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 anthenticated, and Marriages, Deaths, and In Memoriam notices by some responsible person. 4 lines, 3/-; 1/3 each additional BIRTHS BARKLEY. —On October 17, at Hut- chinson Hospital, Gawler, to Patricia, wife of Don W. Barkley— a daughter (Josephine Patricia). BRACEGIRDLE (nee Hay). —On October 19, at Unley Private Hospital, to Muriel and Ron —a son (Garry Ronald). Thanking Dr. Stoddart and hospital staff. CLARKE (nee Faith Natt).—On October 18, at Strathaibyn Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, to the wife of Colin R. Clarke—a daughter (Kath- leen Joan). COLLISON.—On October 19, at Henley Private Hospital, to Ruth and John—a son, premature (Trevor John). CROSS.—On October 19, at Memo- rial Hospital, to Beverley and Tom— a daughter (Raelene Jan). CURTIS.—On October 18, at Kiverton Park Private Hospital, to Nesta and Drew —a son. Both well. Visitors after October 23. DAY.—On October 19, at Onka- paringa District Hospital, to Lois and Max—a daughter (Barbara Mary). Thanking all in attendance. DOHNT (nee Scholz). —On October 18, at Calvary Hospital, to Phyl and Clem—a son (Rodney Clemance). Grateful thanks to Dr. Lower and hospital staff. DONNELLY (nee McCartney).—On October 18, at Calvary, to Marj and Stan—a son (Brian Jeffrey). Thank- ing Dr. John Rice and hospital staff. DURBRIDGE. —On October 12, at Hamilton Base Hospital, to Audrey and Tom—a daughter (Dorothy Jan). EGGERS (nee Schoell).—On Octo- ber 19, at Lobethal Hospital, to Linda and Hans —a daughter (Lynette Ruth). Both well. Thanking Dr. Ball and hospital staff. HARVEY. —On October 20, at Cal- vary, to Eileen and Bernie—a son (Francis Gerard). Thanks to Dr. Rollo Greenlees, Sister Monica and nurses. HEYWARD. —On October 11, at Q.V.M.H., to Joan and Reg—a son (Peter Wills). Thanking Drs. Mac- Intosh and Goode, Matron Carrol and staff. Both well. HOFFMANN.—On October 12, at Waikerie District Hospital, to Vera and Felix—a daughter (Helen Jenni- fer). Thanking all in attendance. HORTON (nee Huckel). —At Mon- rieth, to Dorothy and Clyde—a son. Thanking Dr. Terrill and hospital staff. KAISER. —On October 11, at Mt. Gambier Hospital, to Ruth, wife of T. C. (Ted) Kaiser—a daughter (Heather Anne). KING.—On October13. to Thelma and Clem —a brother for Jennifer (Michael). Thanking doctor and sister. McDONNELL (nee Slostrom). —On October 19, at Mannum Hospital, to Avis and Jack—a daughter. Thank- ing Dr. Grote and hospital staff. McINERNEY (nee Hillard).—On October 18, at Q.V.M.H., to Dawn and John—a daughter (Lynette Ann). PATTERSON (nee Guidera). —On October 15, to Daph and Ross, of Calca—a daughter. PEARCE.—On October 17, at Com- munity Hospital, Kadina, to Connie, wife of Frank Pearce, Port Clinton — a daughter (Judlth Ann), a sister for Pam. Thanking Dr. Goodhart and staff. PHILLIPS (nee Beck). —On Octo- ber 17, at Renmark Hospital, to Shirley and Gordon—a son. Thank- ing all in attendance. PROCTOR (nee Colbert).—On Oc- tober 16, at Calvary, to Valerie and Peter—a daughter (April Christine). Both well. SEMMLER.—On October 14, at Angaston Hospital, to Frieda and Hugo—a daughter. Thanking all in attendance. SMITH.—On October 19, at Me- morial Hospital, to the wife of Robert Carswell Smith—a daughter. TERRELL.—On October 16, at Strathalbyn Hospital, to Mary and Bill—a daughter. Thanking all in attendance. WAKEMAN. —On October 14, at Kingston S.M. Hospital, S.E., to Delia and Jack, of Robe—a son. Special thanks to Dr. Seager, Dr. R. Salts, Matron Kelly and Sister Taylor. WALKER. —On October 18, at Hindmarsh Hospital, to Ron and Beryl—a daughter (Sharon Kay). Grateful thanks to Dr. Wallman and all nursing attendants. WARREN. —On October 19, to Dixie and Jim—a son. Thanking Dr. Hurst and all in attendance. WOODS. —On October 16, at Mc- Bride's, to Elva and Bryant—a son. Thanking all in attendance. 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 Christine Drabsch, Penfold rd., Wattle Park (11 years). Mr. Donald Bowman, 12 Draper st., Kadina (17 years). Mrs. M. Comley, Barmera. Master Daryll Smith, 25 Hepburn st., Broadview (6 years). MARRIAGES MADDOX —NOSKE. —The marriage of Adeline Ida, of Lyndoch, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Noske, of Woodside, to Leslie R., son of Mrs. E. C. and the late Mr. Mad- dox, of Sandwell, was solemnised at Immanuel Lutheran Church, North Adelaide, on Saturday, October 15. Pastor H. F. W. Proeve officiated. SOLOMON—LAWLOR.—The mar- riage of Maureen, only daughter of Mrs. M. B. and late Mr. Lawlor, to Laurence G., only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Solomon, Pt. Augusta, was solemnised at St. Anthony's Church, Solomontown, on Saturday, Sept. 3. Approaching Meninges BEER—POTTER.—The marriage of Jessie, third daughter of Mr. H. W. Beer, of Lockleys, to Harry, fourth son of Mrs. and the late Mr. H. A. Potter, of Norwood, will be solemnised at the Church of Christ, Grote street, on Saturday, Oct. 22, at 6.30 p.m. CAVANAGH—LOLLER—The mar- riage of Maud, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. Cavanagh, and niece of Mr. and Mrs. T. Williams, of Blyth, to Vivian, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Loller, of Tumby Bay, late of Karkoo, will be solemnised at Blyth Methodist Church, October 25, at 2.30 p.m. DOHSE—HONEYMAN.—The mar- riage of Ivy May, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Dohse, of Beaufort, to Maxwell Howard, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Honey- man, of Edwardstown, will be solemnised at the Pirie Street Metho- dist Church on Friday, Oct. 28, at 7 p.m. and afterwards at the Maple Leaf. DOLLING —MANN.—The marriage of Rhonda Mavis, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Dolling, of Brink- worth, to Keith Murray, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. G. Mann, of Mindarie, will be solemnised at Brink- worth Lutheran Church on Wednes- day, October 26, at 2.30 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS BOURKE—WALSH. —The engage- ment is announced of Nora Cecelia, daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. H. Bourke, of Mile End, to Denis John, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Walsh, of Northcote, Melbourne. BOWYER—KELLY. —The engage- ment is announced of Phyllis Blanche Bowyer, of Normanville, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Hunt, of Strathalbyn, to Colin Nielsen, son of Mrs. E. and the late Mr. M. Kelly, of Torrens Vale. CAMERON—MITCHELL.—The en- gagement is announced of Nancy Winifred, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Cameron, of Keith, to Stanley Colin, youngest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. C. W. Mitchell, of Houghton. FYFE—NERLICH. — The engage- ment is announced of Doris, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Fyfe, of Strangways terrace, North Adelaide, to Warren, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Nerlich, of 26 Balfour street, Nailsworth. Broken Hill papers please copy. LEMON —BYLES. —Tbe engagement is announced of Gloria, eldest daugh- ter of Mrs. and the late Mr. C. Lemon, of Ethelton, to Ronald, eldest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. W. J. Ryles, of Rosewater Gardens. McMAHON—FREESTUN-NEVILLE. —The engagement is announced of Eleanor, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McMahon, of Robertson, N.S.W., to Murray, elder son of Mrs. and the late Mr. B. P Neville, of Ken- sington Gardens. NICKSCH—SMITH.—Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Nicksch, of Meribah, have much pleasure in announcing the engage- ment of their second daughter, Roma, to Lenard, twin son of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Smith, of Alawoona. SCHUTZ—TANNER. —The engage- ment is announced of Mavis, youn- gest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Schutz, Jervois, to Reginald, youn- ger son of the late Mrs. E. O. Tanner, St. Leonards. SHEEHY —DAVIS.—The engage- ment is announced of Dawn, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sheehy, of West Croydon, to Graham, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Davis, of Port Adelalde. TALBOT —ABERLE. —The engage- ment is announced of Dawn, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Talbot, Casterton road, Mount Gambier, to Kevin, only son of Mr. and the late Mrs. A. D. Aberle, Benton street, Millicent.
DEATHS ALCORN.— On Oct. 18, result of accident, John Courtney, darling little nephew of Zita and Clarrie, and loved cousin of Jillian and Lynette Moore. Aged 7 years. BECK.—On Oct. 20, at hospital, Florence Amelia, beloved wife of the late Charles Henry Beck, of 8 Gor- don street, Albert Park, and loved mother of Raymond and Mavis. Aged 66 years. BRIANT.—On October 18, at a private hospital, Caroline, the dearly beloved wife of the late Richard Briant (late of Dulwich). CHISHOLM.—On October 18 at Mareeba Hospital, Darrell Charles, beloved son of Doreen. Aged 6 weeks. CLIFT. —On October 14, at Mt. Lawley. W.A.. othniel Gidley. youngest son of the late William and May Clin. Balaklava. S-A.. and loved brother of Lav IMrs. Heydoni. 3raves st, HectorvlUe. Aged 81 years. COCK.—On Oct. 20. at his late residence. 71 New street. Queens town. William Paul, beloved husband it the late Gertrude May cock, and loving father of Edwin and Howard. Aged 73 years. CLARK.—On October 20. at her residence, l Mary st.. St. Leonards. Edith Ciralie. dearly beloved wile ol the late Mathew Clark and lovin mother of Dorothy.- Mathew. Charles and Elsie. Aged 73 years. Requiescat in pace. CULL.—on October 19. at hos pital, Mary Louisa, beloved wife oi -he late Felix John Cull, late oi Franklin St.. Adelaide. DAVIS.—On October 20 (sud denly). Clifford Jobn Patrick Davis, of 17 Hurtle square. City. Aged 60 .-ears. Requiescat in pace. , DREW.—On October 20. at hospi tal. Addie. youngest daughter of tbe Ute John and Annie Drew and loving sister of Fanny. Peacefully sleeping. DREW.—On October 20. at hospital, Addie. the beloved aunt of Gordon and Ruth Drew. DUTSCHKE. On October 19. at| her home, Arthurton. Martlia. be loved wife of the late Albert and .oving mother d Mavis. Thelma .deceased!. Yvonne and Gladys. Aged 57 yean. Sweet rest after long FRANCIS.—On October 19 isud-l denlyi, Cheryle Mary Evelyn, the! oeioved adopted daughter ol Mr. and tin. E. Francis, ol 7 Cross street. Fullarton. Aged 2 years. One of God's angels and our loving pet. FRENCH.—Peter Colin, beloved L*>n of Rex and Hazel, laid to rest October 20. —Inserted by loving moilier. father and brother Robert. GILES.—On October 20. at hospi tal. Emily May Giles, tbe dearly be ioved sixth daughter of the late Maria Ann ana Joshua Giles, of Gawler, ?&nd loving sister of Eliza. Elizabeth.! Esther, and tlie late Eva. Edna, andl iSUie. Aged 68 years. GILES.—On October 20. at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Emily' May, loving sister-in-law of David Reed, sister or the late Helena and loving aunt ol Dorothy, Gwen, Muriel, Jack and Bill, also Ron (deceased), of "Nyarra." Goolwa. KENNY.—on October 14. at hos pital, Mt. Gambier, Susan Mary, loved wife of John Kenny, of Wire less road (late of Yahl Paddock), in her 73th year. Requiescat in pace. KENNY.—On October 19, at Way ville, Annie Teresa Kenny (relict of Michael Stephen White Kenny, late of Elephant and Castle Hotel), step mother of Michael (Ponde), James (Kogarah,. N.S.W.), Daniel (Adelaide). John (Perth), and fond mother of Martin, Norah (Mrs. Beerworth), Dillon, Gertrude (Mrs. Thomas), Pat rick and Peter (Witera), Anne (Mrs. P.J. O'Reilly), Eileen (Mrs. Edgar Pick), Mary (Mrs. J. H. Pick, de ceased), Leo, Irene (deceased) and Dominic. Aged 83 years. Requiescat in pace. LAURENCE.—On October 18. at Adelaide, William A. Laurence, ol Chisholm avenue. Burvurtde. loved uncle ol Major and Mrs. Rusher. Wellington. N.Z. LAURENCE-—On October 18, at Adelaide. William A. Laurence, of Chisholm avenue. Burnside. loved uncle of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hansen. Melbourne. LAURENCE.—On October 18, at Adelaide. William A. Laurence, of Chisholm avenue. Burnside. loved uncle of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Hansen. Numurkah. Vie. LAURENCE. —On October 18. at Adelaide. William A. Laurence, of Chisholm avenue. Burnside. loved uncle of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hansen. Melbourne. McCKEA.—On October 20. at pri vate hospital. Elizabeth Maud Mc- Crea. Ute of la Sbipster street. Tor rensvllle. dearly beloved wife of Thomas George McCrea, and loving mother of Colin and Malcolm: aged 65 years. PAUL. —Qp October 9. at Tumby Bay Hospital. Charles Paul, beloved husband of tbe late Ann. Peacefully sleeping. Age 89 years. PLUSH. — On October 20, at a pri- vate hospital, Ann Plush, of 137 Fisher street, Malvern, the dearly beloved aunt of Ada, Emma and Mary Uppill. In her 90th year. PRIOR.—On October 20. Ethel, loved daugbter of the late J. and C. J. Pryor. of Moonta and Wallaroo Mines, and sister of James (deceased i nnd Oswald. RAGGATT.—On Octbber 19. at his late residence, 26a Falcon avenue. Mile End, Albert Edward, loved bus band of tiie late Fiorina Raggatt. and father of Tom. Jack and Janet. In his 84th year. SHEPLEY.—On October 20. Agnes Robina. dearly beloved wife of tbe late Alfred WiUiam Shepley, late of Bugle Ranges and loring mother of Roy and Marjorie. Aged 82 years. STAPLEDON.—On October 16. at her late residence, 15a Penny street, Semaphore. Margaret E. M.. dearly beloved mother of Dorothy and mother-in-law of Jack, loving grand mother of John. Peter and Janice Shaw. TREW.—On October 20. at hospl raL Phillip John, the dearly beloved only child of Carol (nee Minchami and John TTew. of S5 Angas street. Adelaide. Aged 10 weeks. Sadly missed. WORDEN.—On October 15, at hos- pital, Spencer, dearly loved youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Worden, of Angle Vale and loving brother of Will, Stan, Love (Mrs. S. Pederick), Neva (Mrs. R. Rashleigh) and Sophie (Mrs. H. Morris) and Tot (Mrs. H. Pritchard, deceased). Peacefully sleeping. Heroes Of The Empire -At the going down of the sun and in rhe morning we will remember tbem." BOXER. X- A. (Mick). 2/27 th Batt. —In loving memory of Mick, who paid the supreme sacrifice. N.G.. Oct. 21. 1943.—R05e. BOXER, X A. (Mick).—ln loving memory of my dear father, who paid the supreme sacrifice. N.G.. Oct. 21, 1943. Your memory is my dearest keepsake.—Margaret. BOXER.—In memory of my dear brother Mick. 2/27 Btn.. passed away N.G, Oct. 21. 1943. —Ever remem bered by his loving sister Mavis. DAVIDSON.—In loving memory of my beloved husband. Robert David son. iAte 2nd Gordons 7th Batt. War I, died October 21. 1948. Aged S6 years. Witb tears I saw you sinking. I watched you fade away. I tendered you witb loving care. But could not make you stay. —Sadly mlsseo by your loving wife vfargaret. * DAVIDSON. —In loving memory oi dad, who died October 21. 1948. Tou passed away One year ago today. But we remember, with memories tender. —Sadly missed by your son Bobbie, ; daughter-in-law Jean and family. DAVIDSON.—In loving memory ol my dear dad who died October 21, : 1948. You suffered terrible pain. dad. ' I don't know the reason why; 1 I only know you passed away. And never said goodbye. - —Sadly missed by your daughter ' Beth, son-in-law Gilbert and family. HOCKING.—In loving memory ol ' Ronald, killed Oct. 21. 1944. H.M-A.S Australia. It does not need a special day ; To bring you to our mind. ; Tlie days we do not think of you Are very bard to find. -* —Always remembered by Eileen ; Ron, Ronald. Dianne. Denise. HOCKING.—fin 'loving memory ol dear Ron, killed October 21. 1944, * HMAS. Australia. Every day in some sweet way. Your loving memory comes my way. ' —Always remembered by loving * brother Les. sister-in-law LU and baby . Leslie. HOCKING.—In loving memory ol our darling son Ronald, ord. seaman '. killed ln action at Philippines Octobei 21. 1944. Aged 18 years. A wonderful son only lent. One ot tbe best God erer sent; We mL?s you morning, noon and night, ; Yes. darling Ron, we will miss yot t all our lives. —Always remembered by mum. dac and sister Shirley i TRENAMAN.—In loving memory oj - my dear brother Colin, accidentally )I killed Darwin. October 21. 1942 ! Time rolls on but memories linger ,1 —Always remembered by his sistei lLavinia and brother-in-law Len.
\ IN MEMORIAM j ALMUXD.—In toting memory o: lour deAr sister Sis. who passed awa; -?ctoher 21. 1943. ??%rc T*1 p-ysing but memories ar* I everlasting. I -Altrays remembered by Nell. Clarrie I 'tuberr and family. —in lovinc memory of 'is. who passed away October 21. '943.—Ever remembered by ber bro ther and sister-In-Isw. Stan snd mm?. nephpw Gordon. our mother, who fell asleep Octobp: *?I ia*3. Ta our hearts you are with ?-? still.—Remembered by Thelma and Bill. 4I.MOND-—Lovine memories of our ?iear mother, passed away October 21 1943. Hnv could wp force:.—Always mnemljered. Boy and Dolly. ALMOND.—Sacred is the memory or my de*r wife Sis. caUed bomr "ctober 21, 1943. No words can say. no flowers repay. The loss I had six years today. —Always remembered by Gus. ALMOND.—Cherished memories of my dear mother, who fell asleep Oc tober 21. 1943. For all tasks performed for tne. The love and kindliness too. There never will be anyone to take i 1" "'ace of you. —Dorrie. ALMOND.—Memories or our grand ma. died October 21. 1943.—Remem bered always. Charles. Kevin. Jac queline. Bflrry. Josephine. ALMOND.—Loring memories of mum. who passed away Oct. 21. 15*43. My last em. Remembrance. Lorna and George. BFXNFTT.—In loving memory of our father and Grandfather. Mark Smitl'.—Ever remembered by Val and granddaughters. BENNETT. Mark.—ln loving mem ory of dad and granddad. To Uve in the hearts of those we leave oehlnd Ls not to die.—Ever remem bereri by Doris, clarrie and grand '? children. BEVEN.—In memory of our dear | mother, who passed away October 21. 11942. We have only your beautiful inemorles lo treasure our whole life I through.—Sadly missed by Harold. Laurel and family. BLACKMORE.—In loving memory of dad. who passed aw-av October 23. 1947. I often think of you. dad of days when you were with us: to think thnt I could not say eond bye ls mv regret today.—Dearly re m?mberrd by his loving daughter Dul- BROUGHAM, Charles Merton.— Who passed away October 21. 1941.— Ever remembered by his loving brothers Maurice. Ted. Don and sis ter Rene. BtTSON. —in loving memory of mother, who was called borne Octo ber 21. 1948.—Ever remembered by Grace. Clarence and Rodney. BtJTSON*.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away October 21. 1948. Not lust todqy. but every day. in silence we remember. —Remembered by her loving son Tom. dsuTfiter Ruby, son-in-law Geo and children. BUTSON—Loring memories of our dear mother, who passed away on October 2L I94S.—Ever remembered by ber daughter Pearl, son-in-law Tom and grandchildren. CHAMBERS (Walter Norman I.— In loving memory of our late friend tnd employer who passed away on October 21. 1945. A face we knew so well is missing. A voice we respected Is still. A place Is vacant in our hearts Which never can be fllled —lnserted by the "boys." Colin. Frank and Dean. COAD—In loving memory of mv darling wife. Winnifred AtHv, who departed this life on October 21. 1948. I know what It is to be lonely. I know what it ls to be sad. Since I lost my dear wile. The best pa! I erer bad. —Sadly missed and longed for al ways by ber loring husband, Sam. COURT.—In loving memory of dear husband and father who passed away on October 21. 1946. There's an ache in my heart, darling. It's for you wbo are still dear to me. —Inserted by your wire and sons. . daushter-in-law and grandchildren. DOUGLAS. — In memory ol . Colin, passed away October 21. 1944. : —Always remembered by Myrtle. Harold and family. . DBECBSLER.—In loving memory of our mother, passed away October 21. 1946. The face we loved is gone. A voice we loved is still. A place ls 1 vacant in our borne. that never can be filled. —Ever remembered by Dorrie, Perce and Betty. DRESCHLER.—Fondest memory of our dear motber and Nanna. wbo i passed away three years ago today. Resting in God's care. ' —So sadly missed and silently longed for hy .her loving son F^ank, daughter-in-law Kay and grandchild taraine. GRANT.—In loving memory ol our mother and grandma. passed away October 21. 1945. Years are passing, but memories are everlasting. —Always remembered by her daugh ter Cath. son-in-law Perce. and grandchildren. GRANT. —In . loving memory ol ; our dear mother and grandma, who , passed away October 21. 1945. Yean . may dawn and fade away, but ten der memories will always atay.—Re membered by son Charles. Loreen, , Rosalind and Alan. HARMER.—In laving memory ol i our dear dad and grandfather. Wal ter Albert, passed away October 20, 1945. —Always remembered by his loving family. May. Cyril. KatJb, Harold. Phyllis. Bert and'grandchild ren. HENSCHKE.—Fondest memories ol dear-father and grandfather, wbo - passed away on October 21. 1946. ? t We have you ln onr memory. . God has you In His care. ; —Longed for always by his loved - ones at Springton; HILL.—In loving memory of oui dear mother and grandma. whe passed away October 21. 1947.—Ever ', remembered by daughter Madge and grandchildren Recce. Bill and 1 Marlon. HOCKING.—In loving memory ol dear Ron. killed October 21. 1944. HALA£. Australia. i A Uttle tribute, trae and tender. To show you. dear Ron. we still re member. : —Sadly missed by brother Keith, sister-in-law Pauline, and baby Janette. KERNICK.—-Treasured memories ol our loved brother and uncle Ed. died * October 21. 1942.—Sadly missed by > his loving sister and nephew Olivi - and Ross Jones. KIMBER (nee Woollatti. —In lov -1 ing memory of our dear sistei - Dorothy, passed away October 21 1947. To be with us in tfae same - old way would be our dearest wish today remembered. Bertha. Lou and Hilda. KING.—In loring memory of dear , Brian, who fell asleep on October ! 21. 1946. Tbis day falls but once a year. ' But in memory every day is dear. . —Always remembered by uncle, I aunt, cousins Ijonel, Robert. Vy . rian. Harold. Peter Jones. LEACH.—In loving memory o) , dear Doris, who passed away Octobei ? 21. 1944. Tbey miss you most wbt loved you best. —Sadly missed b} I Audrey. Nancy, pop and mum. LEVICK.—In loving memory of on , dear husband and father. Waltei . Dennis, who passed away October 21 1947.—V00 dearly loved to be evei foi gotten by bis loving wife Mabe , and daughters. LOVE.—In loving memory of Georgi - Horace, who passed away October 21 ' May the sunshine he missed on life': pathway. Be found in God's haven of rest. —Ever remembered by his wife Lou children and grandchildren. MeKENZIE.—In loving memory o my dear mother, who passed awai , October 19, 1948. A loving mother ' fond and true; 111 always have yot in memory.—lnserted by ber lorinf daughter Madge and family. MEWETT—Fondest memories o] ' our dear Ron. who passed away ot October 21. 1941. ?We loved him In life, we love bin , yet. [ He is ours to remember when othei forget. —So sadly missed by mother father. Dora. Cliff and Kevin. MICHELL In loving memory o dad and papa. John, who passed awa*j . October 21. 1946. Always in oui ' thoughts.—Remembered by Bill. Doro - thy end Janice. ' MICHELL.—In loving memory o * my husband John, who passed awaj on October 21. 1946. A leaf in the book of memory. Is gently turned today. —Ever remembered by his lovini wife. Matilda. MICHELL.—In loving memory o! our dear rather, who passed awaj ' on October 21, 1946. * Resting where no shadows fall. —Ever remembered by son Ted daugbter-in-law Dulcie. PARSLOW. —In loving memory o > Mary, wbo passed away October 21 ' 1944.—Inserted by her motber. father sisters and brother. At rest. I PINKERTON.—In loving memor] . of our dear husband and father, wbi r passed away on October 21. 1947 —Fondly remembered by his wif. and daugbter. RABBITT.—In lorlng memory o our Uncle WUliam. passed away Octo ber 21. 1947. —Always remembere by Peg. Burke. Beverley. Doris ani , Mary. 1 RABBITT.—In loving memory c our dear uncle, wbo passed awa r October 2L 1947. Always in ou f thoughts.—lnserted by Aggie. Ptrn BABBITT.—In loving memory o . our brother Will, who passed awa r two years ago today.—Sadly misse by sister, brother ana Bob.
. Phone L 4067. IN MEMORIAM READ.—In loving memory of mv darling husband iBUII Lieut. W. R. Read, late 27th Batt.. Ist AXF., ? MAI.. M.C. who passed away at Semaphore on October 21, 1943. 'In mind a constant thought. ' In beart a silent sorrow. —Sadly missed by his loving wife. > Ethel. ROBERTS.—In loving memory ol our dear mother and grandma, passed away October 21, 1945. Time will never take away the love and thoughts we hold today. —Inserted by Doll. Roy. Betty and Gordon^ ROBERTS.—In loring memory of Gran, passed away Oct. 21. 1945. For her. sweet rest: For us. Remembrance, r —Always remembered by Eddy. ; ROBERTS.—In loving memory of motber. died October 21. 1945. We loved her In life. We love her yet: She was ours to remember, I When others forget. —Ever remembered by Pearl and Tom. ROBERTS. —In loving memory of ; dear Gran, fell asleep Oct. 21. 1945. Golden memories, silently kept, ' of a wonderfnl Gran. I could never forget. . —Always remembered by Joyce. ROBERTS.—In loving memory of , Gran, passed away Oct. 2L 1945. Two little words not hard to writ*. That we'll remember all our lives. ? Our Grgn. —Ever remembered by Ross. Ruby ' Rhonda. Desmond. ROBERTS.—In loving memory ol our dear mother, who passed away ?on October 21. IMS. 1 A beautiful nature, a heart of gold. No better mother this world could hold. —Ever remembered by her daugbter Ollle and son-in-law Len. . SALMON—In loving memory of my dear mother, Mary Salmon, who passed away on October 21, 1923. 'Deep in my heart a memory is kept. Inserted by her loving daughter. Nell. R.I.P. SMITH. —In loving memory of out ' dear father and grandfather, passed . away October 21. 1948. What pain you bore we cannot tell. We never saw you die. . We only know you passed away And never said goodbye. . . —Sadly missed by daughter Kathleen. - Lloyd and grandchildren, Mt. Barker. SPABKS. —In memory of Pop anc [ Bill.—Ever remembered by Eric anc I Kate. STEWART.—Sad but sweetest me . morles of darting Uttle Beverley. Some day well understand. . —Remembered always by Aunt Ann. STEWART.—In loring memory ol . our darling Beverley, who passed : away October 21. 1545. i It's four years of sadness now , Since we lost our wonderful baby w< loved so well. ? —So sadly missed by ber loving mum . and dad. brothers and sisters. STODDEN.—Pond memories ol our dear brother Cecil, who passed away on October 21. 1948. at Wo 11aroc . Mines.—Ever remembered, by his . brothers and sister. Jim Stanley and Julia. [I le9llf.eo.ober' r THOMPSON.—in loving memor; > of our wife and motber. Sylvia, whe r passed away on October 21. 1941. Happy, smiling, always content. r loved and respected, wherever she r went. —Always remembered by her lovini *. husband Clarrte, sons Lyall anc I Alan, dauefater-ln-law Barbara. VOLCKER.—In loving memories o: , my dear mother and n?tii^ w h< , passed away October 21. 1945. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. E —Inserted by daughter Irene ant granddaughter Alvena. VOLCKER.—Treasured memories o my dear mother and grandma. wfa( ' passed away October 21, 1948. , In my heart you are always near. —Always remembered by Jean ' Charlie and grandchildren. WAGENER In lovine memory o ' our dear son and brother Billie. wb s passed away October 21. 1936. As you rest in peaceful sleep J Tour memory we will always keep —Ever remembered, mother, father sister, brother. WARLAND.—In loving memory o our dear husband and .father Laur. ence Edward, who passed away Oc tober 21. 1948. ' To live In tbe hearts of those wi lore Is not to die. 1 —Inserted by his loved ones. 7 WILKET.—In loving memory o r 6ur. dear father and grandfather - passed away October 21, 1947. Not just today, but every day. ln f silence we remember. I* —Always remembered by his lovini daughter Ollle. Ted. Beatrice anc Jackie. WILKET.—In loving memory o ! dad and granddad, passed away Oc tober 21. 1947. I A thought today, a memory for ever r —Danghter Ivy. Bern and grand children. WTLKET In loving memory of dai . and granddad, wbo passed away Oc tober 21. 1947. We who loved yoi I really know how much we lost twi . years ago.—Always remembered b '. son Bob. daughter-in-law Mollie grandchildren Marie and Joan. F WII.KEV (Georgei.—October 21 o 1947. '. Days of sadness still come o'er us. c Hidden tears still flow. How we miss you, dear Dad. if No one win ever know. - —Ever remembered by loving wlfi d Win. Bert. Rose and Clarrie. d WILKET (Georgei.—Who passei away at Gilles Plains on October 21 if 1947. —Lovingly remembered by Je* y sic. Will end family, r WILKET G.—ln lovinc memory o r. dear Dad. passed away on Octobe if 21. 1947. Pond memories still linge y of one we loved so dear.—lnserts c by loving daughter Alice. 6on-in-lav Bert.