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, 6/: 2/ each additional line. BIRTHS ADAMS. —On November 27, to Valerie wife of R. H. Adams —a son. BEHNCKE (nee Creaser). —On November 26, at home, to Thelma and Alan —a son (John Alan). Sincere thanks to Nurse Sloan and Dr. S. Dunstone. BIRD. —On 28th, at Hamley Bridge Memorial Hospital, to Nar dene and Clem —a son. Both well. BROWN. —On November 22, at Whyalla Hospital, to Valerie and Bob —a daughter. BURROWS ( nee Crane ). —On November 22, at Coutts, Alberta, Canada, to Wilford and Ivory — another son (Derek Wilford). CHURCH. —On 29th, at Queen Victoria, to Brenda and Max —a son ( Philip Maxwell). DALLWITZ (nee Cugley). —On November 29, at Warburton, Vic toria, to Joyce and Alwin —a daughter (Marilyn Joyce). Both well. DRAPER (nee Gee). —On No vember 28, at S.M. Hospital, Mt. Barker, to Pat and Ron —a son. Thanking Dr. Hallett and all in attendance. EDMUNDS. —On November 28, at Darwin, to Shirley, wife of Keith S. Edmunds —a son. GILBERT. —On November 29, at Q.V.M.H., to Jack and Fay —a baby daughter. HUNT. —On November 27, at Memorial, to Geoff and Molly —a daughter. MADDERN.— On November 29, at Hindmarsh Hospital, to Edna and Bill— a daughter (Faylene Joy). Thanking Dr Drew and hospital staff. McKENZIE (nee Daniel).— On November 23 at Kingscote Hospi- tal to Carvell and Mick— a son. MORCOM (nee Peg Cooper).— On November 27, at LeFevre Com- munity Hospital, to Peg and Lance —a son (Jeffrey Lance). Thank- ing Dr Elix and all in atten- dance. MORRISSEY.— On November 27, at Glenelg Community Hospital, to Tess and Frank Morrissey — a son. NEWMAN (nee Warhurst).— On November 29 at Memorial, to Audrey and Bill— a daughter, Thanking Dr Kirby and all in attendance. OXENHAM.— On November 30, at Memorial, to Daphne and Alf a daughter. Thanking Dr. Pedler and hospital staff. PAINE. — On November 28, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, to Bryda and Cha? — a son (Richard Charles). PAINE (Clarke).— On November 28, at Q.V.M.H., to Alan and Merle— a daughter (Marilyn Ann). PALMER.— On November 29, at S.C.D.H., Victor Harbor, to Alan and Veda— a daughter. PHILBEY (nee Elsworthy).— On November 26, at Wallaroo, to Jean and John— a daughter (Margaret Jean). Thanking all in attendance. POULTON (nee Chilton).— On November 26, at Berri, to Rene and Ron — a son (Graham John). PREECE (nee Rooney).— On No- rember 29, at Mildura Base Hos- pital, to Carmel and Brian — a son (Gregory Peter). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Scobie and nursing staff. QURBAN (nee Ellendon).— On November 29, at Calvary Hospital, to Ronda, wife of K. F. Qurban -- a son. ROBINSON (nee Walters).— On November 30, at the Memorial Hospital, to Lola and Vern — a daughter (Gailene Sue). SMITH.— November 29, to Irene and Max — a daughter (Robyn Frances). Thanking Dr. Greger- son and Memorial sisters. SPECK.— On November 26, at Gawler, to Audrey and Arthur— a son. Thanking Dr. Hannay, Dr. Covernton, sisters and nurses. STATTON.— On November 30, at Calvary to Marie and Rex— a son (John Edward). Thanking Dr. Heighway. STEPHEN (nee Thomas).— On November 27, at Kaniva Hospital, to Dawn and Rod— a daughter (Julie Dawn). Both well. TIERNAN.— On November 29, at Hindmarsh Memorial, to Lorna and Ray — a son (Neil Raymond), and brother for Helen. Both well. Thanks to all in attendance. WHITE (nee Rees).— At Cal- vary Hospital, on November 29, to Ronda and Kevin— a son (Brenton Paul). Thanking all in attendance. WHITE.— At the Memorial, to Bronte, wife of Tim— a daugh-ter. WILCKENS.-On November 28, at Mile End Emergency, to Shir- ley and Arthur— a son (Allan Henry). Thanking all in atten- dance. WILLIAMS.— On November 29, at Moonta Hospital, to Bess and Jack — a daughter (Janette Kaye). Thanking all in atten-dance. WOOLMAN ( nee Callingham). -- On November 29, at Nurse Waters, to Mary and Lawrence -- a daughter (Christine Anne). Thanking all in attendance. MARRIAGES RENNIE— MALONEY. — On No- vember 28 at Church of The Holy Name, St Peters, the marriage was solemnised of Winifred Maloney, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Roberts, 47 Kent tce., Kent Town, to Thomas V. Rennie, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Rennie, Ruislip England. GOLDEN WEDDINGS SMOKER.— Mr. and Mrs. Alec 3moker. of 9a Hifl View rd.i Mit :ham. announced the fiftieth anni. rersary of their wedding solem i|sed in the Methodist Church. Wilmington, by the late Thomas Wetherill, on December 1. 1903. PEARL WEDDINGS KERR.— Mr. and Mrs. R. Kerr, post office residence Goodwood, have pleasure in announcing the 10th anniversary of their wedding vhich was solemnised at the Pros pect North Methodist Church on December 1. 1923. Rev. Robert Stanley officiating. SILVER WEDDINGS CAIRE— LILLINGSTON. — The daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. (Bob) Caire wish to an- nounce the 25th. anniversary of their parents' wedding solemnised att Church of Christ, Mile End. on December 1, 1928. by Pastor W. L. Ewens ' HEBON— SANDERS. — Gwenyth lias pleasure in announcing the !5lh wedding anniversary of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Heron 3f 3 Para street. West Croydon, solemnised at Methodist Church. Samley Bridge, on December I. 1928. by Rev. L. D. Kiepert. JOSEPHS— BIRCH. - Mr. and Mrs. H. Josephs, of Smithfleld. wish to announce the 25lh anni versary of their wedding, solem lised at Congregational Church. fCapunda. on December 1. 1928. by Rev. H. Howarth. McDonald — McDonnell. — Mr. Robert McDonald has pleasure n announcing the 25th wedding mn'versary of his parents. Mr. ind Mrs. Charlie McDonald, of 11 Celtic avenue, Sth. road Park, which was solemnised on Decem ber 1, 1928. at Queen of Angels' Zhurch, Thebarton. Fr Smyth of Sciated. SAUNDERS — POCOCK. — The ions and daughters have much pleasure in announcing the 25th anniversary of the marriage of [.heir parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. 3aunders. Cheltenham Gardens, solemnised at Rosewater Metho dist Church, on December 1, 1928. by the late Rev. J. H. Peters. Approaching Marriages BARTON— PROCTOR. - The marriage of Patricia, youngest, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. \V. J. Barton, of Paslcevillc. to Sydney Frederick, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Proctor, of Glenunga. rill be solemnised at the Sacred Heart Church. Kadlna, on Decem ber 5, at 3 p.m. BONNEY— HALSE. — The mar riage ol Thelma Barbara, eldest laughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Bonney, of cummins, to Rex Ivan, second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. A. Haese, of Goolwa. will be solemnised In the Maughan Methodist Church. Franklin itreet, on Saturday. December 5. it 3 p.m. WEEKS— COOPER. — The mar riage of Audrey Rosemary, raugh ter of Mr. and. Mrs. F. Weeks. Uylor. to Leslie Charles, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Cooper My lor, will be solemnised at the Methodist Church, Mylor, on Saturday December 5. at 3.30 p.m. QHOOSE A DISTINCTIVE PERSONAL NOTEPAPER ^ from the SELECTED RANGE at THE ADVERTISER PRINTING . OFFICE. MARLBORODGH PLACE lust behind the main Advert.-ser ? Building.
ENGAGEMENTS CAVE— O'BRIEN— The engage ment is announced of Julie, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Cave, of Lockleys. to Thomas, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. D. L. O'Brien, of Forestville. DUNCAN— KAMINSKI. — The engagement is announced of Joan, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Duncan, of Gawler. to Ed ward, son of Mrs and the late Mr. S. Kaminski. of Kiev. ENTWISTLE— GREEN. — Mr. and Mrs, A. Entwistle. of Bridge water, have much pleasure in an nouncing the engasement of their elder daughter May, to Deryck Richard, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Green, of Lenswood. HASTINGS— ROBINS. — The engagement is announced of Aud rey, elaer daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hastings, nf Queenstown, to Donald, younger son of Mrs. G. A. Robins. Norwood. LEOPOLD— DUELL. — The en gagement is announced of Betty, only daughter of Mrs. McAlister and the late J. Leopold, to Keith, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H S. Duell, both of Mypolonga. LORENZ— HARVEY. — The en gagement is announced of Valma, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Lorenz. of Athelstone, to Ed ward, second eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Harvey, of Salis bury. ORGAN— BOWEN. — The en gagement Is announced of Sue. youngest daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. E. Organ, of Largs Bay. to Ron, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Bowen, of Exeter. TURNER— SPECK. — The en gagement Is announced of Mar garet, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Turner, of Seaton Park, to Murray, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Speck, of Henley Beach. WILKSCH— ROHDE. — Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Wilksch. 72 Farnham road, Ashford, wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Fay Dorothy, to Murray Keith. ^.Rl^RohV^la'gdVe1!61^ DEATHS BYRNE.— On Nevember 29. at Broken Hill Hospital, Ethel Maude lEttiel, nee Fuller, loved sister of Sarah H. Smith. Aged 72. Dearly loved, sadly missed. BYRNE.— On November 29. at Broken Hill, the dearly beloved Aunty Ettie of Queenie and Doll. A patient sufferer at rest. COPPING.— On November 28. at his residence, 18 Alison street, □lenenlg. Edgar John, dearly husband of the late Esther, and loving father of Dora and Mary. Aged 78 years. DOWLING.— On Nevember 28. at her residence, 6 George street. Unley Park. Hannah Brown, the eldest daughter of the late Wil liam and Ann Male of Willunca. In her 91st year. Resting. DREW. — On November 30. at his residence. 27 Young avenue, New Hindmarsh, George Thomas Parsons, beloved husband of Kathleen Drew, and loving father if Thelma. Margaret and Eliza beth. Aged 35 yean. DUNSTAN.— On November 24; at hospital. Vera Gladys, beloved wife of the late William Thomas Dunstan and loving mother of Tom, Glad, Joyce. Jack. Rita. Charlie, Jean, Ron. Valerie and Maureen; also Clarrence and Val da (deed.). Aged 58 years. Rest Ing. EVANS.— On November 21. result nf car accident at Gunnadah. N.S.W.. Patrick Leo iRIck). late of Crystal Brook, ex. Anzac and 30 Batt. Aged 65 years. R.I.P. GORDON, George Blake.— At Johannesburg, on November 28. loved husband of Evelyn, former ly Lelbbrandt. nee Wilson, loving father of George, Allen 'de :eased), and Margaret. GRAVES.— On November 30. at hospital. Alice Ellen, beloved widow of Thomas Graves, late ot Newton. ? loving mother of Jack and Vcra iMrs. Pittawayi Aged 91 years. Peacefully sleeping. GREEN inee Grant).— On No vember 29. Minnie Ellen, loving sister of May, Charles. Lilian ide ceasedi. Gertie, Clara. HAINES.— On November 27. at her residence, 268 Magill road, Beulah Park. Olive, dearly beloved wife of Howard Edward Haines. Aged 61 years. HAINES.— On November 27. Olive, loving mother of Gordon and Louie, and nana of Judith, Sandra and Gillian. HAINES.— On November 27. Olive, loving mother of Colin and Ila, and nana of Peter, Ian and Murray. HANN.— On November 28, Ethel Dora, beloved daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. M. Hann. of Payneham. HEMPEL.— On November 30, at Freeling District Hospital, Ivy Hempel, beloved wife of Ben Hem- pel, loving mother of Edward, William, Dorothy, Margarie, Aud- rey. Aged 63 years. HOGBEN.— On November 28. at 21 Salisbury street. North Unley, Janet R. (formerly of Mymen singh, India), beloved daughter at the late Rev. and Mrs. George Hogben. and sister of Alice (Mrs. H. Yeatman, dec), George (dec.i, Alfred '(dec), Louie, Annie, Horace, Dorothy (Mrs. C. WriehD and Clara (Mrs. L. Hewitt 1. JOHNSTONE.- On November 29. at fa.M. Hospital, Murray Bridge (result of accident 1. John J. I Jack) Johnstone, third son of the late Captain Adam and Mrs. John stone, dearly loved brother of Jean. Alice. Bell. Bessie and Daisy. Aged 77. LAMBE. — On November 30, at the residence of his sister, Mrs. W. H. McLean, Third street. Brompton, James, dearly beloved husband of Ethel Alga, and loving father of Don and Dulcie. brother of George and Em, and loving grandpa of Maryin. Paul, Daniel and June. Aged 73 years. A patient sufferer at rest. MARRETT. — On November 28, at her residence, 56 Barker road. Prospect, Catherine, beloved sec ond daughter of the late William and Catherine Marrett. Requiescat in pace. MABTIN.— On November 30. at Clare and District Hospital, Irene Evelyn, dearly beloved wife of Les lie Adrian Martin, and loving mother of Geoffrey, William and Jocelyn. Aged 57 years. McGOBMAN.— On Novemoer 30, at hospital. Jane, darling infant daughter of Jiil and Jock McGor man of 62 Galway avenue. Broad view. ' Aged 15 months. MITCHELL.— On November 30. at hospital. Alfred George, the dearly beloved husband of Nellie and loving father of Alan and Beth (late of S.A. Railways). Aged 56 years . MITCHELL.— On November 30. at hospital. Alfred George, loving father of Alan, '-father-in-law of Dulcie and grandfather of Mar shall and Helen. MITCHELL.— On November 30. at hospital Alfred George, loving rather of Beth, father-in-law of Ralph and grandfather of Heather and Oavin. MUNFORD. — On November 29. at Minlaton (suddenly), Henry (Harryi, loving father of Gladys (Mrs. H G. Lovelock), fatherin law of Glen and fond grandpa of Geoff and Marion. Sadly missed. MUNFORD. — On November 29. at Minlalon ( suddenly 1. Harry, devoted father of Bob. fatherin law of Coral and loving grandpa of little Bronte and Anne. .Peace fully sleeping. MUNFORD. — On November 29. at Minlaton isuddenly), Henry, loving father of Jack, fatherin law of Thelma. and grandpa of Peter and Clive. NEEDHAM.— On November 30. at Repatriation Hospital. Daws road, Frederick. Aged 59 years. NITSCHKE.— On November 30. at her residence McLaren Vale. Ada Irene, dearly beloved wife of Bill, and loving mother of Lorna and Leslie (deceased) NITSCHKE. Ada Irene.— At Mc- Laren Vale loved sister of Jack and Lorna. NOBBS. — On November 29 at Adelaide, Frederick Stanley, be loved husband of Annie Laurie Nobbs, of 8 Cremorne street Bal wyn, Victoria, and loving father of David. Aged 60 years. OLIPIIANT.— On November 28 isuddenly). Dudley Lancelot be l0.vS?J?u,sband ol Dorls OHnhant. of 25 Cleland avenue. Dulwicn and loved brother of Harold. Waller. Roy and Mrs. Mcecham .OWEN. — On November 29, at Adelaide. Thomas, the dearly loved husband of Grace Ivy Owen, ?f 69 Springbank road. Colonel Light Gardens, and loving father of five sons and two daughters Aged 70 years. .Formerly of Ade laide Fire Brigade. RIEGER.— On November 28. at her residence. 10 Ophir street. Goodwood Park .„ Elma Linaa. dearly loved younger daughter of Anna pttilie and the late Fried rich Albert Rieger. and loved sis ter of Herbert and Frieda iMrs. Groves). A patient sufferer at rest. RIEtiER. Linda.— Dear sister of Frieda and sister-in-law of Arnold The Lord our: loved one now dotli keep. S.MEATON.— On November -30. it a private hospital. Gertrude Margaret, widow of Raymond Smeaton. STEVENS.— On November 29. Harold Victor, late head attendant Northfleld Mental Hospital, late of R.F.A British Imperial Forces, be loved husband of Ellen Elizabeth t Nell 1. father of John. Errol. Bruce nnd Ross Aged 56 years No dowers by request. RETURN THANKS and BE REAVEMENT CARDS specially printed at reasonable prices. See the select range available at 1'HE ADVERTISER PRINTING 3FF1CE. Marlborough place. Just Behind the main Advertiser bldg. t
DEATHS WAITES.— On November 27 Laurel, dearly loved sister-in-lavi of Lorna and Frank. Sadly missed WESLEY.— On November 30 ai Adelaide. Alfred, the beloved hus band of Beatrice Wesley, of 41 West Thebarton road. West The barton, loving father of Edm 1 dec. 1. Fred and Beryl, grandfathe: of Trevor Graham Marian am Christine. Aged 7i years. F01 ever with the Lord. WESLEY.— At Adelaide. Alfred dearly loved father of Fred ant daughter-in-law and papa of Tre vor. Graham and Marian Peace perfect peace. WESLEY. Alfred.— Loving fathei of Beryl, son-in-law Ccc. anc grandfather of Christine. WESLEY.— On November 30 Alfred, loving uncle of Marj. Ken Dean and Marilyn Francis. Heroes Of The Empire 'At the going dowi. ol the su. and in the morning, we will remember them.' DANH3LS.— In loving memorj of M. B Daniels, died on active service Gona iNew Guinea 1. De cember 1. 1942.— Inserted by his loving mother, brother and sisters. DAVEY.— In loving memory ol my son BUI. killed in action. No vember 30. 1942. — our thought! are with you always.— Inserted b: mother, sisters, brothers. . DUNN. Harry B.— Killed in ac tion. Gona. December 1. 1942. rime goes on. but memories stay. — Rememoered always by mum, dad sisters and brothers. EVANS. — In loving memory ol my husband and son Frank (Tooti. killed in N.G.. December 1. 1942 A thought for today, me mories lor ever.— Remembered bs wife. Goldie. dad. Jackie. FARNDELL. — In loving memors of our. oeloved son and brothei Fit-Sergeant David FarndelL killed, overseas. December 1. 1943. —Ever remembered by his parents, also Mavis. Geoff and Molly. FLETCHER. James L. J.. 10th Batt.. 1st A.I.F.— Passed away De cember 1. 1941. Memories are oui keepsake.— Lovingly remembered oy his wife and family. Reynella. HENDERSON. Ronald. —Killed, N.G.. November. 1942. Another year of memories.— Auntie Ease and John. HUTTON.— In loving memory ol our beloved son and brother Glen ISX13447. late 2/28 Bn.. 9th Div.l, killed in action. N.G.. December 1. 1943. His life a beautiful me mory, his absence a lasting sor row.— Sadly missed by his father, mother, sister and brothers. BUTTON.— In loving memory ol our nephew Glen, killed in action, New Guinea. December 1. 1943. We treasure still with love sin cere, beautiful memories of one so dear.— Always remembered bs Uncle Anthony and Aunt Harriet. BUTTON — In loving memory ol our cousin Glen, killed in action, New Guinea. December 1. 1943. Years roll on. but memories stas as near and dear as yesterday.— Always remembered by Cath, Colin and Margaret KNOWLING.— A tribute of love to the memory of dear Harold, who passed away at Gona. N.G., December 1 1942.— Always re membered by Thelma. POLKINGHORNE.— In memors of Les. who passed away a£ Gona, NO. December 1. 1942.— Remem bered by Tom Thelma. Laurie. IN MEMORIAM BAIRD. — Cherished memories of our dear mother and grand mother, who passed away Decem ber 1. 1949. Too dearly loved tt ever be forgotten. — Always re membered by her loving sor Gavin. Edna and children. BAIRD. — In loving memory ol my dear wife, passed away De cember 1. 1949. Times passes but memories still stay.— Sadls missed by husband Dave. BAIRD.— In loving memory ol dear mother, passed away foui years today.— Loved and remem bered always by Una and Wai. BAIRD.— in loving memory 01 my dear sister Mary, pasted awaj Decenfber 1. 1949. Always in mj memories. — Inserted by your sis ter Jane. BEVAN.— In loving memory ol our dear wife and mother Vera who passed away December 1 1951.— Ever remembered by lov ing husband Harry and daughtei BOHN.— Fond memories of mj dear wife Jay, passed away twe years today.— Always rememberec by her loving husband Bill. BURNS.— In loving memory ol my dear mother, who passed awaj December 1. 1945. — Alwayt re membered by her loving son Wil liam. BURNS. — In loving memory ol my dear mother, who passed awaj December 1, 1945. Deep in ms heart your memory Is kept ol one I loved and will never forget —Always remembered by her iov ing daughter Emily. BURNS.— In loving memory ol my dear mother, who passed awas December 1. 1945. Oh. do not ash us if we miss her. sweet is hei memory, so dear to our hearts the place that she held will nevei depart. — Always remembered bj her loving son Frank. DEANE.— In loving, memory ol dear mother, passed away Decem ber 1, 1951. To your resting place 1 wander and picture your fact so dear, we touch each flowei placed there and whisper, mothei we are here. — Ever remembered bj loving daughter and son-in-law Amy and Dud. DILKS. — in loving memory ol our dear Pa, who passed awaj December 1, 1952. — Inserted b; Leslie. Helen. Melvyn. Reab Francene Dayman. DILKS.— In fond memory of H F. Dilks, who passed away on December 1. 1952.— Inserted by his wife Jennie, daughter Ria. Fan FELL, Elizabeth.— Loving mem ories of wife and mother.— Always remembered by Walter and Mary FELL. — in loving memory ol mother and grandma, who passec away December 1.— Wally. Jo anc Elizabeth. FLETCHER.— In memory of dad, passed away Dec 1. 1941. Memo ries are my keepsake no one can ever steal.— Inserted by Evie and Norm GAZIA. — In loving memory of Tony, who passed away Decem ber 1. 1952. Deep in our heart your memory is kept.— Always we will think of you. Jack. June, Angelina. Duchan. Bonny. JONES — In loving memory of pur dear George, brother and brother-in-law, died December 1. You never failed to do your best. Your heart was true and tender; You toiled so hard for those you loved. And left us to remember. — Rememoered ty Olwen My fanwy Bill Thelma and children. JONES. O. W. O— In remem brance of George, who passed away December 1 1952. —Sadly missed by Leyshon. May, Brenda, and Douglas. Wallaroo. KOOP.— In loving memory of Morris, passed away December 1, 1953. We loved him well But Jesus loved thee best. —Inserted by Gran Leo and Fred. KOOP.— In loving memory of baby Morris, passed away Decem- ber 1, 1952.— Ever remembered by Grandma and Grandpa Sumner, and Denise. KOOP.— In loving memory of our darling Morris, died December 1, 1952. In God's care you rest above, In our hearts you dwell with love. —Sadly missed by mummy and daddy. LAMBERT.— Tribute of love to memory of dear mother, passed away December 1. 1938.— Ever re membered by loving son. daughter in-law. Charles. Grace. MADDEN.— Treasured memories of our dear dad and grandpa, who passed away December 1. 1951. Swiftly the years are passing, but sweet memories are everlasting. —Always remembered by Lorna. 5yd. Dawn and Trevor. MADDEN. — In memory of our crandfather. who passed away Jecember 1, 1951. There are lots of grandpas in the world, we know, but he was ours and we loved him so. — Ever remembered by Fay. Jim. MADDEN. — In fond memory of dear dad and grandpa, who passed away December 1. 1951 Years roll on, but memories ' stay, as near and dear as yesterday. — —Always remembered by Lill, Mick June and Lorraine. MADDEN. — In loving memory of dear dad and grandpa who passed away December 1, 1951. Not just today, but every day, we think of you. dear dad.— Sadly missed by Tcss. Jim and family. MADDEN.— Cherished memories of our dear dad. passed away two years today. A leaf in the Book of Memories is gently \ turned to aay. — Always remembered by Ei lecn and Snow. MADDEN. — In loving memory o( my husband Tom. who passed ;»way December 1. 1951. I have you in my memory. God has you in His care. — Ever remembered by lii.-- loving wife Maria. MADDEN'. — In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away December 1. 1951 Treasured memories silently kept of a lov ing father we'll never forget. — In- serted by his loving son Jack. Elt. grandchildren. MASON. Laura.— In loving mem ory of dear mother passed away December 1. 1941. — Inserted by Mary. MORRISON. — In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away December I. 1948.— Ever re membered by her son Albert, daughter-in-law and grandchil dren. MORRISON.— In loving memory of our dear mother, passed away December 1. 1948. — Ever remem oered by Joe. Alice, John. NICOL. — In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who massed away December 1. 1952. One day we wil understand.— Ever remembered by his loving wife and daunhtcr Ruth NICOL. — In loving memory of dear dad. who passed away Dec ember 1. 1952.— Always remem jprcd by Bertha, Ferce and fam