BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS Kot exceeding 4 lines, 2/6: each addi tional Une. 1/-: maximum 6 Unes. BIRTHS BLACKWELL.—On November 30 to Dorothy, wife of Ron. Blackwell, of Bor- dertown—a daughter. BUTLER (nee Nora Grace). —On De- cember 1, at Wolverton Hospital, Sema- phore, to wife of Dvr. Robert Butler, A.M.F.—a son. BURROWS (nee Mary Sattery)—On Nov. 28, at Riverton Memorial Hospital, to the wife of J. J. Burrows—a son (John Richards). COTCHETT.—On December 1 at Cal- vary Hospital, to Kathlene, wife of James Cotchett—a daughter. DEMPSTER (nee Doyle).—On November 30, at Ashford Private Hospital, to Doro- thy, wife of Don Dempster—a son (Dean Raymond). Special thanks to Dr. Yeat- man and staff. No visitors for 7 days. DODGE (nee Cassels).—On November 28. at Rowan, to Helen and Bill—a son. FREEMAN.—At private hospital. Bris bane, to Joan, wife or Noel. R.A_4.F a daughter Both well. HIGGINS.—On November 30, at Park Ter. Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Hlgglns—a son (Richard John I. MeKENZIE (mcc Betty Dawe).—To Sergeant and Mrs. D. J. McKenzie. BAA P.. Corowa. N.S.W.. formerly Bar men—a son (lan James). HOWE (mcc Gale).—On December 1. at G.YJ>. Hospital. Yorketown, to Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Rowe. of Warooka—a son. SHEPHERD (nee Bonnie Bowker).—On December 2. at Calvary Hospital, to the wife of Neville C. Shepherd—a son. WILD.—On December 2. at Patawllya Hospital. Glenelg. to Cpl. and Mrs. Walter Wyld—? daughter. MARRIAGES BLACKMORE—BUTTON.—On Nov. 30, at St. Ignatius'. Norwood, the marriage was solemnised of Catherine M, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hutton, Pros pect, to Pte. Colin P. (AXF.i. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Blackmore, Norwood BLOOMFIELD—ALLEN.—On Nov. 30, at Murray Bridge Methodist Ch., by Rev. Frith, the marriage was celebrated of Phyllis, daughter of Mr.-Mrs. R. W. Allen, Murray Bridge, to Frank (A.I.F.) son Mr.-Mrs. E. Bloomfield, Coomandook. DENT—LECKIE.—The marriage of Lolo Doris Eveline, daughter of late W A. Leckie and Mrs. J. Harrod. to Gordon Lloyd (2nd AXF, returned). A-AJt.C, aon Mr.-Mrs. A. G. Dent, Ballarat. Vic, was selemnlsed at Adelaide, Nov. 30. HANCOCK—WILLIAMS.—The mar riage of Marion C, daughter Mr.-Mrs. N. C. Williams, Norwood, to Colin R, son Mr.-Mrs. E. R. Hancock. Adelaide, was celebrated Oct. 10 at bride's home, by Rev. O. L. LocMey. NEWMAN—PFEIFFER.—On November 28, at St. Barnabas, Croydon, Dulcie Doreen, only daughter Mr.-Mrs. C. B. Ptelffer. Nurfootpa. to Alexander. RJULF, third son Mr.-Mrs. H D. Newman. Wil llamstown. Vie SILVER WEDDING PHTLUPS.—Mr.-Mrs. W. J. Phillips, cf Southwark, wish to announce the 25th anniversary of their marriage, which was solemnised at Crystal Brook. Dec 4, 1917. by Rev. Gunter. APPROACHING MARRIAGES BRADLEY—MITCHEU Marriage of Roma, younger daughter Sgt.-Mrs. G. H. Bradley. Reade Pk, to Sgt. John Mit chell, AXF, eldest son Mr.-Mrs. M. Mitchell. St. Leonards, will be solem nised at Pirie St. Metbo. Ch.. Dec 5. 4 pan BELLOW—MORRISSEY The mar xlage of Reta, only daughter of Mr.-Mrs. "W. Dellow. Woodville. to James. AXF, only son Mrs. B. Morrissey. Brisbane, win be solemnised at St. Margaret's. Woodville. on Dec 5. 4 pjn. HAKMEm—FRANCIS.—The marriage of Dulcie J, third daughter of Mr.-Mrs. James Harmer. Arthurton, to Tpr. Robert <AXP.>. eldest son Mr.-Mrs. William Francis. Price, at Arthur Methodist Cbnn-h Satnrday. Dec 5. at 8. LINES—BURGESS.—The marriage of Thelma M, daughter Mr.-Mrs. A. M. Lines, Pennington, to Stanley W., son Mr. T. G. Burgess and late Mrs. Burgess. Henley Beach, will be solemnised St. George's. Alberton. Dec 5. 7 pm. . MENZIE—HUDDY.—The marriage of Olive, daughter Mr and late Mrs. J. Menzle, Mimrtalla, to Cpl. James (AXF.). son Mr.-Mrs. O. Huddy. Cowan dilla win be ?nl?mnicrt Mundalla Metho dist Ch, Dec. 5. at 7.30 pjn. MOUNSEY—JOHNS.—Dorothy E, sec ond daughter Mr.& Mrs. N. J. Mounsey. Norwood, to Spr. Sydney G. (A.LF). only son Mrs. E. M. Johns. Norwood, and late Mr. S. G. Johns, solemnised St. Bartholo mew's. Norwood. December 5, 7 pm. PALMER—HIGGINS.—The marriage of Shirley, daughter Mr.-Mrs. G. B Palmer. Glandore, to Douglas Royston, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Higgins Frederick St., Unley, will be solemnised Parkside West Meth. Ch, Young St, Dec. 5. 7 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS ATKINSON—WAY.—The engagement announced of Gladdas E third daughter ol Mr.-Mrs. T. H Atkinson, Cambrai. to Pte. Walter J. R, only son Mr.-Mrs W. W. Way. Prospect Park- COLLINS—MANSFTELD.—The engage ment is announced of Margaret, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Collins, of Glenelg. to Gunner Ken Mansfield. ?aXF, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Mansfield. FULLER—ATKMAN. —The engagement Is announced of Joan, youngest daughter of Mr, and late Mis. G. Fmkr.-to Keith. of RJLK, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Afttnan both of Glenelg. - HURLEY—COTTON.—The engagement js announced of Joyce M, second daugh ter of Mr.-Mrs. O. L. Hurley. Semaphore, to Alan G, only son Mr.-Mrs. A. Cotton, * aTDRREN—-BLENKTRON.—The engage ment Is annooneed of Dorothy, only daughter of Mr.-Mrs. A. E. Hurren. Cot tonvOle, to Ivan (RJLAo 7.). second son of Mr.-Mrs. F. W. Blenkiron, Lameroo. MAT—COKNOW.—The' engagement Is announced of Kathleen, only daughter ol Mr.-Mrs. P. Mar Kalangadoo. to Edward. second eldest son Mrs. and late Mr. W B. Cumow. of RUburn. MUSTAN—GRAHAM. — The engage ment is announced of Eminar Lavina, second daughter or Mr.-Mrs. M. Mustan. to Pte. James Herbert, third son of Mr- Mrs. J. M. Graham, of Beltana. TDBNER—JOHNSON.—The engage ment Is announced of Erica Ruth, only daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. Eric Turner, of Blytbwood rd, Torrens Park, to AXU Clarence Johnson (R A.AF).
BIRTHDATS Mrs. T. Bayward. M) Cedar ay, Brigh ton (89 yrs): Miss Merle Johnson. 5: Pulsford rd. Prospect: Miss Menu Pud ney. Grey ter.. Gray Town (21 yrs.) "Cheerios"—John W. Rowe, Glouceste et, Largs Bay; Rhonda Burr. 29 Cumim st. Mile End: Robin Genders, Buna Mabel Harden. Quorn. DEATHS COLLINS.—On December 1. at his rest dence, 17 George St.. Parkr'<*.e. Frederic! Collins, aged 80 years. COUSTn.—On November 30. at thi Mount Gambler General Hospital, Johi Sydney Allen, the dearly beloved husbani of mian Beryl Cousin, of Bute, aged 61 years. DONSBERG.—On Dec 2, at Adelaide Louis A, husband of late Louisa S. Dons berg. Wakefield st, Kent Town, and fatfae of Wmmif. Len. Phyllis (Mrs. N. Lucas) WOi. grandfather of Patricia and Paul aged 67. A patient sufferer at rest. DUDLEY.—On Dec. 1. at residenct Prospect rd. Prospect Est, Charles Bus sell, beloved husband Hilda, and fathe Clarrie, Bert, Guildford (deceased), an Mrs. E. F. Both. Plympton. Aged 77 yn GEBHARDT.—December 2, at her residence, 21 Charles street, Norwood, Eliza Shore, loved wife of the late C. E Gebhardt. and loving mother of Victoria, Frances, Herman, and the late Albert aged 84 years. A patient sufferer at rest. HAESE.—On December 2 (suddenly! Susanna Antonie. beloved wife of Ems A. W. Haese, of Lindsay street. Victo Harbor, aged 51 years. HENNESSY.—On Dec. 1. Margare Anne, beloved wife of John Hennessj Arthur st, Unley. loving mother Georgi Victoria. Dr. Hennessy. England, an Eileen (Mrs. Short), also Sgt. John, dcci Cist AXF.). aged 76. RXP. HYDE.—On December 2. at bis res] dence, 160 East terrace, Adelaide. Charle Thomas Hyde, aged 81 years. MAHONEY.—On December 2. at his late residence. Hill st, Gawler South Thomas Daniels, beloved husband of Daisy Florence Mahoney: aged 53 years R.I.P MEAKTNS. —On December 2. at Flax man Valley. Walter Meaklns, beloved hus band of Mary Meaklns: aged 79 years. PFEIFFER.—On November 28. i Light's Pass. Louise WUhelmine. wldo of Jobann August Pfeiffrr Aged 80 year Home at last REED.—At nospuai. December 1. EUe Avrll. dearly loved twin daughter of Sgi and Mrs. Hartley Maxwell Reed, dearl loved little sister of Donna. Janet. Maxim end twin sister Alison Aged 7 months STAGBOUER. —On December 2, at Maitland, Arthur Edward, dearly loved husband of Emily Stagbouer, aged 62 years. DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE "At the going down of the sun and 1 the morning we will remember them. GROTH.—Just a tribute to our dec brother Rex. who made the supreme sat Tiflce In Egypt. September 28. Some da we'll meet again —Always remembered t Peter (AJ.F rotiimedi and Crawfor (RU.FI NOACK.—Ktllec in Egypt. Oct. 31. Sll Arthur Noack— Ahray? rrmrrabered b Mr. and Mrs R. Mertin NOACK.—In loving tribute to Arthu killed in Egypt. Oct 3J.— Ever remen bered by Herb Mertin. IDE.—Killed In action in Egypt. Oc 31. Sgt. Ron Ide. son of Mr.-Mrs. H. Id Geranium, aged 28 yrs. Greater love hal no man than be lay down his life f< his friends NOACK.—A loving tribute to del Arthur, killed in action in Egypt. Oc 31. Sadly missed.—Ever remembered t his sister and brother-in-law. Lydia at John Nolan. PASCO. —In loving tribute to Pte. Jack B. Pasco, AIF, died of wounds in New Guinea on November 25.—Will always be remembered by bis loving pal, S' Irlev PASCO.—A loving tribute to Jack, die of wounds. Nov. 25. —Ever remembered by Aunty Sloan. St. Peters. PLENTY.—In fond memory of my dear Pal Pte. E F (Frank) Plenty. A.I.F Killed In action. Egypt, Oct. 24.—Ever remembered by his PAL- Bob Charlesworth Port Moresby. WILSON.—In proud and lovlt memory of Pte. Arthur Wilson, aged S years, killed in action. Egypt. October 3 —Inserted by his loving brother Bi (R.A.N.) and sister-in-law Ruby, Me bourne.