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Births, Marriages, Deaths And In Memoriam Notices
• __ Announcements nnder this beading must be authorised by the name and address of the aender. and are Inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each when not exceeding flve lines: over five lines Six pence «er Une. Dwth Advertisements In which a Funeral announcement Is made are charged for ae 11 tte Death and Funeral were separate announcements, namely — The Minimum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. In Memoriam and Deatb Advertisements con taining reference to more than one deceased mre charged 2/6 each for each deceased rnryiHanm* as lf they were distinct ind separate announcements. Sncacementc and Anoroacbing Marriages and Marriage Notices reaulre the signature ol both wrttes concerned. BIRTHS EDWARDS.—On the 24th June, at Fort Lin coln Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. S. Ed wSdMSOnl Both -well. Special thanks to -^.JTf.-, box and Dr. C. T. Piper. HOLMES. On the 27th June, at James town, to Mr. and Mis. H. G. Holmes —a daugh ter (Merle Cynthia). KAEBNE. On the 23rd June, to Mrs. R. G w—?."- a son (Kenneth Ronald I. Both well. KENNEDY.—On the 4th July, at Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Mervyn Kennedy. of 72a Usher street. Fullarton—ra son. SAHPSON-—On the 30th June, at Waikerie Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sampson—a con (Robert James). Special thanks to Dr. Wool, matron and stall of hospital. SMITH.—On the 29th June, at Ashford Pri vate Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H S. Smith. Forest Gardens —a son (Graham George). Special thanks' to Dr. Downey and hospital ***• __ BUTH (nee Gladys Willcoi). —On tbe 2nd July to the wife of Eric Smith. Stockport, at the Rose Park private Hospltal-^-a daughter. WHITFORD (nee Gertrude Cussion). —On tbe 18th June, at the South Coast Hospital. Victor Harbour, to Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Whit- ford—a son (Barrie Edward ). MARRIAGES ATWELL—ANDREWS. —On the 4th July. 1936, at Clarence Park Methodist Church, the marriage of Audrey V eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Andrews. Smithfield, to Gar field James, only son of the late J. Atwell and Mrs Gardiner. Gawler, was solemnised by the Rev. A. J. Mortimer. Present address, George street, Millicent. JOLLY —COLLINS.—On the 3rd July, at Church of the Epiphany, Crafers, by Bev. H. E. Inger. Elbe, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Collins. Prospect, to Fred, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Jolly. Bondi. N.S.W. DIAMOND WEDDING GREEN—FILSELL. —On the 5th July, 1877. at the Gawler Congregational Church, by the late Rev. M M WUtton. Sarah, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. G. Filsell. to Henry, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. G Green, all of Gawler. Present address, Folkestone, Twenty-first street, Gawler South. ENGAGEMENTS HENDEI—MORGAN.—The engagement is announced of Joyce, youngest daughter of Mrs. and tbe late Mr James Hendry, of Wattle atreet. Malvern, to Harold, third son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Morgan, of Tailem Bend. JOHNS—TONKIN.—The engagement ls an nounced of Gwendoline Violet, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Johns, of Tailem Bend, to Men pes Browning, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Tonkin, of Kobe. KESTER—KUCHEL.—The engagement is announced of Mavis I., third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Kester, Salisbury, to Alfred P. fifth son of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. A. Kuchel. Flaxley. McBEAN—SCUTTER.—The engagement ls announced of Gwendoline Olga, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mc?ean, Queen street. Norwood, to Horace, second son of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. Scatter. Kent Town. RICHMOND—DARE.—The engagement ls announced of Coral, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Bichmond. of Hindmarsh. to Lionel, eldest son of Mr. aod Mrs. A. Dare, of Ade laide. WUNDERSITZ—EDWARDS. —The engage ment is announced of Glad, youngest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. G. B. Wundersitz. of Torrens Park, to Clive (Peter), eldest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. F. Edwards, of Ardros san. BIRTHDAYS Birthday greetings are extended to tbe under mentioned members of the Children's Hospital Birthday League. All communications re garding birthdays ln this column, jnust be addressed to the Lay Superintendent. Chil dren's Hospital, North Adelaide. Minimum Insertion fee. 2/6. Josle Quast. Loxton. Allsa Holmes, Main av„ FrewviHe. Maisie Richards. Renmark. "Cheerio" Barbara Manning. Wlrrabaro. "Cheerio" Herbert Stewart. Acacia ?v- White Park. DEATHS CRACK (nee Dorothy Drew Tiller).—On the 4th July, at Morriss Hospital, Northfield. loving wife. of A. H. Crack, and mother of Muriel, May, Walter, Horace. Joan, and Phillis. aged 40 years. In peace. COLEMAN.—On the 28th June, at the Crys tal Brook Hospital, Mary Jane, relict of George Taylor, leaving four sons and two daughters, aged 83 years. Peacefully laid to rest in the Red Hill cemetery. DOWNER On the 2nd July, at Perth, John Hamilton Downer, beloved husband of Mary Downer. DANIELS.—On the 3rd July, at her resi dence, Napier terrace, Westbourne Park. Alice Clara, the dearly loved wife of Richard Charles Daniels, and devoted mother ol Gladys, Irene, Will, and Isabel, in her 63rd year. "Rest after weariness." EAGLE.—On the 3rd July, at his residence, Murray Bridge (suddenly), John, dearly be- loved husband of Edith Eagle and loving father of Cyril, Hurtle, Theodor, Peter, and Henry, aged 62 years. FISCHER.—On tbe 28th June, at Angaston. May, daughter of late Captain Donald Mc- Heath, of Hindmarsh Island, and loving mother ot Mercia. Colin. Roma and Archie, aged 65. At rest. FISCHER—On the 28th of June. Mav. be loved wife of Charles Fischer. Lyndoch. loving mother of Mercia. Roma. Colin and Archi- bald. R.I.P. HYNES.—On the 28th June, at Jamestown Hospital, Daniel Bynes, of Georgetown, in his 75th year. R.I.P. Interstate papers please copy. HEWARD (nee Elsie Burns).—On the 3rd July. at her residence, Monash, Elsie Alice, Oearly beloved wife of Jack Heward, aged 40 years. Resting. Interstate and English papers please copy. JAQUES.—On the 4th July. Edith, loving aunt of Marjorie. Bon, and Mollie James. of 76 Fergusson avenue. Myrtle Bank. JAQUES.—On the 4th July (suddenly), at Myrtle Bank. Adelaide. Edith Violet, third daughter of the late Charles and Mary Jaques. and loved sister of Jack (deceased), Mrs. Frederick James, Myrtle Bank, Adelaide; Mrs. H. J. Swan and Mrs. J. Mackay. Surry Hills. Melbourne: and George Jaques. of Kerang. Victoria. Melbourne papers please copy. KIRTLAND.—On the 3rd July, at Adelaide. Henry (Harry), dearly beloved husband of Florence Hilda, of 33 Hythe street. Croydon, leaving six sons and flve daughters to mourn their sad loss, aged 71 years. At rest. KYD.—On the 3rd July, at "Aspeden," Dixon street Clarence Park. Fanny, beloved second daughter of the late C. H. and M J Kyd. MOORE.—On the 3rd July, at the Old Folks' Home. Magm. Henry Moore, formerly of Mea dows, aged 71 years. MARTENS. —On the 4th July, at Adelaide Hospital, Henry, the dearly beloved husband of Augusta Martens, of Park avenue. Hyde Park, aged 69 years. PONTT. —On the 3rd July, at Tailem Bend. August Charles Henry, dearly loved husband of Clara. Beatrice Pontt and loving father of Melvin, ln his 60th year. Peacefully resting. SCOTT.—On tbe 4th July, at the residence of her son-in-law. Mr. R. E. Saxon. No. 4 Myra street. Parkslde. Catherine, relict of George Stewart Scott, late of Bordertown, aged 91 years. R.I.P. SCOTT. —On the 4th July, at Hahndorf (sud denly). Albert Edward, dearly loved husband of Isabell Scott, of 25 Gover street. North Ade laide, aged 66 years. Peacefully sleeping. SMITH. —On the 4th July, at his daughter's residence. 4 East avenue. York. Thomas smith late of Port Lincoln and Terlowie). dearly loved father of Jean. Olive, and Ada, aged 90 years. Peacefully at rest. SLAPE.—On the 4th July, at a private hos- pital. Lorna Maud, youngest beloved daughter of Thomas H. and the late Beatrice Clara Slape, of Second Creek. Burnside. aped 15 years, loving sister of Clem. Charlie. Harold. Bertha, and Violet. TAYLOR. —On the 3rd July, at Adelaide, Arthur Joseph, beloved husband of Rene Tay- lor, late of No. 8 Buxton street. Rosewater. aged 31 years. VILES.—On the 4th July, at the Children's Hospital, the Infant son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Viles. of West terrace, aged one week. WARREN.—On the 4th July. George, be loved busband of the late Selina Warren, and loving father of Irene and Norman, aged 85 years. WILLSHER.—On the 3rd July. Albert E. A. Willsher. late of Barton terrace. North Adelaide and dearly loved brother of Mrs. W. Bushby. of 7 Avenue road. Fitzroy. aged 69 years. WILSON.—On the 4tb July, at a private .hospital. Mile-End. Alice Wilson, of 61 Fisher terrace. Mile-End. the dearly beloved wife or the late John Wilson, formerly of Port Pirie. aged 62 years. Deeply mourned. HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR BLEE.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother. 2nd Lieutenant H. E. Blee (16th Batt.. A.I.F.), killed in action in France on the 4th July. 1918. IN MEMORIAM BALNAVES. —In loving memory of dear Wallace, who was accidentally shot at Penola on 5th July, 1933. —Ever remembered by Peter, Effie. Stuart, and Shirley.
IN MEMORIAM BALNAVES.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother. Wallace, who died at Penola 5th July. 1933, result of accident. Fond are the ties that are broken. Dear ts the one that has gone. In true memory we will always keep you As long as the years roll on. Too dearly loved to ever be forgotten. —Sadly missed by bis loving mother, father, and sister. Ruth. BALNAVES.—In loving memory of our dear brother. Wallace, accidentally killed at Penola. 5th July. 1933. Just a memory, fond and true. To show, dear Wally. we think of you: TiU memories fade and life departs Tou will live for ever in our hearts. —Ever remembered by Nellie. Clarrie. Mona. and Jean. BARKER.—In loving memory of Edgar, who died 2nd July. 1912 Always remembered. —Inserted by bis loving mother, father, sisters. and brothers. Wallaroo. BURTON.—In lovine memory of our dear mother, peacefully passed away at Beverley, on the 5th July. 1926. Farewell, dear mother, your labor is o'er. Yoar willing hands will toil no more: On earth you worked, in heaven you rest: We miss vou most who loved you best. —Ever remembered by ber loving children and grandchildren, CUSHION- —In loving memory of our dear mother, too passed away 4th July. 1921. Hearts that loved you never forget. In memory you are with us yet. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter. Peter and Agnes. CHARLICK. —In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 5th July. 1936. —Inserted by members of the family. CAMPBELL. —In loving memory of our dear father. John, who passed away on the 5th July. 1936. He never failed to do his best. His heart was true and tender. He worked so hard for those he loved. And left them to remember. —Inserted by bis loving son and daughter-in law, Percy and Alice. CHIRGWIN. —in loving memory of our dear mother, who died on the 4th July. 1932. Sadly missed. —Inserted by her loving son. Jack, and grand children. DOWNEY.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who died on the 4th July, 1933. Hearts that loved you never forget. In memory yon are with us yet. —Inserted by his loving wife and daughter. DUNCAN.—In loving memory of Sid, who passed away on the 5th July, 1932. God took you home. He thought lt best To give you peace and perfect rest. —Ever remembered by his parents, sister, and brothers, stansbury. GUM.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on 4th July. 1936. In memory you are with us yet. —Ever remembered by her loving daughter. Gladys, and son-in-law. Don. GRAY.—In loving memory of our dear hus- band and father, who passed away on the 5th July. 1930. We mourn the loss of one we loved. And did our best to save: Beloved in life, regretted. ffone. Bememlered in the grave. —Inserted by his loving wife, daughters. Hor rie and Laura, and £on-in-law. Frank. HILL.—In loving memory of my dear hus band Sam. who passed away 4th July. 1930. The world my grief will never know. The hours of sadness that are mine: As through the years I older grow. My heart for you will ever pine. —Inserted by his loving wife Margaret. wmgg —In memory of Lilly. The toil of the morning and noonday is past. And in the cool evening comes peace at the last. —Inserted by E. Minchenberg. HIDER.—In loving memory of our dear sister Lily, who passed away on 5th July. 1935. Gone from us that smiling face. Those pleasant, cheerful ways; The heart that won so many friends In happy, bygone days. —Ever remembered by her loving brother and sister-in-law, Harold and May, Millicent, S.A. HIDER.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who oaesed away on the 5th July. 1935. We share a beautiful memory. Like a fragrant flower. Its sweetness will forever linger. Alone life's lonely road. As sincere and tender memories. —Inserted bv her loving husband and sons. Prank and John. LAWLOR. —In loving memory of onr dear est mother, who passed away one sad year ago today, 5th July, 1936. The best of mothers she was to ns; Many troubles she has seen. For all of us she did her best; God grant her soul eternal rest. And let perpetual light shine upon her. —Inserted by her loving daughter and eon in-law. Margaret and Roy, and loving grand- children —In loving memory of our darling mother and grandma, who passed away on the 5th July. 1936. R.I.P. We hear no sound of her much-loved voica. No sound of her footsteps near; Only sad hearts longing For our darling we loved so dear. As the angelus was ringing you left us, just one year today. We just cannot believe it's true: Awake or asleep, our thoughts always creep Back to the days we spent with you. We have only your beautiful memory To remember our whole lives through. But it's sweetness will linger for ever As we treasure the Image of yon. One of God's best—our mother. Immaculate heart of Mary, your prayers for her extol, O sacred heart of Jesus have mercy on her soul. —Sadly missed by her loving daughter and sens, Kitty, Jack and Bob, and grandchildren Anne. Jack and Tommy. LAWLOR.—Sacred to the memory of onr darling mother and grandma, who passed away on the 5th July. 1936. I am lonely here without you. And sad is the weary way; Life is not the same, dear mother. Since you were called awav. In my dreams I see your dear, kind face. And kiss your loving brow; But in my heart I know I have no mother now. —Ever remembered by her loving daughter May, grandchildren Jack. Mary and Mar garet LINK.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away on 5th July, 1935.—Ever remembered by her loving daugh ter and son-in-law. Lil and Perce, and grand children. Colin and Neva. LINK.—In loving memory of my dear mother, Jessie link, who died at Hilton, 5th July. Sadly missed.—lnserted by her daughter Nance. Charley, and family. MELROSE.—Treasured memories of my devoted son Jimmy. This very morning. 12 months ago. My precious darling died; What I have suffered' ever since No words could I find to describe. My darling boy was all I had. And now I am alone And wondering how long I will have Te wait until we meet again. —Inserted by his broken-hearted and lonely mother. MORLEY.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother. Fanny, who passed away 5th July. 1936. A precious one from us ls gone. A voice we loved is still; A place is vacant in our home Which never can be filled. —Inserted by her loving husband and daugh ters. Alice and Kathleen. MORRIS.—In loving memory of mother, who passed away on the 5th July, 1934. To think we could not say good-bye Will always bring regret: But those who think of you Are those who never forget. —Inserted by her loving father and Bill Har wood and daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. Perry, also cousin. Mrs. M. Bateman. NORMAN.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away on the 5th July. 1936. For her. sweet rest; For us—remembrance. —Inserted by her loving daughter Pearl, Ern. Lorna and Ron. NORMAN.—In loving memory of Mary, our dear wile and mother, who passed away on 5th July, 1936. A precious one from us ls gone, A voice we loved is still; A place is vacant ln our home. Which can never be filled. —Inserted by her loving husband and children. NORMAN.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away 5th July, 1936. A beautiful life, full of kindly deeds. A helping hand to all ln need. Loved in life, honored ln death. A beautiful memory is all we have left. —So sadly missed by her daughter May and son-in-law Harry NORMAN.—In loving memory of our dearest grandma, who passed away 5th July. 1936. A loving token, true and tender. Just to show we still remember. —Inserted by Jeanne and Dorothy. REU.—In loving memory or our dear hus- band and father. Bernhard. who passed away on 4th July. 1934. Ever remembered. —Inserted by his loving wife and family. RENDELL.—in loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away sth July. 1923. Ever remembered. —Inserted by son. daughter-in-law. and grand child. RANSOM.—In loving memory of our dear mother, wbo passed avay on 5th July. 1932. A token of love and remembrance Of a loved one we can never forget. —Inserted by Rob and Anne. RANSOM.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 5th July. 1932. Away in the beautiful somewhere. Sheltered from sorrow and pain. —Inserted by her loving daughters. RANSOM.—In loving memory of our dear mother. who passed away on the 5th July, 1932. A beautiful memory Uveth of a sweat tn- • sclflfh life. —Ever remembered by Ken and Annla-
IN MEMORIAM SEATER.—In sad and loving memory ol our dear little sister and aunty, Eunice, who passed avay on the 4th July, 1932. Hearts that loved you never forget. In memory you are with us yet: Tnere words are few. but, oh. so true. Dear little Kun. how we miss you. —Ever remembered by her loving sister. Amy. brother-in-law. Don. and little niece. Dorothy Eunice. SEATER.—In sad and loving memory of cur dear daughter and sister. Eunice, who passed away 4th July. 1932. Sweet is the memory that nrvcr fades Of a sister we loved and could not save. —Inserted by her loving mother, sisters, and brother. STUART.—In memory of Alfred Stuart, who died sth July. 1935. This is a day of remembrance. And one of sad regret; This day I will always remember. - Whilst others may forget. —Inserted by Lorna Hames. TRENAMON.—In lovlns memory of our dear mother, wbo passed away on sth July, 1936. Always loving, unselfish, and kind. Is a beautiful memory that is left behind. —Ever remembered by her loving children. Bart. Ted. Arthur. Gertie. TRUSCOTT.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away 5th July. Just a token or remembrance. —Inserted by her loving daughter. Mabel. WALLIS.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the sth July. 1933. Just a token, fond and true. To show, dear mother, we think of you —Inserted by her loving children, Douglas. Leah. Edna, and Norman. WRIGHT.—In loving memorv of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away at Kapunda on the 5th July. 1936. Be bade no ce a last farewell. He said good-bye to none; His spirit flew before we knew That from us he had gone. We often think of you. dear father. And think of how you died; To think you could not say farewell Before you closed your eyes. —Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in law. Harry and Sylvia, and grandchildren. Blllie and Margaret. WRIGHT.—In loving memorv of our dear father, who passed away at Kapunda on tbe 5th July. 1936. Always so good, unselfish and kind. Few in this world his equal to Snd; His beautiful life came to an end. He died as he lived, everyone's friend —Inserted by his loving daughter and son-ln iaw. Gladys and Lionel, and grandsons. Nor- man and Murray. WRIGHT.—In loving memory ot my dear husband, who died at Kapunda on the 5th July. 1936. In lonesome hours of night. When sleep forsakes my eyes; My thoughts fly to the grave. Where my dear Will lies. —Inserted by his loving wife. WRIGHT.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away at Kapunda on the 5th July. 1936. A little token true and tender. Just to show that we remember. —Inserted by his loving sons. Stan, Arnold, Harry and Norman. WRIGHT. —In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away at Kapunda. on the 5th July. 1936. Always loving, unselfish and kind. What a beautiful memory be left behind. —Inserted by bis loving son, Allan and grand son. Tim. WRIGHT. —In loving memory of my dear father, who died at Kapunda on the Sth July. 1936. We were not there to say farewell. Nor even say good-bye: The only thing that we could do Was to wipe our weeping eyes. —Inserted by bis loving daughter Stella and son-in-law Jack. WOITHE.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away at Eudunda on 5th July. 1935. Time rolls on and years go by. Every flower will fade and die; Every rising sun will set, Bnt you, dear father, we'll never forget. —Inserted by his loving daughter Laura, son in-law Walter, grandchildren Eric, Victor, Walter. Mel vin and Margaret Lyndoch. WHITE.—In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away on sth July. 1936. Although your voice is silent. And your face we see no more. In our life your memory lingers. Just as fondly as before. —Inserted by ber sorrowing husband. WHITE. —In loving memory of my dear mother, who departed this life on the stb July. 1936. Not a day do we forget you, dear. In our hearts you are always near; We who loved you sadly miss you. As it dawns another year. —Inserted by Raymond and Verna. WAPLES. —In loving memory of onr dear father, who passed away on 4th July. 1923. Sweet are tbe memories sad to recall. Of our dear father, missed by us all. —Inserted by his loving son. daughters, sons in-law. and grandchildren.