnerships call Dave Morrell at
693-1427.
— Open duplicate bridge
played at 1:30 p.m. at the
Comfort Inn. For partnerships call Dave Morrell at
693-1427.
JULY
— Open stratified bridge
played at 7 p.m. at the
Comfort Inn. For Partnerships call Dave Morrell at
693-1427.
— The Moose Jaw Trap and
Skeet Club is open for the
season. We shoot on
Thursday evenings at 6:30
p.m. and on Sundays at 1
p.m. Visitors are welcome.
For information please
contact Al at 306-6928624.
JULY
3 FRIDAY
— Eagles Club dance from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m., 561 Home
St. W., for members and
guests.
— Moose Jaw and District
Seniors open all day for
scheduled activities at 510
Main St. N.: cardiaction
group at 8 a.m.; billiards at
9 a.m.; walking, and jam
session at 10 a.m.; kaiser
and lawn bowling at 1
p.m.; nickel bingo at 1:30
p.m.
— Moose Jaw Scrabble Club
No. 262 meets at 1 p.m. in
the craft room of the
Cosmo Centre. New and
past members welcome.
Information at 692-0731.
— Meat draws at 5:30 p.m. at
the Royal Canadian Legion, 268 High St. W. Meals
served at 5:30 p.m. in the
lounge of the Moose Jaw
Royal Canadian Legion for
members and guests.
Shuffleboard games at 7
p.m.
— Darts at 7 p.m. at the
Anavets. Everyone wel-
4 SATURDAY
— Bridge played at 1 p.m. at
the Cosmo Centre. New
members welcome.
— Legion lounge open regular hours for members and
guests. Meat draws at 3
p.m.
— Anavets weekly meat
draw in the lounge at 4:30
p.m.
— Eagles Club dance from 9
p.m. to 1 a.m., 561 Home
St. W., for members and
guests.
JULY
5 SUNDAY
— A multi-faith meeting will
be held the third Sunday
of every odd numbered
month at 2 p.m. For location and more information, email
[email protected]
— The Moose Jaw Trap and
Skeet Club is open for the
season. We shoot on
Thursday evenings at 6:30
p.m. and on Sundays at 1
p.m. Visitors are welcome.
For information please
contact Al at 306-6928624.
JULY
6 MONDAY
— Moose Jaw Early Bird
Lions Club meets the second and fourth Mondays
of the month at 7 a.m. at
Timothy Eaton Gardens,
510 Main St. N., south entrance. New members welcome. Information at
692-4016.
— Cosmo Senior Citizens’
Centre activities at 235
Third Ave. N.E.: bridge and
shuffleboard, 1 p.m.; billiards, 6 p.m.; hand and
foot canasta, 7 p.m. New
members welcome.
— Moose Jaw Rotary Club
meets at noon at the Heritage Inn. (No meetings on
holidays.) Membership information available by
calling Don Forer at 6939952.
— Moose Jaw Wakamow Rotary Club meets the first
and fourth Mondays of the
month at 6 p.m. at Heritage Inn. (No meetings on
holidays). Information
available by calling 6935730.
— Moose Jaw White Cane
Club bowling league
meets at 6:30 p.m. at the
South Hill Bowling Lanes.
New members welcome.
Call Margaret at 692-7552
or Fred at 691-0507 for
more information.
floor shuffleboard and
painting at 1 p.m.
billiards at 9 a.m.; bingo
(first and third Wednesday
of the month), walking at
10 a.m.; ceramics, fitness
class, carpet bowling and
cribbage at 1 p.m. Table
tennis at 1:30 p.m.
— Cribbage at the Legion
Hall at 1:30 p.m., please
register ahead of time by
calling the lounge.
— Moose Jaw Kiwanis Club
meets the first and third
Tuesdays of the month at
noon at Bonanza Restaurant. New members welcome.
— Friendship Bridge Club
meets at 7 p.m. at the
Cosmo Centre.
— Cosmo Senior Citizens’
Centre activities at 235
Third Ave. N.E. include:
jam session with dancing,
9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.;
yoga, 7 p.m. New members welcome.
JULY
8 WEDNESDAY
— Moose Jaw and District
Seniors scheduled activities at 510 Main St. N.: cardiaction group at 8 a.m.;
— Cosmo Senior Citizens’
Centre activities at 235
Third Ave. N.E. include:
bridge and shuffleboard, 1
p.m.; billiards, 6 p.m.
— Four Seasons Whist Club
for all interested seniors
meets at 1 p.m. at the
Church of Our Lady community centre. New members welcome.
Watch videos and slides of
vacations or take short
local trips.
— Big Country Toastmasters
regular meeting at SIAST 7
p.m.
— Pattern dancing and oldtime dancing, 7:30 to 9:30
p.m. at the Cosmo Senior
Citizens’ Centre. Refreshments to follow. Call Bert
at 692-7278 or Pat at 6927745 for more info.
— Moose Jaw Lions Club
meets at 6:30 p.m. the first
and third Wednesdays of
the month at the Royal
Canadian Legion. New
members welcome. Information at 693-9529.
— Elks League darts at the
Legion, 7:30 p.m.
— Armchair Travel, 1:30 p.m.
at Minto United Church.
— Bridge at 1 p.m., pool at 7
p.m. at the Legion.
— Shuffleboard played at
6:30 p.m. at the Anavets
Club on High Street West.
— Rookie-master bridge
played at 7 p.m. at the
Comfort Inn. For partnerships call Dave Morrell at
693-1427.
HOT
IRON
EVENT
VALLEY SIDE SALES
JULY 29, 2015 — Moose Jaw and District
Seniors scheduled activities at 510 Main St. N.: cardiac group at 8 a.m.;
billiards at 9 a.m.; walking
track open at 10 a.m.; fitness, Cribbage the Board
Game, carpet bowling and
painting class at 1 p.m.;
canasta and billiards at 7
p.m.; exercise program at 7
p.m. New members welcome. Information at 6944223.
— Cribbage played at 7 p.m.
at the Eagles Club on
South Hill. Registration is
$2 per person and takes
place from 6 to 7 p.m. on a
first-come-first-served
basis. You can sign in three
times as a guest before applying to become a member. New players
welcome.
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7 TUESDAY
— Moose Jaw and District
Seniors scheduled activities at 510 Main St. N.: billiards and walking at 9
a.m.; line dancing at 10
a.m.; paper tole, whist,
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People hop on to the Short Line steam train at the WDM on a hot Saturday afternoon. The train runs every weekend, weather permitting. Corey Atkinson/UnCut
Five youths draw $25 fines
in ‘graduation party’ case
FROM MAY 24, 1957
The sequel to Central Collegiate’s graduation party
last Friday night was heard
in RCMP court today when
Magistrate G. R.
Trethewey, QC, imposed
fines of $25 and costs on
each of five youths charged
with having liquor in a
place other than a dwelling
house.
Alternative was 25 days
in jail.
The court was told the
liquor was seized during a
raid on the graduating
class at Buffalo Pound
Lake north of Moose Jaw,
where a wiener roast was
held. Approximately 30 t0
35 cars had been in the
motorcade to the lake.
One of the five accused
said the liquor that he had
when arrested was taken
from his father1s liquor
cabinet.
There were 75 graduates at the banquet and exercises held on Friday.
RCMP officers stated that
New dates will be added as requested.
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most of them were in the
party that travelled to the
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[WAY BACK WEDNESDAY]
City looking to dump dangerous intersection
FROM MAY 2, 1994
The route to the city
dump may be changing.
Doug Kelly, resident
engineer with the
provincial department of
highways and transportation, says work so
far involves preliminary
design options and costs
to change the intersection of Corsterphine Ave.
and the Trans-Canada
Highway on the city’s
east side.
The intersection is
mainly used by city
garbage trucks and others hauling to the city
landfill.
The accident rate at
the intersection is not
significantly high, says
Kelly.
“However, it is high
enough to have us look
at why there are problems inthis location.”
Two people have been
killed and 16 injured in
22 accidents at the inter-
section since 1988.
The intersection is located just below the
crest of a hill and poses
sight line difficulties for
westbound highway traffic. Traffic across the intersection has some
sight problems.
A proposal to change
the intersection was
withdrawn two years ago
when the city and Rural
Municipality of Moose
Jaw objected to the design.
“The city didn’t like
that route because it involved too much travelling for the garbage
trucks,” said Kelly.
High construction
costs were also a factor
in the withdrawal.
“What we’re looking at
now is various low-cost
alternatives that won’t
mean any great detours
for the city access.”
The highways depart-
ment still has to approve
the design and costs.
“Assuming we get approval, we’d like to get it
done this summer.”
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FOR THE LOVE OF MUSIC
Nickeltree preparing to record seventh album this summer
MATTHEW GOURLIE
As you get older your priorities change, but James Irving is proof that you don’t
have to turn away from
your passions.
Most musicians don’t
start their day bailing hay
before going to a gig, but
such is the life for Irving.
The Nickeltree lead singer
laughs at the contradiction, but he is happy with
where he is.
Over six albums and
nearly two decades as a
band, Nickeltree has built a
strong following, but their
reality as a band is different
than it once was.
“We all have families so
we don’t play as many
shows as we once did,” Irving said. “We used to play
100-plus shows a year and
now if we get to 20 shows,
that’s a good year.”
Saturday Irving played a
solo show at Chillers. With
the busy lives of his other
bandmates — and their increased distance geographically — that’s a far more
regular occurrence for the
Nickeltree frontman. Melinda Grass and Kelly
Grass joined him for a
handful of songs before
playing their own set.
Irving played two sets of
songs spanning the entire
Nickeltree catalogue. He
also played some songs
from their upcoming seventh album that he plans
to record along with bandmates Kevin Baker, Colin
Lynn and David Sabine
later this summer for a fall
release. That will coincide
with a tour of
Saskatchewan and a few
dates in and around
Toronto.
“There’s still a solid
Nickeltree fan base out
there,” Irving said.
Timing and a quirk of
fate led to some confusion
when they were first starting out.
In the late 90s Nickeltree
and Nickelback were both
independent prairie rock
bands. Irving said they
would sometimes get mistaken for Hanna, Alberta’s
favourite sons. For a short
spell they were in pretty
similar places in their careers.
“We started off at the
same time as them and we
ended up on the same bill
in Rockin’ The Valley in
Craven. That was when
they were just getting
going. We actually contemplated whether we should
change our name and we
stuck to it,” Irving said. “It was two roads —
they went off and made billions and we’re still plugging away.”
Nickeltree hit the road
themselves — moving the
band to Toronto in search
of a breakthrough. “We had a good following in Western Canada and
we played lots. We all had
part-time jobs, but the
band was our main focus,”
Irving said. “We decided to
head out to Toronto to see
how we would do out
there. We played tons. We
played between 150 and
200 shows that first year.
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OPPOSING PAGE
— James Irving of Nickeltree,
left, is joined by Kelly Grass
as they perform at Chillers
Saturday night.
— (INSET) James Irving of Nickeltree, left, is joined by Kelly
Grass and Melinda Grass on
flute as they cover "Dirty Old
Town" by Ewan MacColl.
LEFT
— James Irving of Nickeltree
performs at Chillers Saturday
night.
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There were lots of places to
play, but as far as making
the next leap, I guess we
didn’t do that, but it was
still a great experience.”
Irving farms between
Regina and Moose Jaw and
teaches at Riverview. He is
happy with his life, but admits it wasn’t easy to decide to pull back from the
band and focus on a day
job.
“Everybody was still
doesn’t intend to stop any
time soon.
“I always kind of
thought I would stop doing
it when I stopped having
any creative activity and
I’m not writing any more
songs. That’s when I
thought I would let die,” he
said. “I’ve got enough material that we’re going to
record our seventh album.
I think the music is as good
as it was when we were
younger, so I’m going to
keep going until the valve
shuts off.”
passionate about the band,
but we were getting to that
age where we were all married and starting to think
about family too,” he said.
“That was the point where
the band didn’t become the
primary focus any more. I
don’t want to say a hobby,
because I think calling it a
hobby trivializes it and it’s
more than a hobby, but it is
secondary to other stuff.”
At Riverview, Irving
runs their Hockey Canada
Skills Academy along with
Jeff Kitts and also runs a
rock band program.
“It’s really unique to
Saskatchewan. There are
very few schools that have
this program. Most have
the traditional concert
band or a jazz band, but we
have students who come in
and 60-70 per cent of them
have a minimal musical
background,” he explained.
“I teach them bass, guitar
and drums and they gravitate to whatever instrument that they seem to
like. We do a lot of shows
throughout the year. It’s basically like being a practicing musician — you
practice, get to know songs
and play some shows. They
get to see if this is something they might want to
do.”
Irving is still making
music for the love it and he
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Body
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call
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Section 40, Lot A,
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Phone
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The Five Hills Health Region, focused on
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has the following rewarding career opportunity available.
RESIDENT CARE MANAGER
BUILDING
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As a leader in applied learning, we are committed to helping our students build
an exciting future. Be a part of our institution’s evolution and make Saskatchewan
Polytechnic your next career move.
Current position openings:
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(Full time) Saskatoon, Regina,
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NON PUBLIC PROPERTY BASE ACCOUNTING MANAGER
FINANCE DIVISION
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15 WING MOOSE JAW
A career where YOU can make a difference!
The Five Hills Health Region, Providence Place, Moose Jaw,
Saskatchewan, is seeking a permanent full time Resident Care
Manager. The Manager is responsible for the effective and efficient
management of the long term care units at Providence Place,
focusing on providing quality care in a positive work environment.
Program design and delivery aligns with the Mission, Vision and
Values of Providence Place recognizing the healing mission of
Jesus.
QUALIFICATIONS
- Bachelor Degree/Diploma in Nursing.
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People of many faiths live and work at Providence Place. We strive
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FORM A
[Section 4]
Notice of Proposed Local Improvement to be Published Pursuant to
Clause 15(1)(a) of The Local Improvements Act, 1993
______________________________________________________________________
Notice is given that:
1. The Council of the Town of Pense proposes to pass a bylaw to undertake the following as a local
improvement:
Proposed Local Improvement
Description of Work Proposed
Number Service
Timing
Location
From
To
______________________________________________________________________________
1.0
Water & Sewer Mains August 2015
Elder St
South Front St South Boundary
of Lot 9 Blk 10
and proposes to specially assess a part of the cost against the lands benefited by this local
improvement.
2. The estimated cost, and rate of special assessment chargeable for, the proposed local improvement
are
Estimated Cost and Rate of Local Improvement
Estimated
Estimated
Estimated
Estimated Rate and
Total
Municipality's
Owners'
Bases of Special
Cost
Share of Cost
Share of Cost
Assessment
______________________________________________________________________________
1.0
$199,292.00
$89,012.72
$110,279.25
$12,253.25 per lot
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The special assessment levied for the proposed local improvement may be based on the actual cost.
The special assessment will be payable by prepayment or by 10 annual payments.
3. Owners of land to be specially assessed may petition against the proposed local improvement. The
petition must be submitted to the administrator of the municipality not later than 4:00 p.m., on the
24th day of July, 2015.
To be successful, the petition must be signed by a majority in number of owners of lands to be
specially assessed for the proposed local improvement, representing at least one-half of the amount
of the special assessment pursuant to section 19 of The Local Improvements Act, 1993. Advice on
preparing the petition to ensure its validity is available from the municipal administrator.
4. The council proposes to meet to consider a bylaw respecting this matter on the 29th day of July,
2015 at 7:00 p.m. at 243 Brunswick Street, Pense, SK.
Dated at Pense, Saskatchewan, this 22nd day of June, 2015.
Jennifer Lendvay
Administrator
Cards of Thanks
In Memoriams/Tributes
Thank You
The family of the late Cecil
Staples wish to express
heartfelt thanks to those
who showed their support
by sending expressions of
sympathy, phone calls and
visits. The loss of Cecil is
difficult
and
your
thoughtfulness was very
much appreciated. Thanks
to all the staff at
Providence Place that
cared for Cecil during his
short stay there. We thank
the staff of W.J. Jones &
Son for your guidance &
suggestions.
Your
professionalism was of
great comfort to our
family. Special mention to
the members of the Royal
Canadian Legion, Moose
Jaw Branch 59 who
participated
in
the
graveside ceremony.
It
was a meaningful tribute
and Cecil would have
approved.
In Memory of
LEO SHULL
June 15/37 - June 28/13
If our tears could build a
stairway,
And our memories a lane.
We'd walk right up to Heaven
And bring you home again.
Forever loved and missed
Kathy, Robert, Lynda,
Connor and Caylie
With thanks,
Marjorie, Duncan,
Audrey, Carol, Doug and
their families.
David Lloyd Dalgarno
Lloyd passed away June 18, 2015 at the age of 95 years.
Lloyd was born February 9, 1920 and grew up on the
family farm first ploughed in the early 1880's by his
grandfather and district pioneer, Andrew Dalgarno, and
later by his father Kenneth in 1918. Lloyd lived a vibrant
and fulfilling life. During his youth, Lloyd was an avid
sports enthusiast playing baseball, hockey and curling.
Well rounded, Lloyd also taught himself to play musical
instruments and became a remarkable pencil artist. In the
1950's, Lloyd enjoyed his Studebaker sports car and his
boat. He was one of the first to water ski at Buffalo Pound.
Lloyd also travelled to places like Hawaii and custom
combined in the U.S. Lloyd married Kathleen Joyce (nee
Rathwell) October 1, 1960 and returned to farming that
same year. He farmed until his retirement in 1992. Lloyd
was devoted to his family and their wellbeing. He was
always in attendance at his children's functions and
events. Even into his 80's Lloyd enjoyed babysitting his
granddaughters when they were young.
Lloyd was
predeceased by his mother Lily May (nee Smail) and father
George Kenneth Dalgarno; his two brothers; Keith
Alexander (Sandy) and Edgar Vaughan. He is survived by
his loving wife of 55 years, Kathleen Joyce: son, Herbert
Kenneth (Lucia) their two daughters Jasmine and Justine;
adoring daughter Margaret Jane (Ron Warner). Lloyd is
also survived by sisters-in-law; Olive and Verna and
numerous nieces and nephews. As per Lloyd's wishes
there will be no funeral. In living memory of Lloyd, a
memorial planting will be made by W.J. Jones & Son
Funeral Home. Please sign the memorial register at
website: www.wjjonesandson.com (Obituaries).
Dayna Smith-Short Funeral Director
Cameron Norberg
RININSLAND
Cameron Norberg of Mazenod,
SK passed away on March 1,
2015, at the age of 60 years.
Cameron was born on July 21,
1954, at Mossbank, SK. He was
the only child of Russell and
Kaye (nee Milne) Norberg.
Cameron attended grades one
through nine at the Mazenod
School. In the fall of 1969
Cameron began his high school
education at Mossbank School
and graduated in 1972. Cameron
was a member of the Mossbank football team and in the
winter months enjoyed snowmobiling with his dad. After
graduation Cameron began to take on more responsibility
on the family farm. He enjoyed farm life with his parents
until 1983, when they semi-retired and moved to Moose
Jaw. Cameron continued to farm with help from his
parents when they could, and on occasion cousins would
come to help with harvest. Cameron was involved with
many farming and community organizations. He served as
chairperson of the Mazenod Coop, was co-treasurer and
bookkeeper for Mazenod Cemetery, was a member of the
Saskatchewan Wheat Pool, supported and participated in
numerous Mazenod Hall functions, and could quite often
be found dressed up as Santa Claus at community
Christmas functions. When Cameron had spare time from
his farming and volunteering responsibilities he enjoyed
riding his dirt bike, trap shooting, collecting and shooting
new and antique guns, attending Roughrider games, and
collecting model and full size Chevy trucks. Life changed
drastically on January 9, 1996, when Cameron's mom
passed away and again when his dad passed away on
June 22, 2002. Cameron continued to farm, but his
passion for farming faded over the next five years and in
2008 he made the decision to sell the farm. Cameron then
decided to invest in a greenhouse south of Moose Jaw and
worked there for a couple of years. For the next two
summers he worked at a nearby farm. Cameron
vacationed in Mexico for a couple of winters, and met
many people that he became good friends with. He also
went on a cruise, and traveled to South America. He
especially enjoyed trips to Cuba. Cameron was a very
caring person and was always willing to help those in
need. He spent a lot of time the past four years in Spanish,
Ontario, helping to care for a long time friend who was ill.
Cameron always tried to make the best of his life; he never
complained and always appreciated those who cared for
him. Cameron will be dearly missed. Family Graveside
Service was held on Saturday, June 6, 2015, at 11:00
a.m., at the Mazenod Cemetery, followed by a time of
lunch and fellowship at the Mazenod Hall. The eulogy was
shared by Marv Weiss. Urn bearer was Danielle
Lamontagne. Memorial donations in memory of Cameron
to the Mazenod Community Hall and the Saskatchewan
Wildlife Federation were greatly appreciated.
Heinrich
Konrad
Friedrich
"Henry" Rininsland, aged 86
years of Moose Jaw, SK, passed
away on Saturday, June 20th,
2015. He was born in Hannover,
Germany on November 7th,
1928.
His family moved to
Wildungen in central Germany
when he was 2, where he spent
his childhood and teen years. He
attended public school and 4
years of top level ("Gymnasium")
high school. At age 16 Henry
was drafted into the German
military and spent the next 2 years manning anti-aircraft
guns. He was taken prisoner of war by the American
military and spent the next 2 years working for the
American military, who allowed him to finish his high
school education. After working as a miner in various
mines in Germany, Henry moved to Leoben, Austria to
study mining engineering. He obtained his engineering
degree while working nights in a steel mill. While there he
met and married Inge Zesch, the love of his life. They
went on to have a wonderful marriage for the next 58
years. Henry and Inge spoke fluent English. Because of
his engineering skills, he was given the opportunity to
assist in building the Lanigan Potash Mine and without
hesitation, he moved the family to Lanigan, SK in 1967.
Henry managed the Lanigan mine from 1967 to 1974. Due
to the mine being sold under duress to the Saskatchewan
Government, he made the difficult decision to move back
to Germany in 1974. He became Chief Engineer of
Europe's largest potash mine in Heringen, Germany until
he retired in 1991. Henry and Inge always wanted to
return to Canada and they were able to immigrate to
Moose Jaw in 1992. They spent a wonderful retirement
together until his passing. Henry was interested in stamp
collecting, gardening and travelling. He and Inge travelled
extensively to Hawaii, within Canada, and back to Germany
and Austria. He was a voracious reader, especially
interested in history. Henry was a loving and wonderful
husband, father and grandfather. He was predeceased by
his parents, Heinrich and Gertrude Rininsland. Henry is
survived with fond memories by his wife, Inge Rininsland
(Zesch); son, Volker (Pat) Rininsland of Moose Jaw, SK;
daughter, Gertrude (Manfred) Hennies of Wiesbaden,
Germany; son, Uwe (Petra) Rininsland of Obersuhl,
Germany; daughter, Frauke Rininsland (Bill Bruno) of
Santa Fe, New Mexico; and grandchildren: Andrew and
Vanessa Rininsland, Jens, Lars and Erik Hennies, and
Andrea Bruno. A Memorial Service will be held on
Friday, June 26th, 2015 at 11:00 a.m. in Moose Jaw
Funeral Home. As an expression of sympathy, donations
in Henry's name may be made to The Moose Jaw Humane
Society, Box 1658 Station Main, Moose Jaw, SK S6H 7K7.
Online condolences can be shared at
www.pichehawkinsgrondinfuneralchapels.ca
Arrangements are entrusted to
Moose Jaw Funeral Home,
268 Mulberry Lane.
Calvin Gammel, Funeral Director
306-693-4550
www.moosejawfuneralhome.com
MESSNER, Richard
HEGGIE
Muriel Ethel Heggie of Moose Jaw passed away peacefully
on February 6, 2015 at the age of 97. A celebration of
the life of Muriel will be held at St. Andrew's United
Church Chapel, 60 Athabasca St. E., Moose Jaw, on
Saturday July 4, 2015 at 11:00 am. Reverend Jim
Tenford will officiate. The family would like to thank the
following for their kindness: Dr. G.B. VanHeerden, the
staff and nurses at the Moose Jaw Union Hospital, Chez
Nous, the Mulberry, W.J. Jones & Son Funeral Home, the
many well-wishers who donated to the Hospital
Foundation in Moose Jaw, and those who sent cards,
food, and prayers. Please sign the memorial register at
website: www.wjjonesandson.com (Obituaries)
Richard Messner of Regina, SK
passed away on Saturday, June
20, 2015 at the age of 60 years.
He was predeceased by infant
son Christopher Nelson; and his
parents Jacob and Rose
Messner. Richard is survived
by three children Desmond,
Jessica
and
Nicole;
grandchildren Destiny, Camara,
Cailyn, Tajai, Christopher and
Urijah; and siblings Harvey
(Sandy), Marv, Wayne (Joan),
Vern (Donna), Jackie (Kelly),
Val (Les) and Gaileen (Kevin). A MEMORIAL SERVICE will
be held at Regina Funeral Home, Hwy #1 East, Regina, SK
on Wednesday, July 1, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. Donations in
memory of Richard may be made to the Canadian Cancer
Society, 1910 McIntyre Street, Regina, SK S4P 2R3.
Family and friends are invited to sign the online obituary
and
tributes
page
at
www.regina-memorial.ca.
Arrangements entrusted to Regina Funeral Home
(306) 789-8850.
Donald Bruce Bateman
With his family by his side, Don
died peacefully on Father's Day,
Sunday, June 21, 2015. Don was
predeceased by Myrtle, his wife of
sixty-nine years; his mother Rose
(Bateman) Kain, and his father
Bruce Bateman. Don is survived
by his sons Allen (Patti) of Regina
and Dennis (Mae) of Sundre; his
daughter Susan (Terry Hunchuk)
of Buffalo Pound Lake; and many
beloved grandchildren and greatgrandchildren. Don was born in
Moose Jaw on June 15, 1922 and
grew up on his family's farm east of Moose Jaw. On
September 17, 1945, Don married Myrtle, a young
schoolteacher who boarded with his family. They moved
to Moose Jaw to start their life together and raise a family.
Early in his career, Don worked with the National Light and
Power Company learning to become a power engineer.
Around 1953, he joined the Boiler Inspection Insurance
Company of Canada as an inspector. In that role, he
travelled the province, inspecting many diverse operations
to assure compliance with insurance standards. Don
retired in 1987, which opened the door for travelling. He
and Myrtle enjoyed many adventures in their motor home,
often with grandchildren. Don and Myrtle were also avid
round and square dancers who shared many good times
with their dance friends. Don was an avid lifelong learner
who especially loved space exploration. He regularly
communicated with engineers at NASA who kept him
informed of the space shuttle maintenance program. He
also participated in the civilian Mars lander program, for
which he received a certificate. His interest in, and
capacity for, learning was widespread. For example, he
enjoying following the operation of the Panama Canal, the
round-the-world voyage of the Picton Castle sailboat, and
the dinosaur discoveries at Eastend, SK. As a Dad, Don
was always encouraging and interested in, and supportive
of, his kids' pursuits. He was kind, respectful, and a true
gentleman. He will be greatly missed. The Funeral
Service will be held at W.J. Jones & Son Chapel on
Friday June 26, 2015 at 2:00 pm. Reverend David
Moore will officiate. Interment will take place at Rosedale
Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Canadian
Diabetes Association would be appreciated. In living
memory of Don, a memorial planting will be made by W.J.
Jones & Son Funeral Home.
Please sign the memorial
register at website: www.wjjonesandson.com (Obituaries).
Dayna Smith-Short Funeral Director
MCLEAN
Evelyn Elizabeth McLean passed
away peacefully on March 27,
2015 in Langley, B.C. She will
be missed by her family. She
was a wonderful and caring
mother, sister and grandmother.
She loved her family and she
had recently moved from Moose
Jaw to be closer to family. Born
Sept.6,
1937
in
Dubuc,
Saskatchewan to Andy and Mary
Nelson. She was predeceased by
her parents and older sister
June. She is survived by her
brother Lloyd (Cindy) Nelson of Minnesota, Ivar Nelson of
Moose Jaw, daughter Karen (Rod) MacKenzie of Everett,
Washington, and son Paul (Ann) McLean of Cochrane ,
Albert, grandchildren Korey and Michael MacKenzie, and
Jackson and Nicole McLean. We lovingly remember Mom,
Sister and Grandma who loved crocheting, knitting,
gardening, cooking and enjoyed being a Grandma. Evelyn
was a long time member of the First Baptist Church in
Moose Jaw and the Moose Jaw Stitcher's Club. A
memorial service will be held at First Baptist Church in
Moose Jaw on August 8th, 2015 at 10am. She will be laid
to rest beside her Mother and Father in Dubuc,
Saskatchewan following the service. Everyone is welcome
to attend the service at the First Baptist Church to share in
the celebration of her life.
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JULY 1, 2015
Garnet John Westermann
WOLSKE
It is with heavy hearts we announce that Garnet left this
world on Wednesday, June 17, 2015 to be reunited with
the love of his life, Michelle. He will also be joined in
heaven with his mom, Dianne, his grandparents, Garnet
and Mabel Guy and John and Elizabeth Westermann, and
many other family and friends. Garnet will be dearly
missed by his sons Andrew (Jasmin) and Austin, father
Rudy (Pauline), brother Trent (Arlette), sister Melody
(Jeff), brothers-in-law Mike and Tommy, as well as his
aunts and uncles, nieces and nephews, cousins and
friends. Born October 30, 1969 to Rudy and Dianne
Westermann Garnet graduated from Mortlach School and
also received his Power Engineering from Kelsey. He was
employed by Moose Jaw Public School Board and later by
the Water Treatment Plant at Buffalo Pound. Garnet
married Michelle in July of 1991 and together they raised
their two sons, Andrew and Austin. He was an avid hunter
which was a sport he shared with his father, brother and
sons. Summers were spent camping and at the Ball
Diamonds playing slo-pitch. Winters were spent hunting
and bowling. Garnet was a strong silent type of man, who
was very generous and hardworking who always made
himself available to help others (whether it was to sort
calves, build a deck, give advice, give a ride, cut grass, or
just to listen.) He will be greatly missed.
"Do not grieve for me, for now I am Free"
The Funeral Service will be held on Thursday, June 25,
2015 at 3:00 p.m. in Moose Jaw Funeral Home. Rev.
Dr. John Kreutzwieser will officiate. As an expression of
sympathy donations in Garnet's name may be made to
Canadian Diabetes Association at 917 Albert Street,
Regina, Saskatchewan S4R 2P6 or the Children's Wish
Foundation at P.O. Box 309 Saskatoon, Saskatchewan S7K
3L3.
June Wolske (nee Wells)
passed away suddenly on June
23, 2015 at the age of 87. She
was predeceased by her parents
Louis and Laura Wells, her
husband Alfred (by 6 months &
1 day), an infant daughter Roxie
Kim; brothers Sam, Jim, John,
Peter and Frank; sisters Mary
and Elna. She is survived by
daughters Sandra Henderson,
Regina,
Heather
(Dwaine)
Entner,
Balgonie,
Connie
(Gordon & family), Blind Bay,
BC., Robbin (Lorrie) Schick, Moose Jaw; grandchildren,
Lee (Brent) Svangstu, Chet Henderson, Kari (Daniel)
Fawcett, Drew Henderson, Nicole (Curtis) McCullough,
Darren (Kim) Entner, Michael (Karrie) Schick and Amber
Schick; great-grandchildren Tucker, Cooper, and Coy
Svangtu, Hollis and Ivy Fawcett, Ashlyn and Madison
McCullough; brother Louis (Florence) Wells and sister
Norma (Kasper) Hanoski, and many nieces and nephews.
Mom was a committed community volunteer and a proud
mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother. We would
like to thank Crane Valley, 49ers, Moose Jaw, Timothy
Eaton and the Bentley communities for being part of her
blessed life and circle of friends. A celebration of June's
life will be held at Timothy Eaton Gardens, Friday, June
26th at 2:00 pm, with the family tribute at 2:30 pm. In
lieu of flowers donations may be made to Stars Air
Ambulance, Regina Base, 2640 Airport Road, Regina, SK,
S4W 1A3. In living memory of June, a memorial planting
will be made by W.J. Jones & Son Funeral Home. Please
sign
the
memorial
register
at
website:
www.wjjonesandson.com (Obituaries).
Arrangements are entrusted to
Moose Jaw Funeral Home,
268 Mulberry Lane.
James Murdock, Funeral Director
306-693-4550
www.moosejawfuneralhome.com
Dayna Smith-Short Funeral Director
TAYLOR
LOCKE
Margaret Locke, of Moose Jaw,
passed away June 21, 2015 at
the age of 93. Margaret was born
June 8, 1922 at Luseland, SK and
moved to Moose Jaw in 1944.
She worked at the Princess Café
and that is where she met the
love of her life, Elmer. They were
married in 1947. Over the years
she also worked at Canaday's and
St. Anthony's Home, retiring in
1979. She was an avid bowler
and enjoyed golfing. She and
Elmer travelled and camped
across Canada - twice, bowling and golfing along the way!
She had been a member of Timothy Eaton Seniors.
Predeceased by her parents, husband Elmer, one sister
and two brothers, she will be lovingly remembered by her
children: Errol (Marie) - Lethbridge, AB, Loretta (Grant)
Kraus - Moose Jaw, Bruce (Shirley) - Oakville, ON, Lloyd
(Andrea) - Summerside, PEI, and Wanda (Stanley)
Boughner - Nanaimo, BC; eight grandchildren: Cheryl
Ismond, Grant (Janet) Giddings, Peter (Andrea), Jessica
(Chris) Acres, Richard, Zenith, Rory (Shyla) and Tiffany
Kraus; three great-grandchildren: Ryan, Shelby, and
Delilah; sister Eva Volk - Edmonton; sisters-in-law Tina
Rambold, Margery Blanchette, and Kay Locke; and many
nieces and nephews. The Celebration of Margaret's life
will be held at W.J.Jones & Son Chapel on Wednesday
June 24, 2015 at 1:00 pm. Della Ferguson will officiate.
Interment will take place at Sunset Cemetery. For those so
wishing, memorial donations may be made to the Sask.
Heart & Stroke Foundation, 279 3rd Ave. N, Saskatoon,
S7K 2H8. In living memory of Margaret, a memorial
planting will be made by W.J. Jones & Son Funeral Home.
Please sign the memorial register at website:
www.wjjonesandson.com (Obituaries).
Stephanie Lowe Funeral Director
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John David "Dave" Taylor,
aged 77 years of Scout Lake,
SK, passed away on Thursday,
June 18th, 2015.
Dave is
survived by his special friend,
Joy; children, Charlie and
Bonita, and their mother Julie;
grandchildren: Rob, Jesse and
Austin; great-grandson, River;
sister, Myrtle (Stan) Lojek; as
well as numerous nieces and
nephews. A Memorial Tea will
be held on Wednesday, June
24th, 2015 from 1:30 p.m. 3:00 p.m. in the Harvey Room at Moose Jaw Funeral
Home. Special thank you to the staff at the Moose Jaw
Union Hospital ICU. As an expression of sympathy,
donations in Dave's name may be made to the Roaring
River Basic School in Jamaica at www.gofundme.com.
Arrangements are entrusted to
Moose Jaw Funeral Home,
268 Mulberry Lane.
James Murdock, Funeral Director
306-693-4550
www.moosejawfuneralhome.com
WOLSKE
June Wolske of Moose Jaw
passed away June 23, 2015 at the
age of 87. A Memorial Tea will be
held at Timothy Eaton Gardens on
Friday June 26, 2015 at 2:00 pm.
A full obituary will appear in
Thursday's edition. Please sign
the memorial register at website:
www.wjjonesandson.com
(Obituaries).
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