Classifieds

Services

Biggar & District ARTS Council are available for bar tending services at your functions/events. Contact Denise @ 306-948-2452

-- Welcome Wagon display class --
If YOU are…
• NEW to our communities of Biggar/Landis/Perdue
• Have a new baby
Call WELCOME WAGON
at 306-948-3837, Sheila Itterman
We have gifts and information
www.welcomewagon.ca



Real Estate

Charter/Sherwood Apartments
1 Bedroom, 2 Bedroom
Heat and water supplied, wired for cable TV and satellite systems, laundry facilities, appliances, some suites with dishwashers, air conditioning, parking with plug-ins.
For more information call: Karen/Kevin, 306-948-9115
302 - 8th Ave. W. , Biggar



LAND FOR RENT, pasture in R.M. of Eagle Creek. Call for details, 306-948-9186.



For the most exposure that you deserve in the marketing of your farm or ranch property.
Contact your local agent:
Murray Murdoch (306) 858-8000
To view full colour feature sheets for all of our CURRENT LISTINGS,
visit our Website at www.lanerealty.com
LANE REALTY
Saskatchewan’s Farm & Ranch Specialists™
93 New Sales in 2017!
Ph: (306) 569-3380
Email: lanerealtycorp@sasktel.net
WITH OVER 35 YEARS IN THE BUSINESS!
Now representing purchasers from across Canada and Overseas!”



Obituaries

Rosalind Catherine Poelzer (nee Schleper)
March 13, 1937 - October 12, 2017
Sadly we announce the passing of our mother, Rosalind Catherine Poelzer at Humboldt District Hospital, Humboldt, Sask.
Rose was the third of twelve children born to Edward and Helen (nee Menz) Schelper. Rose learned at an early age how to help around the house and provide care to her siblings. She spent her childhood in the community of St. Gregor, Sask. Rose moved to Humboldt after her schooling to work at Bruiser’s General Store and then worked at SaskTel as a telephone operator following in the footsteps of her mother. It was in Humboldt where she met Ron Poelzer, and the two of them were married on November 9, 1957. Rose continued to work for SaskTel while they began their family. In 1966, Ron’s job took them to Biggar, Sask. where they continued to raise their four daughters. Rose was a very active person participating in many sports including swimming, tennis, golf, downhill and cross-country skiing, softball, and curling. She also learned to knit and crochet and was a very accomplished seamstress.
Rose became a dedicated member of the St. Gabriel Roman Catholic Parish. Rose was an active volunteer with the CWL, achieving her 50-year pin, as well as being involved with the Diamond Lodge, Curling Club, Donors Choice and New Creation Community Players.
Rose and Ron faithfully sponsored education funds to assist priests in becoming ordained. They also participated in the Refugee Sponsorship Program with the Catholic Church and welcomed three brothers from Vietnam into their home where Rose taught them English and assisted in their transition into the community.
When Ron retired in 1992, they moved to Turtle Lake and continued volunteering in the communities of Glaslyn and Livelong, Sask. In 1997, they were named Saskatchewan’s Knights of Columbus Family of the Year. They maintained the local golf course in the summer and the cross-country ski trails in the winter.
Following Ron’s death in 2011, she moved back to Humboldt to be closer to her siblings and reunite with several local friends. Rose became active in St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church and sang in the church choir and the Silver Bells singing group. Throughout her life, Rose was dedicated to helping others whether visiting the sick, or driving other seniors to various events.
Rose will be lovingly remembered and sadly missed by her four daughters and their spouses, twelve grandchildren and twelve great-grandchildren: Tammy (Jeff) McNaught of Saskatoon, Sask. and their children, Carissa and her children, Emily, Carter, Cohen and Brady; Ryley and son; Dante; Jenna (Justin) Manning and their children; Henry and Hazel, and Nathan; Cindy (Randy) Weekes of Biggar and their children, Lacey (Nick) Jan-King and their children, Amara and Surayya, Marshall, and Alexandra (Andrew Kovach); Corrine (Randy) Chappell of Calgary, Alta. and their children, Melissa (Russ) McKenzie and son, Wells; and Ashley (Jared) Boyes and their children, Kinley and Jaelynn; and Mary Jo (Harry) Danychuk of Biggar and their family, Cody (Shelbie), Braden (Nikki Martens), and Areanna; and siblings, Mary McTaggart, Annette Zawada, Vera (Doug) Veness, Alan (Karen) Schleper, and Wendy (Ken) Bernhard; and numerous nieces and nephews.
Mom was predeceased by her parents, Edward and Helen Schleper; husband, Ron Poelzer; and brothers and sisters, Evelyn Grieman, Gerald Schleper, Roman Schleper, Eleanor Classen, Dianne Fink and Edwina Schleper.
A special thanks to Doctor Huber and the nursing staff at Humboldt District Hospital.
The Funeral Mass for Rose will be celebrated on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2017 at 10:30 a.m. at St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church, Humboldt.
In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in Rose’s memory to: St. Augustine Roman Catholic Church designated to the training of priests.
Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to Malinoski & Danyluik Funeral Home, Humboldt, (306-682-1622).


Agnes Rea (nee Fraser)
November 2, 1919 - October 3, 2017
Agnes Rea passed away at the Biggar Long Term Care facility on October 3, 2017, one month short of her 98th birthday.
Agnes was the second of three children born to Angus and Carrie Fraser on November 2, 1919 in Lumsden, Scotland. She came to Canada with her mother and her sisters, their father having come the year previously. He had a job and a home at Ruthilda, Sask. for them to come to.
Agnes is survived by her children and two foster daughter… Jean Parker (Bob), Patricia Rea-Auckland (Ken), Edwin Rea, Dennis Rea (Alida), Ian Rea (Leila), Bradley Rea (Michelle), Rita Fineday (Dale), Joana Vassell, Brenda Falcon and Arlene Perron; grandchildren, Stuart Parker (Carla), Sharon Lyons, (Keon), Scott Parker (Debbie), Kevin Goring (Anita), Wesley Goring, Chad Goring (Tracy), Karla Wilson (Scott), Leslie Rea (Tammy), Harley Rea (Jodie), Angela Rea, Nicole Rea (Logan), Braden Rea, Courtney Rea; Berlin Bear (Caitlynn), Alicia Vassell, Sammila Vassell, Jordon Vassell; great-grandchildren, Dylan, Maya and Hayley Parker; Mathew and Danielle Lyons, Cody, Kyle and Riley Parker; Chantalle Goring Cloarec (Ben); Deanna and Darcy and Emily Goring; Chalyssa and Caine Wilson; Jordon and Justine, Isabelle, Autumn and Owen Rea; Aliyah and Brooklyn Kessler; Tyler, Henry and Tavana Thunderblanket; Emory, Shawn, Leddie, and Lexie Bear; Tia Vassell.
Agnes was predeceased by her parents, Angus and Carrie Fraser; her husband, Graham Rea (2005); her sisters, Jessie (Campbell) Wood and Margaret (Peggie) Burton on Sept. 17, 2017; her brothers-in-law, Angus Campbell, E.O. Wood and Allan Burton; her daughter-in-law, Sheila (Adams) Rea; granddaughters, Dawn Rea and Robin Thunderblanket and by Robin’s husband, Sheldon Thunderblanket; nieces Mary Kidd and Julia Bartier, and her husband, Bernard Bartier.
Agnes had a passion for playing scrabble, bingo and for writing. She had numerous stories about the old days published in The Senior Paper. She played scrabble at tournaments and got Leila playing and going to tournaments. She didn't just play but won at bingo, even rallying two weeks prior to her passing to play bingo at the Lodge on her own and was able to mark the correct numbers.
Agnes grew a huge garden, picked berries, canned fruits and vegetables. She worked on the farm hauling grain, milking cows, raising sheep for lambs and wool, raising turkeys, hatching eggs. She was a fast milker and a stooker or hoeing the garden. She was her father's son, doing the outside work as a kid and continued to enjoy the outside work best when she married. Agnes married Graham Rea in 1940.
She was a fantastic baker, bread, buns, pies and cookies were always at hand. Agnes loved kids, horses, dogs, gardening, reading.
Every picture we have of Mom as a young person has a dog or a horse in it. She loved horses and they were a big part of the farm, for work, riding and getting the kids to school whether they went by cutter, tobaggan or buggy.
Agnes belonged to the United Church, the U.C.W and Grassdale Community Club. She enjoyed a trip back to Scotland and seeing the house she was born in, but the most part liked to stay home.
Funeral Service was held on Tuesday, October 17, 2017 at 2 p.m. from Biggar United Church with Rev. Linsell Hurd officiating. Organist, Doreen Dubreuil; Eulogist was given by Ian Rea; readers were Nicole Rea and Chantalle Cloarec. Honourary Bearers are all those who shared in Agnes' life. Interment will be at a later date. Tributes may be directed to Biggar & District Long Term Care Activity Fund, Box 130, Biggar, SK, S0K 0M0 or Biggar & District Health Services Foundation Inc., Box 1003, Biggar, SK, S0K 0M0
Grondin Funeral Services, Biggar entrusted with arrangements, "Our family serving your family since 1963", 306-948-3344, www.grondinfuneralservices@gmail.com


John "Jack" Elmer Cooper
June 30, 1954 - September 29, 2017
John “Jack” Elmer Cooper was born June 30, 1954 at Dodsland, Sask. and passed away September 29, 2017 at Meeting Lake, Sask. at 63 years of age.
Funeral Mass was celebrated on Friday, October 6, 2017 at 11:00 am. from the Sacred Heart Roman Catholic Church, Spiritwood, Sask. with Rev. Fr. Peter Nnanga MSP as celebrant. The Urn Bearer was Jordan Halter, Cross Bearer was Cheryl Waldbauer, Candle Bearers were Amanda Roth and Heather Lees. The Interment will take place at a later date. Following the Funeral Mass, all were invited for lunch and fellowship in the Civic Center, Spiritwood, Sask.
John is lovingly remembered by: his wife, Colette Cooper; his children: Nancy (Ryan) Junop of Foam Lake, Sask. and their family, Samuel and Morgan; Dwight (Shauna) Cooper of Calgary, Alta. and their family, Gabriel and Jorah; Francis (Carolyn) Cooper of Tarpon Springs, Florida and their family, Talyn, Kaulan, Brady and Hailey; Camille (Lee) MacKenzie of Ardrossan, Alta. and their family, Grace and Jeremy; Freda Cooper (Jonathan Laic) of Moose Jaw, Sask. and their daughter, Charlotte; Robert (Ashley) Cooper of Martensville, Sask. and their family, Rylee and Devyn; his sister, Valerie (Jim) Radke of Saskatoon, Sask., sister-in-law, Karen Mathison of Edmonton, Alta.; numerous nieces, nephews and other relatives. He was predeceased by his parents, Norman and Pearl Cooper; and his brother, Timothy Mathison. Friends so wishing may make donations to the Saskatchewan Mental Health Association in memory of Jack Cooper as tokens of remembrance.
Family and friends wishing to send online condolences are welcome to visit www.beaulacfuneralhome.com. Funeral arrangements have been entrusted to the care of Beau "Lac" Funeral Home, Mark Muir, Funeral Director, Spiritwood, (306-883-3500).



Miscellaneous

MAIN STREET GARAGE SALE is accepting donations of all items in clean and working condition. Please phone 306-948-1773 or 306-948-5393. Pick-up available.



Beige sofa and love seat for sale. Call 306-948-5108 after 6 p.m.



Memoriams

SERSON, Sam: In loving memory, October 6, 1937 - October 19, 2007.
"If memories bring us closer
We are never far apart
For you are always in our thoughts
And forever in our hearts."
Forever loved and deeply missed by Faye; Linda, Mark, Matthew, Myles and Smantha; Cherie and Terry; Rob, Melanie, Larissa, Josie and Trey



Invitations

Please come and celebrate
Wilf Desrosiers’ 80th birthday
at a Come & Go Gathering on
Sunday, October 29 starting at 1:00 p.m.
at the farm at Kinley, Sask.
RSVP & for directions contact…
Pat: 306-933-0655 or Daryl: 306-280-8590 or Dwayne: 306-229-6939



Houses

Two-bedroom house for rent, w/d/f/s; $600/month. Phone 306-948-5291.

Three-bedroom house, s/f/w/d. Available NOW. Phone 306-948-2702.

3-bedroom, 1500 sq ft house for rent; one block from school, fridge and stove included, $900/month. Phone 306-948-3674 or 306-948-9517.



House for Sale… 3+1 raised bungalow, 3 bathrooms, dbl attached garage, all appliances, granite, partially developed basement, hot tub negotiable. 209 - 5th Ave. East, Biggar. $365,000 obo. Call or text 306-948-7687



Employment

RECYCLING TECHNICIAN
SARCAN is currently accepting applications for the position of Casual Recycling
Technician, available in our Biggar depot.
This position involves working with persons of
all abilities in a recycling depot.
The successful candidate will have the following experience and qualifications:
· Count containers for deposit refund
· May operate cash register
· Prepare containers for shipping and load product onto trailers fortransport
· Ability to do physical work
· Good customer service skills
· Proficient mathematical skills
· Good problem solving skills
· Dependable
· Must provide a satisfactory criminal record check as a condition of employment
Please submit applications by Friday, October 27, 2017 to:
Yvonne Markewich, Biggar Depot Supervisor
Email: biggar@sarcan.sk.ca
SARCAN offers a competitive wage package with excellent employer paid benefits and employer matched pension plan, subject to qualification.
Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted.
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Are you looking for highly rewarding part-time work? Do you enjoy working with Youth? Are you 
looking for adventure? Our organization namely the Air 
Cadet League of Saskatchewan is looking for individuals 
that can be a positive influence on youth aged 
12-19 years of age. 
This position will require a national screening check, drivers abstract and character references. The position may include supervision, instruction of variety of topics, 
administration, and some travel with overnight stays may be required. Assets for this position would include 
previous work with youth, enthusiasm, willing to learn 
new skills, willing to listen, previous cadet or military 
experience, and/or any technical skills. This position can provide financial compensation once it’s determined a 
good fit. All Training will be provided free of charge. 
For more information and to set up an initial phone 
interview, please contact: 
David Deswiage 
Director Air Cadet League of Saskatchewan 
Interim Chairperson #300 Fisher Biggar SSC
davidd@skacl.ca



Coming Events

OCTOBER 16 - NOVEMBER 10: 'Quilt Show' at Biggar Museum in the Gallery. Handmade heritage and new quilts. Open Monday - Friday, 1 - 5 p.m.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20: Landis Fun Tyme Dance Club Season begins in the Landis Community Complex. Dancing from 8 p.m. to midnight with lunch to follow. Music by "The Gold Tones". Season membership (5 dances) is $75/couple/season or $37.50/single/season. Guest admission is $30/couple or $15 single. All are welcome.
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FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20: Biggar & District Arts Council presents… "LAILA BIALI", 7:30 p.m., The Majestic Theatre, Biggar Adults/Seniors $25 (advance $20); Students, 13 and older, $15 (advance $12); children 12 and under, $5. Advance tickets available at de Moissac Jewellers, Biggar, 306-948-2452 or online www.ticketpro.ca
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 22: Biggar United Church Fall Supper, Biggar Community Hall, 5 - 7 p.m. Adults $15; 6-11, $8; Preschoolers FREE. Takeout meals, $15, pre-orders… Genni, 306-948-2080; Kathy, 306-948-5220; or on Sunday, call community hall, 306-948- 3703
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SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29: Biggar Majestic Theatre presents… "Hornell & Sneddon", 7:30 p.m. at the theatre (doors open 7 p.m.) From Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, award-winning songwriter and resophonic guitarists with Special Guests. Tickets… $15 advance, $20 at the door. Available at The Biggar Independent & de Moissac Jewellers.
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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4: 7 p.m., Arelee Music Night at Arelee Hall. Donations of non-perishable food and/or cash accepted for Perdue "Secret Santa", Saskatoon Food Bank, or Equipment Rental.
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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5: Landis Wheatland Regional Library's Annual Craft, Trade, Bake Sale and Silent Auction fundraiser, 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Landis Complex. Lunch available 10 -1. To book a table call Michelle, 306-658-3440
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TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7: 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. New Horizons Crafters Fair, 117 - 3rd Avenue West, Biggar. Crafters from Biggar, Rosetown, Landis, Asquith, Saskatoon and Kelfield.
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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 8: Biggar & District Arts Council presents… "UNION DUKE", 7:30 p.m., The Majestic Theatre, Biggar Adults/Seniors $25 (advance $20); Students, 13 and older, $15 (advance $12); children 12 and under, $5. Advance tickets available at de Moissac Jewellers, Biggar, 306-948-2452 or online www.ticketpro.ca
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SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 2018: Bear Hills Wildlife Federation holding a Big Game and Fish Awards. For entry and measuring and fish weights, please contact Milo Hanson, 306-948-9524
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AREA CHURCH SERVICES
Biggar Associated Gospel Church
corner of 8th Ave. W. and Quebec St., Biggar
Sunday Worship • 10:50 a.m.
Children's Sunday School during worship service
Pastor Doug Motz, Church office phone, 306-948-3424

Biggar United Church
907 Quebec St./corner Turnbull Ave., Biggar
Sunday Worship Service • 11 a.m.
Sunday School during church service
on first Sunday of each month.
Fall Supper… Sunday, October 22,
see coming events for info
Rev. Linsell Hurd, Church office phone, 306-948-2280

St. Gabriel Roman Catholic Church
109 - 7th Ave. W, Biggar Father Edward Gibney
Parish Phone: 306-948-3330
Mass time: Sunday • 11 a.m.
Sunday School during service

Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Church
Landis, Sask. Father Edward Gibney
Mass Time: Sunday • 9 a.m.

PALS September Worship Services
@ Redeemer Lutheran Church
319 - 7th Ave. East, Biggar
Sunday Worship Service
10:30 a.m.
Sunday, October 29… Reformation potluck lunch after church celebrating 500 years of the formation of the Lutheran church. Sauerkraut, bratwurst and anything Germanic and delicious on the menu. Everyone welcome.
Pastor Sarah Mowat, 306-951-7286.
Pastor Sarah Mowat, 306-951-7286. Everyone welcome.

Jesus Miracle Crusade International Ministry
Every Sunday Service • 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Midweek Service
Wednesdays, 7 - 10 p.m.
Overnight Prayer
Fridays, 8 p.m. - 1 a.m.
207 Main Street, Biggar
Contact Ramil, Marilyn or Orlando, 306-951-0029
or 306-951-0095 or 306-948-3021

Seventh-Day Adventist Church
Saturday Services
Bible Study…10 a.m.
Church Service… 11 a.m.
320 - 6th Ave. East, Biggar
Contact: 306-948-2481



Announcements

The residents and Activity Department of Biggar Health Centre would like to thank everyone for helping and coming out to our Fall Tea and Bake Sale. It was a big success because of everyone that supported us.
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We, the family of Cindy, would like to take a moment of your time, to THANK YOU for the love, support and understanding at our time of need. Thanks to the hospital staff, ambulance staff and Dr. Muller; for friends and family that stopped by to visit Cindy; for the flowers, food and donation to the charity of your choice. Thanks to Pastor Sarah; to Jim Rickwood for the eulogy, it was great; to the ladies that helped at the luncheon and everybody that came out to celebrate Cindy's life. Thanks to Bob and Ed for their professional service. If we have missed anyone, please forgive us, as we're broken now but we shall mend; and God willing, we shall be strong again.
Forsyth, Tebb, Buxton, Sluzalo and families
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The Miller Family announces with profound sadness the passing of Felix on September 17, 2017.
We wish to extend our gratitude to the palliative care team and the many health professionals, Dr. Yahyaee and Dr. Kemp of Wilkie and Dr. Muller of Biggar who cared for Dad in a respectful and devoted manner. Thank you to Vivian and Father George for your words of comfort; thank you to Ed and Bernadette Kobelsky for all your help and support, the mass servers Jeff Schmidt and Terry Kobelsky; thank you to the ladies of the Leipzig community for making, serving and cleaning up before and after the abundant and wonderful lunch; thank you to the music ministry, the organist Louise Souilett-Hawkins and the Landis Senior Choir; thank you to the Honour Guard, Mount Carmel Knights of Columbus #5549; thank you for all the flowers, food, phone calls, tributes and masses; thank you to Eternal Memorials Funeral Services of North Battleford, Sask. for your caring and professional service; thank you to everyone for their prayerful support and sharing the celebration of our "Dad's" life.
During this time of sorrow, we learn how much our family, friends, neighbours and community means to us.
"Perhaps you sent us flowers or made us a meal
Perhaps you sent a lovely card or maybe we saw you there
Perhaps you spoke the kindest words that anyone would say
Perhaps you were not there at all but kept us in your thoughts and prayers."
Our loving thanks to you all…
Georgina Miller; Bryan and Sandra Miller; Roxanne and Cameron Steinacher; Todd and Rhonda Miller; and their families.