BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS
Approaching Marriages and Engage- ment notices must be signed by the two persons concerned, Birth notices by one of the parents, unless other- wise authenticated, and Marriages, Deaths, and In Memoriam notices by some responsible person. 4 lines 3/-; 1/3 each additional. BIRTHS ALDENHOVEN (nee Tunney).—On November 22, at Calvary Hospital, to Pat and Ron—a daughter. ALLCHURCH.—At Malvern Private Hospital, to Thelma and Kevin—a son (Kym Anthony). Thanking Dr. Robjohns and staff. Both well. ANDERSON (nee Haskard).—On November 22, at Memorial Hospital, to Peter and Ethel—a daughter. Thanking Dr. Holland and nursing staff. BORCHARDT (nee Lubcke).—On November 14, at Kimba District Hos- pital, to Avis and Allan—a son (Anthony Charles Ross). Thanking Dr. Painter and hospital staff. BRODIE (nee Fenwick).—On No- vember 24, at Hindmarsh Memorial, to Shirl and Alb —a son (Trevor Kent). Thanking Dr. Jolly and hos- pital staff. No visitors. BOURNE (nee Ayres).—On Novem- ber 9, at General Hospital, Tailem Bend, to Ray and Colin (Sandy)—a son (Robin Stanier). Grateful thanks to Dr. Coates and hospital staff. BOWYER.—On November 21, at Rowan, to Hilda and Ray—a son (Harry Raymond). Thanking Dr. Hussey and staff. BRUMFIELD (nee Wyatt).—On November 15, at S.M. Hospital, Mount Barker, to Jean and Gorden—a daughter (Christine Margaret). Thanking Dr. Downing, matron and hospital staff. BULLA.—On November 20, at Clare and District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. George Bulla, of Sevenhills—a daughter. Special thanks to Dr. Drew, matron and hospital staff. BURGER.—On November 22, at S.C.D.H., to Lovina, wife of R. J. Burger, of Victor Harbor—a son. CROMPTON.—On November 24, at Monreith Private Hospital, to the wife of Alan W. Crompton—a daugh- ter. DAVY.—On November 16, at Tailem Bend Hospital, to Eileen and Jack—a son. Both well. Thanking Dr. Coats and staff. DAWSON (nee Blakeley).—On No- vember 23, at Calvary Hospital, to Pat and Lance—a daughter (Cath- erine Ann). FAIL (nee Oehme).—On Novem- ber 19, at Hindmarsh Hospital, to Phyll and Bill—a son (Peter John). Thanking all in attendance. FEELEY.—On November 12, at Q.V.M.H., to Daisy and Bill—a daughter (Helene Mary). Thanking doctor and hospital staff. FITZGERALD (nee Perry).—On November 21, at Port Pirie Maternity Hospital, to Linda and Dan —a son (Murray Grant). Thanking attend- ing doctor and nursing staff. FRY.—On November 20, at Mon- reith, to Aileen and Murray Fry, of Forest Range—twin sons (premature). All well. GOODE (nee Eglington).—On No- vember 21, at Port Pirte Maternity Hospital, to Gwen, wife of Colin—a son. GOSSE.—On November 24, to Fayette and Jock—a son. GROSSER (nee Farmer).—On No- vember 23, at the Barmera Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Grosser—a daughter. Both well. Thanking Dr. Thomas and hospital staff. JENKINSON.—On November 24, at McBride's Hospital, to Barbara and John—a daughter. KUHN (Ward).—On November 22, at Hindmarsh Maternity, to Laurie and Laurel—a daughter (Loreena Maureen). Many thanks to hospital staff and Dr. Leditschke. MATTISKE.—On November 11, at Millicent, to Roma and Syd—a daughter. Thanking all in attend- ance. McLEAY.—On November 23, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stephen Mc- Leay, Summit road, Crafers—a daughter (Karen Lee). MULHALL (nee McPherson). —On Nov. 23, at Calvary, to Una and Frank—a son (Peter Francis). Both well. Thanking Dr. Wurm and hos- pital staff. NOURSE (nee Melva Williams).— On Nov. 23, at the Broken Hill Hos- pital—twin boys. All well. OATES.—On Nov. 21, at the Hut- chinson Hospital, Gawler, to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Oates, of Kangaroo Flat —a son. RAMSAY (nee Fox).—On Novem- ber 23, at Calvary, to Pat and Don — a son. SMITH.—On November 23, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, to Fay and Bill—a daughter (Jennifer Ann). Premature. SOUTHALL.— On November 22, at S.C.D.H., to Melva and Syd—a daughter (stillborn). Thanking Dr. Shipway and staff. STEPHENS (nee Priest). —On Nov. 22, at Rowan Private Hospital, to Kath and Allen—a son (Robert Ken- neth). TILBROOK (nee Hart).—On Nov. 23, at Unley Private, Lorraine, wife of J. H. Tilbrook—a daughter. WARD.—On Nov. 23, at Calvary, to Jo and John—a son. Thanking Dr. Goode and staff. WORDEN (nee White).—On No- vember 16, at Thyne Memorial Hos- pital, Millicent, to Jean and Max—a daughter (Jennifer). Thanking all in attendance. WORTLEY.—On Nov. 18, at Q.V.M.H., to Thelma and Allan—a son (Brenton Wayne). BIRTHDAYS Birthday greetings are extended to the undermentioned members of the Children's Hospital Birthday League. All communications regarding birth- days in this column must be ad- dressed to the Lay Superintendent. Minimum insertion fee, 2/6. Miss Valerie Dollman, Box 35, Lox- ton (10 yrs.). Master Graham Jericho, Jervois (2 yrs.). Miss Gail Moss, Renmark (8 yrs.). Mr. Paul Noonan, Clare. Mrs. Lindsay Willsmore, West st., York. Miss Evelyn Holman, Kyancutta. SILVER WEDDINGS DIXON.—Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Dixon, 9 Young avenue, New Hind- marsh, have pleasure in announcing the 25th anniversary of their wed- ding solemnised in the Methodist Church, Port Vincent, Yorke Penin- sula, on November 25, 1924, by Rev. J. H. Pointon, STACEY — McMAHON. —Mr and Mrs. Stacey, of Adelaide, wish to announce the 25th wedding anni- versary, solemnised at St. Laurence's Church, North Adelaide, on Novem- ber 24, 1924, by Father Dumanoir. Reception, present address, 111 Sturt street, Adelaide, November 26. HASSOLD.—Pastor and Mrs. F. Hassold, of Eudunda, announce the celebration of their silver wedding, Sunday, November 27, in Emmaus Church, Eudunda, at 7 p.m. POLKINGHORNE — BUCKLEY. — Mr. and Mrs. John Polkinghorne, of Williamstown, announce the 25th an- niversary of their wedding, solem- nised at St. George's Church, Gaw- ler, on November 25, 1924, by Rev. Sydney Best. Approaching Marriages DAVIES —RIDLEY. —The marriage of Belle, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Danes, of Port Augusta West, to Donald, only son of Mr. and Mrs. V. O. Ridley, of Lock- leys, will be solemnised at St. Augus- tine's Church, Port Augusta, on Fri- day, December 2, at 7 p.m. DONALDSON — GRIGGS. —The marriage of Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Donaldson, of Kadina, to Ken, second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Griggs, of Hyde Park, will be solemnised at Pirie Street Methodist church, Saturday, Decem- ber 3, at 6 p.m. McDONALD —SELLICK. —The mar- riage of Norma Dorothy, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. McDonald, of Linden Park, to Allan Keith, only son of Mr and Mrs. H. Sellick, North Adelaide, will be solemnised at St. Theodore's Church, Rose Park, on Saturday, November 26, at 6 p.m. PRICE —TWIGDEN. — The mar- riage of Nance Joan, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Price, to Sid- ney James, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Twigden, both of Peter- borough, will be solemnised at Peter- borough Baptist Church on Friday, December 2, at 7.30 p.m. STROTHER —WILTSHIRE. —The marriage of Kathleen, eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Strother, Meningie, to Edward Wiltshire, of Upwey, Victoria, will be solemnised at the Methodist Church, Murray Bridge, on November 26, at 2 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS ALDERMAN—MARTIN. — The en- gagement is announced of Val, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Al- derman, of Colley terrace, Glenelg, to John, younger son of Mrs. Tess Martin, of Glenelg and Mr. C. W. Martin. BARTLETT —SANDERS. —The en- gagement is announced of Pauline Elizabeth, youngest child of Mrs. and the late Mr. H. T. Bartlett, to John Rex, third son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Sanders, both of Croydon. COCKS —PARK. —The engagement is announced of Margaret, only daughter of Mrs. M. E. Cocks, of Hawthorn, Melbourne (late of Ade- laide), to Cecil, only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Park, of Sunshine, Melbourne.
ENGAGEMENTS ELEY —KEATING. —The engage- ment is announced of Yvonne, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Eley, of Kingswood, to Alfred (Buster) Keating, only son of Mrs. O'Connell, of Hindmarsh. FORSTER —NEWBERY. —The en- gagement is announced of Connie, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Forster, of Woodville Park, to John, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. New- bery of North Adelaide. HALL—HUMPHRIES. —The en- gagement is announced of Elizabeth (Betty), only child of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Hall, Glenelg, to Lloyd, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Humphries, Plympton. HILL—LEWIS. —The engagement is announced of Barbara Jean, youn- gest daughter of Mrs. M. E. Hill and the late H. Hill, of Burra, to William Arthur, second son of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Lewis, Hallett. KEYNES—WHITE. —The engage- ment is announced of Lillian, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Keynes, of Curramulka, to Keith, second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. White, of Pt. Wakefield. McLEAN—DOBBS. —The engage- ment is announced of Laura, younger daughter of Mr. L. McLean, of Under- dale and the late Mrs. McLean, to Glen, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Dobbs, of Moralana Station. SCHWARTZ —FOLLAND. —The en- gagement is announced of Nellie (Helen), youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. Schwartz, of Good- wood Park, to Clarence Richardson Folland, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. Folland, of Prospect. DEATHS BADGER. —On November 22, at his home, 2 Lunan avenue, Geelong, Vic- toria, John MacDougall, dearly be- loved husband of Laura Mary Bad- ger and loving father of Kathleen, Geoffrey and Hugh. Aged 69 years. BAMPTON. —On November 23, at her late residence, No. 12 Diamond place, Alberton, Elizabeth, dearly be- loved wife of Joseph Bampton, and loving mother of Florrie, Keith, Ron- ald and Claire, also Alice, deceased. Peacefully at rest. BRITTER. —On November 23, at her residence, 10 Eton road, Keswick, Rhoda Ellen, widow of George Frede- rick Britter, formerly of the Lord Melbourne Hotel, Lower North Ade- laide. CORNISH. —On November 23, at her residence, Stansbury, Bertha M. G., dearly beloved wife of the late James W. Cornish, aged 66 years. deDEAR. —On November 23, at her residence, 198 Fletcher road, Largs Bay, Eva Hall, beloved wife of Ernest deDear and loving mother of Howard, Beth (Mrs. V. Feehan), and Ian. Aged 62 years. At rest. GAMBLE. —On November 24 (sud- denly), at Prospect, William Leonard, beloved husband of Effie Maud Gamble, of Devonshire road, Black- wood, and loving father of Dudley, George, Beryl, Joyce and Molly. In his 62nd year. HENDRY. —On November 24, at South Glen Hospital, Glenelg, John Robertson, of Howard street, Under- dale, beloved husband of Elizabeth Francis Hendry. Aged 85 years. HUTTON. —On November 23, at Payneham, Mary Ellen, widow of Ste- phen Hutton, late of Port Elliot. LEACH. —On November 24, at his late residence, No. 55 Robert street, Sandwell, Harry Victor, dearly beloved husband of Olive May Leach, and lov- ing father of Frank. Aged 47 years. LEMAR. —On November 24, at his residence, Macclesfield, Lesley Glen, son of James and the late Martha Lemar. Aged 41 years. MOFFAT. —On November 24, at 18 Jellicoe street, Linden Park, Alvina Louise Pauline, loving mother-in-law of Jessie and grandmother of Uan, Elizabeth and Jenifer. Aged 73 years. At rest. MOFFAT. —On November 24, at 18 Jellicoe street, Linden Park, Alvina Louise Pauline, dearly beloved wife of the late George Julius Moffat and lov- ing mother of Constance, Julia and Robert George. Aged 73 years. At rest. NIMMO. —On November 23, Con- stance Julia, dearly beloved wife of Charles William Nimmo, of 116 First avenue, Joslin, and loving mother of Patricia. PLENTY. —On November 24, at a private hospital, Louisa, widow of George Plenty, of 642 Seaview road, Grange, and loving mother of George POWELL. —On November 24 (sud- denly), Frederick Christopher, be- loved husband of Alice Annie Powell, of 29 Margaret street, Walkerville. Aged 81 years. At rest. QUINN. —On November 24, at her residence, 18 David street, Adelaide. Matilda Mary Quinn, loved mother of Myrtle (Mrs. Summers), Janey (Mrs. Pengelly), Penelope (Mrs. Sherwood, Victoria) Ada (Mrs. Knowles), and William Quinn. Aged 8O years. At rest. QUINN. —On November 24, at her residence, 18 David street, Adelaide, Matilda Mary Quinn, loved and lov- ing mother-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Knowles, 99 Hindley street. Aged 80 years. At rest. QUINN. —On November 24, at her residence, 18 David street, Adelaide, Matilda Mary Quinn, loved and lov- ing mother-in-law of Bill and Sylvia Quinn, 13 Porter street, Parkslde. Aged 8O years. At rest. QUINN.— On November 24, at her residence, 18 David street, Adelaide, Matilda Mary Quinn, loved and lov- img mother-in-law of Myrtle and Wal- ter Summers, Regent street. Aged 8O years. At rest. QUINN. —On November 24, at her residence, 18 David street, Adelaide, Matilda Mary Quinn, loved and lov- ing mother-in-law of Mr. J. Pengilly and Mrs. Sherwood, of Victoria. Aged 80 years. At rest. WECKERT. —On November 23, at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rhode, Stockport, Carl Paul Emil, beloved husband of Johanna Pauline Weckert and loving father of Inda (Mrs. Rhode), Adeline (dec.), and grandfather of Ross and Ian. Aged 85 years. WENZEL. —On November 24, at his residence, Langhorne's Creek. August Henry, beloved husband of the late Emma Wenzel and loving father of Ena (Mrs. Blake) and Linda. Aged 81 years. WHITE. —On November 24, at Porters Lagoon, Forrell Flat, Arthur William, beloved husband of Eliza Kent White, and loved father of Len, Claude, Max and Nat. Aged 65 years. At rest. Heroes Of The Empire "At the going down of the sun amTin i the morning we will remember them." DOLLMAN WOII R. J.—Attribute to the memory of Ray. accidentally drowned in New Guinea on November 25 1944 —%lways remembered by brother Em Dorothy and Richard. DOLLMAN.'—Treasured memories 'of my dear brother. Ray. drowned while on active service in New Guinea lon November 25. 1944.—Always re membered by bis loving sister. Bess. HALLETT. Kenneth C. RAAP.- Dled at R.G.H.. Springbank. Novem ber 25. 1948. Sincere pal of the late Murray G. Short. R.A.A.F.—Remem bered by Mr. W. J. N. Short. HALLETT. Kenneth Chapman. R-A-A-F. —In memory of Ken. 'who passed away at R.G.H.. Spring bank on November 25. 1948.—Ever remembered by Mr. and Mrs. Gruin. John and Helen. HALLtTT. Kenneth Chapman. HJLAJ.—Fondest memories of my darling, who passed away at R.G.H.. Springbank. Nov. 25. 1948.—Mother. KUCHEL.—in loving memory of Clem, who passed on. God please take this message to our brother up above. Tell him bow we miss him and Hire him all our love. —Always remembered. Laurel. Cecil .and family. PASCO. —In loviue memory of our brother. Jack, died in N.G.. Novem ber 25. 1942. One of the best in every way. Ljored and mi-^sed more every day. —Remembered always by your bro thers and sifters. PASCOE In lovine memory of Jack, killed in New Guinea. Novem ber 25. 1942. "Memories of you will never fade."—lnserted by Mr. and Mr 6. Pevton and Enid. SKINNER.—Friendship's proud re membrance of John, pilot. R.A.A.F.. who cave his life for us on November 25. 1941.—Inserted by the Hawkins family. IN MEMORIAM BAKER.—In loving memory of mother, passed away November 25, 1948. Please God take this message Tell her how we miss her And give her al! o'lr love. —Inserted by her son Bill, daughter ln-lau- Dru and grandchildren. BAKER.—In loving memory of my dear mother, passed away on Novem- Iber 25. 1948. A face we loved is missing. A voice we loved is still A place is vacant in our hearts Which never can be ailed. —Always remembered by her loving son Lee. daughter-in-law Lena and grandson Ronnie. BAKER.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away No- vember 25. 1948. Sweetest memories, fond and true. From those who thought the world —George and Gladys. BAKER-—ln lovinz memory of dpar crandmotlwr. who passed away No vember 25. 1948. Lnvinc memonrs. fond and true, from thOs€ who thoueht the world of you.—Sadly missed by her loving Erandchildrrri. ,B?Wy. Jim. and greal-erandchtldren.
BAKER.—In loving memoir of mother, who passed aura? November! 25. l.i*B | How .sacred is the word mother. How iradrr u*s Ker cm: % :Ii is a Fad and lowly borne. When you liua mi motlu-r there. I miss her kiud and loving ways. Wiljl ber I spent many bappy days. —Ever remembered by her loving .son Hector. BAKER.—In loving memory of dear mother passed away November 25. 1948.—Sadly misled by Arnold. Eva and Umily. BAKER—III .ovine memory of my dear moiber who pa!>?ed away No vember 25. 1948. To think ? could no: -<ay good-bye Will always brjn^ regre;. But -.He he-srl thai lovmf you truly Are those who never fjrget. —Love.' aad remembered by Dolly and sou-ln-I3W Fred. BAKER.—In luviu'! memory of our dear mother, who pasr-ed away No vember 25. 1948. To Uliuk we could not say gjod-<>ye. will always bring regrei. Bui hearts thai ioved you tnily are the ones -.hat never Jorge:. — Ever remembered by her loving daughter May and .son-in-law Cyril. BAKER-—ln loving memory of my o'ear mother, who passed away No vember 25. 1948. Da not ask me if I miss her: there is .such a vacant place. Can we ever forge: her >.a— steps or her dear, smiling lace? Those who have a mother, cherisu her with care: for you never know the heartache till you see her vacant chair. —Always rememibered by lier loving daughter Nelly. BLIGHT.-In loving memory or mother and grandma, passed away November 25. 1948. Hearts thai low yju nover forget. Ever remembered. Win. Harold and sranatbilsirrn. BOOKER.—In loving memory of motlu.: -n.i ;ran^ou. p^.vi'? away 'November 25. 1946. We who 10. Ed you never forget. —Always remembered by Myrtle. Tom. 'grandchildren. BOOKER.-In lovins memory oj lour dear mother, who passed away November 25. 1946.—Ever remem bered by Philip. Hercules and family. BRADBURY.—Treasured memories of my dear sister Gwen, who passed away at Katanning, W.A., 12 short months ago. Sweet is your memory, so near to my heart, The place that you held will ne'er de- part; All of the years, be they many or few, Will be spent, dear Gwen, in remem- brance of you. —Always remembered by her brother Nick. Lydeamore, Truro. BROGAN.—In loving memory of William, son of Mrs. E. Brogan. and loving brother of Yin. Tom and Mary. died November 25. 1948. CLARK.—In loving memoir ot my (dear .husband sod father, who passed away on November 2S. 1943. Will never be forgotten.—Ever remembered by his loving wife and family. CLARK.—In loving memory of our Mar father and grandpa, who passed away November 25. 1943.— Ever remembered by Hubert. Edna and Desmond. CURYER, John.—lr. loving ne- Imoiv of dad and grandpa, who passed awaY November 25. 1945. A'little tribute, true and tender. Just to show we still 'remember. —Always remembered by bis daugh- ter Hilda. Wallv and John. CURYER. John. —In loving memory of our dear father and grandpa, passed away November 25. 1945. Down in the lane of memory The lights are never dim. Until the stars forget to shine. We will remember him. —Ever remembered by Doll. "Murray and family. Klemrjg. CURYER. —In loving memory of dao. : Treasured memories silently kept. Of one I loved and will never for —Ever remembered by Charles. CURYER. John— in iovinp mem ory or dear dad and grandpa, wno passed away November 25. 1945. To a kind and gentle father. So upright, just .nu true: . Mnv the winds of heaven softly blow. I —ill!: thonpht- i . you. Maude. Beat. Gloria. Cecil and Ivan. DOBIE. —In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away November 25. 1944. Time goes on with many changes, Joys and sorrows, smile and tears. But Your memory will be cherished With the passing of the years. —Ever remembered by her loving son Rod, daughter-in-law Evelyn, and grandchildren, of Blyth. DONLON.—In loving memory of our dear brother Bill, passed away November 25 Reunited with your darling mother.—Always remembered by his loving sisters. Pat and Asia. EDWARDS.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, Albert Edward, who passed away at Kings wood on November 25. 1934. -In God's care." —Inserted br bis loving wife and family. EMSLIE.—In loving memory of our jdear dad and grandpa, died Novem iber 25. 1947. You have not died to those who love you, Nor have you travelled lor, Just stepped inside God's lovely gar den, And left the gate alar. —Remembered by daughters Yon and Marge, sons-in-law Anson end Hylton, grandchildren Anson. Don. HeUyn*. 'Barrie and Leslie. EMSLIE.—In loving memory of my dear husband Bob. died November 25. 1947. ii look at your photo every day. You seem lo smile and say. I Don't grieve Rube. I am only sleeping, We'll meet again some day. —Always remembered by his loving wife Ruby. FORD.—In loving m?mory of Mr. Mrs. J. Ford, who passed away in I November. 1939. ?As you rest in peaceful sleep. Tour memory I will always keep. —Ever remembered by E. R. Lsmb den. FULLER.—Cherished memories of Nell. a loving wtie. who passed away on November 25. 1948. Down the lanes of memories The lights are never dim. —Sadly missed and remembered' by jner loving husband c:arri? GARDNER. —In loving memory of William Henry, who passed away on November 25. 1943.—'Always remem bered by his loving wife and family. ! GASMIER.—In loving memory or mother, who passed away November 25. 1947. No one knows the silent longing. A* I pen each simple line. Of a mother's love and friendship That is no longer mine. —Inserted by daughter Joan, son in-law Air and granddaughter Pattie. GULLAN.—In loving memory of my dear husband, passed away Novem ber 25. 1947. In memory you will walk beside me Through all the years. —lnserted by his loving wife. GULLAN.—In loving memory- of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away November 25. 1947. Behind all shadows standeth God. —lnserted by his loving daughter Julie, son-in-law jack, grandchil dren Vera and NelUe. GULLAN.—In loving memory of my Idear brother, who passed away No vember 25. 1947. True love never dies. —Inserted by his loving sister Bertha. GULLAN.—In loving memory of Uncle Jim. who passed away Novem ber 25. 1947. Tears roll on. but memories stay. —Always remembered by Phyl and -Ken. HAWES.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away Nov emtxr 25. 1943. Too dearly loved to ever be forgotten. —Ever remembered by Elsie, Vera, George. Lorna. Phyllis. Joyce, son-in law and daughter-in-law. KEMPSTER.—In loving memory or vember 25? 1948. Those who think of you today Are those who loved you best. —Remembered by son Roy, Dorrie and grandchildren. KEMPSTER.—Fond memnr:es of my mother, passed away November 25. 1948. Forever in my'thoughts.— Inserted by her lovins son Fdwin. KENNEWELL.—In loving memory of our dear son Eddie, passed away November 25. 1944. O. silfnt grave to thee we trust. This precious pan of earthly dust; Guard it safely sacred tomb. Till we. his parents ask for room. —Always lo'-ert T-.d missed by his mother and father. KENNEWELL. —In loving memory o: our brother, whn passed away No- vember 25. 1944. The dearest brother we ever had: a. game trier, so loyal and true. His bind, loving ways will linger with us all our days.—Sadly missed and longed 'or always by his brother Dove. Ida and Edward. KENNEWELL.—In memory of dear Eddie who passed away No\*ember 25. 1944. Memories stay a* near and dear as yesterday. — Remembered always by his old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dewar. KENNEWELL. — Fondest mem ories of dear Eddy, who passed away ftvc years ago today. Bis life i? one "big sacrifice. His heart war nut and tender: He toiled so hard for those he loved. Then left us vo remember. -Por ever in our thoughts. Hazel. Fred and children. KENNEWELL, Eddie.—Fell asleep five year** sotfay.—Always iratm bered'by Harold. Elva and family. KENNEWELL-—in loving memory of our brother and uncle Eddy who passed away November 25. 1944. There's an ach<" in our hearts today. That countless years won't take away: A place in our h**ats that nothinc can mi. Jw* misf you Eddy, and always, will. —Evpr rcmembrr?sd by iiis brother Allan. Phyl and Kfith.
KENNEWELL.—In lovine memoir of my dear brother Eddie, passed away November 25. 1944. Please God take Tibs message. To niv dear brother above; Tell him' I still miss him. Aul five him ali m> love. --Sadly missed by Beverley. LAMP.—In luring mtioiori" of our tier 25. 194B.—Ever remembered by Fred Pearl and family. LAMP.—In lovius memory or dad.: passed away November 25. 1^48.— Always remembered by May and Bob. LAMP. —In loving memory of our :odjy.—Ev?-r rcmemljerfc by Pal. EKie and Grrlie. I.AMP.—In loving memory ol clear dad. echo passed away November 25. 194B.—Always remembered by Oven ;iud May. MacDONALD.—In loving memory of my sister Sylvia. Day. of Mdm-s.^ -sill! come, hidden tears still flow, no one knows how hard ii is lo part from a sister -so close to my heart. —Ever remembered by her sister Addie and family. MacDONALD.—In loving memory of our Sylvia, mho pa-ssed away six year.** today. No one cau say our grief has lessened. Thuugti tile smiles hide our tears: Memory keeps tiie wound still open. Despite the passing years. —Inserted by motuer and dad. MacDONALD.- In loving meuiuiy ox our dear wile and mother. Sylvia Macdonald. —Ever remembered" b> Barbara. Dell and Mac. MACDONALD.-Iu lovin* memory of Sylvia. pas-st-d away 6 years today. A gulden meuiorv. silently kepL. of v dear sister aud auuly we will never forget. Rouda. Pat. Flo sue' Cllarlie. MACKINNON.— In loWus m-uiory H*jveiiiuer 2S. 1940. Years*"may dawn and fade away, but memories ot you Riil al?m- slay.—Sadly missed by hU, laving sou Neil. MACKINNON.—In loving memory of deir datf. who passed mac November 25. 1940. A though! lor today, a memury lor ever.—Always remembered by Ann and Geoff. MACKINNON.—In lond remem- away November 25. 1940. Years roll on. bu; memories st:iy as near anc' .dear as yesterday.—Always remem bered by Charlie and MOll.l. MADIGAX.—In loving memory of Jim. who passed away November 25. 1946. -Always remembered by Jo. MARGITICH In loving memory of Alic Stephen, who passed away at Malvern. November 25. 1917.—Ever remembered. -Inserted by hi* loving wife and family. MARSHALL.—In loving memory ot mother, who passed away November 25. 1947.—Ever remembered by her loving sons and daughters. WAY.—In memory of mother, passed away November 25. 1948.—1n- serted by Coralle. Howard and Fred. McBEATH. —In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who ?as.=ed away November 25. 1942. A thought for today, A memory lor ever. . —Ever remembered by his loving wife.! lend son Alex. , McRAE.—Is loving memory or Clin ?ton. who pa.ssed away November 24.— Ever remembered by Auntie Rose and family. MEELY.- — In loving memory of pr; husband' Jim. who passed away November 25. 1947.—Always remem ,oere. b- his wile Alice. MERRITT.—In 10-ing memory ofi lour dear nephew Johnnie, who passed Uway November 25. 1946. His memory a keepsake ever dear. —Inserted by Auntie L>ona. Uncle BUI' and cousins. MERRITT.—God needed one more anpel to join His shining band so. three years ago t3dav. He grasped dear Johnny's hand.—uonged for al wj.ys. mummy, o'addy. Julie. MERRITT.—In loving memory of! 1 Habv Joiwny. who went lo heaven November 25. 1946. ii went on a Lhougbtful Journey. Down :be yea re today. And from my memory garden Picked a sweet, bouquet. Red roses of affection. Forgei-me-nots of blue: And memories for ever. little Johnny, dear, of you. —Ever remembered by aunty Edna. uncle Stan. And cousins. MERRITT. —Loving memories of John, fell asleep three years aso 10- day Sutler little children to come unto me. For such Is the Kingdom of Heaven.—Remembered by Auntie Joan. Uncle Jack. MERRITT. —In loving memory of little Johnnie, who fell asleep No-. vember 25. 1946. In God's care.—Al ways remembered by Aunty Phy! and Uncle Harry. MERRITT.—Memories of Johnny. (fell asleep November 25. 1946: 111 ! months.—Remembered by Grandma Merritt and Uncle Roland. MERRITT (Johnny), fell asleep 3 .years ago today. Aged 11 3? months. Another bud to bloom in heaven. —Lovingly remembered by nana and grandpa Stubblety. MOLLER.—In loviug memory of Gordon, who was accidentally killed November 23. 1948. Deep in our hearts v memory is kept of one we loved and mill never forget.—Alwaysl remembered by his two pals. Ross and Keith. MORTIMER.—In loving memory of mother, wlao passed away November 125. 1934. Your memory is our dearest keepsake. -From her loving children. NEELY. James. November 25. 1947. —In I ovine memory of our dear father and grandfather.—Mabel. Eric and girt. NEELY, James. November 25. 1947. —In loving memory of dear father and grandpa.—Margaret. Ivor and Merilyn O'DONOHUE.—In lovine memory of our dear motlncr. died November 25. 1920.—Always remembered by her loving daughter and son-in-law. May and Mack. Belgrave. O'DONOHUE.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who died Notetn ber 25. 1920.—Ever remembered by -her loving daughter Rose and grand children. OLSEN.—In loving memory of Olaf. passed away November 25. 1941. If all the world were our to give. We would give it. yes and more, .To see our dear brother's face Come smiling through the door. —Always remembered by Betty and Bill. OLSEN.—In cherished memories of our darling Olaf. died November 25. 1941. Every day you are with us in beau tiful memories, dear son. until we meet again. OLSEN.—In lo ing memory of dear brother Olaf. passed ins November 25. 1341. Ever remembered.—Svlv, Jack. OLSEN <Ol£li.—Passed away No vember 25. 1941. Fondest memories, dear O. —Ever remembered. Dot. i OLSEN.—In loving memory of Olaf. passerf away November 25. 1941. Hearts that loved you never forget. —Sadly missed by sister Ida. brather in-law Harry. nephew Geoffrey. O'MALLEY.—In loving memory of . dear husband and father. Patrick. .To have you with us in the .same old way . Would be our dearest wish today. —Inserted by his loving wife. Ivy. and family. O'MALLEY. —In loving memory of my dear brother Pat. who died No : vember 25. 1946.—Sadly missed by his loving sister Theresa. O'MALLEY.—In lo ing* memory of Uncle pat. died November 25. 1946. Loved by all who knew him. —Inserted by Gwen. Mick. John and Garry. O'MALLEY.—In loving memory of our dear Uncle Pat. died November 25. 1946. Peaceully resting.—lnserted by Dass. Mar], Pat and Lawrie. O'MALLEY.—In fond memory of dad. A thought for today, a memory for ever.—ln>~aerted by Ron. Lorraine land grantft-hildren. PARKER.—In loving memory of our dear little Joyce, who passed '?away November 25. 1926. Death leaves a wauud nothing can . heal. Memories are treasures no one can steal. —Loved, remembered, longed r<>r al ii as> by mother, father, sisters and brother. PEDDER.—In memory of David Ernest, who passed away November 25. 1948.—Inserted by his brother and sister-in-law. Tom and Bertha. PRYOR. —In loving memory of dear dad. who passed away November 25. 1942. Sweetest memories, fond" and true. Prom one who thought the world of —Always remembered by his loving - dauzh-.-er Joan. PRYOR.- In loving memory of dear Perc. who pas-=*d away November 25. ROBINSON.—In loving memory of dear Gwen. who passed away Novem ber 25. 1936. My dearest wish today would be to see your smiling face. —Always remembered by Aunty ROBINSON. -In loviir; memory o: Gwen. who died Novpmber 25. 193f>. Years pass on. but memories slay As near and dear as yesterday. —Inserted" by her lavins mother. Roy. Harry and Bel. ROBINSON.—In loviiit> memory of my beloved granddaughter Gwen. ,Pas-ed away November 25. 1936. A lea! in the book ol memuri-v Is softly turned away. —Ever remembered by her loving 'grandma. Raby and N*-!l. RODGERS.—In loving memory- i>: passed away NDvember 25. 1946. Always remembered* by hio lovint !tt-!fp. son. daughter-in-law, and grand ROWAN. —In loving memory of my !lwr"2.->. 1947. Hr smil?<i thmuch Ml his pam. Ti Icno**' him -s-as to Ipvp h!rni Our lojf was heav-en's srsin. -Ev<?r remembered by hiE'daii-rtiwrl Tvonno.