Births, Deaths, Marriages 'Approacbini Marriages and Engage ment notices moil be signed by tbr two persona concerned. Birth notices
by one of the parents, unless other wise authenticated, and Marriages. Deaths, and In Hemoriam notices by somr responsible person. 4 lines. 3/-. i/3 ejen adoinonal. BIRTHS BARCLAY (nee Lambert).—On Oc tober 12, at South Glen Hospital, to Enid and Norman—a daughter (S--rvn Elizabeth). Both well BECKER. —On October 8. at Laura Hospital, to Eric and Anna —a son. BLIGHT (nee Borlace).—On Octo- ber 12. at Q.V.ILH.. to Carol and Allan a daughter (Susan Carol). Thanking all those in attendance. BOND.—To Max and Grace—a son (Steven jonnl. Thanking Dr. Powe 1. Sisters Parks and Peterson and staff of Wolverton Hospital. BOWER.—On October 10. at Mc- Bride's Hospital, to Natalie and Tom —a daughter (Margaret Anne I. Both well. Thanking all in attendance. CHILMAN (nee Bradshaw). —On October 12. at South Glen Hospital— a daughter (Verity). EAGLE (nee Stevenson).—On Oc tober U. at South Glen, to Joyce and Etan—a son (John Joseph). Thank ing Dr. Bowering and hospital staff. EVANS.—On October 11. to Dawn and Clem—a Eon (Grant Richard I. Thanking Dr. Koehler and all in at tendance. Berri District Hospital. FORBES.—On October 8. at Mount Lawley. W.A-. to Anne, wife of Mur- TayForbes—a son. FREAK (nee Thompson).—On Oc tober B. at Mile End Emergency Hos pital, to' Connie and Syd—a son (Lance Jefferyl. Thanking Dr. Dun stan and hospital staff. FULLER (nee Smith).—On Octo ber 12. at St. John's. Prospect to Corlnne and Lin—a daughter iMaTinr Kaye). GEMMELL.—On October 13. at Monreltn. to Joy. wife cf J. B. Gem meU—a daughter. GUNN (nee Tank) .—On October 12, Umey Private Hospital, to Phyi and Don—a sin iTrevori- HOWIE.—On October a. at Cal ?ary Hospital, to Mary and John —a sou. JENNINGS (nee Roma Neaylonl.— On October 9. at Mi. Gambler Hos pital, to Roma and Raymond—a son. JOHNSON (nee Stewart). —On Oc tober 11, at Walwa, to Anita' and Allen—a daughter Thanking Dr. Eva Tesler and Bister Naismith. KOCH (nee Luff).—On October 6, at Pe erborough, to Joan and Ro.pn —a sin iCfcristipher Rolph). MALE. —On October 7. to Mollie. wile of E. J. Male—a son. No visi- MORCOM (nee Harford).—On Oc tober 13. at Berklea. to Valmai and Kevin—a son (Brenton Victor). Thanking Dr. Solomon, Matron An <enou and ctaC. MOSS (nee Robinson).—On Octo- ber 8, at Alice Springs, to Lorna and Geoff—a son (Peter Geoffrey). NANKIVELL. —on ocuioe.- 12, to Diane, wife ol W. Field NanidveU NUTT (nee Cuddihy).—On Octo ber 10. at Memorial Hospital, to Beryl and Colin —a son (Gregory tTauki. O'SULLIVAN (nee Hoare). —On Oc tobtr 11. at Hindmarsh Memorial Hospital, to Shirley and Ron—a son. Both well. (Premature). Thanking Dr. Bandinet and hospital staff. PRZIBILLA (nee Rhina, ot Condo- bolin, N.S.W.). —On October 6. at B_M. Hospital. Biverton, to Ruth and Keith—a son (Peter William). Thank ing Dr. Malien, matron and hospital ttoff. Special thanks to Nurse Sweei ?naw ROGERS. —On October 1. at Mount PleaK^nt Hospital, to Freda and Glen —a daughter. SCHUBERT (nee Yeoward).—On October 12, at Chatham Private Hos pital, to Joyce and Ira—a daughter (Marilyn Joyce I. Thanking Dr. Hurst and Matron Williams. STAKS.— At wumoi, on October 6. to Jess.e and George—a son. Thank ing x<\ in attedance. STIMSON.—On October 1. at Mt. Gambler, to Fay and Hartley—a daughter (Rosemary Fay). Both welL Thanking Dr. Oaten and stuff. THOMAS. —Ai iween Disi.ict Hos pital, MorwiUumbaa, N.S.W., on. Oc tober 9, to Alice and Maurice —a daughter. Thanking Drs. Adams and MpcGil ivray. TOTHILL. —On October 9. at Riverton Memorial, to Doris and Ralph—a daughter (Helen Lesley I. Thanking Dr. MnllPni matron and VENZ.—On October 12. at Mannum Hospital, to Ira and Walter —a son (Murray Walter). Both.well. WILKINSON.—On October 7, at Yorketown Hospital, to Joan, wife of r. R. Wilkinson—ar daughter. WOODS (nee Wilsmore).—At Pnrt Pirie Maternity Hospital, on October 9. to Veronica and Ron—a son iDavid John). 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 Mln'rw" l"s?-'i-") fee. 2/6. Alfred Brewer. 37 Tusmore avenue. Leabrook: Davis Denton. Msin North road. Prospect: - Mr. B Baker, 80 Taylor street, Kadina. RUBY WEDDING PASCOE. —Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Pas- coe, 3 High street, Grange, have plea- sure to announce the 40th anniversary of their wedding, solemnised at St. Luke's Church, Adelaide, October 14, 1908, by the late Rev. Marsh. APPROACHING MARRIAGES CHAPMAN —LIDDELL.—The mar riage of Sylvia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chapman, of Morgan, to John Llddell of Victoria River Downs Sta tion, son of Mrs. and the late Mr. John Liddell. will be solemnised at St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral, on October 18. at 9 am. Very Rev. Father D. O. Sullivan will officiate with Nuptial Mass. Reception at Southern Cross Hotel. DOODY—LEONARD.—The mar riage of Maureen Joan, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Doody. to Peter John, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Leonard, will be solem nised at St. Therese's Church. CoL liight Gardens, on Saturday, October 16. at 9.30 a.m. FOSTER—HETTMANN.—The mar riage of Joyce, youngest daughter of Mr? and Mrs. A. H7>oster. of Main road. Paradise, to Lance, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Hletmann. of Hen ley Beach road. Torrensville, will be rolemnlsed at Holy Trinity Church, North terrace, at 2.30 pjn. on Satur ?day, October 16. FOSTER—INGRAM. — The mar rtege of Valda. fourth daughter of Jlr" and Mrs. G. Foster, of?righ ton, to Robert, only son of Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Ingram, of Broken Hili. will be solemnised at Glenelg Church of Christ, on Saturday. October 16. KNIGHT—BOYD.—The marriage of Joyce Gwladys, daughter of Mrs. M. i-ocock. Rose Park, and the late T. Knight, to Lindsay, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Boyd. Wycheproof. Victoria, will be solemnised at St. Theodore's Church, Rose Park, on October 16. at 4.45 p.m. MUNRO—COOTER. —The marriage of Margaret Betty, youngest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Munro, to Kevon Robert, only son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Banna, both of Keswick. will be solemnised at Pirie Street Metho dist Church, on Saturday. October 16. at 7 pjn. PLUMMER —FILMER. —The mar riage of Daphne B- elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Plommer, of Cud lee Creek, to Richard G. Filmer. younger son of Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Filmer. of Tintiaara, will be solem nised at Lobethal Presbyterian Church. October 16, at 2.30 p.m. WILDEN—DESMOND.—The mar riage of Betty, only daughter of Mr.- Mrs. A Wilden, of Stepney, to James, eldest son of Mrs. P. Desmond, will be solemnised at Kent Town Metho dist Church. October 16. at 7 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS BARKLA—GEELEN.—The engage ment is announced of Stella Ada. second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Barkla, of West Croydon, to Ray mond Walter Charles, only child of Mrs. A. E. M. Geelen and the late Mr. O. Geelen, of Seaton Park. BATEMAN—GREEN.—ThP engage ment is announced of lima Maureen, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs I. W. Bateman, Glencoe West, to Stan ley Arthur, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Green, of Welland avenue. Welland. EDWARDS —TUCKER.—The en fagement is announced of Grace, younger daughter of Mrs. E. M. ana the late Mr. G. S. Edwards, of Urania, to Victor H. G. Tucker, or CurramuUca. FARMER—COWLEY.—The en gagement is announced of Cora, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. laiaier, of Woodville, to Lloyd, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Cowlcy, of Kadina. HENERY—HALL.—The engage ment is announced of Olive toith. youngest daughter of Mrs. L. A. Henery, of Prospect aui t&e late Mr. H. E. Henery, Middlesex, England. to Aneurtn. only son of Mrs. A. M. Hall, of Hinders Park, and the lste Mr. H. G. Hall. MARCHANT — COX. — Noelle Jauiueune, yuunger daughter of Mrs. 6. J. Marchant and the late Mr. U- o. Marchant, of Neutral Bay, N.S.W, to Maurice Raymond, only ?m of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cox. of Woodville. McDONALD—BUTTON.—The en casement is announced of Vema E, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. O. McDonald, ol Mundoora, to Mervyn G- youngest son of Mr. and U?. F. W. Button, of RedhlU. QUINN—SHORT.—Tne engagement l*> announced of Vera, youngest daughter of Mr. J. D. Quinn, late o! Morgan, to Lloyd, only son ol the late W. O. Short, of Minlaton. SHIRRAS—FREETH.—Mr.-Mrs. R. T. Shirras, of Kimba. wish to an- Bounce Lac engagement of tlieir only daughter, Betty R, to Malcolm L.. elder son Mrs. H. E. and late Mr. C. F-reeth. of Kimba. SMERDON — WYATT. — The en- gagement is announced of Merle, younger daughter Mrs. J. M. and late Mr. J. F. Smerdon, of Mile End, to Keith, youngest son late Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Wyatt, of Torrensville.
ENGAGEMENTS STEWART—HUPPATZ.—The en gagement is announced of Kathleen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Stewart, Kapunda, to Kevin, second son of Mrs. M. E. Stratford and the late Mr. A. E. Huppatz, of Saddle worth. WEDDING—NASH.—Tbe engage ment is announced of Valma. K?cond daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Wed ding, of Woodville. to Clem, third son of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Nash. Kilkenny. DEATHS ANTUAR. Charlotte, widow ol Henry Renne Antuar, late of Brad bury, South Australia, at Queenscliff. Vicloria, on Sunday 11th of October. Happy release to rest in peace till He come.—lnserted by Norman und CARR.—On October 11. at Tumby Bay Hospital. Alice Ada. beloved wile ol tae late Aoraham Carr. of Lipson. Aged 81 years. Resting. ELLIOTT. —On October 13. at Stra thalbyu, Thomas Edward, telovtd husband of Cnristina Elliott and lov ing lather of John. Aged 77 years. cLfc'.—On Octooer 11. at .lospit&i. Christine Acne, dearly beioved only child of Merle and Alvin Ely. of S Darling street, Medlnoie. Aged 3 deys. HARVEY. —On October 7. at hos pital. Gawler, William Henry, loving husband of the late Rosa Harvey, of Willaston. S. Aus., father of Hilda (Mrs. Mold). Aged 85 years. Also Rosa Harvey, passed away suddenly at Willaston on December 30, 1947. Aged 81 years. Re-united. HIGGINS.—On October 12. at Streaky fay. John Higgins, dearly loved uncle of Mrs. Canute. 13 Bal lara street. Mi^ End. Aged 74 years. LIGHT.—A tribute to tbe memory of Eilen Grace, who passed away on October 2, at Adelaide, esteemed cousin of Cecil L. Light. 73 Matloclc street. Mount Hawthorn. MARSH.—On October -10. at the Areirossan Hospital, Beatrice Emma, beloved daughter of the late James and Sarah Merrett. and loving sister of Elsie. Hilda, Annie (deed), fedilh, Harold, Amy (dec'di, Gordon, Lyle (dec'dl, James tdee'd) and Tom. MITTON.—On October 13, at her late residence. Kauri parade. Sea cliff. Victoria Alice, third beloved daughter of the late B. C. and M. A. Mitt, n. of Adelaide. Aged 79 years. NEWMAN.—On October 13. at Port Lincoln Hospital, after a short ill ness, Essie Olive, beloved wife of Francis John Newman, of Port Lin coln, late of Kimba. Aged 63 years. A life of faithful service. NICHOLAS.—On October 11, at the Children's Hospital. Adelaide, David John, son of Joyce and Cecil Nicbo ia.-. oi budunda NICHOLSON.—On October 11. at Adelaide, William Nicholson, of South -terrace. Adelaide, the beloved hus band of the late Martha Christina Nicholson, and father of Winifred. Aged 77 year*. At rest. OLIVER.—On October 12. Bt her residence. 47 Blanoford ctreet. West Croydon, Mary Ann Louise <Louie>, beloved wife of Ernest Edward Oliver and loving mother of Elsie. Vera. Walter and Thelma. Aged 68 years. PASCOE. —On October 12, at his residence, Port MacDonnell, William Harry, dearly beloved husband of Clara Beatrice Pascoe, of Port Mac- Donnell, and loved father of Jack. Aged 64 years. RAYNER. —On October 10, sud- denly, Murray Wilson, dearly loved second son of Rev. and Mrs. R. S. Rayner, of Modbury, fond brother of John, Paul, Ian and Owen. Aged 6½ years. The tender Shepherd gathers His little lamb. SHIERS. —On October 13, John Thomas, dearly loved husband of Ellen Shiers, of 51 Long street, Queenstown, and loving father of Winifred, Mabel, Albertina, Jack, Harry, Nellie, Laurie, Gwen, Hilda, Jean and Ron, also Walter (de- ceased). At rest. VERCO. —On October 10, at a pri- vate hospital, Florence Jane, the dearly beloved wife of the late Arthur Albert Verco, of 52 Miller street, North Unley, and loving mother of Gladys (Mrs. K. H. Leaver, of Vic- toria), and fond sister of Edith Linke and Gladys (Mrs. S. C. Leaver). Aged 72 years. WOOD On October 9. at Repat riation Hospital. Daws road. Francis Aquilla Thomas Wood (late Sgt. M.M., 10th Batt.,) the beloved husband of Madge Wood, of 505 South road. Black Forest, and the loving father of Owen, Patricia and Brian. HEROES OF THE EMPIRE "At the coinK down of the sun and in th? m<.,T-?-- tp ?-?'?? -?"iie>nber them." HAMMOND, 538588. Wilfred Jack. —In fond and loving memory of Jack, who passed away October 13; P.O.W, Malaya.—Always remembered by Pop and Eileen. MANN.—In loving memory of Stan ley Dennis, lost at New Guinea, Octo ber 14, 1945. Deep in our hearts we are all together.—lnserted by his loving mother, father, sisters Mary. Jan. SMITH.—A tribute of love to the memory of our dear niece Kathleen Joyce (Corporal, W-A-AJU-M, passed , away October 14. 1944, Victoria. For ' ever in our hearts. —Auntie Marie and Uncle Roy. SMITH.—In fond memory of my niece. Cpl. Kathleen Joyce, passed away October 14. 1944. R.A.A.FV Hos pltaL Melbourne. A leaf in the book of memory is sadly turned today.— Her loving Uncle Michael. SMITH.—In loving memory of my dear sister Kathleen Joyce. Cpl., W.A.A.A.F.. passed away R.A.A-P. Hos pital. Melbourne, October 14. 1944. A thought for today, a memory for ever.—Her loving brother Cliff. SMITH.—In loving memory of my only darlinc daughter Kathleen Joyce. Cpl, W.A7A.A.F., passed away Octo ber 14. 1944. Melbourne. Too dearly loved to ever be forgotten.—Sadly missed by her loving mother. WELLINGTON-. Flt-Sgt. Lloyd John. —In loving memory of our dear son and brother, who gave bis life, Octo ber 14, 1942.—Mother, father. Joan, Nancy. Bob and MerL IN MEMORIAM BADMAN.—In loving memory ol our dear sister Emma, passed away October 14. 1942.—Sadly missed by her loving sisters. Vickie. Alice. Sarah. Annie. BATTEN.—In loving memory of mother, oled October 14, 1938; also dad, died October 7, 1939.—Ever re membered by their loved ones. BORMANN.—In loving memory of our dear wife, mother, and grand mother, died October 14. 1947.—Ever remembered by her husband Frank, sons Percy. Walter, daughter-in-law Lorna. grandchQdreii Heather and Barbara. BUBCHELL.—In memory of Alfrec Charles Burchell. who passed away October 14, 1945.—Ever remembered by L. Swanston. BURCHEIX.—In loving memory of father, who passed away October 14. 1945. Three years have passed, but memories linger.—lnserted by Cyril, Edna and grandchildren. BtJRCHELL.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away ? October 14, 1945. A thought for to day, a memory forever.—lnserted by Myrtle, Tom and grandchildren, of Canberra. BCRFORD.—In loving memory of dear husband and father, passed away October 14. 1945.—Ever remembered i by bis loving wife and family. BURNS, Kevin John.—ln loving ? memory of our dear brother, who was accidentally drowned, Finschhafen, ' October 14, 1945. —Always reman- < bered, by his loving sister and brother-in-law Lorna, Ross and '. family. CARPENTER In memory of Ron,. died ot wounds. Concord, NB.W.— Sadly missed, dad. , CARPENTER.—In treasured mem- ' ory of our dear son and brother Ronald, called home October 14. 1947. ' A year ago you were called away, but in pur thoughts you will always re main. Resting.—Remembered ever by mother, Gloria and John. CARS.—In fond memory of our friend Dorothy Gladys, passed away. October 14, 1945.—Inserted by Con nie and Barry. COMJAu.—in loving memory of our darling baby daughter Marlene Eliza beth, who was called by God, October 13. 1946. Beautiful memories linger forever with loving father and mother. COSTEIXO.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on October 14. 1944. Not Just today, but every day, dear father, we re member you.—-Ever remembered by his daughter Joan and Eileen, son in-law Gorcon. COSTELLO.—In loving memory of our o.ear lather, wno passea away October 14. 1944. With so much to remember how could we forget.— Always remembered by bis loving daughter Kit. and son-in-law Nat. CUNDt.—A tribute of love and re membrance to our dear wife and mother, who passed away October 14. 1940—Ever remembered by her hus-> band, daughters Gwen, Alma. Edna, sons-ln-Uw Frank. Bill and Geoff, and granddaughter Jan. DAWKI.NS.—In loving memory of our darlin; son George, who was accidentally killed October 14. 1935. Those who loved you dear, will never forget.—lnserted by mother, father, Ll'.y and Alec. ELLlOTT.—Treasured memories of dear Don, who died October 14. 1946. —Sadly missed. Hazel. Harry and Val. ELLIOTT.—In loving memory of my only son Don, who passed away two years ago today.—Always remem bered, dad. ELLIOTT.—In loving memory of ? dear -Don. who died October 14. 194C. . Always will be remembered, sadly ? missed.—lnserted by Pat. | ELLIOTT.—In loving memory of our [ dear son-in-law Don. who passed away two years today. Your memory is our dearest keepsake, sadly missed. —Inserted by father and mother-in law. ELUOTT.—In loving memory of Don. passed away two years ago to day. FBrever in our thoughts.—Re membered by Alma. Horace and famllv. ELJ.rOTT.—In loving memory of our brother Don. oassed to rest. Octo ber 14. 1946: also mother. January 22. 1945. Until morning dawns.— Eft" r—"—bered by Vera and Syrf. ELLIOTT. —In memory of my dear 14.' 1946' In my 'Heart you arc with me stui.—Longed for by Doss.
IN MEMORIAM BM.IOTT.—In memory of our daddy. We win never forget you, daddy.— Ever remembered by his lovine daughter- mrma and little Dianne. FERGI^SSON-—ln lovin? memory of dear dad and grandpa, wha passed away October 14. 1945. Always in our thought-'.—Ever remembered bv Bill. Man; and Billy. CAM.IFOBD.—In loving memory of my darling husband Fred, und our father, called to r.-st on October 14. 1943.—Fondly remembered by his loving wife Myrtle, and sons Lance. Ray anc. Max. *?AitS.— aU loving memory of mother, who passed away on October Ho*- ??'?'.? V^Jn'y remembered y GRIFFITHS.—In loving memory of our darline daughter Joyce, who passed away on October 14. 1941. In God's care.—Sadly missed by her loving mother and father. GROSS (nee Pimlotti. —In loving memory of Monl. passed away October 4. 1944. Always in our thoughts, for ever in God's care.—Sadly missed by dad. mother and Popsy. HARRISON <nee Whitelawt.—Trea sured memories ol Verdie. who passed away October 14. 1924.—8y friend Girlie. HASSELL.—In loving memory oi mv dear mother, who passed away October 15. 1547. A leaf in the book of memories is gently turned today.—Always remembered" by Al bert. HONEY—In loving memory of father, who passed away October 14 1331.—A1e-ays remembered by Rav. Stella and children. HOEETCOOD.—In loving memory of dear Frank, who passed away Oc tober 14. 1941.—Ever remembered by his loving mother, brothers and sis ters. jaCKSON.—In loving memory of our dear mather, who passed awav October 14, 1942, at Port Pirie.—For ever remembered by her loving daughter Freda, and son Lawrence. JIESMAN.—In loving .memory of Uncle Harry, passed away October 14. Loving thoughts of vou. dear uncle, will never fade away.—Ever remem bered by Doss. Vic. family. JIESMAN.—In loving memory of Uncle Harry, passed away October 14. 1347. Witii deep regret and tender love we who loved you never forget.—Always remembered by Jean and Wally. KEAKNS.—Sacred to the memory of ratrick Joseph, who passed away October 14. 1935.—Always remem bered by his loving wife, and daugh ter Nell, and Bunny. LOKi).—in loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, passed away October 14, 1947. In our hearts your memory fondly lingers.—Ever remembered by son. daughter-in-iaw and grandsons. MANN.—in loving memory of my dear nephew Stanley.—Always re memberea by Aunty Ruth. MAUN.—in loving memory of our deal mother, who passed away Octo ber 14. 1942. A thought lor today, a memory forever.—Always remem bered byDapnne. Vivian and family. MATTIN, A. E.—ln loving memory of our dear father, who departed this, life October 14, 1947.—Sadly miaseri oy Eclth. Arthur and children. MATTIN. —In loving memory of dear cad and poppa, passed away one year today. Net just today, dear dad, but every day in siience we remember. —Ever remembered by daughter, son-in-law. Melva, Gus. grandchildren Raelene, Beverly. MATTIN.—In loving memory of ded. passed away October 14, 1947. A thought for today, a memory for ever.—lnserted by his son Wally. Shirley anc. family. MATTIN. —In loving memory of oui Qcdii nusDana ai^l lauier, whu passed away at hospital October 14, 1947. Ton walk beside us always in that beantiful garden of memories: —Ever remembered by his loving wife and children. MeCABE.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away on October 14, 1946. Not Just today, dear mum. do we remember, but always. —Her loving son Frank, daughter in-law Bv. McCArtE.-—Treasured memories of our darling mother and nana. who passed away Oct. 14. 1946. Always remembered.—Evelyn. Len. Peter. OSBORN.—In loving memory of my dear mother-in-law and grand mother, who passed away October 14. 1946.—Inserted by Myrtle and iamily- OSBORN.—In loving memory ol dear mother and grandma, passed away October 14. 1946. Our love foi you will never chance.—lnsetted by her loving daughter Nell, son-in-law Harold, granddaughters Marlene and Barbara. OSBuKN.—In loving memory ol dear motner and grandma, passed away October 14, 1946. Tour memory is our dearest keepsake.—Ever re membered by her loving son Allan, daughter-in-law Joyce, granddangh- OSBORN.—In loving memory ol dear mother and- grandma, passed away October 14. 1946. The passing years can never change our memo ries.—Ever remembered by her lov ing daughter Myra, and grandson Bruce. OaBORN.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away two years ago today.—Still sadly missed by Leigh, Hazel and grandchildren Jennifer and Geoffrey. OaBORN.—In luting memory of mother, who passed away October 14. 1946. In silence we remember.—By Ron, Lill, grandchildren Owen, OSBOKN.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma who passed away October 14. 1946.—Ever remembers by Elva. Cec and family. OSBORN.—In laving memory of our dear mother, who passed away October 14, 1946. Your life a beaut tiful memory, your absence a client sorrow.—inserted by her loving son Keith, daughter-in-law Violet. PEABCE.—In loving memory 6r our dear father Philip, who passed eway October 14, 1947.—Always re membered, Betty. Duncan and family. Fbil-. Norm. ftAittt.—in loving memory cf my dear husband, who passed away Oc tober 14. 1947. My heart is buried with you. dear.—lnserted by his lov ing wife Theresa. PEABCE.—In loving memory of my <?ear father, passed away October 14. 1947.—50 sadly missed by his lov ing raughter Gwen. _f*>*MTT-—Treasured memories of grandfather. Time drifts by, but memories stay.—lnserted by his grandson Jack. POBKITT. —In loving memory of dear father. A thought for tody, a memory forever.—Always remem bered by his daughter Hannah. BOBEKTS.—In iovlng memory of onr dear husband an? fether. who ??* ,<SJi ed iS rest fronl "s October 14. 1946. Too dearly loved to be forgotten—Ever remembered by hi* !£?S u^f e Emily, children and grandchildren. RIJotMANN (Elsabe).—Fondest memories of my dear mother who passed away on October 14. 1922. Safilv missed-—Elsa. SKlNNER.—Treasured memories or my dear wife Gert. who passec away October 14, 1946.—Insetted by her loving husband Harry. SKTSNEE.-In loving memory of '""'IS. who passed away October w *p46-—Ever remembered. Phyl. ana Arcn. STASINOWSKY. H.—Who passed eway October 14. 1944. Cherished memories of our dear husband, dad and granddad.—Ever rememberec by his wife, children, and grandchil dren. TESTEB.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away October 14. 1944.—Always re membered by his loving wife and TREWARTHA.—m lortng memory ?£. d5? r df d and ""I"1- whoTell asleep pc^Jer 14. 1943. Often a lonely heartache but always beautilul m(£ So?n le|ni A c SisreL OnBed "" by M?Uy' WILKET.—In loving memory of ?SS' "J 10 P858"*! "ray October 14. iSJii ?? eace' Perfect peace.—Remem- w drfemot^ eii.brothcr ""I sisters. di£7m£.?.r~ rM'$ n Z memories of aear Winnie, who nassed awav Oe wnrft, ??.-liS b, Eom. rt??L ?OD,£E*.—Loving memories ol be? 14 ?Slr> S ho passed away Oct? kpJn?ir 946i.Her memory our dearest lov^ ak£ n 7 i fy lwa srs5 rs remembered by her