DEATHS. BRIDGES (Mary): On May 17, at R.P.H.. loved aunt of Mer- vyn St.J. Kennedy, Patricia (Mrs. J. Poole), Rina (Mrs. C. Irwin) and Kathleen St. J. Kennedy. R I.P. BRIDGES: In fond memory of Mary. dear friend of Mr. and Mrs. T. L. McAdam, Mt. Law ley. 1pROOKES (William): In mem ory of my father-in-law. Vale, Dad. Albert (Nip) Cornish and grandchildren. BURDON: On May 18, 1951. at her residence, 43 James-street, Bassendean, Alice, widow of John Jervois Burdon, loving mother of Doris. Reg. Erica. Horace, Phyl, Greg and Shirley; aged 72 years. BUTCHART (A. .M.): On May 17, at his residence, 37 Gresham-street, Victoria Park, Aubrey, dearly loved husband of the late Gertrude Butchart, loving father of Malcolm, Dor othy and Ron, loved brother of Olive, Maud and Maitland (Hugh, Jack and David, de ceased): loved brother-in-law of George Botica; fond father in-law of Ettie and Lawrence (U.S.N.); loving granddad of Larry, Eleanor and Eric; aged 63 years. BUTCHART (Aubrey): On May 17, passed away at his private residence, dear friend of Mr. and Mrs. Menner, Ike and fam Ily. Some day we will understand. CUFFE: On May 17. 1951, John Henry, of 66 Stirling-highway, Mosman Park, dearly beloved husband of Emily, loved father of Kathleen (Mrs. Winter, Bun- bury), Doreen (Mrs. Bransby). Nancy (Mrs. Thornett), John, Ernest, Clifton (deceased), Leo and Peter, fond father-in-law of Harry. Les, John, Rene and Olive, loved grandpa of Sandra, Peter, Frances Mervyn, June and Glenda, brother of J. Cuffe (Melbourne) and E. Cuffe (Graylands). Privately interred in the Roman Catholic Cemetery on May 18. Prosser, Scott and Co. Ltd., Subiaco. A good husband and father at rest. CUFFE (John Henry): On May 17. beloved father of Leo, father-in-law of Olive. grand father of Graeme. Peace, perfect Peace. CUFFE (John Henry): A trib ute to the memory of a much loved, respected and life-long friend. Muriel and Joe Hubbard. FAHEY: On May 18. 1951, at his residence. 45 Monmouth street. Mt. Lawley, John Com ber Fahey, dearly beloved hus band of the late Emily Fahey, loved father of Vera (Mrs. C. Gordon). fond father-in-law of Clive. loving grandfather of Brian, Peter and Jill; aged 83 years. FELLS (John Edwin): On May 16, passed peacefully away. Jack, dearly beloved eldest bro ther of Ivy (Mrs. D'Alton), fond uncle of Harry, Audrey, Jean. Clare, Gwen. Esme and Joan. At rest. GIBSON (Frederick): On May 17. 1951. at R.P.H., loving father of Jim (deceased), fond father-in-law of Esther, and granddad of Sam and Ruth. Peacefully sleeping. GIBSON (Fred): In loving memory of dad, Passed away May 17. loved father of Fred, father-in-law of Eemb, grand dad of Freddie and Kenneth. HEWETT (Mrs. C. E.): In lov ing remembrance of a dear friend and neighbour. Inserted by the Hammond family. DODGE: On May 17. 1951. suddenly, John Hodge. of 236 Cambridge-street, Wembley. dearly beloved husband of Kathleen Eleanor Hodge, and loving father of Kevin. Joseph, Bill and Mary, fond father-in law of Mona, loving grand father of Graham, Dennis and Anne: aged 49 years. Requiescat in pace. BODGE (John): Departed this life May 17. beloved son of the late William and Margaret Hodge, formerly of Boulder. loving brother of Etty (Mrs. A. Heron. 317 Cambridge-street, Wembley), fond brother-in-law of Arthur, and loving uncle of Margaret. Requiescat in pace. HODGE: On May 17, John, be loved son-in-law of Mrs. Alice Butler and late J. P. Butler. formerly of Boulder, fond brother-in-law of Rev. Father F. Butler (deceased), Joe and Connie Butler, of Adelaide, lov ing uncle of Kathleen and Sheila. Requiescat in pace. DODGE: Loving memories of John, who passed away May 17, beloved nephew of Mr. and Mrs. J. McIntyre. of 40 Clarence street, Mt. Lawley, loving cousin of Jack and Jean, Tom and Tess, and families. Requiescat in pace.
DEATHS. HUMBLE: On May 18, 1951. at FPremantle Hospital. James, dearly beloved husband of Mary. loved father of Jack, Lizzie, Bill. Margaret, Peter and Jim. At rest in the Lord. HUMBLE: On May 18, 1951, at Fremantle, James, dearly loved father of Peter and Betty, lov ing grandfather of Allan. Joanne, Caroline and Robyn. HUMBLE (James): On May 18. 1951. loved father of Jack and Annie, grandfather of Ron and Ken. Peace. perfect peace. HUMBLE (James): On May 18. 1951. at Fremantle, loved father of Jim and Beryl. Peace be with you. HUMBLE (James): On May 18. 1951. at Fremantle, loved father of Bill and Mary, granddad of Norman, Clifford, Trevor and Kevin. HUMBLE (James): On May 18. 1951. after a long illness, be loved father of Lizzie and Bert, darling granddad of Joyce Peggie, Tom, Ronnie and Mary. Let not your heart be troubled. HUMBLE (James): On May 18. 1951, at Premantle, loved father of Margaret and father-in-law of Geordie, granddad of Bill. Peg, Jim. Peter, John and Jean. A patient sufferer at rest. HUMBLE (James): Loving bro ther of Swinbourne (South Perth), George (England). bro ther-in-law of Margaret, and uncle of Eddy, Lily, Grace, Douglas and Don. Asleep in Jesus. And the dead in Christ shall rise first. JEFFREY (Bob): In memory of dear Bob, who passed away May 14, 1951. Inserted by Ted, Stephen and Gladys Coburn. JEFFREY (R. G.): On May 14, at R.P.H.; a tribute to the memory of Bob. A fine lad. Ella, George and Lindsay Krlnks. JONES: On May 18, 1951, at Fremantle, Rhys George, loving elder son of Fred and Edith Jones, of 11 Hammad-street, Palmyra, and loving brother of Fred, Reg and Hazel; aged 37 years. JONES: In loving memory of Rhys, dearest brother of Fred, loved brother-in-law of Phil, loved uncle of Malcolm and Joy. Goodbye, dear brother. KENNEDY (Hanna): Passed away May 17, at East Perth. In loving memory of a dear friend. Rest in peace. Ever remembered by Mr. and Mrs. J. McAuliffe and family. McGINN (Edward): Suddenly, at his home at Esperance, Thursday night, beloved hus- band of Maud, loving father of Keith, father-in-law of Jean, grandpa of Jill and Don. Sadly missed. McGINN (Edward): Passed away suddenly, Thursday, loved uncle of Reg Synnot. Fondly remembered. McLAUGHLIN: On May 18. 1951. Mary McLaughlin, of 105 Goderich-street, Perth, beloved wife of the late James McLaugh lin, loving mother of Paddy and Bill, of New South Wales, Jim and Tom, of Perth, fond mother-in-law of Olive and Kathleen. Requlescat in pace. MOURITZEN: On May 16, 1951, at Subiaco, Jenny, widow of the late Christian Frederik Mouritzen, loving mother of Albert, Ebba (deceased), Stella and Roy (deceased). Privately interred, May 18, 1951. Donald J. Chipper and Son. MOURITZEN, Jenny (Mima): Died May 16, beloved grand- mother of Roy Eyres, great- grandmother of Jenny, David and John. MOURITZEN (Jenny): Died May 16, loving grandma of lan (killed, Gasmata), Allen (died, Borneo), great-grandma of Anthony. MOURITZEN (Jenny): Passed away May 16; in fondest mem- ory of dear Mima. Norman. 'TOOLE (Olive): Passed away at Kalgoorlie, May 17, loved niece of Min and Jack Cashin, Annie and Joe Brady, Bessle Robinson, G. Williams, cousin of Rene, Pud, Wally, Pat, Myr tle, Jim, Rose. HaPPY days we once enjoyed When we were all together, Loving thoughts of you, dear 01 Will stay with us for ever. The sudden call" was a shock to us all. OUTRAM: In loving memory of my dear sister-in-law and aunty, who fell asleep May 16. Inserted by Robert, Albert. Dorothy. OUTRAM (Ivy): In fond mem ory of our aunty, who passed away May 16, 1951. Remembrance. Phyllis and family. OUTRAM (Ivy): Fond memor ies always of aunty. Will always be remembered by Irene and Les.
DEATHS. it OUTRAM: Dear friend of Mr. s, and Mrs. Grey and Shirley., v. Palmyra. e, Memory lingers. OUTRAM: Respect and sincere sympathy to relatives of Mrs. It Ivy Outram. from Bicton d Palmyra Sub-Branch R.S.S. and i- A.I.L.A. and Women's Auxiliary. 1. loved mother of our members. Mr. R. Outram (Treasurer) and 3. Mrs. R. Outram. d E. Aberle, Pres.; F. Hadden, d Secty. PRICE (Vera): A beautiful mother. I. I will miss you terribly, mum. r Her loving daughter Kath leen. PRICE: In loving memory of our dear friend, Vera, passed i away May 16. d Treasured memories. Vera and Ted Praed. 1. PRICE: Loving memory of our dear Brownie. Always remembered. Shirl and Mick Marich. r. SMITH: In fond remembrance 1. of Pup passed suddenly away 3. at R.P.H. on May 15, 1951. ýr Rest comes at length. w Ever remembered by Johnnie, I. Isabel and family. 1. SMITH: A tribute to the mem ory of Pop, passed suddenly haway May 15. 1951. Always remembered. R.I.P. d Francis, Mr. and Mrs. Heg . arty. Les. SMITH: In loving memory of II father (Pup) and grandfather, passed suddenly away. g Sadly missed by all. y Peacefully sleeping. Cis, Jack and family. d SMITH: In loving memory of father, passed peacefully away May 15, 1951. Agnes, Fred and family. STATHY: At Albany Hospital, May 16, 1951, Mary Elisabeth, loved mother of Ernle, mother in-law of Ivy, fond' nanna of Shirley, Dennis, Adrienne; aged g 66 years. h At rest. THOMSON: On May 10, at Eroro Hospital. Papua. Rev. Harold Thompson, after a short I Inserted by his sister, Mrs. Dorothy Williams. 1 TUOIY (J.): In fond memory of Jack, dearly loved son-in law of Elizabeth Sewell, of d Noggerup, and the late H. E. Sewell, of Beverley. r WRIGHT: On May 17. 1951, at her residence, 111 Eton-street, Mt. Hawthorn, Sellna, the d dearly loved wife of the late Geoffrey Charles Wright, de voted mother of Geoffrey, Walter, Hal, Myrtle, Stanley and Ambrose: aged 88 years. ,fWRIGHT (Mrs. Selina): In ever-loving memory of our dar ling mother, called to rest on May 17. d For ever in our hearts. Inserted by her loving son and daughters, Ambrose, Hal and Myrt. WRIGHT (Selina): In loving 5 memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away on May 17. Mum. Inserted by her loving son, daughter and grandson, Stan, Lil and Gordon. WRIGHT (Mrs. S.): On May 17. dearly loved mother of Walter and Myra and dearest W gran of Wallace and Mona, Patricia and Doug., and great grandma of Gaye and Denise ' Wright and Brian Piggott. a Till the dawn breaks. SYATES (John Frederick): d assed away May 16, dearly loved grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Yates. Buffer little children to come unto Me. d YATES (John Frederick): Loved grandson of Mr. and Mr. JJ ~. Wllliams, of Nor tham, on Ma 16; aged 6 years. Safe in tle arms of Jesus. d FUNERAL NOTICES. AUSTEN: The Friends of the late Mrs. Edith May Austen, late of Fifth-avenue. Inglewood, I Y widow of the late George dCharles Austen, are respectfully I. nformed that her remains will e be interred in the Church of n England portion of the Karra katta Cemetery THIS (Satur day) MORNING at 10 o'clock. The Funeral will leave our Ser vice Chapel, corner Beaufort I )I and Bulwer streets, Perth, at I 9.40 a.m. ARTHUR E. DAVIES 0 AND COMPANY. Tel. B9400, t F2177 and L2225. AUSTEN: A.J.S. Motor Cycle t d Club of W.A.: The Members of the above are respectfully in- I vited to attend the Funeral of the late Mrs. Edith Austen, a mother of our President. Lionel I Austen. For particulars see 4 main notice. H. Hodgkinson, I Secretary. BRIDGES: The Friends of the I late Miss Mary Bridges, of Goderich-street, Perth, and for- i d merly of Kalamunda, are re- I spectfully informed that her re- I mains will be interred in the t Roman Catholic Cemetery, Kar- I rakatta, at 9.55 o'clock THIS (Saturday) MORNING. The i Funeral will leave St. Mary's e Cathedral, Victoria Square, C Perth, after a Requiem Mass I commencing at 9 o'clock this E (Saturday) morning. BOWRA I AND O'DEA. 195 Pier-street, I Perth. Tel. BA4308. BURDON: The Funeral Service I for the late Mrs. Alice Burdon, I of 43 James-street Bassendean, I will take place in the Methodist I Cemetery, Karrakatta, at 2.30 1 o'clock NEXT MONDAY AFTER- 1 NOON. The Cortege will move t from our Chapel, Hay-street, l Perth, at 2.10 o'clock. DON-a ALD J. CHIPPER AND SON. I BA2454. BUTCHART: The Funeral Cor- I tege of the late Mr. Aubrey Malcolm Butchart, of 37 Gre sham-street, Victoria Park, and late of State Sawms ills, will leave our Funeral Parlour, 190 Albany-hilghway, Victoria Park, at 10.30 o'clocik THIS (bSatur day) MORNING, arriving at the Anglican Cemetery, Karra katta, at 11 o'clock. MEAD SON AND CO.. Tel. MI1l8. - UTCHART: lUnited Metropoll tan Timber Yards, Saw Mills and Wood Workers Employees' Union of Workers: The Mem bers of the above Union are respectfully requested to attend the Funeral of our late A h chart. For partioulars see main notice. N. K. McBeath. Presi dent; H. Millikan Secrtetary FAHFY: The Friends of the late Mr. John C. Fahey, of 45 cMoe .outh-street, Mt. Lawley, and late of Sands and Mc-o~ Dougall Ltd.. are respectfully invited to follow his remains to the place of interment, the Methodist Cemetery, Karra katta. The Funeral is appointed . to leave Messrs. Bowra and O'Des's Private Mortuary. 195 0 Pier-street. Perth, at 3.50 o'clock on MONDAY AFTER NOON, arrivine at the Ceme tory at 4 o'clock. BOWRA AND 1 O'DEA. 195 Pier-street, Perth. Tel. BA4308. GIRSON: The Friends o0 the late Frederick Gibson, South African Veteran. Corporal Staf-e fordshire Regiment. st War, Sergeant Army Medical Corps, 2nd War. and of 45 Central road, Kalamunda, loving hus-I band of the late Eva. are re s~eetfully informed that his remains will be laid to rest in the Church of England Ceme tery, Kerrakatta, at 11 o'clocka THIS (Saturday) MORNING. The Funeral is appointed to leave our Chapel, 281 New castle-street, Perth. at 10.40 1 o'clock. C. H. SMITH AND CO.. Perth. Tel. B8008. IiODGE: H.A.C.B.S. (t.' Kevin'g Branch): Members of the above are requested to at- b tend the Funeral of their late Member. Mr. John Hodge. For Ii particulars see main hlotlce. M. s Taylor, Secretary.
FUNERAL NOTICES. HODGE: The Friends of the late Mr. John Hodge. of 236 Cambridge-street, Wembley and formerly of Boulder, are re spectfully invited to follow his e remains to the place of inter ment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery. Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to leave St. Joseph's Church, Salvado road, Sublaco, after Prayers commencing at 1.30 o'clock on MONDAY AFTERNOON, and arriving at the Cemetery at 2 o'clock. BOWRA AND O'DEA, 1195 Pier-street, Perth. Tel. BA4308. HUMBLE: The Friends of the late Mr. James Humble, of 113 Marmton-street, Cottesloe, dearly loved husband of Mary Ann, are respectfully informed that a Service will be conducted in the Crematorium Chapel. Karrakatta, NEXT MONDAY r MORNING. The Funeral will leave his late residence, 113 Marmion-street. Cottesloe. at 10.45 o'clock, arriving at the e Cemetery at 11 o'clock. PROS S BER, SCOTT AND CO.. Sublaco. W1804. JONES: The Friends of Mr. Frederick John Jones, of 11 Hammad-street, Palmyra, are respectfully informed that the remains of his late dearly be- loved elder son, Rhys, will be interred in the Congregational portion of the FREMANTLE Cemetery THIS (Saturday) MORNING at 11 o'clock. The Funeral will leave his late resi- dence, 11 Hammad-street; Pal- myra, at 10.50 a.m. ARTHUR E. DAVIES AND COMPANY. Tel. L2225, F2177 and B9400. JONES: No Surrender No. 7 Loyal Orange Lodge: The Mem- bers of the above and the Order in general are respect- fully invited to attend the Fun- eral of our late Member, Brother Rhys Jones. For par- ticulars see main notice. By command of the W.M. JONES: Waterside Workers' Federation of Australia, Fre- mantle Branch: The Members of the above are respectfully invited to attend the Funeral of their late Comrade, Rhys George Jones. For particulars see main notice. ARTHUR E. DAVIES AND COMPANY. McLAUGHLIN: The Friends of the late Mrs. Mary McLaughlin, of 105 Goderlch-street, Perth, are respectfully invited to fol low her remains to the place of interment, the Roman Catholic Cemetery, Karrakatta. The Funeral is appointed to e leave St. Mary's Cathedral. -Victoria Square. Perth, at 10.45 o'clock THIS .(Saturday) V MORNING, arriving at the Cemetery at 11.10 o'clock. Re a uiem Mass will be celebrated - in St. Mary's Cathedral at 10 o'clock this (Saturday) morn ing. BOWRA AND O'DEA. 195 Pier-street, Perth. Tel. BA4308. 1 OWEN: The Funeral Cortege of I the late Mr. Alfred Owen, of Leederville, is appointed to ar rive at the Anglican Cemetery. Karrakatta, at 11.10 o'clock THIS (Saturday, MORNING. ARTHUR J. PURSLOWE AND CO. B2649. OWEN: Mt. Hawthorn Sub Branch R.S.L.: The Members of the. above Sub-branch, are re spectfully requested to attend the Funeral of the late Mr. Alfred Owen. For particulars see main notice. E. Cooley, President; W. Devine, Secretary. PARK: The Funeral Cortege of the late Mr. George Park, of the W.A.G.R., Northam, for merly of the Ist A.I.F., is ap Pointed to leave our Service " Chapel, 664 Newcastle-street, Leederville, at 9.40 o'clock THIS (Baturday) MORNING, arriving at the Presbyterian Cemetery, Karrakatta. at 10 o'clock. ARTHUR J. PURSLOWE AND CO. B2649. In conjunction with J. W. PURSLOWE AND SONS, Northamn. WRIGHT: The Funeral Cortege of the late Mrs. Selina Wright, of 111 Eton-street. Mt. Haw thorn is appointed to leave our Service Chapel, 20 . Angove street, North Perth, at 10.30 o'clock THIS (Saturday) MORNING. arriving at the Karrakatta Crematorium Chapel at 11 o'clock. ARTHUR J. .PURSLOWE AND CO. B2649. - BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. MR. and MRS. TRUNDLE and Family, of Rivervale. wish to express their sincere THANKS to relatives and friends for tele grams, letters, cards. floral tri butes and personal expressions of sympathy in the recent sad loss of their son Max. Will all please accept this as a per sonal expression of gratitude. - MR. and MRS. J. MARSHAL, of Harvey, wish to THANK re latives and friends for tele grams, cards, letters, floral tributes and personal expres sions of sympathy in the recent sad loss of their only son. Fridgie. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of gratitude. - MR. and MRS. JACK BRIDGE. of Norseman, are deeply grate ful and wish to THANK all who expressed sympalhy in the re cent sad loss of their father and father-in-law. Jame O. Ibbet son. MR. J. WALTON and Mrs. E. Sweetman wish to THANK all who sent expressions of sym pathy in the loss of their wife and mother. Mrs. S. Walton. 22 Mann-street, Cuttesloe. MRS. E. SUMPITON and Family wish to sincerely THANK all kind friends and relatives for I telegrams, letters, floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad bereavement: especially do they thank Dr. Owen and staff of Fremantle Hospital. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of gratitude. - MRS. A. WHITE and Family. of Wandering. wish to THANK all kind relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams, floral tributes and personal ex pressions of synmpathy in their great loss of a devoted son and brother. Will all pleese accept this as a personal exlpresslon of I gratitude. MRS TALBOT, the daughter of the late THOMAS ELMER and Family wish to THANK all friends for floral tributes and condolences received in their recent sad bereavement. Will all please accept this as a per sonal expression of sincere gra RS. .. WRIGHT and Family i wish to sincerely THANK all kind friends and neighbours for cards, floral tributes and per sonal expressions of their sym pathy in their recent sad be reavement; especially thanking Mr. and Mrs. Reg Read and Mrs. A. Wilson. THE SONS and DAUGHTERS of the late HERMAN BROKER OLSEN, of Bateman-street, Mosman Park. wish to express their sincere THANKS to rela tives and friends for telegramms letters, cards, floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy in the recent sad loss of their dear father. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of gratitude. THE SON and DAU(IITERS of the late MRS. EMILY LILLIA HOGAN, of 2 Oliver-stlrseet. Bel levue, wish to express their sincere THANKS to relatives and friends for telegrans, let ters, cards, florasl tributes end. personal expressions of sym pathy in the recent sad loss of their dear mother. Will all please accept this as a personal expression of gratitude. TRE SONS and DAUGIITER of I the late THOMAS JOSEPH MAHER, of Chldlow. wlsh to I THANK all relatives and friends for tdlegrams, cards, floral trl butes and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad loss. Will all please accept this as a personal expresslon .o[ gratitude.
BEREAVEMENT NOTICES. MRS. CURTIS and Family wish to THANK relatives and friends for cards and floral tributes in their recent sad bereavement. IN MEMORIAM. On Service. COLLYER (Pte. E. W., WX28675. 2/24 Aust. Inf. Btn.: In loving memory of our be loved son and brother, who was killed in action at Tarakan. May 20. 1945. The midnight stars are shining Upon a lonely grave, Where sleeping without awaking Lies the one we loved, but could not save. Inserted by his loving mother. sisters and brother. DORE, Gordon (R.A.A.F:): In proud and loving memory of our dear son, Gordon, killed in aircraft accident at Port Pirie on May 20. 1943. Dearly loved .nd sadly missed. Our darling son. Inserted by his mother and father. DORE, G. L. (R.A.A.F.): In lov ing memory of our dear brother and uncle Gordon. Proud memories from Allie, George and family. DORE, Gordon Leslie (R.A.A.F.): In everlasting memory of our beloved brother, killed, aircraft accident, May 20, 1943. Inserted by Don, Hazel and family (Margaret River). MOLONEY, Lieut. Brian Wil ham (M.M.): Killed in action, Maprick. New Guinea. MaY 20. 1945, dear husband of Lorna and daddy of Colene. MOLONEY, Brian (Lt.. M.M.): In sad and loving memory of my dear son, killed in action, N.G.. May 20, 1945. Always in my heart. Brian. Inserted by his loving mother. M. Sheldon. RYAN, Corporal T. J. (M.M.): In loving memory of Ted. killed in action, Tarakan May 19, 1945. While we live and remember you, dear Ted. You are always near. Mum. brothers Jack. Jim. Michael, sisters Margaret, Betty, Kathleen, sister-in-law Rene, brothers-in-law Lew, Hughie, Viv. nieces. Mona, Mar garet, Sharon: nephews Billy,. Tim. Terry, Brenton. RYAN. Corporal T., Curly (M.M., WX9876): In loving memory of my great friend, Curly who was killed at Tara kan. 'May 19, 1945. You will always be remem bered, Tim. by his pal, Pork, and all the Ray family. 100 Newcastle-road, Midland. RYAN, T. J. (WX9876, M.M.): Killed Tarakan. May 19. 1945. Our friend Curly. Always remrembered by Olive and Clive. THORBJORNSEN: In loving memory of my only son, PIe. ThorbJornsen. killed in action, Crete, May 20, 1941. In thoughts today you are with My loved one, and our farewell. With thanks for the beautiful memories They are many from shore and BROTHERWOOD (L. M.): Lov Ing memories of my beloved mother, who passed away May s 19, 1950. Loved and remembered al ways by her loving son and daughter-in-law Alice. CLARKE (William Henry)! Lov ing memories of a wonderful husband and father, departed Ithis life, May 20, 1950. Ever remembered by his lov ing wife and family. CUTTEN: In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away MaY 19. 1950. Inserted by her loving son and daughter. Fred and Muriel. EAGLING: In sacred remem brance of our departed children, Burnie and Bessie. who died May 19. 1949, and July 17, 1924, respectively. Time's kindly healing hand May soften grief and pDain, But deep within the human breast The scars of grief remain. Inserted by their sorrowing parents. FRANCIS: In loving memory of Jan, who passed away May 18. 1943. Ever remembered by her lov ing father. SORNSON (Susan Catherine). In memory of our dear friend. Betty and Wally. JOHNSTON: In deep and lov ing memory of Minnie and An nie 8ophia, who departed this life at Morce and Fremantle, May 2 and 20. 1949, respec tively. Gone but not forgotten. never will their memories fade. Sweetest thoughts will always linger Around the graves where they are laid. Inserted by deeply grieved loved ones. JOHNSTON (Annie): Treasured memories of our beloved mother and granny. who passed away May 20, 1949. Loved, remembered, longed for always. Myrtle. Syd, grandchildren, John and Ann. LAMOND: In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away. May 19. 1940: also father. January 30, 1939. Always remembered by their sons, daughters and grand children. LIDDELOW. W. R. (Bob): In loving memory of my dear father, who passed away May 19, 1941. Inserted by his daughter Alecia. McALLISTER (Selma May): In loving memory of mum, passed away May 20, 1946. God has you in His keeping, We have you in our hearts. Ever remnembered by Chid. i Alma. Cheryl and E. Evans. MeKAY: A tribute to the memory of Bronco. Ever rtemembered by his sisters. Peg, Hsannah, hs, Flora. MELVILLE (George): Passed away May 20, 1949. Always in our hearts. Lovingly remembered bY his eon Frank, also Ev and grand son Ronald. 1 PERCIVAL (Fanny Jane): In loving memory of our darling mother, passed away May 20. 1948. Inserted by loving daughter Esperance. granddaughter Pat PERCIVAL (Feli): Fondes memories of mother. Ellaline, Archie and family. PERCIVAL (Fan): In fondr memory of mother. Daphne and family. ROBINSON: In loving memory of dad. who passed away May 19 2 1949. Inserted by Bill Robinson. HOWELL: In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away at Bunbury on May 19. 1950. 1 Ever remembered. Inserted by her loving son Cyril. ROWELL (Isabel): In loving memorY of our dear mother. who passed away May 19. 1950. Inserted br her loving son Andyr. dautghter-ln-law Glad. I HOWELL: Treasured memoriesI of our dear mother, who passed I away on May 19. 1950. Always remembered by Girlie, Jack and Arclle Sweeting, Bun SLEIGHT: Fond memories of our dear mother. Margaret, whI departed this life May 20. 1942. I Ever remembered by her son and daughter-in-law. Bill and I Belie. SMITH (Matthew Frederick): Cherished memories of Matt, who was killed at Bunbury on May 20. 1945. Always in my thought., lnserzied by his father.
IN MEMORIAM. SPIERS: In loving memory of 4 our darling mother, who passed away May 20. 1947. Inserted by Ellen, Fred and Donald Craggs. STEWART (May): In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, passed away May 19, 1948. Always remembered by her t loving husband, daughter and son. STEWART (May): In loving memory of mother, who passed away May 19, 1948. Always remembered by Jo. Gordon and children. THOMAS (Florence May): Lov ing memories of my wife and t mother. Always rememberled. Husband Sid and son. THOMPSON (Norman Denis): In loving memory of our infant i son and brother, Denny, passed away one year ago. In our hearts as always. Inserted by daddy, mummy. 1 Flo, Syd and Alan. THOMPSON (Norman Denis): In loving memory of Denny. I loved grandchild of A. Leitch, I 73 Cowle-street. Perth. Safe in the arms of Jesus. URSIC: In loving memory of Blae. only son of ours, passed away May 19, 1944. If we could speak with you today, Laugh with you in the same old way. Hear your voice and see you smile. This life to us would be worth while. Always will be remembered by his loving mum and dad. URSIC: Memories of Blaz, to day and always, passed away May 19, 1944, loving brother of Andielka, brother-in-law of Frane and dear uncle of Mak sin, Eileen and Edo. A wonderful brother only lent, One of God's best. ever sent. A loving face and a heart of gold, Dearest Blaz, how we miss you. URSIC: In loving memory of my dear brother. Blaz, who passed away May 19, 1944. A sweeter nature never given, He smiled through all his pain; To know him was to love him, Our loss was heaven's gain. Always remembered by his dear sister Regina; brother-in. 1 law Johnny: loving uncle of a Mary and John. 1 URSICH (Blaz): In fond and loving memory of Blas, passed i away May 19. 1 We will always remember you smiling. Always remembered by his l loving Uncle Grgo, cousins, I .Miro and Florrie, Maria and Charles, Milly and Sam. WIIITEHEAD (W. J.): Trea- I sured memories of our dear] husband and father, who left us May 19, 1950. It does not need a special dayi To bring you to our minds, I The days we do not think of 4 Are very hard to find. Inserted by his loving wife 1and family. WHIITEHEAD (W. J.): In lov iog memory of our dear dad, who passed away May 19, 1950. 1 To be together in the same old I way. Would be our dearest wish to day. Inserted by his loving son Jim and daughter-in-law Coral.. WHITEHEAD (William James): In loving memory of dad and 1 grandpop. who passed away SMay 19, 1950. Ever remembered by Olive, Charlie and family. WHITEHEAD: On May 19, 1950, 1 loving father of Doris, Allan ] and family. wHITEHEAD (W. J.): In loving memory of dad, who passed away at Narrogin on May 19. a 1950. Always remembered by Phyl- u lis, Les and family, of Plthara. c WILD (Edward): Fondest mem- I ories of my dear Ted, who left me, suddenly, May 20. 1940. 1 Inserted by his loving wife ! Mab. iWRIGHT (Benjamin): In lov ing memory of our dear father, I who passed away May 20, 1949. 1 SEver remembered by his I family.