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BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES Mot exceeding 4 lines. 2/6: each addi tional line. 1/-. ftpjimi lilni Marriages and Enxsfemenl antlliu DU he daned br the two persons concerned. Blrm notices ?y one of tbe parent* nnleu otherwise authenticated, and Karria<s>, Death and In Memoriam noticaa by sole responsible person. BIRTHS BARKER. —On May 20, at Memorial, to Ethel and Roy —a daughter. Both well. BUICK. —On May 20, at Klngscote Dis- trict Hospital, to Monica and David—a daughter (stillborn). BURDETT. —On May 20, at Malvern Private Hospital, to Doss and Ted—a son (Robert Gordon). Thanking Dr. R- A. Goode. Sister Forsytb, and nurse at tending CARPENTER (nee Horwood). —May 18, Mc?ride, to Laurel and Douglas—a son. Thanking Dr. Ericbsen and hospital staff. CLARK (nee Stark). —On May 17, at South Glen, to Beryl and Mervyn —a daughter (Marilyn Dawn). Both well. DONLEY (nee Edson). —On May 20, at Port Plrle Hospital, to Eunice and Jim— a daughter (Ruth Edson). Both well. DOWNS. —On May 15, at Q.V.M.H., to Agnes and Pte. K. G. Downs —a son. Both well. Thanking hospital staff. DUANCE (nee Barry). —On May 13, at Q.V.M.H., to Barbara and John—a son. GUERIN (nee Watson). —May 19, Q.V.MH., to Madge and Ross —a son (Lawrence Rodney) and daughter (Erica Roslyn). All well. Thanking all in at- tendance. HEMING (nee Hay). —On May 20, at Tatlara Memorial Hospital, Bordertown, to Winsome and Tom —a daughter. HINZE. —On May 21, to Peg and Syd, of Blewltt Springs —a daughter (Chris- tine). JOHNSON. —On May 20, at Monreith Private Hospital, to May and Clyde—a son. Thanking Dr John Veroo and hos- pital staff. KILPATRICK (nee Burke). —On May 18, at Pier street Hospital, Gienelg. to Alice and Stan —a son. Thanking Dr. John Carter. Matron Beasley and hos pital staff. KNIGHT (Dennis). —On May 20, at "Monreith," to Gwen and Raye—a daugh- ter. KOBELT. —On May 17, at the Cleve District Hospital, to Harold and Dorothea —a son. LAPTHORNE (nee Cox). —May 21, at South Glen, to Thelma and Don —a son (Garry Ian). Thanking Dr. Kenneth Steele and hospital staff. No visitors five days. LAURENCE (nee Eastick). —On May 21, at Q.V.M-H.. to Coralie and Les —a daughter (Helen Dawn). Thanking all in attendance. MARTIN (Allen). —On May 19, to Dawn and Kevin —a son (Paul Kelvin). Special thanks to Dr. A. Magarey and staff of the Emergency Hospital. MARTIN (nee Stacey). —On May 12,[?] at Thyne Memorial Hospital, Millicent, to Florence and Gordon —a daughter (Heather Constance). MILLER. —On May 17, at Uraidla Dis- trict Hospital, to Ethel and Herb —a son. MILLWOOD (nee Cooper). —On May 21, at Quambl, South terrace, to Eddie and Mary —a daughter. Thanking Dr. Clayton Matron Vaughmn, and staff. POTTER (nee Nicolle). —On May 19, at Blackwood Hospital, to Joan and Gil- bert —a son. Thanking Drs. Fisher, Wil- ton, and staff. No visitors for seven days. REED (nee Fraser). —On May 13, at Cieve, to Una and Harry—a son. Both, well. Thanking Dr. Jarvis, matron, and hospital slag. ROBERTS. —On May 20. at Nurse Waters'* Maternity Home, to Maud and Boy—a son (Norman Paul). Thanking Dr. Morris, Nurses Waters and Hynes. ROSS < nee Mosey I. —un May 2x. at Blverton Hospital, to Evelyn and Cliff— a son. Thanking Dr. Mallen and hos pital staff. SAUNDERS. —On May 19, at tfe Port Plrle Maternity Hospital, to the wife of Thomas R. Saunders —a son (Graham Cockburn). SCHULZ (nee Roesler). —On May 20, at the Angaston Hospital, to Ella and Walter—a son. Bath well. Thanking Dr. Orever end hospital staff. SHEEHY (nee Kathleen Smith). —On May 14, at SO*. Hospital, Mount Bar ker, to Mr. and Mrs. It. B. Sheeny—a •on (Graham Hurtle). A little brother tor Jennifer. Thanking Dr. Downing and hospital staff. SPECK. —At Mc?ride's Hospital, on May 30, to Nola and Eric —a son. Both well. THOMAS. —On May 13, at Berklea, of Val and Art —a daughter (Raelene Ann). Special thanks Dr. Wicks and all in at WATSON. —On May 21, at S.C.D.H., Victor Harbor, to Muriel and Peter—a son (Richard Edgar John). Both well. WHITE. —At Quambi, on May 21, to Lorna and Len —a daughter. Thanks to Dr. Hallett and hospital staff. WHITE (nee O'Brien). —On May 21, to George and Mary —a daughter (Joy Anne). Thanking Dr. Carter, Sisters McAuliffe and Jamieson and staff of South Glen Hospital. WILSON (nee Matters). —On May 21, •t "81riu«." to Jean and Ray —a daugh- ter (Glenn Jean). Both well. Thank- ing Dr. Chandler and staff. WOODHEAD (nee Hodson). —On May 19. to Gordon and Kath —a son (Allan Ross). T*'"'v<"g Dr. Biz. Sister Parks ?nd stag at Wolverton. BIRTHDAYS Birthday greetings are extended to the undermentioned members of the Chil dren's Hospital Birthday League. All communications regarding birthdays in this column must be addressed to the Xay Superintendent, Children's Hospital, Horth Adelaide. Minimum insertion fee. 2/6. "Oheerlos."—Mrs. A. M. Fuller. Inman Valley. Mr. Kevin Coats, Bannera. MARRIAGES HOOD —KOTZ. —On May 12, at the Archer Street Methodist Church, by Rev. Strange. Roma, twin daughter at Mr. and Mrs. Kotz. of Ind street. Murray Bridge, to Aubrey, third son ol Mr. W. -md the late Mrs. Hood. Mt. Pleasant. ■ PEDLER —MATTHEWS. —On April 2, at St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral, Wake- fleld St., the marriage of Monica, third daughter of Mrs. J. Matthews, of Good wood, and the late Mr. H. J. Matthews (late of Quorn), to Mervyn Edgar, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Pedler, of Moonta, was celebrated, the Rev. Fr. O"Donohue officiating. GOLDEN WEDDINGS FRING —BROWN. —Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Pring wish to announce the 50th anni- versary of their wedding, solemnised at Willaston on May 24, 1897, by the Rev. John Watts. Present address. Old North road, wlllaston. At home Saturday after noon. SILVER WEDDINGS MALONE —LANGBEIN. —Mr. and Mrs. Fred Malone, Ophir street, Goodwood Park, wish to announce the 25th anniver sary of their wedding, solemnised in the Holy Trinity Church. North terrace. Ade laide, on May 23. 1922. by the late Rev. Webb. APPROACHING MARRIAGES MILUNGTON —NOBLE. —The marriage of Lorsce M.. elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R H. M?iingtj?n Peterborough, to Lionel W. T., only son of R=v. and Mrs. C. W. Noble. Wbyalla, will be solemnised at Methodist Church. Peterborough, on FrliJav. May 30. at 7.15 n.m. SAINT —GRILLETT. —The marriage of Maureen C. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Saint, of Balaklava. to Arthur T. A., only child or Mr. and Mrs. A. Grillett of Wallaroo, will be solemnised with Nuptial Mass at Saint Andrew's Catholic Church. Balaklava. at 9.30 a.m., Wednesday. May 28. Reception. Royal Hotel. STEDMAN —BENNETT. —The marriage of Edna, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Stedman. Bdwardstown, to Joseph, only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Bennett, St. Peters, will be solemnised at St. George's Church. Goodwood road. Good wood. on May 24. at 6.15 pjn. ENGAGEMENTS BLOOR —SCALES. —The engagement is announced of Margaret, ieconrt daughter o! Major and Mia. R. Bloor, of Kilkenny. U Athol. only son of Mr. acd Mrs. J. Scales, of Woodvllle Park. DANIEL —NOBLE. —The engagement is announced of Betty M.. third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Daniel. Cleve. to John ■B, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. H. H. Noble. Darke Peak. GODSON —SMITH.—TiIe engagement Is announced of Lexy Gwennyth. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Godson, of Beverley. to lan David, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Smith, of North Ade laide. HALL —COOKSON. —The engagement is announced of Dulcie Marie, only daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. S. C. Hall, Parker street, Mile End, to Colin George, only son of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Cookson, Bagot avenue, Torrensville. HUDD —SMITH. —The engagement is announced of Doreen, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Hudd. of Stratnal byn. to Robert James, second son of Mrs. K. Halls and tbe late Mr. T. H. Smith, of Macclesneld. S.A. JAMES —GROVERMAN. —The engage- ment is announced of Ruth, elder daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. James. Nails wortb. to Alfred (Digger), fourth son of Mr. A. C. Oroverman and the late Mrs. X- Groverman. of Mile End. KEMP —RETALLACK. — The engage- ment Is announced of Gloria, the eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Kemp. Chain of Ponds, to Stanley (Jim), the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. RetaUack. Kersbroak. MILNE —CAUDLE. —The engagement is announced of Dorothy, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Milne, of Border town, to Max. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Caudle, of Strathalbyn. NEAYLON —ROBERTS. —The engage- ment Is announced of Barbara Dawn, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Neaykm, to Dew. youngest son of Mrs. H. and the late Mr. J. R. Roberts, bolb of Adelaide.
DEATHS BROWN. —On May 15m at Elliston Hos- pital, Mary Augusta, clearly beloved wife of George Brawn, "The Grove." Hliston, and loving mother of BUI, Tom and Ambrose. Aged 53 years. ReQUieseat lo pace. EYRE. —On May 22, at hospital (sud- denly), Millie, the dearly beloved wife of Ernest J. S. Eyre, of 20 Elizabeth St.. Mornington. sth. Plympton. and loving mother of Doris, Frank and Doug. Aged 64 years. FARRELLY. —On May 21, at her resi- dence. 31 Stuart road. Prospect. Katie R. loved wife of the late James Edward Family, late of Mallala. and lored sis ter of Elizabeth. Fred and Emily. J patient sufferer at rest. FAXWELL. —On May 19, Melbourne, result of accident, (Will), loved nephw of Mrs. Chenoweth. Willaston. As you rest In peaceful sleep, your memory ] will always keep. FINKELDE. —On May 20, at Melbourae, Herwald Paul Theodore, beloved eldest son of Mrs. A. and the Ute O. Finkelde, and fatter of BUI. Salisbury St.. Norm Dnley. GREEN, Phoebe, sister of Mrs. A. Wolf, Mrs. P. A. Moss, and Mrs. K. Whlnnerah, filed May 21. at Sydney. 75 years of age. HAMILTON. —On May 22, at Adelaide, Richard, only son of the late Richard and Margaret Hamilton, of Birkenhead, and only brother of the late Clarissa Butler. Aged 87 years. HUSTON. —On May 22, at a private hospital, George, the dearly beloved hus band of the Ute Charlotte Huston, of 2( Sheffield street, Malvern and late ol Clarence Park, and loving father eH Allan (Kew. Viet. Dollle (Mrs. Strem pell, of Blactwood (8-A.). In his 82nc year. At rest. KERIN. —On May 21, at Port Pirie Hos- pital. John, dearly beloved husband ol Winnie B. Kerin, of 11 Dorothy street, Solomontown. Aged 64 years. BJ.P. McMANUS. —On May 21, at the resi- dence of Mrs. Gray, 7a Taylors road, Thebarton, Leslie, son of the late Tunrhn.i and Sarah Ann MeManus. Aged 57 years. O'CONNOR (nee Lacey). —On 14th, at hospital, Elsie Maud, dearly beloved wift of Thomas, and loving mother of Nathalie (Mrs. Smith). June (Mrs. Wells). Alma (Mrs. Morony), Rhonda- and John. Aged 51 years. Reqolescat in pace. PEARCE. —On May 22 (suddenly), Edward Alfred Pearce (ex-Inspector ol Stock), beloved husband of the late Annli Pearce; of 33 Ijabrina ay. f Prospect. Agel 72 years. PITT. —On May 21, at Port Augusta Hospital. Ethel Ann, dearly beloved wlff of the late Arthur Henry Pitt, of Terka, and loving mother of Ken, vi and Jack. Aged 61 years. RIDGE. —On May 21, at Port Moresby, Beverley Alison, beloved eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Ridge, and loving eldest granddaughter of Mrs. Ridge and the Ute Mr. G. Ridge, of Clifton St.. Mal- Km. Aged 17 years. STACE. —On May 21, at Adelaide Frank, dearly beloved husband of Beat- rice Amelia Stace, of 2 Bridge street Kensington, and loving father of Clare (Mrs. P. J. Dale). Charles (deceased), and loved grandpa of Barbara. Alan and Trevor. Age 68 years. SOULSBY. —On May 21, at Adelaide, George Thomas, dearly loved father ol Wilf. and father-in-law of Mabel, grandad ol Betty and Douglas. At rat. SMEDMAN. —On May 22, at Adelaide, Lndvick Richard Smedman, of 270 a Car- Tington street, Adelaide, elder son ol Elizabeth and the late Charles Smedman, loving brother of Eric and Bessie, and loved lather of Lorraine. At rest SOULSBY. —On May 21, at Adelaide George Thomas, beloved husband of Ellen Soulsby, of 27 Orchard avenue, Everard Park, and loving father of George; Wilf, Eddie. Fred and May, and stepfather ol Les. Melon and Doris. In his 73rd year. TYRRELL. —On May 21, William John, dearly loved husband of Mabel and lored father of Ray and John. In bis 66th years. Late SJLE. TUCK. —On May 22, Muriel, beloved youngest daughter of the late Bernard Henry and a^p'ii jane .Tuck, and beloved sister of Bernard, Myrtle. Nellie, Roy and •Winifred. TUCKFIELD. —On May 22, at his resi- dence. 31 Vine street. Prospect. Albert Richard (Dick), loved husband of. the late Clara. Tuckfleld and loved father ol Jack, Vera (Mrs. t. Bassett). Less. Bob. Bill, and the late Sylvia, and fond uncle of Rene: aged 78 years. WEBB, Alice Maud Mary. —At Adelaide, May 21. loving mother Elsie, mother-in- law of Gordon, lored grandmother ox Kathleen. Brian. WEBB. —On May 21, at Adelaide, Alice Maud Webb, loving sister of Ciss, Nell, Elsie. Harry. Albert. Rest after weariness. WEBB. —On May 21, at Adelaide, Alice Maud Mary, beloved wife of L. T. Webb, of 22 Eaton atreet, Redfern, and loving rcother of Alice. Slsle. and Len, and roved efeter of Mrs. J. Laker (Colonel Light Gardens). Aged 68 years. WILLS. —On May 18, in Auckland, New Zealand, Bruce Agnew Wills. Aged 61 years. HEROES OF THE EMPIRE "At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them." CORCORAN. —A tribute to the memory of L/CpL' L- Corcoran (Corey), S/48t£ Batt, AXF-. killed in action at Tarakan May 22. 1945.—Always remembered bj Bob and Don McAllister. GIDDINGBw—In remembrance of Jack, who gave his lite at Tarakan May 23, 1945. Also Alf Badman, Tom Derrick (Tarakan). Max Trengrove (Satelberg), and other members of the 2/48 th. Tinu passes, memories stay.—lnserted by Colin GIDDINGS. —In loving memory of oui dear brother Jack. May 23. 1945. at Tar*, kan. Too dearly loved to be foigotten —Ever remembered by Isla, Billy. Treroi and Gordon, GIDDINGS. —In loving memory of oui dear son and brother Jack (2/480)), Tarakan. May 22. 2945. There's a face that is always with us, a voice we woulc love to hear, a smile we will always re member and a memory so precious anc dear.—Always remembered by mum. dae and Ross. GIDDINGS. —In loving memory of oui dear brother. Jack, killed at Tarakan 1945. Deep In our hearts a memory ii kept of a brother we loved and wil never forget.—Sadly missed by Man an< ITOBPBT. —In memory of our pal Ron accidentally killed. Victoria. May 23 1943. Always remembered.—Dot. Colir and Neil. PETERSEN. —Cherished memories o: dear Laurie. RJLJIT.. called home, Shep parton, Vie.. May 23, 1943. Sweet i! your memory, dear to our hearts, tbi place that you held will never depart; all through the years, be they many oi few, shall be Tears of remembiaace, deal Laurie, of you. —Always lovingly remembered by mum, dad. Fred. Ken. POWER- —In loving memory of F.O John Desmond, who made the supremi sacrifice May 23, 1942.—Inserted by par ents, brother and sisters. ROBERTSON In loving memory o; dear dad and granddad. Private Ted Rob ertson, Salvage Unit, died Sandakai P.O.W. Camp. May 23, 1945. He wenl with hope of returning, along with com rades so brave, but with many a here he's sleeping \ in a soldier's honorec grave.—Always" remembered ny Poppy Bill, Brian, and Trevor. ROBERTSON. —In loving memory o! our dear dad and granddad, iled P.O.W. Sandakan, May 23, 1945. Not only today but every day, we remember him. —Nell Hugh and Clyde. ROBERTSON. Ted, Salv. unit. —In lov- ing memory of our dear dad and gran dad. died F.O.W. camp. Sandakan, Ma] 23, 1945. A distant grave a lonely thing, A little white cross, no flowers can : bring; But in our hearts, dear dad. Tour memory will always cling. —Ever remembered by his daughte: Toots, son-in-law Harold, grandchildrei Margaret. Darryl and Edward Milton Port wakeneld. ROBERTSON. Ted. Salv. TJnit. —ln lor ing memory of our dear husband an< father, who died in Sandakan P.O.W Camp. Borneo. May 23. 1945. Turn passes, years roll on, but memories linge for ever.—Always remembered by hi wife, Emmie, port Wake?eld, son Jin (R-AJT.. Kure Bay). ROBERTSON. —In sad but lovtni memory of our dear son and brother Ted, who died while prisoner of war ii Sandakan, May 23. 1945. We think of you in silence. We often speak your name: What would we Rive to kiss your lips And see you smile again. —Inserted by his sorrowing mother sister Margaret, brother-in-law Fred niece and nephew. Olive and Frank, Por Wakeneld. TOMBS. —In loving memory of Dick who died May 23. 1945. P.O.W. —Erej remembered by Nina, Mary and Matt. TOOMBS. —In memory of dear Dick who died P.0.W., Sandakan, May 23 1949.—Fondly remembered by Hilda, Ivo and family. TOOMBS. —In loving memory of m; dear husband. Dick, who died white P.0.W.. Borneo. Thoughts drift back to bygone days. Life moves on but memory stays. —Ever remembered. Doff. TOOMBS. —In loving memory of ou; dear father aad father-in-law, who diet in Borneo. May 23. 1945.—Always re membered. Val and Max. . IN MEMORIAM ANDERSEN, Alice. —In loving memory of my mother, died May 23, 1939.—L0ve! and remembered always by Harold, Irt and Cessy Mncklow. BARNES, Rose Julia. —In loving manor: of mother. i*p passed away May 23 1946. Sorrow cannot rob you of happ; hours you've known nor take your deai one from you. for love will keep its own —Loved and missed by Nell and Felix. BARNES. —In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma who passec away on May 23. 1946. a'tender chon of memory is softly touched today.—ln serted by her loving son Charles, Ha Max and Tbora. BARNES. —In loving memory of dea mum and grandma, who died May 23 1946. Too dearly loved to be forgotten —Always remembered by her daughter Mary, and son-in-law Robbie, and grand, children, Don, Malcolm. Glen and lan.
IN MEMORIAM BARNES. —In loving memory of my mother. Rose Julia, who died May- 23. 1946. Too dear to be forgotten.—Always ■ remembered by her loving daughter Ada, 1 son-in-law Bill. and grandchildren. ; Aileen, Barry and Janice. BELANICH. —Cherished memories of - darling motber and gran, who passed away May 23. 1946. Sadly missed. —Ever re - membered by Effle. Lvle and girls. BELANICH. —Treasured memories of our £ear mother and eran. who passed : away May 23. 1946. Memories are trea -1 sures no one can .steal, death leaves a heartache no one can heal. —Inserted by . her loving son Pete, and daughter-in-law Avis, grandchildren, Maureen, Peter and I Terry. BELANICH. —Cherished memories of , our dear mother and gran, who passed away May 23. 1946. at Port Wakeneld. You ere not forgotten, mother dear, for ! true lore never dies; the dearest place , on earth today is where our mother lies. r —Inserted by her loving daughter Mary. xon-in-law Bob. grandchildren. Les, Bet and Geoff. BELANICH. —Fond remembrance of my - dear wife. Clara, who departed this life May 23. 1946. She never failed to do her best, her heart was true and tender: she tolled so hard for those she loved and > left us to remember.—Ever remembered > by her losing husband. BELANICH. —Treasured memories of , mother, who passed away May 23, 1946. I A wonderful mother laid to zest, tor each , of us she did her best; her love was great, l her heart was kind, a better mother none could find.—lnserted by her loving son > Reg., and daughter-in-law Mary. BELANICH. —A token of love to my I dear mother, passed away May 23, 1946. r Treat her kindly, gentle Saviour, I Now that she is Thine. Fold her to Tour loving breast, I That darling mother of mine. —Inserted by Eileen. Jim and girls. BELANlCH. —Sweetest memories of our : dear gran. Her love was great, her heart 1 was kind, a dearer gran no one could ■ find.—Fondly remembered by Shirley, Vat. and Les. BELANICH. —Treasured memories of . our darling mother and grandma who 1 passed away May 23. 1946. —We miss . her, for we loved her, as memory we ; recall; for parting with our mother was i the saddest day of all.—Ever remembered ' by her loving daughter Jean, George, . Pauline and Brian. BURCKHARDT. —In loving memory of my dear husband Henry, passed away May 23,1942. Tears roll on, but memories f stay as near and dear as yesterday.—ln , serted by loving wife. BURCKHARDT. —In lovfng memory of dear dad, passed away May 23. 1942. Always in our hearts.—lnserted by his son Beg and family. BURFORD. —In fond remembrance of ' dear mother. Though death divides fond - memory clings.—lnserted by son Wfu and daughter-in-law Kitty. < BURCKHARDT. —In loving memory of ' dear dad «nd grandpa, who passed eway May 23, 1642. —Ever remembered by Ron, : Phil and family. CARSON. —In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away May 22, 1945. —Ever remembered by her loving son lance and family. CHALLINDER.—Cherished memories of Lily Agnes (Aunty Lil), who passed away May 23, 1946, loving pal or Sarah Scott and devoted friend of Cyril Griffiths's family of Largs Bay. CHALLINDER.—In loving memory of our dear sister Lily, died May 23. 1946. —Inserted t,v Hugh and Maud. CHALLINDER. —In loving memory of our dear sister-in-law and auntie, Lil, passed away May 23, 1948. A beautiful nature, full of kindly deeds, a helping hand to all in need.—Ever remembered by her brother-in-law George, nieces, ' Beth, Bob. Mave. and families. CHALLINDER. —In loving memory of Lilly, passed away May 23, 1946. You are always close in memory and most of all today.—lnserted by Gert, Jack and ; niece Muriel. CHALLINDER.—In loving memory of ' our dear sister and auntie, lil. passed : away May 23. 1946. The passing years 1 can never change our loving thoughts of 1 one so dear.—Ever remembered by Ho. Jack and girls. CHALLINDER.—In loving memory of Auntie Lil, passed away May 23, 1946. Every day in some sweet way your 1 memory comes my way.—Remembered by Dulcie, Rex. little Beverly' and John. CHALLINDER.—In loving memory of dear Lilly, who passed away on May 23, 1946. Beautiful memories left behind. —Always remembered by her brother Will. Olivia and Nola. CHALLINDER.—In loving memory of our dear sister, Lily, who passed away on May 23, 1946. : A golden sate stood open on that sad. unhappy day. With a farewell lelt unspoken, you softly passed away —Always remembered by Violet, Jim and , family. CHILMAN, E. A. —In loving memory of my dearest grandma, passed away six yesn ago.—Always remembered by Once < and family, -Parade. Norwood. COLES. —In loving memory of my dear . husband and father, who passed peace fully away May 23, 1940. Loving memo ries live on forever.—lnserted by nft lov ing wife (Irene), daughter Pearl, sons Lelth. Malvem, Jim and danghters-ln law. Dorothy and Winifred. CONNOR. —In loving memory of dad. who passed away May 23, 1928. Years roll on, but love remains.—Ever remem bered by loving wife and family. i FINCH.—In loving memory of Mrs. i Finch who passed away May 23. 1946. ' As you rest in peaceful sleep, your memory we will always keep.—Remembered al . ways by Mrs. Wilkinson, Pearl and Violet. FINCH. —In loving memory ot our wife : and mother, who passed away May 23. • 1946. —Always remembered by her loving : husband and daughters. FRASER. —In loving memory of our dear Valeric, who passed away May 22. 1942. ' We remember the way you spoke, the ■ things you used to do and say Are with . us all the while. —Inserted by your lov ' lne father and mother. GODFREY. —In fond memories of ■ mum. who passed away April 25, 1937: , dad. May 23. 1935. Hearts that loved : you both never forget.—lnserted by thefr I daughter May and son Will. HANNAGAN. —Sweet memories ol my I pal Win. died May 22, 1945. t Treasured memories of a pal so dear Are oft recalled by a silent tear. r There is a face that is always with us. There is a voice we would like to hear. s There is a smile ril always remember 1 And a memory so precious and dear. 1 —Tour pal Glad Greene. HANSON. —In loving memory of my , wife Jessie May. passed away May 23. , 1945. As you rest in peaceful sleep, your i memory I will always keep.—Ever re membered. Jacob. HANSON. —In loving memory of Auntie ■ Jess, passed away May 23. A leaf In ; Che book of memory Is gently turned to ; day.—Always remembered by Marlon. ■ Ted and Edith. HARRISON. —Loving memories of dear r dad, passed away May 23, 1940. Time drifts on. but memories stay.—Sadly missed by his daughter Edie. son-in-law ' Perce. Lea. Col and Gwen. HARRISON. —Loving memories of dear : dad and grandpa, passed away May 23, '. 1940. Love and memories live forever. — Sadly missed by his loving daughter r Muriel son-in-law Fred, and Bon. HARRSON. —Memories at dear father i and grandpa, passed away May 23, 1940. t Beautiful memories live forever.—Sadly missed by his loving daughter Effle. son in-law Errol and Ray. Malcolm Roberts. HEINRICH. —In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away May 22, ' 1942 Not gone from memory, not gone r from love, but gone to the Father's home above. —Inserted by her loving daughters Ivy and Buff, son-in-law Tom. HICKMAN. —In fond memory ot our ' dear husband and father, passed away May 23. 1945.—Ever remembered by his " wife and sons, Sidney and Phillip. HUBNER. —In loving memory of our dear father, passed away May 21. 1942.— Always remembered by Bert. May. and children. JACKSON. —In loving memory or Rev. Richard Jackson, who passed from earthly life May S. 1939. and of his wife. Sarah Anne Jackson (nee Canning), who was , reunited with him May 22. 1946. So they passediover and all the trumpets sounded • for them on the other side. JAMES. —In loving memory of our deal i friend ChelL who passed away May 23, 1946. —Always remembered by Linda, Ray p and family. LEGGETT. —In loving memory of my : dear wife Julia, passed away May 23, , 1943. In silence she suffered and patiently bore, until God took her to rest . to suffer no more.—Remembered by her • loving husband Harry. LOVELOCK. —In loving memory of our dear friend Charlie, who passed away on May 23. 1946. A beautifnl memory dearer than gold, A friend whose worth can never be told. Kind and loving in all his ways, Upright and true always. Loved in life, honored in death, A beautiful memory is all we have left. —Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. W. Eatts, Meryl and Clarrie. LOVELOCK. —In loving memory of our friend Charlie, who passed away May 23, 1946. He lives with us in memory still, not just today, but always will.—lnserted by Rex and Ralph. LOVELOCK. —A tribute of remembrance to Charlie, who passed away May 23, 1946. To be with us in the same old way Would be our dearest wish today. —Inserted by the Aldinga Football club. LOVELOCK. —In loving memory our brother and uncle Charles, who passed away May 23, 1946. His cheerful ways and smiling face Are pleasant to recall; He had a smile for everyone And died beloved by all. —Remembered always by Lance, Olive and children. LOVELOCK. —In fond memory of Char- lie, who passed away May 23, 1946. A thought for today, A memory for ever. —Ever remembered by Mrs. Pethick. LOVELOCK. —In loving memory of Charlie, who passed away May 23, 1946. We still remember the way you spoke, The way you looked and smiled; The things you used to do and say, Are with us all the while. —Always remembered by Max, Ida and Brenton. MANNING. —A tribute of remembrance . to our dear friend. Mrs. Stella Manning, passed away May 23. 1946. Loved by all. r —Inserted by Buchanan family. MANUEL. —In loving memory of dear Serena, who passed sway May 23. 1944 Fond memories never fade. —Ever remem- bered by her loving sister May and brotner-in-law Will.