BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND j - DEATH NOTICES j authorised by the name and address of ; the sender, and are icterted at a charge of ' Two Shillings and Sixpence each when cot exceeding five lines: over five lines. Si*-! peace per lr-ie , ' Death Advertisements in which a Funeral;' If the Death and Funeral were" separate! announcements, namely — The Minimum i charge of 2/6 and 39 respectively < In Memoriam and Death Advertisement.- coo are charged 2/6 each for each deceased ] mentioned, as if they were distinct acdp Engagements and Approaching Marriages and Marriage Notices require the signature of , both ponies concerned BIRTHS ] CKADDOCK. —On the 24th of April, at Hind- , marsh Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H , Craddock—a daughter. Both vcell. Thankinc ' Dr. Pitcher, sisters and hospital staff. , DUiIUE <nee Doris Parslowi.—On the 25th of April, at Aston Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. G Duthie—a son (Gavin Charlesi I DUNN.—On the 23rd of April, at Queen Vie- : toria Nursing Home, to Mr. and Mrs. George (Rhonda Olive I. Special thanks' to mothe and nursing staff. FIELDEB inee Hirst).—On the 26th of April, at Henley Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Fielder—a daughter iMerilyn Annei. HnXARD.—On the 24th of April, at the Gladstone Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs Lionel Hlllard—a daughter (Pauline Ann). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Tassie and Sister Harslett INGERSOLL-—On the 27th ol April, at Chestnut Hill. Pennsylvania, United States of America, to the wife of George Ingersoli (nee Mary Steelel—a son. MABTIN.—On the 28th of April, at Calvary Hospital, to Mary and Ted. of Momington—a son (Terence Edwin I. No visitors seven days. MAXVELL (nee Marjorie Riversi.—On the 28th of ApriL at the Memorial Hospital, to the wife of George H Manuell —a bonny son (George Eric) HcCMTLEY (nee Thelma Stout.—On the 25th of April, at the South Coast District Hospital. Victor Harbor, to Mr. and Mrs H. C. McCauley. of Goo'.wa —a son (Colin John) Both weH. Special thanks to Dr. Shipway and hospital staff PITCRFORD i nee Clalr Fry I.—On the 28th of April, at St. Ivee. Henley Beach road, to Mr and Mrs. H Pitchford—a daughter (Mari lyn Clairl. Both well. KOOCKE.—On the 24th of April, at the Eudunda Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. G. H Roocke. of Brownlow—a son. SMART.—On the 20th of April, at Crystal Brook Hospital, to Laurel, wife of Frank Smart, of Red Hill —a son. Both well. SMITH.—On the 18th of April, at Laura, to the wife of D. K. Smith—a daughter. WALKER.—On the 28th of April, at Memo rial Hospital, to Alice, wife of John S. Walter —a son. MARRIAGES GUTHRIE—GREIG.—The marriage of Jean E, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Greig. of Modbury. to Robert Hamilton, son of Mrs. and the Ute Mr. T. Guthrie, of Leith. Scotland, was solemnised at Scot's Church. North terrace, on the Ist of March, by the Rev. Blanchard. WARREN—LINN AXE.—The marriage of A. Emma, third daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Ltanane. of Adelaide, to Richard J, eldest sod of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Warren. of Reade Park, was solemnised at the Pres bytery. Colonel Light Gardens, by Rev. Father Honran. on the 10th of ApriL WUIIUORD—DODD.—The marriage of Helena, eider daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. S. P. Dodd, Narrandera. N.S.W., to Pri vate Charles Morton Whiteford. A.LF.. younger eon ot Mrs. and Ute Mr. D. Whiteford, Way ville, was solemnised at St. Patrick's. Ade laide, on the 19th of April. GOLDEN WEDDINGS HOBBS—PITT.—On the 29th of April, 1891, at Felixstowe, by the Rev. R. G. Casely, James Harris, eldest surviving son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Hobbs, of East Marden, to Mary, third surviving daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Pitt, of Felixstowe. Present address, "Valencia." Payneham. At home. Tuesday afternoon. April 29th. HOCKNEF—BROWN.—Mr. and Mrs. John Eockney. of WHlnnga, announce the 50th anniversary of their marriage, which was solemnised at the Methodist Church. Meadows, by the Rev. James Reid, on the 30th of April. 1891. At home. Mrs. L. James. 14 Trevelyan street. Wayville. on the 30th of April. WHTTFORD—BEIER.—On the 29th of April. 1891 at St. John's Church. Salisbury. By the Rev. Montague Couch Wood. William It, second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Whltford, to Sophia, second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Heier Present address. Salisbury. SILVER WEDDINGS JASUESON.—Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jamleson announce the 25th anniversary of their mar riage, which was celebrated at Gumeracha Baptist Church, on the 29th of April, 1916. by the Rev. A. Talbot. KQLY—CHITTLEBOROCGH.—Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Kelly, of Maple avenue. Wayville West, announce the 25th anniversary of their mar riage, which was solemnised at St. Theodore's Church, Bose Park, on the 29th of April. 1916. by Canon F. H. King. RODDA—RICHARDSON On the 29th of AprtL 1916, at the Congregational Church. Wallaroo, by Rev. David Morgan. Lena, third daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. S. Richard son, of Wallaroo, to Stanley, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. E. J. Rodda. Moonta Mines. Present address. Glen road, BUckwood. RUSK—WARNCKEN.—On the 29th of April. 1916, at Moseley street Methodist Church, by Bey. B. Stanley. Dorothy Mary Wamcken. of Glenelg. to Prank Reginald Rusk, of Wal kervflle. Present address—Fourth street. Gaw ler South. SACNDBY—HASTIE.—Mr. and Mrs. Saun dry, 103 Glen Osmond road. Eastwood, an nounce the 25th anniversary of their marriage which was solemnised at St. Andrew's Church. South Brisbane, by the Rev. John S. Need nam. on the 28th of April. 1916. APPROACHING MARRIAGES DBCHHOKD—RACTH.—The marriage of Mrs. T. Drummond. of Henley Beach, to Mr. W. Rauth. of Ktagswood, will be celebrated ?t Pirie street Methodist Church, at 7 p.m.. on the Ist of May. WOOD—SHORT.—The marriage of Ellen C. (May), third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wood, of Petersville,. to Leslie W.Short, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Short, of Winulta, will be solemnised at Ardrossan Methodist Church on Saturday, the 3rd of May. at 7 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS CAMERON—CHARLESWORTH.—The en gagement is announced of Irene Una. younger daughter of Mrs. L Cameron, 58 Penzance strt-t, Glenelg, and the late Mr. A. N. Cameron, to Reginald T. (R-AJJ.). elder son of Mr. B. H. Charleswortb, 1 Raleigh avenue, Hinders Park, and the late Mrs. Charlesworth. HEFFEBAN—BRENNAK.—The engagement Is announced of Constance R.. youngest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Hefferan. of Mile End. to Joseph M, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs- M. H. Brennan. of Keswlck. KASStTLKE—MTJLUXS.—The engagement Is announced of Evelyn, eldest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. J. H. Kassulke. of Mount Mary, to Leonard, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mnllins. ot Rlverton. KKIJ.EB—ZEKNA.—The engagement is an nounced of Loma second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Keller. Hoberstown. to Walter, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Zema. Eudunda. MILLER—FLETCHER.—The engagement is announced of Ruby E.. second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Miller. "AUangrove." Truro, to Ernest Richard (formerly 2nd ALLF.). youngest son of Mr. and the late Mrs J. Fletcher. Langhome's Creek. PEARCE—SEVAN.—The engagement is an nounced of Gweneth Margaret Pearce. second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. F. J. Pearce. of TTnley, to John Stanley, younger son of Mr. J. and the late Mrs. Bevan. of Solomontown. Port Pirie. REGAN—MEAD.—The engagement is an- nounced between Patricia M. youngest daugh- ter of Corporal and Mrs. Boyd Regan, of Main road, Bridgewater, to Stanley S. (Mick) only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Mead, of Stephens avenue. Torrensville. STRINGER—PCRDIE.—The engagement is announced of Elsie, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Stringer, of 24 RowcJl crescent. Kilkenny, to Ross, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H- E. Purdie. of Mundoora. SMITH—CALDICOTT.—The engagement Is announced of Phybs J. youngest daughter of the Ute Mr and Mrs. L J. Smith, of Torrens ville. to Murray L.. second son of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Caldicott. of Mile End 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 ba addressed to the Lay Superintendent. Chil dren's Hospital. North Adelaide. Minimum insertion fee. 2/6. John Mclntosh. Mount Gambler Mrs. H. C. Chandler. Booleroo Centre. Mr. Gavin Murdoch. 9 Wells St.. Stepney. Geoffrey B. Dunstan. Box 35. Banners. Cheerios Mr. H. Petersen. Ardrossan. Vincent Higgins. Laura. Patricia Chaplin. Naracoorte. May Hocking. 43 Patton St.. South Broken Hill Rosemary A. Farmer. Barmera- DEATHS BUESCHKE. —On the 2Blh of April, at hos pital. Edna Milllcent. dearly beloved wife of Ernest Gordon Blieschkc. of Port Germein. anc only daughter of Mr and Mrs J Surrield. of | Lincoln street. Rosewater. aged 30 years. GERHARDY.—On the 28th of April. At Lobe thai Auguste Matilda dearly beloved wile o! Heinrlcb W. J Gerhardy. and loving mother of Rose. Ed and HU2O. aged 72 years. HARRINGTON.—On the 27th of April, at Mount Gambier. Joseph John, beloved hus band of the late Christina Harrington, and loving father of Jack. Ethel. Jean. Lillian. Archie. Kenneth, Colin, and Jessie. In his 77th year. HOWLAND.—On the 26th of April, at Mt. Gambier. Donald Eric, second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Howland. of 2 Short avenue. Da Costa Park, aged 21 years and 11 months. Re sult of accident. HOWLAND.—On the 26th of April, at Mount Gambier cresult accident*. Donald Eric, dearly loved boy friend of May Ward. Stirling West. McINNES.—On the 28th ot April, at Binnum homestead. Annie, beloved =isier of Farquhar Mclnnes. aced 76 vcars MCHFOBD.— On 'he 28th o! April, at a private hospital St. Pe:ers. Alma Edith, the dearly beloved wife ol John Friend M-jmford. of Nalrne. and lovinc mother of Dou; and Lorna. azed 66 years. Peacefully sleeping. MEDnirRST.—On the 26th of April, at Borinja Hospital. Moir.n Gambier. En;iiy, be loved wife of Georjie Med'nur^t. n' Ka.lnn2adoci. and lnvinz mother of R- C. A. G.. and W. <dc ceaseili. Mrs. L. R?n:.=. and D. Mcdhurst and E. Medhursl idrccascd). in her Blst year. A: xest. :
! DEATHS la:d?. John CamnKton ilate South Australian Railway?-', dearly beloved tiusb&nd ot F*-arcnce Maddoni. of 32 Windsor terrace Swansea, and '. loving fMhcr ot Kathleen. Phyllis. Jack. Ralph .inJ Joan, azed 54 years. | MUELLER. On the 28th of April, at a pri- vate hospital. Jessie, the dearly beloved wife of Charles Mueller, of 25 Fairfax Avenue, Millswood Estate, aged 72 years. Resting. ! PKATT.—On the 22nd of April, at Cardiff ! Wales. Man', beloved mother ol O P Pratt. Cabra. RIP. (By cable) POLGLASE.—On the 28th ol April, at Ade laide. William Henry Drew Polglase. of 134 j Claude. Queer.ie. Hamilton.' Eva. Kenneth and i Dorothy, in his 84lh rear. ROGEBS.—On the 2Sth of April, at his late residence. 21 Owen street Goodwood Part. Samuel John, boloved husband of Victoria ROBINSON.—On the 28th of April, at a pri vate hospital, Semaphore, Alick, the beloved son of Alex and Agnes Robinson, of 12 Claugh ton road, Largs, and loving brother of Isa, Elsa, and Jim. Safe in the arms of Jesus. SMITH—On the 25th of April, at Laura. In fant daughter of Mr. and Mrs D. K. Smith. a ?CdS"C"daYS' McLEAN.—On the 27th of April, at Adelaide < suddenly i. William D.iwson. the beloved husband of the lute Edith Theresa McLean, law of St. Peters, and loving father of Alan. ! Daphne, and Angus. Aged 62 years. ~~i r _j i_ WILES.—On the 26th of April, at her residence. 53a Le Hunte street, Wayville. Adelaide Margaret, widow of James Fletcher Wiles, and loving mother of Effie. Jack. Ken, Dick. Ray. and Ivor, aged 59 years. ~~i : r~ IN MEMORIAM BREWSTEB.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the 29th of April, 1939. at Quorn. Ever remembered. —Inserted by Harriet. George, and family. BREWSTER.—In loving remembrance of our dear father, who passed away on the 29th of April. 1939. at Quorn. In silence we remember. —Inserted by Sarah and Albert. BREWSTER,—In loving memory ol Joseph Brewster. who died at Quorn on the 29th of April. 1939. Cherish him with care. Because you never know the heartache Til! tou see the vacant chair. —Inserted by Elizabeth. Jack and family. BOUSHAU~—In loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away on the 29th of April, 1940. God's greatest gift—remembrance. —Inserted by his loving wife and son. BOCSHALL.—In loving memory of Pop and grandad, who passed away on the 29th of April. 1940. As we loved you so we miss you. Thoughts of you are ever dear; Loved, remembered, longed for always. As it dawns this first sad year. R.I.P. —Sadly missed by his daughter and son-in law. Win and Bill, and grandchildren. Pan and Bryan. BOUSHALI In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the 29th of April. 1940. Silent memories, true and tender. Just to show will still remember. —Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in law. Millie and Bernie. DARE- —In laving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 29th of April. 1927. Beautiful memories linger yet Ot one we could not forget. —Inserted by Clarice and Arthur. DEMPSET.—In loving memory of our dear Peter, who passed away on the 27th of April, 1932. If we could only kiss your sweet little face And put our arms around you For just a little while. —Always remembered by his loving mother, father, sisters and brothers. EDIS.—In loving memory of father, who passed on the 29th of April. 1938. Always remembered. —Inserted by his loving sons. Jack, Frank and Perce. A.I.F. abroad. EDIS. —Loving memories of dad. Resting where no shadows fall. —Always remembered by Muriel, Claude, and children. EDIS.—In loving memory of dad. who passed away on the 29th of April, 1938. In silence we remember. —Inserted by Myrtle, Roy and grandson, Fred. FOPP.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away on the 29th of April, 1940. —Inserted by her daughter. EtUe. BUI and Pauline. GEPP.—In loving memory of mother, who passed away on the 29th of April, 1939. Links of chain may rust and sever. But links of love will last for ever. —Remembered always by her loving daughter Cis and family. GEPP—In loving memory of our beloved wife and mother, who passed away on the 29th of April, 1939. There's a smile we'll always remember Of a mother we loved so dear. —Ever remembered by her loving husband and children. Hazel, Mitt, and Ron (ATF. abroad). GEPP.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away on the 29th of April, 1939. Beautiful memories linger yet Of one we will never forget. —Inserted by her loving son and daughter in-law, Laurie. Edna and Marlene. GEPP—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away on the 29th of April. 1939. We have lost, heaven has gained. One of the test the world contained. —Inserted by Gold, Madge and family. GEPP.—Beautiful memories will ever linger of my dear, faithful friend, and the happy days we spent together. So sadly missed by her devoted friend. M_ Walker. GEPP.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the 29th of Api.'l. 1939. Forever we'll remember. —Inserted by Ted. Blanche and grandchildren. HEARN--—ln loving memory of Lila who passed away at Kilkenny on the 29th of April. God saw the way was weary. The hill to steep to climb: So He gently closed her weary eyes And whispered. "Peace be thine.' Resting where no shadows fall. In perfect peace she awaits us all. —Inserted by her mother and father, sisters and brothers JOHNSON in loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the 29th of April, 1940; also dear mother, on the 27th of March. We have you In our memory; God has you in His care. —Ever remembered by Em. Rene. LU, Bob ana Les. LAMSBED.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away on the 29th of April. 1938. —Ever rememberea by his lovins wife and family. LAMSHEO—In loving memory of our son and brother, who passed away on the 29th of April. 1938. Beautiful memories linger yet. Of one we will never forget. —Inserted by hi.- sorrowing mother, sisters, and brother-in-law. LOWER (Vernon Harcourt).—ln fondest me-nory of our dear husband and father who died in the 29th of April. 1940. As the sun sets we think of thee. —Inserted by his wife and sons. XEATE—in loving memory of our dear sis ter Clara, who passed away at Cummins on the 28tb of April. 1940. —Remembered by Elsie and Harry. PADDICK.—In loving memory of Gordon, who passed away on the 29th of April. 1927. You live with me In memory still. —Inserted by Albert. PADDICK.—In loving memory of Gordon, who passed away on the 29th o"f April. 1927. No space of time, no lapse of years. Can dim our loved one's past. A loving memory hold* it dear. Affection holds It fast. —Inserted by his loving parents, brothers and sister. PARISH.—In loving memory of our brother, Howard, who was accidental!? tilled on the 28th of April 1940. Hearts that loved you will never forget. In memory you are with us yet. —Sadly missed by his sister. Dorrie. brother-in law. Fred, and family. PARISH.—In loving memory of our dear brother-in-law. and son-in-law Howard Arthur, who was accidentally shot at Vir ginia on the 28th of April, 1940. Just as the day was ending. God called him home to rest. —Inserted by Reg. Dorothy and children, and lather and mother-in-law. RENFRET.—A tribute of love to our husband and father, who passed away on the 29tb of April. 1940. "We think of you In a garden of happy —Inserted by his wife and family. HENFKEY.—In loring memory of my mate, who passed away on the 29th of April. 1940. There passed a man -Bill. SMALL.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the 29th of April. 1940. Hearts that loved you can never forget. In memory you are with us yet: A loving father laid to rest For each of us be did his best. —Inserted by his loving sons, Rex, Stuart, daughter-in-law, Thelma, grandson, Bruce. SMALL.—In memory of Mr. Small, who died on the 29th of April. 1940. Silent memories, true and tender. Just to show we still remember. —Inserted by Sylvia. SAMPSON. —In loving memory of our dear ~ daughter and sister Shirly. who passed away on the 29th of April. 1934. t Beautiful memorie6 of one so dear ? We- lovingly cherish from year to year. s —Inserted by her loving mother, father, sis ter and brother. Joan and Don&id. SAMPSON.—In lovins memory of Shirley. r xhr. pas-'.P'i away on *hp 29th of April. 1934. —Insfrtfri by hpr lovinc urandniii. aunties. f <nd uncles j TKLVORROW.—In lovina memory ol my Ur-inz father, who passed away on the 29th t -)i April. 1930. A wondcifu: tathet laid to rest; , For all of us he dlo his best. : A life unselfish, thoughtful and kind, d Fc? in this world his equal to find. "Margaret.