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SKIBINSKY - Mrs. Noreen Teresa Skibinsky beloved wife of Dale and loving mother of Shane and Kendra passed away on Thursday, December 29, 2016 at the age of 49 years. Noreen was born on January 14, 1967. She was the fourth child of Marian and Miles Lozinsky. Her place of birth was Montmarte, SK and she attended school in Assiniboia, Langenburg and Kipling. After high school she attended the University of Saskatchewan in Saskatoon. She married her first husband Allan Varjassy and eventually graduated with a Bachelor of Education. She first taught at schools located in Blue River. BC and Peace River, AB before moving to Yorkton in 1991. She and Allan had two children: Shane, born in 1996 and Kendra, born in 1998. In 2009 she married Dale Skibinsky. Noreen received recognition for 25 years of teaching with Christ the Teacher School Division this year. Her years were divided between St. Mary’s and St. Paul’s. Noreen’s passion and heart was teaching the little people in grade one. She was very involved in the school community, leading the environment club, sharing her faith through religious celebrations and organizing Literacy Nights for her students. Noreen served with the Christ the Teacher Association as treasurer and then as President Elect from 2014-2016. Noreen has earned her black belt in Taekwondo and enjoyed participating in CrossFit to stay in shape. She was always a big supporter of her children’s hobbies and took great pride in their accomplishments. She was very strong, loving and caring, always putting others’ needs before her own. Her warm and generous personality made her loved by many. Noreen leaves behind her husband Dale Skibinsky and two children, Shane and Kendra Varjassy. She will lovingly be remembered by her parents, Marian and Miles Lozinsky, her mother-in-law Anne Skibinsky and her four siblings, M. Rod (Erika) Vancouver, James (Shar) Black Diamond, Darrell (Kathryn) Regina and Marie of Regina. The Prayer vigil service was held on Monday evening January 2, 2017 from St. Gerard’s Roman Catholic Church Yorkton. The organist was Diana Hornung leading the Congregation and Choir in the Hymns: “Christ Be Our Light”, “Psalm 27” and “Precious Lord, Take My Hand”. Father Francis Hengen was presider with Sherri Senchuk as Scripture Reader. Words of Remembrance of Noreen’s life were given by Tricia Chisholm and Jenn Stackhouse. The Funeral Mass was Celebrated on Tuesday morning January 3, 2017 with Father Francis Hengen as Celebrant. The Pianist was Allison Kruger leading the Choir and Congregation in the Hymns: “Though The Mountains May Fall”, “Psalm 40”, “On Eagles Wings”, “Be Not Afraid”, “Song Of The Angels” and “Praise The Lord With The Sound Of Trumpets”. The cross bearer was Quinn Haider with Orest Machushek and Stephanie Flaman as altar servers. The interment followed in the Garden of Memories Yorkton Memorial Gardens with Noreen’s husband Dale and her children Shane and Kendra serving as urn bearers. Condolences to the family may be sent to Funeral and Cremation Care by Bailey’s Funeral Home Yorkton.

BREZINSKI - Betty Leona Brezinski of Yorkton, formerly of Invermay, passed away peacefully at her home in Aspen Bluff Villa, Yorkton on Sunday, January 1, 2017. She was 83 years of age. Betty was born on November 16, 1933 on the family farm in the Buchanan District, the daughter of Joseph and Anna (Wolkowski) Soloski. Her siblings were Rudy, Joyce, Al and Bronoslaw, who died in infancy. She completed grade 9 at Buchanan School and at the age of 16 ventured to Winnipeg to work as a receptionist at St. Joseph’s Hospital. About a year later she returned home and became a teller at the Royal Bank in Invermay. In May 1952 Betty met the love of her life, Marion, at a Feast Day celebration at St. Andrew’s Church, north of Invermay. In October of that same year Betty became Marion’s wife at St. Ann’s R.C. Church, Buchanan. After working for a short time in Westburn, MB, Marion and Betty returned to tend to Marion’s family farm, 10 miles NE of Invermay and care for his younger siblings; Tony, Louis and Adele. They farmed the homestead for the next ten years while Betty became the mother of her first three children, Cecilia, David and Gerald. In September 1961 the young family moved to the house they built with their own hands, 3 miles south of the homestead. It was here that the next three children; Lydia, Monica and James were added to the family. At the side of her husband, Betty developed a farmyard and four quarters of land. With her husband she gardened, worked the dairy, hauled the grain, slopped the pigs, picked the eggs, butchered the chickens, drove the school bus and raised their reason for living - their 6 children. Betty often spoke about how “we never worked on Sunday, but the work was always done” and Betty always made sure there was time for their cherished neighbours, friends and family. On top of all this Betty still found time to sew, crochet and home-cooked meals were her specialty. After the children left home Betty was the librarian and then a receptionist at the doctors office in Invermay. 1992 was the year of the farm auction sale though the newly retired couple lived at their farmyard for 2 more years. In 1994 they bought a house in Yorkton and the move was made to the city. As Marion’s health was failing, Betty reached out for help and moved to Calgary to be near her son, David, brother Al, sister Joyce and their families. August 1998 brought Betty and Marion back to Yorkton to a manageable apartment. In Betty’s words “….things changed. Another leaf got turned over…” - on September 24, 1999, the love of her life was admitted to the Yorkton Regional Nursing Home. With Marion taken care of, Betty found pleasure in cooking for the Redemptorist priests of Our Mother of Perpetual Help Church in Yorkton. For 8 years Betty never missed a day of visiting her husband and she was at his side when he passed away. If ever she needed to be away, she made sure someone took her place. Occasions that took Betty away from the farm with Marion or later from Marion’s side included family functions like Baptisms, First Communions, Confirmations, graduations, Ukrainian Dancing or sporting events and weddings of her 22 grandchildren and 18 greatgrandchildren and the funeral of her grandson, Michael. Betty and Marion also made numerous pilgrimages together and recently Betty humbly bragged about never missing the pilgrimage in Rama. Betty was very happy to say she travelled from the east coast to the west coast of Canada - the Rocky Mountains being her favourite. She has boxes of memorabilia of trips she made to Lourdes, Florida, Hawaii, Ukraine, Winona, Spain and most treasured were the pilgrimages she made with her brother, Al, to the Holy Land and Rome where she prayed with all her heart for those dear to her. Fairview Arms Independent Living Condo became Betty’s new home in July 2002. She lived there and loved the lifestyle of freedom to come and go it gave her until rapidly declining health forced her to move to Aspen Bluff Villa Private Care Home on December 1, 2016. After receiving all the blessings that her beloved Church offered, it was from her new home that Betty passed away peacefully in her sleep on January 1, 2017. May she rest in peace. Prayers were held on Friday, January 6, 2017 preceded by the praying of the rosary led by Betty’s grandchildren from St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church in Yorkton with Very Rev. Father Bohdan Lukie, C.Ss.R. officiating. Funeral Mass was celebrated according to the traditional Latin rite on Saturday, January 7, 2017 at 10:00 am from the Yorkton Memorial Gardens Family Centre with Rev. Father Raymond Lillis as the Celebrant. Grandsons, Jason Sliva, Eric Sliva, Gregory Dutchak, Timothy Sliva and Joseph Sliva served as altar servers. Honourary Bearers were grandchildren, Laura, Donna, Nicole, Melissa, Jessica, Caitlyn, Aaron, Sarah, Naomi, Stephanie, Mercedes, Kimberly, Austin and all eighteen great-grandchildren. Interment followed in the Yorkton City Cemetery with Jackson Brezinski, Griffin Brezinski, Kenneth Soloski, Garth Sliva, James Huber and Kevin Sliva serving as the casket bearers. Memorials in memory of Betty may be made toward Mass Offerings or to Palliative Care at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre as gifts of remembrance. Condolences can be sent to the family at Arrangements were entrusted to:



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Saturday, December 31, 2016 at Jowsey House (Sunrise Health Region). Frances Mroczko was born in Yorkton, SK. She attended Yorkton Composite High School then worked as a dedicated health care worker for 39 years with the Sunrise Health Region. Frances and Lyle were married in 1967 at St. Gerard’s Church in Yorkton, SK. She served with the Parish as Eucharistic Minister, Proclaimer of the Word, Hospitality Minister, Sacristan and Baptismal Sponsor. She also sang in the choir. Frances sat on the Parish Council and Social Committees and was a helping hand at Parish events. As a dedicated lifetime member of the Catholic Women’s League (CWL), she served as the President and was on the Diocesan for Regina, SK. She was an avid attendee of CWL conventions across the country. Frances was active in the Red Hat Society as a past Queen. She was a member of Scouts and Girl Guides as well as a Brownie leader for several years. Frances was delighted to lend a helping hand, giving time to numerous functions throughout the community. In her free time, Frances enjoyed travelling and has seen many sights across Canada from east to west. She travelled through 31 US states and 13 countries in Europe. She was an avid camper, a member of the Good Sam RV Club - Parkland Sams Chapter. She attended many Yorkton Terrier hockey games throughout the winter seasons. In the spring and summer, dancing was an enjoyable exercise and she attended numerous polka festivals. Frances also enjoyed taking the time to knit, crochet and garden. She enjoyed the arts and always had a special place in her heart for animals, especially cats. Frances was family orientated and always found time to sit down and enjoy a cup of coffee with her friends and neighbours. Frances was predeceased by her mother and father, Stella and Frank Balint, her sister, Irene Kunellis and her husband, Lyle Mroczko, as well as aunts, uncles and cousins. Frances leaves her son, Bernard Mroczko of Regina, SK, her daughters Bridget Mroczko of Edmonton, AB and Delilah (Michael) Gerein of Edmonton, AB, her grandchildren, Wynonna and Brayden Mroczko and Terry Gerein. She also leaves behind her brother, Gerald Balint, her sisters, Valerie (Glen) McIvor, Roxanne (Robert) Paulhus, brother-in-law Harvey Kunellis (Phyllis Fitzpatrick) and numerous nieces and nephews. Prayers were held on Thursday evening, January 5, 2017 from St. Gerard’s Roman Catholic Church, Yorkton with Fr. Francis Hengen officiating. Giffy Justine was the Lector. Pianist, Lorraine Lysak, led in the hymns ‘Like A Shepherd’, Psalm 23, ‘The Old Rugged Cross’ and ‘Peace is Flowing Like A River’. Son Bernard & daughter Delilah gave the eulogy. The Funeral Mass was celebrated on Friday, January 6, 2017 from St. Gerard’s Church. Fr. Hengen was the Celebrant, Fr. Basil Chomos Co-Celebrant. The Lectors were Jason McIvor & Wyonna Mroczko. The cross bearer was Brayden Mroczko, the gift bearers were Valerie & Glen McIvor. Piainst, Lorraine Lysak, led members of the Parish Choir and the congregation in the hymns ‘Morning Has Broken’, Psalm 138, ‘You Are Near’, ‘Be Not Afraid’, ‘On Eagles Wings’, ‘Song of the Angels’ and ‘Though The Mountains May Fall’. The casket bearers were Larry, Trevor & Jason McIvor, Rejean Houle, Henry Kweens & Greg Ottenbreit. The cremation committal took place in the family plot in the Garden of Crucifixion at the Yorkton Memorial Gardens. Son Bernard was the urn bearer. Condolences can be left at Memorials were to the Options Pregnancy Centre, 715 Victoria Ave., Regina, SK S4N 0R4.

DRUL - It Is with great sadness we announce the passing of Al Drul, husband, dad and pa on January 3, 2017 at Yorkton Regional Hospital at the age of 76, after a courageous battle with cancer. Alexander Allan Drul was born to John and Mary (Groshak) Drul on June 1, 1940 in Menzie, MB. He was the youngest of three boys and at a young age his family moved to Rossburn, MB where he attended school and worked on the family farm. After graduation, Al moved to Winnipeg where he began his career with Avco Finance in 1960. Al met Veronika in Winnipeg and they married on July 22, 1961. In 1964 he was promoted to senior management with Avco and was transferred to Yorkton to open a new regional branch. He successfully managed the office for thirty-three and a half years, achieving many awards along the way for his excellence. Everyone who knew Al always knew he had a great story or joke to share. He always offered you a drink before you got in the door if you stopped by the house. He MC’d more weddings and events than anyone else we knew and as a charismatic man could entertain any crowd. While his decades of dedicated hard work was notable, Friday Happy Hour at the back of the office was a tradition to share good laughs with good friends. ‘Avco Al’ (his title as an ‘unofficial crop inspector’) retired from Avco in 1994, although he continued to dedicate his time to the greater Yorkton community throughout his retirement. Al was busy working as an insurance and financial advisor and in his final years Alexander’s Men’s Wear recruited him (for his impeccable style) and to assist in the store when he was away. Al’s commitment, excellent leadership skills and his belief to always give back was well-recognized within the community. He held the position of an executive member and/or President for many organizations over the years. Al was an active member of the Kinsmen and K-40 Clubs and participated in TeleMiracle, fundraising efforts of the Kinsmen Arena, as well as many other events. He was a board member for eight years for the Yorkton Housing Authority at Anderson Lodge and executive President for many years of the Ukrainian Orthodox Church. Al was also actively involved as director with minor sports, coaching hockey and baseball as well as volunteering many hours at the hall working bingos and special functions. While Al had a busy schedule he never missed a birthday party, just as cake was served he always came through that back door! Al was an integral part of the twenty-year tradition of the Mountview Open Golf Tournament. He loved cheering for his favourite teams the Bombers (then the Riders) and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Al was actively involved in chauffeuring many world class curling teams such as the Howard, Gushue, Martin and Ferbey teams when they were in town or in Kelowna. He especially enjoyed dancing and listening to his favourite song ‘Too Old to Die Young’ by Moe Bandy. Al loved having company over, even if that meant leaving the front grass half cut. He always said the grass would be there waiting for him when he got back. Al enjoyed many activities such as curling, golfing, fishing and boating at the many lakes in Saskatchewan and Manitoba with his young family. He loved his travels with his family, including a trip with Colleen to Russia and to the many parts of Canada and the US with Veronika. Another special trip was visiting Corinne and her family when they lived in Bolivia, South America. One of Al’s fondest trips was when he and Veronika travelled to Hawaii with the children and grandchildren. Al and Veronika had the good fortune to spend the last ten winters in Kelowna, BC. He is survived by his wife, Veronika of 56 years, son Curtis (Michelle) of Calgary, daughters Colleen of Edmonton and Corinne of Kelowna, granddaughters Sydney of Vancouver, Morgan and grand dog Molli, Kennedy of Calgary and brother Ernie (Lillian) of Rossburn. He is predeceased by his parents, John and Mary Drul, brother Zenon (Rose) Drul, and son-in-law John Snape. The family wishes to thank friends and relatives for support and prayers during Al’s illness and the health caregivers. Prayers were held on Sunday evening, January 8, 2017, the funeral service was held on Monday morning, January 9, 2017, all from the Holy Transfiguration Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Yorkton. Very Rev. Mel Slashinsky was the Celebrant. Cantor, Yvonne Panchuk, assisted by members of the Parish Choir, sang the responses. The cross bearers were Sydney, Morgan & Kennedy Snape. Honourary bearers were Howie Fehrenbach, Geoff Dawson, Johnny Kruk, Nick Kucher, Ron Hubbs & Wayne Elliott. The interment took place in the Garden of St. Luke at the Yorkton Memorial Gardens with Al Greschuk, Alex Gerard, Cal Smith, Darrel Drul, Kevin Yurkiw and Randy Geisler serving as the casket bearers. Condolences can be left at Memorials were to Kinsmen Telemiracle.


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NAPADY - Bernice passed away on Sunday, January 1, 2017 at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre. She was 72 years of age. Bernice was born on April 14, 1944 in the Elfros district. She was the fourth child of seven born to Peter and Catherine Deneschuk. Her childhood years were spent on the family farm at Elfros and then Wroxton. She attended Chaucer and Wroxton Schools and at age 16 began operating the Deneschuk grocery store in Wroxton. In 1959 she met Peter Napady and they were married July 1, 1961. They moved to the Napady family farm at Wroxton where they were blessed with three sons: Faron, Marty and Brian. In the fall of 1976, the family moved to Theodore where Bernice was employed at Hank’s Meat Shop, Theodore Hospital and later the Theodore Health Care Centre where she was employed for 21 years as a Cook 2, which she retired from in 2004. She then kept herself busy making thousands of dozen of perogies and cabbage rolls to sell. She enjoyed shopping trips to Yorkton and bingos with her friends. Bernice loved spending time with her family, camping, evening drives in the country with Peter and boat rides and fishing trips with Brian. When she could, she loved to travel, which included her special trip to Maui in 2008. She could always be found in her garden which she thoroughly enjoyed as she had a keen green thumb. In 2011 she was diagnosed with cancer and fought a very courageous battle until the end. Bernice was predeceased by her husband Peter, her son Faron, parents Peter and Catherine Deneschuk, her brother Mervin, mother and father-in-law Mary and Metro Napady and brother and sisters-in-law Harry, Jenny, Nettie and Ann. Bernice is survived by her sons Marty and Brian (Wendy); her grandchildren Derek (Karlee Karakochuk), Jayden and Kierra; brothers Walter (Theresa), Ted (Emily), Joe (Christine); sisters Elizabeth (Tony), Shirley (Leo). She also leaves to mourn many family members, nieces, nephews and friends. Prayers were held on Friday evening, January 6, 2017 from the Yorkton Memorial Gardens Family Centre. The Requiem Divine Liturgy was celebrated on Saturday, January 7, 2017 from St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church in Yorkton with Rev. Father Ray Lukie C.Ss.R. as Celebrant. The cross bearer and Epistle-reader was Kierra Napady. Honourary bearers were Elizabeth Salyn, Shirley Oleskiw, Theresa Deneschuk, Emily Deneschuk and Christine Dennis. The interment took place at the Yorkton City Cemetery with Jayden Napady, Walter, Ted and Erwin Deneschuk, Leo Oleskiw and Corey Walker serving as the casket bearers. Condolences can be left at Memorials were to St. Mary’s Church.

POPPENHEIM - Barry Royce of Greenwood, BC, passed away suddenly at his home on Saturday, December 17, 2016 with his life partner James Bruce Grattan at his side. Barry was 67 years of age. Barry was born in Yorkton, SK on Tuesday, January 11, 1949 to Jack and Lena (nee Petroschuk) Poppenheim. He grew up in Rhein, SK where he attended school for grades 1 to 8, and then on to Yorkton Composite High School, where he attained his Grade 12 diploma. Barry also attended the University of Regina and the University of Saskatoon. He then moved west, to Vancouver where he met his life partner Bruce, in March of 1971. Throughout his life, Barry embarked on numerous entrepreneurial ventures and adventures such as the manufacturing of bow ties, beekeeping, a thriving rose propagation business just to name a few, all of which were a resounding success. Barry was also employed by Canada Post Corporation as a Financial Supervisor and resided in Cassiar and Kamloops, BC to fulfill this role. It was the Kootenay/Boundary area of British Columbia that Barry and Bruce both fell in love with. This is where they made their home for the past 15 years. At the time of his passing, Barry was employed with Grand Forks Realty in Grand Forks, BC. Throughout his real estate career, Barry obtained the Top Seller Award several times, for his outstanding performance and service to his many clients. Barry was a loving and caring human being, who always gave back to his community. He was compassionate, caring, generous, a mentor to many and was deeply loved by everyone who knew him. His positive energy, his beaming smile and his contagious and boisterous laugh will be missed by all. He loved, was loved, and he lived his life to its fullest. Barry’s good friend, Margaret Graham, who said on one occasion when she and Barry were walking in her garden, Barry turned to her and said, “I lived the dream”. Indeed he did! Barry was predeceased by his mother Lena on November 26, 1972 at the age of 51, his father Jack on December 22, 1974 at the age of 66, his brother William John in infancy (1947) and his nephew Mark Evan Cuss on December 3, 2006 at the age of 27. Barry is survived by his life partner of 45 years, Bruce Grattan of Greenwood, BC, sister Lois Purves (Richard) of Rhein, SK, sister Linda Cuss (Evan) of Spy Hill, SK and brother Bob Poppenheim of Vancouver, BC. He is also survived by his nephew Tyler Purves, Tyler’s wife Tatania and their 3 children, Barry’s great nephews, Aiden Andrew Purves, Jacob Tyler Purves and great neice, Rachel Anna Purves, all of Saskatoon, SK, along with neice Kristin Kueber and Kristin’s husband George and their 2 sons, Barry’s great nephews Duncan Mark Kueber and Brayden George Kueber, all of Killiam, AB. Barry also leaves to mourn his passing, his last surviving uncle, Merlin J. Mroske of Yorkton, SK, along with several cousins and his two God Sons, Marcus Graham and Max Graham, who he truly adored. No service as per Barry’s request. Cremation. LAZURKO - Mrs. Mary Lazurko, beloved mother, grandmother and great-grandmother passed away peacefully on December 29, 2016. She was 91 years of age. Mary was born March 16, 1925 in the Willowbrook district to William and Ann (nee Protz) Prybylski. She was united in marriage to Fred on November 4, 1945. They raised 4 children and looked after 8 foster children. She also sponsored 1 boy in Ukraine. Mary worked 10 years at the Yorkton Union Hospital, due to illness she had to retire early. Mary was always involved in her church, which was first priority, she belonged to the UCWL in Willowbrook and Yorkton and was president of both. She also belonged to the St. Mary’s Golden Agers as well. She liked to play Bingo with her friends in the Golden Agers Centre. Mary loved her sports. Her dad had season tickets with the Yorkton Terriers for years until he passed away and she always followed the Terriers thereafter. Mary would also make it a point to watch the Blue Jays games on television. Curling was also a highlight for her on television. In her spare time Mary loved to knit. She would knit hats and mitts for children who had none as well as covers for people in wheel chairs. Above all, Mary was happy to spend time with her grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Predeceased by her husband Fred on November 9, 1993; her father William on April 7, 1955; her mother, Ann on June 8, 1989 and brothers John in infancy; Orest on May 7, 1986 and sister-in-law Evangeline and Frank on May 30, 2001. Mary leaves to mourn her passing and cherish her memory her children and their families: daughter, Christine (Jim) Moger, grandchild, Jimmy (Michelle); great-grandchildren Lane and Kyden; grandchild Sandy (Bobbi); great-grandchildren, Camron and Hallie; grandchild Michael (Kelly); great-grandchild, Anja and grandchild Cathy. Daughter Elizabeth; daughter Darlene (Allen), grandchild Mandi (Darryll); great-grandchild Scarlett; grandchildren Ami (Nathan), Trista (Don); greatgrandchild Natalie, son Christopher (Mary-Ann), granddaughter Lori and great-grandchild Taylor. She is also survived by her four sisters Rose, Angie, Adela, Margaret and sister-in-law, Olga. Prayers were held on Sunday evening, January 1, 2017 from St. Mary’s Ukrainian Catholic Church in Yorkton. The Requiem Divine Liturgy was celebrated on Monday, January 2, 2017 from St. Mary’s Church with Most Rev. Bishop Brian Bayda C.Ss.R., Very Rev. Fr. Bohdan Lukie C.Ss.R., Rev. Fr. Ray Lukie C.Ss.R. and Rev. Fr. Methodius Kushko C.Ss.R. as Celebrants. The cross bearer was Mandi Dzuba and the epistle reader was Trista Dzuba. Members of St. Mary’s CWL formed an Honour Guard at the Liturgy. The interment followed in the Garden of St. Luke at the Yorkton Memorial Gardens with Bill Prybylski, Emil and Carl Lazurko, Nathan Varga, Don Anderson and Darryll McNary serving as the casket bearers. Condolences can be left at Memorials were to St. Mary’s Church Memorial Fund.



FEDUN - Ervin “Erv”. Erv passed away peacefully on Tuesday, December 27, 2016 at the age of 76 years. He is lovingly remembered by his wife, Dana; his sons, Daniel, Dustin (Tarra) and Anthony (Ashley); grandchildren, Christopher, Ashley and Evan; sisters, Mary Fedun and Julie (Clarence) Watson; as well as numerous other relatives and friends. Erv was predeceased by his parents, Peter and Pearl; daughters, Shari and Dawn; and siblings, Rose, Nicholas and Mervin Fedun and Adeline Martinek. Erv was a baker, master bowler and enjoyed walks on the beach looking for seashells. He was also an avid Flames fan, always enjoying a game. A Funeral Service will be held at St. Paul’s Catholic Church, 1305 Main Street S., Airdrie, AB on Friday, January 6, 2017 at 1:00 pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Erv’s memory to the Alberta Children’s Hospital, 2888 Shaganappi Trail NW, Calgary, AB, T3B 6A8. Messages of condolence may be left for the family at

ASHCROFT - Joan Elizabeth Ashcroft was born June 20, 1936, the daughter of John Thomas (Milton) Brears and Minnie (Maxwell) Brears. She was raised on the farm on the Cutarm Creek near Bredenbury, SK. Upon graduation from high school Joan moved to Regina, where she started working for SaskTel. Joan married Rick Rinquist in 1957 and had two sons, Robert born in February, 1959 and Scott was born in March, 1960. Sadly, in December of 1960, Rick died in a car crash on Christmas Eve. Joan married Tom Ashcroft on June 9, 1962, initially living in Melville, SK where their daughter, Colleen was born in July 1963. Being the family of an RCMP officer meant that they moved extensively until finally being able to settle on Yorkton in September, 1976, making a permanent home for the family. Joan was a stay-at-home mom until the three children graduated. She then took a job in the shoe department at The Bay in Yorkton, where she made lifelong friends including Ruth. She stayed with the Bay until its closing in the city. In 1986, Tom and Joan moved to an acreage south of Yorkton, building a lovely log home, where they spent their retirement years, only venturing out for a few memorable vacations, including a trip to New Zealand in 2000. Joan was blessed to enjoy seeing her two sons marry. Robert married Audrey (Riffel) in 1987. They live in Yorkton and have three daughters; Skye, Autumn and Rae. In 1997, Scott moved to Taiwan with a career as an English teacher. While in Taiwan, he met Bonnie and they were married in 1999. Joan visited Taiwan in 2012 and was able to meet Bonnie’s family. Colleen lived next door and eventually moved into the house to take care of Joan, the house and the yard after Tom’s passing. Joan also loved spending time with her grandchildren, inviting one of the three girls to visit so she could concentrate her attention and have quality time with the one child. She enjoyed watching them grow and marry, eventually meeting her first grandchild, Maverick Bodnaryk in 2016. Joan passed quietly on Sunday, December 18, 2016 at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre, Yorkton, SK. She was 80 years of age. Joan was predeceased by her father, Milton Brears; her mother, Minnie and stepmother, Betty; her husbands, Rick Rinquist and Tom Ashcroft and grandson-in-law, Patrick Rushowick. Left to mourn her passing are her children, Rob (Audrey), Scott (Bonnie) and Colleen; grandchildren, Skye (Herman), Autumn (Matthew) and Rae (Tyler) and great-grandchild, Maverick; brother Murray (Twila) Brears as well as numerous nieces, nephews and friends. A Memorial Service was held on Saturday, January 7, 2017 from the Chapel of Christie’s Funeral Home in Yorkton, SK officiated by Shelly Morris. The organist, Carla Laycock, led the congregation in the singing of the hymns, “Amazing Grace” and “In the Bulb There is a Flower”. Special taped music selections included Elvis Presley singing “Take My Hand, Precious Lord” and “In the Garden”. The urn bearer was Joan’s son, Robert Ashcroft. A private family cremation committal will take place in the RCMP Depot Cemetery in Regina, SK at a later date. Friends so wishing may forward their condolences to the family by visiting Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Christie’s Funeral Home & Crematorium, Yorkton, Saskatchewan. WEBSTER - It is with sadness that the family announces the passing of Julia Louise Webster on December 31, 2016. Louise was born on April 8, 1921 to Dennis and Sarah Downes in Stockholm, SK. Louise began her education in Esterhazy and concluded high school in Rocanville. Louise, after finishing school, took a culinary course to help in the family restaurant, but much preferred working in the local doctor’s clinic. In Rocanville, she met her first husband Reginald (Reg) Cooper who she married in November of 1942. Reg and Louise moved to Bredenbury where Louise helped Reg run his heavy equipment construction business as well as raise their family of five children. In 1964, Reg died suddenly leaving Louise to raise the three youngest children on her own. In November of 1966, Louise remarried a long-time family friend Richard (Dick) Webster. They moved to the Webster family farm in the Clumber District. Louise became very involved with the farming operation. Their daughter Lorna Ann Marie was born in January of 1968. Eventually the farm was sold and they moved back into Bredenbury where Louise worked for Prince Insurance Agency. Dick was Louise’s soulmate and partner. Together they had a good life travelling extensively and enjoying many of the same interests. In 2006, Dick and Louise sold their home in Bredenbury and moved to the Bentley in Yorkton. After Dick’s death in 2010, Louise, due to failing health, moved to the Gladstone, Kamsack Care Home and eventually in September of 2015 to Lakeside Manor in Saltcoats where she resided till her passing. Louise was very proud of her Irish heritage and would remind all on March 17 that she was 100% IrishCanadian. She could be feisty and determined and would let you know if she thought you stepped out of line, but on the other hand always championed the underdog whether amongst family or friends. Louise was a people person who kept close contact with relatives and friends alike, always had time for a visit and over the years took care of many who had no family. As a wife, mother and grandmother she was always supportive in whatever her family endeavoured. She did not interfere or demand attention, but loved when family gathered and had a good time. Louise was always involved in community organizations. She enjoyed working with Bredenbury Community Club, Figure Skating Club, Curling Club, Busy Bees and Saskatchewan Senior Association. Louise was also very involved in the Legion Ladies Auxiliary where she was on the local executive and a Saskatchewan Zone Rep. She was very proud in 1989 to receive her Pin and Certificate of Life Membership as well as the 50 year Medal in 1997 honouring and thanking her for years of Service and a job well done from the Royal Canadian Legion Sask Command Ladies’ Auxiliary. Louise loved to read, play cards and was an avid fan of the weather channel and curling. She shared her many talents of sewing, knitting, chocolate making and of course crocheting. Her hands were always busy, right up to a few days before her death. Louise was predeceased by: her parents, Dennis and Sarah, sisters Nellie Hokanson and Bessie Buckell, brothers John, Andrew, Francis and Wilbert Downes; Husbands, Reginald Cooper and Richard Webster; a child in infancy and sons-in-law Myron Gabert and Peter Welechenko. Louise is survived by: her children: Jean Gabert (Myron); Joyce Morgan (Robert); Linda Cooper-Nagy (Joe); Dennis Cooper (Sherry); Debbie Welechenko (Peter) and Lorna Webster. Her grandchildren: Jeffery Gabert, Jason Gabert, Terri (Glenn) Parsons, Craig Morgan, Cheryl Andrew, Michelle Andrew, Christopher (Christy) Cooper, Reginald (Kathleen) Cooper, Samantha Cooper, Susan Hoff, Travis (Melanie) Welechenko and 3 great-grandchildren: Justin Zook, Christopher and Rainey Cooper. Survived also by sisters-in-law Marge Felgate, Margaret (Ken) Lowe and many nieces and nephews. Friends are invited to join the family for a celebration of Louise’s life on Saturday, May 20, 2017 at 2:00 pm from Knox United Church in Bredenbury. 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WINTONYK - Orest. In loving memory of Orrie Wintonyk. Born August 28, 1927, Yorkton, SK. Passed away December 16, 2016 in Winnipegosis Health Centre, age 89. Orrie was predeceased by his wife, Helen (1986), daughter Marcia (1988), 3 sisters (Lenore, Ethel & Verna), brother Albert. He leaves behind granddaughter Kendra, 3 sisters, Mary, Violet & Ruth (Bob) & brother Robert (Su) and brother-in-laws Lloyd Barabash (Lynn) & Eugene Barabash (Margaret) and many nieces and nephews. He grew up on the family farm near Dunleath, SK, attended 1 room Eden School and the Yorkton Collegiate High. After various jobs - CPR Telegraph operator in various locations, mining in Keno, Yukon, he operated movie theatres in Swan River & The Pas, MB and Hope, BC. He enjoyed the outdoors fishing and hunting, skiing with daughter Marcia and held a private pilots license. He took pride in training his champion black lab dogs, competing in many field trails and also raising over $2,000 for Cancer research. He enjoyed travelling world-wide, including the birth place of his father in Ukraine. Cremation has taken place. Internment to be beside his wife, Helen, at Lake View Memorial Gardens, Kelowna, BC. Special thanks to Archie Riddell for his kind concern and help and to staff of Swan River Hospital and Winnipegosis Health Centre.

SALAMON - Evelyn Hannah Anderson was born on the family farm near LeRoy, SK on May 28, 1930. She was the tenth of eleven children born to Elma and Charlie Anderson. She passed away December 31, 2016 at St. Paul’s Hospital in Saskatoon, SK. She was predeceased by her husband, Joe Salamon; her parents, four brothers, Albert, Omar, Arnold and Orion and five sisters, Effie, Cora, Clara, Ellen and Agnes as well as by her brothers-in-law, Les Watson, Matt Deverney, William Graham, Elmer Henning and Leslie Solomon. She attended Mintern and LeRoy Schools and then obtained her teaching certificate from Saskatoon Normal School. She began teaching in 1950 and taught at Mintern School; several country schools around Saltcoats including Boakview, Castleton, Clumber and Chatsworth B as well as at Bredenbury School. She also did substitute teaching until her retirement and then continued on with the traditional Christmas concerts at Glyndrw. She met Joe Salamon of the Boakview District in 1950 and they were married in Port Arthur (Thunder Bay) in 1951. They farmed in the Boakview and Perley districts for over fifty years and retired to Yorkton in 2005. After Joe’s passing, she moved to Saskatoon and had resided at Eamer Court since 2012. She was a loving and devoted daughter, sister, aunt, mother, grandmother and greatgrandmother. She leaves to mourn her passing her sister, Myrtle Henning, brother-in-law, George Thompson; six children: Joan (Robert) Elliott, Charles (Anthea), David (Noreen dec.), Wendy (Desmond) Walden, Christine (Ray) Thibault and Vince (Lynne). To her delight, 13 grandchildren joined the family (Alethea, Aaron, Jason, Patrick and Kaylea; Nathan, Megan; Terri, Joel; Elizabeth, James; Haylea, Erik and their partners. She proudly met the fourth generation: Aiden, Ethan; Eva, Lily and Nora; Mason, Makena; Anais, Matias; Soloman and Emmett. She also leaves many nieces, nephews, friends and neighbours. She and Joe loved travelling and took trips to the east and west coasts, the Yukon, across the northern United States, along with two memorable trips to Australia where they travelled and visited with Charlie and family and with Wendy and Des. She enjoyed camping and fishing with family and friends. Attending the various activities of her family she was our biggest coach, fan and supporter. An avid craftsperson she enjoyed pottery, painting and crocheting. Her knitting produced countless mittens, slippers, socks, toques, along with lovely Scandinavian sweaters. Always creative yet practical, she produced countless warm, beautiful quilts which will be treasured always. She always saw the beauty instead of obstacles; one example of this is how after long, hard hours spent picking rocks to clear fields, she took time and energy to turn them into beautiful rock gardens and patios which beautified the farm yard. The practical and necessary shelter belt of trees became a beautiful community landmark, animal and bird sanctuary. She loved music and played the piano, mandolin, guitar and auto harp. She and Joe played with local community groups for several years. “God writes the Gospel not in the Bible alone, but also on trees, and in the flowers and clouds and stars.” - Martin Luther. Evelyn loved nature and wildlife, including bird watching. A constant, passionate gardener, she shared the bounty of her huge garden with friends and family. Yearly we watched for her famous pickled carrots, beans, beets. She inspired us to follow and continue with ethnic cooking such as cabbage rolls, Swedish meatballs, lefse, kifli and poppy seed bread and buns. In recent years, she kept a pretty flower garden and enjoyed assisting grandson, Erik with his vegetable patch. This spring we will watch for the reawakening of her garden including her recently planted “Canada 150” tulip bulbs. “Time began in a Garden”. Throughout her life she was an avid reader and enjoyed a wide variety of literature. When her eyesight began fading she used an e-reader and audio books. She was a lifelong learner and had an incredible memory. She could repeat countless poems and song lyrics. She was an intelligent, creative, endlessly curious and passionate person. She watched over a large and diverse and extended family and was always concerned about everyone’s welfare. We always knew that she was in our corner and was proud of our accomplishments. She had a busy and interesting life, adapted well to life’s changes and in recent years met her health challenges with courage and dignity. She has earned a well-deserved rest. She was comfortable and enjoyed her meals and the company of her new friends at Eamer Court in Saskatoon. Our family would also like to thank the staff at St. Paul’s Hospital for the care and kindness she received during her final days. In lieu of flowers, donations may be directed to Hope Cancer Help Centre at 1290 Pinehouse Drive, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, S7K 5W1.

TEDESCHI - Ms. Thresia Tedeschi aged ninety-six years of Yorkton. Marie Tedeschi was born on May 9, 1920 in Yorkton, SK. Thresia went home for Christmas to her Lord and Saviour on December 25, 2016. A daughter of Louis and Margaret (nee Swereda) Tedeschi. Thresia grew up in Yorkton and attended Victoria School and later, Yorkton Collegiate Institute. After graduation, Thresia worked as a secretary for St Joseph’s College and then Butter Graders office in Yorkton. On August 26, 1940, she began working for SaskTel and continued with that company in various positions and built a career that lasted 43 years. Thresia enjoyed her career at SaskTel, working with the public as they came in to pay their phone bills. Thresia was very proud of SaskTel and being a member of the Pioneers, a volunteer network. She made many long lasting friendships with colleagues, especially Adeline and Larry Markham. Following her retirement, Thresia remained active with her friends and family and her many interests, especially her church. She served her church and those with religious vocations faithfully and generously. She was a dedicated parishioner of St. Gerard’s Roman Catholic Church and a charter member of the Catholic Women’s League of Canada. Thresia was predeceased by her mother, Margaret in 1962, her father Louis in 1968, her sisters, Edna Tedeschi, Gladys Naphin, Marion Eckhart, Irene Fennessy, Leona Pawluk, Margaret Gorell and Louis, Vivian and Violet Jean in infancy. Thresia was also predeceased by two nephews, Richard Fennessy and Doug Allan and one grand-niece, Dr. Angela Lindberg. Left to remember Auntie Thresia’s kindness and loyalty to family are four nephews, Michael Fennessy, Patrick Naphin, Robert Naphin and Dennis Naphin; five nieces, Jean Frederick, Marg Schellenburg, Diana Lee Brown, Heather Allan (wife of Doug) and Mary-Anne Naphin and twenty-two great-nieces and nephews. The family would like to thank Home Care staff and nurses that assisted her so she could live in her home for many years before going into the nursing home. Thresia remained in her family home, 138 First Avenue North, for 88 1/2 years. Thank you also to the Yorkton Nursing Home staff and private caregivers, Iris Yaremko and Bernice Machushek and devoted friend Sister Nestor Kyba. Special thanks also go out to many of her friends and neighbours. Yorkton’s spirit of helping one another shone. Thresia was so proud to be a Yorktonite. A Prayer Vigil was held on Friday, January 6, 2017. Funeral Mass was celebrated on Saturday, January 7, 2017 from St. Gerard’s Roman Catholic Church in Yorkton with Rev. Francis Hengen as the Celebrant. Miriam Leis served as the cross bearer. Pianist, Chris Fisher with members of the parish choir led the congregation in the singing of the hymns, ‘This Day God Gives Me’, ‘Psalm 103’, ‘This Alone’, ‘Here I Am Lord’, ‘Lord’s Prayer’, ‘Song of the Angels’ and ‘Though the Mountains May Fall’. Members of the CWL served as a Honour Guard. Interment followed in the Yorkton City Cemetery with Michael Fennessy, Pat Skaluba, Susan Caie, Aaron Korchinski, Ryan Naphin, Michael Naphin and Kate Petrie serving as the casket bearers. Memorials honouring Thresia’s life may be made to Camp O’Neil or to St. Gerard’s Church Memorial Fund as gifts of remembrance. Condolences can be sent to the family at Arrangements were entrusted to:

Yorkton This Week | | Wednesday, January 11, 2017 Obituaries


KERLUKE - Stanley - December 10, 1931 - December 24, 2016. It is with very heavy hearts that we announce the peaceful passing of our beloved husband, father and grandfather, Stan at Langley Memorial Hospital on Christmas Eve. He leaves behind to mourn his loving wife of 54 years, Patricia, son, John, daughter, Barbara, and son, Jason. Greatly missing their Papa are his dearly loved granddaughters, Juliana and Jessica. Stan was a prairie boy at heart, born and raised on the family farm near Rhein, SK, he is also survived by his brother, Peter (Ann), sisters, Sadie (Peter), Anne and Mary and brother John (Denise) as well as many nieces, nephews, cousins and friends. Services were held at 11am, Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at Henderson’s Langley Funeral Home, 20786 Fraser Highway, Langley, BC. Burial followed at Fort Langley Cemetary in Langley, BC. Please join us in remembering Stan by visiting our Memorial at Through this site, we invite you to share your thoughts and fond memories with our family. WE LOVE YOU DAD - REST IN PEACE BORYS - Eli was born on September 1, 1926, on the family farm in the Fone Hill district. He was the ninth of eleven children born to Stefan and Emily (nee Nazarkiewicz) Borys. He attended Fone Hill School and the Yorkton Collegiate Institute. Upon completing his education, Eli remained on the family farm. In 1961, Eli married his wife, Emily. They farmed together until 1971, at which time they retired from farming and moved into Yorkton. Eli enjoyed gardening, fishing and reading (especially western paperbacks). He was an avid bowler and horseshoe player. Eli liked to play cards and spent many hours with his brother, Fritz at the Casino. He also liked to watch sports on television and even though he was in the hospital, he was able to watch this year’s Grey Cup (however, he fell asleep and missed the overtime excitement and was quite surprised when he found out what he had missed). Eli could be found many mornings on coffee row at MacDonalds catching up on the “news”. Eli was predeceased by his wife, Emily; his parents, Stefan and Emily; his sisters, Anne Rushkewich and Mary Osborne; his brothers, Alex, William “Bill”, Fred, John, Mike and Fritz; his brothers-in-law, William Osborne, George Rushkewich and Steve Wach and his sisters-in-law, Marie Borys and Alma Borys. He is survived by one sister, Katherine Wach and one brother, Max (Jennie) Borys; one sister-in-law, Grace Borys; two stepchildren, Edward (Debbie) Borys of Prince George, BC and their children, Jody (Josh) Cronk, Kim (Derrick) Goyer and Bobbi Borys all of Prince George, BC and Sharon (Merven) Hudemka of Lethbridge, AB and their children, Melinda (Troy) Kline of Lethbridge, AB and Roni (Jon) Kirkness of Calgary, AB as well as seven great-grandchildren, numerous nieces, nephews, other relatives and friends. A Memorial Service was held on Friday, January 6, 2017 from the Chapel of Christie’s Funeral Home in Yorkton, SK with Shelly Morris officiating. Words of tribute and eulogy were shared by Roni Kirkness and Allen Miller. Special taped music selections included, “Make Me a Channel of Your Peace”, “The Lord is My Shepherd” and “Amazing Grace”. The Cremation Committal followed in the Yorkton City Cemetery with Jon Kirkness serving as the urn bearer. Friends so wishing may forward their condolences to the family by visiting Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Christie’s Funeral Home & Crematorium, Yorkton, Saskatchewan.

BRODA - Casimir John - May 11, 1929 - December 28, 2016 entered eternal rest at the Kamsack Hospital at the age of 87 with his family at his side. Cas was born to parents Joe and Sophie Broda (nee Suwala) in Goodeve, SK. The family eventually moved and settled north of Kamsack on a farm in the St. Philips District where Cas attended school and helped with the family farm. At age 18 he headed east and spent many years working in northern Ontario cutting logs in bush camps. Cas met Marie Kerluke and they were married on November 6, 1952 - a loving marriage that lasted 64 years. Cas was the founder of Broda Construction and he bought his first truck in 1957. His pursuit to operate a successful and honest business took him to many parts of the country as the business grew. He groomed many business friendships that have lasted a lifetime. He retired from the business in 2004. One of Cas’ passions was the family farm. Over time he acquired more and more farm land and he loved nothing more than to spend a day at the farm on the tractor cultivating the land. (This was much better than golfing or fishing in his mind). Over the years Cas has always been a strong community supporter and leader. His strong passion to give back lasted throughout his entire life span. He has received many awards, honours and distinctions, with the most notable being a recipient of the Saskatchewan Order of Merit in 2009. Cas’ dedication to his Catholic Faith was strong and undeniable. Cas was a long standing Fourth Degree member of the Knights of Columbus. There were many private and quiet causes that were supported by Cas and Marie over the years. His passion for the grotto in Rama, SK and for St. Michael’s Camp at Madge Lake, SK are just two examples of his efforts to build reminders that would be long lasting and help keep the Catholic Faith present in our lives. He wanted to share his faith with everyone who wanted to experience it. Cas was a man that made a lasting impression on those who knew him. He was strong and determined and bore an influence on everyone around him. He used his time on earth well - he accomplished many things and he believed in making a difference. He has made the world a better place. Cas will never be forgotten and will be dearly missed. In true Cas style, he fought hard to stay with us for as long as he could before he found peace. Cas is survived by his loving wife Marie, his three children Gordie (Barbara), Shannon (Bradley) and Robbie (Colleen), his eight grandchildren Noelle, Joel (Blaire), Sash, Taylor (Stephanie), Brianna, Jake, Taryn, and Aidan, his one great-grandchild Zayla, his sisters Rosaline, Josephine, Helen and Adeline (Emmanuel), his brothers Ed (Nancy) and Louie and by his many nieces, nephews and cousins. Cas was predeceased by his parents Joe and Sophie Broda, his sister Mary and his brother Ray. Prayer service was held Monday, January 2, 2017 at 7 pm from the O.C.C. Hall, (407 Park Street West) in Kamsack, SK. Mass of Christian Burial was held Tuesday, January 3, 2017 at 1:00 pm from St. Stephen’s Roman Catholic Church, (402 3rd St.), Kamsack, SK. Friends who so desire may make memorial contributions to the Kamsack Hospital Ladies Auxiliary or to Mass Offerings as tokens of remembrance. To leave a note of condolence for the Broda family, please visit



VIDOMSKI - John Vidomski, beloved son of Vincent and Josephine (nee: Vargacha), passed away on Wednesday, December 28, 2016 at the Yorkton Regional Health Centre, Yorkton, SK. He was 81 years of age. John was born in the Otthon District and spent his early years on the farm alongside his parents. For a time he drove the mail truck but following his mother’s sudden passing on June 14, 1982, he moved from the family farm to Otthon with his father. John enjoyed gardening and doing woodwork. He looked after his father, Vincent until his passing on October 31, 2000. John continued to live in Otthon until failing health forced him to move to Queen Elizabeth Court in Yorkton, where he spent the last few years. John was a very gentle, religious, private person and will be missed by everyone who knew him. John was predeceased by his parents. He leaves to mourn his passing and celebrate his life, his aunt, Vicky Chipeur as well numerous cousins, other relatives and many dear friends. Funeral Mass was celebrated on Wednesday, January 4, 2017 from St. Gerard’s Roman Catholic Church in Yorkton, SK with Father Francis Hengen officiating. Assisting in the service were the cross bearer, Rejean Houle, Cantor, Eugene Kuemper, Lectors, Wayne Exner and Keith Hayward, General Intercessions, Elaine Exner and Minister of Holy Communion, Deanna Pellatt. The accompanist, Judy Berg, led the congregation and members of the church choir in the singing of the hymns, “How Great Thou Art”, “Psalm 23”, “On Eagle’s Wings”, “Amazing Grace”, “Song of the Angels” and “Though the Mountains May Fall”. The Interment Service followed in the Yorkton City Cemetery with Brian Exner, Elaine Exner, Wayne Exner, Jeff Krasowski, Deanna Pellatt and Edwin Pellatt serving as the casket bearers. Friends so wishing may forward their condolences to the family by visiting Funeral arrangements were entrusted to Christie’s Funeral Home & Crematorium, Yorkton, Saskatchewan. ZAHARIA - On Saturday, December 31, 2016 Doris Zaharia of Yorkton completed her journey on the Highway to Heaven, walking hand in hand with Jesus to her eternal home. At the age of 95 years, she passed away peacefully at the Yorkton District Nursing Home with family by her side. Doris Ann (nee Verbiwski) was born in Canora, SK on March 5, 1921. Doris was the youngest in a family of eight children, born to Mary (nee Kaldalar) and Wasyl Verbiwski. She attended school at Burgis, SK. On May 11, 1941, Doris married the love of her life, George Gordon Zaharia, at the Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Canora. Their marriage of 58 years was blessed with three wonderful children, Ron George, Alice Ann and Blaine William. During her life, Doris lived in many places; Englefeld, Shellmouth, Mikado, Dropmore, Kuroki, Donwell, Stenen and Gorlitz. Many happy years were spent residing in Gorlitz. Doris took great happiness in hairdressing, since she was able to meet new friends. She worked at Kmart, in the stock room. All who worked with her would call her “Mom”. One of Doris’ greatest passions was her faith. She loved her family endlessly. Doris enjoyed baking braided bread, making borscht, cornmeal and perogies with her best friend, Vicki. Doris loved many pastimes, gardening, playing cards, sewing quilts, curling and her love of reading was lifelong. She relished visits to the cabin at Burgis Beach, Good Spirit Lake. Most of all, she cherished spending time with family and friends. On retirement, George and Doris were very proud to purchase a home on Matheson Crescent in Yorkton. They both took pleasure in their garden and beautiful Chinese peonies. Doris lived in the family home for some time before moving to Yorkton District Nursing Home on July 31, 2009. It was here where she was reunited with her friend Vicki, who was also a resident. While in her new home, she continued to make borscht and braided bread. Doris took great delight in venturing out to visit, going to the casino and playing bingo. She brought a smile to many faces with her humour and joke telling. Doris was predeceased by her husband George, son Ronald and her siblings Forsena, Mary, Nick, Steve, Anne, Neil and Mike. Doris will be lovingly remembered and her life celebrated by her daughter, Alice (Gerald) Lubyk and their children Karrie (Randy) Houle and children Haley and Ashley, Kayla Lubyk and Krista (Aaron) Toner and children Rowen, Jasmine and Cruz; her son Blaine (Heather) Zaharia and their children Ward Zaharia and Robyn (Michael) Okonsky and son Sam; daughter-in-law Joyce Zaharia and her children Brian (Kelly) Zaharia and children Dan, Alyssa and David, Leighanne (John) Wheelock and children Amanda and Nicholas, Don Zaharia and children Victoria, Rebecca and Ryan, as well as numerous nieces and nephews. Prayers were held on Wednesday evening, January 4 and the funeral service was celebrated on Thursday morning, January 5, 2017, all from Holy Transfiguration Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Yorkton. Very Rev. Fr. Mel Slashinsky was the Celebrant. Cantor, Yvonne Panchuk, assisted by members of the Parish Choir, led in the singing of the responses. The cross bearer was Krista Toner, the banner bearers were Kayla Lubyk and Karrie Houle. The interment took place in the Yorkton City Cemetery with Brian and Ward Zaharia, Terry Tycholiz, Barry Verbiwski, Russell Henderson, Kelly Procyshyn and Wayne Unyi serving as the casket bearers. Condolences can be left at Memorials were to the Activity Department of the Yorkton & District Nursing Home.

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MAGAS - Doris Ann Magas (Yarymichuk) of Kelowna went to heaven January 4, 2017, wife of the late Nick Magas of Yorkton. Doris is a daughter of late Tom and Katie Yaremichuk. Doris married Nick Magas November 17, 1942. She is survived by her three sons Edward (Sharron) Magas, West Kelowna, Dan (Una) Magas, West Kelowna, Terry (Marliss) Magas, Kelowna and grandchildren Thomas (Tuyet) Magas, Calgary, Barbarah (Garett) Teriann, Moose Jaw, Christine Charbonneau, Lloydminster, Chantelle Magas, greatgrandchildren, Harreson, Heathir (Tom), Haydenn and Holdyn Teriann, Moose Jaw, sisters Victoria Snitinsky and Katie Onslow and numerous nieces and nephews also survive her. Doris was an active member in the church, choir and the Women’s Auxiliary. Prayers will be held at 7:00 pm on Thursday evening, Jan. 12 and the funeral service will be held at 9:30 am on Friday morning, Jan. 13, all from the Holy Transfiguration Ukrainian Orthodox Church in Yorkton. Interment will follow in the Yorkton City Cemetery. Condolences can be left at

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CELEBRATE CANADA 150 WITH SASKATCHEWAN EXPRESS! Singers and dancers needed for our 2017 Oh! Canada Summer Tour Performers must be 15 years of age or older. Summer includes extensive touring. Applications at www.saskatchewan or contact Michele Glaze at 306.522.3403 michele@ for further information. SWNA-SKExpress_1x46.b11_ Births R0011359728.indd BERNAT Born to Marie-Eve & •prod1/kk • classified Darcy Bernat of Yorkton, SK, a •ytw01/11/17 • lisa son, Alexander Maximus Bernat, Tuesday, December 6, 2016.

CROSS - Born to Brandi & Robert Cross of Saltcoats, SK, a daughter, Kami Ashlyn Cross, on Saturday, December 24, 2016. FREDERICKSON - Born to Nicole & Blake Frederickson of Theodore, SK, a daughter, Clara Gray Frederickson, Thursday, December 22, 2016. KESHANE - Born to Dominique Keshane & Paris Cote of Kamsack, SK, a daughter, Mikella Adrielle Zhalia Keshane, on Friday, December 2, 2016. KESHANE - Born to Kianna Pelly & Travis Keshane of Kamsack, SK Cote First Nation), a son, Laiklen Jersey Keshane, on Thursday, November 24, 2016. KROLL - Born to Lisa & Adam Kroll of Yorkton, SK, a daughter, Addyson Mary-Anne Kroll, on Wednesday, November 23, 2016. SHEICHUK - Born to Lindsay & Rick Sheichuk of Yorkton, SK, a daughter, Quinn Adasyn Sheichuk, on Tuesday, December 13, 2016. WOHLGEMUTH Born to Charlene & Gary Wohlgemuth of Yorkton, SK, a son, Hayes Miller Wohlegemuth, on Tuesday, December 6, 2016.

Card of Thanks The family of Betty Dycer would like to thank all relatives and friends for attending the funeral service, the many cards and expressions of sincere sympathy. Thank you to Reverend Deacon Luanne Hrywkiw who gave comfort and inspiration to everyone present. Thank you to the organist and choir for leading us in song. The ACW ladies served a lovely lunch for which we are truly grateful. A sincere thank you to Christie’s Funeral Home and Crematorium for the respect and dignity shown to the family at this difficult time. Our deepest gratitude and appreciation for the love, kindness and support given to us for the loss of our mother, grandmother and great grandmother. -Lorraine, Donna, Lorne, Harold, Corwin and families. The family of the late Crissie Spokes wish to express their deep appreciation to Dr. Lawale and the staff of Anderson Village. The many acts of kindness and care for our mother is a great comfort in our time of sorrow. The family of the late Mary Olynyk (Malinowski) wish to express their thanks for the many visits, phone calls, cards, food, flowers and memorial donations in honour of their mother. Also a special thank you to Bailey’s Funeral Home for their guidance and professional services, Fr. Francis Hengen, the music ministry at St. Gerard’s and to those who provided and served the delicious lunch following the service. The family would also like to acknowledge the special care and friendships provided by the Home Care staff of the Sunrise Health Region and her “family” at Fisher Court. The family of the late Shirley J. Anthony would like to express their gratitude to our family, friends and neighbours for their support during this difficult time. Thank-you for your kind words, sympathy cards, floral tributes, memorial donations, they are greatly appreciated. Thank-you for all the food, baking and fruit trays. Christie’s Funeral Home thanks for all their professionalism and guidance, you were great to work with. To Paul and Susan Chupik for the over the top luncheon provided, thank-you. We would like to thank Dr. Van Heerden, Yorkton Regional nurses and home care workers that made Shirley’s journey to see our Lord a little less stressful. Their compassion and kindness will always be remembered. Our greatest appreciation goes out to Brian, Pearl, Janet, Tish and Hayden for their wonderful tributes to Shirley. What a way to send off a true Earthly Angel and such a wonderful celebration of her life it was. She will always be remembered in our hearts. -The Anthony Family.

Legal/Public Notices

Coming Events Saskatoon Farm Toy and Collectible Show January 13-15, 2017 at the German Cultural Centre, Saskatoon, SK. Friday 5pm-9pm, Saturday 10am-5pm, Sunday 10am-4pm. Special features include farm toys and scenes, construction equipment, vintage toys, die-cast models, collectibles, replacement parts and more!


Immediately to the right of the foyer is a den, featuring French doors to a covered porch. Through an archway is the great room, with a dramatic double-height ceiling and a fireplace. The dining room, open to the great room, occupies a bayed-out area and enjoys access to a spacious terrace — the perfect spot for al fresco summer meals. The kitchen is separated from the dining room by a prep island, so the cook will never feel isolated. The sink, set diagonally into a

corner, will receive lots of light from windows on two sides. A walkthrough pantry connects the kitchen to the laundry room. With a useful coat cupboard, as well as access to the double garage, the laundry room can double as a mud room. A U-shaped flight of stairs leads to the second floor, a portion of which is open to the great room below. The master suite features a large window that overlooks the back garden. The walk-in closet is separated from the four-piece en-suite

by a handy linen cupboard. A shower stall and soaker tub in the en-suite add a touch of spa-like comfort. The second and third bedrooms, separated by a three-piece bathroom, both enjoy an extra-wide window sill. Ceilings measure nine feet throughout. The double garage is large enough to contain a compact workshop. Exterior finishes include painted trim and wood siding, and the wooden pilasters that frame the front porch have stone bases. This home measures 38 feet wide and 54 feet deep, for a total of 1,997 square feet of living space. Plans for design 7-3946 are available for $755 (set of 5), $815 (set of 8) and $863 for a super set of 10. B.C. residents add 7% Prov. Sales Tax. Also add $35.00 for Priority courier charges within B.C. or $65.00 outside of B.C. Please add 5% G.S.T. or 13% H.S.T. (where applicable) to both the plan price and postage charges. Our NEW 48TH Edition of the Home Plan Catalogue containing over 400 plans is available for $15.50 (includes taxes, postage and handling). Make all cheque and money orders payable to “JENISH HOUSE DESIGN LTD” and mail to: JENISH HOUSE DESIGN LTD. c/o...Yorkton This Week #201- 1658 Commerce Ave Kelowna, BC V1X 8A9 OR SEE OUR WEB PAGE ORDER FORM ON: AND E-MAIL YOUR ORDER TO:

Land for Sale

Apartments/Condos for Rent

Houses For Rent

PrairieSky Royalty Ltd. is a publicly-traded company in Calgary that acquires oil & gas fee title and royalty interests at fair market value. To receive a cash offer, call 587293-4055 or visit

2 BEDROOM Apartment for Rent in Melville. Fridge, stove, parking, laundry facilities supplied. Damage deposit required. Phone 306-7282294.

MALE ROOMMATE wanted to share 2 bedroom house. No Pets. All Utilities included. Completely furnished, ready to move in. $600/month. Contact 306-6206116.


Large 1470 sq. ft. house for rent or sale. Has heated garage and hot tub, A/C, on-demand hot water. Accepting offers. Ph 306-782-8754 or 306-621-8754.

Bachelor, 1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Suites - Fridge, stove, parking, heat & water included - Security doors, close to bus stop - No pets - Balconies on 2 & 3 bedroom suites


Notice to Creditors

NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Estate of GRAIG ALLAN JONES, late of Yorkton, Saskatchewan, 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 by the 25th day of January, 2017 to: SHAWN PATENAUDE LEGAL PROF. CORP. 9 - 259 Hamilton Road, Yorkton, Saskatchewan S3N 4C6

ShawnPatenaudeNotice_1x28. Childcare Wanted b18_R0011361590.indd prod3/dm (classified) SEEKING IN Home proof ChildbillCare•YTW jan giver. A 11,18/17 permanent fulltime child caregiver email to: is required to provide care for 2 children (ages 6 & 3) in reception@shawnpatenaudelaw. a private household. Live in arcom

rangement is not required for this position. Starting wage is $11.50/hr. with up to 44 work hours per week. No benefits available. Applicant must meet the PatenaudeNotice_1x28.b18_R0011361590.indd following requirements: 17-01-10 10:34 AM 1 -completion of secondary education -completion of min. 6 months care giving training course or early childhood education -at least 6 months of child care work experience -possession of valid first aid certification and updated CPR training is an asset but not mandatory -mandatory criminal record check -must be able to speak, write, read and comprehend English language -knowledge of cooking Filipino dishes PLAN NUMBER 7-3-caregiver is expected to assume 946 full responsibility of child care and household management during EXTRA HOMEY, the absence of parents, assist with MULTI-GABLED HOME meal planning and preparation. Gables always make Assist children with home work, a house seem extra activity planning and other routine housekeeping tasks. Job will be homey, and this multilocated at the employer’s private gabled three-bedroom home in the City of Yorkton, SK. family residence is no Please email detailed resume with exception. In addition, at least 2-3 employment references to: Marjorie the cross-bracing above m h a j o i e e s te b a n @ ya h o o. c o m . the garage door, the Preference will be given to whomdeep eaves and the mulever is willing to sign for a 2 year lioned windows evoke work contract/agreement.

Seniors Aide Equipment OXYGEN CONCENTRATOR. Why rent when you can own. Used very little. Sacrifice at $500. Was over $1,100. Phone 306-7820992.

the ever-popular Arts and Craft style. Entry is up a couple of steps into a roomy foyer. A coat closet is located nearby, across from a powder room.

At Your Service BUSINESS & SERVICE DIRECTORY Carpentry K&K CONSTRUCTION & Carpentry: Renovating, Roofing, Siding, Fences, Garages, etc. Call Thomas Kowalchuk at 306-621-5663 or 306-786-1887 (business).

Health Services

Hip or knee replacement? Problems walking or getting dressed? The Canadian Government may owe you a:


Yearly Tax Credit


Lump Sum & Rebate The Disability Tax Credit Service. Lowest rate in the industry.

For reliable expert service CALL

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Plumbing T. KOZMECH Plumbing and Heating Ltd. Journeyman Plumber and Gasfitter. Free Estimates 306-621-4846.

Houses for Sale BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom townhouse; 1200 sq.ft. close to school & hospital, central air conditioning, high efficiency furnace. References & lease required. Call George at 306-5373228 & Warren at 306-620-3233.

Legal/Public Notices

Rural Municipality of Orkney No. 244 2017 Bi-ElecƟon Results Division 2 Councillor: Trevor Protz Thank you to all of those who came and voted

Lawn & Garden



Highway #9 North, Yorkton 306-783-8660 YoungsPlantWorld_1x18.nil_ R001340164. indd 1x18L& comp7/DB (classified) wed tfc Renos Home Improvement

FOR ALL your Interior, Exterior work. Decks, fences, siding, windows/doors and builds. Bath and kitchen remodeling/tiling. Experienced and licensed. Call Mike at 306-621-7526.

Services for Hire

BRAZEAU MASONRY & ROOFING. Ice Dam Problems? Rooftop Snow Removal. Licensed & Insured. Wayne 306-331-8069. Financial Services BOOKKEEPING SERVICES - Full cycle bookkeeping, payroll, GST/HST. Hourly or monthly rates available. 10+ years experience. Professional, honest organized! 306-782-0035.

Lots & Acreages for Sale

FARMLAND WANTED NO FEES OR COMMISSIONS! SUMMARY OF SOLD PROPERTIES North - 10 1/4’s North East - 14 1/4’s North West - 12 1/4’s East - 57 1/4’s West - 50 1/4’s Central - 219 1/4’s South - 100 1/4’s South East - 46 1/4’s South West - 65 1/4’s PURCHASING: SINGLE TO LARGE BLOCKS OF LAND. RENT BACK AVAILABLE Call DOUG 306-955-2266

Land for Rent FARMLAND FOR Lease. RM of Insinger #275. NW 33-28-07-02, NE 31-28-07-02, SE 06-29-07-02, N1/2 NE 34-28-07-02, SE 03-2907-02. For Sale or Rent: SE 1230-08-02, N1/2 NW 07-30-07-02. Phone 306-647-2021 or Box 156, Theodore, SK, S0A 4C0.

Apartments/Condos for Rent AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY energy efficient 2 bedroom condos close to downtown. Bath & a half, deep soaker tub, walk-in closet, 9 ft. ceilings, oak trim, up graded ceramic tile flooring, private balconies for BBQ, lots of storage plus heated attached garage. Appliances include fridge, stove, dishwasher, washer, dryer and water softener. Non smoking, no pets. References required. Call 403-994-0279 for further information or for viewing.

GIBSON & OTIS APTS. 9 Duncan St. E., 2nd Ave. N.


Bachelor, 1 & 2 Bedroom Apts. $ Starting at 565/mo.

-Heat & water included -Soft water -Close to downtown -Nice neighbourhood -Plug-in parking *Free Laundry Room *REFERENCES REQUIRED

Call Brian


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• Soft water, heat, and parking included • Fridge & stove • In suite laundry • A/C, deck & patio door • Secure, quiet FOR VIEWING CALL

Janet 306-620-6838 ON BUS ROUTE

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306-782-8803 Daytime


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Just North of Parkland Mall Taking Applications for


Recently renovated with new appliances. REFERENCES REQUIRED FOR APPOINTMENT CALL

306-783-3379 Duplexes for Rent

SussexRealty-CedarRidge_1x30.b27_ R0011318934.indd • prod2/kj classified to schools YTW OctClose 19/16 - Jan. 25/17 MP Oct. 21/16 Jan. 27/17 &- hospital. proof tracey

SUITE IN 4-PLEX Two bedroom. Fridge, stove. Includes water & heat. Phone Mike 306-621-8289

Gifts_of_gold_1x19.b20_ TAKING APPLICATIONS for a R0011358691.indd/prod2/kj/cl newly renovated duplex. All new YTW Jan. 4,11,18/17 appliances included. Close to hosMP pital Jan. and6,13,20/17 schools. For inquiries, classified please call 306-621-7973. Houses For Rent BEAUTIFUL 3 bedroom townhouse; 1200 sq.ft. close to school & hospital, central air conditioning, high efficiency furnace. References & lease required. Call George at 306-537-3228 & Warren at 306-620-3233. SMALL 2 bedroom house on 371 1st Ave. N. Fridge, stove, washer, dryer. Call 306-783-6240. MALE ROOMMATE to Share a house. NS, ND, $650 incl. utilities. Leave message @ 306-782-8754 or 306-621-8754.

ROOM AVAILABLE. Fully furnished, cable, internet and laundry facility included. References please. Call 306-621-4896.

Appliances GE STOVE, microwave & dishwasher, black in colour. Used very little. Call 306-783-1778.


WANTED: 80-05 Duetz’s, 1150,1155,1130 Massey’s with 6 or 8 cylinder, also Internationals 66 and 86 Series. Running ot not. Phone 306-728-4702 or 306-7288345.

WANTED: OLD gas station items. Gas pumps, signs, tin oil cans, coke machines, pop signs, thermometers, clocks, air meters, parts cabinets, wolf & bear traps. Also, steel anvils, forges and forge blowers etc. Call 306-742-7606. Paying cash $$$$.


FLORAL LOVESEAT; comp0uter desk w/bookcase; 3pc. glass coffee & end tables. Phone 306-5635165.

Musical Instruments

ACCORDION FOR sale - Crucianelli accordion with case. 120 Base, 41 keys, in good working condition. $600. OBO. Call 306542-2976.

YAMAHA ELECTONE HE-8W organ. Like new condition, $350. OBO. Call 306-794-4506.

For Sale - Misc

GRAIN FED BEEF SALE Order Now For February Pick-up Heavy 1/2 $3.00 lb. Small 1/2 $3.50 lb.

Lean Hamburger $3.50 lb.

All Pieces Cut & Wrapped

Phone: 306-548-2807 306-621-1082

Yorkton This Week | | Wednesday, January 11, 2017 For Sale - Misc

REACH OVER 500,000 Saskatchewan Readers Each Week! Blanket Classifieds are carried in 79 community newspapers, which reach over 450 communities including 14 cities. P: 306-649-1405 E: W: The Strength is in Community Newspapers!


SWNA-SWNA_1x43.b11_ Published weekly by Boundary R0011359734.indd Publishers Ltd., a subsidiary of •prod1/kk • classified Glacier Ventures International Corp. The Glacier group •ytw01/11/17 • lisa of companies collects personal information from our customers in the normal course of business transactions. We use that information to provide you with our products and services you request. On occasion we may contact you for purposes of research, surveys and other such matters. To provide you with better service we may share your personal information with our sister companies and also outside, selected third parties who perform work for us as suppliers, agents, service providers and information gatherers. Our subscription list may be provided to other organizations who have products and services that may be of interest to you. If you do not wish to participate in such matters, please contact us at the following address: Yorkton This Week, 20 Third Avenue North, Yorkton, S3N 2X3. For a complete statement of our privacy policy, please go to our website at: or stop by our office and pick up a copy. Yorkton This Week is owned and operated by Boundary Publishers Ltd., a subsidiary of Glacier Ventures International Corp.

BoundaryYTW_1x64.nil_R002338402.indd ACME WOOD BURNING stove prepress2/KJ with reservoir1x64L and top shelf. Good condition. OBO; Drop leaf class display$250.00 wed/mp-tfc

table & seven unmatched wood chairs. $100.00. 306-795-2709. Advertisements and statements contained herein are the sole responsibility of the persons or entities that post the advertisement, and the Saskatchewan Weekly Newspaper Association and membership do not make any warranty as to the accuracy, completeness, truthfulness or reliability of such advertisements. For greater information on advertising conditions, please consult the Association’s Blanket Advertising Conditions on our website at BUCKETS AT Ricker’s Campground offering Annual Camping. May 19, 2017 - Sept. 4, 2017. 30 amp/water/130 gal septic tank, fire pit, picnic table provided. Early Bird Price $1,250.00 plus gst. Hurry and book your site today! Call 1204-937-2716. EASY CHAIR. Brown colour cloth. As new - 6 months old. Can deliver. Asking $300; 2 - 800x16.5 Grips, 8 ply - like new. Rare, hard to find. $70 each; 1 - LT275/70R-18 new spare $ 275 E 10 ply on 8 bolt wheel; 3 275/65R-18 Goodyear, very nice. $100 each. Call Len 306-6952257. FOR SALE: Canadian Coin Collection. Dimes 1901-1967, 5 cent pieces 1901-1967, also 25 cent pieces. 1 diving 1967 silver dollar goose. Phone 306-783-3230. HARDY TREE, SHRUB, and berry seedlings delivered. Order online at or call 1-866873-3846. New growth guaranteed. PROVINCE-WIDE CLASSIFIEDS. Reach over 500,000 readers weekly. Call Yorkton This Week NOW or 306-782-2465 or email for details.



Steel Buildings / Granaries

2012 CHEVY Cruze, 4 dr, auto, p/s, p/b, 65,600 kms, nice condition, $15,000. OBO. Call 306-783-6240.

FOR SALE: Polled Purebred 2 year old and yearling Charolais bulls. Some red factor. Phone 306435-7116, 306-645-4383 or 306645-2955. King’s Polled Charolais. Millions of people look to classifieds across Canada every week — it’s used news.

STEEL BUILDING SALE - “REALLY BIG SALE IS BACK EXTRA WINTER DISCOUNT ON NOW!� 20x19 $5,145; 25x27 $5,997; 28x27$6,773; 30x31 $8,110;35x33 $11,376; 40x43 $13,978. One end Wall included. Pioneer Steel 1855-212-7036.

Classes & Courses

Classes & Courses

2004 OLDS Silhouette Van. Loaded, 3.4L well maintained, approx. 219,000kms, excellent vehicle. $2,500 OBO. 2006 Chevy Impala, loaded, 168,984kms. $4,200. Phone 306-563-5165.

Parts & Accessories GREAT PRICES on new, used and remanufactured engines, parts and accessories for diesel pickups. Large inventory, engines can be shipped or installed. Give us a call or check us out at Thickett Engine Rebuilding. Ph. 204-532-2187 Russell, MB.

Sports Utilities & 4X4s 2009 SATURN OUTLOOK XE AWD. Very clean inside and out, very good condition. Asking $9,000 OBO. 306-783-1880 or 306-621-7491. 2009 TOYOTA VENZA AWD, 180,000kms, meticulously maintained. $12,200 OBO. Round Lake. 306-577-7042.

Trucks & Vans 1981 DODGE D-150 Club Cab Truck. 8ft. box, 360 V8, auto, ps, pb, good for rough work. Asking $1,200. Phone 306-695-2257. 2002 Ford Windstar Limited, one owner, fully loaded plus remote start, hood deflector, 7 passenger, not smoked in, no pets, 184kms, regular service at dealer, good rubber, 32 mpg highway, always shedded, serviced, fueled up, ready to go. A must see. $4,500 OBO. Sheho 306-894-4501.

Get your GEDŽ this winter Get the education you need to be eligible for more jobs or training. ,I \RX GLGQœW ¿QLVK KLJK VFKRRO *('Š WHVWV JLYH \RX WKH FKDQFH WR REWDLQ WKH HTXLYDOHQW RI D *UDGH  VWDQGLQJ 7KH*('ŠGLSORPDLVDUHFRJQL]HGFUHGHQWLDOWKDWFDQKHOS you expand your education, choose a career, and earn more money. GEDŽ Prep Course Dates: Tuesdays & Thursdays, Feb. 2 to Mar. 23, 2017 Location:Yorkton, SK Time: 7:00 – 10:00 p.m. Tuition: $125.00 Textbook: $30.00 + tax GEDŽ Tests Dates: Mar. 28-30, 2017 Fee: 86' SDLGRQOLQH

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*A minimum 8 students are required to run the prep course. Registration night is Jan. 26, 7:00 - 8:30 p.m. For more information please call 306.786.7301.

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Snowmobiles 2014 YAMAHA 1035cc. 4 stroke, 3 cyl. Viper XTX. 500 miles. Mint condition. $10,750. Call 306-7836240.

ParklandCollege_2x61.b20_R0011356003. Career Opportunities Career Opportunities indd prod2/kj YTW Jan. 11,18/17 MP Jan 13,20/17 classified

Farm Implements GOOD’S USED TRACTOR PARTS (204) 564-2528 or 1-877-564-8734 Roblin, MB WANTED: IH Tractors, running or in need of repair. Looking for 66 series and older. Also, looking for a D19 or D21 Allis Chalmers. Phone 306-621-1556.

Feed & Seed Buying/Selling FEED GRAINS heated / damaged CANOLA/FLAX Top price paid FOB FARM

Tank Truck Drivers • COMPETITIVE WAGES • SCHEDULED DAYS OFF • HEALTH BENEFITS PACKAGE To Apply: 306-455-3774 ask for Corey or

email resume to:

Western Commodities 877-695-6461 Visit our website @

FBC is Canada’s largest farm and small business tax specialist. we are growing and looking for people who enjoy helping others and creating raving fans to join us as Field Consultants. (Tax Specialists in Training) based out of our Saskatoon office. We are specifically looking for people to provide service in and around Melfort, Tisdale, Nipawin, Hudson Bay, Prince Albert, and/or Kindersley. Substantial training will be provided to ensure your success in this role! for more information and to apply, please visit our careers page via

HEATED CANOLA WANTED!! - GREEN CANOLA - SPRING THRASHED - DAMAGED CANOLA FEED OATS WANTED!! - BARLEY, OATS, WHT - LIGHT OR TOUGH - SPRING THRASHED HEATED FLAX WANTED!! HEATED PEAS HEATED LENTILS SWNA-WesternCommodities_1x21. "ON FARM PICKUP" b11_R0011359740.indd •prod1/kkWestcan • classifiedFeed •ytw01/11/17&• Grain lisa 1-877-250-5252 NORTH EAST PRAIRIE GRAIN INC. Currently Buying: Soybeans, Feed Barley, Wheat and Oats. OFFERING: Competitive Prices, On Farm Pickup & Prompt Payment! CALL: 1-306-873-3551, WEBSITE: NutraSun Foods Ltd. of Regina SWNA-WestcanFeed_1x33. wants to buy your Organic Hard b11_R0011359738.indd Red Spring and Conventional •prod1/kk Hard White• classified Wheat. Please contact Abe Ens at 306-751-2440. •ytw01/11/17 • lisa

Career Opportunities

MEDICAL TRANSCRIPTION! Indemand career! Employers have work-at-home positions available. Get online training you need from an employer-trusted program. Visit: or 1-855768-3362 to start training for your work-at-home career today!

Career Opportunities

SINGLE ELECTRIC bed $1,500. Excellent condition. Treadmill, like new. $800. Call 306-272-3250 for more details.


Auto Miscellaneous Wrecking over 250 units... cars and trucks. Lots of trucks... Dodge... GMC... Ford... Imports... 1/2 ton to 3 tons... We ship anywhere... Call or text 306-821-0260. Lloydminster.


1996 MERCURY Grand Marquis G.S. Fully equipped 4-dr. sedan. Very good condition. 2000 miles on a new 4.6 c.i.V8 motor. All new tires and battery with electric warmer blanket. Delivers 30 miles per gal. of gas. $3,500 or best offer Tel. 1-306-542-2774.

1997 Chevy Lumina. 4-door, green, 1 year old snow tires, 199,501kms, runs good. $1,500.00. 306-783-8438. 2004 CHRYSLER SEBRING, 4 cyl, automatic, fully loaded, 120,00kms, safety done, runs nice. $3,500. Also a 2005 Chrysler Sebring V6, fully loaded, winter tires, safety done, 147,000kms, nice shape. $4,000. Call 306-5952213.

2006 CHRYSLER Sebring Touring. 78,000kms, loaded, immaculate condition, no accidents or rust, command start, 5 disc CD, pw/d/t, cruise, a/c, $6,500 OBO. Phone 306-586-5637.

Chef Dez on Cooking

by Gordon Desormeaux Here we are in January. This is the time of year that is filled with heathy resolutions, but because of the cold temperatures and still limited daylight hours, we also yearn for comfort food. Allow me to help you satisfy both in a single recipe. This recipe is the perfect solution because the cut sizes doesn’t really matter too much since the whole soup is pureed anyway. Less cutting means less effort on your part. There is an abundance of fresh vegetables in this soup and black beans are a great source of protein and dietary fiber among other nutritional aspects. Yes, I do realize that the first ingredient is bacon, but this can easily be replaced with a bit of coconut oil or other healthy cooking oil. However, if you feel that your diet regimen can handle some bacon moderation, this is less than 1/3 of a pound of bacon for 10 cups of soup. Black Bean Soup Makes approximately 10 cups “The cut sizes for the bacon and vegetables really doesn’t matter too much as the whole soup is pureed with a hand blender anywayâ€? •125g bacon slices, cut into smaller pieces •1 small onion, chopped •1 green bell pepper, chopped •1 large carrot, chopped •1 celery stalk, chopped •2 jalapenos, chopped - seeds & membrane removed for mild •3 to 4 garlic cloves, chopped General Employment

•2 - 540ml cans of black beans, drained & rinsed •3 to 4 cups chicken stock •1 small bunch fresh cilantro, chopped (reserve some for garnish) •1 medium tomato, chopped •2 tsp ground cumin •1/2 cup jarred salsa of your choice •Salt & Pepper to taste •1/2 cup sour cream, for garnish, optional

1. Add the bacon pieces to a large heavy bottomed pot over medium high heat and cook until fat has been rendered from the bacon. Cooked but not necessarily crisp, stirring occasionally. 2. Turn the heat down to medium and add the diced onions, green peppers, carrots, celery, jalapenos, garlic, and some salt & pepper to the bacon and bacon fat. Cover and cook until the vegetables are mostly soft, approximately 5 to 7 minutes. 3. Add the black beans and 3 cups of the chicken stock. 4. Add the cilantro, tomatoes, cumin, and salsa. Puree with a hand blender until smooth. Use the remaining 1 cup of chicken stock to thin the soup to your desired consistency while pureeing. Season with salt and pepper to taste. 5. Heat to desired temperature and serve each bowl garnished with an optional dollop of sour cream and/or a sprig of cilantro Chef Dez is a Chef, Writer, & Host. Visit him at General Employment

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Career Opportunities

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Parkland College invites applications for a Driver at our Yorkton Campus. Position Term: January 23, 2017 – March 31, 2017 Total Hours of Work: 343 hours (49 Days, 7 hours/day)

• No early mornings • No collecting • We pay by direct deposit on the last Friday of every month • Weight bonuses • Sales bonuses • Any age welcome • Only 2 days or less per week

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YTW-Carriers_2x67.a30_R001814493.indd MOTOR COACH Driver Wanted prod2/kj July 2/14 - Jan. on a part time basis. 2A Class li- 30/15 f/c jim (class) cense required. Minimum 3 years experience. Please present driver’s abstract as well. Call Curtis 306-621-9634 or fax resume 306782-0434.

PRAIRIE DOME POTATOES is hiring for positions beginning in March 2017 for full time seasonal work. Experience and education will be provided on site. Job duties include: -grading, sorting, packaging seed potatoes -pruning, picking, weeding and planting fruit trees -trimming and chipping of trees -general maintenance and upkeep Must be reliant and must have own transportation. Located 6 miles South of Yorkton on Highway 9. Bring own lunch. Wage: Beginning at $11.20/hr. Applicants may apply for the positions by phone (306-782-7297), fax (306-783-7853), email ( or mail resume to the following address: Prairie Dome Potatoes, Attention: Kirk, Box 36, Yorkton, Sask. S3N 2V6.

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