BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS
Approaching Marriages and En- gagement notices must be signed by the two persons concerned, Birth notices by one of the parents, unless otherwise authen- ticated, and Marriages, Deaths, and In Memoriam notices by some responsible person. 4 lines, 6/; 2/ each additional line. BIRTHS BAHNISCH (nee Cocksedge).— On May 28, at Barmera, to Madge and Reg— a son (Robert Kym). Thanking Dr. Rayment and hos- pital staff. BISHOP (nee O'Donoghue).— On May 30, at Calvary, to Doreen and Arthur— a son (Colin John). BLYTHMAN.— On June 1, to Keith and Val— a— son. Thanking Dr. Tassie and hospital staff. BOWLEY.— On May 31, at Q.V.M.H., to Pat and Bill, of Sec- ond Valley — a daughter. BRODIE.— On May 28, at Bel- mont, to Shirley, wife of Victor— a son. CADD.— On May 21, at Curra- mulka, to Marge and Richard — a son (Anthony Leslie). A little brother for Denise, Sharon, Peter and Maryse. Thanking Dr. Nicholls, Sisters Gepp and Ward. CHAPMAN (nee Beinke). — On May 13, at Kimba District Hos- pital, to Nell and Chris— a daugh- ter. Thanking all in attendance. COLE.— On June 1, at Calvary Hospital, to Dorothy and Charles —a daughter (Susan Elizabeth). DAVEY.— On May 29, at Q.V.M.H., to Betty and Tom— a son (Kenneth Allan). Thanking all in attendance. DELON.— On May 26, to Nelda and Ross— a daughter (Anne). Thanking all in attendance. DONLEY (nee Emsley). — On May 30, at Mile End Emergency, to Joyce and Kevin — a son (Barry Kevin Charles). Both well. Thank- ing Dr. Weetman and hospital staff. DRAKE.— On May 30, at Loxton District Hospital, to Olive and Jeff— a daughter (Mary Eliza- beth). Thanking all in attendance. ELLIS — On May 28, at Memor- ial Hospital, to Marjorie and Cliff— a daughter. EVANS.— On June 1, at Mem- orial Hospital, to Lorraine and Dave, of Port Wakefield— a daugh- ter (Pamela Faye). FAERELLY (nee Carty).— On May 27, at Mile End Emergency Hospital, to Eileen and Frank— a daughter. (Josephine Elizabeth). FIELD (nee Cooper). On May 31, at Q.V.M.H., to Yvonne and Glen — a son (Colin Grant). Thanking all in attendance. GILES (nee White).— At Perth. On May 29, to Patricia, wife of Keith (Mick)— a daughter (Eliza- beth Anne). GORDON (nee Long).— On May 30, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gaw- ler, to Joan and Max— a daugh- ter (Lesley Barbara). Thanking Dr. V. de P. Rice and staff. HALL. — On May 30, at Glenelg C.H., to Betty and Bill —a daugh- ter. HAMPEL (nee Atkinson). —On May 23, at Kimba Hospital, to Lois and Murray (Mick)— a daugh- ter. Both well. HANNA. —On May 31, at Glen- elg District Community Hospital, to Dorothy and Bob — a son (Rod- ney Douglass). Thanking Dr. Ian Steele and nursing staff. HARSTON (nee Matthews). — On May 30, to Joan —a daughter (Susanne Joan). Both well. HERON (nee Maynard). —On May 18, at Hobart, to Thel and Bill, of Loatta road, Lindisfarne — a son. HORGAN (nee McNamara). — On June 1, at Calvary, to Anne and Paul —a daughter (Berna dette Anne). MARKS (nee Faulkner).— On May 30, at Calvary, to Von and Terry— a daughter. Both well. Thanking Dr. J. Rice and nursing staff. MORRIS (nee Porter). — On May 30, at Lefevre Community Hos- pital, to Betty and Harry— a son. Thanking Dr. Jolly, and all in at- tendance. NEWMAN (nee Davis). —On May 31, at Memorial Hospital, to Bar- bara and John, of Leigh Creek— a son (Barry Dean). NICHOLSON (nee Newell).— On May 27, at Mt. Barker S.M. Hos- pital, to Thelma and John — a daughter (Cheryl Lesley). Thank- ing Dr. Pridmore and staff.
NITSCHKE (nee Simcock).—On May 31, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, to Phyllis and Colin, of Coromandel Valley — a son (Gra- ham Colin). PAGE (nee Dunstall).— On May 30, at S. C. D. Hospital, to Gwen and Cyril, of Myponga— a son (Neil George). PALMER (nee Brimblecombe).— On May 31, at Calvary, to Shirley and Colin— a daughter (Cathie Anne). Both well. Thanking Dr. Beard and all in attendance. PEPPER (nee Pfeiler).— On June 1, at Salisbury, to Margaret and Graham— a daughter (Cheryl Marie). Thanking Dr. Trembath, matron and staff. PFEIFFER (nee Parbs)— On May 29, at Woomera Hospital, to Opal and Doug— a daughter (Lynette). Thanking Dr. Harbison and hospital staff REDMAN (nee Kennedy).— On May 30, at Q.V.M.H., to Grace and Sid— a son. Special thanks to doctors and staff. REGAN.— On May 28, at Cal- vary, to Margaret Mary, wife of James — a daughter. DOYLE (nee Burnett).— On May 30, at Calvary, to Margaret and Len— a daughter (Judith Anne). SAMPSON (nee Daniel).— On May 23, at S.C.D.H., Victor Harbor, to Muriel and Wally — a daughter (Julie). Special thanks to Dr. Collins, matron and staff. SCHUTZ (nee Scholz).— On May 28, at Eudunda Hospital, to Joan and Marcus— a son. Thanking Dr. Brookman and hospital staff. SCHWARTZ (nee Thomas).— On May 30, at Murray Bridge Hos- pital, to Carol and Keith— a son (Kevin Lawrence). Thanking Dr. Heddle and hospital staff. STOWE (nee Smith).— On May 30, at Woomera Hospital, to Bar- bara and Don — a son (Russell Dean). Thanking all in attend- ance. TAVERNER.— On May 20, at Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Strathalbyn, to Marj and Rex— a daughter. Thanking Dr. Thornton and hospital staff. VERRALL (nee Speed).— On May 31, at Memorial, to Teanie and Allan— a son (Peter Charles). WILTSHIRE.— On May 31, at Glenelg Community, to Heather and Jack— a son. WINSTON.— On May 28, at Q.V.M.H., to Pat and Myles— a daughter (Glenda Dorothy). Thanking hospital staff. WITHALL (nee Jarmyn).— On May 30, at Q.V.M.H., to Daphne and Ray— a daughter (Jennifer Kaye). Thanking all in atten- dance.
PEARL WEDDINGS LE LEU— CROCKER.— Mr. and Mrs. Stan Le Leu, of 18 Wellington street, Alberton, have pleasure in announcing the 30th anniversary of their marriage solemnised at St. George's Church, Alberton, on June 2, 1923, by Canon H. H. Coles. VERCO— CLARK.— The sons and daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Verco wish to congratulate them on their 30th wedding anniversary solemnised at Methodist Parson- age, Flemington, Victoria, by the late Rev. R. Taylor on June 2, 1923. Present address 9 Carter place, Seaton North SILVER WEDDINGS OLDS—GOWER. - Mr. and Mrs. J. Olds, Inkster avenue, Taperoo, have pleasure in announcing the 25th anniversary of their marriage solemnised Queenstown Church of Christ, June 2, 1928, by the late Pastor Brooker. PEDERICK— HOLDER.— Mr. and Mrs. Hubert O. Pederick, of Burra, wish to announce the 25th anniver- sary of their marriage solemnised at Maughan Methodist Church, June 2, 1928, late Rev. W. H. Cann officiating. THOMAS.— Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Thomas, 8 Tait street, Croydon. Greetings from Ray, Thelma and Lesley. TREGONNING — GRAHAM. — Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Tregonning an- nounce their 25th wedding anni- versary solemnised at St. Augus- tine's Church, Victor Harbor, June 2, 1928. by the late Rev. T. M. Boyer. WAIT—PERRY.— Mr and Mrs. S. G. Wait, National Bank, Why- alla, wish to announce the 25th anniversary of their wedding so- lemnised at St. Andrew's Presbyter- ian Church, Wallaroo, June 2, 1928 by late Rev. A. Richardson. WILLIAMS — BARR.— Mr. and Mrs. Howard E. Williams, of Kil- burn, have pleasure in announcing the 25th anniversary of their mar- riage solemnised at Wesley Metho- dist Church, Parade, Norwood, June 2, 1928. Rev. A. J. Finch officiated. Approaching Marriages ALTMANN— JONES.— The mar- riage of Audrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Altmann, Ren- mark, to Thomas, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Jones. Springbank, wiU be celebrated with Nuptial Mass at Sacred Heart Church. Hindmarsh. at 9.30 a.m. on Satur day. June 6th HADFIELD— HOARE— The mar riage of Margaret, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hadfleld. of Largs North, to Ronald James, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. Z. A. Hoare. of Largs. will be solemnised at St. Paul's Church. Port Ade laiHr. on Friday. June 5. at 6.30 p.m.
Approaching Marriages NORMAN — GOINY-GRABOW SKI.— The marriage of Patricia Dawn, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. Norman, of Yahl. to George, younger son of the late Mr and Mrs. A. Goiny-Grabowski. of Katowice. Poland, will be sol emnised at the Methodist Church, rahl. on Saturday. June 6. at 1 P.m. PLEDGE— BASSHAM— The mar riage of Leila, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. K. G. Pledge, of Echunga. to William, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. L. AT Bassham. of Barmera. will be solemnised at Echunga Methodist Church on Saturday. June 6. at 3.30 P.m. WHITTINGTON— PERRY. —The marriage of Florence, elder daugh ter of Mr J. Whittington. to Mai-! colm. only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Perry, will be solemnised at Waikerie Methodist Church on June 6. at 2.30 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS BAKER— PFEILER — The en- gagement is announced of Mar- jory Dawn, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Baker, to Ivan Maxwell, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A Pfeiler, both of Long Flat. BURNS — WILKINSON. —Mr. and Mrs. G. Burns, of Barmera. have pleasure in announcing the engagement of their twin daugh ter. Patricia, to William, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wil kinson, of Glossop. CHALK— DUFFIELD.— The en gagement is announced of Fay. youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Chalk. Kuitpo Forest, to Ross.' youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Duffield. Mount CROSS— BAKER.— The engage ment is announced of Elizabeth, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Cross, of Clare, to Stanley, only son of Mr. snd Mrs. S. Baker, of Hull. England. DAWE— SCOTT.— The engage ment is announced of Lois Lor raine, only daughter pf Mr. and Mrs. R. Dawe. of Victor Harbor, to Alfred Frank, youngest, son of Mrs. F. Scott, of Birmingham. EnDAWSON-WHYATT.-Mr. and Mrs. Dawson of Naracoorte. have pleasure in announcing the en gagement of their daughter Thelma to Leonard James, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Whyatt, ELLIOTT-WILSON.-The en gagement is announced of Clau dia, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Elliott, of Clare, to Robert, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson. Angus. Scotland. FRANCES— BIED.— The engage ment is announced of Kay. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Frances, of Port Lincoln, to Roy. second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. w. Bird, of Harrow. England. HEMERS— HESSE.— The engage ment is announced of Maureen, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Hemers. of Port Augusta, to Ray. elder son of Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Hesse, of Mt. Hawthorn. Perth. W A HEPTINSTALL — FABRELL. — The engagement is announced of Mary Catherine, only daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. W. Heptinstall to Edward William, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Farrell. both of HUNTER -MINUZZO.-The en gagement is announced of Shirley, voungest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hunter, of Kent Town to Alan, son of Mr. and Mrs. KNIGHT — DUFFIELD. — Mr. and Mts. C. E. Knight have plea sure in announcing the engage ment of their second daughter Melva'. to Ray. younger son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Duffleld. both of LASLETT- WALLACE. -The engagement is announced of Elma. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L J. Laslett. of Mount Gambler, to Donald, younger son of Mrs. S. M. Wallage and the late Mr. G. J Wallage. of Sefton Park. MICHAELS— KUHL. — Mr and Mrs A. H. Michaels, of Nara coorte. have pleasure in announc ing the engagement of their daughter Brohnwyn Nell, to Allan Alfred, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kuhl. of "Braelee". Mount MORGAN — GODFREY. — Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Morgan, of Seaton Park, have pleasure in announc ing the engagement of their younger daughter Lorna. to Har
old, eldest son of Mr and Mrs. C H. Godfrey, of Henley Beach. PYNE— SERGEANT. — The en gagement is announced of Mar garet daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Pyne. nf Mylor. to John, son of Mrs. M. E. Sergeant, of Goodwood, and Mr. E. G. Ser geant, of Wrea Green. England. RANSLEY — ROBERTS. — The engagement is announced of Joy, twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ransley. of Myrtle Bank. to Maxwell, elder son of Mr. and Mrs W. H. Roberts of Adelaide. RILSTONE— MONKS.— The en gagement is announced of Joyce, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A W. Rilstone, of Somerton Park, to Alan, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Monks, of Little hampton. SEARLE— ATKINS. — The en gagement is announced of Nita, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.E. Searle. of Rosewater. to Don ald, third son of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Atkins of Rushworth. Vic. SHIPWAY— LAMBERT. — The engagement is announced of Marilyn, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Shipway. of Ed- wardstown. to Austin, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lambert, of Marion. ST. JOHN— CASEY.— The en gagement is announced of Mar garet, youngest daughter of Mrs. M. St. John. Jamestown, to Joe. eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Casey Minvalara. SWEENY— HILL.— Mr. and Mrs. E. H. L. Sweeny, of Woodville, have pleasure in announcing the engaeement of their only daugh ter Nesta. to Peter, youneer son of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Hill, of 'TURNER— PRATT. — The en cagement is announced of Bar bara Jean, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs J. P. Turner, of Cowan dilla. to Maxwell Roy. only son of Mr. and Mrs C. R. Pratt, n Mannahill. DEATHS ALTMAN— On June 1. at a pri vate hospital. North Adelaide, Louise Mary, dearly loved mother of. Edwin. Bert, Margaret and Katie (Mrs. Ralph Curry). In her 77th year. CAVALLARO.— On June 1. at his residence. Hillier road, Gawler, Illarlo. beloved husband of Taresa Cavallaro. Aged 56 years. Requiescat in pace. COUCH. — On June 1. at hospi tal, Ida Matilda Emma, wife of the late William Alfred Couch. Aged 82 years. EMMEL.— On May 31. at the re sidence of her daughter (Mrs. G. n. A. Flugge). 8 Blackburn
avenue. Cowandilla, Anne, the dearly beloved wife of the late Ernest William Emmel. loving mother of Heather. Ted. and the late Hazel, fond mother-in-law of Qod and Arthur, and grandma of Bob. In her 83rd years. Re united. FERGUSON —On June 1. at Payneham, John Todd. beloved husband of the late Grace Fer guson and loving father of Wini- fred (Mrs. M. Weldenhofer) and Vera (Mrs. V. A. Dunbar). In his 88th year. FULLER.— At Koolunga, on May 31, Edmund Fuller, friend of John. MarJorle and Christopher Allen. GREIG.— On June 1. at Crystal Brook. Sarah Crystal, beloved widow of James Brook Greig. and loving mother of Lew. Bill and Les. Aged 17. GRIFFIN.— On May 31. Richard John, loving father of Flora. Merve and grandfather of David. GBIFFIN.— On May 31. Richard John, loving father of Ern. GRIFFIN.— On May 31. Richard John, loving father of Clara, grandfather of Brian and Janice. GRIFFIN.— On May 31, Richard John, loving father of Jean and father-in-law of Norm. HERRIMAN.— On May 30. at hospital. Hilda Ruby, wife of the late Thomas Herriman. late of 12 Melbourne street. St. Leonards, loved mother of Alby, Colin. Dul cie (Mrs. K. W. Langman), Jack and Ron. loving grandma of Robyn, Glen. Spencer, Margaret, Gaye and Anthony. Aged 69 years. Resting. IRWIN.— On May 31. at Tailem Bend. James, late S.A.R.. the elder son of the late Thomas and Johanna Irwin. Aged 69 years. Requiescat in pace. JEFFRIES.— On May 31, at hos pital. Clifford Gordon, dearly be loved husband of Annie and loving father of Kevin. Maureen. Betty and Bill. Aged 52 years. R.I.P, Late of 4 Morris street. West Croydon. JENKINS.— On June 1, at hos pital. Olive Muriel, beloved wife of the late Norman Edward Jenkins, and loving mother of Ethel (Mrs. W. C. Hallam) and Reg. JOHN.— On June 1. at Renmark Hospital. Emily Johanne Mathilda, dearly beloved wife of late Charles Frederick John, and loving mother of Edgar. Nora. Ella. Walter. Lyn don and Arnold (decd.). Aged 73 years. For ever with the Lord. KAIN.— On June 1. at Mount Pleasant District Hospital. Cathe rine Kain, relict of Patrick Kain, of Tungkillo. In her 87th year. R.I.P. KEATING.— On May 30. William James, aged 66, eldest son of the late Katherine and William Keat ing. Privately interred. R.I.P. KNUCKEY.— On May 31. at the Royal Adelaide Hospital. Fanny, beloved wife of E. J. (Ed) Knuckey Aged 86 years. At rest. LEACH. — On June 1. at Repatri ation Hospital. Springbank, Thomas Leach, late Royal Marines. 27th Batt.. 3rd I.T.B.. beloved hus band of Florrie Leach, of Byrne street. Blackwood. and loving father of Dorothy father-in-law of Ron. Aged 57 years. At rest.
DEATHS LEACH. Thomas. — Loving srother of Clara and brotherin law of Arthur (Mr. and Mrs. Fran cis), loved uncle of George. Ray mond. Graham. Eric. Zalarae and Trevor. Rest after weariness. LOXTON.— On May 29. at his residence. 4 Burlington street. Walkerville. Charles Arthur, dearly loved and devoted husband, of Ruby H. Loxton. and loving father of Arthur. Aged 75 years. MARGITICH.— On June 1. at hospital. James Burnard. eldest son of the late George and Bridget Margitich, formerly of 81 McLaren street. Adelaide. Aged 51 years. Requiescat in pace. MURRAY.— On May 31. at Lon don. Alan, beloved husband of Kathleen Murray, of East terrace, Henley Beach (suddenly). OLIVER (nee Whittle). —On May 31. at private hospital, Amy. lov ing sister of Bill and sister-in-law of Rose. At rest. OLIVER.— On May 31, at pri ate hospital. Amy. loving sister in-law of Rose and Bill Reynolds. Whyalla. Loved by all. PHELAN.— On May 31. at his residence. 5 Hughes street. North Dnley. Edmund iTedl. late 9th Light Horse, the dearly beloved msband of Olive May Phelan (nee Marchant) POWER.— On May 31. at her re sidence. 3 Levi street. Woodville West. Lavina Charlotte, dearly loved wife of Henry Hurtle Power. Aged 62 years. R.I.P. SHAKESPEARE.— On June 1, at her residence. 51 Milner street. Prospect, after long years of ill health. Beryl Alice, beloved wife of George Shakespeare, and loving) sister of Ruby and Olive (Mrs. Dalton). Aged 66 years. SHIELD.— On May 29. at her late residence. 31 Hythe street. Croy don. Thelma Jessie, beloved wife of the late Reginald Harry Shield. Aged 55 years. SPENCER.— On June 1. at hos pital. Amy Sarah Spencer, of 20 James avenue. Magill. loved sis ter of Frederick George and Ethel. SYMONS.— On May 29 (result of accident), at Payneham. Kevin John. dearly loved nephew and cousin of Jean and the late John Symons and family. Some day we'll understand. YENDALL.— On June 1. at Why alla. Lladney Gordon, dearly be oved only son of Gordon and Lucy Yendall. of 182 Lacey street. Whyalla, and loving brother of ludith and Shirley. Aged 2 years. A little angel called home. Heroes Of The Empire 'At the going down of the sun and . in the morning we will; remember them." BURT.— Loving memories of my dear son Rex. who lost his life Remembered always Mother. BURT, Rex.— A tribute of love to our dear nephew. Loving thoughts. — Olga, Eric. Laurie. BURT. R A.A.F.— Fondest mem ories of our dear nephew Rex, who paid the supreme sacrifice June 2, 1942 — Aunt Dorrie. Uncle Ben. Lance FULLER— In loving memory of Don. killed at Tadji. N.G.. June 2. 1945.— Ever remembered by mother and father. FULLER.— In loving memory of my brother Don. RAAF. killed New Guinea. June 2. 1945. —Remembered always py Bett. HARNDEN. Flt-Sgt. Harry, -Always remembered by the Mac Guinness family. IN MEMORIAM ADAMS. Hurtle. — In loving memory, of our dad and grandpa, who passed away on June 2. 19d1. —Always remembered by Hilda. Bruce Daisy. John and Vera. ALDEBSON.— In lbving memory of our dear husband and father, William Arthur Alderson. passed 'way June 2. 1947. Sadly missed —Inserted by his loving wife and family. Kilburn. BENNETTS.— In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away June 2. 1952— Ever remembered by her loving BLACK.— In memory of my mother, who passed away June. 2. 1946. Years roll on. but memories stay.— Always remembered by her son Reg. Ivy and Trudie. BLUNT.— In lovine memory of our dear mother and grand mother, who passed away June 2.
1948.— Always remembered by Marj.. Gordon and family. BRAY.— Cherished memories of my loving parents. — Ever Temem bered by Hilda and Jack. BRAY. — Loving memory of Roy, passed away June 2. 1940. — In- serted by his wife and sons. BRAY.— In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away June 2, 1948. —Always remembered by her lov ing daughter Beatrice. son-in-laW Allan and granddaughter Joan. BROWN.— In loving memory of my dear mother, passed away June 2. 1947.— Julie. BROWN.— In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away June 2. 1947.— Always re membered by her son Bill. BURGESS, Ethel.— In loving memory of dear mother, passed away June 1. 1952. Many a silent heartache.' Often a silent tear. Always a beautiful memory. Of one we loved so dear. —Ever remembered by Kelva and Gordon. BUBGESS, Ethel-In loving memory of my dear wife, passed away June 1. 1952.— Sadly missed by Jack. BUBGESS.— In loving memory of our dear mother and grand mother, Ethel Edith, died June 1. 1952. BURNETT.— In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away June 2. 1942. Deep in our hearts a memory is .kept.— Inserted by her lovine son George, grand children Phil. Ron. BURT.— In memory of Joyce, who passed away June 2 1942. A leaf in the book of memory. Is gently turned today. —Inserted by brother Merv and BURT.— In loving memory nf Joyce, who passed away June 2. 1942.— Always remembered 'by mum and brothers. CARPENTER.— In loving mem ory of dear mother and Mannar, who passed away June 2. 1946. —Sadly missed by Cliff. Nell and grandchildren Raymond. Howard and Claire. CHURCHES.— In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away at Terowie. June 2 1949 R.I.P. A thought for today, a memory for ever.— Inserted by his loving wife. Nell. Eugene and CRABBE. William Robert.— In loving memory of our dear hus band and dad. passed away June 2. 1940.— Always remembered by his loving wife Flo and daugh ters. CROWHURST.— In loving mem ory of dear Alfred, passed away on June 2. 1952.— Always remem bered by his lovine wife Tilly. CROWHUBST.— In loving mem ory of our dear father and grand dad, passed away June 2. 1952. A lovine father Sadly missed.
— inserted by Ron. Daph. Des CROWHURST.— In memory of my dear father, who entered rest on June 2, 1952.— Lovingly re membered bv his daughter Lily. CROWHURST.— In loving mem ory of dear dad. who passed away June 2. 1952 One we loved and will never foreet. — Always re membered: Len. Enid, family. CROWHURST. — In lovin.se mem ory of father and grandpa, who passed away on June 2. 1952. A eolden heart and a loving mem ory. — Remembered by Muriel. Jack and family. CURYER.— In lovine memory of my dear mother and grandma, who passed away June 2. 1952. I think of you in silence. an- make no outward show, but lust how much we miss you. mum no one will ever know. — Ever re membered by Ruby. George. Daphne. CURYER.— In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away June 2, 1952. A love so true, a heart so kln«. a better mother no one could flnr —Always remembered by Hilda. Wally. John and Helen. CURYER. Bertha Marie.— Who passed away June 2. 1952. late of Klemzig. May any sunshinr she missed on life's highway be fount in her haven of rest— Beat, imt family. DALBY.— In lovine memory of mum. passed away June 2. 1946. —Ever remembered and loved by Jim and Mid. , , DAWSON. — Cherished memories of -grannie. A wonderful mother laid to rest. For me and all she did her best. Sweet is the hone that aealn we shall meet. Kneeling together at Jesus —Bertha. Addie and family DOBBIN. — In memory ol Elsie passed away on June 2. 1913 Nellie. June 20, 1940: mother. February 19. 1945. Peacefilly sleeping.— Jack and Kath. DONALDSON.— In loving me mory of our dear father and grandfather, who died June 2. 1951. So sadly missed. Too dear to be forgotten.— Ever remem bered by Bell George. Jess and Nan DONALDSON.— In loving me mory of our dear father and grandfather died June 2. 1951. We cherish all the memories of the days when you were here.— Ever remembered by Jess. Jack. Dave and Georgena. DYMOND. — Treasured memo ries of our darling Von. who fell asleep June 2. 1942. God must have a beautiful garden. He always chooses the best: He plucked a rose, a beautiful flower. When He called our darling home to rest. — Sadly missed by mum and dad. DYMOND.— In loving memory of darling Von who fell asleep Jun,e 2. 1942. Years toll on but memories stay Near and dear as yesterday. — Longed for always by Jean. Clarrie an1 family. DYMOND.— Sweet memories of darling Von who passed away June 2'. 1942. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept Of one we loved and will never forget. —Sadly missed by Betty. Kevin and Barbara.
FUNERAL NOTICES ALTMAN.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. LOUISE MARY ' ALTMAN are respectfully in- formed that her Funeral willl leave her late residence. 35 Martin av. Fitzroy. on WEDNESDAY, at 1.45 p.m.. for the North Road Cemetery. GEO. DOWNS & SON. Funeral Directors. 67 Jeffcott st. North Adelaide. M9584. C'AVALLARO. — THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. ILLARIO CAVALLARO. of Hillier road, Gawler. are respectfully informed that his Funeral will leave St. Peter and Paul's Church. Gaw ler on WEDNESDAY, after ser vice commencing at 2 p.m. fort the Willaston Cemetery. TAYLOR & FORGIE. Funeral Directors. Gawier. Phone; 27 COUCH.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. IDA M. E. COUCH, of Cross street. Queenstown. are respectfully informed that her Funeral will leave the funeral parlor. 95 Port road. Hindmarsh, Dn WEDNESDAY, at 9.45 a.m.. for the Cheltenham Cemetery. F. T. ELLIOTT & SONS, Funeral Directors. 95 Port road. Hind marsh. Phone LU4668. EMMEL.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mrs. ANNE EMMEL. of 8 Blackburn av., Cowandilla. are re spectfully informed that her Re mains were peacefully laid to rest (privately) in the Nuriootpa Cemetery on MONDAY AFTER NOON. The Rev. E. O. Auricht ALFRED JAMES & SONS LTD.. Pnley and Mile End UA1129. FERGUSON are respectfully in formed that his Funeral will leave our Chapel. 124 Wellington road. Payneham. TOMORROW (WED NESDAY), at 2.30 P.m.. for the New Enfield General Cemetery. W. WILLIAMSON & SON. GREIG. of Crystal Brook, are re spectfully Informed that . her Funeral will leave her late resi dence. Crystal Brook. THiS DAY (TUESDAY), at 2 p.m.. for the Crystal Brook Cemetery. Funeral Directors. Crystal Brook. Phone 91. HERRIMAN- THE FRIENDS were removed from her late re residenc 12 Melbourne st..St tery on MONDAY. 1st instant Undertaker. 30 Alsop st Sema IRWIN The friends of the respectfully informed that his Re- mains were privately interred in the Tailem Bend Catholic Ceme tery on MONDAY. June 1. Father W. E. JENNINGS & sons. Funeral Directors. Tailem Bend. Phone 5. her late residence 140 at 11 a.m.. for the Centennial Park CLAUDE TREVELION. A.F.D.A.. Funeral Directors. Head Office and Chapel 56-58 Magill rd- Norwood. FA2084. A.S.D TILLETT MEMORIALS. 3 Wakefield st. and West ter. A.A.A. WREATHS delivered shortest notice. STANLEY FLORISTS. 45 Adelaide Arcade. W3320. After hours. U2824. AT TUCKER'S. Florists. Grote A. st C4385; after hours LP5811 ASHLEIGH FLORIST. Rose Park A Wreaths del. F3719; after hrs., TTV033Q AT HILTON Florists. Wreaths A. delivered at shortest notice. LU 6913 MILE END Florist LU6791 86 Henley Beach rd. Wreaths
IN MEMORIAM ESCOTT.— In loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away on June 2. 1935. Deep in my heart your memory is kept, as I loved you too dearly to ever for get.— Inserted by his loving wife. ESCOTT.— In loving memory of my dear father, passed away June 2, 1935 I treasure still with love sincere, memories of one I loved so dear.— Inserted by his daughter Marjory. EVANS.— In loving memory of Marion, who passed away June 2, 1930. Your memory will never grow old.— Inerted by her mother, father and sister Betty. FORD.— In loving memory of my beloved husband, who passed away June 2, 1951. Sleep on. beloved. Sleep and take your rest; We loved you well. But God loved you best. —Inserted by his loving wife and son Les. FORD. — Cherished memories of dad and grandfather, passed away June 2. 1951.— Sadly missed by son Arnold. Daisy, grandchildren Dorothy Gloria. Norma. great grandchildren Trevor. Loraine. GARRARD.— In loving memory of our dear father and grand father who passed away on June 2. 1952. — Ever remembered by Gordon. Em and grandchildren. GARRARD. — Treasured memo ries of dear Pop. who passed away at Clare. June 2. 1952. Too dearly loved to be forgotten. — — Always remembered by Alma and Ron. GARRARD.— In loving memory of our beloved father and grand father, passed away June 2. 1952. To be with us in the same old way Would be our dearest wish today. —Always remembered by Hazel, Ben. Graham and Murray. GARRARD.— in loving memory of dear dad. passed away June 2. 952. You lived for those you loved, and those you loved re member. — Ever remembered by Beat and Reuben. GARRARD.— In loving memory of our dear father and grand father who passed away June 2. 1952.— Longed for always by Aud rey. Douglas. Beryl. Rodney and Wayne. GARRARD.— In loving memory of dad and grandpa. Thank you, Lord. for the memory of a man so fine. Thank you for the love he gave us. O Lord Divine, and please Lord, when we are lonely and won der why he has gone, forgive us for our selfishness and help us carry on. Help us to remember that he is yours as well as ours: rat he will walk beside us until the, end of time.— Inserted by Jack, Doreen. Graham and Pauline. GARRABD.— Fond memories of our dad and grandpa, passed away at Clare, June 2, 1952. Always re membered.— Malcolm. Marj and family GOODFELLOW.— In loving me ory of my dear sister Mary Ann, died June 2. 1951. Your thoughts are always in my mind.— Elizabeth Gepp.
GRAY- William Robert.— In lov ing memory of Will, who passed iway June 1. 1952. Treasured nemones of one so sadly missed. -Inserted by his loving wife Lil. GRAY, William Robert.— In lov ing memory of dad. who passed away June 1. 1952. Memories shall never fade.— Inserted by Bob, May and family. HILL. — In loving memory of my beloved wife Elsie, who passed away June 2. 1952. I often think of you in silence And make no outward show; But what it meant to part with you No one will ever know -Sadly missed by her loving hus band Tom. HILL.— in loving and happy me mories of Elsie, our beloved cou sin, who passed away June 2. 1952 —Lovingly remembered by Tot anc Joyce. HOLTON.— Cherished memories of our dear wife and mother who passed away June 2 1950 In God's care — Lovingly remembered by her husband and family JENKINS. — Loving memories of dear mother, passed away June 2, 1948 — Sadly missed by Eunice and JOHNCOCK.— in loving memory of dear mother who passed away June 2, 1943.— Ever remembered by JOSEPH.— Loving memories of our dear sister Eve. Just a token true and tender to show, dear sis ter. We still remember.— Fondly re membered, Dan, May - KING.— In loving 'memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away. Port Augusta. June 1. 1952. God has you in His keeping; we have you in our heart.— Ever remembered, his lov ing daughter Myrtle, son-in-law Walter, grandsons Wayne. Jett rey. KINGDON.— In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away June 2. 1935. Not only today, but always, we are thinking of you. dear. LEWSIN. Ern.— Treasured me mory of a loving father and grand father. Time changes many things, out not the memory this day brings.— Myrtle. Jack. Bob and Audrey. McCORMACK.— In loving me mory of my dear husband and father, who passed away June 2, 1S47.— Ever remembered by his loving wife and father. R.I.P McCOKMACK. — in loving me mory of my dear dad. who passed away June 2. 1947. R.I.P.— Years pay pass, but memories remain for ever.— Inserted by Agnes. McCORMACK.— In loving me mory of our dear dad. who passed away June 2. 1947— Always re membered by his sons Gerald and Harry. MILDWATERS -In loving me mory of our dear mother, passed away June 2. 1948. Beautiful me mories left behind.— Ever remem bered by May snd Roy MILDWATERS.— In lovins me mory of our clear grandmother, who passed away June 2. 1953. Sweet is your memory dear is your name. Deep in our hearts you will always remain. — Always remembered by loving Brand children.
FUNERAL NOTICES JEFFRIES.— REQUIEM MASS for the repose of the soul of the late CLIFFORD GORDON JEF FRIES will be celebrated at St. Margaret .Mary's Church. Eldon street. West Croydon. at 7 a.m. on WEDNESDAY. His Funeral will leave the church at 3.45 p.m for the Cheltenham Cemetery. B. A. RANDALL. Funeral Director. 244 Port rd. Hindmarsh IF. W. Blackwell Ltd.. Proptrs.1. JOHN.— THE FRIENDS of the late EMILY JOHANNE MATH ILDA JOHN are respectfully in formed that her Remains will leave St. John's Lutheran Church. Renmark. on WEDNESDAY. June 3, at 3 p.m. for the Renmark Cemetery. FRANK S. W. TRIGG. Funeral Director. Renmark. KAIN.— THE RELATIVES and FRIENDS of the late Mrs. CATHERINE KAIN, of Tungkillo, are respectfully informed that her Funeral will arrive at St. Mat thew's Catholic Cemetery, Bird wood. THIS DAY I Tuesday I. at 3.45 p.m. M. L. KLEEMAN. Funeral Direc tor Lobethal. Phone 22. KNUCKEY. — THE RELATIVES and FRIENDS of Mr. E. J. (ED) KNUCKEY are respectfully informed that the Funeral of his late beloved WIFE (Fanny) will leave his residence. Modbury. on WEDNESDAY, a I 2.30 p.m.. for the Mount Torrens Public Ceme tery, arriving at aprpox. 3.30 p.m. M L. KLEEMAN. Funeral Direc tor. Lobethal. Phone 22. LEACH.— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. THOMAS LEACH, of Byrne avenue. Blackwood. are re spectfully informed that his Funeral will leave the Chapel of the Repatriation General Hospi tal. Springbank. on WEDNESDAY, at 2.45 p.m.. for the Centennial Park Cemetery. PARTINGTON & SON. Funeral Directors. South rd.. Black Forest. LF1246. LOXTON— THE FRIENDS of the late Mr. CHARLES AR THUR LOXTON are respectfully informed that his Remains were peacefully laid to rest (privately) on MONDAY 1st inst.. in the West Terrace Cemetery. Rev. A. R. Thrush kindly officiated SON. A.F.D.A.. Funeral Directors, 157 Magill rd- Maylands. F3253. MARGITICH.— REQUIEM MASS for the repose of the soul of the late Mr. JAMES BORNARD MARGITICH. formerly of 81 McLaren street. Adelaide, will be celebrated in St. Francis Xaviers Cathedral. Wakeneld st.. on WED NESDAY. June 3. at 8 a.m. His Funeral will leave the Cathedra at 3 p.m. for the West Terrace General Cemetery. Floral tributes to funeral parlor. 47 Wakefleld st.. before 2.30 p.m. FRANK J. SIEBERT LIMITED. Funeral Directors. 47-49 Wakefleld st. Phone C413 and C6236. 'DOWER.— THE FRIENDS of Mr. Jr henry hurtle power (formerly of Port Clinton) are re spectfully informed that the Re mains of his late beloved WIFE Lavina Charlotte were removed from his residence. 3 Levi street. Woodville West on MONDAY AFTERNOON. 1st inst.. and pri vately laid to rest in the Catholic Cemetery. Cheltenham. HAROLD J. MOOKE & SONS, Funeral Dirtcors. 228 Port road, Alberton. Phone J1057. A. GLADIOLI FLORIST, opp. North Rd. Cem Wreaths dpi. ML3145: after hours. ML1821 A. WREATHS del. UA7528 and LF4662 Golden Daffodil. 215 Unley road. Malvern. A. CARMEL FLORIST. 107 Magillrd. Wreaths del. F5019. A BETTER wreath at Viette. 414 Unley rd UA8170 UA1377 OROYDON. ELIZABETH ANN. Florists, 62 Government rd. Wreaths delivered. LU5784. HENLEY Florists. Wreaths del L8680; after hours LU5238 — MEMORIAL plates and plaques in bronze metal designed and engraved to your requirements. Lucy & Son Ltd., Adelaide Arcade IW3168I. and 18-20 Blyth st. ILA5078).
IN MEMORIAM MUNRO. — In loving memory of Dur dear Uncle Frank, who passed away June 2, 1951. — Ever remem bered. Terry. Bill, and Christine. MUNRO. Frank.— Passed away June 2. 1951.— Fondly remembered by his lovine wire and family. MUNBO.— In loving memory of Uncle Frank, passed away June 2, 1951. — Always remembered by Don. Grace and family. NOBLEY. — In memory of mother and grandma, who passed away June 2, 1919. Years roll on, memories stay, we miss you more each day. mother and grandma dear, as it dawns another year. — remembered, Lily. 'Spencer and family. NORTHCOTT. — In loving me mory of dear 'Sis.' passed away June 2. 1951.— Inserted by brother Fred. POWELL. — In loving memory of our dear husband and uncle. Bill, died June 2. 1944 He lived for those he loved. And those he loved remember. — Inserted by his loving wife, also Beck. Charlie, Doug.. Bess. Ne ville, brothers-in-law Ted. Lin; sisters-in-law Blanche. Ell. POWELL, Samuel Charles.— In loving memory of dear dad. passed away June 2. 1952.— Ever remem bered by Ern and Harold and families. RIMMER.— Loving thoughts of mother, who passed away seven years today. Sunshine passes, shadows fall, but loving memories outlast all.— Remembered by Lill. Nell and Rube. ROBERTSON.— In loving me mory of our dear son and brother Clive, passed away June 2. 1928. Beautiful memories, dearer than gold, of a son and brother whose worth can never be told.— Lov- ingly rememoered by mother, ather, brother. Allen and sister (Bub). RUSSELL.— In loving memory of Patrick Thomas Russell, died une 2. 1937.— Ever remembered by his wife and daughter. STENTIFORD. Nicholas. — Passed away June 2. 1948.— Ever remembered by his wife and daughter. STEWART.— In loving memory of our dear husband and father, lenry. who passed away on June 2. 1946. A thought for today. A .memory for ever. —Inserted by his loving wife and sons. STEWART. Henry.— In loving memory of our dear father, father-in-law, and grandfather, who passed away June 2. 1946. — Always remembered by his son Jim. daughter-in-law Mavis and grandchildren Andrea and Alan. WALLIS, Alice.— Fondest memo ries today and always of our dear mum and Nanna. passed away June 2, 1953.— Remembered by May and Rosemary. WARNER.— In loving remem brance of our dear mother, who passed away June 2, 1950. R.I.P. A thousand sweet memories are holding her here, In the home that she blessed with her presence so dear.
how dearly we loved her. how dear to us still. But in grief we must bend to God's Holy will. —Sadly missed by her loving daughter Decima and George. WARNER. — In loving memory Qf my darling mother, who passed away June 2, 1950. R.I.P. You left a beautiful memory. A sorrow too great to be told. But- to us who loved and lost you Your memory will never grow old. —Sadly missed and longed for al ways by your loving daughter Ruby* and son-in-law Humphrey. WARNER ? In loving memory of my dear Nanna. who passed away three years ago today. RJ.P. ^orget you. Nanna. I never will. For in my heart you're with me still. — Always remembered by your loving grandson Robert. WARNER. — In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away June 2. 1950. Beautiful memories, dearer than gold. Ol a mother whose worth can never be told. — oadly missed by Stan and Connie. . WHITE (nee Mercer).— Nine sad long years have passed. A smiling face, a heart of gold Are the memories dear we will always hold. The sorrow we feel words cannot explain; The ache in our hearts will al ways remain One of the best in every way. Loved and missed more every day. — Always longed for by her lov ing daughter Barbara, mother, father, sisters, brothers. WHITE (nee Mercer).— In lov ing memory of dear sister, who passed away June 2. 1946. Beautiful memories, silently kept. Of a dear sister we will never foreet. —Ever remembered by sister Rhonda and brother-in-law Rex. WHITE mee Mercer).— In lov ine memory of our sister and auntie. Jean, who passed away June 2. 1944. Too dearly loved ever to be for gotten. Mavis, brother-in-law Charles and nephew David. WHITE. — In loving memory of Jean, sister and auntie, passed away June 2. 1944. You left us suddenly, your last thoughts unknown. But you left us memories we are all proud to own. —Always remembered by her brother. sister-in-law and aephewi. WHITE. — In loving memory of cousin. Jean. Golden memories, silently kept for ever. — Always remembered by Harry and Ted Thompson. WHITE. 'Jock.'— Loved grand pa of John and Ronald. Just the.se few words, sincere and true. To show, dear one. we still re member you. — Val. WHITE. W. M. Uockl.— In sad but affectionate remembrance of our loving husband and father, died June 2. 1944— Longed for al ways by lovine wife. sons, daugh ters and grandchildren WHITTINGTON.— Fond memo ries of dad. died June 2. 1946. — Ever in our thoughts. Res. Mavis and children.
FUNERAL NOTICES DBRISSA.— THE FRIENDS of the O late Mr. GIGLIO ALLEGRO 3BRISSA. late of River road. Lock eys. are respectfully informed that his Funeral will leave the Funeral Parlors. 47 Wakefleld street, on WEDNESDAY, at 10.45 a.m.. for 5t. Patrick's Church. Grote street. :hence for the Catholic Section of ;he Cheltenham Cemetery. FRANK J. SIEBERT LIMITED, Funeral Directors, 47-49 Wakefield street. Phone C413, and C6236. UHIELD.— THE FRIENDS of the O late Mrs. THELMA .JESSIE SHIELD ire respectfully informed that her Remains were privately interred in the Cheltenham/Ceme tery on MONDAY AFTERNOON. H. BOWER. Funeral Director. 22 Henley Beach road. Mile End. F. W. Blackwell Ltd.. Proptrs. SPENCER.— THE FRIENDS of the late Miss AMY SARAH SPENCER are respectfully in formed that her Funeral will leave her late re sidence. 20 Barnes avenue. Magill. TOMORROW (WEDNESDAY), at 11.30 a.m.. for the Magill Ceme tery. W. WILLIAMSON &. SON. Funeral Directors. 124 Wellington road. Payneham. FA1707. „_ AIR FORCE FUNERAL. '?|'*HOMPSON.— THE FRIENDS of 1 the late L.A.C. RAYMOND CHARLES THOMPSON (late No. 34 Squadron. R.A.A.F.. Mallalal are respectfully informed that his Funeral will leave the Chapel of the Repatriation General Hospital, Springoank, on WEDNESDAY, after service commencing at 2 p.m for the Centennial Park Cemetery. W. NOAL & SONS IA.F.D.A.I. Funeral Directors 227 Parade. Norwood. Ph. F5109. VENDALL.— THE FRIENDS of X Mr. and Mrs. GORDON LES TER YENDALL. of 182 Lacey street. Whyalla. are respectfully informed that the Funeral of their late beloved ONLY SON (Lladney Gordon) will leave our private parlor. Whyalla, THIS DAY (Tuesday!, at 4.30 p.m., for the Whyalla Cemetery. HAROLD F. WOOD Sz SONS. A.F.D.A.. Funeral Directors, Whyalla. Phone 134. A. BLUE ORCHID Kosh Park. Wreaths del. F3750. all hours. 'RON TON Florist, aiandore U O Forest I.F1584. LUSUR' ? PENGILLY'S floral wreaths. 47 Grote st. C2108; after hours, LU5629. ? « ? H. W. SALMON. Monumental Masons. 3 Ballara st.. Mile End. LU7027. all hours ?