BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, DEATHS Not exceeding 4 Unes. 2/6: each addi tional Une. 11-; maximum 6 lines. BIRTHS ANDERSON (nee Allgood). —On April 18, at Sister Rutherford's, Semaphore —a son (John William). Both well. Thanks to Dr. Chandler and Sister Rutherford. ABOTOMEY (nee Rae Smith). —April 19, at Lynette, Glen Osmond rd., wife of Keith Abotomey, of Frewville —a daugh- ter (Jilllan Kay). Both well. AMBROSE-PEARCE (nee Gwen Clough). —On April 17, at Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ambrose-Pearce, of Ovingham Park—a son (Robert Stanley). AGETT (nee Wyatt). —On April 16, at Unley Private Hospital, to Betty, wife of Pte. W. K. Agett, A.I.F. —a son. Both well. Thanking Dr. Burnard and hospital staff. AIR (nee Oakes). —On April 17, to Alice and Vic—a son Both well. BERKSHIRE. —To Betty and Jack—a son (John Edgar), on April 7, at S.C.D.H. Thanking Dr. Shipway and staff. BRIMBLECOMBE (nee Martin). —On April 17, to Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Brimble combe, Balfour st., Prospect—a daughter (Beverly Dawn). Thanking Dr. West, Sister O'Brien, staff Northern Hospital. BOYCE (nee Trembath). —On April 16, at Allawah, to Nance, wife of Lloyd Boyce —twin sons. Thanking Dr. Cherry, Sister Barry and staff. CHITTOCK (nee Lorna Kelly). —On April 14, at Wolverton Private Hospital, to Lorna, wife of Fred Chittock, of Allenby Gardens—a daughter (Deanne). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Bollen and hospltal staff. CLARKE (nee Sylvia Cheney). —On April 16, at Berklea, Prospect, to Mr. and Mrs. Colin Clarke—a daughter (San- dra Marguerite). DAY. —On April 19, at Victor Harbor, to the wife of Flying Officer C. R. Day— a son. GRUBB. — On April 16, at Unley Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Grubb, of Mitcham Estate—a son (Dennis Alan). Both well. GREEN (nee Symons). —On April 17, to Joyce, wife of D. G. Green, of Hamley Bridge—a son (Robert Gordon). KUMNICK. —On April 6, to Mr. and Mrs. B. Kumnick—a son (Kerry Wayne). LEAK. —On April 15, at Park Terrace Private Hospital, to Barbara, wife of Sub- Lieutenant B. H. Leak—a daughter. PARISH. —At Barmera, on April 13, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Parish —a son. PEARCE. —At Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, on April 14, to Mona, wife of Ken H. Pearce—a son. SQUIRE. —At Clarendon Hospital, on March 23, to the wife of Sid Squire, Mea dows—a son (Nigel Frank). SCHULTZ. —On April 10, at Cleve Hos- pital, to Mr. and Mrs. C. Schultz, Lock— a daughter (Beverley Joan). Thanking Dr. Clarkson and hospital staff. TAPLIN. —On April 16, at Park Terrace Private Hospital, to Audine, wife of G. E. Taplin (R.A.A.F.)—a daughter (Rose mary). Thanking Dr. Bennett, Sister Trevena, and hospital staff. TEMPERLY. —On April 5, at Allawah Private Hospital, Canberra, to Joan, wife of F. W. Temperly—a son (John Frede rick). TAYLOR (nee Wills). —On April 17, at Calvary, to Mavis, wife of Thomas Taylor —a bonny son (Peter John). Both well. MARRIAGES CARPENTERBRUMBY. — Marriage celebrated Apr. 17, Pirie St. Meth. Ch., of Reta M. Brumby, Cherry Gardens, only daughter Mr.-Mrs. G. Brumby, to W.O.1 Robert C., only son Mr.-Mrs. C. N. Carpen- ter, Edwardstown. Rev. Crossley officiated. ENGLISON—HARRY. —The marriage of Barbara, only child Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Harry, Norwood, to Pte. William, second son Mrs. and the late Mr. S. A Englison, Magill, was solemnised at Clayton Church, Norwood, April 17. PENNYCUICK —BALDWIN. —The mar- riage of Eva, only daughter of Mr.-Mrs. S. J. Baldwin, Jervois, to Warwick (A.M.F.), youngest son Mr.-late Mrs. K. C. Pennycuick, Nth. Adelaide, at the Tailem Bend Meth. Church, April 10. GOLDEN WEDDING KELLER —WECKERT. —Mr. and Mrs. J. Keller, Nuriootpa, announce the 50th anniversary of their wedding, solemnised at the Lutheran Church, Parrot Hill, by the late Pastor F. A. Hossfeld, April 20, 1893. Present address. Nuriootpa. SILVER WEDDINGS LEAVES —HORSEMAN. —Mr. and Mrs. A. Leaves announce the 25th anniversary of their marriage, solemnised at St. James's Church of England, West Ade laide, on April 20, 1918. HALL —LOGAN. —Mr.-Mrs. W. H. Hall, of "The Avenue," Strathalbyn, announce the 25th anniversary of their marriage, celebrated at Prospect Park, April 20, 1918, by the Rev. D. McDiarmid. APPROACHING MARRIAGES BOON —ELDRIDGE. — Marriage of Joan, daughter Mr.-Mrs. E. Boon, Black- wood (late Grange), to A.B. Leslie (R.A.N. ret.), son Capt.-Mrs. C. C. Eldridge, Hen- ley Beach, will be solemnised Henley Cong. Temple, Monday, April 26, 7 p.m. COOK —CLARKE. —Marriage of Vera, youngest daughter of Mr.-Mrs. P. Cook. Osborne, to Alfred (R.A.N.), eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. S. A. Clarke, Payneham, will be solemnlsed at St. Bede's, Semaphore, April 24, 4.30 p.m. DINNING —GOSS. —The marriage of Mabel May, daughter of Mr.-Mrs. J. Barr, Ethelton, and the late Mr. S. Dinning, of Berri, to Eric Stanley, son of Mr.-Mrs. G. Goss, Prospect, will be solemnised at St. Bede's Semaphore, April 24, at 6.30. ERRINGTON —AMEY. — The marriage of Joe, only daughter Mr.-Mrs. Errington, Wayville, to Pay Lieut. C. D. Amey, R.A.N.R., eldest son Mrs. M. Amey, and late Mr. Amey, Norwood, will be solemn- ised Holy Trinity, Wed., Apl. 21, 7.30 p.m. FISHER —EAGLETON. —The marriage of Ruth Linda, elder daughter Mr.-Mrs. C. V. Fisher, of Martin avenue, Fitzroy, to Mr. Gordon P. Eagleton, of Rose ter race, Wayville, will be solemnised Chris tadelphian Temple, April 21, 7 p.m. GREGORY —PRYOR. —Marriage of Rita E., daughter Mrs. L. M. Gregory and late R. L. Gregory, to Gordon A., son Mrs. B Pryor, and late L. Pryor, will be solemn ised Moonta Meth. Church, by Rev. French, Thurs, April 22, 2.30 p.m. GLAETZER —AITCHISON. —The mar riage of Margaret, daughter Mr.-Mrs O. Glaetzer, Hyde Park, to Lieut. J. F. W. Aitchison (A.I.F.), son Mr.-Mrs. J. Ait chison, Parkside, be solemnised Parkside Baptist Ch., Young st., 7.30 p.m., Apl. 22. GABELL —HUTCHINSON. —The mar riage of Amy, only daughter of Mr.-Mrs. P. W. Gabell, Holmesdale, to Albert Stan ley (A.I.F.), eldest son of Mr.-Mrs. V. S. Hutchinson, Maylands, will be solemnised at Norwood Baptist Ch., Apl. 20, 7.30 p.m. HOOK —LONG. —The marriage of Phyl lis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Hook, Ashton, to Colin, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Long, of Brisbane, Qld., will be solemnised Scots Church, North ter., April 24, 6 p.m. ASHENDEN —JENNINGS. —The mar riage of Vera, daughter Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Ashenden, to George H., son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Jennings, both of Renmark, will be solemnised in Methodist Church, Ren mark, on April 24, at 7.30 p.m. MARK —WOOLCOCK. — Marriage of Thelma Doreen, daughter Mr. W. A. Mark, Pt. Pirie, and late Mrs. Mark, to Pte. Leonard Woolcock, A.I.F., son Mrs. Wool cock, Kadina, be solemnised Pirie St. Meth. Church, Sat., April 24, 7.45 p.m. MIELL —KNOWLES. —The marriage of Betty June, daughter Mr.-Mrs. T. P Miell, Rosewater, to Allan Ross, son Mrs. R. L. Knowles, Croydon, and late W. H. Knowles, will be solemnised at Alberton Baptist Church, Thurs., April 22, 8 p.m. PRIDEAUX —HOLMAN. —The marriage of Barbara Joy, only child Mr.-Mrs. W. Prideaux, Pt. Adel., to Ronald, elder son Mr.-Mrs. A. Holman, Cheltenham, will be solemnised at Pt. Adel. Presbyterian Church, Sat, April 24, 6.30 p.m. SMEE —HITCH. —The marriage of Maud, daughter of Mrs. R. A. and the late Mr. R. A. Smee, London, to Roy, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hitch, of Adelaide, will be solemnised at Holy Trinity, North ter., 5.30 p.m., April 24. WOODHOUSE —SHARP. —The marriage of Jean Patricia, only daughter Mr.-Mrs. George Woodhouse, Renown Park to Driver Leslie Jack (A.I.F.), son Mr.-Mrs. R. S. Sharp, Kilkenny, will be solemnised Pirie St. Methodist, 7.15. April 27. WARD —TOWNLEY. —The marriage of Ruby, daughter Mrs. A. M. Ward and late Mr. Ward, Adelaide, to Pte. L. J. Town ley, returned, son Mrs. O. M. Townley and late Mr. J. Townley, Barmera, will be solemnised Ifould st., City, Apl. 24, 7 p.m. DOUBLE WEDDING SCHULZE —BONHAM. —The marriage of Dorothy, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. L Schulze, of Waikerie, to Cpl. Lancelot Bonham, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Bonham, of St. Peters, at Waikerie Methodist Church, April 24, at 7 p.m. BIDDLE —SCHULZE. —The marriage of Thelma, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Biddle, to Edgar, son of Mr. and Mrs. Schulze, both of Waikerie, will be solem nised at the Waikerie Methodist Church, Saturday, April 24, at 7 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS BRAMPTON —STAPLE. —The engage ment is announced of Jean, youngest daughter Mr.-Mrs. W. Brampton, to L. Stoker Ray Staple (R.A. Navy), son Mr.- Mrs. N. Staple, both of Semaphore. CLARK —CHAPMAN. —The engagement is announced of Kathleen Clark, of Gaw ler, to Colin, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs B. F. Chapman, of Salisbury. CLARK —CARTER. —The engagement is announced of Ida E. Clack, second daughter Mrs. and late Mr. A. G. Clack, Gladstone, to Jack, third son Mr.-Mrs. P. W. Carter, Roseworthy. DOWLING —KING. —The engagement is announced of Eileen, third daughter Mr. and Mrs. George Dowling, 2 Duffy street, Port Pirie, to L.A.C. Alec King (R.A.A.F.), third son Mr.-Mrs. J. W. King, Federation road, Port Pirie. HUGHES —WILKINSON. —The engage ment is announced of Alice Joan, elder daughter Mr.-Mrs. C. J. Hughes, of North Glenelg, to Sig. Frederick James (A.I.F., New Guinea), eldest son Mr.-Mrs. J. D. Wilkinson, of Carnegie, Victoria. MOXHAM —EARL. —Engagement an nounced of Mable Thetis (W.A.A.F.), eldest daughter of Mr.-Mrs. H. Moxham, of Meadows, South Australia, to Corporal George Palmer Earl (R.A.A.F.), only son of Mr.-Mrs. E. Earl, Oaklelgh, Vic. MAUGER —ALLEN. —Mr.-Mrs. Alf Mauger, 10 Muriel st., Prospect, announce the engagement of their only daughter Jessie, to Private R. W. Allen, D.C.M. (A.I.F.), youngest son Mrs. and late Mr. T. W. Allen, First av., Sefton Park. MORRISSEY —DAY. —The engagement is announced of Imelda June, youngest daughter of Mr.-Mrs. F Morrissey, of Wood st., Millswood, to Anthony Richard, third son of Mr.-Mrs. A. G. Day. Ed wardstown.
ENGAGEMENTS NOBLE —PENGLASE. — The engage ment is announced ofJean, elder daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Noble, of Whyalla, to Lloyd, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. P. T. Penglase, also of Whyalla. VICTOR —LEHMANN. — The engage ment is announced of Olive, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor, Wallaroo Mines, to Laurie, son of Mr. and late Mrs. Leh mann, of Nuriootpa. WAYE— SCHAHINGER. — Engagement announced of Betty Atkinson, only daughter of Lieut. and Mrs R. D. Waye, Deepdene av., Westbourne Pk., to Sgt. Douglas Edward, son of Mr.-Mrs. R. Schahinger, Elmo av., Westbourne Pk. WHITTNEY —STRICKLAND. —The en gagement is announced of Betty, only child Mr. and late Mrs. P. V. Whittney, 303 King William St. Adelaide, to Keith (R.A.A.F.), only son Mr.and Mrs. H. Strick land, Auburn, New South Wales. WOOD —RITTER. —The engagement is announced of Grace, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Wood, Hill River, Clare, to Russell (R.A.N.), youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Ritter, Moonta Bay. BIRTHDAYS Mr. A. L. Brook, McHenry St., Murray Bridge. "Cheerios" —Shirley Heath, Buckleboo: Miss Erna Dolling, Box 41. Snowtown: Mrs. A. Paech, The Grange, Worcester. ANDERSON. —On April 17, Robert D. Anderson, of Helmsdale, husband of the late Mary Anderson, father of Ross, Jean (Mrs. F. C. Barter) and Dorothy. At rest. BLIGHT. —On April 19, at Booleroo Centre Hospital, Eliza, wile of J. Blight. Wirrabara, mother of Florrie, Violet, Max, Grant. Aged 54 years. BRITTEN-JONES. —Ansell Edward (Sergeant Pilot) , only son of Ansell and Kathleen Britten-Jones, of Grandview Grove, Toorak Gardens. Aged 21 years. CASE. —On April 18, at hospital, Lind say Francis, dearly beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Case, of Mount Gambier. Aged 29 years. CARTER. —On April 19, at Adelaide (result of accident), Clalr Hicks, loved husband of May L, Carter, of Lower Light, and late of Lyrup. and loving father of three sons and three daugh- ters. Aged 56 years. CORSTON. —On April 18, at her daugh- ter's residence, Mrs. W. S. Goudie, 409 Military road, Large Bay, Louisa, widow of the late Captain W. B. Corston, leaving two sons and two daughters. In her 96th year. GILLATLY. —On April 18, Richard, the beloved brother of Charlotte Gillatly, of Swigg street. Birkenhead. Aged 87 years. At rest. HALE. —On April 18, at the Renmark Hospital, Bertha Jane, dearly beloved wife of Frank Hale, of Renmark, and loving mother of Bertha, Lex, Henry and Roy and six grandchildren. Aged 68 years. JEFFERY. —On April 15, at Farrell Flat, Mark, beloved husband of Eleanor, and loving father of Doris and Len. Aged 72 years. McKITTRICK. —On April 18, at Perth, W.A., George, brother of H. G. McKit- trlck, Medindie, and Mrs. A. D. Mathe- son, Strathalbyn. McGUIRE. —On April 18, at private Hospital, Frederick, dearly beloved hus- band of Beatrice McGuire, of Balkwell, North Shields, England. Aged 28 years. Requiescat in pace. McINNNES. —On April 19, at his late residence, No. 121 Bower road, Ethelton, Charles, dearly beloved husband of Etty Mclnne, and loving step-father of John Hamilton. Aged 76 years. Requiescat in pace. MUEGGE. —On April 17, at Nhill Hos- pital, Victoria, Harry, eldest son of the late Mr. Muegge, Sandy Creek. S.A., and loving daddy of Joy. PETERS. —On April 10, at Riverton, Billy, devoted brother of Hazel Allen, Slade street Murray Bridge. Resting, after 28 years of painful suffering. RAE. —On April 18, at a private hos- pital, Sydney Hewett, beloved husband of Gertie Rae, and loving father of Kath- leen (Mrs. Milton Payne, Cambrei). Aged 84 years. SCHULZ. —J. G., of Swan Reach, be- loved husband of M. A. Schulz, father of Gwen and Hartley. SHARP. —On April 19, at a private hos- pital, Jessie Mary, youngest daughter of Louisa and the late W. F. Sharp, of 12 Brunswick St., North Walkerville, and late of Woodville. Sadly missed and loved by all. TAYLOR. —On April 19, at her resi- dence, 77 Pelham street, Ethelton, Mary Martha Taylor, beloved wife of the late John Thomas Taylor, of 77 Pelham street, Ethelton. Aged 83 years. Requiescat in pace. WAUCHOPE. —On April 18, at resi- dence of his brother-in-law, Captain E. J. Wright, Close street, Sandwell, Andrew Patrick, beloved husband late Muriel Clarice Wauchope, and father Charlotte, Harold, Arch, Alan and David. Aged 66. WEDEMEYER. —On April 18, Emllie Helene, of 27 Seventh avenue, St. Peters, dearly beloved aunt of Rita and Carl Jacobsen, of 97 Angove street, North Perth. WARREN. —On April 19 (suddenly), at the residence of her daughter (Mrs. E. W. Woolard), 99a Glen Osmond rd., East- wood, Elizabeth Elen Warren, beloved mother of Ethel, Jim, Fred, Vic., Amy, Doris, Ella and Harry. Aged 80 yeayears. WATTERS. —On April 19, at the Curra- mulka Hospital, after a short illness, William Stanley, dearly beloved husband of Alice Maud (Dot). In his 62nd year. Loved by all. WALTER. —On April 17, at Pine Park, Laura, Marie Elizabeth, relict of Paul Walter. Aged 92 years. DIED ON ACTIVE SERVICE "At the going down of the sun and In the morning we will remember them" AMOS. —On April 7. at hospital. Parma. Italy, whilst P.O.W., Sgt. John Edgar Amos, youngest son of late William and Sarah Amos, lite Magill. and loving bro ther of Gert. <Mrs. Harold Normani. Tork Aged 45 years. His dutv nobly done. AMOS. —On April 7. at hospital. Parma. Italy. P.O.W. Sgt. John Edgar Amos, dearly loved brother of Ivy. Mrs. Stan Norman. Tranmere. He made the supreme sacrifice. ELLIS. —Sgt. Pilot Frank Howard <R_AJLF.). dearly loved younger son of Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Ellis. Tanunda. Re sult aircraft accident. "His duty nobly done." LEWIS. "UJS.A."—To the loving memory ?l Dale, killed In action. New GInea. "No words could do full honor.' —Always remembered by Clare Thomp son and Pat Collins. HEROES OF THE EMPIRE "At the going down of the sun and tn the morning we will remember than." HOWARD. —In loving memory of my dear nephew, killed In action at Tobrnfc. April 18. 1941. Memory is the golden chain that links us till we meet again. —Remembered by Aunt Nell and family. MacNAMARA. — In loving memory of Freddie, kffled at Tobrnk, April 17. 1941. A true pal of our son. Lionel. Always in our thoughts. —Mr and Mrs. Van Den Brink and family. IN MEMORIAM ALLEN. —In loving memory our darling grandchild. Billy, aged 18 months, passed away April 21 1942. We bold you in our memory. God has you in His care. —Ever remembered by grandparents and Auntie Margaret. BREW. —Fondest memory ol our dear mother and grandmother, passed away April 20. 1926. Teals roll away, but your memory still lives in the hearts of those that loved you. —Inserted by loving daugh ter. Katie, and grandaugbter. Myrtle. BURTON. —In loving memory of mother, who passed away April 20. 1940. Deep In our hearts a memory Is kept. — Sadly missed by loving sons and daugh ters. BURTON. —In memory of my friend Mrs. Burton, passed away April 20. 1940. Sleep on. my friend, and take your rest: we mtss you most who loved you best. — Inserted by Mrs. Janet Jordan. BACH. —In loving memory of my dear mother. Without farewell she fell asleep, leaving beautiful memories for us to keep —Inserted by Geof. BACH. —Loving memories of our dear mother, who feu p*1—*!1 April 20 1942. Always loving, unselfish and kind. —Ever remembered by Audrey, son-in-law Vic BACH. —In loving memory or mother, who departed this life April 20, 1942. — Inserted by her daughter. Pblllis. and son-in-law. Fterg BACH. —In loving memory of dear mother and grandma, who passed away April 20. 1942. Resting where no shadows fall, in perfect peace she awaits us all. — Inserted by Muriel. Harold. Ron. Norm BACH. —In loving memory of dear Km. who passed away April 20. 1942. To be with us in the same old way. would be our dearest wish today Remembered by Runic and Ken. BAKER. —In loving memory of my dear daughter, who passed away at Gaw ler on April 20 1942. Deep In our hearts a memory is kept. —Ever remembered by her loving mother, brother. BAKER. —In loving memory of Ada. who passed away on April 20. 1942. Peace fully sleeping —Inserted by Doris and Les. BAKER. —In loving memory of dear Ada. who passed away April 20. 1942 Just ? thought, kind and true, to show, dear Ada, we think of you. —Inserted by Cyril. Elsie and family. BAKER. —In loving memory of my dear sister, who passed away on April 20 1942 Ever remembered. —Inserted by her loving brother. Eric. Val and children ! BAKER. —In loving memory of Ada. who passed away April 20 1342. Without farewell she fell asleep. —Inserted by her lond sisters-in-law. Ella. Clarice. Doris and Miriam BAKER. —In fond memory of our dear friend. Ada. who passed away April 20. 1942. —Ever remembered by Cele. Harry and girls. BAKER. —In memory of dear sister-in law, Ada. passed away April 20 1S42 To be with us in the same old way. would be our dearest wish today. —Ever remem bered by pat, B1U and family. BAKER. —In lovine memory ol our dear wire and mother. Ada, who passed away April 20. 1942. —Ever remembered by her loving husband Albert, and family Harvey. Eric and Maxine. BAKER. —In lovine memory ol dear Ada. who passed away on April 20. 1942 —Inserted by her mother and father-in- COATS. —in fond memory ol dad and grandpa, who passed away April 18. 1942 Remembrance is tbe golden chain time tries to break, but tries in vain. —Inserted by Sarah. Jack and Alt. CRETEN. —In loving memory or dear Ken. accidentally killed April 20. 1942 when one we loved was called away. — Inserted by his loving father, mother. sister*, brothers.
IN MEMORIAM CRETEN. —In loving memory of Ken. Til, memory fades and life departs you will live for ever in our hearts. —Inserted by Auntie Florie. Ronney. and Valma. CRETEN. —In loving memorv of Ken, accidentally killed April 20. 1942. We ' have you In our memory. God has you in His care. —Inserted by his Irlend.. K Chester and family. CRETEN. —In loving memory of my pal . Ken. who passed away April 20. 1942. result of accident. Resting where no shadows fall, in perfect peace be awaits us all. —Ever remembered by Kevin Klopp ELLIS. —Cherished memories of dear dad. who passed away April 20. 1937 Till memory fades and life depart", you will live for ever in our heart. —Sadlv missed by his loving children. ELLIS. —In fond remembrance of mv dear dad. who passed away April 20. 1937. A pleasant smile, a heart ol gold, the dearest dad a girl could have. —Sadly mis.sed by bis loving daughter. Rene. FRANKLIN. —In loving memory of my dear husband and father. Herbert, who passed away 12 years ago today. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept ol a father we loved and will never forget. GUNTER. —In loving memory of dear Dot, who pas-.ed away April 20. 1927 Always in our thoughts. —Ever remem- bered by loving mother, father. Ethel. Stan IA-t-F.i. HAMILTON. —In loving memory of our beloved wife snd mother. Margaret, wbo : passed away April 20. 1940 —Ever re membered bv her husband and daughter. HAEUSLER Loving memories ol our i darling little Jean, passed away April . 20. 1942. With so much to remember. dear, how could we ever forget?—Fondly remembered by mother, father, sisters l and brothers. HAWKINS. —In loving memoir of mother, passed away April 20. 1938. To be witb us in tbe *.**me old way irould be our deare t wish today. —Inserted by i Grace and Jean. HOMAN. —In loving memory ol mother. wbo passed away April 20. 1928. Memory . Is a golden chain that links us till we meet again. —Remembered by loving son HOMAN. —In loving memory ol my dear wife and mother, passed away April 20. 1928. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept of one we loved and will never forget. —Ever remembered bv loving hus band and family. HODGSON. —In loving memory of our dear sister Jessie, wbo passed away April 20. 1942. For ever we will remember. — Inserted bv her loving ister Eva. brother in-law Arthur, and Clarrie. HODGSON. —In loving memory ol our dear sister Jessie, who passed away April 20. 1942. Deep in our heart sweet : memories cling, the same today as yester -1 day-—Sadly missed by Nellie and May. HODGSON. —In loving memory of our dear sister Jessie, who ps sed sway Aprii ' 20. 1942. Resting in perfect peace trom an earthly suffering. —Ever remembered by Arthur, sister-in-law Edle. HODGSON. —In loving memory of our dear sister Jessie, who passed away April 20, 1942. Time takes away the edge ot grief, but memory turns back every leaf. —Inserted by Elsie and Neat. HUTCHINSON. —In remembrance of my pat Dudley, who was accidentally killed on April 20. 1942. —Inserted by his friend. Norman Eats. HUTCHINSON. —In memory of my dear pal. Spud, accidentally killd one year today. I do believe that Just the same sweet face, but giorifled Is waiting in uie Elace where we shall meet Ever remem ered Onn Rowley. HUTCHINSON. —Loving memory of dear brother Dud'ey. passed away April 20. 1942. Deep in our hearts a m mory is kept, of a brother we loved and wili never forget. —Remembered by loving brother Ross. Laurel, nephw. nieces. HUTCHINSON. —In loving memory of our dear brother Dudley, who passed away April 20. 1942. A smiling face, a heart of gold, the best brother tbis world could hold- —Always remembered by his broth, i Dick. Beilf. and children. HUTCHINSON. —In loving memory ol my dear brother Dudley, irho passed away suddenly. April 20. 1942. —Always re membered by his sister May. Tom. Arthur and Mary. HUTCHINSON. —In loving memory of dear brother Dudley, who passed away suddenly April 20. 1942. Without fare well he fell asleep, with Just sweet m ma ris* tor as to keep. —Ever remembered by loving brother Norm, Jean and Barry. HUTCHISON. —In loving mvmoi-y ol our pal. Dudley (Spud), wbo was acciden tally killed April 20. 1942. Sadly missed —Inserted by Onn Rowley. Norm Eatts. Jack Roads. JENKE. —In loving memory ol dearest aunty, passed away April 20. 1942. Al ways loving, unselfish and kind, what a beautiful memory to leave behind. —Ever remembered by ber nephews. Gordon. Dennis and Stanley. JENKE. —In loving memory of dearest sisttr. passed away ApiU 20. 1942. We loved ber dealry. but God loved ber best, we saw her suffer. God gave her rest. — Always remembered ber only sister. Hi-da. and Harry JENKE. —In loving memory of dearest mother, passed away April 20, 1942. Her kindly words, ber heart of gold, sbe was; the dearest mother the world could hold ! —Always remembered by ber sons. Jim. Son. Les. Marcus. JACQUIER. —In loving memory ot my dear brother. Birtram. who died April 20. 1940. Gone, but not forgotten by his loving sister Hannah. JACQUIER. —In loving memory ot my dear father, who passed away on April 20. 1940. A ?""*iing face, a heart of gold, the drarest dad the world could find. — Inserted by his daughter Doreen. son-in law, and grandchildren. JACQUIER. —In loving memory ol my dear husband, passed away April 20. 1940 Some day when life's Journey is ended, dear Bert, we wUI meet again. —Remem bered by his loving -wife. Ruby. JACQUIER. —In memory ol our father in-_aw and grandfather, wbo passed asray April 20, 1940. —Always remembered by Doris. Marlene. Graham. KALMS. —In loving memory or my dear mother, who passed sway on April 20. 1940. Years roil on but memories stay —Inserted by her loving daughter. Mrs Clerk. KRONCKE. —In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away April 20. 1939. God's greatest gift, remembrance —Inserted by her loving daughters. Mai sie. Mary I'V" .-.ww—in memory of mother. — Ted and family. KERSLAKE. —In memory of Jess, passed away Strathalbyn, April 20. 1942 **In a garden of memories we meet every day. —Sadly missed by mother and sister Qneenle. MITCHELL. —In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away April 20. 1942. Cays and years go past, but memory of you will always last. —Ever remembered by Flora and George. MITCHELL. —In loving memory of dear mother, wbo passed away on April 20. 1942. —Sadly missed by ber loving daugh ter Daisy and family, of Broken Hill. MITCHELL. —In loving memory of dear, mother and grandmother, who passed away April 20. 1942. "Blest are the departed.**—lnserted by Jim. Gwen. and Marie. NASH (Richard). —Loving memory of dear granddad, passed away Waikerie April 19. 1941. Deep In our heart your memory is kept, of one we loved and will never forget. —Ever remembered by granddaughters Grace and Nell. NIEMANN. —In loving memory ol dear I_il. passed away April 20. 1936. "Lov ing memories, fond and true, always re main in our hearts for you."—lnserted by loving mother, sisters, and brother.,. NIEMANN. —In memory ot mother, who passed away April 20. 1936. A silent thought brings many a tear, ol tbe one we loved so dear. —Always remembered. Jessie and Alan NIEMANN. —In memory of my dear mother. Brief is life, but love is strong —Remembered always by Margory. NIEMANN. —Loving memories ol dear mother, who passed away April 20. 1936. Missing, yes. for all the time missing, the one we love so dear. A beautiful mother. —Always remembered. Gvrcn. Bill, and son Vincent. NlEMANN. —Cherished memories of my dearest friend LU. passed away April 20, 1936. A life crowned with love shall never die. —Remembered always by Lou Smith. OWENS. —In loving memory ol Betty I_avinia, who passed peacefully away April 20, 1939. —Inserted by uncle Arthur and aunt Murine, Gwen, and Rich. OWENS. —In fond memory of dear Betty, who passed away on April 20, 1939. Deep In our hearts a memory is kept of ' one that we loved and will never forget. — Inserted by MoUie. Cbrlss. Patty, and Coll OWENS. —In fond memory of dear Betty, who passed away on April 20. 1939 With farewell she fell asleep, with beautiful memories ior us to keep. — ' Inserted by Nannie and Jim. OWENS. —In memory of Betty, passed ' away April 20. 1939. —Always remem- bered by aunty Ruby, uncle Jack and Ken. PARTRIDGE. —In loving memory of ' dear dad. who parsed away April 20. 1842 Always remembered by his loruu son. Roy. daughter-in-law. Gwen. and * giandchildren. Joan. Roy and Lou.e. Fr?_ -' ling PARTRIDGE. —In loving memory ot our dear dad and grandfather. B-nrv William, who passed away at Burra. April 20. 1942. —Inserted by bis loving son. Laurie. A.I.F ret, Claurine. and grand children. Nth Adelaide. RASMUS. —In loving memory ol our dear husband and father, who passed away on April 19. 1938. —Inserted by his loving wile and children. SIRES. —In loving memory of our dear ; husband and father, who passed away . April 19. 1928. He sleeps in God"* beau ' tiful garden, in sunshine of perfect peace. . —Inserted by his loving wife and fam.ly. and grandchildren SWAIN. —Loving memorx our dear son and brother Bruce, passed away April 20. 1939. Deep in our hearts your memory is kept, of one we loved and can ne*-er ior. . eft. —Inserted by his mummy, daddy. Shir ley and Bunnv WALKER (nee Muirhead). —In loving ? memory of -jur dear Gwen. Not Just to . day but every day. in silence we remem ber. —Inserted by loving parents. E and J Mulrhead. Norton's Summit. WHITE. —In loving memory of my dear ? husband and father, who passed away Awil 16. 1939. Remembered tor ever . In our hearts. —From his ever loving wife and family WOOD. —In loving memory of our dear lather, who passed away on April 20. 194.!. ' Calm and peaceful he Is sleeping. sn-*er rest has followed pain. —Ever remem- bered bv Bertram. Linda, and grandchild, Kenneth. WOOD. —In loving memorv of our dear father, passed away April 20,1942. Rest- ing, where no shadows fall, he awaits us all in perfect peace. —Inserted by his lov- ing daughter,Vera, and Laurence.