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 BARBER (nee Scrymgour).— On February 14, at Calvary, to Shirley, wife of Flight-Lieut. H. R. Barber— a daughter. BISHOP (nee Wye).— Feb. 13, at Uraidla, to Eva and Cyril— a son (Phillip Allen). Both well. Thank- ing Dr. Max Reid and Sister Anthill. BRAY (nee LeLeu). — On February 14, at Memorial Hospital, to Joan and Dudley— a son (Philip William). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Graham Bennett and hospital staff. BUCKLEY (nee Trewinack).— At Glenelg Community Hospital, on Feb- ruary 14, to Gloria and Allan — a daughter (Andrea Jane). Both well. CAMILLERI.— On February 14, at Mannum District Hospital, to Kath and Bill— a son. Thanking Dr. Bennett, Matron Martin, sisters and hospital staff. CROFT (nee Catt).— On February 17, at Memorial Hospital, to Beryl and Edwin— a son (Peter Edwin). Both well. EMMETT.— On February 16, at Cal- vary, to Ilfra, wife of Norman— a son. EVANS (nee Hill). —At Northern Hospital, February 14, to Betty and Harry— a son. Special thanks to Dr. Hamilton and Misses O'Brien. HANRAHAN.— On February 12, to Vonni and Laurie, at Q.V.M.H.— a daughter. HAVERLAND (nee Stewart). —On February 11, at Henley Hospital, to Joyce and Roy— a daughter. Thank- ing Dr. Moody and staff. JORASLAFSKY.— On February 13, at Yorketown Hospital, to Betty and Gordon— a daughter. KEEN.— February 16, at Calvary, to Verona and Frank— a son (Owen Michael). Sincere thanks to all in attendance. MACK (nee Wilson).— On February 15, at Memorial Hospital, to Lily and Ron — a daughter (Beverley Ruth). MACKLIN (nee Dawson).— On Feb- ruary 13, at Sirius, to Gwen and Eddie— a son (David Stewart). Thank- ing all in attendance. Visitors after 17/2/51 McCARTNEY (nee Richards).— On February 12, at Mile End Emergency Hospital, to Bruce and Sybil— twin daughters. Thanks to Dr. J. D. Rice and hospital staff. McLOUGHNEY (nee Hersey).— On February 10, at Tresillian Hospital, Perth, to Madge and Ross— a son (Bruce Steven). Both well. MYERS (nee Youl).— On February 14, at Monreith, to Pam— a daughter. Both well. Thanking all in attend- ance. No visitors please. Hospital regulations. OSBORNE (nee Brady).— On Feb- ruary 15, at Monreith Hospital, to Maureen and Bruce— a son. Thank- ing all in attendance. No visitors for seven days. PAECH (nee Heidrich).— On Febru- ary 6, at Murray Bridge S.M. Hos- pital, to Grace and Ken — a son. Thanking Dr. Rowe and all in at- tendance. PARDEY (nee Parham). — To Pam- ela and Ross, at Calvary, on February 15— a son (Stephen Lescombe). Thanks to Dr. Boyd Turner and staff. PATERSON.— On February 14, at Calvary, to Pat and Lionel— a son (Barry Colin). Thanking Dr. J. Rice and hospital staff. PENDER (nee Strawbridge).— To Nita and Alex— a daughter, on Feb- ruary 16, at Belmont. Thanking Dr. Bollen, matron and hospital staff. RAYMENT.— At Memorial Hospital, February 16, to Jean and John, of Erindale— another daughter (Julie Ann). Both well. ROSS.— On February 16, at Mc- Bride's, to Vera and Sydney— a daugh- ter (Dorothy Elizabeth). Both well. Thanking Dr. Ronald Verco and hos- pital staff. SIMPSON. —On February 16, at Park Terrace Private Hospital, to Es telle and John —a daughter (Eliza beth). SIMS (nee Morgan). —To Joyce and Royce —a son (Ronald Craig). At Belmont Hospital, Largs Bay. Thank ing Dr. Elix, Matron Hepworth and staff. SLAPE (nee Odegaard). —On Febru ary 15, at Q.V.M.H., to Rose and Keith —a daughter (Dianne Joy). STEWART (nee Harris). —On Feb ruary 1, at Whyalla Hospital, to Lionel and Greta —a daughter (Ros lyn Jean). Thanking Dr. Henry and hospital staff. STEWART (nee Gordon). —On Feb ruary 13, at Blackie Memorial Hos pital, Albury, to Margaret and James (Brocklesby, N.S.W.) —a son (Robert James). STRINGER. —At Port Broughton Hospital on February 14, to Joyce and Roy —a son (Lynton John). Thanking Dr. John and hospital staff. STURMER (nee O'Brien). —On Feb ruary 12, at St. John of God's Hos pital, Subiaco, Western Australia, to Yvonne and Pat —a son. TELFER. —On February 15, at McBride's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Allan Telfer —a son. WALKLEY. —On February 13, at Monreith, to Una and Jack —a daugh ter. Thanking all in attendance. No visitors. WILDASH. —On February 15, at Memorial Hospital, to Mary, wife of Tom Wildash —a daughter. WYATT (nee Cruett). —On February 14, at Henley Private Hospital, to Nancy and Bill—a daughter. Thank ing Dr. Grote and staff. 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. 17th February Margaret Martin, Pinnaroo (7 years). Miss Doreen Lean, 212 Archer street, North Adelaide (21 years). Walter Mark Muller, 17 Bedford street, Croydon Park. Joan Huxtable, Borrika. Miss Isabel Drummond, 45 Fisher ter- race, Mile End. Kathleen M. Rathjen, Birdwood. Ronald Parken, 29 Henley street, New Mile End (5 years). Bruce Malcolm Partridge, South road, Darlington. 18th February Mrs. J. G. Hallam, 28 Pier street, Glenelg. Mrs. A. Irvine, 6 Dudley avenue, Reade Park. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Irvine, Native Medical Training School, Wewak, New Guinea. Graham Hogan, 17 Short street, Way- ville. Miss Edith Helen McDonald, 18 Payne- ham road, St. Peters. Ross Milton LeCornu, 446 Morphett road, Warradale Park. Robert F. Bird, 62 Bagot avenue, Mile End. MARRIAGES GALVIN— DIEKMAN.— The mar- riage of Gwendoline R., only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. O. Diekman, St. Peters, to Michael F., second son of Mr. and Mrs. M. Galvin, Prospect, was solemnised at St. Laurence's Church, Nth. Adelaide, on February 10. HIXON— GODDARD.— The mar- riage of Mollie Aileen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Goddard, of Semaphore, to Walter Bennett, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Hixon, of Exeter, was solemnised at St. Bede's Church, Semaphore on Febru- ary 9. Rev. F. B. Hewitson officiated. DIAMOND WEDDINGS AUNGER.— Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Aunger, 382 Unley road, Unley, sin- cerely thank their family, relatives and many friends for diamond wed- ding celebrations, personal greetings, gifts, cards, numerous telegrams and letters, all greatly appreciated. 45th Wedding Anniversory HILL.— Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hill, of Price, wish to announce the 45th an- niversary of their wedding solemn- ised at Broken Hill, February 17, 1906, by the late Rev. Murray. PEARL WEDDINGS JENNER— FARMILO — Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Jenner, of Nairn, have pleas- ure in announcing the 30th anniver- sary of their marriage, solemnised on February 17, 1921, at St. Luke's Church of England, Vermont, Vic- toria, by the Rev. Thomas McKeon. SILVER WEDDINGS BAKER— WILLIAMS— Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Baker, of Yorketown an- nounce the 25th anniversary of their wedding, solemnised in the Curra- mulka Methodist Church, February 18, 1926. by Rev. J. H. Pointon. CARTER.— Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Carter, of Kintore street, Mile End, wish to announce the 25th anniver- sary or their marriage, solemnised at the Holy Trinity Church, Adelaide, February 18, 1926 by late Rev. Fulford. LEWIS— LUCKETT.— Mr. and Mrs. H. G. (Jim) Lewis, of 60 The Ter- race, Port Pirie, wish to announce the twenty-fifth anniversary of their mar- riage solemnised in Adelaide on February 19, 1926. WHIBLEY— HARVIE.— Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Whibley, of Booleroo Centre, have pleasure in announcing the 25th anniversary of their marriage, solemnised on February 17, 1926, at Tarcowie Methodist Church, by the Rev. B. S. Howland. Approaching Marriages BAKER— MELVILLE.— The marriage of Catherine Alice, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Baker, of King William street, Kent Town, to Basil John, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Melville, will be solemnised at St. Bartholomew, Beulah road, Nor- wood, on Feb. 24, at 3 p.m. BERGSTROM— GLOVER.— The mar- riage of Peggy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. H. Bergstrom, Osmond street, St. Leonards, to Noel (of Yee- lanna), youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Glover, Port Lincoln, will be solem- nised at Pirie street Methodist Church, on Saturday, Feb. 24. at 3 p.m. Rev. N. Usher officiating. _
Approaching Marriages BLENKIRON — DEED.— The mar- riage of Ruth, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Blenkiron, to George, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Deed, both of Murray Bridge, will be solemnised in the Murray Bridge Methodist Church, Saturday, February 24, at 2 p.m. BURTON— SEIDEL.— The marriage of Una Connie, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. C. Burton, of Stockade Reserve, Northfield, to Cyril Roy, of Mildura, Vic. only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Seidel, of Blanche- town, will be solemnised at Pirie street Methodist Church, on Saturday, Feb- ruary 24, at 1.30 p.m. CANUTE — HOLLAND.— The mar- riage of Colette Marie, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Canute, of Mile End, to Rex Allen, second son of Mr. and the late Mrs. A. E. W. Holland, Warracknabeal, Vic., will be solemnised at Queen of Angel's Church, Thebarton, on February 24, at 5.30 p.m. CLARK— CHOMEL.— The marriage of Barbara Joy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Clark, of Welland, to Geoffrey Cecil, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Chomel, of Nailsworth, will be solemnised at the West Hind- marsh Methodist Church on Saturday, February 24, at 3 p.m. DAVIDSON— RUMBALL.— The mar- riage of Joy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Davidson, of Albert Park, to Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rumball, of West Croydon, will be solemnised at St. Margaret's Church, Woodville, on Saturday, Feb- ruary 24, at 7.15 p.m. DAVISON— O'MULLANE.— The mar riage of Gwen, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Davison, of Torrensville, to John, second son of Mr. and Mrs. B. O'Mullane, of Cooroy, Queensland, will be solemnised at the Congrega- tional Church, Huntriss street, Tor- rensville, on Saturday, February 24, at 5.30 p.m. DODSON— DAVIES.— The marriage of Lauris, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Dodson, of George street, Thebarton, to Jack, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Davies, also of Thebar- ton, will be solemnised at Mile End Church of Christ, on Saturday, Feb- ruary 24, at 7 p.m. FAGGOTTER — WHITFORD.— The marriage of Daisy Joan, second daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Faggotter, and Kenneth Brian, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. K. N. Whitford, both of My- ponga, will be solemnised at Pirie street Methodist Church on February 24, at 2.30 p.m. Reception at Maple Leaf. GLOEDE— BELL.— The marriage of Coral Yvonne, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Gloede, Plympton, to Horace Maxwell, only son of Mr. and the late Mrs. F. W. Bell, Ash- bourne, will be solemnised at the Methodist Church, Plympton, on Saturday, February 24, at 1.30 p.m. HANOLD — FRANCIS.— The mar- riage of Jeannine, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hanold, of Bridgewater, to Gordon, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis, also of Bridgewater, will be solemnised at Church of Epiphany, Crafers, Saturday, February 24, at 6.30 p.m. JACKSON— COLES.— The marriage of Edna M., youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Jackson, of Rose- water Gardens, to Harold E., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Coles, of Largs Bay, will be solemnised at Otta- way Congregational Church on Satur- day, February 24, at 6.30 p.m. JAMES— DREW.— The marriage of Nell, younger daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. P. Robinson, to Colin, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Drew, will be solemnised at Scot's Church, North terrace, on Saturday, February 24, at 7 p.m. KRANZ — WHITEFORD.— The mar- raige of Betty, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Kranz, of Croydon Park, to Bill, only son of Mrs. W. Whiteford and the late Mr. W. White- ford, of Goodwood Park, will be solemnised at St. Paul's C. of E., Pulteney street, on February 24, at 6.30 p.m. LLOTD— WHITE.— The marriage of Mary Jean, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Lloyd, of Burra, to Donald Allan, second son of Mrs. and the late J. R. White, of Burra, will be solem- nised at Kooringa Methodist Church on February 24, at 1.30 p.m. NICHOLSON— DOWSETT. — The marriage of Coral, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. P. Nicholson, of Woodlands Park, to Lewis, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Dowsett, of Southwark, will be solemnised at Holy Trinity Church, North terrace, on Saturday, February 24, at 5.30 p.m. ROE— CRANE.— The marriage of Catherine (Kitty), only daughter of Mrs. Ethel Roe, to Rex, second son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Crane, to be solemnised at Pirie Street Methodist, Saturday February 24, 6.30 p.m. SMITH— SARA.— The marriage of Joyce, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G A. Smith, of Brompton, to Ross, second son of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Sara, of Mile End, will be solem- nised at St. Margaret's Church, Wood- ville, on Saturday, February 24, at 6.30 p.m STANLEY— BETTCHER.— The mar- riage of Shirley Alice, younger daugh- ter of Mr and Mrs. C. Stanley, of Torrensville, to Robert Colin, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Bettcher, of Flinders Park, will be solemnised at Holy Trinity, North terrace, on Satur- day, February 24, at 6 a.m. STEVENS— STACEY.— The marriage of Dorothy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Stevens, of Adelaide, to Reginald George, only son of Mr. R. L. and the late Mrs. Stacey, of Ful- larton Estate, will be solemnised at 3.30 p.m., Flinders Street, Baptist Church, on February 24. THORNDIKE— HOOPER.— The mar- riage of Doreen, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Thorndike, of Pros- pect, to Maxwell, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Hooper, of Kent Town, will be solemnised at St. Cuthbert's Church, Prospect, on Saturday, Feb- ruary 24, at 7 p.m. WACHNER— FOWLES. — The ap- proaching marriage is announced of
Ena, younger daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Wachner, of Mannum, to Malcolm (Brian) Fowles, only son of Mrs. V. Fowles, of Croydon North, on Saturday, February 24, at St. An- drew's Church, Mannum, at 2.30 p.m. WARD— BRAY.— The marriage of Rosie, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Ward, Riverton, to Harold J. Bray, now of Riverton, late of W.A., youngest son of Mrs. J. Cooper and the late Mr. R. F. Bray, W.A., will be solemnised at the Riverton Methodist Church on February 24, at 2 p.m. WOOD— FOWLER.— The marriage of Hazel, only daughter of Mr. E. J. Wood, of Croydon, and the late Mrs. Wood, of Birkenhead, to Milton, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Fowler, of Semaphore, will be solem- nised at Pirie Street Methodist Church on February 24, at 6 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS BASTOW— CONNELL.— The engage- ment is announced of Clare Theresa, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Bastow, of Grange, to James, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Connell, of Plympton. CUTTING —GALE. — The engage ment is announced of Merle Lorraine, elder daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. Cutting, to Wray Norman, young est son of Mr. and the late Mrs. Gale, both of Maylands. DEVITT —DRECHSLER. —The en gagement is announced of Barbara M., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Devitt, of Magill road, St. Morris, to Eric J., twin son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Drechsler, of John street, Payneham. FRANCIS —THOMAS. —The engage ment is announced of Betty, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Francis, of Elston street, Lockleys, to Reuben, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thomas, of "Wallinga," Mt. Bryan East. HUMPHRIES —SECOMB. —The en gagement is announced of Elizabeth, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Hum phries, of Clarence Park, to Kevin, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Secomb, of Mallala. MARTIN —MODRA. —The engage ment is announced of Joyce E., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mar tin, of Modbury, to John E., son of P. A. Modra, of Lockleys. MAY —HENDERSON. —Mr. and Mrs. J. W. May, of Torrensville, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Gwen, to Ernest (Snow) Henderson, of Torrensville, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Henderson, of Sydney. McDERMOTT —WHITTLE. —The en gagement is announced of Shirley, only child of Mrs. G. McDermott, and the late Mr. P. McDermott, of Pros pect, to Clive, younger son of Mr. C. R. Whittle and the late Mrs. A. Whittle, of Unley. McDONALD— ARTHUR.— The en- gagement is announced of Lorna Gwen, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. McDonald, of Echunga, to Neale, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Arthur, of Tranmere. MORTON — BOYD.— The engage- ment is announced of Muriel, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Hood, to Andrew, only son of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Boyd, of Richmond. MULDOON— KUKUTIS.— The en- gagement is announced of Katherine, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Muldoon, late of England, to Edward, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kuku- tis, late of Lithuania. PEARSON— TREWREN.— The en- gagement is announced of Norma, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Pearson, of Prospect, to Fred, only son of Mr. and Mrs R. Trewren, of Croydon Park Extension. PENHALL— COLQUHOUN.— The en- gagement is announced of June, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Pen- hall, of Norwood, to Warren, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Colquhoun, of Unley. DEATHS BUTTERY (nee Ebert).— On Febru- ary 12, at Adelaide (suddenly), Gwen- doline Muriel, dearly loved only sister of Jack, sister-in-law of Alma, fond and loving aunty of Graham, Trevor, Geoffrey and Joylene Ebert, Wallaroo. Aged 41 years. Rest after weariness. CLEARY.— On February 15, at hos- pital, Archibald John, loving husband of Doris Cleary, of 33 Gladstone avenue, Kilburn, and loving father of Douglas, Joan, Peter, and Margaret. Aged 42 years. Requiescat in pace. CRAM.— On February 16, at a pri- vate hospital, North Adelaide, Robert Mitchell, beloved husband of Susan C. Cram, of 8 Boffa st., Hyde Park, and loving father of Les, Mavis, Jean, Mick, Marj, Allie, Linda, Bob, Dud and Doris. Aged 68 years. FOURA. — On February 16, at Royal Adelaide Hospital, Andrew Foura (late or M.T.T. and 2nd Division, Ammunition Column, 1st A.I.F.), be- loved husband of Mary L. Foura, 24 Maple avenue, Wayville West, and loved father of Andrew, Martin, Kevin and Colin. Aged 54 years. Requies- cat in pace.
DEATHS DUNBAR.— On February 15, at Nelshaby. result of accident. Ray mond Wilfred, beloved husband of Joan Dunbar. of 9 Warren st.. Solo montown. Aged 24 years. KROST.— On February 15. at hos ital. Frederick Martin, eldest son f the late Mr. and Mrs. F. Fro.,t. of Payneham, leaving two brothers and two sisters. Late 1st A.I.F. GRAVES ? On Februarr 15. at her evidence. 6 James M.. Franklin, 'lorence. dearly loved wife of I'nnk Jraves and loved mother of Dulcie. .ennard nnd Erma. At rc-l. GREEN.— On February 15, at Clare, result of accident, William Sherrif, beloved husband of Rita Pearl Green, of 26 Mansom St., Port Pirie, and loving father of Kevin and Susan. Aged 33 years. JACOBS. — On February 15, at Nel- shaby. result of accident. Albert Lloyd Jacobs. son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Jacobs. of Nelshaby. Aged 21 years. JOHNSON. — On Februnry 16. at lis residence. 27 Phillipps St.. Sonier on. Maxwell A. M. Joh.ii.on. the learly beloved husband of Valeric, iced 23 years. JOHNSON. — On February 16. at lis residence. 27 Phillipps st.. Somer on. Maxwell A. M. Joiiason. the learly beloved only son of Mr. nnd he late Mrs. Andrew C. M. .lnhmon. ind loving brother of Claire (htr.-. J. T. Langeley). Aged 23 years. LAMON'D. Hants. IEng.1.— On r'eb ruary 7 (suddenly), Emma, beloved rife of the late Col. H. Lamond. oved mother of Ethel Sice. 62 Holder Parade. Marino. South Australia. MeTAGUE.— On February 16. at loyal Adelaide Hospital. Francis 3ominic McTpgue. beloved son of Mrs. tfary McTague. Blrrell street. Waver ey. N.S.W. Aged 46 years. Re miescat in pace. MORRIS. — On February 16, at hos- iltnl. Mount Gambler. Henry Bras «y iMorrlei. dearly beloved husband if AI Morris, of Queen's avenue, klount Gambler. Aced 56 years. MORRIS.— On February 16. at lit. jetnbier. Henry Brassey. beloved h'j.s iand of AI Hate Union Bank of Aus .rallii. MORRIS. — On Thursday. Febru ary 15. at Clare (result of accident) Kingsley James, loving son of Mrs. C. Brusnahan and the late Mr. E. H. Morrls. aged 23 years. MORRIS.— On February 15. at Clare ( result of accident ). Kingsley James Morris. of 25 Knapman St.. Port Plrie. Aged 23. years. MORRIS. — On Thursday. Febru iry 15. at Clare (result of accident. Kingsley James, loved brother of Thelma. Stan. Lionel. Myra. Phyllis, Joan and Beryl. MORRIS.— On Thursday. February 15. at Clare (result of accident ) Kingsley James, loved stepson of W. E. Brusnahan and stepbrother of Fay. MOYLE.— On February 15, at hospi tal, Alice, the dearly beloved wife of Stephen Henry Moyle, late of Was- leys and loving mother of Irene, Bill, and Stan. Aged 76 years. Peacefully sleeping. MOYLE.— On February 15, at hospi tal, Alice, dearly loved gran of Hilda, Ann, Betty. Sadly missed. SMALE— On February 16. at Port Plrie hospital. Walter William, bc ovec husband of Harriet, of 10 lighth street. Port Plrie West, and ovine father of Maud. Jack. George. Ted «nd Harry. Accri 66 years. SNOWDON.— On February 16. at lospilal. Fullarton. George Cornforth Snowdon. the dearly beloved brother of Christine Cameron. In his 78th year. SUGE.— On February 16. at private ho.pltal. Edward Suge. of 25 Amherft avenue, Trinity Gardens, dearly ovea husband of the late Elizabeth Suge and iovlng father of Minnie. LIU. May. Glad. Jack. Eva and Doll (deceased). Aged 86 years. SWAIN.— On February 16. at Clare i result of accident). Howard Victor ( Brian i. dearly beloved only son ol Howard ana stepson of Fhylllss. irother o' Shirley and Miriam. Aged 24 years. SWEENEY.— On February 16 (sud denly i. at 4 Gawlcr terrace. Gawlei South. Algernon Cecil, beloved hus band of Elite Pearl Sweeney. Aged i-3 years. A patient sunerer at rest, WHITE.— On February 12, at Broken Hill., Edgar Laurance (Lol), loving brother of Gladys (Mrs. Dow, Kent Town). At rest. WORKMAN.— On February 16. Ed gar trercivaL ciearly lover, husband of Isabella Workman, formerly ol BrldRcwater and Mount Barker. Agec 71_rcars. ? At rest. ? Heroes Of The Empire 'At the going down of the sunand fi the morning we will remember them.' FROST.— Treasured memories of my husband. who passed away February 18. 1949. Just a sad and lonely longing. For the days that used to be. Sweetest memories of you. Tom, Who meant so much to me. —Inserted by his loving wife Ruby. FROST. — In loving memory of our old friend Tom. Time goes on. but memories stay. Of one we will always remember. —Inserted by Kath and 8yd Dear. HAY. Sgt. C. G.— In loving memon of Charlie, who died February 18, 1945 at Sandakan. Borneo. — Inserted by hi wife May. and aunts Bell and Jess. KAY. Sgt. C. G.— In loving memor; of Charlie, died Sanaakan. Februar 18, 1945. RJ.P.— Inserted by mother brothers and sisters. PAGET.— In loving memory of ou: dear orother Perc. alea February IS 1917. Beautiful memories always. Hilda and Tom. SMITH.— In loving memory of nr dear husband Sianey, passed awa' February 17. 1938. Oh. sacred heart o Jesus have mercy on his soul. — In serted by his wife Margaret. Cowan dllla. ? IN MEMORIAM
BLEECHMOBE.— In loving memory f our dear sister Augusta Ida Hods: on. passed away on February 1). i)j0, at Banners. — Inserted by sisters BOCK. — In' loving memory of my ear wife Anna Marie, passed away February 18, 1939. Loving memories icier die as time goes on and years ass oy.— Ever remembered by her lov ng husband. BOCK.— In loving memory of our ear mother and grandma. Golden memories. — Lovingly remembered by Rose, Roger nd family. BOCK. — In loving memory of dear num. passed away February 18. 1939. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. -Inserted by Ivy. Ted. Keith. BuCK. — In .loving memory of dear notner and grandma, who oassed iway, at Mannaum, February 18, 1939. ror ever In our hearts and will never be forgotten. — Ever remembered by Joyce, Howard and family. BRADBURY. — In loving memory of lur dear wife and mother, who passed iway at Murray Bridge on February 7. 1919. — Ever remembered by her oving husband, daughter, son-inlaw ind grandchildren. Resting where no shadows fall. BBEBNEB. — In loving memory of lear Betty, who passed away Feb ruary 18, 1940. Is you rest in peaceful sleep, four memory we will always keep. — Florrie. Mona and Babs. BRICE. — In loving memory of our lorlmj Michael, who passed away Feb ruary n. 1948. — Remembered always -y mother and family. BRICE.— In loving memory of our -a! Mich, passed away February 11. 1948. — Always missed by the boys. BROWN.— In remembrance of our dear mother, who passed away Febru- ary 17, 1923. — Always in the thoughts of Edna and Verna. BROWN i nee Emms I. — In loving ncmory of our dear .sister Hcttie. passed away February 17, 1923. — fondly remembered always by her sisters Gert and Lil. BRADBURY. — In loving memory of mother, who passed away February 17, 1949. — Ever remembered by her lovlne son George. Mill, grandchil dren Kevin nnd Peter. BURN. — In memory of Gladys, who passed away February 17, 1947. — Ever remembered by Tiny. Jack. Doro thea. BI'RN. — In lovinz memory of Sladys.— Always remembered. Mar garet and Tom. BUTCHER —Loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away Feb- ruary 17. 1948. Ever remembered. — Inserted by his loving wife Lolato and daughter Loin. CANN. — In loving memory of Ivy, passed away February 18. 1949. What ever else we fail to do. we never fail to think of you. — Ever remembered by Ruby and Fred. CANN — In loving memory of Ivy, who passed away February 18, 1949. Peacefully sleenlng. — Ever remem bered. Alf and family. CLARK. — Fondest memories of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away February 17, 1948. — Re- membered always by Betty, Bob and grandchildren. Lesley and Carole. CLARK. Edwin. — In loving memory of my dear father, passed away Feb- niary 17. 1948. — Remembered always by hts daughter June and son-in-law Harold. COGHLAN. — In loving memory of our cicur son and brother accident ally killed February 18, 1948. This is a day of remembrance. A day we shall never forget: Of one we will always remember When the re^t of the world foroet. — Ever remembered by his loving mother, sisters May Dot and Gwen and brother Graham. CUMMINS. — In memory of Ted, passed away February 17, 1950. Just a token, true and tender, to show we still remember. — Inserted by mother and family. DAVIDS. — In loving memory of our dear daughter Joan, passed away Feb- ruary 17. 1941. Memories keen her near us. — Inserted by her loving family, Lobe- thal. DICKESON. — Treasured memories of my dear wife, passed away Feb- ruary 17, 1959. Beautiful memories silently kept Of a lovln» wife I will never forcn — Sadly missed by her loving husband Charles. DICKESON. — In loving memory of dear mother, passed away February 17. 1950. Ehn rMcri for those she love*!. And those flic lnvci remember. -— Inserted by daughter Maureen, son- in-law John. DICKESON. — In loving memory of nur dtT sister and sMer-in-Inw Dolly, who passed away February 17, 1950. Golden memories silently krpt For one we loven' ami will nrvrr fnrOTt — Inserted bv her lovlnc sister Mvrtlr and brothcr-in-lew Rov McLcnnon Broken HI!!. DICKENSON.— Chcrishcrt memories of our esteemed friend Dnllv. passed awav February 17. 1950. Gnd's creat es t zift remembrance. — Sadly missed by Ethel. George and family.
? IN MEMORIAM ? DICKESON.— In loving memory of lear mother, nasscri away February - 17. 1950. i K love to true, a heart of gold. Mo better mother this world could hold. — Snnlv missed bv hrr son Don. i DICKENSON.— In .oving memory nf Doll, who died Feoruarv 17. 1!)3U. You arc always in our tliouciits. i — Sadlv missed ov Rei:. and Bel. 1)O1)I-.— In loritiR memorv of our| [tear dauchter and sister, who passed j away February 18, 1912. In the carden of memories vou Ilvr with u.s vet. — Inserted bv her loving mother and brother Alf. LI.ME. — In loving memorv ot mother, passed away February 18, 1U40. God's wav is the best wav.— Inserted bv Chris and Rene. fcLUER. Clara.— Passed awav Feb ruary 17. 1933. It does not need this snecial dav To bring vou back to mind. For the davs we do not speak or think of vou Arc vcrv hard to find. \ —Inserted bv sister Vera. Norm. dad. \ FERRIS i Courtney I. —In loving memorv of dad. who passed awav Feb ruary 17. 1945.— Ever remembered by his onlv son Lionel and aauehtcrln law Vnlcrle. FERRIS.— In loving memorv of our dear father, who passed away Feb- ruarv 17. 1945. Times toes on. but memories stav. —Alwavs remembered bv his six loving daughters. FiKI.DIIOUSE.— In loving memorv of mother, who oassed awav Febru ary 17. 1946. — Alwavs remembered bv Arthur. Hilda, familv. FROST. Pte.. T. H.. late 10th Batt.. World War I.— Just In memorv of dad, who passed away February 18, 1949. A pace in the book of memorv Is gcntlv turned todav. — Ever remembered bv Ida. Bob. FROST.— In fondest memories of dad. passed nwav February 18. 1949. — Always remembered bv Jim and Vera. FRY.— In loving memory of my dear nephew Eric late R.A.A.F.. who passed awav February 17. 1949.— Ever remembered by his loving aunt Lil FRY. — In loving memorv of Eric, who passed awav on February 17. 1949. at Dawes Road Hospital. — Al- ways remembered by Margaret. GIBSON. — In loving memory of dad. died February 18. 1940: and mum. died Mnrch 18. 1945. Years are auicklv passing, but memories arc everlasting —Alwavs remembered bv their loving daughters. GIBSON.— Memories of our Hear father and mother, passed away Feb ruary 18. 1940. March ISth. 1945.— Remembered alwavs bv sons Bill: Gordon. GRACE. — In lovlnc memorv of our dear wife and mother, passed awav Frtruurv 17. 1948. You are not foreottcn. mother dear: True love never dies. The denrest suot on earth touav Is where our darllns lies. —Ever remembere'l bv vour loving I hurhan.1 Te.1 ani fcmilv. ! CftACE. — In memorv of our dear mother, passed away February 17, 1948. Love's- Greatest s'ft. remembrance. j — Alwnvs remembered bv Eileen and I GREY.— In sad »nd lovine memory i of mv dear husband, who oassed awav February 18. 1950. So sadlv. missed. —Ever remembered by his wife Mav. i OBEY. — Deep in our hearts a me morv Is kent of one we loved and will never forset. Passed nwav Februrrv 18. 1950. — Ever remembered bv his loving daughter Betty and son-in-law HADAWAY.— In loving memory of m- beloved husbnnd Svn. who was called to higher service February 18. 1948. This mortal dies. But in the moment when the light fails here. The darkness opens, and the vision Breaks on his eyes. The veil is rent. On his enraptured gaze Heaven's glory breaks. He was asleep and In that moment —Inserter!' br his loving wife Oriole. HADAWAY.— In lovine memorv of Uncle Svri. who Dassed awav Febru p.rv 18. 1948. To me he was as a father: I could not have thought more of him had he been.— Ever remem berei b** Bob. IIADAWAY.— Lovini: thoughts of lour dear brother-in-law and uncle A leaf In our book of memories Is ??entlv turned today. — Inserted by Joan. Jean and Jim Harrlss. HADAWAY.— In iovlng memory of Syd.. died February 18. 1948. No lapse of years, no space of time Can dim the loving past: Remembrance holds him ever near. As long as memory lasts. —From Marth and Fred. IIAMDORF. — In loving memory of mv dear mother, who passed away February 18. 1949. Also father. March 6. 1939. In the eart'en of memories we are often together. — Ever remembered bv Elsie. Erwln and Dawn. HAMDORF.— In lovine memory of dear mum. passed bwbv February 18. 1949. —Ever remembered bv Ron and Rose. HAMDORF.— In loving mejnorv of mum. oassed away FebniRrv 18. 1949: ' also dad. passed away March 6. 1939. They are gone, but not forgotten. — Always remembered bv Mona. Colin and Janice. HANSON.— In lovlnc memorv of dear mother, who passed away Feb ruary 18. 1937. 'Tis not the words: , they arc but few: but the lovlnc mem ory, mother, we have of you.— In- serted bv dauahters Gussle. Nettie. Amv and Mvrtle. ? HARRIS. Ralph Hayden.— Who passed away on this day. February 17. 1949. at Daws road. You left a jeautlful memory. And to those who loved and lost you. your memory will never grow old. — Always remembered by wife Sylvia, son Vincent, daugh ters Pat and Peggy. HAYFOBD.— In loving memory of our dear husband and dad. who
jassed away February m. 1946. rhere is no separation from those we love. No distance can divide, 'or todav In memory's garden We still walk side bv side. —Always remembered by lovine wife ind daughter Daphne. HATFORD.— In loving memorv of lad and oaDa. who oassed away Feb ruary 18. 1946. Loving memories never die \s time goes on and vears pass by. —Alwavs remembered by Dood. Bill -nd Gary. HELLING.— In loving memory of mr dear father and grandpa, who passed away suddenly on February 18, 1950. This is a sad day to remember. Sad and bitter to recall: When the one we loved was taken By a short and sudden call. But his grave we often visit In n cemetery not far awav. Where they laid our dear dad Just one year aco today. —Alwavs remembered by his loving laughters Mavis and Maureen, son n-law Robert, grandchildren Laurine 'HENDFJtSON.— In loving, memorv 3f Gordon, who passed away Feb ruary 18. 1947.— Ever remembered by bis loved ones. HOCKLEY. — Cherished memories of my beloved wife Edith Annie, passed away February 17. 1950.— Alwavs re membered by her loving husband, sis ters and brothers.. HODGSON. — In memory of mv dear wire Augusta Ida (Eolel. who Dassed away February 17. 1950. at Barmcra A beautiful nature. loving and kind. A beautiful memorv to leave behind. — Inserted bv her loving husband Arthur. HODGSON.— Fondest memories of mv darlino mother, who Dassed awav at Barmera, February 17, 1950. Not lust today, but every dav. In silence I remember. —Sadlv missed by her loving daugh ter Edna. HODGSON.— In loving memory of our beloved mother and nanna. whj passed awav February 17. 1950. A ove so true, a heart of gold, no bet ter mother this world could hold. — Alwavs remembered bv Gladvs. Alex. Yvonne and Maureen. HODGSON.— In loving memorv of dear sister Edle. who passed away February 17. 1950. Her life a beautiful memorv. Her absence a silent sorrow. — Ever remembered bv Olllc and Les. HODGSON. — In lovine memorv of our dear Auntie Edie. who died Feb ruary 17. 1950. Too dearlv loved to be forgotten. — Remembered bv Norma. Ross and Barrv. HODGSON. — Lovine memories o mv dear mother-in-law, who passed away at Barmera. February 17. 1950. Time goes on. but memories stay. —Always remembered bv son-in-law John. HODGSON. — In memorv of mv Hear sister Edie. who passed awav at Bar mera, Februarv 17, 1950. Your memory is a keeDsake from which we never part. — Inserted bv vour brother Jack. HOSKINS. — In memory of dad. who died February 18. 1950. Time goes on but memories stay. —Ever remembered by Doug. Eileen and family. IIULLOCK.— In affectionate mem ory of our dear wife and mother. Amelia Florence, who died February 17 1949 ?Tis not' the words, they are but few. ?Tis the memories we keen of you. ? Inserted br husband, daughters and rons-ln-lp.w. JOHNSON.— Loving memories of my dear husbnnd Alfred, who passed owav February 17. 1950. There is no separation from those we love No distance can divide. In the bc.iuttful garden of memory We still walk side by side. — SaHlv missed by his loving wife. JOHNSON.— In fond memory of our beloved father, who passed away Feb ruary 17. 1950. Too dcarlv loved to be fnrapttcn. —Always remembered by Keith and Brentla. JOHNSON.— In lovine memory of my dear father, who passed away Frbrnirv 17. 1950. Beautiful memories, silently kept. Of a Iovlnn father I will never forget. — Fondly remembered by his lovine son Oordon. JOHNSON.— Cherished memories o dear Alf. passed awav Feb. 17. 1050. Smiling, hrpnv. always content, loved nnri ^necterl wherever he went — Si't'lv missed hv Jnck and Beth. JOHNSON.— In lovine memory ol Uncle Alf. n isscr! awnv Feb. 17 1950. A beautiful nature. lovine nn'l kind. | A beautiful memory to leave behind June*™?! Max I JOHNSON.— In Invlnc memorv of ,onr rtenr brnthcr-ln-law Alf. passed iiwnv Fell. 17 1950 i Lovintj mrmorins we will itlwnys tiolri 'Of his Fmlllns face and heart or told. —Ever remembered bv Laura Din and .inilNSON.-In lovlnq memory nf our teRr hrother-tn-law Alfred, who passed awav Feb. 17. 1950. Time moves on. hut memories stqv as sweet and de.?r as yesterday, i— Ever remembered by Emily and 'Bert. k
? IN MEMORIAM ? JOHNSON. — In loving memory of iur dear brother-in-law Alfred, who i passed away Feb. 17, 1950. A sinillne fsice. a heart of cold. A wonderful memory to behold. —Always remembered by Dorothy and ilvnn. JOHNSON. Alfred.— In sad but lw lie memorv of our dear friend. -vlio Hissed nwav February 1'. l!)-0.--Evcr ?emembcrcd bv Mr. and Mrs. Hiirrv :ti!iersnn. , JONES.— In lnvlne memory of dear ' num. fell nsleep Jan. 17. 1949: and , lad. Feb. 18. 1S49. ' Three little wnrds. forcet me not. Thcv doirt seem much but mean a ' lot. —Always remembered bv Alby. Enid mtl children. JONES. — In loving memorv of dear Isci. pnssed away on February 17.; I94!».— Ever remembered by Enid and! lliilcolm. KENNEDY.— In loving memory of jur dear son and brother Jnck. who I sassed away Februnry 17. 1949. Lovine memories last for ever. —Always remembered by his loving mother and sister Marv. KERRISON.— In loving memory of lad. whose anniversary occurs on February 17. — From Mavis. John and family. KERRISON.— In loving memory of lad. who passed awav February 17. 1948. — Remembered by Dorric and Seorcc. KERRISON.— In loving memorv of 5ad. passed away Februnry 17. 1918. 3o dearly loved, so sndlv missed. — I Inserted by May and son-in-law Jack. KERRISON.— Lovine memory or! lear dad and granddad, passed away: February 17. 1948.— Always remem-l jered bv Nell. Harold and grandsons.! KERRISON. George— In loving! ncmory of dear dad. passed away Feb-j runrv 17. 1948. i With tender love and deep regret IVe who loved vou. will never forget. —Inserted by Mollie nnd Arthur. I KLAFFER. — In lovlnc memory of jur dear wife and mother, passed sway February 17. 1936. Too loving a mother to ever forget. —Inserted by loving husbRnd. daugh ters Ruby. Esma. Dorric. son Gu.s. ! daughter-in-law Charlotte, sons-ln- 1 law Jnck nnd Garnctt. , KLEEMAN. — In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away February 17, 1948. Only sad but loving memories of days that used to be. — Remembered always by May, Clar- rie and Margaret. KLEEMAN. — In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away February 17, 1948. Smiling, happy and always content, Loved and respected wherever he went. — Remembered always by his daugh- ter Doreen, Alf and family. LOVIS. — In loving memory of our darling Phil who passed away Feb. 17, 1939. Years move on, but memories stay as near and dear as yesterday. — Lovingly remembered by mother, Pat and family. LOVELOCK. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed awav Feb. 17. 1950.— Remembered by Noel and Gwen. LOVKLOCK.— In loving memory of mother, who passed nwav February 17. 1950. — Ever remembered by Lor raine iurt Wilf. LOVELOCK. Mrs. M.— In fond re membrance of a very dear friend, who passed away February 17. 1950. — Ever remembered bv old friends. Adcle Mnrtln and family. MARTIN. — In lovlnc memory of ur dear mother, who passed away 'eb. 17. 1948. Cherished memories silently kept, of one we loved and will never forget. — Lovingly remembered by Edith and MAY'.— In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away February 17 1942 cherish still with love sincere Memories of mv mother I loved so dear. —Remembered always by her loving dauehter Coralle. MAY. — In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away Feb ruary 17. 1942. A wonderful mother so good and true. Who suffered so much and told so There was one who knew .she needed It was' God alone, and he knew best. —Longed for always by her loving dauchter Joyce. Ray and children. MILKINS. — In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away February 18, 1950. Ever re- membered by her loving husband Percy, son Gordon and daughter- in-law, Marj. MOYSES.—Loving memories of our dear wife and mother, who passed to her rest on February 17, 1950. A beautiful memory left behind. Of a life that was gentle. good and kind. —Never forgotten by her husband and children Lilian, Hazel, Miriam, Bertram and Lloyd. MOYSES.— Fondest memories of a loved sister, passed away Feb. 17. 950. We loved you well but Jesus oved you best.— Isabel and Will. MUNDY.— In loving memory of dear mother and grandma, who passed away Feb. 18. 1949.— Ever remem bered bv Phvl. Jack and family. O'BRIEN.— in loving memory of my dear sister. Mary Agnes, who died February 18. 1937. She always lived for those she loved. And those she loved remember. —Inserted by her lovine sister Bridgle. Garnet. Eileen and Ray. OLDS. — In memory of my dear sister Mary iMrs. R. Olds), who passed away February 17. 1950. Still in my memory. —Sadly missed bv Evan Rees. PEAK.— In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, passed away at Prospect on Feb. 17. 1949. A heart of love, unselfish and kind. Beautiful memories to leave behind. —Always remembered bv her loving daughter and son-in-law. Ivy and Maurice Humphreys, and grandchil dren. Donald. Coralie. Ross and Peter. PHELPS.— In loving memory ol John Phelps. who died February 17.
)eath is a wound that no one can heal. Memories are treasures that no one can steal. -Inserted by his loving wife and sons. RICHARDS.— In loving memory of iur dear mother and nana. who Kissed away February 17, 1949. Therished memories, silently kept, -I one we loved and will never forjet. -Ever remembered by Phyllis. Garth, loan and Peter. RICHARDS.— In loving memory of iur dear mother and nana. who lassed away February 17. 1949.— Re- nembered always by Gordon. Phyl. amtly RICHARDS.— Memories of our dear lster Blanche, passed away Febru Seautiful memories silently kept. Of a sister we will never forget. -Remembered by her loving sister 'Io and brother-in-law Ted. RICHARDS.— A tribute of love and iflection to the memory of my dear liter Blanche, who passed away on February 17. 1949.— Sadly missed by ler loving sister Laura. RICHARDS.— Treasured memories if dear Blanche, who fell asleep Feb ?uary 17. 1949.— Ever remembered by )live and Frank Richards and family. RUSSELL. Mary A.— In loving mem iry of our mother and grandmother, vho passed away at Blyth Hospital, 'ebruary 17. 1950. Sweet memories.— Inserted by Gert. Jack and Pat. SAWLEY.— In loving memory of our lear husband nnd father, accidentally Jrowncd Feb. 17. 1946.— Always re membered bv his loving wife Fairie. ;hildren Brian and Maxlne. SAWLEY.— In loving memory of our dear son Frank, who passed away February 17. 1946. A thought for todav. a memorv for ever. —Sadly missed by mother and dad. SAWLEY.— In Iovinq memory of dear Frank, who passed away Feb ruary 17. 1946. One of the happiest, one of the best. & loving brother we will never forget. —Sadly missed by sister Jean, brother-in-law Bill. SAWLEY.— Loving memories of dear Frank, who passed away Feb ruary 17. 1946. With so much to remember, how could we forget? — Sadly missed by brother Albert, sis ter-in-'.aw Mary. SAWLEY. — Fondest memories of our dear friend 'Butch.' who passed away February 17. 1947. Those who loved you never forget. —Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. T. Wood °SCilOTTELOUS.— In loving mem ory cf mv dear mother, who passed away on February 17. 1949. A silent thought, a secret tear, often wishing Sou were here. — Always remembered y her son Albert. SCHOTTELIUS.— In fondest mem or my dear friend, who passed away February 17. 1949. Whatever else I fall to do. I never fall to think of you. —Inserted bv Charlie Cardono. SHORT, George William.— Passed away Februnry 18. 1942. Years are quickly passing, but memory is ever lasting.— Inserted by loving wife Ida Edna. Lyell. SKINNER.— To my dear wife, who pssred awav February 17. 1948.— Ever reme.mbered by Reg nnd family. John. Keith. Tom and Irene, also auniie. SYMONS.— In loving memory o; Pop. Thoughts drift back to bygone days. Lire moves nn. but memories stay. — A'wnvs remembered. Bae. Bill. TEAGI.E.— In loving memory ol dear mother, who o8jscrt nwnv Feb runrv 17. 1947. A leaf In the book of memories i, ccntlv turned today.— Ever remembered bv loving son Jack and dnuahter-in-law Vnl. TEAGLE. — In loving memory ol ricnr mother and crandmother. who passed nwav February 17. 1947. Beau tiful memories sllchtlv kept. Of a loving mother we'll never forcct — Always remembered by lovine daugh ter Roma, son-in-law John and family. TEAGI.E. — In loving memory of dear sister Mnrjorie. passed awav Februnry 17. 1947. A lovely memory we will always keep —Always remembered by her loving ister Maud. l-rothcr-in-lnw Dick and bmt'.icr Walter. TEAGLE.— In lnvme memory o! dear sister Miirtorle. passed away i February 17. inn. A ihoiteht lor to lilay. a memory fir eier — Inserted by ;!ii John' n'iid'Vpc'i- nnrotln'.' TEACI.K.— Ill lovine memorv n: dear sister Mnrjorle. passed nwa February H. 1917. —Inserted bv her loving sister Ohvi and hro'her-l:i-!aw Ernie. TREVENA. — Ill Invlns memory ol lour beloved mother, who fell asleep Fehruarv 17. I!-1R. C'irrished memnrlej fond and Inie. Trout those who thoucht thr world nf vnu. — Amy, Eisle and Max.
IN MEMORIAM TEAGLE. — Cherished memories of ny dear sister Marge, passed away ?cbruary 17. 1947. Remembrance. — nscrtfd by her loving sister Alma. ind brother-in-law Edale. TREVENA. — Cherished memories of my dear sister, pa.ssed away February 17. 1948. A silent thought, a secret car. always wishing you were here.— Ever remembered bv her s.stcr Tlllle. WEBSTER. —In loving memorv of 3crt. accidentally killed February 18, 1939. Golden memories silently kept of one we loved and will never forget. —Ever remembered by mother. .-istcrs|. and brothers. WERCHON— In loving memory of my dear wile Lexie. passed away February 17, 1950. She bade farewell to no one. She snld goodbvc to none: Her iDirlt flew before we knew That from us she had eone. —Inserted bv her loving husband Albert. WKltCIION.— In lovhiK memorv of nir dear mother and grandma, who massed awnv February 17. 1950. We who loved you sadly miss you As it dawns the first sad year. -Always rememoered by Max. Edna and June. WERCHON. — In IovinK memory of our dear mother and grandma, who Jasscd away Feoruary 17. 1950. With lender love and deep regret, we who loved you will never roract.— Always rememocred by loviu: daughter Elsie. ?on-in-Iaw Air. granddaughter Judith. WERCHON.— In lovine memorv of dear mum and eranrimn. who passed awav February 17. 1950. Bleep on. denr one. vour well earned rest. For ench of u.s vou did vour best. —Always remembered by Pat, Jack, John and Peter. WERCHON. —In loving memory of ma, passed away February 17, 1950. One of the kinccst. one of the best. The kind of friend one never targets. —Alwnvs remembered bv Alix and e?\XRCIION.— In lovine memorv of Oueenlc. who passed awnv February 17. 1946. Time goes on but memories stay.— Inserted' by Mabel. Drew, Rllda. Georec. WERCHON. — In loving memory of Ouceme. who passed aw«v February 17. 1946.— Always remembered by Winnie^ Harrv and family. WERCHON. — In lovine memorv of Auntie Oucenie. who passed away February 17. 1946. — Ever remembered bv Pat and Jack. WERCHON. — In loving memorv ol our dear mother, pnssed away Feb ruary 17. 1950. A love so true, a heart of gold. No better mother this world could hold. —Alwavs remembered bv her daugh ter Rene, son-in-law Olle. WHEELER. — In loving memory of mv dear mother, who passed away February 17, 1949. A silent thought a secret tear. Often wish you were near. — Always remembered by Rosemary. WHEELER. —In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away February 17, 1949. Too dearly loved to ever be forgotten. —Always remembered by Vic, Olive, and Pauline. WHEELER. —In memory of my dear mother, who passed away February 17. 1949. — Always remembered by her loving daughter Mavis, son-in-law Wnllv and grandson Ronald. WILSON. — In loving memory of Henry, passed away February 18, 1947. Time eoes on but memories stay. — Inserted by wife Gladys. Howard. Fred. Bervl. WILSON.— In loving memory of our dear brother Henry. Resting in peace with God. — Inserted by Annie and Polly. WHEELER. — In loving memorv of my dear wife Annie Ellen, who passed away February 17. 1949. — Ever remem bered bv her loving husband Dick. WILLIAMS.— In loving memory of mv dear wife Ivy Pearl, passed away February 18, 1950. Dearly I loved her. so dear to me still. But in grief I must bend to God's holv will. Great is mv sorrow, my loss hard to But I 'leave her asleep In God's gra cious care. —Her loving husband Charlie. WILLIAMS.— In lovinR memory of our dear mother, who passed away February 18. 1950. A wonderlul mother, so eood and true. Who suffered so much and told so few: There was One Who knew she needed It wus God alone, and He knew best. — Loni'.cd for always by her loving daughter Allccn and son-iu-law Ron. WILLIAMS. Elizabeth Ann.— In loving memory of our dear mother, died February 18. 1950. — Ever remem bered bv George and Bill. WILLIAMS.— Treasured memories of mother, fell asleep February 17. A thought lot todav. a memory for ever. —Ever remembered. Marv and Mick. WILLIAMS.— Loving memories of mother, passed away February 17. 1944.— Bess. Herb, family. WILLIAMS.— In lovini; memorv of it&n. oassed away February 17. 1944. Time passes, but loving memories re main. — Ever remembered bv Dick. Kath and srandchildren. WILLIAMS. — In lovine memon1 of Ivy, who passed awav February 18. 1950. Your memory we will always keep. —Always remembered by Muriel and familv. WILLIAMS.— In loving remem brance of sran. — Ever remembered. Frank. Con and granchildrcn. WILLIAMS.— In loving memorv of dear mother and erancimother. who passed awav Februarv 18. 1950. Your memorv is our keepsake from which we never part: God has vou In His keening, we have vou in our heart. —Always remembered by her daugh ter Valda, son-in-law Ron, grand daughter Bronwyn. WILLIAMS (nee Clark). —In lov ing memorv of our dear sister Ivy Pearl, passed away Februarv 18, 1950. Her loving smile and cheerful ways Will linger with us all our days. —Inserted by her loving brothers and sisters.
WILTON. — A lOlten Ol reilicuiuiauw: 0 Ncwlyn. passed away February 17. 947. If others forget never shall we. -Inserted by E.M.. M.R. WISDOM. —Fondest memories of mv aother. who passed away one year to ay.— Always remembered by son 'rink and Gladys. WISDOM. —Cherished memories or r.v dear mother, who passed away 'ebruarv 17. 1950.— Loving daughter YOUNG. —Cherished memories of ?as darline wife, who passed awav 'ebruarv 17. 1946. „ )earcr to me than words can tell Vas the one I lost and loved so well: 3od will link our broken chain \s one bv one we meet aealn. —Fondlv remembered bv her loving husband P. J. Young. YOUNG. —Cherished memories of iSKPWSiV??. ?9r4a6ndraTheDraJsSe2 ?&e?¥ w5oSl1I1oveWtlothherar:: S smile I will always remember, and memorv so precious and dear— m\ lear mums.— So sadlv missed bv Win nie Alick. Marearct. Philip. YOUNG.— In fond remembrance of mother, who Dassed away February 7 1946. Years arc auicklv passing lit memories are cverlastlne.— Ever ?mernoered bv Cvrll. Bervl. Trevor YOUNG. —In loving memory of our dear grandma, who passed awav Feb fuarv 17. 1946.— Always ; remembered -v Mnrtrnret. Cliff and Wavne. YOUNG. —In lovine memory of my darllr.c mother. As time eoes on love nnd miss vou more, dear.— Ever rememhered bv Gwen and children. YOUNG. —A tribute of love to the v?cc'7nfrUl offiST ^4?-W remem'jered bv Gordon. Val and chil ttIYOfNG.— Treasured memories ol a^avCaFebSfr^rr9V6.7eaD^ ZBIERSKI. —In loving memory of mother, died two years ago today. In my garden of memory we walk every day. —Cherished memories, Ade laide.