The Northern Tribune January 12, 1939

Funeral Of Alex Pollick Held On Wed. Afternoon

Industrious and Clean Living, Deceased Was Highly Esteemed By All Who Knew Him - Many Attend Services Held In The Glen Leslie United Church.

     The funeral of Alex. Pollick (aged 21), Son of Mrs. Burrows of Glen Leslie, who died on January 8 as a result of a stomach injury, was held on Wednesday afternoon. Services were held in the Glen Leslie United Church, Rev. C. E. Fisher of Forbes Presbyterian Church, Grande Prairie, Officiating. The large attendance bore testimony to the young man's popularity in the community.
    Industrious and clean living, Alex. Pollick was highly esteemed by all who knew him.
   Mrs. Roy Ames presided at the organ. "The Lord Is My Shepherd" and "Rock Of Ages" were the hymns sung.
   Arnold and Robert Dryer, Albert and Charles Wales, Ervine Patterson and Bill Purvis were the pallbearers.
    Burial took place in the Glen Leslie cemetery.
   The following survive: mother and two sisters and two brothers' Mrs. Pete Donohue of Glen Leslie, Mary living at home, Jim living in the Dimsdale district, and John living in Ontario.
   The family came to the Glen Leslie district from Scotland in 1927.

Mary Burrows is the mother of Alex Polluck

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