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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 authenticated, and Marriages Deaths and In Memorlam notices by some responsible person. 4 lines. 6/-: 2/- each additional line. BIRTHS ABBOTT. — On September 26, at Memorial, to Chris and Peter — a daughter. Thanking all in attendance. BARNETT.— On September 24,   to Joan and Horace— a son (Garry Hurtle) Thanking all in attendance at Q.V.M.H.   BARTSCH (nee Sabel).— On Sept 26, at Glenelg Community, to Elizabeth and Sid — a son (Gregory James).     BIRKIN. — On Sept. 25 at the Ardrossan District Hospital, to Ruth and Morris — a daughter (Heather Lorraine). Thanking   Dr. Chard and staff. BROOKS. — On September 21, at Bute, to Peg and Colin — a daughter (Judith Kay). BROWN. — Sept 23, at Ashford Community, to Clarice and Stan — a daughter (Mary Rosalie). Sincerely thanking Dr. B. Rol- land and staff. BROWN (nee Griffin). — On   Sept. 26 at McBrides, to Audrey and Bob— a son. BURROW. — To Betty and Frank — a son (Andrew) on 24th, at Memorial. CHAMBERS (nee Penny). — On   September 25, at Calvary, to Evon and Bob — a daughter (Roslyn Annette). Thanking Dr. G. Gib- son and hospital staff. COX. — On September 25, at Memorial, to Margaret, wife of Eric — a daughter. DRAGE.— On Sept. 19, at Nor- thern Community, to Kathleen   and Gordon — a daughter (Kath- ryn Ann). ENGLERT.— At Henley Private Hospital, to Bena and Ray — a son (David Robin). Grateful thanks to Dr. Kirby and hospi- tal staff. (No visitors for seven days). EVANS— To Val and Neil, on Sept. 25, at Mile End Emergency — a daughter (Sallyanne) (pre- mature). Both well. No visitors seven days. FISHER (nee Wood). — On Sept. 21, at T.S.M Hospital, Bordertown to Jean and Ed- ward — a son. Thanking Dr. Walker and staff. FOWERAKER (nee Stanton). — On September 24, at Calvary to Lorna and Ellis — a son (Alan James). FRANKLIN (nee Leviton). — On Sept 25 at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woodville, to Lill and Bob — twin sons (David and Mark). Grateful thanks to all in attendance. GINMAN tnee Cheeseman). — On September 24, at Memorial Hospital, to Allan and Doreen — a son (Barry Keith). GOBBETT (nee Hardy).— Sept. 25, at Mannum to Joy and Keith— a son (Darryl John). Thanking Dr. Nicholls, Matron Grayson, sisters and nurses. GOODE. — On September 25, at Memorial Hospital, to Shirley, wife of Tom Goode — a son. GREEN (nee Ireland).— On September 25, at Port Broughton, to Ted and Lorna — a son (Edward Bruce). Both well. Thanking Dr. Kelly, Sister Schumacher and Nurse Richards. GREEN. — On September 24, at Alice Springs Hospital, to Doug-   las and June— a son (Gregory Norman). Both well. HALL (nee Drummond). — On September 25, at Lefevre Hospi- tal, to Betty and Wally —a daughter (Jeanette Dawn). Thanking all in attendance. HAUSSEN (nee St. John).— On September 25, at Glenelg Com- munity Hospital, to Agnes and Ray — a daughter. Thanking Dr. D. Steele and nursing staff. HEATH (nee Scott).— On Sep-   tember 24, at Q.V.M.H., to Jessie and Fred — a son (Ian Douglas). HENDERSON (nee Linn). — To Rose and Doff, of Port Augusta — a son. HURLEY (nee Arthur). —On   September 25, at Memorial Hos- pital, to Babs and John — a daughter (Caesarean). Thank- ing doctors and hospital staff. HUTTON. — On September 25, at McBride Hospital, to Beryl and Allan — a son (John Andrew). JENKINSON.— On September 22, at Glenelg Community Hos- pital, to Phyl and Angus — a daughter (Julie Ann). Thanking all in attendance.

KOERNER (nee Rule).— To Phyl and Ken— a daughter (Robyn Mary), at Memorial. Both well. Thanking Dr. Wall and staff. LAWSON. — On September 11, at Murray Bridge, to Stan and Margaret — a daughter. LIPPETT.— At the Memorial Hospital, on September 25, to Helen, wife of Richard— a son. MADIGAN. — On September 25, at Glenelg Community Hospital, to Marj and Ted Madigan— a daughter. Special thanks to Dr. Donald Steele, Matron Sturm, sisters and staff. MARSTERS. — On September 25, at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Woodville, to Cath and David — a son. Both well. MATTISKE. — On September 2o, at Monreith, to Beryl, and Ray — a son. Thanking all in attendance. McGAVIN (nee Hosking).— On September 24, at Q.V.M.H.— a daughter (Susan Kaye). Both well. Thanking all in attend- ance. McGRATH (nee Clarke). — On September 25, at Park Terrace Private Hospital, to Shirley and Ivan— a daughter (Michelle Anne). Thanking all in attend-ance. McINERNEY (nee Birdie Hart). —On September 21, at Soldiers Memorial Hospital, Riverton, to Mr. and Mrs. Don McInerney -- a son (Stephen Joseph). McINNES.— On September 17, at Port Augusta, to Ruth and Laurie -- a daughter (Janet Ruth). Thanking Dr. Thompson   and hospital staff. McROSTIE.— On September 25, at Calvary, to Mary and Keith, School House, Dublin — a a daughter (Therese Elizabeth). Grateful thanks to Dr. Roland Beard junior and hospital staff. MENZ. — On September 25, at Calvary, to Pauline, wife of John — a son. MILKINS.— On September 24, at Hindmarsh Memorial Hospi- tal, to Kath and Murray — a daughter (Judith Anne). Both well. Thanking Dr. Lyons and staff. MYERS. — On September 24, at Memorial, to Maud and Ern — a son. A little brother for Ken and Douglas. PRIOR (nee Price). — On Sep- tember 22, at Mile End Emer- gency Hospital, to Stella and Harold — a daughter (Helen Anne). Thanking all in attend- ance. ROGERS.— On September 23, at Glenelg Community Hospital, to Dorothy and Clair — a son. SELTH. — At Calvary, to Don and Betty— a son (David Ian) SIMMONS (nee Belbin).— At Park Terrace Hospital, to Dawn and Frank — a son (Philip John). Both well. Thanks to Dr. and nurses. SPROD.— On September 25, at Memorial Hospital, to the wife of H. Nevill Sprod— a son. STAPLEDON (nee Hocking).— On September 25, at Cooma, N.S.W., to Moorna and David — a daughter (Julie Helen).   THORPE.— On September 22, to Shirley and Graham — a son (Jeffrey Graham). Thanking Dr. Archibald and staff. Black- wood. TRELOAR.— On September 23, at Calvary, to Margaret and Harry — a daughter. WARD.— On September 24, at Memorial, to Roma and George of Hillside — twin sons. Special thanks to Dr. Byrne and hospi- tal staff. WEBBER (nee Goodman). — On September 26, at Q.V.M.H., to Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Webber— a daughter. WILSON (nee Micke). — On September 22, at Waikerie, to Less and Edna — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Miller and hospi- tal staff.

DIAMOND WEDDINGS CLISBY.— Mr. and Mrs. Red- ford Clisby, 184 North-East road, North Walkerville, wish to an- nounce the 60th anniversary of their wedding, solemnised at Walkerville by the late Rev. Thomas Lloyd on September 27, 1894. At home 2-5 p.m. on Sep- tember 27. CH O O S E DISTINCTIVE NOTEPAPER from the   SELECTFD RANGE THE ADVERTISER PRINTING OFFICE. MARLBOROUGH PLACE. just behind the main Advertiser Building    

GOLDEN WEDDINGS BOLT. — The sons oi Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bolt, of 13 Clifford street. Prospect, wish to an nounce the 50th anniversary of their parents* weddine. solem nised at Forster. R:ver Murray, on September 27. 1904. A.famly reunion will be held at Mr. Eric Bolt's. Claypans. on October 10. BOLT. — Mr. and Mrs. Bolt wish to announce the 50th an niversary of their wedding, sol emnised by Rev. Ray Caust at Foster, on September 27. 1904. SILVER WEDDINGS MAJOR. — Vaima and Maureen wish to announce the 25th wed dinj anniversary of their par ents. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Major, which was solemnised in the Kalangadoo Methodist Church on September 25. 1929. Approaching Marriages EARL —CASTLE. —The marri age ol Shirley, only daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. R. A. EarL of Queen street. Unley. to John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Castle of FuUer street. Park side, will be solemnised at the Methodist Church. Parkside, on October 2. at 5 p.m. FIELKE —NUSKE. —The mar- riage of Valmai Fielke. youngest daughter of Mrs. F. A. Bretag. Monarto South, and the late Mr. P. Fielke. to Mervyn. younger son of Mr. G. E. and the late Mrs. Nuske. Minyip.   Victoria, wll be solemnised at Holy Cross Lutheran Church. Birdwood. October 2. at 2.30 p.m NIEMANN— TIDSWELL.— The marriage of Ruth, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Niemann, of Fullarton, to Graham, only son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Tidswell, of Medindie Gardens, will be solemnised at St. Cuthbert's Church, Prospect,   on Monday, October 4, at 7 p.m. THIELE— ALTMANN. — Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thiele have the honor of announcins the marriage of their daughter f«.^?/^Vm3 enured H^ffix? LUtheran MARRIAGE POSTPONEMENT GREENSHIELDS — NUSKE. — The marriage, which was to lave taken place October 2. 1954, has been postponed. ENGAGEMENTS AUGHEY— TAYLOR.— Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Aughey. of Fullarton. have pleasure in announcing the engagement of their youngest daughter Maxine- Fay to Ray mond Hartley Taylor. youngest son cf Mrs. Coverley. of Perth. BROOKS— HUTCHENS. — The engagement is announced of Audrey only daughter of Mrs. V. M. Brooks. ?nd the late J. G. Brooks, of West Hindmarsh. to Douglas, only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Hutchens. of Croy don. CONGDON — THOMPSON. — The engagement is .announced of Pamela eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Congdon. of Gaw Ier. to Dean, youngest son of Mrs. S Hartwig and the late Mr. J. A. Thompson, of Salisbury. HILLYER— KOZLOWSKI. — Mr. and Mrs. F. j. Hillyer. of Kil kenny have pleasure in an nouncing the engagement of their only daughter. Evelyn ?Lyn). to John youngest son of the bteMr and Mrs. C. J. Koz lowski. of Norwood. HUNT— DONOVAN. — The en gagement is announced of Maud, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hunt-, of Angas Home. Para Held, to Eddie, only son of Mrs. Donovan and the late Mr. Donovan, of Port Plrie. LYONS— WILLIAMS.— The en gagement ims been announced of M*!*^1* 1aly daughter of Mr. Stt& ££.«%&& yo^I OLIVER —SELLAR. — The en- gagement is announced of Edna, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. «.£,°te of Lockleys. to Mervyn. third son of Mr. anc Mrs. C E. Sellar of ForestviUe. PAVY— MORRELL. —The en-   gagement U announced of Joyce y°^e|r daughter of Mr and Mrs. a. M. Pavy. Barmera. to Colin youneest son of Mrs. and C&s£? Mr- W H. Morrell. WHITE — PARKIN. —The en- gagement is announced of Bar bara, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. White, nf Kriwarric

DEATHS ANDRESEN. —On September 25. at hospital. Zelma Huida Amelia, of Broken Hill, the dearly beloved sister of Richard. Oscar and Mena. Aged 73 years. BENNETTS.— On September   26. at her late residence 11 Gloucester terrace. Norwood. Eleanor McArthur. dearly lovec wife of late Ernest Phillip Ben netts. BENNETTS.— On September 26. at her residence. 11 Glou cester terrace. Norwood, Eleanor SacArthur. beloved mother o' May and mother-in-law of Jack, and grandma of Brian and Mar faret. A wonderful mother laid to rest. BENNETTS.— On September 26. at her residence. 11 Glou cester terrace. Norwood, Eleanor McArthur. beloved mother of Gladys and mother-in-law o Mai and grandma of Jillian. Margaret and Natalie. In God's care. BENNETTS. — On September 26. at her residence. 11 Glou cester terrace. Norwood. Eleanor McArthur. beloved mother o The ma and mother-in-law o Ken. Peacefully sleeping. BLUETT. — On September 25. at Adelaide. John James, the dearly beloved brother of Lily Messenger, of 24A David street. Adelaide. Aged 78 years. Peace fully sleeping. BONYTHON. — On September 24, at the Children's Hospital, jenrey Albert, dearly belovec youngest son of Albert and Pat Bonython. of 6 Montgomery road. Kflburn and loved brother of Peter, Desmond and Leslie. Aged 4½ months. In God's care. BONYTHON.— On September 24. Jeffrey, darling grandson o Mr. and Mrs. W. Hepden. dear nephew of Barb. Lorraine. Bill and Chris. R.I.P. BOWMAN.— On September 25, at her late residence, 15 Taylors road, Thebarton. Jessie May Murray, beloved wife of the late James Bowman, of One Tree Hill, loving mother of Kenneth, Sylvia, Jessie, Jean, Evelyn, Allison and John (decd.). BOWMAN.— On September 25, at 15 Taylors road, Torrensville, the dearly beloved mother of Evelyn and son-in-law Norm. God has her in His keeping, we have her in our hearts. BOWMAN.— On September 25, at Torrensville, the dearly be- loved sister of Dickie and Bid. Peace, perfect peace. CLARK.— On September 24, at hospital, .Anna Amelia, beloved wife of Absalom William Clark, of 15 Alma street, Glenelg, and loving mother of Howard, Edna, and Len (deceased). Aged 80 years. A patient sufferer at rest. CORNISH.— On September 25, at her home at Glenelg, Eliza beth, the loved wife of the late Ernest Harry Cornish, and mother of Charles and William. CROSBY. —On September 25 (suddenly), at her residence, 28 Wilcox avenue, Prospect, Lily Agnes, the dearly beloved wife of the late Luther Ernest John Crosby, and loving mother of Daphne, Thelma, Jack and Ron. Aged 67 years. CROSBY. —On September 25, at her home, Lily, dearly be loved mother of Thelma, mother-in-law of Ted (Jacobs). and darling nana, of Barbara and Donald. CROSBY. —On September 25, at her home, Lily, dearly bel loved mother of Daphne mother-in-law of Ken (Broken sha), and darling nana of Kaye (dec). Helen and Geoffrey. CROSBY. —On September 25,   Lily, beloved mother of Jack, mother-in-law of Jean, and fond nana of Robert and Jimmy. CROSBY. —On September 25, Lily Agnes, dearly beloved mother of Ron, mother-in-law of Beryl, and loving nana of Judith and Ian. CROSBY. —On September 25,   Lily A. Crosby, loving sister of Beat and sister-in-law of Perce Turner. Peacefully sleeping. DALL. —On September 25 (suddenly), Robert Harold, the dearly beloved husband of the late Hilda Mary Dall of   Mitchell treet. Goodwood, and loving father of the late Mavis. Aged 73 years. DALL.— On September 25 (suddenly). Robert Harold Dall loving brother-in-law of Hilda. DALL.— On September 25 (suddenly). Robert Harold Dall loved uncle of Claire, Mabel and John. DONNELLAN.— On September 24, at private hospital, Adelaide. Rose Lillian, formerly of Gordon and Quorn. Requiescat in pace.

DEATHS EARDLEY. — On September 24. at her home. 30 Clifton street. Malvern. Miss Susie Emily Eardley. the dearly beloved. Aged 85 years. FRY. — On September 25, at hospital, Henry Richard (Dick) Fry, of 4 Heatherbrook terrace, Stonyfell, beloved husband of the late Jean, and loving father of Richard, Pamela, and Eliza- beth, and loved brother of Charlie. Aged 53 years. HEARTFIELD. — On Septem ber 24. at hospital. Lily Janet, beloved wife of the late Alfred William Heartfield. and lovinc mother of Tine. Glad. Fred, May and Bert. Aged 71 years. At rest. HILL. — On September 24, at her residence, 11 Euston terrace, Croydon. Ida Kathleen, dearly loved wife of Leo James Hill, and loving mother of Douglas, Malcolm and Betty (deceased). Aged 59 years. HILL. — On September 24, at her late residence, 11 Euston Terrace. Croydon. Ida Kath- leen, second loved daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Robertson, and sister of Hilda, Jack, Frank ( deceased), Reg   and Alice. Aged 59 years. JOHNSON. —On September 23, A. E. V. (Pop) Johnson. 'A tribute to a friend and honorary perpetual member.' — From the leniey and Grange Amateur Swimming Club. KELLY. —On September 26, at his residencem 32 Porter street, Parksidem Gilbert Rowland Kelly, late 9th Light Horse Regiment   1st A.I.F., the dearly beloved husband of Alfreda Marie (Freda) Kelly.     LAVIS.— On September 24. at lOspitaL James, dearly beloved lusband of Louise Augusta .avis, of 368 Henley Beach road, -ockleys^ and loving father of -eslie. Enid, and Winifred Aeed 82 years. At rest. LIENERT.— On September 25. at her residence, Rosedale. Hanna Elizabeth, widow of the late Rudolph Ernst Lienert. and loving mother of Herb. Abe. Harry. Clarry. Myrtle (Mrs. Ahrns). Arnold. Melvin. Ern. Cliff and Syd. Aged 78 years. At rest. MAHER. — On September 26. at hospital. Adelaide. Alphonso 'Aly' Maher. of 6 North terrace, Adelaide (late Myers), husband of Olive, and loving father of Shirley. Colleen. Maureen and Donald, Aged 49 years. Requies cat in pace MALCOLM.— On September 26. at hospital Anthony McElroy Malcolm (late 1st AXP.i, the dearly beloved husband of Edna ?lay Malcolm, of Glenroy. South jast and loving father of Sbaryn and Ruth. McMAHON. — On September 25. at hospital. Adelaide. Reginald George, late of 25 Jervois street. Torrensville. loving younger son of Charlotte Ann and the late Thomas J. McMahon. and bro ther of Bert. Aged 54 years. Re quiescat in pace. MITCHELL. — On September 4. at private hospital. Florence i.. beloved wile of the late Walter J. Mitchell, and loving mother of Bill. Clem. Norm. I Avis. Hartley, Thelma. Lindsay and Ross. Aged 71 years. MOREY. —On September 26 (suddenly), at Repatriation Hospital, Spruubank. John Ed bar, beloved husband of Gwen. and loving father of John. David and Jill, of 5 Bindarra F°aha- Brt^hton. Aged 46 years. T^hy will be done. MOREY.— On September 26, ohn Edgar, beloved son of the ate Sidney and £Uen Morey. of Everard Park. ' and loved orother of Nell. Elsie (deed.). ?red. Ted. Jill. Rae. Jean and Frank. MYERS.— On September 23, at Adelaide, Lionel Aloysius. oved brother ot Horace, sister n-iaw Mona. fond uncle of Monica and Tom (Vio. RXP. POWELL— On September 24. at the residence oi her daughter &rs. C. Gamble. Sturt ave Blackwood, Louisa Grace, loved wile of the late Robert Neptune Powell, leaving 2 sons and 5 daugnters. In her 80th year. SHARRAD.— On September 24 i suddenly). Josepu frederick Snarrad, passed away at the residence of his neice (Mrs. D. G. Remnant). 223 Glen Osmond «?£.. Frewville. youngest son of the late George and Mary Snar rad. iale of Croydon. Aged 67 years. SIMMONS.— On September 24 (suddenly), at Adelaide Fred erics Georee. the dearly loved lusband of Ethel Simmons, a* 1(- Birkinshaw avenue. Man ninsham. and loving father of Lola, father-in-law oi Les and 'ond grandpa of Jimmy and Graeme. Aaed 73 years. SMITH.— On September 26. at lospital. R. J. Brazil Smith. 57 Cheltenham street. Malvern. :eloved husband of Eileen, and loving father of Peter.

SMITH.— On September 25. at ler residence. 78 East terrace, ienley Beach. Susan Smith, for merly o^Farrells Flat. Requies STEWART.— On September 25, at hospital, George Stewart, aged 76 years. Asleep through Jesus. THOMSON.— On September 25. at Hutchinson Hospital Eva f'lprance. the beloved w'ife of Vnliam P. Thomson, of 5 Queen st., Gawler, and loved mother of Coral (Mrs, HiUier). i*-ug.. Albert and Max? Aged 59 years. WILLIAMS. — On September 2t-. at her residence. Mcuuen /ale. Oilie Alice, the dearly be loved wife of William Edward iVilliams. loving mother of Horace. Dorothy and Eric fond mother-in-law of Frank Poole and Eva and nanna of BeryL Aeed 66 years. Resting. WISEMAN. —On September 24,   at Adelaide, Victoria Eueene Wiseman, of 90 Ayers avenue. Mitcham Park, loving mother oi Jenny (Mrs. An^win) and Joseph (London), and fond grancma of Mary. Shirley. Bill. Iris and the late Betty (Mrs. Hunt i. Aged 76 years. At rest. WISEMAN. — On September 24. at Adelaide. Victoria Eugene Wiseman, the beloved sister oi Lottie Miller. Bob Groombridge and Blanche Bradfleld. WISE. —On September 24, at Ills residence. 2 Henrietta St.. Enfield. William Carlyl-, son ot the late Robert, a^d Mary Wise, of Quorn. brother of George. Fred. Kathleen and Dorothy. ?Heroes of the Empire 'At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.'' MOELLER. — In loving memory of Bert passed away on Sep tember 27. 1937. 'Sweet memo ries.''— Inserted, by wife and daughter Pamela. PALMER. Sgt. H. J.. 2003.— Killed in action. September 27. 1917.— Always remembered by his loving mother, sister and bro thers. ROBERTS. Private Ron.— Fond memories, treasured always by parents and sister Ruth. IN MEMORIAM ALLISON. — In loving memory of our mother and grandmother, who passed away September 27, 1953.— Always remembered by Norma. Bob and children. ATKINSON. —In loving mem- ory of dear mum. who passed away. September 27. 1947. Those who think of you today are those who think of you al ways. — Remembered by Doug. Dawn and family. BALDWIN. —In loving memory of our dear husband and grand father, who passed away Sep tember 27. 1949. The years may pass and fade away, but we wul think of you hi the same sweet way.— Ever memembered by his loving wife, grandsons Lance and Leith. BARTLETT. —In loving mem- ory of our dear husband and father. Thomas, who passed away. September 27. 1934. Asleep In Christ. — Inserted by his loving wife and family. BEAUCHAMP. —In loving   memory of my dear husband. Frank, passed away September 27. 1949. — Always remembered Eva. BEAUCHAMP. —In loving   memory of our dear father and grandpa, who passed away Sep tember 27. 1949.— Always re membered by Herb. Fanny. Shirley and Francis. BELL. — In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, passed away. September 26. 1934. — Ever remembered by her husband and family. BENNETT. — In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away September 27. 1948.. — Golden memories trea sured by Reg and Joan. BOULTON. — In loving mem- ory of our dear wife, mother and grandmother., passed away. September 27. 1950.— Always re membered by her loving hus band and family. BURCHELL. — In loving mem- ery of our husband and fai,h«'\ Bob. passed away September *-7 1953. — Always remembered by his loving wife and family. CAIN. — In loving memory of our dear son Gordon, passed »way September 27. 1949. As it dawns another year, our memo ries of you are just as dear. — Always loved and sadly missed by mother and father. CHYNOWETH. — In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, passed away. Sertem ber 27. 1950. — Always remem bered by Hartley and family.

IN MEMORIAM CONROY. — Treasured memo ries of William (Con), passed away September 27, 1953. The greatest gift from Heaven, my precious husband's love.— His loving wife Alice. DODDRIDGE. — In loving memory of mother, who passad away Septemoer 27. 1953. — Ever remembered by her daughter. Evelyn son-in-ia*. Wal.y. and grandchildren. Cyril. Para, and Graham. DODDRIDGE. — In loving memory of my dear mum passed away, September 27. 1953. — Ever remembered by Clem and Ilisse. DOECKE. — Loving memories of John Leslie, accidentally killed September 18. 1941. We treasure still, with love sincere, beautiful memories of a son and brother so dear. — Sadly missed by daddy. Bob and Margaret. ELSTON. — In loving memory of our aeur mother, ami nan. who passed away. September 27, 1939. Memories of you dear mum. will never fade away. — Ever .emembcred by Beryl. Kit. Kevin anu Beveriey. ' FINLAY. — In loving memory of our dear sister, passed away. Septemoer 27. 1948. — Always re mcotioerea by Mary. Cliff. FINLAY. — In loving memory of my dear sister May. parsed away. &eptemoer il. *948. — Ever lemtaioerea oy her brother. Walter. FITCH. — In loving memory of our dear wile and mother. Eva Martha, who pasted away Sep tember 27. I9o±. at Henley Beucii. — -nserteo, by her husoand and family. FRANKLIN.— Cherished mem ories of aear aaa. who passed away. Sepiember 26. 19 14.— Al- ways remembered by Cecil and Ella. GARDNER. — In memory of Andrew, passed away September 27. 1953. To be with us in the same old way. would be our dear est wish today. — D. Adams. Currie street. GILLILAND.— In loving me mory ol Rooert ' Gilliland. passed away on September 2i,, 1953. Goo. watched you as you suffered. He knew you had your share. He genny c»oser your weary eyes And took you in His care. — insertea by his loving wife ana lamily. GROCKE.— In loving memory of our dad. who passed away at Wudinna September 27. 1952. We cannot bring the old days back. When we were all together. But loving thoughts and memories Will live with us for ever. — Ever remembered by Clare. Ede and Ron. GROCKE. — In loving memory of aaa. passed away. Septem ber 27. 19j2. Not just today, but always rememoerea. — Norm and Jean. HAMP — In loving memory of my deariy loved husband and our father. Henry Stamy tiamp. who passed away seven years today. — Always remem oercd by his loving wife, son James and daughter Honour (Watervale). HASENOHR.— Loving memo ries of our daady. — Sally. Wendy and Robin. HASENOHR.— In fond me mory oi my son-in-law Ock. — Always remembered. Dot. HASENOHR. — In loving me mory ot Ocka. who died result of accident. Septemoer 27. 1948. —Ruth. HENLEY. — Fondest memories of our dear brother Harry, who passed away Septemoer 21. 193.. — Always remembered by John. Sadie and Fayette. HILL. — Loving memories of our dear mother, who passed . _'ay depi.emocr 27. 1953; united with father, who passed *....»» Set-.cm-j^r j. 19-d. Memo ries of a loving mother, so true ana kind, brings many a tear .vhen aione. bat we know she will be waiting to welcome us aU home. — Sadly missed by her daughter Stella anu son-in-law Les. HILL — In loving memory of my dear sister Mary, who passed away September 27. 1953. . The sorrow I feel words cannot explain. The ache in my heart will always remain. God took your hand, we had to part. He gave you rest but broke our hearts. — Inserted by her loving sister Myrtle Weidenback. Wallaioo. HILL. — Memories of my dear grandma, who passed away oeptemoer 27. 1953. — By her loving granddaughter Joan and Cyril.

HUFFA. — Loving memories of Iris, passed away 12 months today. — Always remembered by Clarice, Frank and family. Mm.. — In loving memory of our dear parents, who passed away, mother September n, 1963. father September 9 1929. Things have changed in many ways, but one th.ng changes never. The memories of those I happy days when we were all together. — Ever remembered by their .oving daughter Edna and son-in-law Eric HILL. — In loving memory of our Gear parents, who passed away, mother September 27. 1953. father September 9. 1929. We cannot bring the old days back. Their voices we can not hear. But we cherisli itul sweet memories of the ones we loved so dear. — Always to be re membered by their loving daugh ters. Zena. Dell and son WUL HILL. — In loving memory of our dear mother and grand mother passed away Sept. 27. 1953. — Inserted by her son and daughter-in-law. Harvi and Dolly and grandchildren Bar bara. June and Warren. HILL.— In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on September 27. 1953.— Inserted by her son and daugh ter-in-law Cyril and Hilda, grandchildren Kevin and Colin. HILL. — In loving memory of our dear 'Bah.' — Always remem bered by her lovins grandchildren Glen. Roslyn and Ian. HILL. — In loving memory of dear Auntie Mary, passed away September 27. 1953. One by one our loved ones leave us. but we will all meet again in the sweet bye and bye.— Always remem bered by Allan. Lill and chil dren. Wallaroo. HILL — Fond memories of Mrs. Hill, who passed away Septem ber 27. 1953.— Always remem bered by Tiny. HILL. William Ernest Charles. — In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who died on September 27, 1953. — Sadly missed by Violet Ivan and Rob ert. HILL. — Loving memories of Uncle Bill, passed away Septem ber 27. 1953. — Always remem bered Joy and Cas. HILL. — Loving memories of our dear brother-in-law and Uncle Bill, who passed away September 27. 1953. Not just to day but every day we remem ber.— Lil. Pal and family. HILLAM. — In loving memory of mother, who pas ed away on September 26, 1951.— Remem- bered always by Max. Gwen and children. HILLAM — In loving memory of mother, who passed away September 26. 1951. As we loved you. so we miss you. — Ever re membered by Bevls. Jean and Brian. HUFFA. — In loving memory of our beloved sister and Aunt Iris, called home September 27. 1953.— Inserted by LiU. Dick and family. HDFFA. — Cherished memories of Auntie Irie. passed away 12 month.- today. — Always in the thoughts of Marj and Tom Goodenoush and family. KAVANAGH. — In loving me mory of our dear wife and mother Inez, who passed away September 27. 1946. — Ever re membered by husband John and daughter Margaret. Reg and family. By her mother and sister Sylvia. KENDALL.— In loving me mory of Aileen Lois, wh opassed away on September 27. 1953. So dearly loved so sadly missed.— By her mother and sister Sylvia. KENDALL.— In loving me mory of our sister Aileen. who passed away September 27. 1953. — Always remmebered by Dora. Reg and family. KENDALL. — In memory of Aileen, passed away September 27, 1953. Deep is her memory, sweet is her name. Deep in our hearts she will always remain. — — Inserted by Gwen and Bill. KENDALL. — In loving me- mory of Aileen Lot.-, whn passed away on September 27. 1953. — Always remembered by her sis ter Norma and brother-in-law Arthur and family KENDALL.— In loving me mory of oit /.f ai Aunty Aileen. passed away September 27. 1954. You .oved flowers ull your life Aileen. so we said good bye with flowers: and weren't they a wonderful sight, f only you could have touched them, it would have meant delight. — Forever remzmbt red b- Lorna. Cec D»'td and Kevn. KYGYK.— In loving memory of our beloved husband and father who passed away Sent. 27. 1953. Time passes dear Nebi. but your memory will always re main with your dear ones, who loved you truly.— Inserted by his lovine wife and family. Faith and Mary.

IN MEMORIAM KITTO. — Hann..h Board: also Alfrea J. S.. our dearly loved parents and grandparents, passed away September 27. 1953. ana June 14. 1924. — Lovingly re membered by their relatives. LAUBSCH.— In loving mmory of our dear mother and grand ma iTmma Loii.-c. passed away September 27. 1952. Sunshine pa.se.s and sh ddows fall Lovins memories outast all. — Al.vays remembered by Selma. Henry anu lannlj LEMON. Annie.— In loving memory of our dear wife, mother a. id grandma passed away Sep tember 27.' 1951.— Ever remem bered by Charlie. Fred. Pat and grandchildren. LEMON. — In loving memory of our dear mother and nanna. who passed away Sept. 27. 1951. A loving mother laid to rest. — Always remembered by Ray. Betty Peter and Carol. MARTIN. — Forever in my thoughts dear Kevin. — Inserted by your pal Harold. McCLEMENT.— In loving mem ory of our dear wife and mother, died September 26. 1950.— AU-ays remembered by her husbanu Will and family. MODYSTACH.— Loving memo of lather, died September 27, 1942. R I.P. — Remembered by daughters. MONTAGUE.— In memory of ! Lillian, passed away Scp ember 26. 1952. A good friend not for gotten. — Pat and Pauline. MUGG.— In loving memory of my mother, who died Sep tember 26 1919. — inserted by her son. Leslie. NETTLE. — cherished memo ries of our dear mot-.er and nan. who passed away September. 26. 1951. We cannot bring back the old days when we were all to gether, but lovine memories and thoughts will be ours for ever. — Remembered always by Alec. Jean and family. NOACK. — Sweet memories of my dear mot er. God has her in His keeping. I have her in my heart. — E.sie. NOBLE. — In loving memory of dad xho passed away Septem ber 27. 1951. — Always remem bered by Brenda, Rex end family. NORTON. Gilbert.— Died Sep tember 27. 1948. In lovins; me mory. — Inserted wife and family. POINTON. — In loving mem ory of our dear mother and nanna, who passed away Sep tember 27. 1953. — Loved and re membered by Glad, Alan and children. POINTON. Helena M-— In lov ing memory of our mother and nanna. passed away one year ago. — Always remembered by her family. POINTON. — In loving mem ory of dear nanna. who passed away one year today. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. — Lell. Hazel and Beveriey. PORTER. — In loving memory of our dear brother and uncle D'Arcy. died September 27. 1940. — Always remembered by Irene. . Gordon and family. READ. — In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away September 26. 1951.— Ever remembered by her loving daughter Maud. RICHARDS. — Lovine memories of my dear husband David, who passed away September 21, 1953. A silent thought, a silent tear, always wishing you were here.— Sadly missed by his loving wife Nellie. RICHARDS.— Loving memory of uncle Dave, passed away September 2i. 1953. — Always re membered Eileen. Charly and Joan. RICHARDS.— In loving me mory of Uncle Dave, who passed away September 27. 19j3. — Always remembered by Kath. Jack and boys. RICHARDSON.— Loving memo ries of our dear husband and father, passed away September 21. 1937. — Remembered by his wife Sarahann and daughter. ROBINSON. Mary Anne.— In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away Sep tember 27. 1951. In Goo's care. — Inserted by her sons and daughters. ROSS. — Cherished memories of my dear wife Myrtle, who passed away September 27, 1946. Today hi memory lane we walk side by side. Sadly missed. — Arch. ROSS. — Treasured memories of mother, who passed away September 27. 1946. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. — Always remembered by Gwen. Gordon and family. ROSS. — In 'loving memory of mother, passed away September 27, . 1946. Beautiful memories of one so dear deeply treasured from, year to year. — Always re membered hv Murray and Win.

ROSS. — Loving memories of mother, who passed away Sep temoer 27. 1946. — Ever* remem bered and sadly missed by Maud. Peter and children. SCHUTZ ? In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, a- ho uassea away September 26, 1944. — Ever remembered by Ed gar and family. SCROOP. — in loving memory of mother passed away Sep tember 27. 19j1. As it dawns an other year, memories of you are lust as dear mutter. — Inserted by her loving daughter Lorna. son-in-law John and grand children. SCROOP. — In loving memory of our dear mother. Ema. passed away September 27: 1951. Those who think of you today are those who think of you dear al ways. — Inserted by Shirley. Clarrie. Lyn ette Colin. SCROOP. — In memory of Em. who passed away September 27. 1951. Goodnight beloved sleep and take thy rest. Lay down thy head upon thy Saviour's breast. We loved thee well but Jesus loves thee best, goodnight — Elsie and Johnnie. SCROOP. Emma May. — Fond- est memories passed away Sep tember 27. 1951.— Inserted by Claire and Bill. SHILLINGFORD.— In loving memory of dear dad. accident ally killed at Woomera. Sep tember 26. 1952.— Always re membered by his loving son. Raymond. SMITH. — In loving memory of our aarling wife, mother and nannie (Janet) who fell asleep September 26. 1947. To be with you in the same old Would' be our dearest wish today. — A:ways longed for by her lov ing husband, daughters Ileane. Vera and Chloris. sons-in-law Ken. Neville, grandsons Noel. John ana Richard. STONE. — m loving memory of Douglas (Diet), w-ho passed away September 27. 1951. — Always re membered by his mother and father. STONE. — In lovine memory oi Douglas (Dick), who passed away on September 27. 1951. — Ever remembered by Shirley and Chris. THIELE. — In lovine memory   of our dear wife, mother and grandma, who passed away at Hahndorf. on September 27. 1952. To be with us in the same old way would be our dearest wish today. — Ever remembered by her lovinc husband, children and grandchildren. . THIELE. — In loving memory of our dear mother and granny, who passed away at Hahndorf on September 27. 1952. — Sadly missed by her son and daugh ter-in-law. Tom and Myra. and grandchildren. THREDGOLD. — In lovins me mory of our dear husband and lather, who passed away Sep tember 27. 1953. One year has passed but fond memories last. — Sadly missed by wife. Ron. Clyde THREDGOLD, Joseph. — Trea- sured memories'- of our dear poppa. — Always remembered. Norma. Gordon. Diane. THREDGOLD. — Loving memo ries of dear poppa, passed away September 27. 1953. — Always re membered. Pat and John. THREDGOLD.— Dad, grandad, too dearly loved to be forgotten. —Remembered by Laurie. Hazel, Deane. THREDGOLD. — In loving me mory of our dear brother Joe. who passed away on September 27. 1953. — Ever remembered by Scobie. THULBORN-— In loving me mory of my dear husband, who passed away on September 27. 1953. God saw that you were weary the hill too steep to climb. He gently closed your tired eyes and whispered peace be thine. — Remembered by his loving wife May. THULBORN.— Those of you who have a father cherish him with care, for you'll never know the heartache till you see the vacant chair. My heart still aches with sadness, my eyes shed many a tear. God knows how I miss him. as it dawns this first said year. — Remembered by his daughters Myrtle. Lois, and sons in-law Bill and George. THULBORN. — In loving me mory of our dear father and grandpa who passed away Sep tember 27. 1953.— Always remem bered by Sam, Rita and Jan. WALKLEY.— Loving memories of my dear husband Fred, who passed away September 26. 1949. ? Always remembered by his lovinc wife Gert. WALKLEY. —In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away September 27. 1953. Dear is her memory, sweet is Deep1' in* our hearts she will —Fondly remembered by Ralph. Will. Eve and Kevin and Denis

FUNERAL NOTICES ANDRESEN.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. ZELMA HULDA AMELIA ANDRESfcN. are respectfully informed that her Funeral will leave her late residence. 583 Wolfram lane. North Broken Hill, on TUESDAY, at 2 p.m.. (or the Broken Hill Cemetery. CHAS. A. BERRY & SON. Norwood. F5253. F. J. PUTTES & SONS. Broken Hill. ? Funeral Directors. ? BENNETTS.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. ELEANOR McARTHUR BENNcTTS. are re spectfully informed 'that her F:-neral will leave her late resi dence. 11 Gloucester terrace. Noiwood. on MONDAY, at 3 p.m.. for tlr- West Terr c 'enrtery. HORACE P. GANNONL run.rai Dirccloi', 21 High street. Kensington. ? FA1208. ? BLUETT.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. JOHN JAMES BLUETT, are respectfully in foiraed that his Funeral will leave his late residence. 24a David street Adelaide, on MON DAY, at 1.45 P.m.. for the Cen tennial Park ' Cemetery. ALFRED JAMES & SONS LTD.. AJJ3.A. Unley and Mile End. UA1128. BONYTHON.— THE FRIENDS of Mr. ALBERT BONYTHON. ol 6 Montgomery rond. Kilburn. are respectfully informed that the Faner-i of his iate b 'nve'l YOUNGZST SON. Jeffrey Albert, will leave dt. Brigi_'s Church. Le Hunte street. JCil bnrn on MONDAY, after a ser vice commencing at 2 p.m.. for the Dudley Park Cemetery. TURNER MOTOR FUNERALS. Chapel and Offices. 74-76 Anzac Highway. Everard Park. Telephone LF24B9. A-1elaice Funeral Directors. BOWMAN.— THE FRIENDS Of the late Mrs. JESSIE MAY iiURRAY BOWMAN, are respect -fully informed that her Funeral will leave her late residence. 15 Taylors rd.. Thebarton on MON DAY, at 3.30 p.m.. for the Pay nehpm Cemetery. Floral tributes to home. ? F. W. BLACKWELL LTD.. Funeral Directors. A.F.D.A. Successors to H. Bower. 120 Henley Beach rd.. Torrens ? ville. LU48U. ? -_ COUSINS.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. THOMAS COUSINS, late of 48 PhiUip st.. West Croydon. are respectfully nformed that his Funeral will eave the Funeral Parlors. 95 Port rd.. Hindmarsh. THIS DAY. Monday, at 3 P.m.. for the Chel tent am Cemetery. F. T. ELLIOTT & SONS. Funeral Directors ? Hindmarsh. LU4668. ? CROSBY.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. LILY AGNES CROSBY, are respectfully in ormed that her Funeral will leave her late residence. 28 Will cox avenue. Prospect, on MON DAY, at 2.45 p.m.. for the Dudley Park Cemetery. GEORGE A. BEECHING. AJ.DA 107 Prospect road. Prospect. ? ML1321. ? DALL.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. ROBERT HAROLD DALL are respectfully informed that his Funeral wi 1 leave his ate residence 70 Mitchell street. Goodwood, on TUESDAY, at 11 a.m. for the Centennial Park Cemetery. ALFRED JAMES & SONS LTD. (A-F-D-A.). Unley and Mile End. ? UA1128. DONNELLAN. — REQUIEM MASS for the Repose of the Soul of the late Miss ROSE LILLIAN DONNELLAN. late of 93 William street. Norwood (for-' merly of Gordon and Quorn) will be celebrated in St Ig natius Church. Norwood THIS (Monday) MORNING, at 7.15 o'clock.' Her Funeral will leave the Church at 10 a.m. for the Catholic section Centennial Park Cemetery. FRANK J. SIEBERT LIMITED. Funeral Directors. 47-49 Wakefleld street. Phones C413 and CS236. EARDLEY.— THE FRIENDS of the late Miss SUSIE EMILY EARDLEY. of 30 Clifton street, ilalvern are respectfully in formed that, her Remains were orivately laid to rest in the Hindmarsh Cemetery on SATUR DAY MORNING. September 25. The Rev. Frame Weston offici ALpRED JAMES & SONS LTD. (A.F.D.A.I. Unley and Mile End. ? UA1128. ? FRY ? THE FRIENDS or the late Mr. HENRY RICHARD (DICK) FRY. ate of 4 Heather brook terrace. Stonyfell. are re spectfully informed that his Funeral wil! leave Claude Tre velion's Funeral Chapel. 78 Macill road Norwood, on TUES DAY. September 28 after ser v(ro rnmmencine at 1.45 P.m.

for the Payneham Cemetery. Flonl tributes to Chapel on y. CLAUDE TREVELTON A.F.D.A.. Funeral Director. Head Office and Chapel 56-58 Magill road. Norwood. ? MF2084. ? HEARTFIELD. — THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. LILY JANET HEARTFIELD are respectfully informed that her Funeral will leave her late resi dence. 14 Cudmcre street. Somerton. iy- MONDAY, at 11 a.m. for the North Brighton CepieHr3TREVELION & SON. Funeral Directors. Commercial road Brighton. ? X8000. X7318. ? HILL. — THE FRIENDS and RELATIVES of Mr. LEO JAMES HILL, of 11 Euston ter race, Croydon. are respectfully   informed that the Remains of his late WIFE (Ida Kathleen) were privately interred in the Hindmarsh Cemetery on SATUR DAY September 23 BLACKWELL LTD.. Funeral Directors. A.F.D.A. Successor- to H. Bower. 120 Henley Beach road. Torrens- ville. LU4811     JOHNSON. — T.P.I. ASSOCIA TION. MEMBERS are requested to assemble at the West Terrace Cemetery gates THIS DAY (Monday), at 2 p.m.. to follow the Remains of our late Member ARTHUR E. V. JOHNSON to their last resting place. ? (Siened) JOHN CARPENTER. ? Secretary. KELLY. — THE FRIENDS of the late Mr GILBERT ROW LAND KELLY, of 32 Porter street. Parkside.. and late 9th Light Horse Regiment 1st A.I.F.. are respectfully informed that his Funera- will leave our Pri vate Parlor. 193 Unley road. Unley. on TUESDAY, at 1.45 p.m.. for the A.I.F. Cemetery. Wprt terrace Adelaide. ALFRED JAMES & SONS LTD. -A.F.D.A.) Unley and Mile End. ? UA1128. ? LAVIS.— THE FRIENDS-of the late Mr. JAMES LAVIS are respectfully informed that his Funeral will leave his late resi dence. 368 Henley Beach road. Lockleys, on MONDAY at 2 o.m.. for the Centennial Park Ceme ^ENGELLEY & KNABE LTD.. Funeral Directors. 210 Rundle street. W1328. LIENERT. — THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. HANNA ELISA BETH LIENERT are respectfully Informed that her Funeral will leave her late residence. Rose dale on MONDAY, at 2 p.m.. for the Gomersal Cemetery. TAYLOR & FORGIE ? Gawler. Phone 27. ? MAHER. — THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. ALPHONSO JOHN MAHER. of 6 North ter race. City (late Myers), are re spectfully informed that his funeral will leave the funeral parlors, 47' Wakefleld street, on TUESDAY, at 11 a.m.. for the Catholic Cemetery. West terrace. FRANK J. SIEBERT LTD.. Funeral Directors. 47-49 Wakefleld street. Phones C413 and C6236. MALCOLM.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. ANTHONY McELROY MALCOLM, of Glen roy. South-East, and late 2/6th Field Coy. R.A.E.. 1st AJJ?.. are respectfully informed t-at his Funeral will leave the Presby terian Church. Penola. on TUES DAY, at 11 a.m. for the Penola Cemetery. ALFRED J.AMES & SONS LTD.. (A.F.D.A:). Unley. ERN JAMES Mount Gambler. ? Funeral Directors. ? A. C. COLLINS MEMORIALS. 89a Unley road. Unley Phone U5362. ? IN MEMORIAM WALKLEY — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on September 27. 1953. — Sadly missed by Sylv. Alick. Glen and Bev. WALL. — Treasured memories of our darling baby Cynthia Mavis passed away September 27. 1948. 'A little angel gone to rest.' — Remembered always by mummy, daddy and Rose mary. WALL. — In loving memory of oar 'ittle granddaughter Cynthia, passed away Septem ber 27. 1948. Years roll by. but memories stay. — Always remem bered by Nanna. Pa. Aunty Barb. WESLEY. — In lovine memory of our dear mother and grand mother, passed away Septem ber 27. 1948.— Ever remembered by Myrtle. Will and family. YATES.— In lovine memory of Wayne. Nobody discovered what he went through, he suffered in silence when no one knew: a beautiful soul in a carden of rest, it's true what they . say. God chooses the best. In lovine memory oT Wayne, passed away September 27. 1953.

FUNERAL NOTICES MCMAHON.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. REGINALD UEORGE McMAHON. of 2a Jervois street. 'Iorrcnsville. are respectfully informed that his funeral will leave the parlors. 47 Wakefield street, on TUES DAY, at 2 p.m.. for the Catholic section. Centennial Park Ceme te.y. FRANK J. SIEBERT LTD.. Funeral Directors. 47-49 Wakefield street. Phones C413 and Cri236. MITCHELL.— THE FRIENDS oi the lots Mrs. FLGRENC2 ELSIE MITCHELL are respert rullv informed that her Funeral will leave her late residence. 22 riastings St.. Glenelg. on MON DAY, at 2 o'clock for the Nor ih Brighton Cemetery. F. H. TRtTTELLION & SON. Funeral Directors. Commctcial road. Brighton. ? X8000. X7318. ? MORITZ.— THE FRIENDS of Mr. TRISslsaJCw WIL LIAM MORITZ are respectfully in.ormed that the Funeral of his late beloved WIFE' iMay Elizabeth 1 will leave his resi dence. 67 Lane sir 't N' :h Rirhmond. on MONDAY, at 2 p.m.. for the Centennial talk Cem-tery. PARTTNGTON Sz SON Funeral Directors, South rd.. Black Forest. LF1246. MYERS — TRAAIWAYS CLUB AND UNION. Members are respectfully in formed that the Funeral of our late member. LIONEL A. MYERS iClab Steward) will leave Cur Lady of Victories Church H gh street. Gleneie. T !-.»'' - ' a.m.. for St. Jude's Cemetery. Brighton. ? R. TELFER. Club Secretary. L. H. JOHNS, Union Secre.ary. POWELL. — THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs.. LOUISA GRACE POWELL, are informed that her Funeral is appointed to leave the residence of her daughter (Mrs. C. Gamble). Sturt avenue. Blackwood. THIS DAY (Monday), at 10 a.m. for the Kangarilla Ceme.ery. E. W. WAUDBY. A.F.D.A., Funeral Director. BHckwood. Phones UW1178 and W2780. QHARRAD.— THE FRIENDS of ?3 the late Mr. JOSEPH FRE DERICK SHARRAD are res pectfully informed that his Remains were peacefullyljid to rest (privately), on SATURDAY, September 25. in the Centennial Park Cemetery. E. J. BUTTERY & SON. Funeral Directors. Ill Payneham rd.. St. Peters. ? MF1179. ? OIMMONS-— THE FRIENDS ot »3 the late Mr. FREDERICK GEORGE SIMMONS are res pectfully Informed that his runeral will leave his late resi dence. 16 Birkinshaw avenue, tfanmngham. on MONDAY, at .45 p.m.. for the North Road GEOR'GE A. BEECHING (A.F.D.A.-. 107 Prospect road. ? Prospect. ML1321. ? QMITH.— THE FRIENDS of O the late Mr. R. J. BRA2VIL bMTTH. B.D.S.. are respectfully informed that his Funeral will leave his late residence. 57 Chel tenham street, Malvern. THIS DAY -Mondayl. at 3.30 p.m.. for tfie North Road Cemetery. Canon H. Giles will officiate. CLAUDE TREVELION. A.F.D.A.. Funeral Director. Head Office and Chapel. 56-58 Magill rd.. Norwood. ? MF2084. ? CMITH.— REQUIEM MASS for O the Repose of the Soul of the late Miss SUSAN SMITH, late of 78 East terrace, Henley Beach 1 formerly of Farrell's Flat) will be celebrated in the Church of Our Lady of the Sac red Heart. Henley Beach, THIS (Monday I MORNING at 8 JO o'clock. Her Funeral will leave the Church at 9 a.m. for the Catholic Section. Cheltenham Cemetery ? FRANK J. SIEBERT LIMITED. Funeral Directors, 47-49 Wakefield street. Phones C413 and C6236. CTEWART.— THE FRIENDS of O the late Mr. GEORGE STE WART are respectfully informed that his Funeral Service will be conducted in the Young Street Hall on MONDAY, at 3 p.m.. then proceeding to the Chelten ham Cemetery. OLIVER RAYMOND & SON. 61 Unley rd. U5869; 179 Glen Osmond rd. UX1951. THOMSON.— THE FRIENDS of Mr WILLIAM P. THOM SON, of 5 Queen street. Gawler, are respectfully informed that the Remains of his late be!oved WIFE (Eva Florance) were laid to rest in the Willaston Ceme tery on SUNDAY AFTERNOON. Rev. A. E. Page officiated. TAYLOR & FORGIE. Gawler. Phone 27.

WILLIAM&— THE FRIEMJS of Mr WILLIAM EDWARD WILLIAMS/are respectfully in formed that the Funeral nf his late beloved WIFE (Oilie Alice), will leave his residence. McLaren Vale, on MONDAY, at 3.30 p.m.. for the McLaren Vale Methodist Cemetery. Floral tributes to Funeral Parlor, Unley. by 2 p.m. ' ? ALFRED JAMES it SONS LTD. lA.P.D.A. ). Unley and Mile End. ? UA1128. ? ?\X7ISEMAN.— THE FRIENDS »V of the late Mrs. VICTORIA EUGENE WISEMAN, of 90 Ayers avenue. Mitcham Park, are res pectfully informed that her Funeral will leave our' private parlor. 193 Unley road, Unley. on MONDAY, at 3 p.m.. for the Centennial Park Cemetery ALFRED JAMES & SONS LTD. (A.P.D.A. ). Unley and Mile End. ? UA1128. ? A. A. A. A A. A. A., A. A. Wreaths, floral tributes, made by experts in floral art. Delivery all .uburbs. Myer Fresh Flower Section. Ground floor Myer Emporium. W0123. A. CARMEL FLORISTS. 107 Magill rd. Wreaths del. F5019 A. BLUE ORCHID, Rose Park. Wreaths deL F3750. all hrs. A. BETTER wreaths at Viettes. 414 Unley rd. UA8170. UA1377 A.A.A WREATHS delivered shortest notice. STANLEY FLORISTS, 45 Adelaide Arcade. W3320: after hours. U2824. ? A. S. D. TILLETI MEMO RIALS. 63 Wakefield street. and West ter. C4524. AT TUCKERS. Florists. Grote st. Wreaths del. anywhere. LA5285: aft, hrs. LU6850. LU5811 A FLORA. 124 Unley road Wreaths, shortest notice. UA1738. all hours. — A. GLADIOLI FLORIST, opp. Nth Rd. Cem. Wreaths deL ML3145: after hours. ML1821-— A. DELMA1 ART FLORISTS, 141 Prospect road. Wreaths del. ML3527 or ML4537. all hrs. AT HILTON Florists, wreaths delivered. LU6913 or LU7936 BON TON Florists. Glandore. Blk. Forest. LF1584. LU6687. BILL Keane's Memorials. 299 Wright st. (off West ter. ). LA4474. evenings ML7723. — ? DAWN FLORIST. Wreaths del. Main North rd.. Pros pect. ML5297. ML1049 aft, hrs. GARDEN SHOP GLENELG. Wreaths del. X2482. X3209. GOLDEN DAFFODIL. UA7528. 215 Unley rd. Aft. hrs.. LF4662. — GLENELG DAPHNE. Florists. ? Wreaths del. X4502. ? HARCOURT Gardens. 'Mau- reen' Florist. Wreaths de livered. Phone UM1808: after hours LU6489. — HENLEY FLORISTS. Wreaths _ del. L8680; after hrs. L8363. JETTY RD. FLORIST. Glenelg Wreaths. &c. Del. X1993-— MILE END FLORISTS. Phone LU6791. Aft, hrs. LU7229. PROSPECT Florist. 62 Glad stone rd. ML4718. Wreaths del. — ? RW SALMON, Monumental Mason. 3 Balkra st.. Mile End LU7027. all hrs. ? UNLEY CADELL Florists. Del. wreaths, all hrs. UA7332. — WYLY FLORISTS. Brighton, Glenelg. Wreaths del. X76U RETURN THANKS CARTER. — Mr. M. Carter and son wish to sincerely THANK all friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in their recent bereavement; will all please accept this as their personal thanks? ? PAWELSKI. — The husband and family of the late Alice Louise Pawelski of Thebarton. wish to THANK all kind relatives and friends for floral tribute, cards, letters, telegrams and personal expressions of sympathy hi the recent sad loss of a dear wife and mother As many ad dresses are unknown, will all please accept this as our grate ful thanks? ? ? ? QUINLAN. — Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Henderson THANK all kind friends, neighbors and re lations for card/5 and expres sions of sympathy in the sad loss of their dear mother. ? ROWE. — Mr. and Mrs. George Burnett and Ian wish to sincerely THANK relatives and friends for their expressions of sympathy in their recent be reavement. ? ? WYATT.— The family of the , late Margaret Jane Wyatt wish to THANK all kind friends and relatives for floral tributes, cards, letters and personal ex pressions of sympathy in their recent sad loss of their deai mother: will all please accept this as our personal thanks?

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