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 5/-; 1/9 each additional. BIRTHS AYLIFFE. — On December 6, at Park Terrace Private Hospital, to Hilda and Bill— a daughter (Teresa Ann). Both well. Thank - ing Dr. Crafter and hospital staff. No visitors. BACHMANN (nee Davey). —On December 2, at Lameroo Hospital, to Shirley and Walter — a son. BARRETT (nee Norton). — On December 1, at Kingscote, to Jean and Bill— a son. Thanking Dr. Burnell and all in attendance. BASHAM (nee Millard).— On December 5, at S.C.D.H., to Hazel and Bill— a daughter (Robyn Muriel). Thanking all in atten- dance. CLARKE (nee Sincock).— On December 7, at Memorial, to Dorothy and Ron — a daughter (Elinor Judith). Both well. CLOSE.— On December 5, at the Memorial Hospital, to Louise and Maynard— a son (Andrew Frank). CORNISH (nee Wilson). —On November 22, at Glenelg Com., to Nora and Alf— a daughter (Julie Teresa). Both well. Thanking doctor and staff. DAVOREN.— On December 6, at Glenelg Community Hospital, to Val and Denis — a daughter (Anne Marie). Thanking Dr. Pellew, matron and staff. DEBNEY (nee Rabig).— On De- cember 5, at Charleville Base Hos- pital, to Ross and Shirley, of Arrabury Station, Queensland— a son (Frederick Stanford). DISHER. — On December 6, at Burra, to Lettie and Donald, of Hallett— a daughter (Bronwyn Hazel). DUANCE (nee Botten) — On De- cember 4, at Monreith Private Hospital, to Margaret and Richard — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Joynt and hospital staff. DUNSTAN.— On December 7, at Memorial Hospital, to Anne and Dick— a daughter. EASTHAM (nee Burgess). — On November 25, at Q.V.M.H., to Fay and Bob— a daughter (Christine Mary). A sister for Lynette. ELLIS (nee Mack). —On Decem- ber 5, at Q.V.M.H., to Noeleen and Frank— a daughter (Christine Dianne). Thanking all in atten- dance. GLAZBROOK (nee Neldeck).— On December 2, at Curramulka, to Veronica and Keith— a son (Roger Keith). Thanking Dr. Nicholls, Sister Lee and Nurse Ross. GRAY (nee Gibson).— On De- cember 5, at Glenelg Community Hospital, to Wallace and Yvonne — a son (Stephen Gibson). Both well. HANEL.— On December 5, at Q.V.M.H., to Von and Stirl— a son (Kim Francis). Both well. Grateful thanks to all in attendance. HORAN — On December 6, at Glenelg Community Hospital, to Patricia and Bernard— a daughter (Jillian Margaret). Special thanks to Dr. Carter and staff. HUGGARD (nee Dick).— On De- cember 5, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, to Maureen and Joe — a son (Bruce Wayne). Thanking Dr. Rice and Sister Stanford. HUGHES. — On December 4, at Calvary Hospital, to Morvyth and William E., of Dulwich— a son (Robert William). Both well. KENNEDY (nee Stella Scholz).— On December 5, to Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Kennedy, Devonport, Tas- mania — a daughter. KNOWLING. — On December 6, at Balaklava S.M. Hospital, to Poss and Ken— twins (Barry Ken- neth and Gay Susanne). Thank- ing all in attendance. LANGTON (nee Olsen). — On December 7, at S.C.D.H., Victor Harbor, to Joan and Len— a son (Ronald Leonard). Thanking all in attendance. Special thanks to Dr. W. H. Collins. MADDIGAN (nee Wiltshire). — On December 5, to Joan and Bob —a daughter (Heather Joan). Thanking doctors and staff of Q.V.M.H. MARCH.— To Alf and Ida — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Ben Johnston, sisters and staff Cal- vary Hospital. MATTE (nee Jones). — On Dec- ember 7, at Memorial, to Audrey and Ray— a son. Thanking Dr. Wurm and hospital staff. MAY (nee Chaney).— To Joan and Jack— a son (Raymond Les- lie). Born December 2. McNEILL (nee Brice).— To Marg and Jack— a daughter (Alison Margaret), at Memorial, on Dec- ember 7. Both well. Thanking Dr. Yeatman and staff. MILHINCH.— On December 6, at Calvary, to Ronnie and Keith — a daughter (Patricia Ann). NICHOLLS.— On December 7, to Valerie, wife of W. R. Nicholls— a daughter. O'SULLIVAN.— On December 6, at Mile End Emergency, to Shir- ley and Ron — a daughter (Patri- cia). Thanking all in attendance. REICHELT.— On October 28, to Muriel and Raymond — a son (David Raymond). SHERMAN.— To Bob and Betty, on December 4, at Henley Private Hospital— a daughter. SONNEMAN (nee Hutton). — On December 5, at Broken Hill Hospital, to Barbara and Bert— a son (Alan Nigel). Thanking all in attendance. Grandpop de- lighted. SULLIVAN.— To Bernard and Jean, at Henley Private — a son (Gary Bernard). Thanking Dr. Bowler and staff. TUCK.— On December 6, at Memorial Hospital, to Carmel and Ray— a dauhgter. Both well. VAUGHAN (nee Hansen). — On December 6, at Snowtown District Hospital, to Betty and Ted— a son (Malcolm Edward). Both well. Thanking all In attendance. WILLIAMS (nee Langley). — On December 6, at Monreith, to Gwenda and Malcolm — a son (Brenton Malcolm). Both well 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 Pamela Thorpe, 4 Moseley st., Glenelg (6 years). Miss Margaret Dansie, 51a Rose st., Prospect (21 years). Mrs. J. R. Elliott, Mannum. Mr. Mervyn Cotton, 24 Craigie st., Birkenhead. Master Malcolm Lockwood, Pinna- roo (3 years). SUNDAY, December 9. Mrs. R. A. Williams, 16 Dorene st., St. Marys (22 years). Mr. H. Thomas, 145 Coglin st., Brompton (79 years). Mr. John D. Gill, 'Nivek,' Spald- ing. Master Richard Read, Moogara, Tasmania (3 years). Mr. John Dawkins, Angle Vale. MARRIAGES GAWRYS— LEWIS.— The mar- riage of Shirley Joan, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Lewis, of Bay road, Mount Gam- bier, to Romuald, only son of Mrs. W. Prelecka, and the late Mr. J. Gawrys, of Warsaw, Poland, was solemnised at Mount Gambier on November 30. GOLDEN WEDDINGS HUTCHIN.— Mr. and Mrs. Hutchin, 75 Third avenue, Nails- worth, sincerely thank all rela- tives and friends for cards and goodwill messages on the occasion of their golden wedding. SILVER WEDDINGS KOTZ.— Mr. and Mrs. Allan S. Kotz, of Nuriootpa, take pleasure in announcing the 25th anniver- sary of their marriage, which took place in Waikerie Methodist Church on December 8, 1926. Rev Weeding officiated. McDERMOTT — O'BYRNE. — Of 70 Sturt avenue, Colonel Light Gardens, have pleasure in an- nouncing the anniversary of their wedding, solemnised at St. Igna- tius's Church, Norwood, Decem- ber 9, 1926. Rev. Father Corish, S.J. officiated. Approaching Marriages APPLETON — McALISTER. — The marriage of Heather Lorna, only daughter of Mrs. L. Cross- ing, of Culpallin Station, Wil- cannia, and the late Mr. K. Ap- ppleton, to Colin James, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. McAlister, of Goulburn, N.S.W., will be solem- nised at Gawler Church of Christ on Saturday, December 15, at 5 p.m. COULTAS — FENNER. — The marriage of Jeannine, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Coultas, of Victor Harbor, to John David, son of Mrs. and the late Mr. Dave Fenner, of Thebar- ton, will be solemnised at Sacred Heart Church, Hindmarsh, De- cember 15, at 5.30 p.m. CRAMP— GARRICK.— The mar- riage of Alison, fourth daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Cramp, Flinders Park, to Grant, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Garrick, Flinders Park, will be solemnised at West Hindmarsh Methodist Church on Saturday, December 15, at 7.15 p.m. Friends and relatives cor- dially invited to ceremony. No reception. DELO— SMITH.— The marriage of Patricia, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Delo, of Mile End, to Harold Kit Smith, son of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. A. Smith, of St. Peters, will be solemnised at Scots Church, North terrace, this evening, at 7 p.m. GATT— SMITH.— The marriage of Elaine, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Gatt, of Semaphore Park, to Frederick, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. D. Smith, of Levarick, Shetland, will be solem- nised at Port Adelaide Presby- terian Church, December 15, at 6.30 p.m.
Approaching Marriages HINE— LEWIS.— The marriage of Barbara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Hine, of Richmond, to Robert, son of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. V. Lewis, of North Wal- kerville, will be solemnised at Flinders Street Baptist Church on Friday, December 14, at 7.30 p.m. HOOPER— DRUMMOND. — The marriage of Marie, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Hooper, Mile End, to Arthur, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Drum- mond, Southwark, will be solem- nised at Mile End Church of Christ on Saturday, December 15, at 4 p.m. HUMPHREY— RICHARDSON. — The marriage of Shirley, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. J Humphrey, 3 Tyne avenue, Kil- burn, to Austin, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Richardson, Norwood, late of Cumberland, will be solemnised at Holy Trinity Church, North terrace, on Satur- day, December 15, at 6.30 p.m. LEIGH— WRIGHT.— The mar- riage of Valma May, eldest daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Aubrey Leigh, of Virginia, to Edward John, only son of Captain and Mrs. E. J. Wright, of Sandwell, will be solemnised at Saint Margaret's Church of England on December 29, at 3 p.m. LOMMAN— KNIGHT.— Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Lomman, of Port El- liot, have much pleasure in an- nouncing the marriage of their youngest daughter Patricia Ann, to Ronald Harold, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Knight, also of Port Elliot, at Port Elliot Con- gregational Church on December 15, at 3 p.m. MANSFIELD— HONEYCHURCH. —The marriage of Mavis, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Mansfield, of Port Lincoln, to Arthur, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. T. Honeychurch, of Robertstown, will besolemnised at the Pirie Street Methodist Church on December 15, at 6.30 p.m. MUDGE — BALL.— The marriage of Miriam E., second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Mudge, of Goodwood Park, to Albert E., only son of Mr. J. Ball, of Norwood, will be solemnised at St. Augus tine's Church, Unley, on Saturday, December 15, at 6.30 p.m. RENSHAW— COATS.— The mar- tiage is announced of Daphne, eldest daughter of Mrs. A. V. Ren- shaw and the late Mr. H. L. Ren- shaw, of Woodlands Park, to Les- lie, youngest son of Mr. J. C. Coats and the late Mrs. E. C. Coats, of Brompton, at Croydon Methodist, December 15, at 5 p.m. Friends and relations cor- dially invited. No reception. ROBERTSON — ROBERTS. — The marriage of Audrey, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Robertson, to Ross, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Roberts, both of Colonel Light Gardens, will be solemnised at Pirie Street Methodist Church, Saturday, De- cember 15, at 7 p.m. SUGARS — EDWARDS. —The marriage of Betty Lorraine, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Sugars, to Leslie John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Edwards, both of Norwood, will be solemnised at Scot's Church, North terrace, on Saturday, December 15, at 6 p.m. SULLIVAN — MULDOON.— The marriage of Constance Margaret, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Sullivan, Kensington, to William Ronald, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Muldoon, Melbourne, will be solemnised at Clayton Congregational Church, Beulah Park, on December 15, at 6.30 p.m. TEMBY— FREER.— The marriage of Fay, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Temby, of Glenelg, to Donald, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Freer, of Camden, will be solem- nised at St. Peter's Church, Glen- elg, on December 15, at 6.30 p.m. TRENGOVE — BAWHEY.— The marriage of Barbara, only daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Trengove, of Torrens Park, to Allan, youngest son of Mrs. F. Bawhey, of Everard Park, and the late Mr. W. Bawhey, will be solemnised at Malvern Me- thodist Church, on Saturday, De- cember 15, at 6.30 p.m. WARD — HENSEL.— The mar- riage of Joan Mary, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Ward, of Kadina, to Peter Elliot, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. A. W. Hensel, of Tusmore, will be solem- nised at Taylor Street Methodist Church, Kadina, on Saturday, De- cember 15, at 5.30 p.m. WILSON — HOWES.— The mar- riage of Loris May, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Wilson, of Victor Harbor, to David William, only son of Mr. R. A. Howes, of Walkerville, and the late Mrs. Howes, will be solem- nised at Christ Church, North Adelaide, on December 15, at 4 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS BREWIN — HUSSEY.— The en- gagement is announced of Doreen, only daughter of Mrs. E. Brewin, of Norwood, to Raymond, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Hussey, of Maylands. COOPER— CHILMAN.— The en- gagement is announced of Kath- leen Rose, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs H. G. Cooper, of Nor- wood, to Mervyn John, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Chilman, of Croydon. COUSINS— COOMBE.— The en- gagement is announced of Joan Lillian, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cousins, Bendigo, Victoria, to Murray Taylor, only son of Mrs. O. E. Coombe, Enfield, and the late Mr W. S. Coombe. DESLANDES — TIMMIS. — Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Deslandes, Largs Bay, have pleasure in announcing the engagement of their younger daughter Patricia, to John, only son of Mr. and Mrs J. T. Timmis, Seaton Park. DALY — KING.— The engage- ment is announced of Betty, youngest daughter of Mrs. M. L. Daly, of Linden Park, to Don Felix, youngest son of Mrs. L. L. King, of Linden Park. ELLIS — LOUDER. — Mrs. H. Ellis, of Millswood Est., an- nounces the engagement of Shir- ley, second daughter to Bill, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Louder, of Seacllff. FRITSCH — MUTZE.— The en- gagement is announced of Viola, third daughter of Rev. and Mrs. W. W. Fritsch, of Rose Park, to George, third son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mutze, of Dalby, Queens- land. GALLAGHER — HOLLAND.— The engagement is announced of Maureen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Gallagher, Norwood, to Bill, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Hol- land, St. Peters. HUNT — CONNOLLY.— Mr and Mrs. H. R. Hunt, of Port Wake- field, have pleasure in announcing the engagement of their daughter Shirley Patricia, to Ronald Max, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Connolly, of Adelaide. McINERNEY — BORGMAN.— The engagement is announced of Mary, daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. E. McInerney, of Unley Park, formerly of Moonta, to John, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Borgman, of Semaphore. McMILLAN — DUNSFORD.— The engagement is announced of Shirley Daphne, only daughter of Mrs. O. M. and the late Mr. J. A. McMillan, of Woodville Park, to Bruce Arthur, only son of Mrs. B. A. Pridham and the late Mr. A. Dunsford, of Waikerie. McPHERSON— GRUBITS. — The engagement is announced of Mar- garet Cecilia, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. McPherson, Modbury, to Tom Grubits, of Port- land. O'CONNELL— MOGG.— The en- gagement is announced of Yvonne, youngest daughter of Mrs. I. and the late Mr. W. T. O'Connell, of Glanville, to Sidney, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. S. K. Mogg, of Ethelton. RICHARDS — CHAMBERLAIN. —The engagement is announced of Roma, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richards, of Thebarton, to Kevin, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Chamberlain, of Norwood. SPENCER— DAVEY.— The en- gagement is announced of Wini- fred, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Spencer, of Bosanquet avenue, Prospect, to George, third son of Mrs. and the late Mr. F. C. Davey, of Torrens road, Croy- don. THOMPSON — CARGER.— The engagement is announced of Gloria Dawn, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Thompson, of Thebar- ton, to Francis William, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Carger, of Kensington TISHER— BURFORD.— The en- gagement is announced of Barbara, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Tisher, Port Pirie, to Ian, younger son of Mrs. T. Fowler, of Kirk- caldy, S.A., and the late Mr. A. E. Burford. DEATHS ALLINGHAM.— On December 6, at his residence, 95 Carlisle st., Ethelton, James, the beloved hus- band of the late Sarah Lawrence Allingham. Aged 95 yrs. ALLINGHAM.— On December 6, at his residence, 95 Carlisle street, Ethelton, James, loved father of Maurice, Hetty, Emily, Merle, Jim, George, Laurel, also Harry, Lottie (deceased). Aged 95 years. BARKER. — On December 6, at Millicent, suddenly, Reg, loving friend of Kath Andrews. BAWDEN. — On December 5, at 60 Third avenue, Forestville, Ellen, the beloved wife of the late Thom- as Rickard Bawden, and loving mother of Lillian, Margaret (de- ceased), Tom, Jean, Will, Lee, Mina, Jack and Maxwell (de- ceased). Aged 89 years. Sweet rest. God is Love. BEVEN.— On November 22, at Orroroo Hospital, George Robert, beloved husband of the late Catharine Beven and loving father of Tot, George, Albert, Ted, Fred, Mary. Aged 86 years. BEVEN. — On December 5 (sud- denly), Nellie Gertrude, wife of late Arthur Beven, 10 Kent road, Kent Town, loving mother of Thelma, Marjorie, Jean, Robert, Kenneth. Aged 63 years. BRAZEL. — On December 6, at her residence, 4 Moore street, Toorak Gardens, Kathleen, be- loved wife of James Francis Brazel. Requiescat in pace.
DEATHS BIDGOOD. — On December 7, at Ru Rua Private Hospital, Ade- laide, Winifred Mary, dearly be- loved wife of the late James Rogers Bidgood, late of Lochiel, and loving mother of Hazel, Jim, Audrey, Rhonda and Elsie. Aged 74 years. CARSON.— On December 6, at hospital, George Mitchell, be- loved husband of Bertha Alvina Carson, of 62 Bacon street, Hind- marsh, and loving father of Perce, Bert, Mabel (Mrs. F. Fenton, of Hindmarsh), Edith (Mrs. C. Back- strom, Whyalla), Norman (de- ceased), Ruby (Mrs. A. Webb, Torrensville), grandfather of Betty, Nancy and Robert, Gladys, Catherine, Bobbie and Carole, and great-grandfather of Barry and Sandra. Aged 80 years. CAWSE.— On December 7, at Berri, Henry Perc, beloved hus- band of the late Mabel Elizabeth Cawse, loving father of Nell, father-in-law of Elsie, and grand- father of Graham. Aged 79 years. At rest. DART. — On December 7, at the Loxton District Hospital, Alicia, dearly beloved wife of Frederick Dart, of Wanbi, and loving mother of Ron, Moss, Beryl and Cora. Aged 52 years. At rest. DURHAM. — On December 5 (suddenly), at Alice Springs, Ethel Mary, dearly beloved youngest daughter of Mrs. L. and the late George Henry Manoel, 18 Young street, Exeter. Aged 41 years. DURHAM.— On December 5 (suddenly), at Alice Springs. Ethel Mary, dearly beloved sister of Gert ( Mrs. S. Fleming. Ten- nant Creek. Doll (Mrs. A. Hard- ing. Exeter), Gwen (Mrs. W. Macey. Semaphore), George, Largs Bay, Harold, Osborne. Aged 41 years. ELSDON.— On December 7. at 4 Third avenue. Cheltenham, Margaret Jane, dearly beloved rife of the late James Elsdon. Iged 75 years. FRIDMAN.— On December 6. re ult of accident at Port P|rle. Ai lert Edward, beloved son or Mr. ind Mrs. K. E. Frldman. or 14 Jay street. Port Plrie West. Aged 9 years. HORGAN.— On December 7. at his residence, 130 Grant avenue, Toorak. Thomas B.. dearly be- oved husband or Sylvie. Requiescat in pace. JEFFERY. — On 'December 6. at Adelaide. Louisa Maria, widow or William Jeffery. late or Broken Hill. and loving mother of Annie Mrs. L. K. Turner, or Bonanzn y:ase. Broken Hllli. Aged 77 KOPPERS.— On December 6. at ler residence. 101 Langham place, 'ortland. Rose Koppers. beloved rire of the late Charles Koppers. oved mother of Kate. Dan (Syd ley). and Leslie (Adelalde). also Jack. Joseph. Robert and Walter Casey I deceased I. Aged 87 yrs. tequlescat In pace. McARTHUR.— On December 7. it her late residence. 7 Cralgle t-« Blrkenhead. Rachel, beloved fife of William McArthur. and oved mother of Esther (Mrs. J. :. Swensen), Emily (Mrs. A. J. lyam. Bill. Agnes, and Jack. Iged 74 years. R.I.p. McNEIL— On December 7, ? at ipspital, Maria, dearly loved wife if Samuel (Sam) McNeil and lov ng mother of Nance. Rod. Ivy and Alan, also Sam (deceased), iged 78 years. At rest. METCALF.— On December 5, at his sister's residence (Mrs. C. Grear. 19 Gladstone street, Fullar ton Estate), Alick Lyle. the dearly beloved youngest son of the late Mr.. and Mrs. J. S. Metcalf (late of Happy Valley), and the loved bro ther of Horace. Crispin. Stella Mrs. Chris Grear. and the late Linda. Aged 57 years. At rest. METCALFE — On December S, at ils sister's residence (Mrs. C. Grear. 19 Gladstone street. Fullar on Estate I. Alick Lyle. the dearly eloved youngest son or the late .Ir. and Mrs. j. s. Metcalf (late of Happy Valley). and the loved brother of Horace. Crispin. Stella Mrs. Chris. Grear). and the late Linda. Aged 57 years. At rest. NEFLER.— On December 1. at he residence of her daughter Mrs. L. C. Hansberryl. Warrack labeal. Victoria. Sophie, the be oved mother of Fan and darling janna of June, Pamela and Car en. Interred privately. Warrack NIENABER.— On Dec. 7. at hos iltal. Eva Gertrude Nienaber. or 3 Marlborough st.. College Park, eloved sister or Blanche (Mrs. Vehrl. Lillian (Mrs. Rutt) and -scar, and daughter or the late ). H. Nienaber. NIETSCHKE.— On December 7. .t her residence. William avenue, )a Costa Park. Anna Maria. Iearly beloved widow or Carl Herman Nietschke. of Tanunda. loving mother of Albert. Clara Mrs. Gehling). Walter. Carl, Dorothea (Mrs. Megaw). In her 87th year. Reunited. NITSCHKE.— On December 6, at lospital. Carl Edwin, late of 67 Melbourne street. North Adelaide, oved husband of Dorothea Ella, ind loving father of Warren. Mal colm, Brian and Yvonne. At rest. POSTLETHWAITE.— On Decem !F \, Q nis daughter's residence. !6 Holden avenue, Woodville. Robert, husband of the late Essie ind loving rather of Gert. Florrie. Tom, May and Edna, also Doro hea (Sydney) and John (de aased). Aged 88 years. At rest. POTTER.— On December 6, at his late residence. Whychwynds. Marino Rocks, William Frank, be oved husband of Fon Potter, and loving daddy of Jonathan. POTTER.— On December 6. at his late residence. Whychwynds, Marino Rocks, William Frank Pot er, the loved father of Evelyn, MarJorie, Bill and the late Jack RANKINE.— On Dec. 7, at prl 'ate hospital. Gertrude Beevor, econd daughter of the late James ind Isobel Rankine, of 'Wynd- rate.' Hindmarsh Island. SHAND.— On December 7. at a ^.'i?*6.}10'?1111!' George Frederick, msband of the late Ada Alma ahand, or 172 Port road. Hind narsh. Aged 72 years. .SMITH.— On December 7. at Adelaide, Jack Lawrence, beloved jusband or Elsie Smith, of 59 lohn street. Hindmarsh. and lov %'«''!? of Valerie. Janice. John ind Marilyn. Aged 36 years. SMITH.—On December 7. at Adelaide, Jack Lawrence, beloved son or Jack and Olive Smith, of 68 Bacon street. Hindmarsh and bro ther of Claude Edna aml Ted.' aged 36 years. SOLOMON lrs R. Hlllier 54 Kensington ?oad. Rose Park. Emily Jane, widow of Emmanuel Edward Solo mon- ai-d loving mother of Lily. Alice and Roy; grandmother of Albert, Arthur, Ronald and Mark, great grandmoth Lorraine, Kenneth, Cheryl and Gayn SOLOMON.— On December 6. 'he1enrdWo!yhLrI°dVayst and klnd t0 STEIKE.— On December 7. at Stockwell. Robert John- beloved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Steike, of Stockwell . Aged 5 1/2 mths THOMAS . On December 5 at Adelaide,Edwin James, Husb of Gwen of 41 Arthur street. Unley. and loved father of Miriel and Rene THOMPSON.— On Dec 5. at her £mde#S?M,1(! B,UIIer ''?? Chelten mt Edith', loving mother or May no'her-ln-law of Cliff an(, 'aj. n°'h|r °I Margaret. Peter. Judith »nd Robert. In her 81st year THURGARLAND.— On Dec ' 5 Port Pirie. Elizabeth Ann/ be! rhHSL?!.ife * the late Henry B. Thurgarland . and mother of Charles Marjory and Will. At rest. VEARING.-On December 6, at Adelaide. Thomas George, the dearly beloved husband of Birdie Evelyn Vearing of Mount Benson, and loving father of Phyllis, Clar- rie, Mick, Sylvie, Marj., Connie, Dorothy and Marie. Aged 73 years. WATLING— On December 6. at ;08 Glen Osmond rd , William John, beloved husband' of tag imily Watling. stepfather of Laurie and Reg. i'-c''B'll:r oi WHITEFORD. — At Taree M.SW,. Caroline Maud, dear KDe?hd,Mr1!SRa(y^nt,Styles( g^^O^aTUoiluV Sprlngbank. Edward George rSSiilTwfi1 oved ?i1«?and of E'«n mglls Wilson, of 40 Cedar avenue. or Edward and Constance. Lest Xge.lO5TyearsReQUl'C' ln pace WINTON. — On December 7. S?on'y- dearly beloved husband of Edith Wlnton. of 98 Qoodwooc road. Cumberland Park, and late or Yandama Station. N^.w. / patient sufferer at rest ZOBEL.— On December 6, at hospital, Brian Alfred, dearly be OVeA °22&iCW1.d..of, Mr. a25 yi& ££S^-\acdoS nephew of Nell. May. Bitty Von Aged 7'/, months. In God's car'' Heroes Of The Empire inA^em^rnfng;wri,^rnUeVb^r s^franhRBattw- a2K!. SfflSr1-, acit9i4°2D: ^iS8 -.'Sags. Ever remembered by his loving JJU'}. dad. sisters and only brother CARTER, SX33383.— In loving memory or Jack, accidentally kllle Ccwra. December B. 1D44. When last we saw your smiling ,.XouJS°ke(i 'Obrlght and well, Little did we realise It was our last farewell. —Inserted by mum. dad. brothers and sisters. CARTER. — In loving memory ol pur dear brother Jack, acddentalb killed. Cowra. December 9. 1844 Years roll on but memories last.— Sadly missed by Nell. Tom, Daph Jack, Jim, Dulcle.
Htrets Of The Empire 'At the going down of the sun and In the ?morning we will remember ? them.' ? CARTER.— Sacred to the mem ory of Jack.— Always remembered by Mr. and Mrs. Jack West. CARTER— la loving memory ot our brother Jack, accidentally tilled. Cowra. 1944. One of the best in every way. loved and missed more each day. — Ever re membered. Dot. Len and family. GASS. — In loving memory of Jack. Cpl.. SX8680. killed in ac tion. Guna. N.G.. December 8. 1942.— Dad, mum. sisters Joan. Betty. Doreen. HENNESSY.— Loving memories of Laurie, killed in action. Gona. December 8. 1942. Smiling, happy, always content. Loved and respected wherever he —Remembered always by his lov ing sister Kathleen and Colin. HENNESSY.— Memories of Lau rie, killed in action December 8. B42. — Always remembered by Thelma. Michael and family. HENNESSY. — In loving memory of Laurie, killed in action. Gona. December 8. 1942. We think of you. dear Laurie. With grief that's deep and true. There always conies that sad longing. Could we only speak to you. — Longed for always by his sis ter Merle. Bill and family. HENNESSY.— In memory of Laurie, killed in action. N.G.. De cember 8. 1942. Just two little words, not hard to write, bui ones we will remember all our lile. our pal. — Remembered by Ray Wisp and H. Smith. HUGHES. Rex Lewis.— A tribute to the memory of our beloved hus ?and and dad. 2/27th Batt.. killed n action. Gona. December 8. S42. — Always remembered by Hilda and Marion. LODGE. Sgt.. R.A.A.F.— In lov ine memory or my son Wallace. :illed in action. Turan. Italy. 1942 le lived lor those he loved, and those he loved remember. — Inser- ted by his loving mother. LODGE. Sgt.. R.A.A.F.— Treas- ured memory ot my brother Wal ace. lost his life. Turan. Italy. A leaf in our book of memories Is gently turned today. —Always remembered by his lov ing brother Dick and Betty. LODGE. Sgt.. R.A.A.F.— In fond memory of Wallace, killed in ac tion. Turan. Italy, 1942. One or the best in every way. loved and missed more every day. — Ever re membered by aunt Ruby, uncle Pred and children. Sydney. LODGE. Sgt. R.A.A.F.— In lov ing memory of our grandson Wallace, lost his life with nine companions, air .operations over luran. Italy. December 8. 1942.— Ever remembered by his grandpar ents A. and W. Cass. LODGE. Sgt.. W. E.— Fond me mories.— Freda and Lloyd Phll LUSCOMBE. SX3870.— In loving memory Gil. killed Gona. N.G.. 1942. Ever remembered.— Natalie. PERRY.— In loving memory or Roy. our son. who lost his lire on loard H.M.A.S. Australia. Decem -er 8. 1943. Measured memories or one so dear In our thoughts you are always here. —Inserted by mother and dad. SIGGINS. Ronald. — Treasured memories or our only son and brother, missing Malaya. 1951. At the going down or the sun and ln the morning we will remember them. — Mother, father, Rhoma, SPARKES. SX4050. 2/27th Bat- talion. — In loving memory of Ed- ward, killed ln action Gona, 1942. —Inserted by Floss and Fred. SPARKES. — In memory or Ed die, a real pal. k.i.a. Gona. De- cember 8. Years roll on. but memories last. — 'Spud' Sutcliffe. SCHRADER. — In Joving memory of our dear son and brother Har- old. presumed to have died De- cember 8. 1942, after sinking of H.M.A.S. Armidale. Sunshine fades, shadows fall. But loving memories outlast all. —Ever remembered by mother. Father. Eveline. Ron. Fred and Reta. THIELE. — In loving memory of our dear brother Percy, who was tilled In action on December 8, 1942. He lies across the ocean amongst Australia's brave. May God help us to be worthy of the sacrifice he made. — Lovingly re- membered by his brother Roy and sister-ln-Law Dot. THIELE. — In loving memory of or dear friend Percy, who was killed In action on December 8. 1942. You lived for those you loved. And those you loved remember —Always remembered by his lov- ing friends. Mr. and Mrs. O. Ger- lach and family. TUMMEL.— In loving memory of Jack, our beloved nephew, killed in action in New Guinea. R.I.P.— Win and Kit. TUMMEL.— A tribute to the me- mory of our pal Jack, killed in action Gona. A thought for today. A memory forever. — Remembered by Howard Smith and Ray Wise. TUMMEL. — In memory of our beloved son Jack, killed in action New Guinea, December 8. 1942.— Mother and father. TUMMEL. — In proud and honored memory of my brother and pal Jack, killed ln New Guinea, December 8. 1942.— Phil. TUMMEL. — In loving memory of our dear brother Jack, killed in New Guinea, December 8. 1942. —Kath and Brian McGrath. TUMMEL.— In loving memory of my daddy, killed in New Guinea, December 8. 1942.— Jack. IN MEMORIAM ABROOK.— In loving memory of our dear daughter Iris, who passed away December 8, 1945. Those we love are never lost, for always they will be forever near forever dear in cherished mem- ory.— Sadly missed by her mother ana father, . ABROOK.— In fond memory of Iris, who passed away December 3, 1945. Ever remembered as days pass on and years go by.— Inserted by her friend Jim. ADAMS. — Fond memories of Jossie. who left us six years ago. We smile with the world, but never forget in memory's garden you live with us yet. — Sadly missed by mother, rather and Brian. ADAMS. — In loving memory or my sister Dorothy, pased away December 8. 1945 A thought for today, A memory rorever. —Inserted by her sister Lillian and brother-in-law Eric. ADAMS. — In loving memory of my dear sister Dossie. who passed away December 8, 1945. As you rest ln peaceful sleep, Your memory I will always keep. — Always remembered by sister Jean and family ADCOCK, Orlando.— Cherished memories of dear father, who passed away at his residence 'Orlandoston,' Crystal Brook. December 9, 1935.— Remembered always by his loving daughter and son-in-law Ivy and Bob White law. Mt. Barker. ALTMANN.— In fondest memory of Harold, who passed away De- cember 8.— Always remembered by Ar. and Mrs. and Ross Fiegert. BEST.— In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma (Lenai. who passed away December 9, 1950. Sweet memories linger. —Ever remembered by Joyce, Claude and Pam. BOWER.— In sacred memory of Richard, our dear husband and ather, who passed away December 1. 1950.— Ever remembered by his loving wife and family. In Gods BRITTEN.— In loving memory of our dear gran, who passed away December 8. 1947. Cherished me mories silently kept.— Always re membered by Marie. Frank, Bub, Yvonne BROWN.— In loving memory of my dear wife Nel. who passed away December 8. 1946.— Remem- wred always by her loving hus BRUCE.— In loving memory of our nephew and cousin, Robert, who passed away December 8. 1950. Sweetest memory, fond and true, from those who though the world of you.— Sadly missed by Auntie Ruth. Uncle Max. and family. BURNS.— Fondest memories or Harrold. passed away Rosewater. Oecember 9. 1937. Years are ouickly passing, but memories are everlasting.— Sadly missed by his loving wife Lucy. Parkin street, tocklngham. Western Australia. — CONSTANTINE. Cleopatra.— In loving memory of dear mother, died December 9, 1943. God saw you were suffering. And it touched His heaft with So with gentle voice He whispered, 'Come, there Is peace and rest —Sadly missed by her loving sons Chris.. Dave and Alex. COOPER.— In loving memory of our dear husband and father. Rev. George Alfred Cooper, L.Th., who fell asleep on- December 8, 1950. Whom we have loved long since and lost awhile. —Ever remembered by his loving wife and family. , DANIEL.— In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away December 8, 1946. — Ever remembered by Norman and Bobble. DANIEL.— Fondest memories of Mary, who passed away December 8. 1946.— Always remembered by her mother. DAWSON.— In loving memory of our mother, who passed away on December 9, 1950; also father, passed away December 22. 1929. The tears ln our eyes do not glisten, our faces arc not always sad. but God alone knows how we miss them.— Ever remembered by their daughter and son-in-law. Thyra and Bert. DAWSON. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on December 9. 1950: also father, who passed away December 22. 1929. A thought for today, a memory forever. — Always remem bered by her daughter Sylvia. Al lan and family. FIGG. — To the sweet memory of Thelma, who passed away Decem ber 8. God must have a beauti ful garden.— Always remembered by Rene and Humphrey. FIGG. — In loving memory of Thelma. passed away December 8. 1943. Your memories are our dearest keepsake. — Ever remem bered by mother and father. Meadows. FRANCIS. — In loving memory of our dear dad and grandpa, who passed away December 8. 1949. We often look at your photo, which seems to smile and say. 'Don't grieve. I am only resting: we will meet again some day.'— Ever remembered by Lil, Snow and Robert.
IN MEMORIAM FRANCIS.— In lorlnit memory of lur dear dad. who passed away )ecember 8. 1949. Many arc the lulet hours we feel his presence iear, treasured are the memories if our dad we loved so dear. — Al- vays remembered by Alb, Eun.. :arol and Judy. FRANCIS.— In loving memory of -ur dear dad and grandpa, who lassed away December 8. 1949. *ou gave a lot or years to me. In tenderness and cure: t'.i through your sweetness I recall Just pleasant memories there, 'ou crowded in as much reul Joy As anyone could give: ind. dad. I'll remember you As long as I shall live. -Ever remembered by Marge. -arby and Pam. FRANCIS.— In loving memory of ay dear husband. Albert, who -assed away December 8. 1949. Hone and unseen he stands by my side, ind whispers. 'Don't grieve, death cannot divide. Veep not for me. nor wish me back; now from pain am free, ind in my Jesus' arms I rest, Vhere I did long to be. ^EveM!jrernembered ?-* 'Li loving GARDINER.— In loving mem iry of my dear son Frank Gardi ler. died or accident. December A thought lor today, a memory -Ever ' remembered by his nother. GARDINER. Frank.— In loving nemory or a true and sincere riend.— Always remembered by losle. Owen and'boys. GARDINER.— In loving -memory ir my dear husband. James Alex '5docr- SSSdta'S'hSS?*r»ft i1.r&rMnauidn-Sadly 1''SSed by GARDINER.— In loving memory -t dad. who passed away Decem -er 8. 1950. -Ever remembered by Em and SeofMtBIU. Laurel and Barry. GODFREY.— In loving memory f my dear mother and grandma, rho passed away December 8. is you rest ln peaceful sltep rour memory we will always keep jEver remembered by Ruby and GOLDMAN.— In loving memory f mother, who passed away De ember 8. 195O.-Ever remiK ered. lovlnit son Charlie. GOODMAN.— In loving memory f '.''ll?/,: '»ssed away Decem er 8. 1950.— Ever remembered by aughter Thelma. son-in-law Ray nd grandchildren. GRAFF.— In loving memory of ear Joe. passed away December . 1950. I little thought the nd was near, a .sudden change in moment fell, with not a chance » say farewell.— Ever remem j1! Dy,.nls loving sister Evelyn nu lamily. HARDER.— In loving memory or ur dear Nan. who passed away -ecember 9, 1943. Years are ulckly passing, but memories are verlosUng.— Always remembered Uta'ran ers Yvonne and HEWETT-— In loving memory or lorotny. who passed away on ^cember 9. 1950. West Aust. A nought for today, a memory for amiiy e by the Hewett HOPKINS.— Sweetest memories ?i.i 7#die.'r daughter and sister £sle. fell asleep, December 9. 'hose we love are never lost, For always they will be or ever near, for ever dear. In hallowed memory. -Inserted by loving mother and HOPKINS.— Sweet memories of ear Else, fell asleep ln Christ, lecember 9. ljHB.-Sadly misled y Lloyd. Mavis, family. HOPKINS.— In loving memory f my dear niece Elsie, died- at irallaroo. December 9, 1948. Rest }. P/ace.— Remembered by Aun HOPKINS.— In loving memory 'Else, passed away December 9, B48.— Remembered always by lorls. Harold and ramlly. HUGHES.— In loving memory of ly brother George, pasted awas uddenly December 9. 1940. Lov 3E memories last for ever.— Re- lembered by his sister Edith, rother-in-law Joe. nephew Wal er and Dorothy. IRELAND. — In loving memory f dear father, who passed away t Kellerberrin, Western Austra a. on December 8. 1948. Time alters many things, but lemorles never fade. -Always remembered by daugh Er Maude, son-in-law Jim. IRELAND. — In /loving memory f dear grandfather, who passed way at Kellerberrin. Western .ustralla on December 8, 1948. .s you rest in peaceful sleep, Your memory we will always. -In&erte'd by loving grandchild en. Phyllis. Pike and Bryan. JOCHINKE. Hermann.— Acci- entally drowned at Morgan, Dec. . 1950. Deep in our hearts Is a lemory. — Fred, Ben and slsterin iw Norah LANGFORD. — In loving memory f our dear husband and rather, ?ho passed away December 8, 949. At night when shadows are ailing and we are here alone, here always comes the longing hat you could Just come home. — :ver remembered by his loving rile Rose and son Roy. LOVELL, Walter.— In loving lemory or dear dad. pasted away lecember 8. 1044.— Ever remem ered by Myra, Jack, R.A.A.F. MARTIN. — In loving memory or lother and grandmother, who assed away December 9, 1945. A entle thought for tomorrow. — lemembered by son Clarence, aughter-in-law Rene, grand hildren Wendy, Rosalie, Anthony, lianne and Charmnine. MARTIN. — In loving memory ot ear mother, who passed away )ecember 8. 1940.— Always remem ercd by Ken and Gwen. MATSCHOSS.— In loving mem ry or my dear husband. Wall, iassed away December 8, 1947. 'he memories of the days we hared, those happy - years to ether, still bind us ln that love livlne, which death will nevei ever.— Sadly missed by loving rife. Lizzie. MATSCHOSS.— Cherished mem rles or uncle, passed away De ember 8. 1947. Too dearly loved 0 be forgotten.— Gordon and jin McKEITH.— In loving memory f my dear mother. :he call was swift and sudden, No chance to say goodbye, lut memories* always linger. As the years roll by. -Inserted by Alice, Alien and McNAMARA.— In loving memory if my wife, who passed away De ember 9, 1947. — Ever remembered ly her loving huband. R.I.P. McNAMARA.— In loving memory if dear mum. rime passes, but memories remain for ever. -Bill. Doff and children. McNEIL.— In loving memory of lur dear mother, who passed away Jecember 8. 1935. Always remem lered. — Inserted by her loving laughter Lil. son-in-law Jack. McNEIL.— In loving memory of Iear mother, who passed away December 8. 1935. A thought for today. A treasured memory always. -Ever remembered by Harold and 31ad. McNEIL. — In loving memory of nother, passed away December 8, .935. Time alters many things. But memories never fade. -Ever remembered by Doll. McNEIL. — In loving memory of nother, passed away December B, .935. Measured are the memories of one we loved so dear. —Ever remembered by Elsie and Sordon. McNEIL. — In loving memory of ny dear mother, who passed away December 8. 1935. fears roll on, but memories stay Is near and dear as yesterday. -Ever remembered by Son and Vln. McNEIL.— In loving memory of mr dear mother, who passed away December 8. 1935. 1 beautiful memory Is all we have left. -Ever remembered by her laving laughter Gert and family. McNEIL. — In loving memory of irandma. passed away December I, 1935. t thought for today, a memory for ever. —Ever remembered by Edna and lean. MODRA. — In loving memory of mr dear father who passed away December 8, 1941, and mother, who massed away October 15, 1946.— 3ver lovingly remembered by Uyra. Lurllne and Pamela. MORGAN.— In loving memory of -ur dear mother, who passec iway December 8, 1937. also dad. January 31. 1943. You are Just as iear and dear today as In the lour you passed away. — Always remembered by Bert. Cyril. Ron. Btella and George. OLSSON.— Cherished thoughts if mother, whose memory Is one }f our dearest treasures. — Sadly missed by daughter May, Rober and Kevin. OLSSON. Mary T.— Died De :ember 9. 1949. To the world you were- only one. ro me. mother, you were the world. —Inserted by Harold (Tarlin). and Kath. OLSSON, Mary.— To the me mory of dear old mum. Immacu late heart of Mary, your prayers for her extcl. O sacred heart of Jesus, have mercy on her .soul. — Insetted by Eileen and Leonard Gluyns. OLSSON. Mary T.— Dearest memories of my dear old grandma. —Inserted by Joyce. Lewis am family. OLSSON.— In loving memory of dear gran, passed away Decem ber 9. 1948. — Always remembered by Elaine, Des and children. PAGE. — In loving memory o our dear wife, mother and nana, who passed away December 8, 1950. Ever remembered and so sadly missed. — Inserted, by your loving husband, son Elvis I Gor don I. daughter-in-law May. anc grandchildren. Jacqueline unt Elaine. PAGE. — Loving memories of dear mum and nnnna. who passed away December 8. 1950. Every day in the same sweet way. mum, your memory comes our way. — Always remembered by Val, Gor don and Roger. ) PAGE. — In loving memory of our darling mother and granny, passed away December 8. 1950. No length of time can take away the thoughts of you from day to day. —Ever remembered by daughter Daisy. Eon and Robert.
IN MEMORIAM PAGE. — In memory of my dear wife, who passed away December I. 1950. — Always remembered by her husband. PAGE.— In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away December 8, 1950.— Sadly missed by Laura. Tom. and grandchildren. John and Lorraine. PAGE. — Cherished memories or pur darling mother and gran, who passed away at Spaldlng. December 8. 1950 Without a tare well .spoken she silently passed away.— Ever remembered by Flor rie. Arthur. Don and Barbara. PASCOE.— in loving memory or Dur dear father and grandpa, who )assed away December 9, 1950. Treasured memories. — Ever re membered by Muriel. Charles and Pam. PASCOE.— In loving memory of Dur dear rather and grandpa, passed away December 9, 1950. \ golden gate .stood open On that sad, unhappy day. With farewells left unspoken You peacefully passed away. —Sadly missed by Elsie. Norman, and little Jennifer. PASCOE.— In loving memory of Jncle Horace, who passed away December 9. 1950. —Ever remembered by May and Myrtle. PHILLIPS.— In loving memory of dear Margaret, passed away De cember 8. 1945. To the world she was one. To me she was all the world. —Always remembered by her lov ing mother, sister Norecn. PIKE. — In loving memory ol dear Win. passed away December B. 1945.— Loved and remembered always by sister Doll. George and Doss PIKE. — In loving memory or our dear mother, who passed away Jecember 8. 1947. Today we are thinking of someone. Whose heart was so loving and true. Her smile was as sweet as the sun shine. That someone, dear mother, was you. —Always remembered by her lpv ng son George, daughter-in-law May. PITCHER — In loving memory -f dear dad and grandpa. — Ever remembered by Thelma, Cecil and Carolyn. PITCHER. — In memory of Stan- ley, passed away December 8, 1948. — Inserted by his wife, son Hol- is, daughter-in-law Dot. PRICE.— In loving memory of ny dear wife Maud, who passed iway December 8, J 936.— Inserted iy her loving husband Ern. PRICE. — In loving memory of ny dear mother, who passed away Jecember 8. 1936.— Ever remem jered by her loving daughter PRICE.— In loving memory of -ur dear mother, passed away De :ember 8. 1836.— Ever remembered jy Lil and Bert. . RAWSON. Harold (Jock). — Passed away December 8. 1950. —Always remembered by his loved 'redPATH.— In loving memory it our darling little son and irother. Klngsley. who passed iway suddenly on December 9. 1950, as result of accident. , t little flower Just lent, not given. To bud on earth, and bloom ln heaven. To have, to love, and then to part [s the saddest blow to a parent's heart. ? Safe ln the arms of Jesus. —Always loved and remembered -y mummy, dad. Enid and Mar caret. REDPATH.— In loving memory if our precious little grandson £lngsley John, called home on December 9. 1950. -So dearly loved, so sadly missed ly grandma, grandpa and Uncle Irian. REDPATH.— In loving memory if dear little Klngsley. passed iway suddenly December 9. 1950. Ever ln our thoughts. —Aunty Joan and Uncle Ray. REDPATH.— Fondest memories if darling Klngsley John, sud lenly recalled on December 9. 950. dvlng memories silently kept. 4ot Just today, but every day. al ways. —Dorothy. Frank and Sandra. REDPATH.— In loving memory if my dear little pal. miss you so much Klngsley. 3ut ln make believe we ofttlmes play together, ^ove Is eternal. —Affectionately remembered by 4oel. RITTER. — In memory of my nother. passed away December 9, 1942. Also dad. passed away Sep ember 23. 1951. joving memories of my parents. —Ever remembered by May. SALOTTI.— In loving memory of mr dear mother and grandma, vho passed away December 8. 1932. Your memory Is a keepsake From which we never part. God has you ln His keeping. We have you ln our hearts. —Ever remembered by her loving ion Gatle. and grandchildren Phil Is, Dorrle. Mickey. SALOTTI. — In loving memory if my dear mother, who passed iway December 8, 1932. / 5o dearly loved, so sadly missed. —Remembered by her loving son 3111, daughter-in-law Myrtle and rrandchlldren. SALOTTI.— In loving memory if mother and gran, passed away Jecember 8. 1932. Treasured memories linger on. —Always remembered by son Carl, ?Elizabeth. Bob and Carllen. SCHULZ. C. A.— In loving nemory of dear dad and grandpa, Da.ssed away December 9, 1948. Sadly missed. — Always remem lered by his loving daughters, Llla. Elsie and family. SMITH.— In loving memory of )ur dear husband and father, Seorge Frederick, died at Wal laroo. December 9. 1946. Rest ln aeace. — Sadly missed by loving site and family. SMITH. — In loving memory of }ur dear dad. who passed away December 9. 1946.— Ever remem rered by Arthur. Llll and family. SMITH. — In loving memory of jur dear father and grandfather, who passed away December 9. 1945.— -Ever remembered by his :on Albert, daughter-in-law Phyl lis and family. SMITH. — In loving memory or my dear dad. who passed away jn December 9. 1946. We will al ways remember you for ever.— Mien and Nancy. SMITH.— In loving memory ol iur dear rather and grandpa, who sassed away December 9. 1946.— Ever remembered by Les. Ollle and grandchildren . SPEARS.— In memory or our iear dad and grandpa, whopassed away December 7. 1950. Forevei in our thoughts.— Frank. Laurel and grandchildren. SPEARS.— In loving memory of dad. who died December 7. 1950. k Iear in our book or memories Is gently turned today.— Always remembered by Murray. Betty and children. WALTERS.— In loving memory sr our dear wife and mother, who passed away December 9, 1948. Loving remembrance forever lingers on. —Inserted by her loving husband, daughter and son-in-law. WEEKS. — In sweet memory of c'eemrbeGre°9?t94W9hO Dassed*»' °-=- -Ever remebmered by his loving WHITE. A. W.— In loving mem 7 »1 our dear husband and ather. passed away December 9. rjEy'er remembered by his loving S1alefIanada?atlm%UeShterS J°yce and WHITING.— In loving memory of ?^ialwTythrSSceEmgrrf93?hO W'£fCOCKS.-Treasured mem Se'c1mOberd7e.ari9d0ad' Pa58ed away Pne «-» 'he best in every way. hu dn^nd n^ed every day. Pleasure8'7 Was our Breatest HtreXure'nr n°W 0Ur «reatest —Always remembered by Eva. nf'SSLC9fKS'-£0V'nlt memory &SSJF?Wer- passed away AgSihdeeriul sni'e- a heart of ^ ^orfed ifoir'1'11' the -Always remembered by Olive and ory1,Y'f0thKrS--in lovln* mem DMemyrTwSO*110 P8S5ed aWay Sem%iSlnIvera?addediCwaayybUt -Ina loving memory. Bru?e 'and SulVanATJivrOn £ece,!nbe»- «? '49. FoUaid.nNorweoo°i M' Wyalt' Beula' 3HW*O*ANKS~ ABth?T.'™Mrs- Abbot and Dor°: «V Ma*HoSmancall-'r'o?da S* huband and father, also A HNOLD The sons and daugh tnfd-isVto^NK'a,,A;e.?: g.?e;.dgr»et^.flcOarradUn'U ?J f .°,nal wessioni' of sympathy L »itnnlr 'cent bereavement. Es pecially thanking Mesdomes Giles. Semmens and Jeffries, also district nurse for kindness anc help, will all pleast accept th& as a personal expression of our thanks? ? — ? tJADMAN.— The son and daugh 13 ters of the late Alexander Badman wish to THANK kind friends and relatives for floral tri butes, letters and telegrams and sympathy ln loss of our father. Personal thanks to Dr. Ross, of Croydon. ? BURTON.— The sister and brothers or the late Mrs. M. Burton sincerely THANK all re latives and friends for beautiful floral tributes, letters, cards, tele grams and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Will all kindly accept this as a personal expression of their sincere thanks? ? 1 JOYCE.— The family of the late ?- Mr. W. Boyce. of St. Morris, wish to THANK all relatives and friends for floral tributes, let ters and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent bereave ment. Please accept this as their personal thanks? ? C1REGORY.— Relatives or the ?» late Mrs. E. Gregory THANK all friends for kind thought* and floral tributes during thMr recen sad bereavement. — — — —
-4 LLINOHAM. — THE FRIENDS i\. ol tne late Mr. JAMES ?tuUNGHAivI are respectfully in lormed tnat his Remains were re moved from his late residence, 95 Carlisle street, Etnelton. on iRl JAY, 7th inst.. and privately laid lo rest In the Cheltenham L'eme lery. Rev. c. Chlttieoorough lindly otticlaied. ALAN C. DESLANDES. Undertaker, B4 Semaphore road, Semaphore. ? J6511. ? I3AWDEN.— THE FRIENDS ot D the late Mrs. ELLEN BAW JiSN, of til) Third avenue. Forest .?iue, are respectiully lmormed hat her Remains were reverently aid to rest ( privately i ln the Cen ennlal Park cemetery on FKI JAY, December 7. PArtTlNUTON Si SON, Funeral Directors, South road. Black Forest. LF1246. IJrtAABU.— Kequiem Mass was D celebrated In St. Ignatius jnurcn. Queen street. Norwood. -n FRIDAY MORNING for the rtepose of the Soul or the late Mrs. KATHLEEN BRAZEL, be loved wife ot Mr. James Francis Brazel. of 4 Moore street, Toorak 3ardens. alter which her Remains nere peacefully laid to rest ln the Catholic section, Centennial Park Cemetery. Rev. R. Farrelly offl :lated. FRANK J. SIEBERT. Funeral Dlrtctor, 47-49 Waketleld street.' Phones. C413 and C6236. BIDGOOD.— THE FRIENDS Of the late Mrs. WINIFRED MARY BIDGOOD are respectfully Informed that her Funeral- will leave the residence of her son. Mr. Jim Bidgood, Maro Creek, Lochiel. on SUNDAY. December 9 at 3 p.m., for the Salt Lake Cemetery. C. W. MATTERS. Funeral Director. ? Snowtown. Phone 66. rtARSON — THE FRIENDS or the J^'ate Mr. GEORGE M. CAR SON, or 62 Bacon street, Hlnd na'h. are respectrully informed hat his Funeral Service was con lucted privately on FRIDAY 1FTERNOON, at the Hindmarsh Cemetery. Rev. J. C. Scarborough ifficlated. F. T. ELLIOTT & SONS, Funeral Directors, Hindmarsh. LU6129, LU4668. DAWSE.— THE FRIENDS or the late Mr. HENRY PERC 2AWSE, or Berri, are respectfully uiormed that his Funeral is ap tointed to leave the Church of Sngland. Berrl. THIS DAY (SAT JRDAYi. at 2.30 p.m.. for the 3erri cemetery. Rev. Robjohns till officiate. V. M. RUMBOLD. A.F.D.A.. Funeral Director. ?hone Renmark 99 and Barmera D'~ ART.— THE FRIENDS of Mr. FREDERICK DART, or Wanbi. ire respectrully Informed that the ?'uneral of his late WIFE i Alicia) rill leave the undertaker's resl lence, Loxton. THIS DAY (Satur lay). at 4 p.m.. for the Loxton ''loxton joinery works. Undertakers, ? Loxton. Phone 57. ' ? ELSDON.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. MARGARET JANE 5LSDON are respectfully informed hat her Funeral will leave her ate residence. 14 Third avenue. :heltenham. on MONDAY, at 10 i.m., for the Cheltenham Ceme erTF. T. ELLIOTT & SONS. Funeral Directors. Port road. Hindmarsh. LU4668. ? LU6129. ? L-miDMAN.— THE FRIENDS of V Mr. and Mrs. K. E. FRIDMAN, if 14 May street. Port Pirle West, ire respectfully Informed that the 'uneral of their late beloved SON Albert Edward) will leave their esidence THIS DAY (Saturday) or the Port Pirle Cunetery. A. MESCHKE & SON. Funeral Directors. Port Pirle. Phone 337. aEWITSON. — THE FRIENDS of Mr. JIM HEWTTSON are espectfully Informed that the 'uneral of his late beloved WIFE Margaret) will leave his resl ence. 6 Corunna avenue. Colonel Jght Gardens, on SATURDAY, at 1 a.m., for the Centennial Park lemetery. ALFRED JAMES & SONS LTD., A.F.D.A.. Unley and Mile End. ? UA1129. ? HORGAN.— THE FRIENDS Of the late Mr. THOMAS BER NARD HORGAN are respectfully informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence. 130 Grant avenue. Toorak. THIS DAY Saturday), at 10.30 a.m.. for St. Peter Claver's Church. Dulwich. hence for. the Catholic section. Centennial Park Cemetery. FRANK J SIEBERT. Funeral Director. 47-49 Wakefield street, Phones, C413 and C6236. TEFFERY.— THE FRIENDS or 3 the late Mrs. LOUISA MARIA IEFFERY, late of Broken Hill and 3iggs Flat, are respectfully in ormed that her Funeral Service vas conducted privately on FRI DAY AFTERNOON at the Hind narsh Cemetery. Rev. J. C. Scar loroueh officiated. F. T. ELLIOTT & SONS, Funeral Directors. Hindmarsh. Phone LU4668. KOPPERS.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. ROSE KOP »ERS, beloved widow of Charles Coppers, of 101 Langham place, ?ortland. are respectfully ln ormed that her Remains were peacefully laid to rest in the :atholic section. Cheltenham lemetery. on FRIDAY. 7th Inst. lev. T. C. Cotter. O. Carm., offi latedFRANK J. SIEBERT, Funeral Director. 47-49 Wakefield street. Phones, C413 and C6236. Iff CARTHUR.— THE FRmNDSof SI Mr. WJXLIAM McARTHUR ire respectfully Informed that the 'uneralof his late WIFE (Rachel) fill leave his residence. 7 Cralgle itreet. Blrkenhead. on MONDAY. it 11 a.m., for the Catholic por ion of the Cheltenham Cemetery. LEN R. MOORE, Undertaker. 30 Alsop street. Semaphore. Phone J6364. ? « ? CARMEL FLORIST. Maglll t\. rd.. Norwood and Kensington Park. Phone F5019. Wreaths del. GEO. E. MORGAN & SONS. Monumental Masons. Head ifllce, 193 Victoria sq. Branch ifflces. 132 West tee. and High St., CTENLEY FLORISTS. Wreaths tl del L8680: after hrs. LU5258. Iff ONUMENTS at reduced rates. LUNeil S: Shelton Ltd. Quality s cheapest. 77 Main North rd.. lallsworth. Phone ML1951 all P1OUROSPECT Florist, 62 Gladstone road. Prospect. All floral tri *ntes delivered. ML471B. ? — PENGILLY'S floral wreaths. 47 Grote st. C2108: after hours. :S629. ? R. w. SALMON, Monumental .Mason. 3 Ballara St.. Mile Snd. LU7027, all hours. ? RETURN THANKS TAMES.— Mr. and Mrs. Geo. -J James and family wish to [HANK all relatives and friends tor their kind expression of «ym nathy. letters, cards, telegrams md floral tributes In their recent ;ad loss of their beloved son and jrother. Please accept this as our personal thanks, also special hanks to Mrs. A. Curtis. ? HOWARD.— Mr. R. rtanclsco and Mrs. Harris, the brother ind sister of or the late Mr. T. toward wish to THANK all kind elatives and friends for floral trl -utes. telegrams and cards ln ;heir recent tad bereavement, es jecially near neighbors. Will all Dlease accept this' as our personal thanks? ? LDJDSEY. — Mrs. Doris Llndsey. 66 Augusta street. Helmsdale. wishes to THANK all rellatlves ind friends, for cards, letters, per sonal expressions of sympathy, in tier recent sad bereavement. ? \ffTLLAY.— The ramlly or the ftllate W. J. Mlllay. late M.T.T., jr 41 Ballville street. Prospect. Blsh to THANK all kind friends ind relatives for their floral trl jutes. letters, telegrams and per sonal expressions of sympathy ln their ' recent sad bereavement. Special thanks to Northern Sub urbs Ambulance Association. ? NICOLLE—The sons and daugh- ters of the late Mrs. Amelia Nicolle, wish to THANK all kind friends and relatives for tele- grams, letters, cards and floral tributes in their recent sad be- reavement. Will all please accept this as their sincere thanks? Es- pecially thanking Doctors Ever- ard and Kneebone and the Rev. Clarke. 1-ATTEN.— Mr. John A. Patten. . of 40 Elizabeth street, Plymp ton. wishes to THANK all kind relatives and friends for beauti ful floral tributes, cards, tele grams and personal expressions of sympathy in the sad loss of his dear wife. Will all please ac cept this as a personal expression of my sincere thanks? ? \VENMOUTH.— Mr. Tom Wen It mouth, Mr. and Mrs. Rich ardson. Carlyle and Jean, o Beverley. sincerely THANK all relatives and friends for beautiful floral tri butes, letters, cards and personal expressions of sympathy in the sad loss of their dearly loved wife and daughter. Will all accept this as personal thanks, especially the office stafi of John Martins and Pllklngtons. Port road? ? WIGHT.— Mr. T. C. Wight, li wishes to sincerely THANK relatives and friends for beauti ful floral tributes, letters, cards and personal expressions of sym pathy. In the sad loss of his dearly beloved wife. Will all please accept this as a personal expres sion of sincere thanks? ? Wilkinson.— Mrs. Wilkinson -- wishes to THANK all rela tives and friends for kind ex pressions of sympathy received during her bereavement. Espe cially to those who came to her late husbands assistance. Please accept this as a personal acknow ledgement of her gratitude. 50 Se'lh street, Albert Park. ? WOODS'.— Mrs. B. V. Woods -» wishes to THANK relatives and friends for 'kind sympathy, cards and floral tributes. Dr. D. B. McLeay for kind attention. Rev. Harold GIIm and Mr. H. B. Ganonl. ln her recent *ari or reavement. ?
\f cNETL.— THE FRIENDS of Mr. IWLSAMUEL McNEIL are respect rully informed that the Funeral )f his late beloved WIFE ( Mario i rill leave his residence, 104 Rus sell street. Rosewater. on MON DAY, at 11 a.m. for the Chelten liam Cemetery. HAROLD J. MOORE. Undertaker. ?'28 Port rd.. Alberton. Phone J1057 ^TEINABER.— THE FRIENDS of t the late Miss EVA OER rRUDE NEINABEH. of 33 Marl rorough street. College Park, are -espectfully notified that her Re nains were reverently laid to rest privately) in the Bayneham Cemetery on FRIDAY AFTER NOON. Rev. C. G. Forward ofll :lated. W. WILLIAMSON & SON. Funeral Directors. 124 Wellington road. Payneham. . ? FA1707. ? NIETSCHKE.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. ANNA M. yiETSCHKE are respectfully in Formed that her Funeral will eave her late residence, Wil liam avenue. Da Costa Park, on SATURDAY, at 9 o'clock, arriv ing at Langmeil Cemetery. Tan unda, at 11 o'clock. F. H. TREVELION. Funeral Director: Commercial road. Brighton ? X7318. ? ALTERATION OF DATE XTITSCHKE.— THE FRD3NDS of Ljthe late Mr. CARL EDWIN yiTSCHKE are respectfully In Formed that his Funeral will leave ils late residence. 67 Melbourne street. North Adelaide, on MON DAY at 11 a.m. for the Lutheran section of the New Enfleld Ceme ery' Pi LeCOHNU. A.F.D.A.. 71 Prospect rd.. Prospect. ML2368: 18 O'Connell st.. North Adelaide. (F. W. Blackwell Ltd.. Propts.l POLLARD.— THE FRIENDS of L Mr. BERT NELSON POL* ^ARD, or Lockday. late or Lens vood. are respectrully informed hat the Funeral or his late SON Nelson George I will leave the 'esidence or Mr. L. V. Caust. iummertown. TODAY (Saturday). it 10 a.m. for the Norton Summit :emetery. L. V. CAUST. Undertaker, ? Summertown. ? POSTLETHWAITE. — THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. IOBERT POSTLETHWAITE, late if 14 Katherlhe street, Ethelton, ire respectrully Informed that his lemalns were removed from the ?arlor. 228 Port road. Alberton, in FRIDAY AFTERNOON.. 7th nst., and privately laid to rest n the Cheltenham Cemetery. HAROLD J. MOORE. Funeral Director. 228 Port road. Alberton. ? Phone J1057. ? RANKINE.— THE FRIENDS ol the late Miss GERTRUDE JEEVOR RANKINE are respect ully Informed that her Funeral rill leave Caldwell's. Strathalbyn. in SATURDAY at 3 o'clock for the itrathalbyn Cemetery. GEO. DOWNS AND SON. North Adelaide. ? Phone M9584. ? 2HAND. — THE FRIENDS of the 3 late Mr. GEORGE FREDE ilCK SHAND. ot Land or Pro nlse Hotel. 172 Port road. Hlnd narsh. are respectfully Informed hat his Funeral will leave El lott Brothers' Funeral Parlors. CHIS DAY ISaturday). at 11.30 i.m.. for the Cheltenham Ceme er-F. T. ELLIOTT & SONS. Funeral Directors. Hindmarsh. LU4668. LU6129. 2MITH. — THE FRIENDS of the 5 late Mr. JACK LAWRENCE IMTTH are respectfully Informed hat his Funeral will leave his ate residence, 59 John street. Ilndmarsh. on MONDAY, at 11 .m., for the Cheltenham Ceme eryF. T. ELLIOTT & SONS, Funeral Directors. Hindmarsh. LU4668. SOLOMON.— THE FRIENDS of J the late Mrs. EMILY JANE IOLOMON are respectrully ln ormed that her Funeral will leave he residence or her daughter. Irs. R. Hllller. 54 Kensington oad. Rose Park, on SATURDAY it 10 a.m. lor the Centennial 'ark Cemetery. PARTINGTON & SONS. Funeral Directors. South road. Black Forest. LF1246. Adelaide Funeral Directors. 2TEIKE.— THE FRIENDS or Mr. 5 and Mrs. EWALD STEIKE are cspectrully informed that the Uneral or their late beloved IN 'ANT SON (Robert Johnl. will ;ave their residence. Stockwell. THIS DAY (SATURDAYl. at 1.30 i.m.. for the Nuriootpa Cemetery. P. LAURENCE MADER. Funeral Director. Nuriootpa. Phone 144. L'HOMAS.— THE' FRIENDS of the late Mr. EDWIN JAMES 'HOMAS. of 41 Arthur street. Inley. are respectfully Informed hat his Remains were peacefully aid to rest privately in the Cen ennlal Park Cemetery, on FRI )AY MORNING. Rev: J. E. Shep lerd officiated. lLFRED JAMES & SONS LTD.. A.F.D.A.. Unley and Mile End. ? Phone UA1129. ? V TEARING.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. THOMAS 3EORGE VEARING. or Mt. Ben on, S.-E.. are respectfully ln ormed that his Funeral will leave he residence of his son. Mr. L. E. Mick) Vearlng. Robe, on SATUR DAY at 3 p.m. for the Robe Ceme ery. Floral tributes to Funeral Directors by 8 a.m. ALFRED JAMES & SONS LTD.. Unley and Mile End. ? Phone UAU29. ? 117ILSON. — THE FRIENDS of -T the late EDWARD GEORGE VILSON. D.C.M.. M.M. (Regimen al Sgt. Major 10th Bn.. 1st A.I.F.) ire' respectfully Informed that his 'uneral will leave his late resl lence. 40 Cedar avenue, Croydon ?ark, on MONDAY., at 2 p.m.. for ervice at St. Margaret Mary's ;hurch. Croydon. thence for the :athollc Cemetery. Cheltenham. F. T. ELLIOTT &. SONS. Funeral Directors. Hindmarsh. LU4668. IVILSON.— R.S.S. & A.I.L.A., 1) West Croydon and Kilkenny Sub-branch. MEMBERS or the above sub iranch are respectfully Informed hat the Funeral of our late com ade Edward George Wilson. D.C.M.. M.M.. will leave his late esidence, 40 Cedar avenue. Croy lon Park, on Monday, at 2 p.m.. or the Catholic Cemetery. Chel enham. J. RUSSELL. President. ? A. O. PARHAM. Secretary. IVINTON.— THE FRIENDS of »» the late Mr. MONTY WIN TON, late of Yandama station, iro respectfully Informed that lis Funeral will leave his late 'esidence. 98 Goodwood road. :umberland Park, on MONDAY it 11 a.m. for the Cheltenham Cemetery. ILFRED JAMES & SONS LTD.. Unley and Mile End. ? Phone UA1129. ? yOBEL.— THE FRIENDS of Mr. tl and Mrs. O. A. ZOBEL, of 4 lervols avenue, 'New Hindmarsh. ire respectfully informed that the Remains of their late beloved DNLY CHILD (Brian Alfred I were peacefully laid to rest privately n the Cheltenham Cemetery on PRIDAY AFTERNOON. Pastor Backen officiated. ALFRED JAMES & SONS LTD., A.F.D.A.. Unley and Mile End. ? Phone UAU29. ? A — BLUE ORCHID. -Rose Park. Wreaths del. F3750. all hours. AT TUCKER'S. Florists. Grote . St.. C4385: after hours. LU5811 and LU6850. ? A AA. WREATHS delivered short A est notice. STANLEY FLOR ISTS, 45 Adelaide Arcade. W3320. After hours. U2824. ? 4 SHLEIGH FLORISTS. 16a J\ Kens. rd.. Rose Park. Wreaths rlel F3719. after hrs.. Stirling 616. Hotels, Holiday Resorts ? South Australia ? . VISITORS STAY AT JASPER HOUSE. 17 Jasper st.. Hyde Park, 2 miles G.P.O. Double and rnmily rooms, o. and b., car park. JA7556. ? — ? AMERICAN River. K.I.. 'Ma- riana Flats.' comf. furn.. sep. vltchen. motor launch for fishing. Full Xmas fort. Write or phone .i^IDEAL SUMMER HOLIDAY. &INTEA YORKlES/PENlffi atlers a farm holiday, where chil dren are welcomed. vMild summer climate, beautiful sea shells, safe beach and swimming. Ask for special leaflet at S.A. GOVT. TOURIST BUREAU. ? : — — AT Encounter Bay, Esplanade, furn. rms.. full Xmas holi days. Ph. Charles Verco. Victor 70. * A ALOHA. Swanport rd., Mur A ray Bridge, hot water, tennis court, vacs Xmas. Phone 497. — * MERICAN RIVER. LINNETT'S A PLEASURE RESORT. BOOK at King's. Edments Bldg. W2347. A CCOMMODATION- BOOKINGf MeScitii;noorchcs|^i bV»tra9y.g&»& CITY C3704 — ? ? * T the Strathmore. Victor Har A bor. Hot water all rooms Vacancies. Phone 178. ? AT BELMONT. furn. rooms, use of kitchen and all linen. 4x. Phone 261. Box 42, Victor Harbor. » T Mansion House Priv, Hotel. A 178 Elizabeth St., Sydney, b. and b/fnst. hot water every room. AT Victor Harbor, furnished A flats and cottages, all sizes, available. Phone Victor 101 or Box i't Brighton, Forrest House, A now booking, close beach, ex cellent cuisine. 16 Jetty rd.. Brighton. X7471. ? t T THE OCEANIC Guest Home. A Victor Harbor, on beach, free garages, ex. meals. Vacs, for 2 persons. Jan. 12-26. Write or Pi°CCOMMODATION offered mar A ried couple, holiday period, bed and b.. or full board, comfortable suburban home. P22S. Advertiser. A LDGATE Hotel, book, now for IV accommodation, excellent cut sine. Stirling 15. ?