BIRTHS, DEATHS, MARRIAGES Hot needing 4 Una, 2 6; each addi tional line. I/-. N?tiM? forwarded far iixHl? la the Births, Peatha, Marriages, EBgag*iaent?. ?r la Memarin oluhii ohaaM fee ?load aj Ike PERSON'S CONCERNED. BIRTHS AKCOB—On June 26. a. Memorial Hos pital, to Mr. sad Mrs. A. Arms—a sen (Stillborn). ABCBX (nee Peterson).—On Jane 25, ?t Calvary Hospital, to Phoebe and Ken —a aon. ADRICHT.—At Loxton DlGtriet Hospi tal, on June 22. to the wife of F. B. Aurlcht, of Taldra—a daughter. MIDGMAN (nee Jennings*.—On June 17, at Hlndmarsh Memorial Hospital, to LJla and Jack—a daughter (Pamela). ?SOWN.—On June 26. at Ashford Hos pital, to jean and Res—a son (Gra uo?ai. CHIKGViIN met Burgess).—At Petone, June 25. to Berrl and Lionel (ex A.LF.) — ? daughter (Sandra Kayo. Both veil. Thanking Dr. Heeker and hospital staff. ?Of LAND.—On June 24. at Butt street, to Daphne and Tom—a daughter (Bar bara June ?. Thanking Dr. frest, fibster Cooper, and staff. JAENSCH (nee McKenzle).—June 24, at the northern Private Hospital, to Stan and Stella Jaensefa. Walkervule —a aon 'Ronaldp. KEMP (nee Je&sup).—On June 23. at ifc?rlde's Hospital, Medlndie, to Norms and Eddy (A.I.F.I—a son <Keith Charles). KLKCVIG (nee Rofel.—On June 36. ?t Manorial Hospital, to Elva. wife of Capt. C. C. Klelnig (A.LF.I—?on. BTf**irm (Caroline Kunothi.—On June 31. at Port Augusta Hospital, to Carrie and Dorm—a son (David Geoffrey". Bath veil. Thanking Dr. Thompson and hos pital staff. UNTBKN (nee Kelly).—On June 27. at Memorial Hospital. North Adelaide, to VI and Clem (Croydon)—a daughter iKayVlvial- Thanking Dr. Sweenej and koqHUl staff. MADBEN.—On June 23. at Wolverton Hospital, to Nancy and Alan 18-A.A.P.I — ? daughter. at.amt.aw <nep Martin).—On June 17. at Bt. Johns Hospital, Prospect, to Doreen and Ray—a son. Mm (nee Irene Thomas).—On June ?. to Ifr. and Mrs. J. A.—a daughter (Otennys Grace). Both wen. Thanking Matron Forsythf. of Malvern Private Hos pital, and Dr. Good*. eAKDOW.—On June 21. at Onley Pri vate Boapltal to Betty and Ced—? ?(lighter (Heather Lynelte). SpecUl thanks to Dra. Archibald and Russell, Sitter Smith and hospital staff tit their kind attention. BIRTHDAYS Birthday greetings are extended (o the undermentioned members si the Chil dren's Hospital Birthday League. All oommmueatlons regarding birthdays in tfela column must be addressed to the Lay Superintendent. Children's Hospital. North Adelaide. Minimum Insertion fee. Rosaline Pratt Edithbunrh <? yrs.?: Bonald X BUesehke. Box 33. Melrose. "Chaerios"—Mrs. Lorna Owydlr. Hare wood ay.. Enfleld: Mrs. W. H. Siggs. 44 The Grove, Lower Mlteham. MARRIAGES BOWEN—REMPHREY.—The marriage of Joan, younger daughter of Mr.-Mrs. Remphrey, Largs Bay, and Sub-Lieuten- ant Reginald Bowen, R.A.N.V.R., elder son of Mr.-Mrs. Bowen, Unley, was quietly solemnised at Largs Bay on Sat- urday, June 23rd. . PKOEtfIX—OCUUG.—The marriage of Arts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Dul ?ig, Oawler. to P.O. CUude Phoenix, too of Mr. A. Phoenix and toe late Mrs. Phoenix. Clare, was solemnised on Tues day. June 26. POKE—BOGASCH.—The marriage of Mavis Blanche, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Bogacch. Glenhantly. Victoria, to Pte. John Andrew (AXF., returned I. alder aon of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Pobke, Kilkenny, South Aact.. was solemnised at St. Agnei's church, Glenlujntly. Victoria, as Saturday, June 23. at 4 p.m. RUBY WEDDINGS BBANBOK—LAWRENCE. — Mr. and lira. A. c. Branson. 134 Gilbert street. Adelaide, announce the 40th anniversary ?f ttuir marrlace. solemnised in the Btockport Baptist church, Jane 28. 1905. SILVER WEDDINGS CBCBCHETT—Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Churchett. Towers terrace, Bdwardstown. announce the 25th anniversary of their marriage, solemnised at Kapanda Metho dist Church, June 28. 1920. by Rev. 3. O. Jenkin. IHDUI.-Mr. and Mrs. Dave Free sun. "Olen HID," Wilmington, cele brate the 33th anniversary ol their wed ding, which was solemnised at the Applla Methodist Church on June 30. 1920. AiTUMffIDrGJUBIUGES AOnMUsVODBV-CRIIITCkV—The mar riage of Melva, younger daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. ?. AnMerbelde, to Clyde. eldest ton of Mr. and Mrs. B. Hunter, both of Basket Range, will be solemnised at Magill Metbodlst Church on Saturday, Jaae 30. at 7 p.m. BABWS-OLATTON.—The marriage ot Barbara L. youngest daughter of Mr. and. Mrs. X. C. Barns. Kensington Gar ment, to George W.. only son of the late Ifr. and Mrs. A. S. Clayton. England, will aw aolemniaad at the Magill Baptist Churoh on Saturday. June 30, at 7 pjn. BROOKS—CHESTER.—The marriage ?f Mures, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Brooks, of Woodneld avenae. Pol lartoo. to Sgt. Max Chester. R.AJLF., ?liar aon of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Chester, aWlands. W.A.. will be solemnised at T/alay cnuroh of Cbrlat at 7 pja.. July 2. CABUCK — THOMSON.—The mar riage of Mlna C. eldest daughter or Mr. and the late Mrs. C. G. Carries, War rachse. to Donald V. fourth ton of Mr. Mr. and the late Mrs. H. B. Thomson, farmarly of Rudall. will be solemnised at St. Hloholat Church of England. Port Lln ?ota. on Wednesday. July 4. at 7.30 p.m. CMTPLE—COOUEE.-The marriage of letter, eldest daughter of Mr-Mrs. S. Chappie, of Torrensville. to William, elder aon ot Mr.-Mrs. W. Coulter. Mile Baa, win be solemnised at St. Saviour's. WILLIAMS —PRICE. —The marriage of Elaine, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Williams, of Mile End, to Ronald, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. E. Price, Adelaide, to be solemnised at St. James's, Mile End, 7.30, June 30. GUY—KEDWAT.—The marriage of Mary, eldest daughter of Lieut, and Mrs. B. 6. Gray, of Mile Bnd, to Gordon (fc.A.A.P.I. yonngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Radway, of Hackney, will be solemnised at Scots Church. North ter race, onjune 30, at 8.30 pa. ?ijTTOW—?AHMABWTbe marriage of Dulcte, elder daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J. Button. Cockburn. to Leonard, younger aon of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. "'nnii. o f West Beach road, Keswick. win be solemnised at Goodwood road Baptist Church on Saturday, June 30. at 6.30 IRVINE—WEIGHT.—The marriage of ?hlrley. eldest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. w. H. Irvin. of Atbenna, to Dudley, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Wright, of Ceduna. will be solemnised in the Charra Waolsned Ball at 7 pjn on Thnrtdty. June 28. Dance to follow. All welcome. MtaTMETEB—AVODIBALI.—The mar riage of Horma. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Lohmeyer, of North Dnley, to Walter J. Addtnsall. of Hamilton, vie.! will be solemnised at 6t. Stephen's Church. WakeOeld street. Adelaide, on Saturday. June 30. at 4.30 p.m. ?TOMB—JsOBE.—The marriage of' Dorothy M^ third daughter ot Mr. and Mr*. James Miller, to Private Lancelot F (BUD Bode. tbiM son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. A. Bode, both of Truro. will be solemnised at the Truro Congregational Church on Saturday. June 30, at 3 pjn. Relatives and friends cordially Invited to theceremony. Ho reception. MOBPaTT—FAPAHDBEA.—The mar riage of Gwendoline, elder daughter of Mr and" Mrs. W. A. Murphy. Seacllff. to Michael, youngest son ot Mr. and Mrs. Papandrea, will be solemnised at St. i?X£ggf^yp Bt*bton- ??s aa-mjw? ?OOPEB.—The marriage of Laurel, eldest daughter of Mr. L. and the late Mrs. Spurr. of Brtndale. to DougUs. third son of Mrs. and the late Mr T Hooper, of Quom. WUI be solemnised at Kensington Park Methodist Church. June 30, 3 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS ADAKSOK—MCNDT—The engagement Jl"" 0""^, of OUve, youngest daughter ?f atr-Mrs. ?. Adamson. Porter st. Park aMe, toOlve. only son Mr.-Mrs. J. Mnndy. ' ANTOMIO—RAVAGE.—The engatemeot is announced of Mary, elder daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. Antonio, of Black forest, to Thomas (R.A.A.F.. ret.n younger son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Savage. Clarence Gardens. COOCKMAM—TBDIRE.—The engaac fn-mt of Betty, youngest daughter of Mr.- Mrs. Couehman, Col Light Gardens. t? Dvr. Gordon (A.U.). son of Mr. and late Mrs. Oils. Trinne, Kapunda. DICKENS—DAW.—The engagement is announced of Mary, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Dickens, Everard Park, to Keith (R.A.A.F.) youngest son of Mr. and and J. W. Daw. of Clarence Park. ?HEB—BTOTT.—The engagement Is an nounced of Elsie, youngest daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. Dler, of Alberton. to Colin. A.1.P.. son of Mrs. Thompson and the late D. B. Stott. of Mt. Pleasant. DOWLL—BAVBB.—The engagement Is announced of Shirley, only child of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Dowie, WoodviUe. to Flt- Lt. David Davies, R^.AJ'. (ret.l. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Davies. Murray BGUMTOM—MCNBO.—The engage ment Is announced of Ena < A.W.A.S.I. sec ond daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. C. KgSinton, 83 Edward St., Norwood, late of Beverley. to Sergeant-Pilot Wil fred (8.A.A.P1, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Munro. East Wllloughby. NSW. FCSCNMEVEB—BIDDEU. — The en gagement is announced of Gwenda. fifth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fesen meyer, of Adelaide, to Pte. A. J. RlddeU <iet.), second son of Mrs. and the late Mr. R:ddell. of Brisbane. FBANKXJM—ZEBNA. — The engage meat ts announced of Amy E.. second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Frank lin, of Cowell. to Cpl. Don M. (AIP ret.i. second son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Zerna, of Cowell. FGGE—WBIGRT The engagement Is announced of Roma M.. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Fuge. of 26 Sand ford at., Kensington Gardens, to Rfch ard <fMcki. twin m of Mm. and <h? !it> Mr. r. T. Wright of ? rlwhclitT' nr?tt. t>*MrfTi, sj.A.
ENGAGEMENTS GBASBY—BOND - The engagement is announced of Gloria Doreen, younger daughter of Mr.-Mrs. H. Grasby, Bal- hannah. to James Edward, elder son of Mr.-Mrs. L. Bond, Landsview, Heywood, Victoria Victoria. GRIFFITHS—GBAT.—The engagement I is announced of Patricia Frances, only : daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Griffiths. ? KarragnUen. W.A_ to Glenville Harcourt. < WO. RJS_AJ_ second son ot Mr. and Mrs. ? B. E. Gray. Paynehsm. S. Aus. i UGBT—UEBICH.—The engagement is i announced of Joyce, only, daughter of Mr. t and Mrs. P. L. Light, of Coromandel Val- < ley. to Bryce Richard (A.I.P.i. younger 1 son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Uebich. of l Montacute rd.. Hectorville. i SCHTJLTZ—SEAMAN. — The engage ment Is announced of Ruth, second : daughter of Mrs. G. T. Schnltz, and the ( lats Mr. C. B. Schultz. Ore-mock, to * Lloyd, late RJLA.F.. fourth son of Mr. c and Mrs. D F. Seaman. Nuriootpa. c SMITH—BIGGINS.—The engagement i Is announced of Merle, second daughter i of Mr. L. F. Smith, II Bardolph st. Bur- t wood. Victoria, to fita?-Sergeant Leonard I S. Biggins (AXF.). younger son ot Mr. 1 and Mrs. P. W. Higgins. 59 Kyle st.. I Glenside. SA. , ? STODDEN—DAWE.—The engagement is announced of Ruth, youngest daughter of i Mrs. A. Stodden. Edwardstown. to Pte. ( E. Dawe. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. \ *' WAtt?OT^TAWi!I3U—Mr. ?nn Mrs. J. c Wallace, of Jamestown, wish to announce t the engagement ot their third daughter, t Ellen (N4UI to Tpr. Chris, third son of I Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Tanner, of .alberton. i DEATHS I BE?ST.—On June 27, at Adelaide. Mary Valma. dearly loved eldest daogfc- ? Irr of peter and Eileen Berry, of 26 ? Albert street, Hilton, formerly ot Pefcina: |t loving sister of Jim and Dorothy. Aged t 14 years. Requlescat In pace. ? BIRKEU.—On June 25 (suddenly), at ;< Adelaide. Mary Ann Birrell. late of 46 Marian street/ Dnley. loving sister of Isabella (Mrs. Hendry) and Elizabeth (Mrs. Zengorsget. Aged 83 years. ?OSS-WAUEEK. —On June 24. at his residence. Branthwalte. Davey street. Hobart, Thomas, beloved husband ot the late Florence Maud Boss-Walker, aged BDCKEBFIELD.—On Jnne 26, at bis residence, S3 Wattlebury road. Lower wta* T i? Horace Reid, the dearly be loved husband ot Muriel Ina Bucketneld. and loving father ot Joyce. Clive and Claire. Aged 70 years. COBAIN.—On June 24. at Melbourne (result of accident) Harold, twin son of Mra. and the Iztr Mr. Cobcin. ot 27 Rosetta street, GlanviCe. brother ot lfabeL Will. Us. Arnold, Edna and Ken neth (deceased) Aged 38 years. CORNISH.—On June 26. at his late re sidence. 61 Hughes street. North Dnley. Arnold Edgar Cornish (late of Gold.i brough, Mort & Co.. Ltd.). dearly beloved husband of Iris Lfflian Cornish and lov ing father of Lyall and Kelvin <R_A_A-F.>. Aged 57 years. COBBY.—On June 27. at Adelaide. An thony Ftaneis Carry, late of Moockra. Aged 75 years. Requisscat in pace. DYETT.—On June 26, at a military hospital, Private William John Dyett, beloved husband of Mary Ann Dyett, of 51b Henley Beach road, Mile End, and loving father of Nellie (Mrs. Rance). Aged 55 years. Sadly missed. EDWARDS.—On June 27 (suddenly). at the Hawker Memorial Hospital. Arthur Thomas, beloved husband of Charlotte Uay Edwards, and loving father of Dot, Harry, Rolle and Mervin. Aged 67 years. EDWARDS.—On June 17. at his resi dence. Riverton. William, beloved brother of Jot and brother-in-law Stella. Hawker. FREAK.—On June 25 at Hutchinson Hospital. Gawier, Susannah, beloved wife of the late Henry Freak, formerly of Gawler West. Aged 94 years. At rest. GIDDINGS.- On June 27. at The Farm, Yongala, Florence, eldest daughter of the late J. Giddings and Mrs. R. Gid dings, of Yongala. Aged 52 years. At rest. GILES.—On June 25. at the residence of her brother-in-law. Mr. A. Lynch, 9 Martlesham crescent, colonef Light Gar dens. Maria Louis*, widow of D. Giles. HAMP.—On June 26. at a private hos pital, Ethel May. fourth daughter of the late William and EUaa Hamp. and the loving and loved sister of Florrle. Nellie and Edwards. At rest. HOLT.-rOn June 22. William Edmund Holt <Chaplaln 9th Aust. Dlv_ A.U.I, beloved husband of Joan, and rather of Robin, died of wounds, Borneo, aged 36 years. HOLT.—On June 22. William Edmnnd Holt (Chaplain, 9th Aust. Div., AXF.). beloved younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Holt, 19 Msrcet road. Dartford. Kent, England, died of wounds, Borneo, aged 36 years. JOKES.—On June 23. at his residence. Wild Horse Plains, clement Edward, be loved hnduini of Ivy May Jones, and lov ing father of Wendie and Dawn, aged 56 years. JONES—On June 13 (suddenly), at her residence. Orroroo. Irene BUen. the dearly beloved wife of William Jones and loving mother of Bert (AJJ.), Arthur (AXF.). Gwen and Gordon. Aged 43 years. KIIXICOAT.—On June 25, at a private hospital. Isaac Rowe. the loved husband of Annie KUlieoat. of 12 King William road. North Unity. Aged 81 years. Peacefully sleeping. IAWKX".—On June 26. at North Nar Nar Goon. Victoria. Tiiomas Priiehard, beloved husband of Nell, loving father of Ida. Hugh. June. loving brother of Thlrxa. Mary. Elsie and Flo. Annie and toe OSTERMANK.—On June 27. at Ade laide. Ronda Erica, dearly loved youngest daughter or Mt.-Mrs. B. E. Ostermann, Tanunda. laving sister ot Glenda, Elva. Phyllis, and Joyce. 16 years. PATtULL (formerly Duffy).—On June 26. at Mildura. Mrs. W. D. Pat full passed peacefully away. KISCBJITJEIAfk.-On Jane 24. at Little Sisters of the Poor. Glen Osmond, affaria Chaterina Rlschmueller. late of No. 36 Park terrace. Gilberton. loving sister of Else "*'"r?H and sister-in-law of Charles Ffrlnnrt. Reqnlescat in pace. THOMAS (nee Hopgood)—On June 25, at Calvary Hospital, Maud. beloved daughter of J. H. and the late Mrs A. Hopgood, loving sister of Pearl, Effie, Jean, Harry, Sybil, and Lorna. A patient sufferer at rest. THOMPSON On June 27, at a pri vat hospital, Arthur Ernest, loved son of CeUa Jane, and tbe late A. Thomp son, of 32 Whitmore square. Adelaide, aged 47 years. WARE.—On June 25. at a private hos pital. George Vernon* (Boxer), younger son ot George and tbe late Evelyn Ware, of -Davaar." South terrace. Adelaide. WATSON.—On June 27. at hospital, Annie, dearly beloved wile at William Francis Watson, ot No. 91 High street, Queenstown. aged 36 years. A patient sufferer at rest. WEST.—On June 25. at Islington road, Perryden Park. Kilkenny. Robert'WU liam (Bert), dearly beloved husband at Vera. and eldest son of the late John Henry and Annie West, of Glanville. and loved brother of Jack (dec.). Blanche, and Clarrie (late 50th Battalion. Ist AXF.I. "Age shall not weary them." WEST.—On June 25. at Islington road. Perryden Park. Kilkenny. Robert Wil liam, beloved father of Cliff <H.A_JLF_ Pacific>. beloved father-in-law ot Gladys. "At the going dawn of the sun and in the morinng we will remember them." WILSON.—On June 25 (suddenly), at *ea Leonard Oliver, beloved husband of Dorothy Wilson. Carrington street. May neld, Newcastle. N.S.W. To be Interred Centennial Park Cemetery, S.A. DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE "At tbe going down of the son and in the morning we will remember them." CARLSEN. TTp.—in memory of Jacky, died on active service in Borneo. June 14. 1945. A smiling face we'll always remember.—lnserted by Braidwood family. JENKINS, 5X3213. Cpl. Dudley James. —Killed in action in New Guinea. Jane 10. 1945. Dearly loved son ot Cant, and Mrs. w. W. Jenkins, of Victor Harbor, also brother ol John CAXF. abroad), Winnie. Dorothy, and David. RXP. IBM—In loving memory of our old scholar. CpL K. Mills, killed in action at Bougainville. June 7. We will remember him.—lnserted by McLaren Flat Metho dist Sunday School. ROC. Tpr. H. M. (Bill). 8X14344.— Killed hi action. Jane 15. 1945.—Ever In our memories.—lnserted by Claud and Gwen. RIX. Tpr. H. it. (BiUt. 5X14344.—0n lune 15. Too dear to forget.—lnserted by bis lovinc cousins. Ivy, Clem, and Ron. wnxUHS. Pte. Leo (AXF.).—In proud memory of our dear friend. Leo, killed in action. Borneo, June 16. 1945.—Always remembered by Jack. Madge. Trevor and Veronica. HEROES Or THE EMPIRE "At the going down of the sun and la the morning we will remember them." BCSSENSCHTJTT, Douglas Linden. Pilot.—ln loving memory of my beloved husband, who lost his life on June 28. 1942. Always in my thoughts.—Stmi. BUSSENSCHGTT Douglas Linden Pilot <R A.A.F.I—A tribute of love to our dear only boy. lost his wile at Werrlbee. Vie, June 28. 1942. He walks beside us every day.—Mother and did. BHSSENSCHUTT Douglas <R.A.A.F>.— Treasured memories of my darling ocly brother.—June. BCSSENSCHmT. Douglas Linden — My beloved only brother, left us June 28. 1942. You are always In my heart, dear. —Rosemary. BCSSENSCHDTT, Douglas L.—My only brother, lost his life (result ot aircraft accident), June 28. 1942. Loving me mories will always remain.—Vonnle asd brother-in-law Jack. BDSSENSCHCTT. Douglas (R-AJLF.). —A tribute of love to the memory of Doug., who lost his lite June 28. 1942.— Always remembered by aunty Addie and uncle Frank. BOSSENSCHCTT. Douglas Linden. Pilot.—ln foad memory of my son-in-law, who lost his lite at Werribee. June 28. 1942.—Ever remembered by L. D. Gillett. BOSSENSCHTJTT.—A tribute to the memory ot my brother-in-law, Doug., who lon his lite (result of accident) at Wer ribee. June 28. 1942. Lest we forget.— Ever remembered by Blair. JENKINS. —In memory of dear Hon. believed missing, air operations, Africa. June 25. 1943.—Ever remembered by aunty Ethel, uncle Les. Jack. Lance. Thelma. Cpl. 91885.—1n loving memory ol Thelma. accidentally killed Charters Towers. June 28. Trea sured memories sre all we have lelt of our dearest cousin w<Tll n?v?r forget. Too \ Kiph, Bnb'rt.
HEROES OF THE EMPIRE IteCOKKBU.—m laving memory of our only beloved daughter. Thelma Edith I <W_A A-A-F.i. accldenulls killed on ser- i vice near Charters Towers. Queensland, ] on June 28. 1944. The end vis sudden. ' the shoe!: serere. to part with one we 1 loved so dear. No one you lored was by : your side to hear your last, faint sigh. (o whisper one loving word, before you i closed your eye*. The face ye loved is j missing, the voice we loved is £ tilled: the vacant place that's in our home, which never can be Oiled. You lett behind some aching hearts, (bat loved you mast sin cere: that never wi?L or never shall, j forget you. Thelma. dear. —Ever and al- !' ways remembeed bs" her !oring mother and father. | ? MeCONNEM-.—ln loving memory of, | my only dear sister. Thelma Edith!: <W_A.A.A_F.I. accidentally killed on ser vice near Charters Towers. Queensland, j, on June 28. 1944. She died on service, i defending u£. the highest price she paid: i we trust we may be worthy of the sac- i riflce she made. A nature you could not be'.p loving, a heart (hat was better : than gold: to -all that knew her. love : her, her memory will never grow old.— Ever remembered by her loving brother Ray <AJ.F.. Taraka'n). MeCOXKELL.—In loving memory of I nr dear granddaughter. Thelma Edith ! i (WJ.AJIJ.I. accidentally killed on ser-!, vice near Charters Towers. Queensland. ! i June 28. 1944. Ton were the sweetest girl ! < on earth, so pure, good and iroe; loved n by all who knew you. your whole life | through. The sunshine you used to I, love and fit where the roses grew, up '. in God's garden above, will forever l shine for you.—lnserted by her loving gran. < MeCOMVEU In loving memory of ? my dear aiece. The'-ma Edith , cWJIJUJI. accidentally killed on ser- ~ vice near Charters Towers. Queensland, j on June 28. 1944. Loving and true in I an her ways, upright and Just to the end -. of her days: sincere and kind in heart : and- mind, what a beautiful memory left I behind- —Ever remembered by her loving I Dncle Bern. I. MeCONNELL.—In loving memory nf , our dear niece and cousin, Thelma Edith IW.A-A.A.F.I. ar-identally killed on ser vice near Charters Towers. Queensland, , on June 28. 1944. To think we could not ; say good-bye will always faring regret. : with so much to remember, how could we ever forget? Tour smiles are a lasting . memory, your absence a lasting regret; , a thought for today, dear Thelma. a ' memory for ever, how we miss you yet. , —inserted by Aunty Edie. Dncle George, Hild and Alban (West Ryde. N.S.W.). 4 MeCONNEU In loving memory of ] darling: niece Theima. accidentally killed i Charters Towers. —Phil. Vera. Judith, , Denis. i MeCONNEU la loving memory of Thelma, accidentally killed at Charters , Towers. June 28. 1944.—Ever remem- , bered by Jean and Tom Heath, and Harris , family. i VeCO.YSEIA—Id loving memory of j Thelma. accidentally killed June 28. 1944.—Always remembered by Uncle , Henry. Pern. Carolyn and John. MeCONNtXL, Cpl. Thelma Edith i, (WJUULF.).-A tribute of love to dear], Thelma, called to higher service June 28.1 1944. Sacred memories.—Mrs. Holyoak ] ] and family. it HcCOKKELL.—In loving memory of ] our dear niece and cousin, CpL Thelma, < accidentally killed. Charters Towers. . June 28. 1944. Sad thoughts for today. | a memory for ever. Always remembered. —Eileen. Fred, Jean. MeCONNEU-—Loving memory of Thelma iWJAAJ.I. accidentally killed at Townsvflle. June 28, 1944. Memories of one we loved wfll never die. —Ever remembered by Lionel and Glady Williams. MeCONNEU.—In loving memory ot TheJna iw.AJULF.t- In God's care.— From Maloney family. afeCONNEIA.—In proud and loving memory of Thelma (W-A.A_AJ*.). acci dentally killed charters Towers (Qld.). June 28. 1944.—Inserted by Dick. Win. afcAn aUid Lczi- MeCONNEU In loving memory of our dear friend. Thelma. who passed awar June 28. 1944. —Ever remembered by Glad and Frank. HeCONKEU.—In fond memory of Thelma McConnell. who passed sway June 28. 1944.—Always remembered by A. A. Watson. L.A.C. Reldell. Beth, Mason MeCOKNEU.—A token of love to dear Thelma. Ever remembered. —Inserted by the wanimh family. MeCONNEU.—In fond remembrance of our friend Thelma, accidentally killed. June. 1944.—Remembered by Mrs. Col bert and Flo. MeCOKNEU.—In loving memory of Thelma. who passed away June 28, 1944. —Ever remembered by Laurel and Jack. MeCONKELL, Thelma (WJLA-A.F.I.— A tribute of love to the memory of our friend, who was accidentally killed. Charters Towers, June 28, 1944. Hearts that loved you never forget, in memory you are with us yet.—Ever remembered by Betty. Muriel and Bonna. HeCONXEEL. Thelma. Corpora] W-A-A-AJ". —In tond memory of Thelma, who died at Charters Towers. June 28. 1J944. result ol accident. A friend I"U never forget.—Always remembered by Maisie. MeCONNEU. Thelma. Corporal ? ? ? ? ?—ln loving memory of dear Thelma, who lost her life, result of ac cident. Charters Towers. June 28, 1944. What would I give your hand to clasp, your emiling face to see. To be together once again. Just like we used to be.— Always remembered by Mona and Hart ley. " SMITH.—In laving memory of my dear husband. Pte. Jack smith, late 9th Lt. Hone, let AXF.. passed away June 28. 1932. God's greatest gift, remembrance. —Inserted by wife Edith, sons Clyde and Rg?- 2nd AST. HIP. SMITH.—In loving memarv or my father, Pte. J. Smith, lite 9th'Lt. Horse. Ist JiXP. Ever remembered.—lnserted by daughter Phil, son-in-law Charlie, granddaughter Margaret. R-I.P. SMITH.—In loving memory of dad, June 28, 1932. We have you in our me mory, God has you in His cam.—ln serted by daughter Dora. Henry, grand sons Robert, Peter and Paul. SMITH.—A token of remembrance of our dad and granddad. At the going down of the £un and in the morning we will remember them. —Inserted by daugh ters Dene, Nance, sons-in-law Clarrie. Jim, grandchildren Bfllle, Colin. Barbie. Kathleen. _BXP. WsXUS.—In loving memory ol our dear Jack, killed in action in Syria. June 38, 1941. Only & heart's sad longing and a sigh for a face unseen, but constant thoughts that God alone knows best what might have been. —Ever remembered by his loving parents. wnxiS.—ln loving memory of Jack, killed in action. In Syria. Jose 28. 1941. —Ever remembered by his loving brother George, sister-in-law May and little nephew John. w?ik—in loving memory of our dear Jack, killed in Syria. June 28. 1941. Our hearts hold a beautiful picture Which tears nor time can efface. It is a picture of our dear Jack, Who was taken and can never be re placed. —inserted by loving sister and brother in-law. Glad, BflL nuiS.—A tribute to the memory or my pal Johnny, killed in action. Syria. June 28, 1941.—Ever remembered by CpL Truscott 5X8203. WILLIS — A loving tribute to the me mory of Johnny, killed in Syria, June 28. 1941. Resting in a soldier's gave, a hero honored with Australia's brave.—Ever re- membered by E. and J. McLaren and family. IN MEMORIAM ARTHUR (formerly Ware) —in loving memory of mother, passed away June 28. 1943.—Always remembered Dorothy and family. ASH.—In fond and loving memory of my dear sister Mabel, who passed away Jane 28. 1944. One year has passed since that sad day. when one I loved was called away.—lnserted by Alice. Bob. Ernie. Lorna. Wally. ASH—In loving memory of Auntie Mabel, who passed away one year ago oday.—Ever remembered by Bobby and Ull, and great-niece Audrey. ASK.—In laving memory of Mabel, died June 28, 1944. From her loving sister-in-law Lizxie and friends "Rest eternal, grant her. O Lord, and' let per petual light shine upon her." BBADTKE.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother who lassed away on June 28. 1943. 3eep in our hearts a memory is kept, Ot one we loved and will never forget. —Ever remembered by Mabel, Alfred. and family. BBADTKE.—In loving memory of dear mother and grandpa, who passed away on June 28. 1943.—Lovingly remembered by Emil. Sylvia, and twins. BRAND—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, died Jnne 28. 1939. Not Just today, but every day, we remember.—lnserted by her loving daughter Ruth, son-in-law BilL and grandchildren. BBOWN.—Cherished memories of our dearrst Inrirj. passed ssrij- June 28. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept. —By loving mother, brother, sisters. BRTSON.—In loving memory of onr dear mother, passed away June 27 1942 —Always remembered by her sons anc daughters. C&DD.—la lovln? memory of mol her psssed sway June 28. 1939. at Port Vin cent.—Ever remembered by son Jack. Daphne, grandchildren. CAMERON—In loving memory ot our Utile Maxie. killed June 28. 1944. aged eight years. His dear, sweet life but days in number. each one a loving memory in the hearts that loved him best. His birth brought us Joy and happiness, bis death a wound which will pever heal. Though our hearts are torn with grlel and sorrow, we thank Thee, O God, tor so precious a gift, even for so short a term. We loved him dearly and blessed each day we called him ours. And In the mom his angel face shall smile, which we have loved and lost Just for a while.—Mother, father, and Barry. CAMERON.—Zn loving memory of my little brother Maxie. tilled June 28 1944. No words of mice can ever tell, the sor row, heartache and pain, when I lost my little brother I loved so well In God's beantiful garden dear Maxie lies sleeping. —Always remembered by Tony. S-A.N.. somewhere in Pacific. CAMERON—in loving memory ot my CGUsin Max, who passed away on June 28. 1944. 'Tis hard to part with one so young, but God alone knows best.— Sadly missed by his loving cousin Brian CAMERON.—In laving memory of Max ?->>o died hv srcident on June 28. 1944 |w? have you in our memories. God has ' you in Hi* c*tp. -Always rpmembTeri v J I'nclr Mick Auntie Uiur*;, and De?.
DC MEMORIAM (TAMEBON—In memory o? Maxie^ a I bonny laddie, killed June 28 1944. We I always admired this little laddie, and pray that God will bless his dear parents this sad day. Wesp nat. dear ones Music dwells in God's heaven of perfect sunshine.—Betty Jack. CRETAN (nVe Mathy*).—Treasured parsed away on June 28. 1940. I think of you in silence. With grief sv> deep and true: There is always that .sad longing— If oniy. dear Rene. I could speak to you. —Loved 'always by her mother. i CRETAN-—A tribute of love to the memory of our dear sister Rene, who parsed away June 28. 1940.—Remembered , always by Beat, Laurie. Brian and Kevin. I CRETAN <nee Mathysl.—Loving mem ories of our dear lister Rene, passed away June 28. 1940. Treasured memo- i ries are ail we have left.—Remembered I always by Liz, Tom. Graham and Pattie. CKETAN (nee Mathvsi.—ln fond memory of my lister Rene, who passed away June 28. 1940. Sweetest memories of one so dear. Deeply treasured from year to year. —Always remembered by Alex. Mary. CRETAN mcc Msthys).—Loving memo ries of my dear sister Rene, passed away on June 2K. 1940. Her smiling face. , a heart of (fold, the dearest sister this I world could hold.—Remembered by Tom. i MarJ. Joyce. Joan. , DAY. —In loving, memory of Cyril, my | only beloved brother, who passed away , June 28. 1944.—Inserted by Essington , Day. DOlC—Treasured memories of my j <tear brother Will, called away. One of] Ihe kindest, nne of the best. —Ever re- , numbered by h!s loti&ft sister Laura 1 and nephew Claude. I, EDMONDS. —In loving memoir or our i , dear father and grandfather, who passed ' awzy June 28. 1944. : Sweetest memories of one so dear; i Your smiling face and loving ways 1 Will linger with us all our days. . —Inserted by his loving son Ray, da ugh- i ter-in-law Thelma and grandchildren. | EDWABDS. —In lovlnfi memory of my I, dear friend, who passed away, June 28, , 1944 A leaf in the book of memories is : silently turned today.—lnserted by Edith | Cooper ! ? EICHNEB In loving memory of ? mother, who passed away June 28. 1944. j A thought for today; a memory for ever. —Remembered always by her loving son ; Ken and Jean. 1 EICHNEB In loving memory of ?mother, who passed away on June 28. ; 1944. A heart better than gold, her . memox? will never grow old.—Always re- ] numbered by her loving son Max. and . daughter-in-law Eileen. j ENGLISH.—In loving remembrance of my dear mother, who went away on Jane 28. 1942. My mother's lave is I. more than gold: I mi=s you more as i<l grow old.—Ever remembered by her lov- , ing son Johaar. , EVANS. —In loving memory of our dear dad. accidentally killed Jnne 27. 1944. Ever rememoered by his loving daugh ter Jessie, son-in-law Clarrle and grand son Wayne. I EVANS-—ln loving memory of our dear . brother and uncle. Bert, who was killed at Terowic June 27. 1944. , Deep in our hearts memories are kept. Of one we loved and shall never forget. —Ever remembered by his sister and brother-in-law, nephews and niece*. ; HAWS. —In loving memory of our ! dear mother, who passed away Jnne 27. 1936 Though out of sight, to memory dear.—lnserted by her loving son and i daughter-in-law. George and Fl?. 1 HABTMAVN Mary.—ln loving memory of mother, passed away June 28, 1944. A leaf in our book of memories Is silently turned today. ' —Ever remembered by Len and EUa. ; HAKTMANK. —Sacred are the memo ries of June 28. 1944, when Mrs. Hart-1 ] maun was taken to higher services.— < Always remembered by Jean. R.I.P. HABTMAVN.—Cherished memories of i our dear mother and grandmother, who I passed away June 28. 194*. —Ever re- . membered by her loving eon Jack, daugb- | ter-10-law Msvif. grandsons Murray and < KeU. . 1 HARVEY.—In loving memory ot dear ; mother, who passed away June 28. 1943. —Inserted by her laving daughter Emily, Ralph and children. , HEATHCOCK. Edward.—Died Alice I Springs, June 28. 1944. Beloved, every sincere prayer brings you very near.— : Inserted by his loving wife. HEINTZ.—In loving memory of Peggy, j who passed away June 28. 1941. Not iu;t today, but always in silence we remember. —By Yon and mother. , HEINTZ. —In loving memory of Peggy. I who passed away June 28, 1941. Sweet memories of one so dear, deeply trea- j sured from year to year.—Ever remem- . bered. Sylvie. ? HElNTZ.—Sweetest memories of Peggy. ? who fell asleep June 28. 1941. aged 19 . years. An angel -came and carried her away to immortality that day.—lnserted by aunt Edith. HOAKE.—In memory of our beloved wife azd mother, who passed away June . 28. 1344.—Ever remembered by Have lock. Ronda. Lindsay Mervyn, and Robert. HUTCBSNS.—in loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away June 28. 1334. —Always remembered by her loving son. Hector, and daughter-!n-law, Joyce. HTJTCHCfS.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away June 28. There is a road called remembrance. Where thoughts and wishes meet: We take that road in thought today To the one we cannot greet. Only a heart's sad longing. And a sigh for a face unseen: Bet a constant thought that God above Knows best what might have been. —Remembered by her loved ones. ISGAS —In loving memory of my dear husband end father, who passed away June 28, 1939. —Ever remembered by bis loving wife and children. Joyce and Ron. Lancaster. JONES. —In loving memory of my dear husband. James Had ley. who passed sway on June 28. 1943. O. for the touch of a vanished band, and the sound of a voice that is still. —Ever remembered and longed for by his loving wife. JONES.—In treasured memory of our dear father, who passed, away on June 28. 1943. —Sadly missed and lovingly remem bered by bis daughter. Shirley, and son in-law. 'Les. JONES.—In fond memory of my be loved father, who passed away on June 28 1943.—Ever remembered and respected Jjy his loving son. Geoff. JONES.—Cherished memory ot our brother, Hedley. late of Tusmore and Torrensville. who passed away June 28. 1943. Time cannot dull fond memories. —Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in-law. Gil Ede. asd family. JONES. —Cherished memories of our dear brother and ancle. Hedley. who passed away June 28. 1943. Death deals a*, random right and lelt. and when God's hand deals other strokes He'll wait at heaven's gate, I know, to welcome in our folks. —Inserted by Inez, Rob. nephew and nieces. JONES.—A tribute of remembrance of a great paL Hedley, who passed away June 28, 1943. Deep in our hearts a me mory is kept of a pal we all loved and will never forget.—lnserted by members of the Owls Cub. KNOTT.—In loving memory of grand dad, George Knott, who passed away June 28. 1944.—Inserted by grandson. Fred, Mollie and family. KNOTT. —In memory of our father and grandfather, who passed away June 28. 1944. At rest.—lnserted by George, Julia, and family. KNOTT. —In Joying memory of our brother, George, passed away June 28. 1944.—Ever remembered by his loving sisters Lizzie and Jane. KNOTT.—In fond memory of an old friend, who passed away June 28. 1944. Sad and sudden was his calling. But we know that God knows best. Ever remembered by R. and P. Bourne and Betty, Eehunga. LEHMAN. —In loving memory of my dear brother Perc, who passed away June 28, 1942.—Ever remembered by bis sister Ann, and family. LINES. —In laving memory of our dear daughter and sister Dolly, who passed away at Booleroo Centre, on June 28. 1935. Heart of gold not changed, but glorified, we shall see her smiling lace one bright morning, waiting on the other side.—Sadly missed by her loving parents, sisters and brothers. LOLO.—In loving memory of dear dad, who died June 28, 1942. Swiftly the years are passing, but still we don't forget, for deep in the hearts that !oved him, fond memories linger yet.—Sadly missed by Florence and Bob. LOLO.—In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away June 28. 1942. We have you in our memories, God has you In His care.— Ever remembered by Ruby, Joe and family. LOLO. —In laving memory of dad, who passed away June 28. 1942. We have you In our memory. God bas you in His care.—Ever remembered by his loving son Henry, and daughter-in-law Phoebe. MOBGAK.— In loving memory of George Richards, who died June 28. 1930. —Always remembered by his loving wife Alice, and daughters. MORKIS.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away at Gawler, June 28. 1942.—Inserted by her laving family. MTJKPinr, James Hector.—ln !ov*tig memory of our dear son and brother, who passed away June 28. 1929.—Always le membered by his loving mother and sister Eatk. O'BBIEN.—In Joying memory of cur dear John, passed away June 28, 1939, late AJLS.C. Ever in our thoughts.— M. and J. Cbnaghty. PAINE. —In laving memory of our dear mother and m*n-n* who passed away June 28. 1942. —Ever remembered by her loving son Ken, danghter-tn-law Dollie, and grandson Don. PAINE.—In loving memory of our dear mother and nanna. who passed away June 28. 1342. There Is a face that is always with us. Of one we loved so dear. —Fondly remembered by her loving daughter Edna, son-in-law Keith, and grandsons Bobble and Peter. PASKYN.—In loving memory of our dear sister Amy. who passed away at Hewker Hospital. 1943. She sleeps in God's beautiful garden, in sunsb'je of perfect peacf.—Ever remembered by her sister Doll, and Hedley. Port Augusta West. BOSS.—In loving memory of my dear wife and mother, who passed away June 28. 1942. I think of you in silence, no jpyes may s^e me weep: but forever in my ?aching heart your memory I will keep.— 'Ever rememhered by husband Al?n ?mi ' ?? undfliir.
IN MEMORIAM ?OSS.—In loving memory of our dear mother, passed away Jnne 28. 1942. So dearly loved, so sadly missed.—Ever re membered by Reg. Melva and family BOSS.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away June 28. 1942. To shed naught but radiance. Uke^ sun shine after rain, and to leave cherished memories is not to have lived in vain.— Always longed for by Audrey. Jock and family. SCHCETZ. —In loving memory of our dear mother and lather, passed sway June 27. 1933. June 28. 1944. To think we could not say good-bye will always brtos regret: witb so much to remember, bow could we ever forget?— Always re membereo by their loving daughter Gertie, son-m-law Jack, and grandcbU drsCH?ETZ.—ln loving memory of my dear mother and father, who passed away June 27, 1933. June 28. 1944. Natures one could not Help loving, hearts that were better than gold; to all who knew and loved them, their memory will never grow old.—Always remembered by their loving daughter. Katb. SCHCETZ.—In memory of mother, who passed away on June 27. 1933: also father, passed away June 28. 1944. In silence we remember.—inserted by daughter Dolly, son-in-law Dave, and grandchil dren SCHtTETZ. —In loving memory of dad. nassed away June 28, 194*: also mother, pissed away June 27, 1933. Too dearly loved to be forgotten.—Always remem bered by daughter Violet. son-ln-law Arthur, grandsons. SCHCETZ.—In loving memory ot dear mother, wbo passed away June 27. 1933: and dear father, passed away June 28. 1944. Out in the silent graveyards Lie the mother and father I loved so dear: Witb tears I watched them fade away. But could not make them stay. I tended him witb loving care. He suffered patiently and long: So God called him borne to suffer no more,. But the one wbo loved you will never forget. ; Ever remembered by their loving daugh ter Ivy, son-in-laxr Percy, grandsons Malcolm. Kenneth aad Brian. SHIELDS.—In loving memory of our dear wife and mother. Annie, who passed away June 28. 1941. Fond memories linger.—lnserted by her loving husband Lar. end sons Jim (A.1.F.) and Laurie. SHIELDS In loving memory of our dear Anne, who passed away June 28. 1941.—Ever remembered by mother (E. Wbitpl. Marion end Flo. SKEGGS.—In loving memory of my dear mother, wbo passed away June 28, 1941. Above, in God's beautiful garden. Away from all sorrow and pain. And at tbe end of life's Journey. ril meet my dear mother again. —Inserted by her loving daughter, Vera. SKEGGS.—In memory of my dear mother, who was called away June 28, 1341. Deep in our hearts a memory of one we all laved and will never forget.— Inserted by Bob and Joyce, and grandson Robin. SKEGGS.—In memory of wife and mother, who passed June 28, 1941. Sweet are the memories that never fade.; of one we all loved but could not save. —Ever remembered by husband end family. Kit. Ruby. Welly. Albert, Vera, Alf.. Kelvin. SKEGGS.—Sacred to tbe memory of my dear mother, wbo passed away on June 28. 1941. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept Of onr we loved and never forget. Inserted by her loving son Walter, and grandchildren Ray. Dorothy. Lan, of Broken Hill SMITH.—In loving memory ot my be loved wife Anna Lavinia. who passed a^vav on June 28. 1944. Today brings back memories of a loved one gone to rest. Those think of you today.—Ever remem bpred by lovinp husband. Clam?, Lei. Ken. Don.