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 - 12 THE CHILLIWACK PROGRESS, Wed., Aug. 18, Obi...
12 THE CHILLIWACK PROGRESS, Wed., Aug. 18, Obi uaried PETER FURNICA Rev. Maxwell Cooper officiated officiated at the funeral service Thursday in Henderson's Funeral Funeral Chapel for Peter Furnica who died August 10 in Chilli-wack Chilli-wack Chilli-wack General Hospital. Interment Interment was in Carman cemetery. cemetery. Pallbearers were Mike Leontowicz, Gerry Heffke, Ross McFarlane, Gordon Kerr, Robert Denham and Ivan Bailey. Mr. Furnica was born in 1885 in Boukavane, Romania, and had lived in this district for 20 years. Before moving to 46 Railway Avenue five years ago he lived in Columbia Columbia Valley. He was predeceased by his wife Margaret in 1964. There are no known survivors. MRS. RITA ANN LAC SUL (NEE COMBES) and EDWARD MARTIN KOLBO Combined Requiem Mass was celebrated Saturday in Sacred Heart Catholic Church for Mrs. Rita Ann Lac Sul of 1252 South King Avenue, Seattle, who died August 5 at Yale while visiting in Chilli-wack Chilli-wack Chilli-wack and Edward Martin Kolbo of Skwah Reserve, Chilliwack, and formerly of Seattle, who died August 11 in Chilliwack. Father James E. Fagan was celebrant. Interment Interment was in Skwah Reserve Reserve cemetery. Mrs. Lac Sul, nee Combes, was born in Chilliwack in 1928. She is survived by one daughter, Rose Marie, and two sons, Mamo and Jerry; one grandson; parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Combes, Chilliwack; four sisters and seven brothers. Edward Martin Kolbo was born in Seattle on March 22, 1962, and had lived in this district for 15 months. He is survived by his mother, Mrs. Josephine Sabo, Seattle; one sister, Anna Louise, Seattle; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Combes, Chilliwack; and paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kolbo, Redmond, Wash. Henderson's Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. arrangements. FRANCIS PAUL JAMES Requiem mass was cele brated by Father M. A. Ver-ral at the Sacred Catholic Church August for Francis Paul James of Skwah Reserve, who died Yale on August 5. Born Chilliwack in 1900 he had lived in the Chilliwack all his life. He is survived by two Alexander and Michael, of Chilliwack; a Mrs. Doreen Rice of Washington: one sister, A. (Helen) Natrall of Vancouver; and a Fred Joe of Chilliwack. are nine grandchildren three great grandchildren. Henderson's Funeral was in charge of arrangements. arrangements. Wisely and Wormer's Stereoscopticon, a form magic lantern, came New Westminster and June 15, 1865, showing of the recent U.S. Civil It was pronounced a success. ONE OF THE cars Hatchery. There

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  1. The Chilliwack Progress,
  2. 18 Aug 1965, Wed,
  3. Page 12

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