FUNERAL NOTICES. WARD.—The Relatives and Friends of Mrs. G. Ward, and Beverley, and Mrs. G. Ward, Sen., are invited to attend the funeral of her beloved Hus- band, her Father, and her Son (George Ward), late of 13 Videroni Street, Booval, to leave the Funeral Chapel, Limestone Street, at 10.30 this (Saturday) Morning for the Ipswich Cemetery. Service at 10.15. O. BOTTCHER & SON WARD.—Members of the Aber- dare Extended Fishing Club are invited to attend the Funeral of the late Member, George Ward, to leave as per Family Notice above. E. BEITZEL, Secretary. WARD.—All Members of Ry- lance Colliery No. 3 (New Chum) are requested to attend the Funeral of their late Com- rade, Mr. G. Ward, to leave as per Family Notice above. J. P. LUCAS. Secretary.
DEATH NOTICE. LINDSAY, James Ross.—At Brisbane, on September 6, dearly beloved Son of Mrs. E. Foster, and beloved Brother of Edna (Mrs. R. Jamieson), Dor- othy, Kitty (Mrs. C. Shuttle- wood), Freda, and Fred. IN MEMORIAM CULLEN, Lilly.—Treasured memories of our dear Sister, who passed away on September 12, 1948; also our dear Brother Charles, who passed away on December 7, 1952. Beloved in life, not forgotten in death. Inserted by their loving Sis- ers, Brother Ben, and Niece Ena. DAPKEWITCH.—In proud and loving memory of my dear Hus- band Steph., and my Daddy, who was accidentally killed on September 13, 1953. You left home with a smiling face, Not dreaming death was near; Not thinking you would never return To the ones who loved you dear. We cannot express our feelings. To some they wouldn't seem real, Only those who have lost a loved one Can understand how we feel. Inserted by his ever loving Wife Doss, and Daughter Jan. MAYNE, Reginald John.—In loving memory of our dear Son and Brother, who passed away on September 11, 1940. Time may change in many ways. But one thing changes never The memory of those happy days, When we were all together. Inserted by his loving Par- ents and Sister Grace. NICHOLSON.—In loving mem- ory of my dear Wife and my Mother who passed away on September 12, 1953. Our hearts still ache with sad- ness. Our eyes shed many a tear; What would we give to see your smile. And hold your hand, mum, just for awhile. You can only have one mother, So loving, kind, and true, No other friend in all the work, Could be so true to you. Her loving heart and smiling face, Such a wonderful mother We could never replace. Longed for always, by her loving Husband Dick, and Son Jim. NICHOLSON.—In loving mem- ory or our near Mother, who passed away on September 12, 1953. Sadly missed. Ever Remembered Inserted by her Daughter and Son-in-law, Jean and Bernie. NICHOLSON, Violet.—In loving memory of my dear Sister-in-law, and Auntie, who passed away on September 12, 1953. Always Remembered. Inserted by Dorrie and Raymond. NICHOLSON, Violet.—In loving memory of our dear Sister, Sis- ter-in-law, and Aunt, Violet, who passed away on September 12, 1953. Always Remembered. Inserted by Bob, Eva, Graeme, and Desley. NICHOLSON, Violet.—ln loving memory of our dear Sister, Sister-in-law, and Aunty, who passed away on September 12, 1953. Always Remembered. Inserted by Maria, Osgar, Howard, and Noel. ROBERTS, Silvester.—In sad and loving memory of my dear Husband, and our Father, who passed away on September 12, 1948. Six sad years ago today, God took your hands and made us part; He closed your eyes and broke our hearts. We smile and seem carefree, But no-one misses you more, dear dad, than we. Inserted by his Wife and Family, Ollie, Shelia, Marie, and Brian. STRABENOW, William.—In lov- ing memory of my dear hus- hand, who passed away on September 11, 1949. He in waiting in God's garden, By the gate he stands; One day the gate will open, And together we will walk hand in hand. Always rememocred by his loving Wife Lucy. TIMPERLEY, Frederick—In lov- ing memory of our dear Brother and Brother-in-law, Fred., who passed away on Sepember 12, 1952. Kind, unselfish, a brother as true, Our greatest possessions are memories of you, Forever in our thoughts. Inserted by Did and Jim. TIMPERLEY, Frederick.—In loving memory of our Uncle Fred, who passed away on September 12, 1952. Memories always fond and true, From us that thought the world of you; A wonderful pal and friend, only lent, But one of the best God ever sent. Inserted by Bill, Janet, Rus- sel, and Alan.
BEREAVEMENT NOTICES The FAMILY of the late Andrea E. Anderson, of Bourke Street, Brassall, with to sin- cerely THANK the Doctors and Nursing Staff of the Ipswich General Hospital, Rev. King, also all kind relatives and friends for their cards, letters, and expressions of sympathy in the loss of their dear Mother. Kindly accept this as their personal thanks. The GEMMELL FAMILY with to THANK Doctors concerned, Sisters and Nurses of the Male Medical Ward of Ipswich Gen- eral Hospital, for their kind- ness and attention they gave their dear Father. Please ac- cept this as their personal thanks. The FAMILY of the late George Gemmell, New Chum Road, Dinmore, wish to THANK all relatives and friends who sent floral tri- butes, cards, and letters, or in any way sympathised with them in the loss of their dear Father. Please accept this as their per- sonal thanks. Mrs. E. JEFFREY wishes to convey her THANKS to all kind relatives and friends for their expressions of sympathy in the recent sad loss of her dear Sister, Mrs. Hannah Price, Please accept this as her per sonal thanks. Mr. and Mrs. E. McNAMARA and ERICA, and the WILSON FAMILY, sincerely THANK Doctor concerned and Nurs- ing Staff of General Hospital for their kindness and care of their late beloved Uncle; also relatives, neighbours, and friends. who sent floral tri- butes, letters, cards, and sym- pathy in their recent sad loss Please accept this as their per- sonal thanks. Printed and published for thi QUEENSLAND TIMES PTY LTD., by Edmond Bruce Mills af Kendall Street, East Ipswlch at the "Queensland Times," Brisbane and Ellenborough Streets, Ipswich.
BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. O'SHEA and FAMILY, and Messrs. HAROLD and JACK BYRNE, wish to sincerely THANK Doc- tors and Nursing Staff Ipswieh Hospltal, Revs. B. McMullen and P. Coleman, Sisters of Mercy, Ipswich and West Moretan Rugby League Ref- erees' Assocsation. West End Football Club. Nursing Staff Mater Hospital, and all kind friends and neighbours for sympathy and kindness in the death of their dear Mother and Grandmother (Kate Byrne). Would all accept this as their heartfelt thanks. The FAMILY of the late Hannah Price most deeply ap- preciate and sincerely THANK relatives, friends, neighbours, for floral tributes, telegrams. letters, cards, and all kind expressions of sympathy in the recent sad loss of their be- loved Mother. Please accept this as their personal thanks.
PRE-MARRIAGE NOTICE. SPENCE—CASSIDY.—At the Sacred Heart Church, Booval, on Saturday, September 11, 1954, at 8.30 a.m., Rev. Father Coleman will celebrate a Nup- tial Mass, at the marriage of Mary Tansey Cassidy, elder daughter of Mrs. M. and the late Mr. Michael Cassidy, Mer- rell Street, Booval, and John Keith Spence, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Spence, Gladys Vale, Augathella. ENGAGEMENT NOTICES. SCHNEIDER—WEIMER.—The engagement is announced of Daphne Berta, eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Weimer, Booval, to Athlyn Denis, only son of Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Schneider, Boonah. WEIER—KLEIDON.—The en- aggement is announced of Shirley Mavis, second daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. O. Kieldon, Summerholm, to Allan Walter, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Weier, Hatton Vale.
BIRTH NOTICES GOFF.—At Ipswich Maternity, to Keith and Margaret, a daughter, Elaine Margaret. Both well. RAABE.—At Gatton Private Hospital, to Don and Doreen (nee Zischke), a son, Bradley Donald, 9lb. 12oz—a brother for Marilyn. b49