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Valda Joyce Moody, of Heathpool road. Heathpool. against Blair Sinclair Moody, RAAF of Cudmore avenue. Toorak Gardens, on the ground of adultery with Gwenda May Harrison, of Rundle street, Adelaide. Miss C. A. Walker for Mrs. Moody
Ten Soldiers Get Farms The chairman of the Land Settlement Board (Mr. G. K. Baron Hay) announced yester day that the following ten farms had been allotted under the war service land settlement scheme: ' DAIRY: Blair Sinclair Moody (A554b); Albert Read (A193a); Herbert Christopher Murphy (A233); Robert Henry. Smidt (Al17b) William Obed Marks (A285): Ronald James Lee (A984); Albert John Napier Godfrey (A985). WHEAT AND SHEEP: John Ernest Foster (A982a); Raye Spencer Southcott (A982h). POULTRY: Alan Robert Avard (A638).
A Petrol Iron Explodes And Burns Farmer MANJIMUP, Mon.-When a pumpless petrol iron exploded on Sunday morning on the property of Blair Sinclair Moody, dairy farmer, who lives a mile from Manjimup, it caused clothing to ignite and damage worth £50. However, no-one was serious ly hurt. Mr. Moody's hair was singed and he received slight burns. He and his wife had remark able escapes because the blast shifted the sink cabinet out one inch from the wall and shifted a kitchen partition wall three arts of the iron hit the,kit ellen ceiling.
Two Divorces Granted
The Chief Justice (Sir John Dwyer), in the Supreme Court yesterday, granted Thomas James O'Neill an order nisi for divorce from Patti Aline O'Neill, on the ground of desertion. Mr. Justice Virtue granted Rosemary Carol Moody an order nisi for divorce from Blair Sinclair Moody on the ground of failure to comply with a maintenance order. Mr. L. G. Wood appeared for O'Neill and Mr. J. B. IlberW for Mrs. Moody.
Reports Of Recent Weddings
In the Clayton Congregational Church, Nor- wood, the Rev. A. C. Newbury officiated at the wedding of Valda Joyce, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Turner, of Heathpool,
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Turner, or Heathpool, J and Blair Sinclair, only son of Mrs. Moody 1 of Brighton, and the late Mr. Arthur Moody i (Orroroo). The bride wore a gown of off white taffeta witii silver trimmings. The 1 skirt merged into a long train. Her suk tulle ' veil was ne)d in place with small ostrich feathers. She carried a bouquet of camellias ] and roses. The two bridesmaids, Lurleen Tur- ' ner (sister ol bride) and Edytne Baglin wore ! taffeta frocks in cyclamen and queen blue, j with the two shades of veiling draped on 1 their heads and long ends hanging. They ; wore brooches, gifts of the bridegroom. ( Mr. David McMichael was best man, and , Jack Turner (bride's twin brother) grooms- i man. Mrs. Heppenstali sang during the slsn- : ing of the register. ; About 65 euests were entertained at the reception at John Martin's, where the decora- , tions toned in with the bridesmaids' frocks. Mrs. E. R. Turner chose a black silk chiffon dinner frock, and black slrsv hat. with a fox fur with a spray of red camellias com pleted the ensemble. Mrs. A. Moody was In black £jlk velrct with matching accessories and a black straw hat. She wore a spray of pink hyacinths. Mr. Andrew Small offi ciated as toast master and Mr. dairy Touds acted ?s 11.C. for the dancing.
MOODY— SINCLAIR -On the 9th June, in the Methodist Church, Crystal Brook by the Rev. J. Mclntosh, Arthur Clement Moody to Florence Agnes, second daughter of John Sinclair, Crystal Brook. Present address - Orroroo.
SINCLAIR— MOODY.— On the 20th September, at Orroroo. by Ihe Rev. V. Morze, Allan, second sor. of John Sinclair. Rocky River, to Gertrude Mabel, daughter of John Moodv. Esq.. Orrorno.
JOHN SINCLAIR. — On the 30th . August, at. Greer avenue., Unley Park, John Sinclair, of; Orroroo, aged 85 years
FUNERAL NOTICES SINCLAIR.— The Friends of the late Mjr. JOHN SINCLAIR are: respectfully informed that his Funeral .wills Leave Redhill on (SATURDAY, at 3.30 p.m., for the Crystal Brook Cemetery,- arriv ing at 4'- P. M. R. T. WALLMAN' k SON, Undertakers, 211!. Pul teney, street, City;' Goodwood road, Millswood Phones. Central 700 and Unley. 2581. ?? '
Probate has been granted of the will of the late Mr. Allan Sinclair, pastora- list, of Moolooloo. The estate, valued, subject to deductions for debts and
other liabilities, at £14.652. is left to Mr. Sinclair's family.
Wills of the Week,
Allan Sinclair, Moobooboo £14.562
SINCLAIR.—on the 7th October, at private hospital. Allan, the dearly beloved husband of Gertrude M. Sinclair, of "Moolooloo Station." Parachilna. Age 57 years.
SINCLAIR.—THE FRIENDS of the late Mr ALLAN SINCLAIR, late of "Moolooloo Station." Parachilna. are respectfully In formed that his Funeral win leave 67 Jeffcott street south). North Adelaide, on TUESDAY AFTERNOON, at 2.30 for the North road Phone 735. GEO. DOWNS & SON. Undertakers. 67 Jeffcott street. North Adelaide.
In honor of Mrs. P. E. Forrester, of Southern Cross. Western Australia. Mrs. Alan Sinclair gave a delightful afternoon tea at her residence, Grove-street,
Unley Park, on Tuesday afternoon. The drawing-room was beautifully decorated with bowls of phlox, and pink and crimson roses The hostess received gowned in knife-pleated black georgette. Mrs. P. G. Forrester was wearing black marocain with touches of cinnamon. Miss B. Sinclair wore pervenche blue crepe de chine The guests included Mesdames Eric Judell, L. Judell. B. Saunders, A John- stone, Robert Homburg, F. H. Moody, G. Bonython, Dunn, H. Colman, Yates. Disher, C. L. Strangman, S. Carter, T. Bowley. Wilkinson, Ainsbury, Misses Ida Carter, Blanche Addison, and Dorothy Moody.