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no£?es must be ricned by the two persons concerned. Birth notices by one of the parents unless otherwise authenticated, uo Marriages, Death and In Memorism notices by some responsible person. BIRTHS ADAMS (nee Bain). —On August 14, at Peterborough S.M. Hospital, to Aileen and Les —a daughter (Carolyn Ann). Thanking Dr. Flaherty, sisters and all in attendance. BEAGLEHOLE. —On July 25. at Nara- coorte District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Beaglehole —a son (George Wil- liam). Thanking Dr. Newland and hos- pital staff. BLACK. —On August 15, at Calvary, to Mary and Bob —a son. BURFIELD. —On August 7, at Auburn District Hospital, to Joan and Joe —a son (premature, lived 11 hours). BUTLER (nee Williams). —On Aug- ust 2, at Thyne Memorial Hospital, Millicent, to Joan and George —a son (David Robert John). BROWN. —To Colin and Joyce —a son (Jeffrey Noel), at Berklea Hospital. Thanking Dr. Verco and staff. BROOKS.—On August 13, to Bonnie, wife of Newton —a daughter (Beverley Kaye). BOWDEN. —On August 14, to Kay and Harry —a daughter (Beverly Ann), at Berklea HosltaL Special thanks to Dr. West, matron and staff. Both well. COCKSHELL (nee Dietman). — On August 10, at Terowie Hospital, to Betty and Cec —a daughter (Pauline Joan). Thanking Dr. Davis and hospital staff. DOFFY. —On August 17, to the wife of Thomas Duffy —a daughter. COTTON (nee Peat).—To Adelaide, wife of Sydney, ex-R.A.A.F. —a son (Greg- ory Raymond). Thanking Dr. Cooling and sifters. EDWARDS. —At the Broken Hill and District Hospital, to Tom and Rene—a son. Both well. FEHLBERG. —At Laura, to Albert and Ruth, of Stonefleld —a son (Barry). GIERKE (nee Grieger). —On August 11, at Mannum Hospital, to Erna and Herb, God's gift of a daughter (Joyleen Fay). Sincere thanks to Dr. Grote and hospital staff. GLASSON. —On August 13, at Mc- Bride's Hospital, Medindie, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Glasson, of Somerton —a son. HARRISON (nee Pomeroy). —To Lance and Elsie—a daughter (Kay Andrea). KERB (nee Burchell). —On August 16, at Calvary Hospital, to Shirley and Reg— a daughter (Cynthia Ellen). Special thanks to Dr. J. D. Rice and hospital staff. LEVEY (nee Woods). —At St. George's Hospital, Kew, Victoria, on Tuesday, August 12, to Joan and Roy —a son (stillborn). MASON. —On August 14, at McBride's, to Joyce and Claude —a son. MEYERS. —On August 15, at Memorial Hospital, to Muriel and Dud—a son. Thanking Dr. Scutt end hospital staff. MILLER. —On August 13, to Phyllis, wife of Colin Alexander Miller —a daugh- ter. MORRISON (nee Jennings). —On Aug- ust 15, to Rita and Jim, Pennington —a son (Robert James). Special thanks to Dr. W. Russell. Nurse Waters, and staff. PYMBLE. —On August 16, to Delphis and John —a son. Thanking Dr. Robert Steele and staff at Memorial Hospital. No visitors for seven days. ROBERTS (nee Schultz). —On August 12, to Rosa and George —a daughter, Jennifer Dawn. Both well. Special thanks to all in attendance. ROWE. —On August 10, at the Wallaroo Hospital, to Eileen and Howard —a daugh- ter (Helen). Thanking all in attendance. SEABLE. —On August 15, at Q.V.M.H., to May and Clarrie, of 7 Foster street, Forestville —a son. Both well. SHUTE (nee Staben). —On August 15, at Quambi, to Ralph and Linda —a daughter (Julie Suzanne). Thanking Dr. Frewin and staff at Quambi. STARRS (nee Sandison). —On August 15, at Mount Gambier, to Noreen and Ben —a son. STRUGNELL. —On August 15, at Sirius, Alberton, to Nell and Arthur (Mick) — a son (Neville Arthur George). Grate- ful thanks to Dr. Russell, Sister Shinn, and Nurse Russell. VENNING (nee Hogben). —On August 15, at "Chatham," Keswlck. to Eff and Eric —a daughter (Anne Leola). Thank- in Dr. Don Steele, matron and nurse. WATTS (nee Evon Barrett). —On August 16, to Von and Joe —a daughter (Lynette Carrell). Thanking Dr. Rosen- baum and staff of Murray Bridge Sol- diers' Hospital. No visitors until 21st. WEDDING. —On August 9, at Balaklava Hospital, to Maureen and Perce —a daughter (Beverley). WEST. —On August 14, at Calvary, to Linda and John —a son (Daryl Philip). Grateful thanks to Dr. Adams, sisters and staff. WHITE (nee Topsfield).—On August 11, to Rose and Harold —a daughter, at Mannum Hospital. Thanking Dr. Grote and hospital staff.
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 Lay Superintendent, Children's Hospital, North Adelaide. Minimum insertion fee, 2/6. Mark Robin, Nuriootpa; Miss M. Banks, Mannum; Mr. G. Ebert, Duncan street, Wallaroo; Miss A. J. Cook, Box 89, Monash. "Cheerios" —Mr H. Burton, Kapunda; Mr. J. Mansbridge, 19 Stanley street, North Adelaide. MARRIAGES GREGORY —SANDICOCK. — The mar- riage of Bevin John Gregory to Muriel Florence Sandercock, both of Maitland, was solemnised at Adelaide on July 26. Rev. E. M. Broomhead officiated. GOLDEN WEDDINGS HEWTON —HOILE. —Mr. and Mrs. E. Hewton of Edithburgh announce the 50th anniversary of their marriage, solemnised on August 18, 1887, at Lake Fowler by the Rev. Adams. HELE —BROWN. —Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hele, of Gladston street, Norwood, an- nounce the 50th anniversary of their marriage solemnised on August 18, 1897, at St. Mary's Cathedral, Perth, W.A, by the late Rev. Father O'Shea. RUBY WEDDNGS BLACKMORE — WESLEY. —Mr. and Mrs C. H. Blackmore, 31 Bertie street, West Hindmeash, wish to announce the 40th anniversary of their marriage, sol- emnised on August 18, 1907, at Hind- marsh Congregational Church, by the Rev. Percy Watson. APPROACHING MARRIAGES HILL —KANN. —The marriage of Mar- jorie, eldest daughter of Mr. D. F. Hill and the late Mrs. Hill, of Seaton Park, to Donald A., younger son of Mr. and Mrs J. D. Rann of Albert Park will be solemnised at Woodville Methodist Cburch, on Saturday, August 23, at 7.30 p.m. Friends and relatives invited to ceremony. No reception. MAN —MYERS. —The marriage of Lorna, youngest daughter of Mrs. A. Man and the late Mr. A. Man, of Prospect, to Ron, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Myers, of Broadview, will be solemnised at Pirie Street Methodist Church, August 23, 6.30 p.m. Reception to be held Prospect Town Hall. POLKINGHORNE —MILLS. — The mar- riage of Dorothy Jean, youngest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Polkinghorne. Broken Hill, to Alan Victor, only surviving son of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Mills, of Berri will be solemnised at the Methodist Church Berri, on Saturday, August 23, at 2.30 p.m. SIEGERT —PRIZIBILLA. —The marri- age of Vera, fourth daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Siegert, of James- town to Henry, second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Prizibilla of Jamestown, will be solemnised at Pirie Street Methodist Church on August 23, at 2.30 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS BYLES — McAKTHUR. —The engage- ment is announced of Violet Jean, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. B. Byles, of Burra, to Ronald Lewis, only son of Mr. J. A. McArthur, of North Walkervllle, and Mrs. L. D. Smith, of England. CARTER— HILLAM. —The engagement is announced of Valerie, youngest daugh- ter of Mr. C. W. Carter, of Blackwood, and Mrs. N. J. Marinos, of Goodwood, to Priestly, eldest son of Mr. J. M Hillam, of Baroota, and the late Mrs. Hillam. CUMMINGS —SCHILLER. — The en- gagement is announced of Gwenda Dorothy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Cummings, of Peterborough, to Clarence Norman, second youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Schiller, of Sutherlands. COATS— HALL. —The engagement is an- nounced of Rhonda May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Coats, Berri, to Robert James, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Hall, Echunga. HARRIS —CRAM. —The engagement is announced of Verna C., only child of Mr. and Mrs. A. Harris, of Virginia, to Robert Thomas, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. V. A. Cram, of Glencoe West. HOUSTON — HUGHES. —The engage- ment is announced of Fay only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Houston, of Lock- leys, to William Norman, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Hughes, of Colonel Light Gardens. MARTIN —POPE. —The engagement is announced of Joan Marguerite, twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Martin, of Glenunga, to Ronald Keith, second son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Pope, of Colonel Light Gardens. MILFORD — BORROUGHS. —The en- gagement is announced of Gwendoline E., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs G. H. Milford, of Mile End, to Roy E.. elder son of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Borroughs, of Ramco. MOULDS —HICKS.—The engagement is announced of Lois Nancy, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Moulds, Kensington Park, to Edward Paul, only son of Mr. and Mrs E. Hicks, Plympton.
ENGAGEMENTS NELSON —FINLAY. —The engagement is announced of Lorna P., second daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nelson, of Senate road, to Harold L., second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Finlay, of The Ter- race, Port Pirie. ROBBINS —PFITZNER. —The engage- ment is announced of Reta, younger daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. D. Robbins, of York, to Victor, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Pfitzner, of West Croydon. SCRIMES —MITCHELL. —The engage- ment is announced of Doreen, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Scrimes, South Road Estate, to Sidney, third son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mitchell, of Murray Bridge. SEARLE —BUNGEY. —Mr. and Mrs A. S. Searle, of Allenby Gardens, have plea- sure in announcing, the engagement of their elder daughter, Patti Mignon, to Donald Frank, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Bungey, Cherryville. SMITH —HAMPTON. —The engagement is announced of Rae, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Smith, Echunga, to Douglas, elder son of Mr. and Mrs G. L. Hampton, Meadows. SHANNON —GEUE. —The engagement is announced of Melva, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shannon, Gawler to Malcolm, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Geue, Sandy Creek. DEATHS ANDERSON. —On August 13, at Cleve Hospital, Rachel, the dearly beloved wife of Hartley Anderson, Arno Bay, and lov- ing mother of Hannah (Mrs. Nall, Broken Hill), George (Arno Bay), and Bob (Ade- laide), son-in-law George, and daugh- ters-in-law Floss and Connie; loving grandma of Hartley, Gary, Judith, Jean- ette, Vilma, Desley, Lynette and Robert. A friend to all. Aged 68 years. BAMPTON. —On August 14 (suddenly), at Largs, Charles, beloved husband of the late Harriet Bampton, and loved father of Fred, Gert, Alfred, and Horace, also Harold (deceased). Aged 85 years. BISSETT. —On August 14, at Calvary, Catherine Bissett, of 48 Victoria avenue, Dulwich, loved wife of the late George Frederick Bissett. Aged 77 years. Re- quiescat in pace. BOEHM. —Frederick William, of Port Lincoln, beloved husband of Mary Ann Boehm, and loving father of John, Fran- cis, Phyllis, Pleasant, William, Winni- fred, and Lawrence, all of Port Lincoln. At rest. BURTON. —On August 16, at private hospital, Walter Burton, beloved husband of Maude, of 346 Port road, Beverley. Aged 87 years. At rest. BURTON.—On August 16, at private hospital, Walter Burton, beloved father of Will, Lucy, Fred, Hazel, and Glen. Resting. CHAPLIN. —On August 16, at Adelaide, Walter Chaplin, of Mount Lofty. Aged 81 years. CHAPLIN. —On August 16, at Adelaide, Walter, of Mount Lofty, beloved husband of the late Francisca, loved father of Herb., Holly, May, Ted, Arnold (de- ceased), Lynda, Graham, and Laurie. Aged 81 years. At rest. COLEMAN. —On August 17, at the Salisbury District Hospital, Amy Hilda May, beloved wife of Samson Coleman and loving mother of Vera (Mrs. McGregor), Harold, Eric (deceased), Geoff, Audrey (Mrs. Tothill), Ron, and Eileen (Mrs. A. Davis). Aged 62 years. At rest. CULPIN. —On August 9, in Melbourne, result of accident, Gordon E. (ex-A.I.F., World War 2), beloved son of Catherine and the late George Culpin, of Ballarat, loving brother of George (Ballarat), Mary (Mrs. Donovan, Broken Hill), William, and Nicholas (Broken Hill), John (dec., ex-A.I.F., World War I), and James (Port Pirie). Aged 46 years. Resting. CROXFORD. —On August 8, at her residence, Prospect, Sister Lois Crox- ford, loved friend of E. L. Dunn. She gave her life for others. DAY. —On August 16, at her late resi- dence, 6 Waters street, Kensington Park, Lydia Mary, beloved wife of the late William Thomas Day, and loved mother of Daphne and Rita; also Alex (de- ceased). Aged 83 years. DALY. —On August 17, at Adelaide, Mortimer Daly, formerly of Jamestown, beloved husband of the late Elizabeth Daly. Aged 87 years. Requiescat in pace. DAWE. —On August 16, at her resi- dence, at 13 Wilson street, Prospect, Elizabeth Hannah, the dearly beloved wife of the late William James Dawe, and loving mother of William, Elsie, Jack and Daisy (deceased). Aged 76 years. A loving mother and grandma. FITZGERALD. —On August 1, at Broken Hill, Gerald, second beloved son of Ed- ward and Elizabeth Fitzgerald, and dearly loved brother of Eddie, Kath and Betty. Aged 35 years. R.I.P. GIBSON. —On August 17, at hospital, Ada S. Gibson, of Albert street, Good- wood, beloved eldest daughter of the late Mary and Stephen Gibson (late of South Railway parade, Goodwood). Aged 66 years. GORDON. —On August 17, at Hutchin- son Hospital, Gawler, Marianne Eliza- beth, the dearly loved second daughter of Robert and Maida Gordon, of 30 Fourth street, Gawler South. Aged 5 years 7 months. Suddenly. HARDY. —On August 12, at Haslam, Arthur, dearly beloved husband of the late Martha Hardy, and loving father of Perce., and loving brother of Clara. Aged 77 years. HICKET. —On August 16 (suddenly), at her residence, 75 Carrington street, Adelaide, Mary Jane Hickey, the beloved mother of Mabel and George, of Adelaide; Millie, Mary and Eliza, of Broken Hill; Harold (Sydney), and Mark (B.C.O. Force, Japan), and fond step-mother of Bil and Vera. Aged 82 years. In God's care. JENKIN. —On August 15 at Daws Road Hospital, Herbert Percival Jenkin, late R.A.A.F., the dearly beloved son of Flor- ence and the late Joseph Jenkin, of Albert street, Upper Ferntree Gully, Vic- toria, and the loving brother of Joe (Tas.) and Jeff, and fond brother-in-law of Les Mastersson, of Blackwood, S.A., and Allie Jenkin. Aged 31 years. One of the best.
LAING. —On August 17, at a private hospital, Rose Ethelwyn, widow of Robert Laing, late of Payneham. McDONALD. —On August 16, at a pri- vate hospital, Ann McDonald, late of 13 Wilson street, Prospect, formerly of Yon- gala. Aged 83 years. McARTNEY. —On August 17, at Ade- laide, Charles, dearly loved husband of Elizabeth (Bessie) McArtney, and loving father of Ivy, May, and Leslie. Aged 73 years. At rest. MAXWELL. —On August 17, at her late residence, South Hummocks, Hannah, widow of Robert Maxwell, loving mother of Bert, Susan. Elsie, and Daisy. Aged 82 years. MAY. —On August 15, at the residence of her daughter, Woodville Park, Mary Louise, widow of George May, late of Glenelg, and loving mother of Herbert and Florence (both deceased), Arthur, Sophie (Mrs. Childs). and Mick. Aged 86 years. MERCHANT. —On August 16, at hospi- tal, Ada, beloved wife of Frederick Clif- ford Merchant, 78 Rundle street, Kent Town, and loved mother of Doreen, Betty. Valmai and Violet. Aged 50 years. QUINTRELL. —On August 17, at Nara- coorte Hospital, William, beloved husband of Olive, late of Nuarturr, Victoria. Aged 62 years. RICHARDS. —On August 16 (suddenly), Lillian Mary, dearly beloved mother of Aster, Phillis, Valda, Leith and Brian. RICHARDS. —On August 16 (suddenly), Lillian Mary, dearly loved wife of Ben- jamin Richards, of 2 Durham street, Glenelg. Aged 61 years. RIGELSEN. —On August 17, at a pri- vate hospital, Mary Kathleen, dearly be- loved wife of Walter Henry Rigelsen. Aged 41 years. Rest after weariness. SCRIVEN. —On August 15, at hospital, Ernest Charles Striven, late Short st., Alberton, beloved father of Elsie, Ann and Flo., also George, late A.I.F., deceased. Aged 75 years. Resting. SMITH. —On August 16 (suddenly), John Howard, beloved husband of Gwen- dolen Smith, of 105 Leader street, Forest Gardens, and loving brother of Norma, Amy and Nita. Aged 44 years. STEWART. —On August 16, at his resi- dence, 270 Senate road, Port Pirie West, William, beloved husband of Lucy Anna Stewart, and father of five sons. Aged 63 years. TUNBRIDGE. —On August 12, at Alfred Hospital, Kenneth, the loved husband of Doreen Olwyn, of 9 Rosella road, Mor- dialloc, Victoria, loving father of Barry and Lindy, and loving son of William and the late Myrtle Violet, of Adelaide. Aged 39 years. WEARNE. —On August 15, at his late residence, Cross roads, Moonta, Joseph Henry, dearly beloved husband of Clara, loving father of Jack (B.C.O.F., Japan). Clem, Rita, Arthur, Allan, Marlene; father-in-law of Bill, grandfather of Graham. Aged 68 years. Thy will be done. WRIGHTON. —On August 15, at Beth- esda Hospital, Melbourne, Cecil, late of Port Pirie, beloved husband of Hilda, loved father of Doreen, grandfather of little Peter. Aged 58 years. Cremated at Springvale, Melbourne. Loved by all. WRIGHTON. —On August 15, in Mel- bourne, Cecil, late of Port Pirie, dearly loved brother of Emily Dunmore, loved uncle of Mollie, Lily, and Marjorie. Resting. HEROES OF THE EMPIRE "At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them." ELLIOT, Pte. A. L. —Died of wounds, in the Middle East, August 18, 1941.— Ever remembered by bis brother H. J., at Karoonda, and mother and father, at Melville Lane, Strathalbyn. FOGARTY. —In loving memory of my dear husband, Joseph Francis, who died suddenly on August 18, 1946, late 10th Batt., World War I. —Inserted by his loving wife and nephew John. Rest in peace. MAHER. —In loving memory of our dear Peter, killed Salamau, August 18, 1943. His memory we will cherish through the passing years.—Sadly missed by his mother, sisters, Dorothy, Mary, brother Jim, and brother-in-law Cliff. MAHER. —In loving memory of Peter, killed in action in New Guinea on August 18, 1943. Deep in my heart a memory is kept Of one that I loved and will never for get.- —Inserted by sister Dorothy and family. MORTIMORE. —In loving memory of our brother Syd, died August 17, 1923. Beneath the cross of sacrifice he lies among the honored brave. —Always re- membered by his brothers and sisters, Nell, Alice, Elsie, Harold, Cyril and Edgar.
HEROES OF THE EMPIRE MULLER. —A tribute to the memory of our friend Rex. SZ5102, 2/3 rd M.G. Batt., who died P.O.W., Siam, August 18, 1945. A thought for today, a memory for ever. —Keen family. Rose Park. WORDEN, Sgt. Obs. —In loving me- mory of Frank, mining overseas, August 18, 1943. Time cannot make your me- mory fade, nor the years dull the sacri- fice you made. —Always remembered by mother and dad.
IN MEMORIAM BALLARD. —In memory of our mother, passed away August 17. 194S.—Always remembered by Rex. Rosa. Judith. Kaye. BENSON (nee Schonfeldt).—ln loving memory of Marjory, who passed away August IT. 1945. She sleeps: on either hand upswells the gold-fringed pillow lightly prest. She sleeps, not dreams, but ever dwells a perfect form in perfect rest.—Remembered always by her Auntie Edna. Les and Gloria. BRIDGLAND In loving memory of Nana. who passed away August 18. 1946. —Always* remembered by Joan. Frank and John (Peterborough). BLACKMORE.—In loving memory of Nell, who passed away Aug. 18. 1946. Cheerful and kinn in all her ways, upright acd Just to the end of her days.—lnserted by her friends Rube and Bert. BLACKMORE.—Fond memories of our dear friend. Mrs. Blackmore. died August 18, 1946. —Never forgotten by Mr. and MrsT Campbell. Maisie and Harold. BLACKMORE.—Loving memory of Nel lie, dear friend of Grace. Always remembered. BLACKMORE.—In loving memory of Nellie, passed away August 18, 1946. Al ways remembered.—lnserted by her loving husband Jim, Phyllis and Allan. KLAIKX£.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away August 18. 1936. —Ever remem bered by his wife Agnes, son and daugh ter. Wilson and Jessie, and daughter-in law Betty. BOTTOMLET.—In memory of husband and father. Jack, passed away August 18, 1942. Sweet is the word remembrance, as these few lines will show, you will al ways be remembered as the years come and go.—Remembered always by his wife, sons and daughters. CHAMPION. —In loving fnemory of grandma, who passed away August 17. 1941.—Ever remembered by Avis. Ray and family. CHAMPION.—In loving memory of our dear mother and gran . who passed array August 18, 1942. Every day in some sweet way your loving memory comes our way.—Ever remembered by Myrtle. Herk and girls. CHAMPION.—Loving memory of dear mother and gran., died August 18, 1342. —Mwayx remembered by Eunice, Doris. Billy. CROOK.—In loving memory of our father and grandfather, who died August 18. 1945. BeneSth the Cross of Sacri fice at rest. —Remembered always by lov ing daughter .Mary, son-in-law Aub.. grandchildren Les, Max. Patricia, Betty and George. DAVEX". —In loving memory of dear dad, passed away August 18, 1946 we have you in our memory. God has you in His care. —Always remembered by son Tom, and Victoria, grandchildren Em, Gladys, Pearl, Albert, also Joyce, Eileen. Graham, Brian. Beatrice. DAVEY.—In loving memory of our dear dad and grandfather, who passed away August 18. 1946. Treasured memories linger of one we loved and will never for get.—lnserted by his loving daughter Car rie and grandchildren Herm and Kath. DAVEY.—In loving memory of brother Jim, passed away August 18. 1946. Your memory we will always keep.—Ever re- membered by sister Alice. DAWE.—Loving memories of Auntie Bessie, who passed away August 16. —Remembered by sister, Louie Dufneld and family. DROGEMULLER.—In loving memory of our dear son Barry, who passed away on August 18, 1944.—Ever remembered by his loving mother and father. DWYER.—In loving memory of mother, who passed away August 18. 1937. Tears roll on. but memories last.—lnserted by her loving son and daughters. EDWARDS.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father. Fred, who passed away August 17, 1944. —Ever re membered by his loving wife Ettie. daugh ter Dorothy, and son-in-law Bui. FIELD.—In loving memory of my husband, who passed away August 18, 1944. I hear his voice keep whispering, "don't mourn, be brave and true, at the end of the lane of shadows, I'll be waiting there for you." - Always remembered, loving wife Annie. FIELD.—In loving memory of dad, who passed away August 18, 1944. He sleeps in God's beautiful garden, sheltered from sorrow and pain, he left a beautiful memory till we meet again. - Ever remembered by his sons Tom, Joe, Eph and Steven. FIELD. - In loving memory of dad, who passed away August 18. 1944. Treasured memories, loving and true, remain in our hearts, dad, of you.- lnserted by his loving daughters Nancy, Frances and Ruth. FIELD.—In loving memory of dad, who passed away August 18, 1944. Deep in our hearts the memory is kept, of one we loved and will never forget. - Always remembered by bis daughter Roma, son-in-law Lol. FIELD. - In loving memory of dad, died August 18, 1944. - Inserted by his loving daughter Vene, Andy, granddaughter Valerie. FOGARTS".—In loving memory of our dear brother-in-law and uncle James Francis. A staunch and loyal friend. —Inserted by his brother-in-law Bob, nieces and nephews. FULLGRABE.—In loving memory of Ross, passed away August 18, 1945. Just a token, true and tender, to show you, Ross, that we remember.—lnserted by Peg and Norm. FBLLGRABE.—In loving memory of Ross, died result accident, August 18, 1945. Sweet are the memories that never fade, of one we loved and couldn't save. —Inserted by Auntie Gwen, Uncle Glen, and T^?xip FTJLLGRABE.—In loving memory of my dear brother, Ross, who passed away August 18. 1945.—Ever remembered by brother. Don. FCLLGBABE.—In loving memory of my dear son Ross, died (result of accident), August 18. 1945. Tour memory we will always cherish. We love to speak your name. In life we loved you dearly. In death we do the same. —Ever remembered by his loving mother and step-sister Pat. FUNKE.—In loving memory of Ma. passed away August 18. 1942.—Remem bered always, Ethel Liddle. -GATES.—In loving memory of my dear father, passed away August 18, 1944. A memory fresh, a memory true. To snow, dear dad. we think of you. * —Ever remembered by his loving son Cyril and family. GILES.—In cherished memory of dear Rose, who passed away at Clare. August 18. 1942. Ton silently suffered and patiently bore. Till God bid yon rest to suffer no more. —Loved and remebmered, mother and sisters. GLAISTER,—In memory of our dear father, who passed away August 18, 1946. —Ever remembered by Les.. Jean and family. GLAISTER.—In loving memory of our dear father and grandpa, who passed away August 18, 1946.—Ever remem bered by BUI, Lorna and Janice. GLAISTER.—In memory of Dad, who passed away August 18, 1946. Not a day dj we forget you, in our hearts you are always near, we who loved you, sadly miss yau> as It dawns the first sad year. —Always remembered by his loving daughter, lean, and son-in-law George. GLAISTER.—In loving memory of my dear husband, who. passed away August 18. 19*6. Short and sudden was the call. Tour sudden death surprised us aIL Its sad but true, we wonder why. The best are always first to die. —Inserted by his wife. Marion. GLAISTER. —In loving memory of our dear father, father-in-law and grand pa, who died -(result of accident) August 18, 1946. You bade no one a last fare well, or knew your end was near. You left behind some aching hearts, that loved yon most sincere.—Ever remem bered by his son Tom. daughter-in-law Katb.. and grandchildren Kathleen and Marlon. GROSS. —Sweet memories of "my sun shine," she walks beside me every day.— Sadly missed by Nan Pimlott. GROSS. —Loving memories of Margaret, who left us August 18. 1944.—Sadly missed by Popsy, Pa-pa. Uncle Geoff and Nan Pimlott. HAIXION.—In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away on August 17. Always lovingly re membered by his daughter Lucy, son-in law Clarrie, and grandchildren Carleen and Margaret. HALUON.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away on August 17. —Always lovingly re membered by his wife, son and daugh ter. Mat and Nell. HARVTE. —In loving memory of our dear brother Albert who passed away August 18. 1946. Sadly missed. We will never forget.—Always remembered by Walter. Joan and family. HOPGOOD.—In lovinz memory of dear father and granddad, who passed away Aueust 16, 1946. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept of one we loved and will never forget.—Ever remembered by Doris, Bert and erandchtldren. Kevin, Maxlne and Jill. " MANDER. —In loving memory of dear mum and granny, who passed away August 18. 1932. Three little letters form the word mum. The dearest pal I ever bad. Her love was great, her heart was kind. One of the best that's bard to find. —Ever remembered by daughter May. son-in-law Jack and family. NOBRIS.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away August 18. 1939. A beautiful memory of kindly deeds. A helping hand to those in need: Always so loving, unselfish and kind. Wnat a. beautiful memory to leave behind. —Always remembered by her loving bus band, daughters snd sons. NASH. —In loving memory of dear father, died August 18. 1941. Memories sweet of one so dear. Treasured deep from year to, year; He lives within our memory still. Not just today. but always wOL —Inserted by his loving son, dHUghter in-law and grandson. Hurtle, Grace and Geoffrey.
INMEMQMAM NASH.—In loving memory of our father who passed away August 18.—- Always remembered by son Ted and dauehter-ln-law Daphne. NASH.—In loving memory of dear fattier, passed away August 18. 1941. Love and remembrance last for ever.— Inserted by Claude. Jean and family. NASH.—Treasured memories of dear Dad. Edwin James, passed away August 18. 1941. Time moves on. memories stay nearer each day.—lnserted by ThHma. NASH.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away August 18. 1941. A memory fresh and a memory true. To show. dear, dad, we think of you. —Inserted by his loving wife Marlon, end daughter Pearl, son-in-law Walter. NASH.—In loving memory of dad who passed away on August IS. 1941. Memories sweet of one so dear. Treasured deep from year to year: He lives within our memories still. Not Just today, but always will. —Inserted by his children at Wynarling. OVONOHUE.—m loving memory of our dear father, who died August 17, 1926.—Always remembered by his lov ing daughter May and son-in-law Mick. Victoria. RXP. OTOOKOHDE.—In loving memory of our dear father, who died August 17. 1926. —Ever remembered by bis loving daugh ter Rose and grandchildren. RJ-P. PEARCE, E.. of WeUand.—ln loving memory of our cear mother and mandma who passed away August IS. 1944. A life or love co true and kind. A beautiful memory left behind. —Ever remembered by Alice and family. PEAKCE.'E_ Welland. —A tribute oi love to the memory of our mother and grandma, passed away on August 18. 1944.—Inserted by Etta. Colin. Valda and John. PIGOIJ.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away August 18. 1939. As yon rest in peaceful sleep, your mem ory we will always keep.—lnserted by his loving xons and daughters. KICHTFH.—In loving memory of mother, who passed away August 17. 1944. Jnst a token true and tender, to show, dear mother, we still remember. —Inserted by her loving son Mick and danghter-in-law Jean. BOSS.—In memory of dear Jim, who Sassed away October 18. 1944. One ot le kindest, one of the best. —Remem- bered always by Bert and Doris. ROSS.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother-in-law Jim, who passed away August 18. 1944.—Ever re membered by bis fattier and mother-in law and Mervyn and Mavis. ROSS. —In loving memory of my darling husband Jim. who passed away on August 18. 1944. How I miss yon, dearest Jim. God alone can tell. I have spent many a lonely hour, shed many a tear as well: friends may think I have forgotten when at times they see me smile, but they little know what an aching heart those smiles hide all the while.—So dearly loved, so sadly missed by his loving wife Elsie. BOSS.—In loving memory of our lov ing son Jim. who passed away August 18, 1944. We cannot read God's pur pose, but there will come a day when God will make us understand why our loved one was called away.—Sadly missed by mother and father. BOSS. —In loving memory of our lov ing brother Jim. who passed away Aug ust 18. 1944. Treasured memories are all we have left of one we loved and will never forget.—Sacly missed by Ellie. and Aubrey. - BOSS.—Loving memories of Jim. "Every day in some sweet way Beautiful memories come to stay." —Always remembered by aunt Lydia. cousins and families. SCOTT.—In loving-memory oi Walter William, who passed away August 18. 1942. —Inserted by bis loving wife and family. SEMLER In loving memory of nur dear husband and father, who passed away on August 17. 1946.—Ever remem bered by his loving wife, son and daugh ter-in-law. SKEFFINGTON.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away this day. four years ago. Pond memories nill always remain with her son Bill and dauehter-in-law Glad, and grandchildren Judith sne Joyce. SKEFFINGTON.—- in loving memory of IXMilsa. died August 18. 1942. Memory is a golden chain that links us till we meet again.—Inserted by Edith Wood forde, Keswick. STREETER. —In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away August 17. 1928. Thoughts are always with us. Every tuexnarv still held dear. —Inserted by -his daughter Mill, and Alt. Victoria. STREETER.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away August 17. 1938. Ever remem bered.—lnserted by his loving wife and family. TANNER.—In loving memory of our husband and father, love and remem brance never die. as days pass on and years roll by.—Ever remembered by lov ing wife and family. :
IN MEMORIAM TAYLOR.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away August —inserted by Walt and Ed. TAYLOR, Jane Ann.—Dearly beloved mother of Alice and Kath. died August j 18. 1936. So very dearly loved. RXP. THORNTON, joe.—A token of remem brance to Dad. —From Len and Audrey. TOZEB.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away at Laura, August 17. 1946. Memories linger.—ln serted by her son and daughter-in-law, Clarrie and Trixie. TREMBATH.—In loving memory of otrr dear father, who passed away August 17. 1945. Just a token to show, dear dad. we still remember.—lnserted by Win. Alf and John. WATTS. Arthur.—ln loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away at Balaklava. on August 18. 1940. —Ever remembered and sadly I missed by his loving wife and family. I WILUAMS.—In loving memory of my dear husband, passed away August 18. 1945. Lonely and sad I lie ax night. And- think of those gone by. Some day when life's Journey is ended We will meet again. * —Always remembered by your loving wife Rnby. WILLIAMS.—In loving memory of our dear father, passed away August IS. 1945. We treasure still with love sincere. —Loved by Ivy. Frank, children. WILLIAMS.—In loving memory of our dear dad end erandpa. who passed awas August 18. 1945. TiU memory fades and life departs. Yon will live forever In our beans. —Longed for always by Chriss. Bert anc Joy and Ray. WIUJAMS.—Loving memories of our dear mother and erandma. who passed away August 18. 1941. Memory sweet of one so dear. Treasured dorp from year to year: Fhe lives with us in memory stflL Not just today but always will. —Always remembered by dawrbter Elsie. Harold, grandchildren. Kadina WlLLlAMS.—Cherished memories- ol our dear mother and grandma, called home August 18. 1941. Treat her kindly, gentle Saviour. Now that she is Thine. Hold her in Thy loving arms. The. mother that Was mine. Always remembered by daughter Eva, Tony. Kathleen. WDXIAMS.—In lovin* memory of our dear mother, who' passed away on August 18. 1941. Those who loved you sadly miss you as it dawn another year.— Ever remembered by her loving daughter Fan. son-in-law Harold and grandchild ren. Peterborough. WILUAMS.—In loving memory of dear dad. passed away August IS. 1945. I think my dearest wish today. Is to be with you in the same old way. *—Sadly missed by his son and daughter-' in-law, Alf and Doris. WILLIAMS.—In loving memory ol dear mother, who passed away on August 18. 1941. If I could kiss your dear sweet face or see your loving smUe. or put my arms around you, mother. Just for a little while. —Ever remembered by her loving son Ron. daughter-in-law Emily. WILUAMS. —In loving memory of my darling mother, passed away August 18. 1941. Nobody knows how I miss you. mother, although I seldom look sad. but you were mine and I always remem ber what a wonderful mother I had. — Inserted by her loving daughter Evelyne. Alick and family. WILLIAMSON.—In loving memory of dear dad. who fell asleep August 18. 1946.—Ever remembered by Gordon and Gladys. WHITE. —In loving memory of Mum. passed away August 16. 1944.—Al^avs in my thoughts and remembered by Ilehe. WOOD. Charles. —In loving memory nl dad. parsed away August 17. 1945. Loved ones are never forgotten.—Bill Syd. lnga and families YATES.—In loving memory of dad. passed sway />ii2ust 18. 1944. A memory fresh, a memory true. To show, dear dad. we think of you. —Inserted by Maurice. Ccc, and family. FATES.—In loving memory of my dear father, who oassed away August 18. 1944. Memories like the waters of the sea. never crow old.—Ever remembered by his loving son. Ray and family.