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Approaching Marriajrs. ana i.»- . casement notices must be tignrd 1 by the two person* concernrd- | Birth notices by one of thr parents, unless othrnvi r authenticated, and Marriacrs. Deaths and In Meraoriam notices by -ome respontihlr person 4 lines. 6'-: 2 - each additional line. BIRTHS ASHBY (nee Hanson).— On   November 23, at Memorial, to Elsie and Graham— a son (Mark Leonard). Thanking Dr. Dawson   and all in attendance. ATTICK. — On November 12, at Queen Elizabeth Hospital, to Shirley and Ian — a daughter (Susan Shirley). BAIRD (nee Ahern). — On No- vember 20, at Ardrossan, to Ron- nie and Tom — a son. Thanking all in attendance. BIRDSEYE (Spiers).— On No- vember 21 at Mercy Hospital, to Rosemary and Don — a son (Jef-   frey Stuart).   BROWN (nee Brown). — To Betty and Ken— a daughter. Thanking Bute Hospital stafl and Dr. Torr BUILDER (nee Hombsch). — On November 22. at Blyth District Hospital, to Melba and Fred— a daughter (Lynette Ruth). Thanking all in attendance. CHILDS (nee Kinnane).— On November 13 at Frankston (Vic.), to Betty and John— a daughter (Margaret Anne)   COX. — On November 21, to Audrey and Harry — a son. FLEET.-- On November 18, at Q.E.H. to Elaine and Doug — a son (Peter Douglas). GORDON (nee Doudle).— On November 21, at Cummins Memo- rial Hospital to Pat and Glen— a son (Bruce Henderson). Thanking Dr. Remilton and hos- pital staff. GRAHAM (nee Northeast) . — On November 14, at McBrides, to Colin and Aileen— a son (An- thony Kym). HALL. —On November 21, at   Monreith Private Hospital, to Shylie and Colin —a son. HAWTHORNE (nee Gunter). — On November 21, at Park ter- race, to Joan and John —a daughter (Deborah Ann). Thank- ing Dr. Zimmit and hospital staff. HOLLAND (nee Taylor). —On November 21, at Park Terace   Hospital, to Ruth and David —a daughter (Heather Ruth). Thanking Dr. Branson and all in attendance. HORNE. —On November 22, at Park terrace, to Joyce and Frank —a son (Robert Ian). Thanking Dr Bickford and all in attend- ance. IRWIN.— On November 21, at Monreith Private Hospital to Margaret and Don— a son. Both well. JAMES.— On November 22, at Henley Private, to Lilian and Jim— a daughter - (Susan Kay) Both well. JAMIESON (nee Boxall). — On November 20, at Lilydale Hospi-tal, Victoria, to Dorothy and William -- a daughter (Lynette Joy). Thanking Dr. Middleton and staff. Both well. ( KEOGH (nee Hurst). -- On No-vember 23 at Ashford to Rhonda and Martin -- a son. Thanking Dr Fotheringham and staff KRASCHEL (nee Lange).— On November 21, at Angaston Dis- trict Hospital, to Nita and Don— a daughter. Both well. Thank- ing all in attendance. LEES (nee Butchart).— On No- vember 23 at Memorial, to June and John— a son (Bruce John). Both well. LISHMUND.-- On November 19, at Memorial, to Elva and Fred, -- a daughter (Jayne). MOUNCE - (nee Hatcher) .-On November 22, at Ashford Hos- pital, to Maureen and Sid— a daughter (Margaret Elva). Thanking Dr. Holland and hos- pital staff. MUNRO.— On November 21 at McBride, to Judy and Colin — a daughter. NATION (nee Hockley). —On November 20, at Rowan, to Joyce and Lloyd— a daughter (Mera- lyn Joy). Thanking Dr. Sy- mons and hospital staff. NUSKE-— On November 19. at Nhill, Vic., to Viola and Ern- a son. Both well. Thanking all in attendance. OLSEN (nee Lawson). — On No- vember 18, at P.S.M.H., to Mau- reen and Cliff— a daughter (Jil- lian Mary). Special thanks to Dr Myers, sisters and nurses. PUTLAND (nee Williams). —To   Val and Vic— a son. Thanking Dr. Wurm and staff.     ROBINSON.- On November 19, at Cowell Hospital to Lorraine and Stuart— a daughter (Yvonne Mary) Sincere thanks to Dr. McDonald, Sister Richter and staff. RUWOLDT.— On November 14 at Port Augusta, to Gwen and Ralph — a daughter (Lynette   Hazel). SANDOW. — On Sunday, No- vember 21, to Elizabeth wife of Brian — a daughter. SPRATT.— On November 22 at McBrides, to Ruth and Erle -- a son (Adrian Erle) Thanking   Dr Ross and hospital staff. SPRIGG. — On November 22, at Calvary Hospital, to Griselda and Reg — a son. Our sincere appreciation to Dr. Dwyer and the nursinz staff. TAYLOR.— On November 18, at Kingston, S.-E- to Mary and Bill— a son (Michael Charles). Thanking Dr. Magarey, Matron Bennett and staff. VAN VELSEN (nee Rankin). — On November 22, at Q.E.H.,   Woodville, to Margaret and George — a daughter (Cynthia   Margaret). Thanking all in at- tendance. WATSON. — On November 17, at Whyalla, to Phyl and Reg — a son (Dean Harold). Thanking all in attendance. WATSON (nee Martin).— On November 23, at Belmont Hospi- tal, Largs Bay, to Leo and Pat — a son (Geoffrey Dean). Thank- ing all in attendance. WOODHODSE (nee Baker).— On November 22, at Emergency Hospital Mile End, to Barbara and Bob— a daughter (Lesley Jean). Thanking Dr. Laycock and hospital staff. MARRIAGES DRESCHER — NORSWORTHY. — The marriage was quietly cele-   brated at Kent Town Methodist Church, on November 9, of Vera Norsworthy, and Bert Drescrher, both of St. Morris. Rev G Wel- lington officiated. GOLDEN WEDDINGS REHN. — The family of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rehn, of Teatree Gully (late of Houghton) have   pleasure in announcing the 50th anniversary of their parents' wedding, solemnised at St. George's Church, Magill by the late Canon Honner on November 30, 1904. At home Sunday, November 29. SILVER WEDDINGS FAGAN. ? Brian and Kevin wu-h to announce the 23th anni versary of their parents' wed ding, which was solemnised at St Bede's Church Semaphore. November 23. 1929. by Rev E T. Wylie. Approaching Marriages CASE — BERRf. — The mar rla*e ot Eileen Veronica, only daughter of Mr and Mrs. G. Case. Peterborough, to Colin fifth son of Mrs Berry. Adelaide, and the late Mr. Berr? of Clare will be solemnised in St. Anadetus Church. Peter borough, on Saturday. November 27. at 8.30 ajn. GERSCHWITZ — VONOW. — The marriage of Natleen Pam- ela, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. W. Gerschwitz, of Salisbury, to Colin Charles, only son of Mrs. E. M. and the late Mr. H. C. Vonow, of Col. Light Gardens, will be solemnised at Holy Trinity Church, North ter- race, on Saturday November 27 at 6-30 p.m. GREGORY — CARR — Mr and Mrs. L. A. Gregory, ot St. Peters. wUb to announce the coming mairlage of their elder daughter Yvonne Hayden. to Normax. Frank, youi -e»t son of the la-e Mr and ilr.». F J. Carr. and stepson of Mrs H j. Carr. of St. Morris to be sol emnised in the St. Andrew'* Church. Walkerville at 4.30 o.m on November 27 LAWRENCE — MARSHALL.— The marriagt of June eldest daughter of Airs. S. M. Law rence and the late Mr M. Law rence, of M annum, to Harry, youngest .son of the late Mr and Mrs. A F. J. Marshall, of Port Augusta win be solemnised at St. Andrew's Church of England. on Saturday. Novem ber 27 at 2J0 pjn. MITCHELL — ROWETT.— The marriage of Junelte- only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs W G Mit cheH. of Sefton Park to Des mond, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Rowett. of Salisbury, will be solemnised at Enfield North

Approaching Marriages SIM — SIMONS. — The mar riage of Helen, daughter o- Mr. C W. Sim. of Henley Bts-.-h. and thr late Mrs. Sim. to Don tld elder son of Mr and Mrs H. F. H. Simons, of Prospect. x:H be sofciani ed at the Hen ley Bercn Congregational Ch-irch on Saturclav. November 17 at 3.30 n.m. ENGAGEMENTS BONYTHON — BLEXK.KON. — Tne engagement is announced of Shirley, the youngest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Bony t-aon. to Neil the eldest son ot Mr. and Mrs C. J Blenkiron. both of Borrika. CARSON— KING. — Mr. and Mrs. B L. Carsen of Richmond have pleasure in announcing the engngament of their elder daughter Gladys, to John, younger son of Mr and Mrs P J King, of Moockra TRAEGER — STASINOWSKT. —Loir Miriam, third daughter of Mrs. M M. Traeger. and the late Rev. R, H. Traecer. 28 Jedir avenue. Glenunga. to Mervin Wa'ter. third son of Mr. anri Mrs. A H Stasinowsky. of Aitkins road. Warrnambool. Vic DEATHS ? ARMSTRONG. — On November 21. at M-gilL Vincent brother of R Armstrong, of County Dur ham England Aged 70 years. Lest we forget BARRETT. — On November 23. at hosDital. William James, be Ijved husband of Nora Barrett, of 13 Hardy street. Goodwood t-ark. am loving tether of Mary (Mrs. Dee. Esstwoadi. Mirioric ? Sister Gerald. Convent of Mercy Anz-is street! rnd Frank Aged 69 vears Reauiescat in p?ce. CHAPMAN.-On November 20. at Balgowlah. Sydney Reginald Eugene, youngest son of the late Rev. John and Mrs. Chapmen, loved brother ol Albert. Edith. Klrby snd Sehna. DALITZ. — On November 22 (suddenly), at her residence. 4 Maud street. Unley. Dora Ma tilda (Dorrie). the dearly be loved daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Dalitz. fond sis fer of Oswald. Bert. Alma (Mrs. D K. Evans), and Clare (Mrs. A. H Hicks) and loved friend of John Arthur. DINAN-— On November 23 at the residence of her son. Mr. S W. Dinan 75 LasceUes ave niie. Warradale Park. Lilian May , the beloved wife of the : 'ate Patrick Dinen. and loved | mother of Mavis. Stan and Colin. Aged 55 years EDWARDS. — On November 23. at Balgowlah. Sycney. Abdy Fel iowes. filth son oi the late J. R nnd Mrs Edwards of Broken HUI ELLIOTT, fcvtlyn K. — On October 27. dearly loved young est daughter or the late David and Mary Blackwell. of Point McLray and si ler of Charles. Jabei. Wtanie. Gilbert and Ed win i deceased i. and Edith ?Jeorge and Walter Only goodnight, beloved, not fareweU FOX.— On November 21. at Goroke. Victoria. Kerry, be loved daughter of Kevin and Phylis Aged 2 years, 11 months. GLASSON. — On November 22, at Wallaroo Hospital. Alice Maud E. Glasson wife of the late John Glasson, late of Jamestown, and beloved mother of Thelma (Mrs. Eric Risby) of Kadina; Ralph, of Adelaide; Dunstan. of Kadina. Aged 75 years. GLASSON. — Maud, eldest daughter of late F. and E. Wilmshurst, and loved sister of Else (deceased), Jeff, Mabs, Ette     (deceased) and Hazel.   HARVEY.-On Novmber 23. at Adelaide. Albert Lloyd. beloved husband of the late Ada Mary Harvey and dearly loved father of Gordon and Bill. Late of Hartley- Aged 77 years. KENNEDY. — On November 22 ( suddenly). at his residence, 5   Alfred street. Howetowne. Port Pirie. Edward, beloved husband of Gladys Pearl, and loved father of Barry Aged 49 years. RANKINE.— On November 23. Irene, dearly beloved wife of Max. Aged 36 years. Result of accident ROBERTS. — On November 22. at private hospital. Prospect. Fanny, widow of Samuel Bolitno Roberts and loving mother of Ella. Mabel (decd.). Hector. Lilian William ( decd. ). Lete- tia, Dorothy, Effie. Irene. Lind- ley and Violet, and grandmother of Jesiie. Keith. Glen. Ron. Jean. Gladys. Max, June,Betty, Maise. Jim, Lon, Bill. Irene. Cyril. Don, Joan. Kath Muriel. Sylvia. Den- nis and Ruth, and great-grand mother of 28 children. Aged 92 years SMITH. — On November 22. at hospital. Michael Fenton Smith, of 146 South road. Richmond. Aged 84 years. Loving friend of Mrs. H. A. Clark. Reouiescat in pace. SNADDEN.— On November 22. at Lourdes Valley, Ellen.- late of West street.'Brompton. daugh ter of the late James and Mary Pnadden. formerly of Port Wake fleld and Croydon. Aged 79 years. Requiescat in pace. SPONHELMER.— On Novem ber 22, at R.A.H., Clara Eliza, beloved only daughter of the late John Edward and Eliza Spon heimer, Stoke Newington, North London, loving sister of J. W. P. Sponheimer, Wallaroo, and loving auntie of John, Frank,   Dorothy and David. Aged 70 years. Peacefully sleeping. STUART. CeciL— On Novem ber 23. at Melbourne. CeciL dearly loved only son of Adeline and the late Paul Stuart, and brother of Lily. Elsie and Ida. SWEETNAM.— On November 22. at her residence. 28a Card well street. Adelaide. Josephine Elizabeth (Chummlel. beloved wife of Reynolds Thomas (Bob- Sweetnam. late of Port Augusta and Port Lincoln. Aged 71 years. VOKES-— On November 21, at her residence, 7 Railway terrace, Goodwood, May, the dearly be loved wife of the late Robert Vokes and loving mother of Al fred, Mavi, Gladys, Gordon, Kath and Margaret. Aged 57 years. WINDOW.— On November 20 Frederick Kinssley. of Kingston. S.-E.. loved son of Fanny and the late Arthur Window, of 2a Rowland road. MagilL and bro ther of Maude. Murray Lloyd Eunice and Gwen. WYATT. — On November 23. at hospital. Hurtle Gordon, dearly beloved husband of Thelma Wyatt. formerly of Junction load. Rosewater. and loving father of Joyce. Mary. Gordon and Melva. Aged 42 years At rest. WYATT.— On November 23. at hospital. Hurtle Gordon, loving son of Mr. and the late. Mrs. W. H. Wyatt. of 57 Leadenhall street. Port Adelaide, and loved brother of Sis. Sylv_ Joyce. Ethel. Lloyd. Horace and ElvL At rest. Heroes Of The Empire 'At the going down of the sun and tn the morning we will remember them.' BENNETT. Charles Stanle- 1st A.I.F. — Passed away Novem ber 24. 1952. Alloys remembered. —Mavis and BiU. BENNETT. Charles Stanley. 1st A.LF. — Passed away Novem ber 24. 1952. In loving remem brance of my husband — Dod BUSHELL. P.O.. George Treasured memories of my dear husband, who lost his life No vember 24. 1943. — Always rentpm bered. Dulcie BUSHELL. P.O. George.— a token of remembrance to my dear boy killed in action. No vember. 1943. — Mother. HANNETT. E. W. Pte— In lov ing memory of uncle Bill, passed away November 22 1948.— In- serted by Joe David. Daphne and Dianne. KUCHEL — Treasured mem ories of dear Clem. Cpl. SX13444. D.W.. N.G.. November 24. 1943 He would not wish for sadness or tears, but just to be remembered through the coming years. — Mum and dad. IN MEMORIAM ACKERMA!- (nee Arnold) — In memory ol our dear daugh ter and sister Dorothy, who oa.sseti away November 24. 1945 Forever with the Lord. — In- srned by mum. dad sisters and brother ANNANDALE. — In loving memory of our brother Tom. who passed away November 24. 1953 APPLETON Mrs. C. C Appleton. ot Woodsidei.— A mother who was kino and true Resting in peace in the arms of Jesus, who called her home — Sadly missed by her loving .-on Edgar and daughter-in-'aw Conny. BURGESS. Fred. — As it dawns another year you left beautiful memories. Fred dear, a sorrow too great to be told, but to us who love you memorier win never grow old. — For ever in our thoughts, from your loving wife Charlotte.

IN MEMORIAM CARTER. A J - Treasured memories of one we loved -.rr r It n« vcr forget — r.ver remem -ered by her loved one at ,Voodvll!e CARTER. — In memory ol aeai nother anJ nunny. passed away hret years ago today.— Ever rc nemberfd by Ray Shirirv -inr smilr CARTLER. — A token ol nmm irance to mum. passed air. ? ?Jovember 24 -Jack Ida Fhii p CLEMENTS.— in lovlne mc nory of my dear husb: nd Oliver, jasned away Movember 24 1948 i who loveci you sadly miss you — Fver rrmembered by his lov ng wife Ii's CLEMENTS. In loving me nory of our dear dad and crsndpa passed away Novem ber 24 1948. We loved you too lear!y to ever forget. —Sadly nissea by Id'. Gabe and grand ion- Richie and Graham. CLEMENTS. — Fond memor'es jf Uncle Oily who passed away November 24. 1948. — AJwpys re membered by Adrtie anrt Alf COLES.— In losing memory of i jur dear dad. who pas-ed away : Movember 24. 1938. — Always re- ! nembered by Maidie Eric and i family CROFT. — In loving memory 9f our dear mother and grand mother, who passed away No t-ember 23. 1952. — Always re membered. Jessie. Brian and family CROFT. — In loving memory 3f my dear sister, who passed iway on November 23. 1952 — Mways remembered by her Icv Ing «ister Jessie. R.I.P DUNSTAN. — In loving mem ory oX v'era Gladys, died Novem ber 24. 1953. How sacred is the word of mother, how tender is her care, how sad and lone'y is a home when you find no mother there. — Ever remem iierei oy Rita. Frank, erand- I daughter;- Pam and Cheryl. DUNSTAN. — Cherished mem- ories of mum. who patsed away | Novembcr 24. 1953 Deep in | our hearts your memory is kept. I to cherish, to love and never i fcrget.— Sadly missed by son Ron and daughter-in-law Lil DUNSTAN. — In loving memory Df mum and grancma. who ' passei: = way November 24. 1953. - —Sadly missed by Glad. Heather and Lynette { DUNSTAN. — In loving memory jf Mrs. Dunstan. passed away November 24. 1933.— Always re membered by Kath Connell. DUNSTAN. — In loving memory I uf oji dear iistsr Dot. passed ' »way November 24. 1953.— Erer : remembered by Audrey and j Doris. I DUNSTAN. — Treasured mem- \ iries of our dear mother. ! One year ago we had to part ' urith a mother we loved with aU I aur hearts, there are many mothers in this world we know, jut she was ours and we loved —Sadly missed by Jean and Ron. DUNSTAN. — In ioving mem ory of our dear mother, wno passe . away November 24. 1053. Today brings back sad mem ories of a loved one gone to rest, those who think o: you today ire those who loved you best —A wiyr remembered by your loving daughters Val and Maureen DUNSTAN. — In loving mem ory of mum and grandma, who passed away November 24. 1953. — Fver remembered by Joyce. BilL Joyleen and Deane. DYSON. — Cherished memories of my dear husband King, passed away November 24. 1951. also mother December 26. 1943: ind father April 3 1949 Mizpfh. — A!ways in my thoughts Mavis. FAINT. — In loving memory of Grace who passed away November 24 1953. — Always re membered by Mr and Mrs. T. Mossod and family: and Mr. and Mrs T. Thompson ?nd family FAINT. — In fond memories of   our dearest friend Grace. — Ever - remembered by Ern Annie Phyl   and June.   FAINT. — in loving memory of   our dear mother who passed away November 24. — Always re- | membered Harry Marienc and Susan   FRANCIS. — In loving memory I of dad. who died November 24. 1951. — Ever remembered by son Cyril. Vi. Kaylene and Valerie. FULLER. — In loving memory if Irene, passed away Novem »er 23. 1924. Three Uttle words, [orget me not. they don't sound much but mean a lot. ? Ever I remembered by her .? loving .' arother Alf. HARRIS. — Treasured mem jries of dear mother, who oassed away November 24. 1952: ateo dear dad. October 27. 1949. Forever in my heart. — Roma. HARRIS. — In memory of dear cans., who passed away Novem ber 24. 1952. As- dear to our hearts as always, your spirit lives with us yet. — Always re membered. Loir. HARRIS. — In loving memory Df mother, passed away Novem ber 24. 1952. — Always remem bered. Jean and Tom. HEAYSMAN.—In loving mem-     ory of Maureen, who passed away November 24, 1948.—Always     remembered by her father, mother, sisters and brother HOOPER.— In loving memory of mother, passed away Novem ber 24. 1953. God saw that you were weary, the hill too -steep to climb: He gently closed your tired eyes and whispered peace be thine. — Inserted by her daugh ter Madge and grandchildren JAMES. — Treasured memories of our son and brother Gtorse. accidentally killed November 24. 1851. Many a lonely heartache, many a silent tear, always a beautiful memory of the son and brother we loved so dear. —Ever remembered by dad. mum and sister Eva. JAMES. — In memory of George accidentally killed Outer Harbor. November' 24. l»si. Though death divides, fond mem ories cling. — Ever remembered by Ethel. We- and children. JAMES. — In loving memory of brother George, who passed away November 24. 1951. — Always loved by Don. Joan. nephew Gary JAMES. — In loving memory ot my dear brother George, who passed away November 24. 1951. As you rest in peaceful sleep Your memories we shall always keep. — Remembered by loving sister Rene and brother-in-law Peter. JAMES.*— In memory of George passed away November 24. 1951. — A'ways remembered by Ronda JAMES. — A tribute to the mem ory of George accidentally killed November 21 1951. Gone but not forgotten.- Ever rtmembHred by Mrs Gray. JAMES.— Treasured memories of our beloved wife and mother, who passed away November 24. 1953. Deep in my heart a me mory Is left. I loved you too dearly to ever forget.— Inserted by htr loving husband children Rodney and Marie. JAMES. — In loving memory of my dear daughter-in-law Fay. who passed away November 24. 1953 You walk with me each day dear in our garden of me mories. — Ever loved by mother in-law JAMES. — Deep m our hearts is a memory of our dear friend Fay. who passed away Novem ber 24 1953. — Always remem bered liv Noel and Colleen JAMES. — In lovins mi.:nc r.v of our dear sister an.) aunty fay. passed away N'ovmier 24. 19 ;3. Ti.s J»*t a Tear isc ioday that our loved one was ca'led aw y —Ever remembered by Wilt Vera and family JAMES. — Fondest memories ot our dearest Fay who left us a yeai aco today. —Always longed for and in the thoughts of your sisters Manda and N~1I also Val and yo-ir baby Mari. JAMES. — Treasured ana loving memories of my dear fri nd Fny. passed away November 24 1953. Gone, but not forgotten —Beth Forge JAMES.— tn loving memory of our dear friend Fay. passed away November 24. 1953 Today tiring* back sad memories of a loved one gone to rest, those who think of you today are those who lt.\rd you best. — Always -pm''n--pred by Roma and G'rJon KING. — In loving memory cf my dear husbana Sam. who passea away November 24 !950 T think of you 'n silence, the thoughts are sincere. --nd cherish of the memorie- 'f the days when you were here. — Saoly missed by vour loving wife Florence. KING. — In ioving memory ol our deir father, who passpd away November 24 i050 We have you in our memory. God has you in His care. —Always rememberer' by Ken Dos*, ind crand-hildren KING. — In loving memory oi dad and nephew Johnnie p-isse-d away November 24. 1950 and 1!»-2 —Ever remembered bv Cl:irrie ind Irma KING. — In loving memory of John who oassed away Novem ber 24 1952.— Always remem bered by grnnrima King KING. — Cherished memories John Two years ago wo. had to part with a son we loved with all our hearts: there arc many sons in this world we know but he wa-. ours and we loved him so. — Sadly missed by mum dad and brothers KING. — In ioving memory of father, passed away November 24 1950. A silent thought, a secret tear for one we lost and loved so dear. — Remembered by Bob daughter-in-law Ada. and grandsons.

IN MEMORIAM   KING — In loving memory of   dear John who passed away November 24, 1952. A life brief   but beautiful. -Loved and longed for always by Uncle     Ern, Auntie Doss Eileen Mar-   ia and Stan.   KING.- -In loving memory of John who i-a.-.sed away Novem jer 24 1952. - Ever remem'jerrd dv aunty Vina uncle L.oncl .ind cousins KING. — in loiniB memon ol lesir fa her pasted a.vay Novem ber 24 19.-0. E er rebiem-*eped ay his iovmg da igiiter Vtua son- ; in-!aw Lionel an:, srsindchil i:'-n j KUCHEL.— Cheri-hea m.-mories ' jf Clem, died in Ne* Guinea: '. iiso a though, for gr in ma. ? passea away same morn. Wo l--tik tender on P. ths A-here they once trod, md bliss the years *e calico hem r, i ant! leave he rest :o God — AI- , ways rememoered by Liurel. Cecil and family KUCHEL.— lu lovmst memory ot Corporal Clem, who -i^e' of wounds In N G. No cm er 24. 1943. Years are passing out mt m ories are lasting.— Aunty 1 her se LARCOMBE.— In loving mem ory of my dear husband and father. The year» will never take away the loving thought.-, they hold today.— Aiwa y-s re membered by loving wife, .son Melville. LARCOMBE. — In loving mem ory of father. We. who .ove yoJ. never forget. — Remembered by daughter Ada and Bi.l LARCOMBE. Hurtle.— In lov ing memory of my dear dad. — Inserted oy his loving daughter Milda. LEWIS. — Loving memories of mother, pasted away November 27 1949. — Remembered by Jack and Lorna. LINDSAY.— In loving memory of my dear wife Mary, who passed away November 24. 194 1. —Always remembered by her husband Jim LINDSAY. — In loving memory o:' our dear mother and sranu- : mother, psssea away Novemoer 24. 1947. Ewret memories, in serted by Gladys. Len. Joan and Lcn. LINDSAY. — In loving memory ol mother and nanna. pas.seu away November 24. 1947.— Ever remembered by Alick. Melva. Ronnie. Shirley. LINDSAY.— tn loving memory of dear mother, who Passed away November 24. 19«-— Al- ways remembered by Frank. Ida and Max MARSH. — in lovine -n mories ol oui dear husband ano daa. pa^seo away November 24. 19j2. Sweet memories will alw.iys lir. ger.— Sadly m-s&ed ny h-. l'v ing wife Kit children tcith and John. MARSH.— in loving memory oS our :iear son anu orother Charles, passeo away November 24 1952 Also Jim passed away December 2 1953 Not just to day but every day. in silence we remember.— Re Jiembeitd always by mother sister and brother ;n-law May and Jim MARSH.— In loving memory ot our dac and grandfa.her pa-ssed away. November 24. 1952.— Al- ways remembered. Man Reg Fred. Ian and Joy MARSH. — in iOvins memory ot our brother Charlie, who P -is.-ed away November 24. 1952.— Al- ways remembered oy Alice and Harold. MARSHALL. Margaret Feltes Clingan. -In remembrance ol my dear wife, passed on Nov ember ?4. 1946 MARSHALL.— In loving me mory of dear mother who passed away on November 24. 1946.— Always rememoered oy Jimmy Kath and children MARSHALL. Margaret.— Fono- est memories of mammy.— Al- ways remembered Bunty and Jean. McKAY.— In loving memory of our sons. Alexander and Al Itedbes. not take a .special day To bring you back to mind: The days we do not think of you Are very hard to find. —Sadly missed by father and mother McKAY.— In memory ot Alf. passed away November 24. 1931. — Always remembered by his sis ter Ronda. McKAY.— We cherish the mem ory of our dear friend Alf. Years may pass, but we still remember. —Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Daniels. McKAY.— In loving memory of my brotner AU. accidentally Killed Outer Harbor November 21 1951 We shall see him one bright morning, waiting m the other side w« shall sfe ms t^ear race smiling, not iha-ised. i-ut glorified.— Remembered always by Ethel Wes and ihJdran. McKAY.— In loving memory of my grandson Alf. accidentally lulled November 24. 19bl. H.s company was. always a pltasure. uis memory now :ny gn-ztcst treasure.— Sadly missed oy -iana. McKAY.— In loving memory of Mf. who died Novemoer 2» 1951. Deep in our hear's 3 ur r.icroory is kept. — Always reuemberec br Mari an' Don. McKAY.— In loving memory uf Alfred accidentally killed No vember 24. 1951.— Always remem bcrei1 by the James family. MITTON. — Cherished memo ries of our dear mother, two years ago we had to part with a mother we loved with all our heart. There are many mothers in this world we know but -she was ours and we loved her so. ? Sadly missed by Thelma. BiU. Gordon and grandchildren. MITTON.— In loving memory of our darling mother. who passed away November 24. 1952. —Always remembered by her loving daughter Marie and Fred PAYNE. Kathryn Ilfra. — In loving memory of our darling baby, who passed away Novem- ber 24, 1952.—Loved forever by her mummy, daddy, brother Brenton and sister Anita. PAYNE. — In loving memory of Kathryn. who passed away November 24, 1952.— Always re- membered by her grandmother and Aunty Marlene. PINSON. — Treasured memories of my dear husband, passed away November 24. 1953-1 miss him because I loved him He was dearer to me than gold. Nothing on earth can replace him. His memory will never grow old.— Inserted by his lov ing wife Em. PINSON. — Treasured memories of a devoted dad— Always re membered by his son Len wife and family. PINSON. — Loving memories of dear dad and grandpa. A beau tiful nature. loving and kind: a wonderful memory to leave be hind.— Sadly missed by Marge. Vic and Geoff. PINSON. — Loving memories of my dear brother Albert, who passed away just a year ago to day.— Sadly mLssed by sister Ada. PINSON.— In memory of our brother Albert, passed away November 24. 1953. As you rest, in perfect sleep, your memoir we will always keep.— Wall and Lottie PINSON. — In loving memory of our brother-in-law and uncle, who passed away November 24. 1953. As it dawns another year Our thoughts of you remain sin cere.— Remembered always by Lizzie and Dot. QUINN. — In devoted memories of my mother, passed away 1949. We bless the years you were with us. and leave the rest to Ood. —Remembered alway.s by hei lovlug daughter Ada. ennoson Cyril. QUNN.— Loving memories ot dear mother, pissed away Nov ember 24 1949. A silent thought rnd many a tear for a mother we lost and loved so dear —Always remembered by her loving daughter Janie. QUINN.— Treasured memories of dear mother who passed away Vovsmber 24. 1949. Two words not hard to write, two I'll remember '11 my life, my mother.— Inserted by her lov ing daughter Penelope   QUINN. — Loving memory ol   dear mother Dassed away Nov   ember 24 1949. Beautiful memo   ries of mother so dear, deepls   treasured from year to year. — Ever remembered by her lovine son Bill and Sylvia RICHARDS. — In loving mem ory of our dear mother. Todas brines back -sad memories of a loved one gone to rest. — Alway« remembered by Margaret lack SAINT. — In loving memory of dear Grace who passed away November 24, 1953. — Ever remem- bered by Bertha, Gert, Maisie. SAINT, Grace. — Cherished me- mories of a loved club member — Inserted by members of the Underdale Women's Bowling Club.   SAUNDERS. -In iovmg mem   ory of m- dear husband Bert.   passed away November '24. 1951 1 D;-ys and vrars ua~- on but love and memories ~\\l- hold la-t in   my heart that nevei will depart — Inserted by ni- lovtne viff   SAUNDERS. — In lovine me   mory of my dear father, uassrd   away November 24 1951 Sn dearly loved so sadly missed   , —Erer remembereri bv Eva and family   SCHIANSKY. Eugene. — In me   mory of Eugene passed away   November 24. Remembered by   Peter and Melva Finch   SMITH. — In memory of George   H. loving husband and father   who passed away November 24.   1933 Years may pass but lov   ing memories always stay foi   ever. — Remembered by his lov ing wife and family  

FUNERAL NOTICES ARMSTRONG.— THE FRIENDS     A at the late Mr VINCEN'T ARMSTRONG. ex-2-th Batt.. 1st . A. .F. of Mmtill. ire resnu-tfully i informed that his Funeral will i le.ivc the Funeral Parlors. !l!- Port r-':ui Hinrimarsh on WED- : NE3DAY. at 1(1 \.m for tlir ; V! F Cemetery. West terrace : F T. ELLIOTT .V SONS Fun-n-l Directors. Hintimarfh LU4668 : BARRETT. -REQUIEM MASS fot thi repose of the sou! oi the iate ? Mr. WILLIAM JAMES BARRETT of 13 Hardy   street. Gooi' — .cd Park will be celebrated in the Church of thr Ho'y Cross Goodwood THIS DAY i Wednesday I at 7 a.m. His Funeral will leave the church at 11 a.m for the Catho lic section Centennial Park Cemetery Springbank FRANK J. SIEBFRT LIMITED. Funer-1 Directors. 47-49 Wsl-.efield St.. Adelaide Phones WS571 and W5572. DALITZ. — THE FRIENDS of the late Miss DORA MATILDA(-DORRIE) DALITZ.   of 4 Maud street. Unley. are respectfully Informed that her Remains were privately ? cre- mated on TUESDAY AFTFR NOON at the Crematorium. We..t terrace. Adelaide. The Rev S. B. Trigg officiated. ALFRED JAMES fz SONS LTD. iA.F.D.A.1. Un'ey and Mile End. ? UA1128. ? DINAN. — THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. LILLIAN MAY DINAN. of 75 Lascelles avenue. W-rradale Park, are resnect fully informed that her Funeral will leave our Private Par'or 193 Unley road. Unley. on WEDNESDAY, at 1.30 P.m.. for the West Terrnce Cemetery. ALFRED JAMES & SON.=5 LTD. ? A.F.D.A i. Unley and Mile End. ? UA1128. ? GLASSON.— THE FRIENDS ol the late Mrs. ALICE MAUD E GLASSON. late of James town, are respectfully informed that her Remains were privately laid to rest TUESDAY MORN ING in the Jamestown Ceme t6ryr. WSNHAM. A.F.D.A. Funeral Director. Jamestown. Phone Tcrowle _V HARVEY.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. ALBERT LLOYD HARVEY are respect ful'y informed that his Funeral will leave the corner of East terrace and South terrace. Strathalbyn on WEDNESDAY, at 2.30 P.m.. for the Wood chester Cemetery. CALDWFLL'S. Undertaker Strathnlbyn. Phone 27. ? KENNEDY. — THE FRIENDS of Mrs. GLADYS PEARL KENNEDY, of 5 A'fred street. Howetown. Port Pirie. are le spectfully informed that the Remains of her late beloved ! HUSBAND lEdward Kennedy*   vcre nescefully laid to rest in I the Port, Pirie Cemetery on   TUE A° MESCHKE & SONS. | Funeral Directors. ; Port Pirie._ Phone_ 377 and_ 337.   RANKING.— THE FRIENDS of   MAXWELLL GORDON     FANKINE are respectfully in- ; formed that the Funeral of his | late dea'ly beloved WIFE   (Irene. will leave his residence. | 21 Myrtle avenue. Myrtle B.-.nk. j on W-D^^ESDAY. at 3.30 P.m.. for the Centennial Park Ceme teCHAS A BERRY & SON A.F.D.A.. Funeral Directors Parlor. Offices =nd Chaps}. 200 Magill rd- Norwood^ F3253. ROBERTS.— THE FRIENDS or the late Mrs. FANNY ROBERTS, widow of Samuel B. Roberts, are respectfully in formed that, her Funeral will leave Mr. S. R. Jarvis's premises. 72 King William load. Hyde Park, on WEDNESDAY, at 4 p.m.. Tor the Mitcham General '^STANLEY R. JARV1S. Funeral Director. Hyde Park. Phone UA1332. AA.A WREATHS- delivered 'shortest notice STANLEY FLORISTS. 45 Adelaide Arcade. W3320: nfter hours. U2824. ? A A A A A A A A A Wreaths. floral tributes, maie by experts in floral art Delivery all suburbs Myer Fresh Flower section Ground Floor _Mjver Emporium. W0123 A BETTER wrths it Vie'c- ? 1 14 Unley rd. UA8170. DA1377 ABLOE ORCHID Florist — Wreat-a and sheafs de liverej all hours. F3750. ? ACARME1 FLORIST 107 \l*eill rd Wrths del F5019 IN MEMORIAM TEMBY, John Glasson (Jacki. — In loving memory of our dear husband and father, passed away November 24. 1933. — Ever remem bered by his loving wife Grace, and sons Reg. Tom and Gordon, and families. TEMBY. — Treasured memories of Jack, who passed away No vember 24. 1953. The years will nsver take away the fond memo ries we have of you. — Nell and Jack. TUCKER. — Treasured mem ories of Jack, fell asleep Novem ber 24. 1953. We mis* all the sunshine and laughter you brought when you walked in. but we have golden memories the years can never dim. — In- serted by mum and dad. TUCKER.— In loving memory of my brother Jack, passed away November 24. 1953.— Will always be remembered by his ioving sister Pat ! TUCKER. — In loving memory of cur brother Jack, passed away November 24. 1953. May the sun shine he missed on life's high way be found In God's haven of rest. — Ever remembered by Mir garet and Don. TUCKER. — Treasured memo ries of- dear Jack passed away November 24. 1953. Always in our thoughts For ever in our hearts. — Ever remembered by Ray. Ethel, also Jim. Judith and little Jan. TUCKER. Keith Richard.— In loving memory of Johnny, died November 24. 1953. resul' of ac cident. — Sadly missed by Gor don and Elva Shanks. Rodney. Daphne Bob. Jenesta and Mel vyn TUCKER. — In loving memory of Jack, parsed awny November 24. 19j3. May he find the sun shine in God's garden of peace. — Inserted by Aileen. Ken and children. TUCKER. — In memory of Jack, passed away November 24. 1953. — Always remembered by Nellie Claddem and Faye. WALLACE. -In loving memory of my dea.' mother, nanna. passed away November 24. 1952. —Ever remembered. Jean. Alan, children. WALLACE. — In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away November 24. 1952. — Always re membered by son Don and family. WERE. — In memory of dear mother, who we will never for get. — Remembered by Rube. Cec and family. . WERE. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away November 24 1949. — Ever remembered by loving daughter and son-in-law Elsie. Bill and | grandchildren. i WERE. — In loving raemoly of mother and grancma. passed ; away 5 years ago. — brer remem bered by Alice Fred. Alf and Dorothy. ! WERE. — In loving memory of mother, passed aw*? 'ovmhei 24 1949. — Always remembered by i Perce. Lil and eraicchil ren | WHITE. G. E. S.— In loving I memory of iry riear husbana — Alwr.ys remembereu by Floss and f.milr WHITE. G. E. S.— Always re membered by his loving father ann sister Olive. WHITTAKEIt.— Fond memories of our dear mother and grand mother, who pa-sec away No vember 24. 1944. Never forgot ten. — Always remembered by her daughter Mabel, son-in-law Bili and grandchildren. WHITTAKER.— In »weet mem ory ol my dear mother and grandma, pas.sea away Novem oer 24. 1944. We often talk of bygone days anc' many silent tears: the dearest place is a grave where my mother lies: lor true love never dies Death leaves h heartache. — Always emem bered by daughter Emmie, cranci rliiltiren Beryl. Jean Terry. John WICKERSON. Syd. —Died.   November 24. 1952. Never shall his memory fade, sweet thoughts will linger around the place where he lies. — Sadly missed Grace. WRIGHT Arthur.— Loving memories of dear husband and fathei called home November 24 1950 Although we are apart rtear in our hearts vou are al xaw near Evei remembered by his wife and family. WYATT.—In loving memory if   our dear husband and father who passed any November 24 :952.— Alwny- Iov»ri ^nd remem bered by his wife Pat anri little I son Trevor WYATT. — UhiTisiie i memories   it o;u dear -.on Ros.s tja-srd .iway November 24 1952 '? all the *orld was ours to eive. we'd civ*- it. yes and mor». to see mir darling -o- Ross --ome smil ing through our door. — Sr sadly missed by mum and oon WYATT.— In loving memory ol Ross who passed away Novem ber 24. 1952.— Alwayt remem bered by the McLnchlan famili WYATT. — In loving memory of Uncle Roes, who oassed away November 24. 1952 —Always re membered by Iris. Norm. Peter and Michael.

FUNERAL NOTICES | 'MITH — THE FR1END& ol \ ' the late MiCHAtX FZNTON ' MITH - So. 12 Sgt. ist Tu= lanian Contingent. South A!r. *n torce i. formerly of Hinu mrsh and Richmond are re aectfully informed th?t !?*« uneral will leave the Fun arlors. Port road. Hindmar. n THURSDAY at 10 a.m. M. ;rvice at the Church of thr acred Hindmarsh. Aftei ;rvice. his Funeral will pro ;eri to the West Terrace Ceme- , F T. ELLIOTT it SONS. i Port road. Hinrimarsh. , O4668: and Col. Lishl Gardens. , ? UM1 437 ? I 2NADDEN - THE FRIENDS , ' of the late Mis ELLEN NADDEN late ol W st street, rompton. are resocctfullv in- ; armed thst hrr Funeral will :ave the Chutch of the Sficred [eart. Hindmarsh. after Ser ice commencing at 3 p.m on 1ITJFSDAY for the Catholic lemetery. West terrace. F T FLLIOTT & SONS. Port ro»d. Hindmarsh. ? LU4668. ? 2PONHEIME R.— THE ~ FRIENDS of the late Miss ILARA E. SPONHEIMER Of 21 'isher street. Well?nd. are re pectfully informed that her nneral will leave the Funeral 'arlors. 95 Port road. Hind u-rsh. TH7S DAY 'Warine davi. fter Service commencing at 1.10 a.m for the Cheltenham lemetery. F T. ELLIOTT * SONS. Funeral Directors. Hindmarsh. LP4668. 3WEETNAM.— THE FRIENDS ' of Mr REYNOLDS THOMAS BOB- SWEETNAM. of 28a rardwell street. Adelaide, are espectfullv Informed that the 'uneral of his late beloved YJFE i Josephine Elizabeth) Chummiei. win leave St. 'h-i's Church HM'fax street. .rtelnHe. on WEDNESDAY fter a Servire com-nencinc pt 1.45 a.m for the North Road :em»t!ry. 'ENGEILEY * KNABE LTD.. Funeral Di-eCfors. 210 Rundle street. W1328. irCKES _ THE FRIE'DS ot » the late Mrs. MAV VOKES. J 7 Railway terrace. Good rood are respectfu'ly informed hat her Remains were peace uly Ind tr- re t iprivitelyi in he West Terrace Cemeterr on TJESDAY MORVTNG Thf !ev. F-ank Weston officlat-d. lLFBTJ J.«MF!! & SOXF LTD. A.F.D.A.i. W-i»v ~rd Mile End. ? JJAU28. ? LIT YATT. - THE FHIF^DP -' »» the Iat» jir HURTLE JORDON WYATT. te unction road. Rosewater. are espcctfully informe'1 thit his 'uneral will leave the Funeral ':»rlor. 9.- Port rond. Hindmarsh. 'HIS DAY 'Wednesdevi. at 1 -m. for thr Hlircimarsh Ceme F T. fLLIOTT & SONS, 'uneral Direr'or Hindmarsh. ? L.m66-L_ ? \T HILTON Florists Wreath* ? deliver ed,_LU-i9! 3 _or_LU7936 I DELMAI ART FLORISTS » 14' Prospect rd Wreaths el ML3527 or ML4531. all hrs. 4 GLADIOLI FLORIST opp~ *? Nth rd Cem Wreaths del I_f£145- after hours. ML1821 - A . FLORA Ffori t. Urley tA. rx rj-i-a' tribute.', also in Con ?n—it-»' -tyle. UA1738. ail hrs. A . S. D. Tit LETT MEMO =i RIALS. 63 Wakefleld street nn? West fer C4i24. A . TUCKERS. -Florists. Orote ^*. «? W -oaths r*ei anywhere. .A5285: aft, hrs. LU6850. U5811. BON TON Florists. Glpndore Blk. For»n. LF1584. LUS687. BILL KEENE'S Memorials 29P Wright St.. city LA4474 DAWN FLORIST. Wreaths del. Main North rd.. Pros fct. ML5297. MLI049 aft, hre. GARDEN SHOP. GLEN^XG. JT Wreaths del. X2482. X3209. GOLDEN DAFFODIL OA7S2JJ J''' Cnley rq.. aft hr- LF4662 ^ LENELG Daphne Florists Jr Wreaths on. X4jO2 ? HARCOURT Gardens. 'Mau- reen' Florist. Wraiths de Ivered. Phone UM1808: after lours. LU6489. ? — I'ETTY RD. FLORIST G'.enelg. Wreaths. &c. del. X1993 — Lf 1LE END FLORISTS Phone VI-LU6791. Aft, hrs. LU7229.— PROSPECT Florist. 62 Gl'd stone rd. ML4718. Wreaths el. . ? — — aw SALMON. Monumental 'Mason. 3 Ballara St.. Mile nd. LU7027. all honrs. ? [TNLEY CADELL Florists rtel. : U wreaths all hours. UA7322. M7OODVILLE ^st ? ?3 .SmJi' W »-on. Wreiths Hel. M60S9. ? RETURN THANKS BURTON.— Mrs. A. Burton and family wish to THANK all ind friends ann neighbors for heir floral tributes, cards and etters in their sad loss of a early beloved husband and ather. Will all pease accept his as our sincere and personal hanks? ? '1AMPBELL.— The brother anri -J sisters of the late William irchibMd Campbell *-sh to :HANK all kind friends for es iressions of sympathy and floral ributes. ? tfRANCIS.— The family cf the 'ste Mrs. Florence Helena rrancls wish to express their leep APPRECIATION for the ery kind anr1 comforting exnre.s ions of sympathy tendered to hem ai the time of their recent ad bcreavemrnt. A« many ad Iresses are unknown we ask all o accept this as our personal hunks. ? GRANEY.— The wife and child ren of the late Roger Graney rtsh to THANK all kind reia ives and friends for the beau iful floral tributes, letters, cards ind telegrams, also personal ex iressions of sympathy In the sudden sad loss of their beloved   husband and daddy. Will all please accept this as our personal thanks?   GRANEY.— The mother and sister ot the late Roger James Graney wish to THANK all relatives and friends. Including neighbors. for floral tributes and expressions of sympathy in the sudden sad loss of their beloved son and brother. Will all please accept this as our sincere and personal thanks.   LAMBERT. — Mr and Mrs Kevin Lambert, of Brayville North, wish to THANK all   relatives and friends for floral tributes, telegrams, cards, let ters and peronal expressions of sympathy tendered to them at the time of their recent be   reavement.   PEKHALL. — The hu band and family of the late Pearl May Penhall. of Henley Beach, i-ish to THANK all kind rela tives and friends toi floral tri outes. cards. Inters, 'eiegrams and personal expressions of a Iear wife and moincr As many addresses are unknown, trill all please accept thi as our grateful thanks? ? RAYMOND. — The sons and daughters of the late Sydney Raymond wish to THANK all relatives and friends for floral tributes cards, telegrams and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement. Special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Laursnce ? SCHOLTENS. Brrl.— Family of the late William Scholtens *ish sincerely to THANK Dr Hayes, matron, nurses, bearers and friends for all help and ic:ndness shown in the loss of their brother ? SCOTT.— The wife and family of the late Thomas Scott, Orroroo, wish to THANK all their relations and friends for beautiful floral tributes, cards, letters, telegrams and personal expressions of sympathy in the sad loss of their dear husband and father As many addresses are unknown. will all please ac cept this as our personal thanks and appreciation.