BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS
Approaching Marriages and En- gagement notices must be signed by the two persons concerned, Birth notices by one of the parents, unless otherwise authen- ticated, and Marriages, Deaths, and In Memoriam notices by some responsible person. 4 lines 4/-; 1/6 each additional BIRTHS ANDREWS (nee Wilson).— On August 27, at Monreith Private Hospital, to Peggy and Gordon — a son (Raymond Trevor). Thank- ing Dr. Welch and hospital at- tendance. APPLEKAMP (nee Wells). — On August 29, at Memorial Hospital, to Joan and Jack— a son (Adrian Brice). AUSTIN (nee King).— On Aug- ust 29, at Calvary, to Ima and Merv.— a daughter (Judith Fay). Thanking Dr. Turner and all in attendance. BEGG (nee Gillespie). — On Aug- ust 22, at St. Vincent's Hospital, Melbourne, to Marie and Bill — a daughter. CRONIN. — On August 28, to Patricia and John — a daughter (Margaret Evelyn) . Thanking Dr. Rice and sisters at Calvary. DOBBS (nee McLean). —To Launa and Glen— a son. Both well. DOMASCHENZ (nee Robinson). — August 29, at Unley Private, to Betty and Noel, of 24 Unley road — a son (Alan Noel). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Kidd and hospital staff. FISCHER (nee Wade). — On August 26, at Renmark Hospital, to Bettie and Don — a daughter (Karryn Bettle). Thanking all in attendance. FREDERICK.— On August 27, at Emergency Hospital, Mile End, to Olive and Colin — a son (Brian Francis). Thanking Dr. Le Souef and staff. GIFFORD (Caldwell). —August 25, at Bethesda Hospital, Mel- bourne, to Betty and Kenneth— a son (Donald James). Great grandson to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leaver. HAESE.— On August 27, at Northern Hospital, to Joyce and Mervyn— a daughter (Eleanor Joyce). HAILSTONE. —On August 28, at McLaren District Memorial Hos- pital, to Rene and Bart —a daugh- ter. Both well. HALL (nee Cornish). —At Cal- vary, August 28, to Shirley and Barry —a son (Kerry Dene). HART. —August 28, Rowan Pri- vate Hospital, to Mildred and Douglas —a son (Philip Rowland). Thanking Dr. Adams and hospi- tal staff. HAYTHORPE. —On August 25, at Mannum Hospital, to Joyce and Willy —a son. Both well. JONES (nee Lumsden). —To Chris and Rees, on August 28, at Rowan— a son (Graeme Rees). Both well. Thanking Dr. Halloran and hospital staff. KURTYER (nee Falkenberg). — On August 16, at Angaston Dis- trict Hospital, to Frieda and Mar- tin— a son. Thanking doctor and hospital staff. MILICH (nee Arnold). — At Lox- ton, on August 28, to Don and Gloria — a son (Graham Dennis). Thanking Dr. Auricht and hospi- tal staff. PFEIFFER (nee Brown). —To Mim and Ron, at Angaston, August 28— a daughter (Stephanie Jane). Thanking all in attendance. PUTLAND (nee Roper). —On August 27, at Memorial Hospital, to Daphne and Murray— a son. Thanking those in attendance. SALTER. — On August 27, at Emergency Hospital, Mile End, to Dorothy and Howard — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Le Souef and hos- pital staff. SCHILLER (nee Jaeschke). —On August 27, at Eudunda Hospital, to Emma and Arthur — a son. Both well. Thanking all in attendance. SCHUSTER (nee Neldner). — On August 27, at Freeling Hospital, to Grace and Lawrence — twins (Terence and Elaine). Elaine lived 12 hours. Thanking all in attendance. SIMPSON (nee Thornton). —On August 26, at Port Pirie Maternity Hospital, to Betty and Harry —a son (Robert North). Premature. Special thanks to attending doc- tor and nursing staff. Both well. SMITH (nee Kent).— On August 28, at Calvary Hospital, to Pam and Ward — a son. Both well. SMITH (nee Sitters).— On Aug- ust 28, at Monreith, to Muriel and Len— a daughter (Helen Muriel). Thanks to Dr. R. Steel and all those in attendance. SWEET. — On August 24, at Hindmarsh Maternity Hospital, to Marjory and Avon— a daughter (Gloria May). Thanks to Dr. Sweeney and hospital staff. TROWSE. — On August 24, at S.C.D. Hospital, Victor Harbor, to Glen and Connie — twin sons. Bonny brothers for Douglas, John and Edith. Special thanks to Dr. Collins, matron and staff. WARREN.— At Q.V.M.H., to Max and Fay — a daughter (Julie Anne). Thanking all in attendance. WATTERS (nee Treasure). — On August 26, at Minlaton District Hospital, to Ona and Ron— a son (Brian Klngsley). Thanking Dr. Chambers and all in attendance. BIRTHDAYS Birthday greetings are extended to the undermentioned members of the Children's Hospital Birth- day League. All communications regarding birthdays In this column must be addressed to the Lay Superintendent. Minimum inser- tion fee, 2/6. Miss Dulcie Collins, Forest Range. (21 years). Miss Jean Klingner, Yacka. Master Mostyn Gale, Barossa Re- servoir (14 years). Russell Lovelock, Aldinga. (Seven years). Approaching Marriages BENNETT— CHANDLER. — The marriage of Shirley, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bennett, of Red Cliffs, Victoria, to Bob, youngest son of Mrs. A. S. and the late Mr. A. L. Chandler, of Stansbury, will be solemnised at the Stansbury Methodist Church, on September 1, at 7 p.m. BISHOP — BADENOCH. — The marriage of Gene, daughter of Mrs. M. A, Bishop, of Basket Range, and the late Mr. G. C. Bishop, to Malcolm, son of Mrs. B. S. Badenoch, of Henley Beach, and the late Mr. W. R. Badenoch, will be solemnised at St. Augus- tine's Church of England, Unley, on September 1, at 3 p.m. Rev. D. Stuart-Fox officiating. DUTSCHKE — SUMMERS. — The marriage of Audrey, second daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. L. E. Dutschke, of Arthurton, late of Ceduna, to Maxwell, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Summers, of Millswood, will be solemnised at the Flinders Street Lutheran Church, at 6 p.m., Saturday, Sep- tember 1. FRAHN —GLATZ. — The mar- riage was solemnised by Pastor E. G. Stolz at St. John's United Evan- gelical Lutheran Church, at Ren- mark, on August 25, of Jean Phyllis, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Glatz, of Renmark, to John Colin, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Frahn, of Beardy Park, Paringa. HUMPHRIES— RAMSEY. — The marriage of Una D., third daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Humphries, Darke Peak, to Frederick A. (Kielpa), youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ramsey, Jamestown, will be solemnised at Darke Peak, on Monday, September 3, at 4.30 p.m. SAINSBURY— SCHELL. — The marriage of Rita, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Sainsbury, of Gilberton, to Mr. George Schell, of Glenelg, will be solemnised at Brougham place Congregational Church, North Adelaide, on Sep- tember 1, at 6 p.m. WEDDING— GROSSER. — The marriage of Beryl, second daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Wed- ding, Balaklava, to Edwin, only son of Mr. and the late Mrs. A. E. Grosser, Templers, will be solemnised at St. Bartholomew's Lutheran Church, Balaklava, on Thursday, September 6, at 2.30 p.m. WENSLEY— MASON. —The mar- riage of Patricia, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Wensley, of Kilburn, to Peter, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Mason, of Port Augusta, will be solemnised at St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral, Wakefield street, on Saturday, September 1, at 3.30 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS McNALLY— DERMODY. — The engagement is announced of Jac- queline, only daughter of Mrs. A. McNally, Gray street, Adelaide, to Richard, sixth son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. Dermody, Adelaide. DEATHS AMES. —On August 29, at her residence, 60 Pulsford road, Pros- pect, Ethel Emma, dearly beloved wife of Herbert James Ames, and loving mother of Reg (dec.), Clem and Marjorie. Aged 72 vears. A patient sufferer at rest AMES. —On August 29, at Pros- pect, Ethel, dearly beloved mother of Marjorie, mother-in-law of Ron, and grandmother of Jilllan. Ever remembered. AMES. —On August 29, at Pros- pect, Ethel, dearly loved mother of Clem, mother-in-law of Eunice, and grandmother of Morris and Glenye. Ever remembered. BROOKS, Harvey. — In loving memory of my dear brother, passed away at Adelaide, August 24, 1951. Resting where no shadows fall in perfect peace he awaits us all. —Inserted bv his sister Hilda, Welshpool, W.A. BROWN. — On August 29, at his residence, 20 Phillips street. , Kensington, Christopher Thomas, beloved husband of Ida Brown. In his 77th year. A patient sufferer at rest.
DEATHS FERGUSSON.— On August 29 suddenly), at her residence. 9 ?rosser avenue, Norwood. Myrtle, learlv beloved wife of Leo Hector 'ergusson. Aged 44 vear*. At rest. HAMMOND. —On August 28 suddenly 1. at Adelaide. Ethel 51anche. dearly beloved wife of larry Charles Hammond, of 17 kelson place, Adelaide, and loving nother of Brian. Aged 58 years. HATCHER. —On August 29. at forthfleld. Robert Charles. loved on of Alice and Charles Hatcher, ind loving brother of Kathleen ind Elaine. Aged 17 vears. At ?est. BUTTON. —On August 29 Isud lenly), Sydney Hutton. of 96 rynte street. North Adelaide, lov ng brother Bob. Harry (deceased). ou. William ideceased), Lau ence and Grace. KLOEDEN. —On August 20, a I Vhvalla Hospital. Hermann Max. learlv beloved husband of Johan ta Martha, father of Walter, ferna. Leonard. Merle. John and lora 1 dec. 1. Aged 61 vears. Peace ullv sleeping. KRETSCHMER. —On August 29. it the residence of her daughter, .Irs. C. Weckert, Tanunda, Flor nce May, dearly beloved wife of Ufred Kretschmer, of Angas on and loving mother of Au irey, Gweneth. Elva. Basil and ja\a. Aged 69 years. KRETSCHNER. —On August 27, Torence. dearly loved wife of Ail ed Kretschner, of Angaston. and oving mother of Aubrey. Gwen. itva. Basil and Lola. In God's are. MORTIMER.— On August 29 suddenly), at his residence. 23 ?ark street, Hillside. Arthur lenry, dearly beloved husband of Elizabeth Mortimer and loving and ind father of Hilda. Norman, Ger rude and Reginald. Aged 85 year: 'eacefullv sleeping. NEATE. —On August 28, at the »ort Lincoln Hospital, George Wat on. loved husband of Eva. anil oved father of Jean, Eric and idle. Aged 75 years. At rest. OSBORN. —On August 29. at the esidence of her daughter. Mrs. J. Maddox. of 60 Lionel avenue. 31air Athol, Margaret A., beloved fife of the late Herbert Bertram )sborn. and loving mother of seven laughters and two sons. Aged 75 ?ears. PRYOR.— On August 21. at the Vallaroo Hospital. William Kent, he dearly beloved cousin of Dora ind Jim Phillips, of Moonta lines: aged 49 years. A patient ufferer sweetly at rest. QUESNEL. —On August 26. at Adelaide. Annie M. Quesnel. SCHMERL.— On August 28. at Uverton Hospital. Hemrich Theo lore Schmcrl. beloved husDand of Iftnes Antonia Schmerl. and lov ng father of Irma. Alwlne, Eunice nd Max. Aged 66. For ever with lls Saviour.1 SHORT. — On August 29. at hos- pital, Mary Ann, beloved wife of the late Fred Short, of Angaston, and loving mother of Aubrey and Dorothy. Aged 76 years. SQUIRES.— On August 29. at lospltal. Louisa, the dearly be oved wife of William Squires of Tondie avenue. Parkside. and ovlng mother of Olive (Mrs. B. ?ercivali. and May (Mrs. W. Jan em. Aged 73 vears. A patient ufferer at rest. STEVENSON. —On August 27, at tarlton House. 14 Fitzrov terrace. 'rospect. Margaret, much loved laughter of Malcolm and Mollie. ind loving sister of Bill. Mary and ilddle. TOOGOOD. — On August 29. at lospital, Harriett Louisa, beloved cite of the late Frank William roogood. late of 38 Mans terrace. ,ower North Adelaide. loving nother of Lillian. WALSH.— On August 28. at nos lital. Alice Walsh, late of Kens ngton. the dearly beloved sister if Frederick and the late John Valsh. In her 82nd year. WILSDON.— On August 29, at the Port Pirie Hospital. Robert, beloved husband of Agnes Doro- thea Wilsdon, of 21 Pirie street, Solomontown, and loving father of Colin. Aged 72 years. Heroes Of The Empire 'At the going down ot the sun and n the morning we will remember ? them.' ? LEACH. Major. Idrls Alexander. —Treasured memories of our dear lusband and dad. killed. N.G.. Au nist 30. 1943. Dear is his memory, tiweel is his name. Deep in our hearts He will always remain.. —Ever remembered bv his wife Iwen and children Faye. Ruth, lohn. Bruce and Pam. LEACH. Major. Idrls.— Dear son n-law of Mr. and Mrs. Keen, and -rother-in-law of Dod and Fid. ctlled in New Guinea eight years .oday. Your memory is a keepsake torn which we never part. WARE. F/Sgt., Jack Beaumont. —In loving memory of our dear .on and brother, presumed to have ost his life over Konigsberg. Ger nany. August 30, 1944.— Sadly nissed by mother, dad and Gor lon. WARE. Ft-Sgt.. Jack.— A tribute :o the memory of our nephew and :ousin. who lost his life over Ger many. August 30. 1944. Fond nemories always.— Uncle Hubert, tuntie Clarrle and family. IN MEMORIAM ABBOTT.— Fond memory of my lear wife Hilda, died August 30, 1950. She Is sleeping, her troubles ire o'er; free from all sorrow and pain, the trials of this life which she patiently bore, will never dis turb her again.— Loving husband ABBOTT.— When days are dark ind loved ones are few. 'tis then dear Hilda, we long for you. —Loved sister Clara and Jack. ABBOTT.— Loving remembrance )f dear Aunty Hilda, who passed iway August 30, 1950. rime changes many things. But one thing changes never; Mot a day do we forget you. In our thoughts you are always near; Wt who loved you, sadly miss you, As it dawns the first sad year. —Ever remembered by Hazel and ALLISTER.— Cherished memor ies of our dear son Bob, killed Migust 30, 1945. , . .. Treasured are the memories of the days when you were here. —Mum and Dad. ALLISTEB.— Loving memories ot mv brother Bob, killed August, 30, 1945. Years dawn and fade away, but memories always stay. — Bill. BROWN.— In loving memory of dear Ruby, who passed' away on August 30. 1949. . We think of you in silence. With hearts that are sincere; ttnd cherish all the memories Of days when you were here. —Remembered always by Tom, Maude, and Violet. Hyde Park. BROWN. — Loving memories of dear sister Ruby, passed away August 30, 1949. 3ne of the best In every way, Loved and missed more every day. —Dearly loved by Blanche, Don. ind niece Jean. BROWN.— In loving memory of -ur dear sister Ruby, passed away tugust 30. 1949. We loved her too dearly to ever forget. —Remembered always by Florence ind Ken. BROWN. — Sweet memories of }ur dear sister and aunty, who fell asleep on August 30. 1049. Solden memories, silently kept. -Lovingly remembered by Cora. Roy and Raymond. BUCKLEY.— In loving memory }f my dear husband and father. *'ho passed away at Mount Barker, August 30. 1950. Sod saw the road was getting rough. The hill too steep to climb; Be gently closed his weary eyes. And whispered, 'peace be thine.' Away in a beautiful heaven. Sheltered from sorrow and pain; When my life's Journey Is ended. We will meet you. dear Bob. —Always 'remembered by his lov ing wife BeH, and family. BUCKLEY.— In loving memory 3f dear dad. who passed away on August 30. 1950. Things have changed In many ways. But one thing changes never: mi' memories of happy days, When we were all together. -Ever remembered by Les and de!rJ»rlDH1eO.^t'gS?fd'veOdf SF^?stanra who died on August 30, 1950.— sss?.Sdr-fSa,Mni- GeorM con CONDOUZOGLOUS (Condous) —In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away August 30, 1950. I often look at your photo. You seem to smile and say, 'Don't grieve. I am onlv resting. We will meet-again some day.' —Always remembered bv loving son Steve, daughter-in-law Mar garet, and grandchildren Crystal and Anthony. CONNOR.— In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away August 30. 1947. Years are passing, but memories are everlasting. —Inserted by her loving daughter Kate, son-in-law BUI. and grand children. Jack. Jimmy. Maureen, and Margaret. CONNOR. — In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away August 30, 1947. — Always remem bered bv her daughter Roslna. GROCH. — Loving memories of dear mother and father, passed away August, 1950. Resting in God's care.— Sadly missed by their sons and daughters. DAY. — Cherished memories of 3ur dear daddy and husband. Reg. died August 30. 1945. Just passed into God's beautiful garden. And left the door ajar. —Your fond Gwen and children. DAY. — In loving memory of our dear brother-in-law and Uncle Reg. who was called home six rears ago today, roo dearly loved to ever be for -Fnserted by Pom, EH* and [amlly.
IN MEMORIAM . DAY. — Fond memories of Reg. cho passed away August 30. 1945. Clme docs not dim the memory of a loved one gone to rest. —Ever remembered by Mick. Vera ind family. DAY. — In loving memory of our lear brother-in-law and sonin aw. Reg. who passed away lugust 30. 1945. I beautiful memory of one so dear, Deeply treasured from year to year. -Always remembered, by his lov ng mother-in-law Joan and rharles. DAT. — In loving memory of our brother-in-law Reg., who passed away August 30. 1945. Down the lane of memories The lights are never dim; Dntll the stars forget to shine We will remember him. —Always remembered by Dulcie ind Norm. DEER. — In loving memory of our iearly beloved son Clyde, who oassed away August 30. 1950. We often look at vour photo. You seem to smile 'and say, 'Don't grieve. I am only resting. We will meet again some day.' —Lovingly remembered by his mother and father. DEER. — In loving memory of our lear brother Clyde, passed away August 30. 1950. rhe 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. —Ever remembered by Bob and Norma. DEER. — In loving memory of out lear brother and uncle Clyde, who lied August 30, 1950. rhe shock was sudden, the blow severe. We little knew that death was near; Please treat him kindly, gentle': Saviour. . . Vow he Is Thine. —Lovingly remembered by Ellle. sverard. nieces and nephews. DEER.— In loving memory of our lear brother and uncle Clyde, who lied August 30. 1950. rhere's a face that Is always with US, There's a voice we would love to hear: There a smile we will always re - member. And a memory so precious and dear. —Always remembered by his sis ter Eva. Eddy, and Patty. DEER.— In loving memory of mv Jear brother Clyde, died August bear 'is his memory. Dear Is his name; Deep In our hearts He will always remain. bTothearypatrelnembere-I bv ' hU DEER.— In loving memory of oui lear brother and uncle, who passed »wav August 30. 1950. Sweetest memories, fond and true. Prom those who thought the world of you. —Ever remembered bv his brother Jim, Bernlc and family. DEER.— In loving memory of mv Aeuagrusbtr°3Ohei95Co!yde- PMSed 8Way ^'lov^dffilSs't.'1'1'118 °' °ne '? \hhVrheV'oasr!y- know ~oEver remembered by his brother DOYLE, Hannah Maria.— Of Uobllong. Murray Bridge, passed iway on August 30. 1938. A lov ng mother at rest.— N. Gommers aide r' Morpnett streetTAde DUNN.— In loving memory of -ut dear husband and father. Will, who died August 30. :-yer remembered by his loving »ife and sons, Kevin and Brian EDWARDS.— In loving memory 10 1948 passed away August rp be with us in the same old way, Would be our dearest wish today *?e\rndTa'n?lby!.red by hiS Iovln« FINCH.— In loving memory 'of Emma Louisa (Bid), who passed iway August 30, 1947.— Ever re nembered by Harry (husband) and son Bruce. FLVCH.— In loving memory of 3ur dear mother and nanna. who lassed away on August 30. 1947 —Ever remembered by Fred. Mar (arct and Barbara. FISHER. Florence.— In loving Jiemorv of dear mum and Nana, lied August 30. 1941.— Inserted Flos, Fred. Marg. Elaine. FRANCIS.— Cherished memories if mother, who passed awav August 30. 1949: also dad. pissed away September 22. 1930. Beyond the beautiful sunset. Free from sorrow and pain: rhey are peacefully sleeping. Till we meet again. —Inserted by Marjory. Vi, Ray ind Min. FRANCIS. — In lovingmemory of my little mother. Beyond lies (in Easter morning.— MarJ. GIBBINS.— Cherished memories Df my dear wife, who passed awav Dn August 30. 1946. Always in my thoughts.— Inserted by her lov ing husband Will, and family. GODDARD.— m sad but loving memory of my dear husband Eric, who passed away on August 30, 1950.— Dearly loved, sadly missed. GODDABD. — In fond memory of Eric, who passed to his rest. August 30. 1950.— Ever remem bered by his brother and sister in-law Alwynne and Eve Roberts. HABDWICK.— In loving memory of our dear sister Vera, wlio passed away on August 30. 1945. A little tribute, true and tender. To show we still remember. ? — Ever remembered by her loving sister Violet, and brother Arthur, and niece Coral.. BARLAND. Mary.— In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away August 30, 1950.— Always remembered.— Inserted by her loving daughter Doris. HAVELBERG.— In loving mem ory of Murray (Skeet), who passed away August 29, 1950. This Is a sad day to remember. Sad and bitter to recall; When the one I loved was taken By a short and sudden call. But bis grave I always visit In a cemetery not far away, Where they laid mv darling son Just twelve months ago today. Please angels, take this message To my dearest son above: Tell him how I miss him, And give him all my love. —Sadly missed by his loving mother. HAVELBERG.— In loving mem ory of Murray iskeet). who passed away on August 29. 1950. We miss your happy-go-lucky ways And your lovely smile; But we'll never forget You. Murray all the while. —Inserted by the Rankin family. . HAVELBERG.— In loving mem ory of our dear brother Murray (Skeetl. who passed away Augusi 29. 1950. If all the world were mine to give. I would give It, yes. and more. To see our dear brother's face Come smiling through the door. You have not died to those thai . -loved you. Nor have you travelled far. Just stepped into that lovely gar And left the gate ajar. —Ever remembered by his loving in^ne h^ws brother-ln-l»*: HAvlliERG.-In loving mem ory of Murray (Skeet), passed away August 29, 1950. '''a™ Dearer to us than words can' tell Was the friend we lost and loved _ so well. —Ever remembered bv Dudley. JoycejTonv and Geraldine. HAVELBERG.— In loving mem ory of our dear friend Skeet. who BMsed away August 29. 1950 Down the lane of memory The lights are never dlni: Until the stars forget toshine We will remember him. and PhvSllisemembere'1 by DaDnne HAVELBERG.— In memory of our pal Skeeter. died result of a' cldent. August 29. 1950. M'b'eMlr 1dneiheestSawllhOlg,d^ leWys-'611 bv CharUe HAYES.— In loving memory of uncle of Shirley. Lorna JOHNSON.— In loving memory a^^u°^tr3a0n.dl?5UDdm™5S WchoTu^he^id'herbest. n-d^argea?ftmbCred by WUI- Qert JOHNSON.— In loving memory of grandma, who passed away 01 av30Le^lnd-ffi,yyf ««« JOHNSON.— In loving memory of Aurg5sea 3oTl95or- Wh0 passed away Loving memories, silently kept. Of one we loved and never forget. Md1am-nyby h' SOn Jack- Irene JOHNSON.— My dear lifelong friend and bridesmaid iSally), August 30. 1950. 76 years.— Remem- bered by her ofd bridesmaid. 20.12. 22.H. ' 'Revelations' j JONES. — In loving memory of dear mother and grandmother, ioJ2 pa?fed, aw'y on August 30, 1950. Sadly missed. —Ever remembered by Ethel. Will, and grandcliildren Beth and Billy. JONES.— In loving memory of dear mother and grandmother, who passed away on August 30. 1950. sadly missed. —Ever remembered by Thelma, Charlie, and grandchildren Ron and Yvonne. ?JONES.— In loving memory of our dear grandma, passed away August 30, 1950. Treasured still with love sincere. —Ever remembered, Maud anc Gwenda. JONES.— In loving memory of mother, who passed away August 30. I9aO. Forever in our thoughts. —Always remembered by Roy, Mil dred and Jcanctte. JONES. — In loving memory of dear mum. who passed away August 30, 1950.— Ever remem bered by her loving son Merve and Joyce. KAVANAGH.— Treasured memo ries of dear dad and grandpa. Time passes on. but memories stay for ever. — Doug, Melva and family. KEAN.— In loving memory of my dear mother, passed awav August 30. 1950. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. —By her loving daughter and son in-law. Mary. Mac, and grand children Mollie. Tom. Audrey, anr Brian. Tallem Bend. KEAN. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grand mother, who passed away August 30, 1950.— Ever remembered by her loving son Tom. dauehtcr-ln-law Glad, and granddaughter Dorothy.
IN MEMORIAM KELLY.— In loving memory of ur dear mother, passed away ugust 30. 1944. lod takes our loved one from our midst. ut never from our hearts. -Always remembered by her lov ig family. KELLY.— In loving memory of ophy, passed away August 30, 944. — Always remembered by her ister. Sarah. KELLY. — In loving memory of Ihnrles Joseph, passed away at idelaide, August 30. Gone, but not forgotten. -Remembered by MarJorie. Pat nd Arthur. KING, Albert Eaton.— In mem ry of our dear husband and ather, who died on August 30. 948. Those we love are never lost. For always they will be For ever near, for ever dear. In hallowed memory. -Inserted by Lll and family, at [eathfleld. S.A.. Sydney, N.S.W. nd Lake Boca. Victoria. LEAVER. — Cherished memories f dad. passed away August 30. 950. l wonderful man. gone to rest, 'or all of uK he did his best. -Ever remembered by son Ron. aughter-ln-law Pearl and LEAVER.— In loving memory of iur dear father, who passed awav lugust 30. 1950. 1 loving father gone to rest, le did his best for all. Us love so true, his heart so kind. 1 better father none could find. -Sadly missed by his loving amiTv\_L*xa. Bert. Cliff. Lorna. LEUGABD. — Cherished mem ries of dear mother, passed away year ago. — Remembered by her aughter Han MAYERS.— In loving memory ol nele Ted. who passed away August 0. 1949.— Remembered by Charlie. ,lvrt!c and Wall. McINERNEY. — Loving memories f our dear little daughter and ister Zlta, passed awav August 30. 949. aged one year. )ear is her memory, sweet is her name. n our hearts she will always re main. -Lovingly remembered bv lummy, daddy, and Gavin. McL£AN. — in loving memory of ur dear husband ana dad. We have you in our memory, God has you in His care. -Always remembered by his wife nd sons. McLEAN. — In loving memory of ur dear Jack, passed away 1949. 7e. who loved you. never forget. -Always remembered by his dottier, sister Kath, brother Frank nd lr-laws. MEGSON, Bert. — Cherished nemories of our loved husband nd father, who fell asleep August 0. 1950. A beautiful memory Is ours. -Inserted by his loving wife, sons nd daughter, son-in-law and !a-iehters-(n-law. MEGSON.— In loving memory of ur dad and grandad, who passed way August 30. 1950. Iherlshed memories that will always live in our hearts. -Ever remembered by Keith, lerle and children. MEYER.— A loving tribute to our lad, passed away August 30, 1945. How sacred is the word dad. -Ever remembered by Harry and tene. MILLESS.— In loving memory of Vincent Arthur Milless. who passed away on August 30. 1946. R.I.P.— Inserted by W. McNamara MILLIS.— In loving memory of Vincent. who passed away August 30, 1946 While life lasts we'll remember. -Inserted by his loving adopted brother Ted Schlaikier, sister-in- law Patricia, and all the family. MILLS.— In loving memory of iur dear mother, who passed way August 30. 1940. Ve treasure still with love sin cere flemory of our dear mother we loved so dear. ? . -Ever remembered bv Rubv and jaurel. MILLS.— In loving memory ol iur dear mother, who passed awav lugust 30. 1940. )own the lane of memories the lights are never dim. Intil ihe stars forget to shine we will remember her. -Lovingly remembered by Eva. Ihrlssle and Ivy. MILLS.— In loving memory of iur dear mother, who passed iway August 30. 1940. lolden memories silently kept )f one we loved and will nevei forget. -Always remembered bv hei laughter Mavis. Eric and Gary. .MOttONY.— in loving memory of iur dear father, who passed away Lugust 30. 1941. Silently missed. -Always remembered by Vince ind family. NOAL.— In loving memory 0! iur dear father, passed away lugust 30, 1945. — Ever remem lered by his loving family. NOAL.— In loving memory of our lear father and grandfather, who lassed awav August 30. 1945. — Sver remembered bv Dot. Ron and 'auline. O'CONNOR.— In loving memory if our father and grandpa, who lassed away on August 30. 1950. Years are quickly passing. But memories are everlasting. -Inserted by loving daughter Sylvia and family. OWEN. — Loving memories of my icar mother and Nanna. who jassed away on August 30. 1950. A face we loved is missing, A voice we loved is still; A place is vacant in our hearts That never can be filled. -Always remembered by her lov ng son Sid and grandson and amily. PETERS. — In loving memory ol iur dear mother and grandma, cho passed away August 31. 1948. -Too dearly loved to be forgotten -y her loving family. PHILLIPS, Jim. — In loving mem -rv of our beloved husband and 'ather. who passed away August 10, 1950. I face we loved Is missing, A voice we loved Is still: V place is vacant in our hearts That never can be filled. —Always remembered by Ada. Souglas, Edna. Aubrey, and Valda PHILLIPS. — In loving memory -f our dear brother Jim, who jassed away August 30, 1950. Cherished memories never fade. -Always remembered by Sid, Nell ind family. PLEDGE.— In loving memorv of Joss, beloved husband of Ethel. Co' '??'ly 'overt to be forgotten. PRATT.— In loving memory 0! iur dear wife and mother, who lassed away August 30, 1950. When ties of love are broken and _ loved ones have to part, Jeath leaves a wound that nevei heals every aching heart. Jer days of pain and sleepless nights so bravely borne nav« passed, I cheerful smile, a heart of gold. the best mother the world could hold. -Inserted by her loving husband Will and daughter Coral. PRATT. — In loving memory 01 -ur dear mother and grand nother. who passed away August 10. 1950. 1. wonderful mother and grandma gone to rest. for each of us she did her best; I. love so true, a heart so kind. V better mother no one would find. -Ever remembered by your Iovim laughter Zllla, son-in-law Nor nan and grandchildren Colin and Uleen. PRATT.— In loving memory ol iur dear mum and grandma, who lassed away August 30. 1950. I wonderful mum gone to rest. ?or each of use she did her best; I love so true, a heart so kind, A better mum no one could find. —Ever remembered by her lovlm laughter Malvlne. son-ln-lav Stan, and grandchildren. PRATT.— In loving memory ol nir dear mother and grandma, »ho passed away August 30. 1950 roo dearly loved to be forgotten. —Ever remembered by Irvine, jladys. Lindsay, Maureen and Dawn. PRATT. — In loving memory ol Jiv dear mother, who passed awat August 30. 1950. You left a beautiful memorv, K sorrow too great to be told. —Inserted by her loving daughtei 9arah, son-in-law Lionel anc rrandchildren. Victoria. SCOTT. — In loving memory ol Sy dear husband Harrv. whe ^ ed August 30. 1940. , Bach day you are fondly remem bered. Sweet memories cling to youi name, —Always remembered by his wif- Rose. SHORT.— In loving remembranci jf our dear father, who passed iway on August 30, 1950.— Ever re^ tnembered by Dorothy. Louis anc /kEYHILL.— Treasured memo ries of our dearly loved husbanc and father. Daniel Peter, whe oassed away August 30. 1928. Forget you dear we never will, We loved you when here. We love you still, our sweetheart —Your loving wife and family. SMITH.— In loving memory .ol jur son and brother Dean, passed iway August 30. 1946. Beautiful memories silently kept, —Ever remembered bv his lovlnn parents, brothers and sisters. SQUIRE, E. B. — In loving mem srv of our dear father and grand pa, passed away August 30. 1950. —Ever remembered by Annie, Archie and grandchildren. TEMPLETON.— In loving mem ory of dad. who passed away August 30. 1944. If we could have life's dearesl And a choice from heaven too, Dear dad. we'd ask for you. —Ever remembered by bis lovlns wife and family. TEMPLETON —Loving memories 1ear pop. passed away 1944. —Remembered bv Anne Temple ''?TEMPLETON.— Fondest memo ries dear pop. passed away 1944, —Remembered by Mrs. Rodgers, Phvllis. WADE. — Loving memories 01 Jimmy, passed away August 30 Sweetly* sleeping. —Remembered always by grand ma, grandpa. Aunties Dulce and WHITTLE.— In loving memory ol mother, passed away August 30 1948.— Always remembered b\ Rosle and Bill. WHITTLE.— In memory ol Zousln Sarah, who passed awav nt Wallaroo. August 30. 1948. - Ever remembered bv Harrv Maud, and family. WILLIAMS- — In loving memorv if dearest mother and adorec innn. who passed away a veat igo today. August 30, 1950. We treasure with a love sincere. Memories of vou mother dear. —Ever remembered by loylne laughter Mavis, son-in-law Kcv. irandchlldren Beverley and Un ion. ^
AMES.— THE FRIENDS of Mr. H. HERBERT JAMES AMES are respectfully informed that the Funeral of his late beloved Wins 1 Ethel Emmai will leave his resi dence. 60 Pulsford road. Prospect. Dn THURSDAY, at 2.45 p.m.. for the West Terrace Cemetery. GEORGE A. BEECHINO. A.F.D.A.. Funeral Director. 107 Prospect road. Prospect. ? Phone ML1321. BROWN.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. CHRISTOPHER THOMAS BROWN are respectfully nformed that his Funeral will cave his late residence, 20 Phil ips street, Kensington. on THURSDAY, at 3.30 p.m.. for the Centennial Park Cemetery. Rev. H. Giles will olBciatc. HORACE P. GANNONI. Funeral Director. 2: High street. Kensington. ? Phone F1208. ? I^ERGUSSON.— THE FRIENDS JL1 pi Air. LEO HLCTOR FERGUS fON are respectfully Informed that the Funeral of his late deariv aeloved WIFE (Myrtlel will leave lis residence. 9 Prosser avenue. Norwood. THIS DAY (Thursday), at 3.30 p.m., for the Dudley Park Cemetery. Rev. G. S. Welling ton will officiate. W. NOAL & SONS (A.F.D.A.). Funeral Directors. 227 Parade. Norwood. Phone F5109 HAMMOND.— THE FRIEND8 of Mr. HARRY C. HAMMOND, of 17 Nelson place. Adelaide, are re spectfully informed that the Puneral Service of his late be loved WIFE (Ethel) was conduc ted privately on Wednesday afternoon at the Dudley Park Cemetery. Major Wilkinson offl P. T. ELLIOTT & SONS. Funeral Directors. Port road. Hindmarsh. HATCHER.— THE FRIENDS of Mr. and Mrs. CHARLES HATCHER are respectfully in Formed that the Funeral of their late beloved SON (Robert Chariest will leave the Methodist Church. Maltland. on FRIDAY. August 31. at 2.30 p.m., for the Maitland Cemetery. KLAEBE & GORDON. Undertakers. Maltland. Phone 105J TTUTTON.— THE FRIENDS ol JLX the late Mr. SYDNEY HUT TON (late sergeant 15th Field Ambulance. First A.I.F.i. are in formed that his Funeral will leave tils late residence. 96 Tynte street, North Adelaide, on FRIDAY. Aug ust 31. at 3 p.m.. for the A.I.F. Cemetery. West terrace. GEO. DOWNS & SON. Funeral Directors. 67 Jeffcott street. North Adelaide. Phone M9584. ? RET8CHMER. — THE ' RELA TIVES and FRIENDS of Mr ALFRED KRETSCHMER are re spectfully informed that the Fune ral of his late beloved WIFE (Florence Mayi will leave the Church or England, Angaston. THIS DAY (Thursdayi. at 3 p m , for the Angaston Cemetery. ANGASTON , UNDERTAKERS (O. B. Llnke. Proprietor). . ? Phone 124. ? M'ffiggA]SiBH7liS8&.7& Police Force, are respectfully tn Eofmed that his Funeral will leave illlytt Bros.' Funeral Parlor. Port road. Hindmarsh. on FRI 3AY. at 2 n.m.. for the A.I.F. Cemetery. West terrace. P. T. ELLIOTT A SONS. Funeral Directors, ? Port road. Hindmarsh. MORTIMER.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. ARTHUR HENRY MORTIMER are respect fully Informed that his Funeral wilf leave his late residence. 23 Park street. Hillside, on THURS DAY, at 3 p.m.. for the Dudley Park Cemetery. P. T. ELLIOTT & SONS. Funeral Directors. . Hindmarsh. L4668. VEATE.— THE FRIENDS or the i- late Mr. GEORGE WATSON NEATE are respectfully informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence. New West road. Port Lincoln, on THURSDAY. August 30. at 3 p.m.. for the Happy Vallev Cemetery. . 8. J. WYATT. Funeral Director. Port Lincoln and Tumby Bay. S1SBORN. — THE FRIENDS of the U late Mrs. MARGARET A. OS BORN are respectfully informed that her Funeral will leave the residence of her daughter (Mrs. V Maddox. of 60 Lionel av., Blair Athol)? on FRIDAY, at 11 a.m.. for the Cheltenham Cemetery. GEORGE A BEECHING. A.F.D.A.. Funeral Director. 107 Prospect rd.. Prospect. ? ? Phone ML1321. ? UESNEL.— THE FRIENDS of the late Miss ANNIE M. QUESNEL are respectfully in formed that her Remains were cremated 1 privately I on WEDNES DAY, at the West Terrace Cre matorium. Archdeacon Bulbeck °mClaGEd6. DOWNS & SON. Funeral Directors. 67 JeScott St.. North Adelaide. ? Phone M9584. SCHMERL.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. HEINRICH THEO DOR SCHMERL are respecUully Informed that his Remains were peacefully laid to rest in the Auburn Cemetery on WEDNES DAY- 'fcSg STEPHENS. Funeral Director, ? Auburn, ? dence. Angaston. , THIS DAY (Thursdayi. at 2 oclock. for the ^BfcfJfsT^ruUD'ERTAKERS (O. B. Linke, Proprietor). ? Phone 124. ? SQUIRES— THE FRIENDS of Mr. WILLIAM SQUIRES are re spectfully informed that the Fune ral of his late beloved. WIFE (Louisa), will leave his residence. DAW d!& pMft Se Sit CAL?REeDmjeAeMls * SONS. LTD.. A.F.D.A.. Funeral Directors, Unlev and Mile End. Phone ? UA1129 (2 lines). AT TUCKER'S, Klorists. Grotj st. C4385. After hours L5811 aAd. CARMEL FLORISTS. Macffi -rVrd.. Norwood and Kensington Park. Phone F5019. Wreaths del. FraiSmau florists, opp. A. North Road Cem. Wreaths del. ML3145: after hours ML1831. A . WREATHS del. Golden Daffo A. dil. Florists. 215 Unley rd.. Malvern. UA7528: art, hrs. LF4662 IN MEMORIAM WILLIAMS.— We will always re member with sincere affection our dear friend. Memories are ever -Mrs?' Mullen. Bert. Bill. WILLIAMS.— Cherished memo ries of darling mother and pal. fell asleep August 30. last .year. She walks beside me Each part of every day. I try so hard to think She is Just away. —Lovingly Inserted by Adeline and Perce. WILLIAMS. Laura Maud.— Cherished memories of our dar ling mother and nanna, passed away August 30, 1950. Today I am thinking of someone, Whose heart was loving and true, Her face was as sweet as sunshine. Dear mother, that someone was you. — Sadlv missed by Clarrle, Bretta, Bubs and Trevor. WILLIAMS.— Treasured mem ories of our dear sister Maud, who fell asleep on August 30, 1950. So dearly loved. So sadly missed. —Nell and Charlie. ZACBARIAH. — In loving mem ory of dear mother, passed away August 21. 1947. Just to show we still remember your sweet face and loving smile —From daughter Faye, son-in-law Jim, grandson Lucky. ? RETURN THANKS EJURR.— RubyV. Burr and fam ? ily wish to THANK those whose addresses arc unknown for their kind expressions of sympathy in the sad loss of our husband ana father. ? CAMERON.— The wife and family of the late Claude Allen 1 Mick) Cameron wish to THANK all relatives and friends for all expressions of sympathy In their sad bereavement. Especially thanking Dr. Hawke and Dr. Bol len for untiring attention and kindness. ? GRIFFITHS.— Mr. H. Griffiths and sons Rex and Darrell Brown, wish to sincerely THANK all neighbors, relatives and friends for floral tributes, cards and per sonal expressions of sympathy in their sad loss of wife and mother Clarice Evelyn, late of Wanbi. Will all please accept this as our personal thanks? McPHERSON.— Mrs. D- McPher son and Pamela wish to sin cerely THANK all relatives and friends for floral tributes, tele grams, cards, letters and personal expressions of sympathy in their sad loss. Special thanks 10 Mr. Lane. Orivel family. Will all please i.cccnt this as our personal thanks? AfEDHURST.— The wife and JA children of the late James Edward Medliurst. of Glencoe East, wish to sincerely THANK all kind friends and relations for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and personal expressions of sym pathy in their recent sad and sud den bereavement. Will all please accept this as their sincere thanks, as they were too numerous to re Ply to personally? ? NOTTLE.— The daughters and sons of the late Mr. William Henry Nottle desire to THANK all kind friends, neighbors and re latives for floral tributes, cards and personal expressions of sym pathy in the loss of their dear father. Will all please accept this as our personal thanks? \\7ILSON.— Mr. J. H. Wilson and '» daughter, of Hilton, sincerely THANK all neighbors, relatives and friends for floral tributes, cards and personal expressions of svmpalhv in their sad loss of their dear wife and mother. Please accept this as our personal thanks.
UTEVENSON.— THE FRIENDS of PrE^Ns53d or'&ri2!iuSSSS ?itzrov terrace. Prospect, are re specUullv informed that the Re !£alns of their late loved DAUGH TER I Margaret I. were peacefully aid to rest (privately) on WED NESDAY, in the North Road Ceme tery. Archdeacon Bulbeck offl 6 GEO. DOWNS- & 6ON, „ , _ Funeral Directors. 67 Jeffcott street. North Adelaide ? Phone M9584. ? rrO-DGOOD.— THE FRIENDS of MX T&aSSfc are^eS ^.e^eTh^F^eVa^Pafforl Hg}' Beach rd.. Mile End. on THURSDAY, at 1.55 p.m.. for the West Terrace Crematorium. H. BOWER. Funeral Director. 2? Henlev Beach rd.. Mile End F. W. Blac':well Ltd. Proptrs. VIMLSH.— THE FRIENDS of the » late Miss ALICE WALSh! late of Kensington, are respect 'u'y informed that her Remains were peacefully laid to rest Ipri yately) in the North Road Ceme £--? on WEDNESDAY AFTER Nffl°Nted. The Rev. Harold Gills ALFRED JAMES & SONS LTD., A.F.D.A.. Funeral Directors, Onleyu-»,^rn^Ph°p' 5J.e!r|e street, Solomontown, TO C*nTetery yl- l0r the Port Pl& A. ME8CHKE & SON. Puneral Directors. Port Pirle. Phone 337. 4 ' i5LU?i. ORCHID. Rose Park 1JON TON Florists. South road m5G84an£g6rl7 W'ath» deliver t JKO. c. MORGAN Sc SOrts &&*«%«! Sf»NDaFlo%ms^LS; 'S629 ' 8fter *''*'' ?R- $? SALMON. Monumental IS. M£u°7°027? afc,?'' -'!*