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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS

Approaching Marriages and Engage- ment notices must be signed by the two persons concerned, Birth notices by one of the parents, unless other- wise authenticated, and Marriages, Deaths, and In Memoriam notices by some responsible person. 4 lines 4/-; 1/6 each additional. BIRTHS   ANDREWS.— At Walters Maternity Home, Jan. 24, to Connie and Dick — a son (Russell Richard ). BANKS (nee Nankivell).— To Jean and Bill— a son (Christopher Wil- liam), at Calvary Hospital, Jan 21. Both well. BARNES (nee Butterfield).— At Hindmarsh Maternity Hospital, on Jan. 24, to Josie and Ken— a son (Daryl Wayne). Thanking Dr. Wall- man and hospital staff. BEANLAND (nee Macdonald). — On Jan. 26, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gaw- ler, to Marj. and Harry — a son (Den- nis John). Thanking Dr. Hannon and hospital staff. BETTERMAN.— On January 13, at Q.V.M.H., to May and Alb— a daugh- ter (Vicki). CHELLEW (nee Simmons).— On January 25, at Northern Hospital, to Joyce and Mervyn— a daughter. No visitors for 7 days. COLE (nee Olfen).— On Jan. 26, at Hindmarsh Maternity Hospital, to Myra and Jack— a son (Robert Les- lie).   COX (nee Donaldson).— To Marion and Harold — a son (Craig Norman). January 24 (Caesarian birth). Thank- ing Dr. Hodgman and all in attend- dance at Ashford Private Hospital. DAY (nee Haire).— On Jan. 25, at Q.V.M.H., to Gladys and Bob — a daughter (Anne Elizabeth). Thank- ing Dr. and all in attendance. EARLE. — On January 21, at Burra Hospital, to Merle and Ross— a daugh- ter (Judith Ann). Thanking Dr. R. Heddle and hospital staff. FELLOWS.— On Jan. 22, at Queen Alexandra Hospital, Hobart, to Alan   and Flora— twin sons (nee Flora Gil- more). FINCH.— Dorothy and Ray wish to announce the arrival ol Marilyn Joan, on Jan. 26, at Park Terrace Private Hospital. FRITSCH (nee Davey).— On Jan. 23, at Rowan, to Betty and Des — a son (Rodger Noel). Special thanks to Dr. Mill and hospital staff. GRIVELL.— To Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Grivell— a daughter (Janet Lorraine), at Kadina Community Hospital, Jan. 17. Both well. HANNAFORD (nee Rauert).— On January 26, at Dimboola, Victoria, to Wilma and Murray — a daughter. HANRAHAN (nee Aunger).— On January 24, at Burra, to Valerie and Jim (Les) — a son. HARRIS. — At Memorial, on Jan. 25, to Bet and Jim — a daughter. Thank- ing Dr. Douglas and staff. KROHN.— On January 24, at Cal- vary, to Kathleen and Jack — a daugh- ter (Christine Ann). Special thanks to Dr. Lower and Nursing Sisters. LLOYD (nee Sheridan). — On Janu- ary 19, at Port Augusta Hospital, to Betty and Arthur — a son (Robert Michael). Thanking Dr. Thompson and all in attendance. LODGE (nee Wheeler).— On Janu- ary 25, at Kiverton Private Hospital, to Betty and Dick — a daughter. Thanking all in attendance. McKELL.— At Townsville, on Dec- ember 29, 1950, to Phyl and Don — a daughter (Susanne Phyllis). MEGAW— To Thelma and Hedley, on January 24, at Hindmarsh Memo- rial— a daughter (Gaynor Doro- thy). Thanking all in attendance. No visitors. MOONEY (nee De Caux).— At Memorial Hospital, on January 25, to Nell and Bernie — a son. Both well. MUIRSON (nee Barber).— On Janu- ary 23, at Port Augusta Hospital, to Daphne and Max — a daughter (Julie Anne). Thanking Dr. Thompson and hospital staff.

O'BRIEN.— To Eily and Tim at Henley Hospital — a daughter. Thank- ing Dr. Baudinet and hospital staff. PECH. —On January 23, at the Laura Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. O. Pech—   a daughter (Narelle Louise). Spe- cial thanks to Dr. Murray, Sister McMillan and staff of Laura hos- pital. RILEY. — On January 25, to Ruth and Doug, of Belair— a son. At Park Terrace Private Hospital. SCRUTTON (nee Gray).— On Janu- ary 26, at McBride's, to Maureen and Bob — a son (Mark Gregory). Thank- ing all in attendance. SMITH (nee Grantham). — On Janu- ary 23, at Port Augusta Hospital, to Thora and Errol — a son (Darryl Clyde). Both well. Thanking all in attendance. STEELE (nee Fry). — On January 17, to Margaret and Bill — a daugh- ter (Jennifer Lynne). Both well. Thanking Dr. Nairn and hospital staff.     WAKEFIELD (nee Spencer). — On January 25, at Henley Private Hospi- tal, to Elsie and Jeff— a son (John). Thanks to Dr. Drew and hospital staff. YOUNG.— On January 19, at Port Augusta Hospital, to Mavis and Dave — a daughter (Marylin Irene). Thank- ing 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. 27/1/51 Miss Shirley Wade, 4 Clarke street, Walkerville.   Mr. H. Haskett, Willunga. Steven John Eats, Myponga (2 years). Alan John Austin, 38 Burt avenue, Hilton (2 years). Miss Ethel Sellin, Box 49, Wirrabara. Helen Mary Sims, 23 Wattle street, Largs Bay (10 years). Miss Betty Willis, Main street, Wal- laroo. Mrs. Ima Austin, 38 Burt street, Hil- ton. 28/1/51 Miss V. Lewis, Wallaroo Hospital. Mrs. L. D. Talbot, Gawler road, Poo- raka. Graham Dean Williams, 311 Esplan- ade, Henley Beach. Rosemary Swift, 7 Flinders street, Reade Park. Neila. Beames, 55 Close street, Peter- head. Mrs. S. P. Bond, 11 Victoria avenue, Unley Park. MARRIAGES PARSONS— LAMBERT.— The mar- riage was solemnised on January 10 at Maughan Church, of Sylvia, daugh- ter of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. R. Lambert and Guy, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Parsons. Rev. G. N. White officiated.   ROWE— BELL.— The marriage was solemnised on Saturday, January 13, at Unley, of Thelma, eldest daughter of Mrs. McMahon and the late Mr. McMahon, Graves street, Kadina, and Tiercel J. (Jack), only son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Rowe, Tayor street, Kadina. GOLDEN WEDDINGS WALTERS— RUSSELL.— Mr. and Mrs. G. Walters, of 33 Torrens avenue, New Hindmarsh wish to announce the 50th anniversary of their mar- riage, solemnised on January 30, 1901, at Arthur Street, Unley, by Pastor Mr. Geoffrey Gore. All relatives and friends cordially invited to At Home, Tuesday, January 30.

RUBY WEDDINGS VICK— WILLIAMS.— Mr. and Mrs. Vick, of 54 West street, Brompton, wish to announce the 49th Anniver- sary of their wedding, solemnised at Holy Trinity Church, North terrace, by Rev. Fredk. Webb. SILVER WEDDINGS FRY— TEMBY.— Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Fry, of 57 Seventh avenue, St. Mor- ris, wish to announce the 25th anni- versary of their marriage, solemnised on January 27, 1926, at Paddy's Sta- tion, Korunye, by the Rev. J. P. H. Tilbrook, M.A. LANGDON— ROGERS.— Mr. and Mrs. G. Langdon, Myponga, wish to announce the 25th anniversary of their marriage, solemnised January 28, 1926, at 'Kia Ora' Bews, by the Rev. C. W. Smith. KERLEY— CALDECOTT. — Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Kerley, of 59 Harrow road, Somerton Park (late Parilla), wish to announce the 25th anniversary of their wedding, solemnised on January 27, 1926, at Pinnaroo, by the Rev. R. H. Davidson. Approaching Marriages BAKER— PRATT. — The marriage of Irene, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Baker, to John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Pratt, both of Tailem Bend, will be solemnised at St. Columbine's Church, Tailem Bend, on Saturday, February 3, at 2.30 p.m. BRAITHWAITE — WOODROOFE.— The marriage of Dorothy June, youn- ger daughter of Mrs. G. and the late Mr. E. Braithwaite, of Maylands, to Thomas Leslie, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. H. Woodroofe, of Beu- lah Park, will be solemnised at Clay- ton Congregational Church, Norwood, on Saturday, February 3, at 6 p.m. CAREY— HENTSCHKE.— The mar- riage of Catherine, second daughter of Mrs. E. Carey, of St. Leonards, to Patrick, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hentschke, of Hawker, will be solemnised at Our Lady of Victories Church, Glenelg, on Saturday, Febru- ary 3, at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends cordially invited to ceremony. No reception.

Approaching Marriages —       CLIFFORD — MORGAN.— The mar- riage of Colleen Joan, younger daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Clifford, of Freeling, to Evan Germaine, only son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Morgan, of Whyalla, will be solemnised at St. Augustine's Church, Unley, on Satur- day, January 27, at 6 p.m. Reception at Southern Cross Hotel. CURL — CUTTS. — The marriage of Betty May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Curl, of Collinswood, to Albert Richards, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Cutts, of Mt. Gambier, will be solemnised at St. Andrew's Church, Walkerville, on Monday, January 29, at 7 p.m. DIENER — BERRY.— The marriage of Dawn Norma, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Diener of Frankton, to Harry Lloyd, second son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Berry, of Truro, will be solemnised at Eudunda Methodist Church on Saturday, February 3, at 6.30 p.m. FITZGERALD — COUSINS. — The marriage of Patricia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Fitzgerald, Hallett, to Andrew, son of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Cousins, Booborowie, will be solem- nised with Nuptial Mass in Rostrevor College chapel, at 9 a.m. on Satur- day, February 3. Reception, Hind-   marsh Town Hall. GRIMES— FISHER.— The marriage of Gwenyth Eva, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Grimes, of Fullar- ton Estate, to Roy Ellis, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. R. E. Fisher, of Ethelton, will be solemnised at St. Saviour's Church, Glen Osmond, on Saturday, February 3, at 7 p.m. No re- ception. Friends and relations cor- dially invited to ceremony. GRIVELL— LOMMON.— The mar- riage of Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Grivell, Payneham, to Laurie, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Lommon, Athelstone, will be solemnised at Methodist Church, Payneham, on Saturday, February 3, at 7 p.m HAMPEL— WIECH.— The marriage of Betty, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Hampel, of Kybunga, to Glen, only son of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. E. Wiech, of Blyth, will be solemnised at the St. Petri Lutheran Church, Blyth, on February 2, at 2.30 p.m.   HAREWOOD — WISEMAN. — The marriage of Esme, youngest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Harewood, of Maylands, Western Australia, to   Kevin, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Wiseman, of Rostrevor, will be solemnised at the Salvation Army, Maylands, Western Australia, at 6.30 p.m., Thursday, February 8. LESKE— KLOSE. — The marriage of Olive H., younger daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Leske, to Walter N., youngest son of Mr. W. A. and the late Mrs. Klose, both of Sep- peltsfield, will be solemnised at the Nain Lutheran Church, at 2 p.m., on Saturday, February 3. MAHONEY— PEDLER.— The mar- riage of Dawn, only daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. W. Mahoney, of Manuella, Mt. Hope, to Bernard, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Pedler, of Cum- mins, will be solemnised at Mt. Hope, on Thursday, February 1, at 6.30 p.m. Reception and dance to follow. Friends and relatives cordially in- vited. MAPLE— FOSKETT.— The marriage of Gwenneth, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Maple, of Wanbi, to Peter, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Foskett, of Woodville Park, will be solemnised at the Methodist Church, Woodville, on Saturday, Feb- ruary 3, at 6.15 p.m. MARSHALL — OSBORNE.— The marriage of Vilma, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Marshall, of Lock- hart avenue, North Kensington Park, to William, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Osborne, of Parkside, will be sol- emnised at Clayton Congregational Church, Norwood, on Saturday, Feb- ruary 3, at 7 p.m MARSHMANN — NOBBS — The mar-

riage of Margaret Felsted, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Marshman, of Toorak Gardens, to Jack McKay Nobbs, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Nobbs, of Rose Park, will be sol- emnised at Gartrell Memorial Me- thodist Church, Rose Park, on Sat- urday, February 3, at 3 o'clock. MATTNER — LOCK.— The marriage of Esther Vera, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Mattner, with Keith Walter, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Lock, both of Gawler Blocks, will be solemnised at Zion Lutheran Church, Gawler, on Satur- day, February 3, at 4 p.m. MERCER— HICKS.— The marriage of Evelyn, younger daughter of Mrs. L. Mercer, St. Peters, and the late Mr. Mercer, to Charles, eldest son of Mrs. A. Hicks, Lower North Adelaide, and late Mr. Hicks, will be solemnised at Scots Church, North terrace, on Sat- urday, February 3, at 6.30 p.m. MILL— KENNEDY.— The marriage of Rae, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mill, of Trinity Gardens, to Raymond Joseph, third son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Kennedy, of Laura, will be solemnised at St. Joseph's Church, Tranmere, on Saturday, February 3, at 6.15 p.m. MORRIS — ALLEYN.— The marriage of Marjorie, youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. J. Morris, of Torrensville, to Murray, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Alleyn, of Mt. Gambier, will be solemnised at the Torrensville Methodist Church on Friday, February 2, at 7 p.m. NICHOLLS—ARBON. - The mar- risge of Judith Lorraine, only child of

Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Nicholls, of Norton Summit, to Clary Edward, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Arbon, of North Walkerville, will be solemnised at St. Andrew's Church, Walkerville, at 7 p.m. on Saturday, February 3. OVERALL— GILLILAND.— The mar- riage of Barbara, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. Overall, of Parkside, to Robert, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Gilliland, of Parkside, will be solemnised at Holy Trinity Church, Adelaide, on Saturday, February 3, at 3.30 p.m. PATERSON— SPRIGG.— The mar- riage of Griselda, younger daughter of the late Robert Findlay Paterson, L.D.S. and of Mrs. Paterson, Paisley, Scotland, to Reginald C. Sprigg, of Station Park, will be solemnised at Scots Church, North terrace, at 6 p.m. on Saturday, February 3. PETERS— NOBES— The marriage of Marion Dora, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peters, to Leonard Harold, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Nobes, both of Chain of Ponds, will be solemnised at the Chain of Ponds hall on Saturday, February 3. Recep- tion at Gorge kiosk. RANDELL— CARTER.— The mar- riage of Eileen, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Randell, to Norman, third son of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Car- ter, both of Gumeracha, will be sol- emnised at Salem Baptist Church, Gumeracha, on Saturday, February 3, at 2.30 p.m. RAPHAEL — FRASER.—The mar-   riage of Valma Joy, younger daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. R. Raphael, of Cumberland, to Murray Robert, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Fraser, of Colonel Light Gardens, will be solemnised at Pirie Street Metho- dist Church on Saturday, February 3, at 6.30 p.m. Rev. E. M. Inga- mells officiating. REARDON— O'NEIL.— The marriage of Kathleen Veronica, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Rear- don, 'Rockvale,' Melrose, to Victor Michael, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. J. O'Neil, Murray Bridge, will be solemnised with Nuptial Mass, at Wilmington Catholic Church, on Saturday, February 3, at 8 a.m. ROWE — ROWE.— The marriage of Joyce Merle, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Rowe, to Ernest D., only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Rowe, both of Seacliff, will be solemnised at Sea- cliff Methodist Church on February 3, at 4.30 p.m.

RUSSELL — FRY. — The marriage of Alvena, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Russell, of Torrensville, to Howard, second son of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Fry, of Lockleys, will be solemnised at Pirie Street Methodist Church at 6 p.m. on February 3. SCHEER— SICKERDICK.— The mar- riage of Mary, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Scheer, of Mannum, to Gavin, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Sickerdick, of Lobethal, will be solemnised at St. Paul's Lu- theran Church, Palmer, on Saturday, February 3, at 2 p.m. SHARMAN— FRASER.— The mar- riage of Barbara Ann, elder daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Sharman, Pt. Wakefield, to John Gordon, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Fraser, Bowmans, will be solemnised at the Methodist Church, Port Wakefield, on Saturday, February 3, at 6 p.m. SINCLAIR — HILL.— The marriage of Dorothy, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Sinclair, Flagstaff Hotel, Darlington, to Sydney, third son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Hill, of Brinkworth street, Plympton, will be solemnised at Holy Trinity Church, North terrace, on February 3, at 4 p.m. SUPPLE— MOORE.— The marriage of Veronica Gertrude, daughter of Mr. P. F. and the late Mrs. Supple, of Prospect, to Robert Brian, son of Mrs. and the late Mr. R. O. Moore, St. Peters, will be solemnised at Rostrevor College Chapel on Saturday, February 3, at 10 a.m.   TAYLOR— DUFFY. — The marriage of Lila Mary, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Taylor, Penning- ton, to Reginald Thomas, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Duffy, Rose- water, will be solemnised with Nuptial Mass at St. Mary's Church, Port Ade- laide, on Saturday, February 3, at 9 a.m. TONKIN— BOOTHBY.— The mar- riage of Nancy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Tonkin, to Trevor, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Boothby, both of Macclesfield, will be solemnised at Macclesfield Methodist Church, on Friday, February 2, 7 p.m. TRAVIS— BUTTON.— The marriage of Nancy Patricia, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Travis, of Yorketown, to Harry S., only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Button, of Black Forest, will be solemnised at St.Columba's Church, Yorketown, with Nuptial Mass, on Saturday, February 3, at 9.30 a.m.

Approaching Marriages WILLIAMS— BELL— The marriage of Phyllis, on!ly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Williams, of Mt. Barker Springs, to Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. R Bell, Mt. Barker, will be solemnised at St. James's Church, Blakiston, on February 3, at 2 p.m. WOODLAND — BREWER.— The mar- riage of Yvonne, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Woodland, of Un- ley, to Arthur, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Brewer, of Linden Park, will be solemnised at Man- thorpe Memorial Church, Unley, on Saturday, February 3, at 7 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS   CAMPBELL— GRAY.— The engage- ment is announced of June, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Campbell, of Queensland, to Douglas, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Gray, of Scotland. DOWD— McKEOUGH.— Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Dowd, of Kilkenny, have much pleasure in announcing the en- gagement of their youngest daughter Philomena (Phaylie), to Patrick, only son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. McKeough, West Croydon. FILBY — CHAMBERS.— The engage- ment is announced of Jessica, of North Adelaide, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Filby, of Subiaco, W.A., to Laurence, only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Chambers, of Cum- berland avenue, Cumberland. FLETCHER— THOMAS. — The en- gagement is announced of Beth Wini- fred, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Fletcher, Eighth avenue, Joslin, to George William, only son of Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Thomas, Magill road, Norwood. HENRY— RAECK. — The engage- ment is announced of Kathleen Henry, Glenelg, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Henry, of Nowra, N.S.W., to Peter, only son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Raeck, of Glenelg. HODGSON— DAVIS.— The engage- ment is announced of Irene, eldest daughter of Mrs. S. E. Hodgson, and the late Mr. G. Hodgson, of Too- woomba, Queensland, to Jim, only son of Mr. J. G. and the late Mrs. E. Davis, of Bowden. LARRETT— McLELLAN.— The en- gagement is announced of Heather, elder daughter of Mr. J. Larrett, of Kilkenny, and Mrs. B. Larrett, of Gepp's Cross, to Marcus, only son of Mrs. L. J. McLellan, of Edwardstown, and the late Mr. McLellan. LEWIS — BERRY.— The engagement has been announced of Elizabeth May, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.   W. Lewis, of Moonta, to Anthony Bennett, twin son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Berry, of Wallaroo. McLOONE— GIRKE. —The engage- ment is announced of Joan, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Mc-   Loone, Woodville Gardens, to James, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Girke,   North Adelaide. MEAKINS—RILEY.— The engage-   ment is announced of Coral, third daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Meakins, of Angaston, to How- ard John, third son of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. H. Riley, of Adelaide. OLDS — PENNEY.— The engagement is announced of Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Olds, of Col. Light Gdns., to George, second son of Mr. and the late Mrs. F. Penney, of Plympton. POHLNER — SCHULZ. — Valdith Mary, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E Pohlner, Warracknabeal, Vic- toria, to Kenneth Wade, younger son of Mrs. D. M. Schulz, and the late Mr. Schulz, Warracknabeal, Victoria. SLAUGHTER— MUELLER.— The en- gagement is announced of Joy, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Slaughter, Francis arenue, Fullarton, to Mal- colm, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mueller, Nottage terrace, Medindie Gardens. YOUNG — BAIRD. — The engage-   ment was announced in Perth of Nanette, elder daughter of Mr. and   Mrs. D. G. Young, of Adelaide, to Donald, only son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Baird, of Cockatoo Island,   Western Australia, on January 9.  

DEATHS       BAKER.— On January 25, at Ade- laide, Violet May, beloved elder daughter of the late William Henry and Emma Selina Baker, and loved sister of Hilda, of 4 Reid street, Gaw- ler.   BARKER. — On January 26, at the residence of her niece, Mrs. Walter Stephenson, Mount Barker, Florence Julia, beloved aunt of Bruce (de- ceased), Roy (Sydney) and Coral (Mrs. Stephenson), Mount Barker.   In her 91st year. BLACKIE. — On January 26, at his late residence, Fifth avenue, Mellor Park, John, dearly beloved husband of Maud Blackie, loving father of Maud and Doreen, darling grandpa of John, and father-in-law of Gordon. Peacefully sleeping. BOSOMWORTH. — On January 25, at the residence of her daughter, 341 Glen Osmond road, Glen Osmond, Evelyn Elizabeth, the dearly beloved wife of the late Ross Bosomworth, late of Port Pirie, and loving mother of Phyllis and fond mother-in-law of Ross Crichton, and fond nanny of Jillian. Aged 62 years. CROOKS.— On January 22 (sud- denly), at his residence, Taragora, Archibald John, dearly beloved hus- band of Emma Edith, and loving father of John; formerly of Port Ade- laide. In his 71st year. Resting. DONOVAN. — On January 25, at Lourdes Valley, Mary Ann Donovan, late of Norwood. Aged 93 years. Requiescat in pace.

DRUMMOND. — On December 26, at hospital, Thomas Patrick Drummond, Royal Naval Div., Royal Engineers, late of 46 Braund road, Prospect. Loved brother of Edith Honner (dec.) and Frances Cushman, New York. Aged 78 years. HARVIE. — On January 25, at Jamestown Hospital, Elaine Joan, daughter of Joan and Walter Harvie, of Appila. Only lent. HISCOCK. — On January 26, Greg- ory James Hiscock, baby son Clem and Ruth Hiscock, of Ashville. Aged one year on January 29. Darling brother of Sandra and Janice. Peace- fully sleeping. Another little bud to bloom in heaven. JENNINGS. — On January 26, at Springbank Military Hospital, Harold George, dearly loved husband of Doris Irene Jennings, of 4 Forest street. Blair Athol. Loving father of Harold. Kenneth. Geraldine and Jimmy. Loved brother of Thomas, Fred and Ernest. Aged 50 years. MAIS. — On January 20, at Dawes Road Repatriation Hospital, Spring bank. Stewart James, second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. Me. Mair. and loving brother of BUI. Birdie and Cec. .Aged 53 years. MANI.— On January 26, at her son in-law's residence, 2 Fifth street, Bronrpton. Mrs. Margaret Ellen Mani. beloved mother ot Barb.. Jim. Jack. May. Ted, Amy (deceased). Aged 69. In God's care. MARTIN.— On January 26. at Ade laide. John (Bush), dearly loved hus band ot Myrtle Martin, of No. 11 West street, Queenstown, loved father of Rhonda and John. Requiescat in pace. MARTIN. — On January 26. at hos pital. Jack, loved son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Yates. brother-in-law of Doss, Doug. Rita, Bob. Dorrie and wur. O'CONNOR. — On January 26. at hospital. Peter John, dearly beloved husband of Mary O'Connor, and lov ing brother of Tom. Lizzie and Annie. Aged 72 years. RXP. FOYNTON. — On January 25, at his residence, 13 Broadbent terrace Why alla. suddenly. Edwin NeiL dearly be loved husband of Barbara Poynton. and loving father of Neil. Joan and David, and loved brother ot Violet. Mary and Sarah (Mrs. Le Lievre). of Adelaide. Ased 46 years. At rest.

SCHENKE. — On January 26. at Mur ray Bridge. Johann Friedrich Wll Selm. beloved husband of Mar; Amanda Schenke. late of Jervois West and late ot Kalyan. and loving father of Elva. Gordon. Dennis and Ronda (deceased). Aged 60 years. At rest. SCRIMSHAW. — On January 25 (re mit of accident). Frederick John, dearly beloved husband of Rita Scrimshaw, of 12 Rodda avenue. Ful larton Gardens. Aged 46 years. In Bod's care. SCRIMSHAW.— On January 25. re sult of accident. Frederick John Scrimshaw, of 12 Rodda avenue. Ful larton Gardens .the beloved brother di' Myrtle and Doris, and loving uncle o! Jean. Betty, Raymond. Dean, Elaine and Margaret. Thy will be done. SCRIMSHAW.— On January 25 (re sult ot accident). Frederick John Scrimshaw, of 12 Rodda avenue. Ful larton Gardens, dearly loved son in-law of Mrs. J. Blight, and loved brother-in-law of Linda. Sid and Marjorle Blight, ot 31 Fisher street. FuUarton. SCRIMSHAW.— On January 25. re sult ol accident, Frederick John Scrimshaw, ot 12 Rodda avenue. Ful Itrton Gardens. The loved brother in-law of net and Charlie, and lov ing uncle of Jessie. Dorothy. Velma. Mavis, Stan. Peter and Elaine SCRIMSHAW.— On January 25. re sult of accident. Frederick John Scrimshaw, of 12 Rodda avenue. Ful lerton Gardens, the loved brother in-law of Mabel and Frank, and lov ing uncle of Jean (deceased). Eric. Ivy, Thelma. Frank. Dorothy. Don ald and Elaine. SMYTHE. — On January 26 ( sud- denly), at her residence. 4 Albert street, Dulwich. Isabel Mabel, dearly beloved wife of Francis William Smythe. loved sister of Marlon. Dun- can, Archibald, also James and Albert (deceased). Aged 70 years. TRUSCOTT.— On January 24. at Adelaide. William Edgar Trufcntt. beloved brother-in-law of Clare and Alice Winfleld, uncle of Clarrie. George and Ivy. Aged 69 years. WILCHER. Maude. — Beloved mother ot Lewte. passed away January 10. 1951. at Dorset. Enzland. Also lov ine sister of Arthur. Ida. Con -d»c- and Ralfe. Late S-A. Police Force. At rest.

Heroes Of The Empire 'At the KOinK aowu ot the sun jnd in he morning we will remember them.' ARNOLIJ.— In loving memory ol mr ilear husband and daudy. Mick, iho pas.-eu away at Keswick Hospital lanu«ry n. 1945. Jeautil'ul memories silently kept M one we loved and shall never for get -For ever remembered by his loving rile Nance and children Judith and Trevor. ARNOLD.— In loving memory of lllcfcy. who passed away January !7. 1945. Time passes, but memories stay. —Ever remembered by his motherin aw. sisters and brothers-in-law. ARNOLD.— In loving memory of our iear son Max. who passed away at Keswick Hospital. January 27. 1945. Many a lonely heartache. Otten a silent tear. Always a beautiful memory Of a son we loved so dear. —Ever remembered by his loving nother and father. ARNOLD. — In loving memory ot my iear grandson Mick, who passed tway at Keswick, January 27, 1945. Life moves on. but memories stay As near and dear as yesterday. K true friend in heart and mind was my grandson. —Ever remembered bv his grandma Howell. BARRETT.— In loving memory of Doug, killed over Berlin, January 27. 1944.— Ever remembered. Gwen. FISHER. F. A.. RAAP.-In fond remembrance of my dear brother Frank, who passed away January 28. 1945. Darwin. A proud and sweet memory is a treasured possession: its loveUness increases with time; it can never pass into nothingness. —Remembered by sister Una and family. FISHER. F. H., R.A.A.F.— In loving memory of our dear brother and uncle, who passed away. Darwin. Jan uary 28. 1945. Fondest memories always. — Marjorie. Lloyd and family. Mun dalla. KELLY.— In loving memory of Pte. J. C. Kelly, killed in N.C January 26. 1945: also Sapper T. K. KeUy. drowned In Wagga. N.S.W., February 14. 1944. — Always remembered by their loving sister Pat and Mary Anne. SIEBERT.— In loving memory ot John, who lost his life off Derna, North Africa, on February 27, 1944. — Inserted by the Allan family. SIMS.— In loving memory of our dear uncle, drowned at Luzon. Jan. ary 28. 1945. we often look at your photo. You seem to smile and say Don't grieve, rm only sleeping. We'll meet again some day. —Inserted by Joyce. Ted and family. WhyaUa. WALSH. — In loving memory of dear Nick, SX12234. killed in action in N.G., Jan. 28 1943. Just a token, true and tender. To show, Nick, I still remember. — By Joan.

IN MEMORIAM ' ADAMS. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away Janu ary 28, 1938. No lapse of years, no space ot time. Can dim the loving past; Remembrance holds you ever near. As long as memory lasts. — Ever remembered by her loving family, Reynella. ADAMS. — In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away Janu ary 28. 1938. Your life is a lovely memory, your parting a silent grief, you sleep in God's beautiful garden in the sunshine of perfect peace, life is eternal, love still remains, in God's own time we will meet again.— Ever remembered by her son Dick. ANDREW, William Bennett.— In lov ing memory of my dear husband, who passed away January 27. 1945. Six long years of thinking. Of one 1 loved and lost; One who loved him dearly knows

niidi. tut paikiu^ Mum —Sadly missed by his loving wife. ANDREW. William Bennett.— In lov g memory of father, who passed iway six years today. As you rest in peaceful sleep, a loving memory I will always keep. — Remembered by his lov ing son Eddie. ANDREW.— In loving memory of dear lather, passed away January 27, You' never failed to do your best. Your heart was true and tender. You fought so hard for those you love And left us to remember. —Inserted by Clarrie. Lois. ARNOLD.— In memory of my brother Max, who passed away, Kes wick Hospital. January 27, 1945.— Re- membered always by his sister Ella and brother-in-law Rob. BAKER. — In loving memory of dear Bob. drowned January 27. 1944. It is not the tears at the moment shed that ten of the heart that Is torn. — Always remembered by his parents. BARONS. — In fondest memory ot our dear wife, mother and grand mother. Alice Edith, who passed away January 27. 1950. — Deeply mourned by her loving husband, chil dren and grandchildren. BLYTHMAN.— In loving memory ot our dear sister Sylvia, who passed away January 27, 1950. — Always re membered by her loving brother and sisters. ? BLYTHMAN.— In loving memory of our dear sister and aunty. Sylvia, passed away January 27, 1950.— Ever remembered by her loving sister Ida. brother-in-law Alt and Malsie. BRENNAN.— In loving memory ot

ny dear- wife Edith, who passed away Fanuary 28, 1950.— Sadly missed by ler loving husband. BRENNAN.— In loving memory of ny dear mother, who passed away ranuary 28. 1950.— Inserted by her oving daughter Dawn. . BRENNAN.— In loving memory ot jur dear mother and grandma, who passed away January 28. 1950. — Al- vays remembered by Jean. Alf and dilldren. BRENNAN.— In loving memory ot iur dear mother and grandmother, -rho passed away January 28. 1950. Resting in God's beautiful garden In peace she awaits our meeting. —Lovingly remembered by her daugh ter Doris, son-in-law Clyde and grand children. Stephanie and Felicity. BRENNAN.— In memory of my dear mother, passed away January 28. 1950. Your memory is our keepsake. From which we never part; 'God has you in His keeping. We have you in our hearts. —Always remembered by her loving son Max. daughter-in-law June, granddaughter Dawn BRENNAN.— In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away January 28. 1950. Every day in some sweet way Your memory comes our way, A silent thought, a secret tear. Always wishing you were here. — Always remembered by daughter Violet, son-in-law Jim and grand children. BROPHY.— In loving memory of mother, died January 27. 1948. Gone but not forgotten. — Ever remembered by Irene, Jack and family. BROWN. — In loving memory of my dear son Gordon, passed away Janu ary 28. 1950. As you rest in peaceful sleep Your memory I will always keep. —Inserted by his' loving father. BROWN.— In loving memory of my dear grandson Gordon, who passed away January 28. 1950. If your eyes could only open, what changes you would see. Perhaps it is far better, there is sweet rest for thee. — Sadly missed by his loving grand mother. BROWN. — In loving memory of Gor don, who passed away January 28. 1950. result of accident. We think of you in silence With hearts that are sincere. And cherish all the memories rtf th* rifln wh»n vnti 1TM-I? here.

-Ever remembered by his brother Don. 3etty. Lynette and Neddy. BROWN. — Fondest memories of Iear Perce. Memories remain ever rreen. — Ethel and Era. BROWN. — In loving memory ot iear Gordon, who passed away Janu lry 28. 1950. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. -Remembered always by Nancy. BROWN. — Cherished memories of lear Gordon, who passed away Janu iry 28. 1950.— Remembered always iy Mrs. Thamm. Kath and Gordon. BURLS. — In loving memory of my lear dad. passed away January 22. 1945. Golden memories, silently cept. of one I loved and will never forget. — Always remembered by his loving daughter Harriet. Syd and ;randsons. CLEARY. — In loving memory of jur dear wife and mother, who passed away January- 27. 1946. The flowers we place upon your grave May wither and decay. But our memories of you. dear mother. ' WiU never fade away. —Inserted by her loving husband and sons. CLEARY.— In loving memory ot mother, passed away January 27. 1945. Your memory is our dearest keepsake. —Phil and Mollle. CLEARY. — Fondest memory ot my dearly loved lister Clara, who pastil away January 27, 1946. — Always re membered by Edle. Les and family. CLEARY. — Cherished memories of a dear friend, who passed away January 27, 1946. — Ever remembsred by Lydla. Mick. Pearl. Dick. CLONAN.— In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away January 28. 1950. You never iailed to do your best. Your heart was true and tender. You fouulit so hard for those you loved And Ieli us to remember. — Forever remembered by Jim. Jean and Kev. CLONAX.— In loving memory of our dear mother and Krandma. who fell asleep January 1'8. 1950. In silence we remember.— Inserted by Wally. Sjdle 'cLONANl— In lovine memory of dear mother and grandma, who passed a-xav January 23. 1950. 'Tis not the words, thry are but f*w. But thr lovinz mftnory ir have of vou. —Inserted by Doris. Len and family. Parrakie.

IN MEMUKIAIM CLONAN.— In loving memory o! nother. who fell asleep on January !R. 1250. Vhat I'd sive to see mum's smile. To lalk with her and laugh a while: fhose of you who have a mother. - :tierish her with care. -Ever remembered by her loving son CLONAN.— Loving thoughts ot our lear mother and grandma, who passed iway January 28. 1950. U- have jou in our memory. God has you in His care. -Inserted by Dulcle. Phil. Jillian and -loyd. CLONAV.— In loving memory of a iear friend, passed away January 28. 1950. — Always remembered by Mrs. F. lenkinson. CRABB inee Johns i. — In loving memory of Thelma. who passed away January 28, 1938. — Ever remembered l-y cister Pearl and family. CURI ? In loving memory ot Al bert Edward, who passed away Janu ary 27. 1950. In a little while and re shall meet the loved whose toil is I'er. and plant with Joy our bounding Teet on Canaan's radiant shore: where free from all earth's cares and fears, ve'll part no more through endless pears. — Inserted by his loving wife. CURL. — In loving memory of father »nd grandfather, who passed away January 27. 1950. Thoughts drift back to bygone days, life moves on, but memories stay. — Inserted by son Al bert. Marlorle, Phyllis and Bob. CURL. — In treasured memory of 3'.r dear father, wlio fell asleep Janu ary 27. 1950. The end was sudden, the shock severe. We little thought the end was near. A sudden change in a moment fell, with not a chance to say farewell. He never complained, he was not that kind: he was one ot those fathers hard to find. Just to hear his voice, and see him smile, then life to us would be worthwhile. — Inserted by his loving daughters Lena. Rose, sons-in-law Harold and Jack. CURL. — In loving memory of our dear grandfather, who passed away on January 27. 1950. Just a token, fond and true. From those who thought the world of you. — Ever remembered by his loving granddaughter Gladys, Ken and fam ly^ ? CURL. — In sad but loving memory of grandfather, who went home to rest on January 27, 1950. Memories are golden.— Inserted by his two grand sons. Jack and Alb. DOYLE.— In memory of dear grandma, passed away January 27. 1949.— Ever remembered by Fay, Connie and Mervyn. EBERT. — In loving memory of dear mum and nanna. who passed away January 27. 1949. A smiling face, a heart of gold: A loving memory we will always hold. — Ever remembered by your loving son Roland, daughter-in-law Edna, grandsons Dean and Ian. EBERT. — In loving memory of mother and nanna, passed away January 27. 1949. Time moves on but memories stay. — Always remembered by Daphne.

EBERT. — In loving memory of our iear sister May. passed away January !7. 1949. God walked among the. flowers looking for the best. He chose our darling sister And took her home to rest. — Ever remembered by sisters Dor ;en. Ollie and Annie, brother Perce and brothers-in-law Con and Ernie. FISHER. F. H. — In loving memory jf our dear son Frank Hugh, who passed on at Darwin.' January 28. 1945. IUAF. Treasured memories. —Inserted by mother and father. FORREST. — In loving memory ot ny dear mother, passed away January n. 1950. It does not need a special day To bring you back to mind; The days I do not think of you Are very hard to find. —Ever remembered by daughter Daisy and son-in-law George. FORREST.— In loving memory of dear mother, passed away January 27. 1950. Sad is my heart, when In silence alone. I cherish sweet memories that are only my own Of one of the dearest and one ot the best: A lovely mother now laid to rest. — Ever remembered by Aggie P. Snow. FRY. — In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away January 28. 1950. A wonderful husband laid. to rest. For one and aU he did his best; His love was true, his heart was kind. No father like this on earth you would ever flnd. —Inserted by his wife and son Peter. FRY. Howard Charles.— In loving memory of our dear brother-in-law and Uncle, who passed away January 28. 1950. Not just today but every day In silence we remember. — Ever remembered by Henry, Virgie and Bill. FRY. — In loving memory of Charlie, who passed away January 28. 1950. — Remembered alwavs by Eileen and Jim. GILLARD. — Fondest memories of mother and grandma, who passed away January 27. 1943: also father and grandfather, who passed away February 4. 1942. Dearly loved, sadly missed. — Inserted by Ethel and family. GILLARD.— In loving memory of our dear father, who fell asleep Feb ruary 6. 1942; also mother, January 27. 1943. Resting where no shadows tall. In perfect peace they await us all. — Inserted by their loving son Bert, daughter-in-law Asnes and erand

:nuaren. GILLARD.— In loving memory of jur mother, who passed away Janu »ry 27. 1943. In silence we remember. —Inserted by Lil and family. GILLARD.— In loving memory of -ur mother, who passed away Janu 27. 1943. We have you in our memory. God has you in His care. —Inserted by Rose. Jim and family. GRIEGER. — In loving memory of our dear mother Mathilde Elisabeth, who passed away on January 28, 1949, and also our dear father Rudolph Gotthold, who passed away on July 24th, 1944. Your life is a lovely memory. Your parting a silent grief. You sleep In God's beautiful garden. In the sunshine of perfect peace. Life is eternal, love still remains. In God's own time, we win meet again. — Ever remembered by their dear chil- dren Edwin, Vera and Dudley. New Well.   GRIEGER. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who was called to rest on January 28, 1949. Safe in the arms of Jesus, Away from all sorrow and care: In the beautiful kingdom of heaven She is waiting to welcome us there. — Lovingly remembered by her daugh- ter and son-in-law Nelda and Garry. HADDY. — In loving memory ot our dear dad. who passed away January 27. 1950. — Ever remembered by Tom, Nell and family. HADDY. — In loving memory ot grandpa, who passed away January 27. 1950. — Jean. Les and family. HALL. — In loving memory of our dear father and grandpa, who passed away January 28. 1950. — Ever lovingly remembered by son Max. Myra and Margaret. HENNESSY. — Loving memories of Ted. who fell asleep on January 27. 1950. Your memory is our keepsake. From which we'll never part. — Always remembered by sisters and brother. HUDSON. — In fond and loving me mory of our dearest son Allen G.. who passed away January 27. 1949. Not lust today, but every day. In silence we remember him — Sadly missed by his lovinc mother and father.

HUNTER. — Deep In our Hearts will ?vcr linser the treasured memory ot mr darling son and only child David Windsor, who fell asleep on January !8. 1948. Aged 10 years. Some may think you are forgotten When at times they see us smile: 3ut whatever we do or wherever we go. You are beside us all the while. Seep in our hearts your loving memory is kept. We. who loved you. will never forget. -So loved and so sadly missed by lis ever loving mummy and daddy, tlso nanna and Bea. JENKE. — In loving memory of our iear mother, who passed away Janu iry 27. 1949. A wonderful mother, gone to rest. For each of us she did her best: A love so true, a heart so kind. A better mother no one could flnd. —Inserted by her loving daughters. JENKE. — In loving memory ot dear mother. As you rest in peaceful sleep. Your loving memory I will always fceep. — Ever remembered by Ben. JENKE. — In loving memory ot dear mother and nanna. who passed away January 27. 1949. — Ever remembered by Sam. Beat and family. JENKE. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away January 27. 1949. Just a. sad and lonely longing for the days that used to be. —Sadly missed by her son Ben. daughter-in-law Dolly, grandchildren Ron. Allen. Bobby. JOH.VSO.V. — Jane, of Glyde street. Kensincton. died January 28. 1947. Lovins memory of mum. —Forever in our thouehts. Eva and Joe. JONES. — In loving memory of dear Rose, who passed away January 28. 1944. Too dearlv loved to be forgotten. — Inserted by Dais. Harold and fam ?JONES.— Cherished memories of dear mother, who passed away ut West Croydon. January 28. 1944.— We have only vour beautiful memorv to remember our while life through: but its love will linger for ever, as we treasure the ima«e of you: Through all the changing days of life, one thinu remains the same, the priceless gift of mothers love, the sweetness of her n.ime.— Dearlv lored bv Beryl and Allen. JONES.— In lovlns memory of dear sister Rose, who passed away Janu ary 28. 1944. — Always remembered by Alter and Alec and family. I.F.VERSHA. Grorcc Maskel.— Fond- est memories of a dearly beloved huj o:md and father, passed away J.inu arv 27. 1S39.— Ever remembered by his leving wife OUv* and daughter June

? IN MEMORIAM MacGKEGOR. W. W.— In lovt. u nemory of nur dear husband anil i ather. -,vhc passed »t»j Januj'y ? 7. 1919. Just a token true and tender. To show near dad. we will alway. remember. Inserted by his loving wife and on and dauchter. ' MacGREGOR.— In loving memory it dad. v.'ho passed away January 27. 949. A thought for today, A memory forever. —Inserted by his loving wife Nell, ind Ida. Heib. MANNING.— Cherished memories of )ur dear dad and grandpa, passed iway January 28. 1945. — Always re r.embered by Len. Doll and grand :hildren. MANNING.— In fond memory of lad and grandpa, passed away Janu ary 28. 1945. — Remembered by Will. Plo and family. MeMILLAN.— In loving memory of mum, passed away January 28, 1949. Years are quickly passing. But memories are everlasting. —Sadly missed by son Bill, daughter in-law Jean and grandchildren. MENZEL. — In loving memory of my beloved husband. E. G., who j passed iway January 27. 1937. You cannot come to me, my dear, some day, I'll come to you. — Sadly missed by his lonely wife Louise. MESSENGER. — In loving memory at our dear friend Don. (Lucky), passed away result ot accident. Jan uary 27. 1950. Forever in our thoughts. —Fondly remembered by Mr. and Mrs. Reed and family. Belair, late of . 'MESSENGER.— In loving memory of our dear irlend Don. who passed away January 27. 1950, result Tara kan accident. — Remembered always by Dawn and Basil. ? MESSENGER.— In loving memory of of Don. who passed away January 27. 1950. — Ever remembered by Mr. and vrt-« Art.wnnd and Greta.

MESSENGER. — In loving memory oi dear Don, who passed away January 27 One ot the kindest, one of the best, the kind ot friend we'll never forget.— Inserted by Don and Mellie. MULUNS.— In loving memory of dear mother, died January 27. 1940. God looked down from Heaven, seeking for the best and found our dearest mother and took her home to rest. — Always remembered by her daughter Beat, son-in-law Frank and grandchildren. MUNDY, Annie. — Passed away Jan uary 27. 1947. — Always remembered by Vera, Bert. Shirley, Alwyn and Jim. NELSON.— In loving memory of my dear wife Myrtle, who passed away January 27. 1948. She gave for us her very best. May God grant her eternal rest. — Inserted by her loving husband Herb NELSON. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away January 27. 1948. Her love has a beautiful memory. Her absence a silent sorrow.

3rantley and Jeffrey. NELSO'. — In loving memory of my lear mother, who passed away ranuary 27. 1948. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. -Inserted by her son Sid, and daugn er-in-law Glad. NELSON.— Treasured memories of jur dear mother, who passed away lanuary 27, 1948. What ever else we fail to do. We never fail to think of you. -=Ever remembered by Gwen and Headley. NELSON.— In loving memory o dear mother and grandma, who passed sway January 27. 1948. A day to remember, sad to recall, \ dearly loved mother missed by as aH. — Ever remembered by Eric. Jud ith. Rodney and Gary. PHILLIPS.— In loving memory of my dear son Richard, died January 28. 1934 God takes our loved ones from our homes But never from our hearts. — Ever remembered by his mother, brother Norman and BilL | FLATTEN. — Treasured memories of our dear father and grandpa, who passed away January 28, 1950. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept. Of one we loved and will never foi get. —Sadly missed by Eric. Jean. Pamela. Colin. P L A T T E N, George. — Loving memories of our dear dad. We think ot you in silence. With hearts that are sincere; And cherish all the memories. Of the days when you were here. —Always remembered by Ivy and Will. ? FLATTEN. — In loving memory of dear Pop. who passed away Janu ary 28. 1950. Beautiful memories silently kept Of a loving father we'U never forget. — Ever remembered by his son Peter and daughter-in-law Dorothy. PLUMMER. — Treasured memories of our darling son and brother Ronald, who fell asleep January 28, 1S49. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept. Of one we love and win never for —Sadly missed and longed for by mummy, daddy. Dean and Faye. PLUMMER. — Sweetest memories of our little grandson Ronald, who passed away January 28. 1949. Peacefully sleeping, so sadly missed. — Inserted by grandma and grandad and Lawrence. Lenswood. RAVEN. — Cherished memories of dear dad. died January 28. 1946.

lo De together in we same oiu way. Would be our dearest wish today. —Ever remembered by Joyce, Howard ind Deirdre. RAVEN.— In loving memory of our iear dad. passed away January 28. .946. Hany a lonely heartache. Often a silent tear. Uways a beautiful memory. Ot a father we loved so dear. —Always remembered by- Bill. RAVEN. — Cherished memories ot iear dad. who passed away on Jan lary 28. 1946. What we'd give to see dad smile. To talk to him and laugh awhile, ro be together in the same old way. Would be our dearest wish today. —Sadly missed by his loving wife. RAVEN.— In loving memory of our dear dad, who passed away on Jan uary 28. 1946. Five sad years of longing. For the dear dad we lost. We who loved him dearly know. What the partis? cost. — Sadly missed by his loving son Matt, Iris and John. RAVEN.— In loving memory of our dear dad. passed away January 28. 1946. We think of you hi silence. We often repeat your name. But all we have to look upon. Is your photo in a frame. — Always remembered by Flo. Jim and Bonnie. RAVEN. — In loving memory of dear dad, passed away January 28. 1946. Sweet is your memory. Also your name. Dear In our hearts. You will always remain. —Inserted by Rose, Tom and Mar garet, of Melbourne. RAWNSLEY. J. W.— In loving me mory of our dear father and grand father, who passed away January 28. 1950. — Always remembered by Jean and family. RIDLEY.— In loving memory of our dear mother, passed away January 27. You lived for those you loved. And those you loved remember. — Inserted by Reg. and Norm, wives and grandchildren. ROBSHAW. — In loving memory of dad. passed away January 28. 1949. A wonderful nature, a heart of gold.

no ociicr iuiuci, iuo wiuiu luiuu hold. — -£ver rememoered by son Jack, daughter-in-law Marge. ROBSHAW. — In loving memory of my dear dad. who passed away Janu ary 28. 1949. He lives forever in my heart. — Always remembered by his son Jim. ROBSHAW. — In loving memory o our brother and uncle, who passed away January 28, 1949. A thought for today. A memory forever. —Inserted by his brother Jack, nephew Alex and niece Floss. ROUSB.— Cherished memories of our dear mother and grandmother, cho died January 28. 1946. The memories ot the days we shared. Those happy years together: Still bind us in that love divine. Which death can never sever. —Ever remembered by Ivy. Cec and family. ROUSE.— Loving memories of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away January 28. 1946. No length of time can take away. The thoughts of you from day to We smile with the world, but never forget. In the garden of memories you live with us yet. — Remembeied alwavs by Glad. Fred and Gladys. ROUSE.— In loving memory of our dear grandmother, who passed away January 28, 1946.— Ever remembered by Mil and Goraon. ROWE.- In loving memory of our dear brother and uncle Albert, who passed away January 27. 1949. — Al- ways remembered by his sister Nellie. Leah and Albert. SCHLAIKIER.— In ever loving memory of Frankie, died result of accident. January 27. 1947. In our thoughts you are always near. -Inserted by his loving mother, father, sister and brothers. SHARP. — In fond remembrance of dear da£. passed away January 29. 1945.— Sadlv missed by Les. Jean and children. ' SPARBIEK.— In IovIiik memory of my dear mother, passed away January 27. 1949. As you rest in peaceful sleep. Your lovlni; memory we will always keep. - Alua\s remembered by her lovlnR dauchter Fan. son-in-law, xrand .-.ons Frank and Tun. STKELE. — -Treasured memories of my two dearest sons. Jack, dint .la'nuary ?.*. 1934: and Line, died Feh ruarr ' 23. 19.1S.— Forever In my thought*, mother and family.

IN MEMORIAM THOMPSON.— In loving memory ol num and eran.. who passed awa} lanuary 28. 1950. She lelt a beautiful memorv, A sorrow too great to be told. But to those wiio loved her. Memory will never grow old. -Sad;y missed by Tom. Chris., grand children at- Brompton. THOMPSON.— Cherished memories -f my dear mother. Celia, passed inray January 28. 1950. A wonderful mother laid to rest. For one and all she did her best. Always loving, unselfish and kind, A beautiful memorv to leave behind. —Ever remembered by her loving laughter Elsie, and grandchildren 3Iadys. Jack and Violet. THOMPSON.— In loving memory of )ur dear mother-in-law and Nan IMat, who passed away January 28. 1950. IVe have onlv your beautiful memory To remember our whole life, through. But its sweetness will linger forever. As we treasure that memory of you. —Sadly missed by her loving laughter-in-law. Lil and family. TBCMPSON.— Loving memory of ~elia, passed suddenly away. — Al- rays remembered by Leah and family. THOMPSON. Ceilla Jane.— Cher- ished memories of our dear sister and aunty, passed away at Adelaide Dn January 28. 1950. We will always be side by side dear. Just as we always have been. —Inserted by your lovins sister Eliza Jones and niece, Mrs. W. Tegerdine. THOMPSON. — Loved memories of our dear sister and aunt, died Janu ary 28. 1950: also our dear nephew and cousin George, died December 18. 1949. Gone Is the laughter we loved to hear. At fest with her children she loved so dear. — Inserted by Grace, Bet. Jim. fcmily. Melbourne. THOMPSON. — Loving memories of our dear Aunt Cell., passed away Janu ary 28. 1950. — Ever remembered bv

.vy. daan ana uoiiy. i^ovea oy au. THOMPSON. Ceilla Jane.— In lov ng memory of my dear sister, passed iway at Adelaide. January 28. 1950. Silver hair, heart of gold, sweet is your name: So dear the days of. long ago. -Inserted by loving sister Ruth Mc ?vechnie. 18 Wokurna street. Mit :ham. TSCHIEPIG.— In loving memory of ny dear wife Joan, who passed away January 27. 1948. ' ' Your loving nature, kindly wijs. WUl be my memories always. —Inserted by her loving husband Uwin. TSCHIRPIG. — Treasured memories 3f our darlinz mother, who passed iway January 27, 1948. What we would do to see your smile. To talk with you and laugh awhile. —Sadly missed by her loving daugh ters Marlene and Janice. TSCHIRPIG. — In loving memory o our dear friend Joan, who passed away January 27. 1948. — Always re membered bv Lorna and Jack Austin. TSCHIRPIG. — Cherished memories at Joan, who passed away January 27. 1948. Golden memories silently kept of one we love and will never forget.— Val and Snow. WEBB. — In lovinc memory ot our bear son Alan, who passed awav January 27, 1948. He Uved for those heJoved. And those who loved remember. — Sadly missed by his loving mother and father. WHITING. — In loving memory of my dear sister Ethel. who passed away January 27. 1941.— Always re membered by her loving sister. Sis. WHITINGTON-PEARCfc. — Cherished memories of dear Sylvia, passed away January 27. 1944. — Always re membered by her sisters and brothers. WILSON. — In loving memory ot father, Peter Wilson, died at Kes wick, January 27. 1949, also mother died February. 1939. Sadly missed.— Norman and Elizabeth. WITTO.— Loving tnoughts of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away January 27. 1949. Not just today, but every day. In silence we remember. —Sadly missed by her loving daugh ter and son-in-law Mary and Llone and grandchUdren Geoff. Patty and Bobby.

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