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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATH NOTICES BIRTHS BEAUMONT. —On the 12th of March, at Mt. Barker S.M. Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ivon Beaumont, of Verdun —a son (Winston Ivan). Thanking Dr. Auricht and hospital staff. BURGESS. —On the 13th of March, to the wife of Eric Burgess, Murray Bridge —a son. Both well. CAUDELL (nee Giles, late District Hospital, Broken Hill). —On the 28th of January, to Barbara, wife of John W. Caudell, 438 Ryrie street, Geelong, Vic. —a daughter. GREGOR. —On the 13th of March, at Mount Barker S.M. Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Alf Gregor, of Hahndorf —a daughter. HAZELGROVE. —On the 22nd of February, at the Port Lincoln Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. Hazelgrove —a daughter. HAYDON. —On the 17th of February, at Gawler Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Haydon — a daughter (Beverley Dawn). Premature. Thanking Dr. Dawes, Sister Sutton, and staff. HOBBS. —On the 2nd of March, at the Mount Barker S.M. Hospital, to the wife of E. H. Hobbs. 2nd A.I.F. abroad —a daughter (Pauline May). Both well. ILES. —On the 13th of March, at Memorial Hospital, Murray Bridge, to Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Iles —a daughter. Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Heddle and hospital staff. MILNER. —On the 14th of March, at Park Terrace Private Hospital, to the wife of R. Milner —a son. MARKS (nee Mansbridge). —On the 11th of March, at Queen's Home, to Freda, wife of Private C. Marks (2nd A.I.F., abroad) —a son. MILDE (nee Madge Fergusson). —On the 13th of March, at the Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Riverton, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Milde, of Saddleworth —a daughter. OWEN. —On the 12th of March, at Memorial Hospital, Murray Bridge, to Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Owen —a son (Robert Hugh). Both well. Thank- ing Dr. Dibden and hospital staff. RICHTER (nee Mary Sullivan). —On the 4th of March, at Nurse Miller's, Solomontown, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Richter —a son (Adrian Edward). Both well. REX. —On the 12th of March, at Hamley Bridge Private Hospital, to the wife of Darcy Rex, of Hamley Bridge —a daughter. Both well. SMITH (nee Cobbin). —On the 12th of March, at Quorn and District Hospital, to Emmeline, wife of Hampton B. Smith —a daughter. TURNER (nee Dart). —On the 23rd of Feb- ruary, at Melbourne, to Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Turner (A.I.F.) —a son (Gordon Douglas). )premature). Both well. THOMPSON (nee Edwards). —On the 14th of March, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Thompson, of Goodwood road —a son (David William). Both well. Thanking Dr. Fleming, Sisters Winckel and Cowper and staff. TAGGART. —On the 12th of March, to Mr. and Mrs. Leo Taggart, of Flinders Park —a bonny daughter. WAUCHOPE. —On the 8th of March, to the wife of F. J. Wauchope, of Erindale —a daugh- ter. WORTHLEY (nee A. Joslin). —On the 9th of March, at Warraweena Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Worthley —a daughter. Thanking Dr. Hurst, Sister Siebert, Nurse   Marsh and staff. ZADOW (nee Maude Ellis). —On the 12th of March, at the Unley Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. K. Zadow, of Swan Reach —a daughter. No visitors for seven days. MARRIAGES   DAY —ODGERS. —The marriage of Jean Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Odgers, of North Richmond, to William Ernest, third son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Day, of Thebarton.,was solemnised by Rev. C. J   Whitfirld at St. James, Torrensville, on Mon- day, the 24th of February. KOOP —BABBAGE. —On the 25th of Febru- ary, at St. George's Anglican Church, Yorke- town, by the Rev. H. J. C. Hughes, of Min- laton, the marriage was solemnised of Wini- fred L., second daughter of Mrs. F. M. and the late Mr. Babbage, of Brentwood, to Harold K., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Koop, of Yorketown. LEANE —CROUCH. —The marriage of Thelma Gwladys, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Crouch, of Adelaide, to Thomas Wil liam, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Leane, of Thebarton, was solemnised at the Subiaco Church of Christ, W.A., by Pastor Raymond, on the 20th of February. NEWELL — CUFLEY. — The marriage was celebrated on the 8th of March of Ruth, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cufley, of Allenby Gardens, to Raymond, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Newell, of Hindmarsh Island. REICH —SMITH. —On the 25th of January, by the Rev. R. E. Stanley, the marriage was celebrated of Sadie, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Smith, to Edgar, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Reich, both of Colonel Light Gardens. GOLDEN WEDDING   HALL —SCOTT. —On the 16th of March, 1891, at St. George's Church, Woodforde, the son of Benjamin Hall, of Dry Creek, to Matilda Scott, eldest daughter of Benjamin Scott, Walkerville. Present address, 20 Vine street, Prospect. SILVER WEDDINGS ACKLAND —HALLIDAY. —On the 15th of March, 1916, at Stirling East Church of Christ, by Pastor Theo. Edwards, Grace, only daughter of Mrs. and the late W. E. Halliday, of Stirling West, to Howard, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. R. Ackland, of Bridgewater. Present address, Aldgate. COLLINS —GORE. —On the 15th of March, 1916, at Piccadilly, by the late Rev. H. C. Hill, Dulcie, only daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gore, Burnside, to Edgar, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. Collins, Summertown. Present address, Summertown. CHENOWETH —JAMES. —On the 15th of March, 1916, at the Methodist Church, Nor- manville, by the Rev. E. A. Pederick, Mabel C., eldest daughter of Mrs. James. 129 Grant ave. nue, Toorak. and the late Mr. J. J. James, to Robert Janes, eldest son of the late Mr. J. J. Chenoweth and Mrs. Chenoweth, Norwood, Present address, Yankalilla.

DEATHS   HAWKES. —On the 14th of March, James William Hawkes, of 51 King street, Mile End,     beloved brother of Harriet and Richard   Hawkes, second son of the late Henry and Clara. Aged 64 years. A patient sufferer at rest.     HAWKES. —On the 14th of March, James     William, dearly beloved husband of the late Mary Oaklands Hawkes, of 51 King street, Mile End, and loving father of May, William (deceased), Andrew, John and Allan. Aged 64   years. Requiescat in pace.       JONES. -On the 14th of March, at her re- sidence (suddenly), Emily Elizabeth, beloved   wife of Sydney Alfred Thomas Jones, of 102       West street, Brompton, aged 65 years.   NORTON. —On the 14th of March, at hos- pital, result of accident, David Wilford Charles Norton, fifth son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles Norton, of Forest Range, aged 50 years. MUDGE. —On the 13th of March, at Ade- laide, William James Mudge, late of 52 Gilbert street, Bowden, in his 80th year. NICHOLLS. —Ob the 13th of March, at Mount Stuart Station, Milparinka, Walter G. (Nick), dearly loved brother of Mrs. Stan Pitman, Fisher street, Norwood, and step-   brother of Hazel snd Ralph, late 4th Garri- son and 50th Battalions, A.I.F. Interred Tibooburra Cemetery on the 14th of March.   PRENDERGAST (nee Kit Bailey). —On the   13th of March, at private hospital, Perth, Catherine, dearly beloved daughter of Mary   and late William Bailey, loving mother of   Norman, Nancy, loving sister of Fred, Alf,     George, Jim, May, Gert, Jean. Requiescat in pace. RICHTER. —On the 13th of March, Mavis, dearly beloved only daughter of Carl (Ben) and Amy Richter, of 13 Yallum terrace, Kil- kenny, and loved sister of Cyril (R.A.A.F.), and Keith. Aged 27 years. Peacefully sleeping. SAMUELS. —On the 13th of March, at hos pital, Caroline E., relict of James H. Samuels, late of Bridgewater, and mother of Arthur (Exeter), Bert (Jamestown), Harry, George,   Len (Largs), Mrs. S. Bails (Hendon), Mrs. N. Taylor (Woodside), and Mrs. C. Chadwick (Woodville). Aged 72 years. On earth united,   in heaven re-united. THOMPSON. —On the 12th of March, at her daughter's residence, Balaklava, Ida Clara, dearly loved wife of the late George Thomp son, Balaklava, aged 76.   WELLING. —On the 8th of March, sud denly, at her residence, Mount Gambier, Anne,   beloved wife of Tom Welling.   RICHARDSON. —On the 14th of March, near Tanunda (result of ac cident), Joseph William Richardson, of Supreme Court Hotel, Gouger   street, Adelaide, beloved husband of   Dulcie Richardson. Aged 30 years.       HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR   MATHEWS. —In loving memory of my dear son, Corporal William J. Mathews, of 43rd. Battalion, who died of wounds in France on the 16th of March. 1917. One of the kindest, one of the best.     A beautiful memory to us is left.     —Inserted by his loving mother and brother, Charlie. IN MEMORIAM   BEANLAND. —In loving memory of dear mother who passed away on the 16th of March 1939.   —Fondly remembered by her loving son Harry,   daughter-in-law May, and grandson Lloyd.   BOWDEN. —In loving memory of our dear husband son and brother, Charlie, who passed   away on the 15th of March. 1931: also the   darling babe of the above. We keep in our memory the love of the past. With us it is as bright as of old:   For deep in our hearts it was planted to last,   In absence it never crows cold.   —Inserted by his loving wife, mother, father, sisters and brothers.   BOWEN. —In loving memory of brother Pred. who died, result accident, on the 15th   of March. 1940. Sometime we'll understand.   —Inserted by Harry, George, Alf and Rose.   BOWEN (Fred). —In loving memory of our brother and uncle, who passed away on the 15th of March. 1940 (result of accident).   —Ever remembered by his sister, M. McGar-   gill and family, Queenstown.   BOWEN. —In loving memory of Fred, who was accidentally killed on the 15th of March, 1940.   Memories live forever.     —Ever remembered by Joe and Edna.     BOWEN. —In loving memorv of Fred, acci-   I dentolly killed on the 15th of March. 1940.   Remembered bv Lionel. Flo. and John.   BAKER. —In loving remembrance of our dear   mother, Elizabeth Ann, who passed away at Dublin on the 14th of March. 1923.   Treasured memories.     —Ever remembered by her loving daughter and son-iu-law Ada and Sam.     COWAN. —In loving memory of our dear   father and crandDa. who passed awav on;   the 16th of March. 1940. !   We hare him in our memory. ,   God has him in His care. 1 —Inserted by Liliv. Arthur, Jovcc. and Joe.     COWAN. —In loving memory of my dear i father, who passed awav on tfce 16th oj March.; 1940.     ?Tis on!y those who have lost can td! !. Tbe pain at parting without larewelL ], —Inserted by his daughter Mary. } CHILD. —In loving memory of mother, who passed away on the 15tb of March. 1940. { A patient suflerer peacefully sleeoine. 1 —In.<ened br FJorrie. Adelaide, and Minnie. | CHILD. —In loving memorv of our dear !. mother and Grandmother, who passed away on the 15th of March. 1940. !. This is a day of remembrance. '? A day we will never foraet. I Of one we will always remember. i When ihe rest of the world forgets. | —Inserted by her lovine son George, daueh-|. ter-in-law Rose, and erandcbildren Clarence. Phillis. HazeL CHILD. —In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed awav on the iSth of! March. 1940. I: Her haDDv smile and cheerful ways i Will linger with me all mv days. |

APPROACHING MARRIAGES     URWIN —BADGER. —The marriage of Isobel (Peggy), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Urwin, to William Badger (R.A.A.F. Reserve), only son of Mrs. and tl-.r lair Mi. W, J.   Badjrer. both o* Glcnrlc will be .solemnised   at St. Priors. Cleric}?, on Sattirdav. ;!ic 2-nri   of March, at 7 p.m. WESTLEY —MARTIN. —The marriage of Grace A., rldcst dauchtcr of Mr. and Mrs.     R. H. Westley, of Strathalbyn, to Elon W.,     second son of Mrs. F Martin and the late   Mr. Martin, of Langhorne's Creek, will be     solemnised at Methodist Church, Strathalbyn,   on Saturday, the 22nd of March, at 7 p.m.   WUNNENBERG —CLEE. —The marriage of Karen, eldest dauchter of Mr. and Mrs. S. J.   E] Wunnenbcre. and Charles John clec <2nd, A.I.F.), will be solemnised at the Methodist Church. Stoekoor;. on Saturday, the ISth ol! March, at 1.30 p.m.       WALKLEY —MIDDLETON. —The marriage of Sylvia C. youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Walklcy. ol North Walkervillr. to Alick   E., second ion ol Jlr. and Mrs. A. R. Midd"-     ton. ol Prospect, will be solemnised a*. Payne     ham Methodic Church on Saturday, the 2dnii I   of March, at 7 p.m.     ENGAGEMENTS   ALTREE —SIM. —The engagement is an- nounccd of Hilda, daughter of Mr and Mrs.       W. J Altree. of Hindmarsh. to William A. H-.!   second son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Sim. ofi   Welland. BLASCHEK —MANN. —The engagement is   announced of Mary, second dauchter of Mr. I,   and Mrs. W. V. Blasch<-k. of Karoonda. to Walter, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. \V. G.! Mann, of Mindarie.     BURT —BARKELL. —The engagement is an-   nounced of Florence M-. second daughter of :   Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Bun. of Murray Bri3c.e. ; to Mervyn S.. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs.   W. T. Barkell. of Keswick.   COSSICH—BONYTHON.—The engagement   is announced of Thelma J., daughter of Mr.     and Mrs. J. Cossich, Waverly Ridge, Crafers,     to Walter H., son of Mr. and Mrs A. R..     Bonython, Summertown.   CALDERWOOD —LEE. —The engagement is announced of Kathleen Thora, eldest daughter   of Mr. and Mrs. T. Calderwood, of Semaphore   Park, to Leslie Frank, only son of Mr. and Mrs P. Lee, of Whitwarta. CORFIELD —RENDELL. —The engagement is announced of Evelyn Margaret, onlv daugh-   ter of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Corfield. of Bar- mera, to Richard George (Chief, 2nd A.I.F.,)   elder son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rendell, of     Burnside.   DENTON —YATES. —The engagement is an- nounced of Roma E.. twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Demon, of Westbourne Park, to Garth (A.I-F-I. elder son of Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Tates. of An?aston. FARR —PEARCE. —The engagement is an- nounced of Betty, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Parr, of Allenbc Gardens, to Thomas 1 third son of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Pearce. ofi- Seaton Park. FULTON —JAGGER. —The engagement is announced of Amelia, youngest daughter ol j Mrs. A. and the late Mr. Pulton, to Alt. ' younger fon of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Jagger. 1 both of Victor Harbor.   GANSER —ROWNEY. —The engagement is announced of Joyce, youngest daughter of Mr.   and Mrs. R. Ganser, of Rosewater, to Arnold., second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Rowney, of     Campbelltown.   GUSCOTT —METTERS. —The engagement   is announced of Hettie T., younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Guscotr, of Portland,   to David F., second son of Mr. and the late   Mrs. H. S. Metters,. of Prospect Gardens.   HOWELL —PAGE. —The engagement is an- nounced of Joyce Gladys, second daughter   ot Mrs. and the late Mr. J. E. Ho?ell, of Wing-   field, to Ronald Kitchener, second son of Mr.   and the late Mrs. M. St. Page, late of Han- ley Bridge. HAVARD —MASON. —The engagement is announced of Veronica, daughter of Mr. and   Mrs. F. J. Havard. of Mitcham. to Herbert,   youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Mason. of Colonel Light Gardens.   HENLEY —TURNBULL. —The engagement is announced of Phyllis Barbara, second daughter   ter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Henley, of Prospect. to Ernest Frederick, eldest son of Mr. and   Mrs. A. H. Turnbull. of Hillside.   HEINICKE —WILKINSON. — The engage- ment has been announced of Vera H. Heiniclce,   only daughter or Mr. and Mrs. T. Heinicke, of Moorook. to Francis J.. third son ol Mr.   C. A. and the late Mrs. C. A. Wilkinson, of   Barmera.   HEYSED —HOLDER. —The engagement is announced of Lavis Doreen, younger daugb- i ter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Heysed.- of Parkside. I1 to Maxwell Ernest, younger son of Mr. and   Mrs. R. Holder, of Welland. PAGE —HOWELL. —The engagement is an- nounced of Joyce Gladys, second daughter   of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. E. Howell, of Wingfield. to Ronald Kitchener, second son,   of Mr. and the late Mrs. E. Pace, of Dry Creek, j' lormerlv of Hamlev Bridce. I JOHNCOCK —HUMPHRIES. —The engage- ment is announced of Gladys Marjorie, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Johncock. of Balhannah. SA. to Norman Russell, younger son of Mr. and Mrs.J. F.Humphries, of Jack-     son street, Casterton. Vic. Melbourne daily   papers please copy. ; LEMON —DARWIN. —The engagement is an- nounced of Dorothy Mar. only daughter of Mt. and Mrs. Otto Phillip Lemon, of Sea- . diS. to Mr. Ronald George Darwin. RJ^N.. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence George : Damn, of Mile End. OLIVER —HAINES. —The engagement is announced of Jean, the only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Oliver, of Findon, to Kenenth. ' ? the youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. < ' Vivian Haines. of Tantanoola. PARSLOW —CARLSON. — The engagement 'is announced of Joyous, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Parslow, of Edithburgh.   to Norman Herbert, eldest son of Mr and   Mrs. J. H. Carlson, ot Rosewater Gardens.     PALMER —WILLS. —The engagement is an- nounced of Betty, second daughter of Mr. h and 2&rs. W H. Palmer of Eindmarso, to BUI. eldest son of Mrs. N. and the late Mr Wills, of Adelaide.

QUINLAN —ARTHUR. —The engagement is announced of Betty, second daughter of Mr. and Mis. J. J. Qulnlan, of Royal Park, to LjpeH. eldest son ol Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Arthur, of York. RIGGS —STEVENS. —The engagement is announced or Muriel Selva. younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Riggs. of Hilton, to John Keith, elder son of Mr. J. H. and the : late Mrs. Stevens, of Tbebarton.   RATTEY —FECHNER. —The engagement is announced of Amy Betty, eldest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. E. A. Eattey, to Pte. VI. ' G. (Gordon) Fechner, 2nd AJLF.. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Fechner. both o£i Eden Valley. j ROBERTSON —HUTCHINSON. —The en- E&cement is announced of Muriel, daughter of Mrs. Dunn and the late Corporal w. M. Bo> bertson, Ist A.LF, to Colin, eldest son of Mrs. F. 3. Hntchinson. of Marion. SEMMENS —HEADING. —The engagement is announced of Norma E., youngest daughter of Mrs. B. Semmens, of Black Forest, and the late Mr. J. semmens, to Eric L-. second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Handing of Marlon. SHURVEN —WEEKS. —The engagement is SBTioiincpri of Alice, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Snurren, to Lawrence, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Weeks. WoodviUe. SMITH —GALLASCH. —The engagement is announced of Loraa. roungest dauKbter of Mi-, and Mrs. A. A- Smith, ol Mount Bar ker, to Allan, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Gallasch. of Verdun. TALBOT —RAYMOND. —The engagement is announced of Thora W.. Peterborough, second daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. M_ G. S. Talbot. of Sansborough, to Ivan D.. third son of Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Raymond, of Peterborough. WILLIAMS —SUCK. —The engagement is an- nounced of Dorothy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Williams. o£ Mitcham. to James, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Suck, ol New Hindmarsh. WINSTANLEY —WHITCHER. —The engage- ment is announced of Frances, third daugh ter of ilr. and Mrs. C. W. Winstanley, ol Rosewater, to George, eldest son ol Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Whitcber. of Yorketojrn. WILLIAMS —CROWE. —The engagement is announced of Helen, youngest daughter ol Mrs. and the late Mr. Williams, of G'.an ville, to Charles, fifth son of Mr. and Mrs. Crowe, of Hosewater. WILLIAMS —EITEL. —The engagement is announced of Mavis 0., eldest daughter of i!x. and Mrs. D. R. Williams, of Dulwich. to Stephen E.. second son of Mr. and Mrs. L. It Eilel. of Richmond.

Present address. "Vy nir?int p DAY —HOWELL. —On the 15th of March, 1916, at Christ Church. Mount Gamhier. by the late Archdeacon SamweU, Emily, third daughter of Mrs. E. and the late Mr. B Howell, to Samuel, elder eon of Mr. and Mrs. S. Day. ol Mount Gambler. Present address, Moseler square. Glenelg. GILES —HARRIS. —Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Giles, of 3 Brace avenue. Richmond, announce the 25th anniversary of their marriage, which was EOlemni&ed at Tod street Methodist Church. Gavler. on the 15th of March. 1316, by Rev J. C. Hushes. APPROACHING MARRIAGES BELL —POPE. —The morrisee of Edna, of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ben. GlenelK, to Basil, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Pope. Mount Barker, will be solemnised at tbe Glenelg Methodist Church on Saturday, tbe 22nd Match, at 1 pjn. BACK —WALKLEY. —The marriage of Una, cecond daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. S. Back, of trsrtina to Douglas Jack, elder eon of Mr. and Mrs. L. WauUey. of Marryat vilte, will be solemnlEed at Gartrell Memorial Church. Rose Park, on Saturday, the 22nd of Match, at 7 pjn. BIGWOOD —HASKELL. —The marriage of Jean, fourth daughter of Mrs. B!£wood and the late Mr. L. W. Bigwood, o! Adelaide, to Ray mond Mash-All Owrj &TP son of Mr. and Mrs. ?m.?lt?ii - of North Adminicle. viU be solemnised at Scots Church, North terrace, on Saturday, the 22nd of HTnrrh. 7 pjn. Friends and rela tives cordially invited to ceremony. COOK —EDWARDS. —The marriage of Jean, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A- B- Cook. Fern avenue. Fullarton. to Guilford, second son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Edwards. Penong. Wen Coast. Till be solemnised at Parkside Baptist Church, Tonne street, on Saturday, tne 22nd of March, at 7 cm- COLBEY —SMITH. —The marriage of Eva Lilian (Topsie) younger daughter of the late Mr. H. C. Colbey and Mrs. A. Hampton. of Biggs Flat, to Reginald William. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Smith, p. office. Echunga. will be solemnised at St. Mary's Church of England. Echunga. on Saturday, the 22nd of March. at 3 p.m. FLIGHT —CRANNAFORD. —The marriage of Joan, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Flight, to Boss, only son of Mr. and Mrs S. Crannaford. both of Mile End. Till be solemnised at Church of Christ. Mile t*h^ on the 22nd of March, at 7 p.m". Reception Maple Leal. FOSTER —STEWART. —The marriage of May Poster, youngest daughter of Mrs. N. R. Foster. Stirling East, to Private James Stewart <2nd AXF.). eldest son of Mrs. J.

Stewart. WJL. will be solemnised at the Metho dism Church. Stirling East, on Wednesday, the 19th of March, at 7 o'clock. FULWOOD —FIELD. —The marriage of Gwendolen, eldest daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. A. Fulwood, of Highgate, to Sydney, voungest son ot Mr. and Mrs. F. Field, of Farkside. will be solemnised at the Rosefield Methodist Church, on Saturday, the 22nd of March, at 4 pja. Friends and relatives cordially in vited to ceremony. So reception. HILL —MELLOW. —The marriage of Cynthia M.. only daughter of Mrs. R. Rill, of Adelaide, to Verdun L.. only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Mellow, of Flinders Park, will be solemnised at St. John's Church. Halifax street, on Satur day, the 22nd of March, at 7 p.m. HOLLOW —ANGUS. —The marriage of Ronda Lillian second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hollow. Westbourne Park, to Frank Ernest, only son of and the late Mrs. A. R. Angus. South road. Edwardstown wrill be solemnised at St. Columba's Church of England. Cross roads. Hawthorn, on Satur- day, the 29th of March, at 6.45 p.m. HARRIS —PEARCE. —The marriage of Rene, twin daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. Har ris Burra. to Hedley. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Pcarce. Burra. wili be solemnised in the Koorinsa Methodist Church. Burra, on the 22nd of March, at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends cordially invited to ceremony. No reception MURRAY —MODRA. —The marriage of Edith Hope, vounger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Hope Mcrray. of Mount Pleasant, to Mr Arthur Modra of 'Brighton, will be solemnised at Scots Church. North terrace, on Saturday, the 22nd of March, at 4JO pjn. Friends and rela tives invited to ceremony. No reception. MORRISON —EVANS. —The marriage of Rae Mundy Morrison, only child of Mr. and Mrs Roy Wliitlock Morrison, of MiUswood Estate, to Ronald David Evans, onlv son of Mr. and Mrs David Henry Evans, of Grassmere. wiU be solemnised at Holy Trinity Church. North | ?terrace, on the 22nd of March, at 7.30 p.m Reception at "Arcadia." I RICHARDS —MARGITICH. —The marriage of Thelma Edna, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Richards, of Cheltenham, to Frederick I Stephen, elder son of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. Marsitich. of Beverley. will be solemnised at St. Paul's Church. Port Adelaide, on Satur day, t'le 22nd of March, at 7 p.m. j SWAN —MASTIN. —The marriage of Bar- bara, onlv child of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Mas-! ?tin. ot Park terrace. Wawille. to Sergeant Ralnh Swan. A.1.F.. eldest son of Mrs. F. ? J.I. Swan, of Austral terrace. Malvcrn. and the "late Mr. Swan, will be solemnised at St. I Michael's. Mitcham. on Saturday. 15th of March, at 7 Dm. J

BIRTHDAYS Birthday greetings are extended to the under- mentioned members of the Children's Hospital Birthday League. All communications re-   garding birthdays in this column must be addressed to the Lay Superintendent, Chil- dren's Hospital, North Adelaide. Minimum insertion fee, 2/6. 15/3/41 Colleen BoswelL Halidon (3 years). Miss Nancy Crocker. Muloowurtie. ?-CHEERIOS- Olive Stoclc, Sandilands. Miss Ronda Bretas. Pallamana. Miss June M. Pruchard. 173 Esplanade. Larss Bay. 16/3/41 Miss Nellie Harvey. 22 Rochester street. Knightsbridge. Dennis Schirmcr, Saddleworth. Trevor M. John. Tanunda. "CHEERIOS" Linda G. Wpgner. Appila. Norma M. Wesner, Appila. Glcnys M. Ho-skins. Crystal Brook. Norman J. Whitchousc. Kent Hotel, Port Adelaide. Mr. A. L. Schirmer. Saddlcnorth. ! DEATHS i BATH. —At Adelaide on the 13th ol March ? Frederick Tristram, beloved husband ol Elbe! i and loving father ol Freda Bath, of 10 Brisa-! loa- avenue. Kensington Gardens, in his ? 71st I BRAIN.—On the 12th of March, at Adelaide ? William Stocks (late of Imperial Armyi dcar!y beloved husband of Mata. and loved father of Paula Brain, in his 66th year. BROWN (nee Shipard). —On the 6th o£ March, at Adelaide. Amy Ajnes Eliza, dearlv loved dauchtcr of Arthur and Vanda Sh'nard' Pencng. West Coast. A£f>d 30 years. In God's! I care. DYER. —On the 14th or Marcn. at a uri vate hoscUal. James Douclas Dver. onlv >o::' ?of Marv Anderson and the late -lames Dver. :of 18 Hu;t street, aaed 48 years Late o' Mount Barker Probationary School. 1 GRAHAM. —On the 12th of March at Morris ?I Hospital. Northfleld Mitchrl: ?Mitch') Grjhaai |Agpd 71 years Today at rrst HYDE. —On the 14th nf March (?uddcn'vi !ai her late residence. S3 Woolnoush road. 'jA^cd S6 yr?irs. HILL. —On the 11th of Marcli. at LvnU-'ri. ' N.S.W, John Charles. Mr;hod lE t M'nii-cr. ' eldest son of the !a:e J. D H:]^ acrd Zl.

—Inserted bv her lovinc son Alf. ; emu). —In loving memory of or dear j mother, who passed away on the 15th of; March. 1940. [ There is one I trill alwavs remember ! When the rest of the world forge! s. , —Inserted by her loyine dauphicr lAzzie. CARTER. —In loving memory ol our dear i mother, who passed away on the 16th of' March. 1934. AI.-kj our dear father, who1 ! passed away on the 25th of May. 1938. I i Treasured memories. I —lnserted by their loved ones. CAMPBELL. —In sad but loving memory of .my dear son Bert, who passed away on the ] 15th of March, 1935. at Mount Bryan. I: Awav in God's beautiful garden. j. Sheltered from sorrow and pain; Some day when life's journey is ended. | Dear Bert, we will meet again. —Inserted by his loving mother, brothers and sister- CAMPBELL. —In sacred memory of dad, who passed away on the 15th of March, 1935. We shall see him one bright morning. Waiting on the other side: < See his dear face beaming. ! Not changed, but glorified. —Inserted by Jean and Allan, Mount Bryan. CAMPBELL. —In lo\*ing memorv of my dear husband and father, who passed away six years ago today. Only a grave, but needs our care. For the ones we loved are resting there: I Sweet flowers we lay upon his breast, j Placed by the ones who loved him best. j —Always remembered by his wife and daugh ter Coral. Mount Bryan- DOHNT. —In loving memory of our dear, sister and aunt, who passed away on the 16th' of March. 1937. j Forever remembered. —Inserted by her sister and brother-in-law. Alice and BiU, niece and nepnew Gwen. and Vin. I brother, JacJj, who passed away on the 35th of] March. 1939. Not just today, but everv day ! In silence I remember. —In-s-rted by his brother. Ted. ; DOBINSON. —In loving memory or our dear wife and mother, who passed away on thpj 15th o£ March. 1930. .—lnserted by loving husband, daughters. Mavis. Gladys. Olive; sons. Kenneth. Ron. Graham, and Harold. | ELMSLIE. —In lovin? memory of Florence. I dearly beloved wife o£ J. R, and mother of ! Alicfc. wfco died on the 15th of March 1939. I ELMSLIE. —In loving memorv of Flo. who died on the 15th of March. 1939.—Inserted by ;

her loving sister-in-law. J. Elmslie. ' GRAY. —In loving memory of our <iear, mother and nanca. who passed away on thej 15th of March. 1940. I A lovins mother sonc to rest. i True and kind, she did her best. ! GRAY. —In lovinp memory ol our dear   mother and nanna. w^o passed awfly on the 115th ol "March 1940. : ! The love and memory of our dear mother j VUi: never lade any. - ' —Ever remembered by Mabs. Frank and; jrranddaujxhter. Laurel. ! GRAY. —In loving memory of Aunty Annie,   passed away on the 15th of March. 1940. | Ever remembered by Fred. Edna. Mavis and! Ralph. . GRAY.—In lovinc mr:r.ory ol my car.in? : mothe- who passed av.av on the ISTh of' March.' 1940. '? "Memories nrc far better than tears. i —Sadl?n^"'-:eTbv'h--r io"v:n^ daughter. f:ose.! and son-in-law. Alex. : GRAY. —In loving mrawrr of my dear wife, xh.i passed .may on the lolh at .\:arrh. 1940. —Fondly rcm'-^ibered by her husband C. P., j Gray GURNEY. —In win? memory of our oVar   jhu.sbimd and father. Ivor, jaho passed away ij Too dearly" loved" m be forpottrn. ?; —Insert?d by his lovin? wife and family, i GURNEY. —In lovin? memory of Ivor, who died on the 15th of March. 1937. ' , A thought for today, a memory for ever. j :!—lnserted by Frank. Ula, boys. ! 1 GOITJIE.—In loving memory of Samuel I, Goudie. who passed away on the 15th of March. ?, 1335. , ; Sadly nr.ssed and always remembered by Ilfs GOUDIE. —A tribute to the memory of our ?;dear father and crandpa. who passed away :' on the 15th of March. 1935 -. ;— Fondly remembered by Bill Rene ar.d Nancy.' :\ nooiiENOrGll.—ln lovma memory o: our ?j:he n-'th of Nr.irch. 1039. r.: G:lb>'r:.>n. 1 In pi:r!-et p<-.ir^- he av\^.;i.- ii> a;;. . — F.vr rem-n:hpre<i h\- !::< rt.r.ich-T A\'.v. L ' Vliijjlsril;.— l:!l"i-."-:i:V:i-.ii?^i';r; 0'>nf n lovir.; = rJI-.>ini,T:!. i. v.!;., ;>:, . t: najv r:: -he ly.'r. o! March 10J- A "1.!?:;::: ""? 'nri.iy. '—1r..-?;;"d 'oy ":<.'?'? crar.d.-Vn. s. I

IN MEMORIAM HURRELL. —In sad and loving memory of   ? rr.v *ti'rfr wifr. Oi:vc. aho passed anay on li^c 3(i:ii if M.ircii .:n34. A wondrrful v. lit-, only Irnt On ? nl thr bc?i (V>c fv<T V <?* -O^Tff *,'ftU th' 11. ffp Jot P VO'I 111. ; Tiiinis Wvi-'chanced 'in manv mays.' ' Mrainr:-;. nf ihWhaiipy day* —Inscrti-d' by her lovjr.; Husband ?n<3 son. ' Enc. ' ? | HURRELL. —Ir. lo\ing memory or our <3ear ?daughter ai><l Miler passed away on the 16tn i'? i 01 March. 1934. !: i Things Have changed In many ways. i : Bui one thing changes never; The memory ot those happy day* : W--.ra we uiprc all together. —Ir.s-rt.rt |)V her loving mother, lather. : sifter a:id nr.v'.irrs. JOHNS. -In loving memory of our dear hus- banrf ar-.d lalfct-r. v.ho na.ved away on the ]6ll> ' oi March. 1933. ': - Alwavs rvnuniuerrd by his lovins wife and: children. : JAQUES. —In loving memory of our dear brother, who died on the 16th of March. 1939.: remembered by Henry. Ada. Sallie. and   Eleanor.     JAQUES - In loving memory of our dear uncle, who died on the 16th of March. 1939 -Ever remembered by Gladys. Hilda. Dick, and Frank.   JAQUES. —In loving memory of dad, who passed away on the 16th of March. 1939. : The passing years can never change Our thoughts of one so dear.     Fond memories linger every day.   Rememberance keeps you near. —Ever remembered by Nell. Phyl. Alma, and, Betty.   JAQUES. —In loving memory of dad and granpa who passed any on the 16th of   March. 1939.   Deep in our hearts the memory is kept. Of one we loved and will never forget. One of the best this earth contained. —Ever remembered bv his son and daughter in-law. Bill. Edna, and Grandchildren.:     KEIGHLEY. —In lovins memory of our <Jp&r r i March." 1323? *"' ' ' ' j In silence ire remember. : i—lnserted bv her loving daughters. MO7 , j Connie, Rita. | MACKAY. —In loving memory of our dear : wife and mother, who passed away on the 15ta ? lot March, 1935. j j We treasure still with love sincere. 1 I Beautiful memories of one so dear. j I —Inserted by her loving husband and Eons. ] MACKAY. —In loving memory of our dear daughter ana sister. Edna. who pa-ssedj .away on the 15th of March. 1938. ' ! Cod must have a beautiful garden, I 1 Hp certainly cho:,e the Lest; I 1 He picked j. iare and b.-autiful rose ! : Wl-.tn He toot dear Sana to rest. ? : —Inserted by her loving mother. Mrs. H. , O.vlade and family. ; MACKAY. —In loving memory 01 my loving sister-in-law, Edna, who passed away on the ' ! 15th of March. 193a. | j—Ever remembered by her loving brother-!n-j j law, Nug. i McDONALD. —In loving memory of our dear; : father and grandfather, who passed away on ( Days go by, years CO past, r 1 Living memories always last. !? Inserted by his loved ones. Lizzie. Joe and; Bronte. j McDONALD. —In loving memory of dear ? dad. who fell asleep on the 15th of March.: 193T. : —Ever remembered by his Moving daughter, 1 Thelma. : McDONALD. —In loving memoir of our dear   'lather, who passed away on tbe loth ol March. |1937. i j To show, dear dad. we think of" you. !j -—Inserted by loving daughter El£ie and son-I in-iaw Gordon. | MARCH. —In sweet remembrynce of our dear boy, Oliver, who died on the 14th of March, 1933.   ; Ever remembered by his loved ones at borne. McLAREN. —In loving memory of our dear son and brother, William, who passed away   on the 16th ol March. 1937.     There is a road we call remembrance,     Where thoughts and wishes meet;     We take this road in thought today.   To one we car.not greet.     —Inserted by his loving mother, father. Muriel   and Cecel.   MARKWICK. —In loving memory of our   little Brian, accidentally killed on the 15th of     March 1933.   Plucked like a beautiful: flower in bloom. , Why was our darling taken so soon?     We have lost. but. heaven has gained.     One of the best the world contained.     —Inserted by her loving mother and father.     brothers and sisters   MARKWICK. —In loving memory of little   Brian, accidentally killed on the 15th of March. .   1933.   Sweet memories linger yet.     —lnserted by Aunties Hilda, Thelma, and   Uncle Bill.   MORTIMER. —In memory of Maurice, who died on the 16th of March, 1936. —Ever remembered by his loving wife and children. North Adelaide. ,   MITCHELL. —In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the 16th of March,     A wonderful father laid to rest.     For all of us he did his best.     —Inserted by his loving daughter. Daisy, son-   in-law, Percy, and grandchildren, Judith and     John. MITCHELL. —In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away on the 16th of March.     1922. A thought for today, a memory for ever.   —lnserted by his loving daughter. Nellie. NEVE. —In loving memory of Bill, who died on the 16th of March, 1939. Too dearlv loved to be fprgotten. —Inserted by his sister-in-law May and Ron, Pat, and Yvonne.   NEVE. —In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Albert William (Bill), died on the 16th of March, 1938, result of accident;     also Florence Annie, sister of the above, died     on the 10th of February, 1938.     Onlv those who have lost can tell     The sad parting without farewell.     —Inserted by his loving mother, brothers, sis   ters, brothers-in-law, and sister-in-law.   NOBLE. —In loving memory of our dear bro -ther Stan.       This is the day of remembrance, : The day we shall never forget.   Of one we will always remember When the rest of the world forgets. —Inserted by Lena and Les Grivell. : NOBLE. —In loving memory of our dear (brother. Stanley, who passed away on the 16th   of March. 1940.   One year of sadness now has passed   Since sorrow on us fell;   Still in our hearts we feel the loes Of a brother we loved so well. —Ever remembered by his loving sister, brother-in-law. Jack. Elsie, Jean, and Bill. NOBLE. —In loving memory of our dear : brother. Stanley, who passed away on the l6th of March. 1940.   > His happy smile and cheerful ways Will linger with us all our days. —Ever remembered by his loving brother and sister-in-law. Henry and Bella.     NOBLE. -In loving memory of our dear son, Stanley, who passed away on the 16th of   March. 1940. ? His ever loving presence : Comes to our home no more:   But memory holds him just as dear ;   As in the days of yore.     —Ever remembered by his loving father and     Mother.   WILSON. —In loving memory of our dear   '. trifc end mother, who passed away on the 1 16th o: March. 193*. ? : For ever remembered. —Inserted by her 'amfly. NECK. —In memory of Roma, passed away lon the 15* of March. 1938. Sneetest memories. ' j— Inserted by Avis and Eric Krelc. Whyalla. and lister. Roma, who passed away on* iha. ilSlh of March. 1938. ; I A thought for today, ; 'I A memory SO7 ercr. ] —Ever remembered bv mother and Has. NECK. —In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister. Roma, who passed away o: tne 15th of March. 1935. : . I Some day we'll understand. ! ' ! —Ever remembered by father and Jean NECK. —In loving memory of our dear sister, 1 Roma, who passed away on the loth of March. ?;1938. 1 Dearly lovee. sadly missed. —Inserted by Pop. Keith, and Johnnie Exceil.   NECK. —In loving memory of Roma, who   I passed away on the Isth of March. 1338. i—Ever remembered by Dordie. Tom. and 'Robert. O'LEARY. —In loving memory of our dear I lather, Edward OLeary. who passed away at "iMackinnos Parade. North Adelaide, on the ; ;—Ever remembered by his lovine family. i PARKER. —In memory of Charlie, accident- 'a'.Ly killed on the 15tti of March. 19+0. j !: Peacefully sleeping. ! —Inserted by Florrie. Earrv ar.d boys I PARKER. —In sad but loving memory of my Idear father, who passed away or. the 15th ol .March. 19*0. II Tilings li:ivc changed In mar.y ways. . 1 But one thing changes never; ; ?: Mcmorv of thoM: J:appy davs, ! '; When we were all together ! ' Sadly missed. ! —^Inserted by his lovi:.g daughter ?na son-a>- , I law. Valerie'and Keith. ! PARKER. —In loving mpn-.ory of my dear   ! husband. Charles, who parsed away on the 15tb ; ?? of March. 1940. ' ? Twelve mor.ti-.s have passed since that sad day j ? ? When om I loved m< called away. ! The end sudden, the shock severe. ; We little kr.ex the end was near. ; ' Loved in lire, honored in dcatn. A bcauti'u] memory i^ all we hrive left. —Ever remembered by his iovmg vile. Lncy. f PATTERSON. —In lovine memorv of Madge,   who passed, awav or. the 15th of March. 1939. , Those we love never c~ie i As lotic as the heart remembers. ! I —Alwavs remembered bv Audrey and Stan. : RICHARDS. —In loving memory of our dear 1' mother, v.ho passed away on the 15:h of ? March. 1933. s Inserted by her loving" son. Eilf. and dau;h ter-:n-law. Doll. ' REYNOLDS. —Loving memory of father, who   ' passed away 0:1 the 16th of March. 1940. i "? Les ;i:'!cfn'.>ns. ? ? - - ? . REYNOLDS. —In loving memory of dear father, pas-ed aTiav on the lij-.h of March. 1040. A Thon-h: 1.-ir 'od.ir. ? n-.cmorv forever. — Ev.t : ? :r..-aibcred by hi- lovi.ts daughter : i-.,r. -ci::-i:-.-:..w. K'Un ar.d Melville. SLADE. —In loving memory of my dear n:: :Vr" l-'.-'i o! March I^3o — Alxavi lovrri and vnir:r.iT- r cci sv hrr d.->'jch'rr Edith s-nn-.r.-iiiii- I'-rV;. ar.d crsnfich:!drrn

I j IN MEMORIAM SLUGGETT. —In loving memory of dear Ray, who passed away at Clare on the 15th oi March, f 1940. LUe is eternal, love wii: remain. In God's own lime, ve shall meet agaln. —Ever fondly remembered by Evelyn. Harry and Eon. SLUGGETT. —In loving memory of Ray, iwJio passed an ay oo the 15ti of March. 1940. j Memory, like a golden chain. * Will link us when we all meet again. —Inserted by Lionel and lily. : SLACK. —In ever loving remembrance oi my I dear vriie, Ellen 'Nellie), and moiher o£ Kelvin,) who was called for on tie 15th of March. 1933. ,1 "In my Fstlier's House are niany niansions." j, SWEETMAN. —In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister. Ruby, wfca passed sfiyi 00 The 16tn of March, 1934. ?, Away in God's beautiful mansion. > Sheltered from all sorrow and pa!n. I Some day when life's journey is ended, ?We shall meet dtar Ruby again. I —Ever remembered bv tier loving motiier and 1 1 Muriel, Reg anfl Boy, and Audrey. ;' SWEETMAN. —In loving memory of our dear   ' sister. Ruby, who passed away on the I6tli oi ' The 'years mar bring much that is altered. j \ i And times may bring much that is r>ew; There is one thing that never will alter. j I Our memory, dear Ruby, of you. I—Ever remembered by her loving sister,: ; Daphne, and brother-in-law. Howard. ~ TEMBY. —In loving memory of our dearly loved son and brother, Ben. *Jk> <U2<l *q the 151b ol March. 1939. There are tears shed in silence. And many a si3h of resret. ' For he was ours ~t*£ -vr will rememoer Though the rest o£ the world forgets. : —Ever remembered by lather, mother, sister land brother. TEMBY. —In loving memory of dear Ben, ; who passed awav on tile 15th of March. ? ! 1939. Alnavs remembered—lnserted bv Mr. I eand Mrs. Levich. Win. and little Carle:ie. UREN. —In loving memory of a dear father, who passed away on the 15th of March, 1932. A smilinc lace, a beart ot sold. \ ? The dearest father this worlc could ho:d. \ : Inserted by his loving daughter Ethel and ?. ? Mavis WHITE. —In loving memory of Valery, who pa'sed away on the 15th of March, 1939. Fondly remembered by mother, brothers, and sisters. Sadly missed. : WHAITES. —In loving memory of our dear ling daughter. Iris, wijo passed away on tne, 15th of March. 1935. ! A hanpv cirl. so youne and bright. , A heart so ful! of love: ; A voice that cheered our hearts and IVres, ; Has gone to dwell above. 1 Oicen rre s:z and in memory trace I tKar Iris and her tmiUnK lace. ; Many a thought brings a si:-?iit Tear, i Deep'in our hearts there is a picture I Mare preciou? than silver or i ' WTiose memory'will" r.eivr grow old. i—Alwavf remembered by her mum and aid. WHAITES. —In loving memory of Iris, who   i passed away on the 15th of March. 1935. i Time wears away the edge of pr:<-:. J Bu: memories turn baci many a lf.i.. i Inserted by Aunty Ann and cousin S<'!l.

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