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authorised by the name and add res; ol the sender, and are inserted at a charge o: Two Shillings and Sixpence ? acii *rh<>n i ot exceeding five lines: over eve lines. Six pence per line. Death Advertisements in which a Funeral Announcement is made are charged loi as If the Death and Funeral ?ere separate Announcements, namelv — The Minimum charge of 2/6 and 3/4 respectively. 3n Memoriam and Death Advertisements con taining reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 each (or each deceased mentioned, as it they were lUt:nc. and separate announcements. Xngagements and Approaching Marriages ind Marriage Notices require the signature of both parties concerned BIRTHS ASTLEY. —On the 10th of March, to the wife of J. F. Astley —a daughter. BATTEN (nee Dorothy Nuske). —On the 2nd of March, at the Mannum Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Len Batten, of Wongulla —a son (Stanley Lennard Basil). BRICE (nee Sizer). —On the 4th of March, at Leaford Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Brice —a daughter (Dorothy Evelyn May). Special thanks to Dr. Southwood, Sister Hales and staff. Both well. BEARD (nee Dorothy Tucker). —On the 8th of March, at Rowan Private Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Tom Beard —a daughter (Loralle Joy). Both well. Thanking Dr. Halloran, Matron and staff. CRANNA (nee Hazel Sarre). —On the 9th of March, at Malverr Private Hospital, to the wife of R. B. Cranna—a son. No visitors until 17th March. EDWARDS. —On the 2nd of March, at the Memorial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Ed wards, of Wokurna—? son (Brian Earli. GEORGE (nee Marjorie Porter).—On the 9th of March, at Mannum Hospital, to Mx ?nd Mrs. M. J. George—a daughter (Dawn Yvonne 1. HARVEY.—On the 4th of March, at Allawah   Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Harvey. of Blrkenhead —a son (Douglas Edwin) Special thanks to Dr. Russell. Sister Marschan and staff. KERSLEY (nee Butler). —On the 7th of March, at the Hindmarsh Private Hospital. to Bar and Mrs G. V. Kersley, of Hindmarsb —a daughter (Patricia Dawn). LOGAN (nee Gleeson). —At McBride Ma- temlty Hospital, on the 6th of March, to Pearl. wife of W. Logan—a daughter (Margaretl. MOFFAT.—On the 4th of March, at the Stirling District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. MoSat —a daughter (Janice). PRIESTLEY (nee Sanderson). —On the 8th of March, at Jamestown Hospital, to Nancy. wife of R. H. (Peter) Priestley—a daughter. PHILLIPS (nee Joyce Bartlett). —On the   4th of March, at Tangil Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Phillips, 80 Salisbury street. Newport. Victoria —a son (Brian John). Both veil. TAYLOR.—On the 5th of March, at the Benmark Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. GU more Taylor, of Benmark—a daughter (Mary). Both well. WEBB.—On the 9th of March, at Park ter- rac Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Webb, ot Glen Osmond —a daughter (Bever ley Joan). MARRIAGES HISGROVE—DOUGLAS.—The marriage was celebrated on the 10th of March of Ruby. eldest'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Douglas. Benmark, to Arthur, second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Hisgrove, Renmark. Rev. Silwood officiated. LANGE—REIMERS. —On the 9th of March, at Gawler., by Rev. Presser. Ida, daughter ot Mrs. and the late Mr. Reimers, Queensland, to w?mii?i Lange, of Tanunda. MILLERD —MCFEE. —On the 18th of Feb- ruary, Clifford James Millerd. to Kathleen Mary McPhee. SANDERCOCK —ELLIS.—On the 4th of March, at Adelaide Muriel, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L Kills, ot Springbank. to Harold, third son of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. J. Saodercock. of Colonel Light Gardens. SILVER WEDDINGS ANGEL — DANIEL. On the 11th of March, 1914, at the Kulpara Methodist Church, by the Reverend S. J. Stutley, Myrtle, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Daniel, Kulpara, to Andrew Angel, fourth son of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Angel, of Kulpara. LINES—LINES.—On the 11th of March, 1914, at Appila. by Rev. R. A. Adams. Harold Robert, eldest son of the late R. Lines and Mrs. Lines, ot TJnley. to Lilian Jane, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lines. ol Prospect. Present Address. "LUydale." Laura. LAKE—McLEAN.—On the 12th of March, 1914. at Kirkcaldy road. Grange, by the Rev. D Bright. Ashford, Daisy Evans, daughter of the late John Trail and Caroline McLean, to Frederick Dredge, son of tt?£ late Samuel and Emma Mary Lake, of Alma. Present address. Owen. > MILLER—SMITH. —On the 11th of March,       1914, at Solomontown, bj the Eev. F. R. French. Gertrude Amy, youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Win. Smith, of Port Firie South, to Francis James -Leopold, third son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Chas Miller, of Solomontown. Present address. Cottell street. Port Plrie Sooth . ? .- PAICE—OSBORNE.—On the 12th of March, 1914, at Armadale Baptist Church, Victoria, by the Rev. A. Gordon, assisted by Principal Holdsworth, Nettie, elder daughter of Colonel W. H. and the late R. Osbome. of Camber well. to George, elder son of W. G. and the late J. Paice. of Blackburn, Victoria. Present address, 77 Portrush road. Monreith, SA REID—GUERIN.—On the 11th of March, 1914, a( the Presbyterian Church, Footscray. Victoria, by Rev. A. W. Butler, Rosina. second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Guerin, of Harfrhntn, to John Scarth, second son of the lata Mr. and Mrs. James Reid. Victor Harbor. Present address. Hill street. Victor Harbor. SCHOLZ—CHANDLER.—On the 11th of March. 1914. at Willochra Methodist Church. by the Rev. Henry Trewren. of Quorn. Irene Gladys, sixth daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. Chandler, of Willochra. to Charles Boxwell, second son of Mr. H. Bcholz and the late Mrs. H Scholz. of Quorn. Celebrate Druids' Hall, Torrensvllle. Present address. 30 Bagot avenue, TorrensvfUe. STEVENS—OAKLEY.—On the 11th of   March, 1914. at Methodist Church Kadina, by the Rev. A. J. Finch. Alexander J.. only son of the late Mr. and Mrs. George Stevens, Mt. Barker, to Alice R. eldest daughter ot Mrs. and the late Sydney Oakley. Kadina. APPROACHING MARRIAGES BROOMHALL—RENSHAW.—The marriage of Clare M_ second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. BroomhaU. of Forestvllle. to Arthur J, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Renshav of Wayviile. will take place at Scots Church. North terrace. Adelaide, on Saturday, the ISth ol March. 1939. at 7 p.m. Rev. N. L Webster will officiate. BUTTON—SUMMERS.—The marriage of Joyce, youngest daughter of the late Mrs. P. M. Button, late of Southwark, to Leslie Summers, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Summers, of Allenby Gardens, will be solemnised at the Salvation Army Citadel, Thebarton, on Saturday, the 18th of March. CARMAN—JOHNSTON.—The marriage of Lorna, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs J w. D. Carman, of Parilla. and M. Clyde, eldest son ot Mrs and the late Mr. H. G. Johnston. of Pinnaroo. will be solemnised in the Parilla Methodist Church on Wednesday, the 15th of March, at 7.30 p.m. COLLINS —HALL. —The marriage of Helen, youngest daughter of Mrs. E. A. Medhurst, of Prospect, and the late Mr. E. Collins, to Reginald, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Hall, of Prospect, will be solemnised at St. Cuthbert's Church of England, Prospect, on Saturday, the 18th of March, at 7 p.m. EPPS —PECKHAM.— The marriage of Vera, eldest daughter of Mrs. M. Epps and the late Mr. F. Quinlivan, of Adelaide, to Alfred, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. Peckham. of Adelaide, will be solemnised at fit. Luke's Church on Saturday, the 18th of March, at 7 D-m. Friends and relatives are cordially Invited to ceremony. No reception FESENMEYER—MERRITT.—The marriage of Dorothy Sibyl, second daughter or Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Fesenmeyer. of Adelaide, to Jack, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs V Mer ritt, of Adelaide, will be solemnised at St. Mary Magdalene's Church, Adelaide, on Saturday, the 18th of March, at 7 p.m. Friends and rela tives cordially Invited to ceremony. No recep tion. FREEZE —PHILLIPS.—The marriage ol Phyllis Agnas. second daughter of Mrs. R. XcConnell and the late Mr. N Freeze, of New Hindmarsh, to Howard Tass. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Phillips, of Hindmarsh. will be solemnised at Church of Christ. Hind marsh, on Saturday, the 18th of March, at 7 p.m. FABIAN —ABBOTT. —The marriage of Elsie Ruby (Nella), eldest daughter ol Mrs. F Coote, ol Keswlck. and the late Mr. A. J. Fabian ot Salgoorlie. to Robert Charles, twin son of' Mr. and Mrs. F. Abbott, o! Keswlck. will be solemnised at Holy Trinity Church. North terrace, on Saturday, the 18th of March, at 7 p.m No reception. GREEN—TOWNSEND. —The marriage of   Gwendoline R. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Green, of Lomond avenue. North Kensington, to R. Malcolm, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. R Townsend. of Gardiner avenue. Newstead. will be solemnised at Newstead Methodist Church on Wednesday the 15th of March, at 7.30 p m HEINKICH—SWIFT. —The marriage of Agnes, daughter ol Mr and Mrs. P. Helnrich. of Tanunda to Les J. Swift, son of Mrs. L. Swift, and the late Mr. J. W. Swift, of Red- Jem, will be celebrated at St. Augustine's Church. oalev, on Saturday, the IStb ot March, at 7 30 p.m HOWELL—WEST. —The marriage of Olive A., yuungest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Howell. of 8 Second avenue. Cheltenham, lo Cenneth. elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A_ West, of S Falrlie street. Ottoway, wO] be solemnised at St. Bede's Church. Semaphore, an Saturday, the 18th of March, at 6.25 o.nj Reception—Masonic Hall. Semaphore. HOLLEY—RANCE.—The marriage of Laurel, only daughter of Mr and Mrs. T. H. Holley. of Unley. to Mervyn. younger son of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. A. Rance, ot Plympton. will be solemnised in Unley Methodist Church, on Saturday. 18th March, at 7p m. No reception MURRAY—TURNER.—The marriage of late Mr. W. Murray, ol Mount Barker, to Clatence. son of the late Mr. and Mrs T. Turner, ol Bangor. will be solemnised at rhe Baptist Church, Mount Barker on Saturday, the 18th of March, at 7 p.m. Friends and reception.

APPROACHING MARRIAGES   MOORE—McLEOD.— The marriage of Mavis, Colonel Lisht Gardens, to Neil, second son of Mrs. and late Mr. N. McLeod. Colonel Light Gardens, will be solemnised at Maughan Church Franklin strret. on Saturday, the 18th ol March, at 7 p.m. STANCLIFFE —THOMAS.—The marriage of Elsie, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. Stan clifle of Glen Iris, Melbourne, to Keith, only son or Mr. and Mrs. F. W. R. Thomas, of Auburn, will be solemnised at Clare Methodist Church on Saturday, the 18th of March, at 6.30 p.m. SLAPE—FOREMAN. —TIie marriage of Rosa Gertrude elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Slape. of 14 Philip avenue. Knightsbridge, to Clifford Royle. second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Foreman, of Mitcham Estate, will be solemnised at Knightsbridge. Baptist church Relatives arid friends cordially invited to cere many. Reception at Balfour's. King William street. TILLEY—JONES.—The marriage of Irene, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Tllley. ol Brownhill Creek, to Keith, only son of Mrs. and the late Mr. B. Jones, of Mitcham. will be solemnised at Mitcham Baptist Church on the 18th of March, at 7.30 p.m. Relatives and friends cordially invited. No reception. TICKLE—BLATCHFORD.—The marriage of Gladys G., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Tickle, to Lloyd G., second son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Blatchford, both of Mintaro, will be solemnised in Mintaro Methodist Church on Saturday, the 18th of March, at 3.30 p.m. Reception in Kindergarten Hall. TIVER — ANGEL. The marriage of Phyllis, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Tiver, of Semaphore road, Semaphore, to Reg Angel, only son of Mr. and Mrs L. P. Angel, of Derby street, Semaphore, will be solemnised at the Methodist Church, Semaphore, on the 18th of March, at 6.45 p.m. ENGAGEMENTS ACKLAND—HART.—The engagement is an- nounced of Jean Dorothy, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Ackland. Aldgate, to Ben R Hart, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hart. Uraidla. BARTROP—HANSEN.—The engagement is announced of Ida Marion, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bartrop. of Lorraine avenue. Clarence Part to Rev. Francis Ver dun dansen of Snowtown. eldest son or Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Hansen. of Murray Bridge. BISHOP—WHENNAN.—The engagement has been announced of Gladys, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bishop, or Port Lin coln, to Maxwell, only son or Mr. and Mrs E. W. Whennan. of Keswick. CAMPLIN—THOMPSON.—The engagement is announced of Grace L. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. I. Camplin to Ernest, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H Thompson, both of Kensington Gardens. DANGERFTELD—McROSTIE.—The engage ment is announced of Doris May. second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Dangerfleld. of Woodville. to Malcolm Leonard, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Mc?ostie. of South Payneham. HORSELL—SMITH.—The engagement is announced of Iris, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs B- J HorselL of Mile End. to Ar thur R.. of Woodville, third son of the late Mr. and Mrs C. G. Smith, late of Sema phore. HEWLETT—DYSON.—The engagement is announced of Emily D.. second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hewlett. Reeves Plains, to Gordon A., youngest son or Mr. and the late Mrs. F. W. Dyson, late of Findon. JONES —FINLAY. —The engagement is an- nounced of Fhyl Jones, eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. Dan Ross. Gladstone, to Reg. only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Finlay. Drayton street. Bowden. LEOPOLD — MATTHIAS.—The engagement Is announced of Madolln Clare, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leopold, of Rhynie. to Nor man, eldest son of Mr. A. Matthiat. of Giles Corner, and ttre late Mrs. Matthias. MURDOCH—SMITH.—The engagement Is announced of Daisy, only daughter of Mr. H. Murdoch, or Port road. York, to Ray. only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B Smith, of Woodville Estate. MELVILLE—RICHARDS.—The engagement E. Melville, or Hill street. Mitcham. to Edwin, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Richards, of Constance street. Brooklyn Park. RICHARDS—GRACE.—The engagement Is announced of Laura M, fourth daughter of Mrs. C. Richards. Adelaide, to Norman K_ fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Grace, ot Watervale. WATSON — SHERRAH. — The engagement is announced of Alma, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Watson, of Sefton Park, to David, second son of Mr. and Mrs. E. Sherrah, of Medindie Gardens. WILLIAMS—GILLMAN.—The engagement is announced of. Lois Marie, only daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A- E. Williams, of Kensington road. Kensington Gardens, to Silas T.. third son of Mr. and Mrs. I?. Gillman. of Adelaide. BIKTHDAYS Birthday greetings are extended to the under mentioned members of the Children's Hospital Birthday League. All communications re garding birthdays In this column must be addressed to the Lay Superintendent. Chil dren's Hospital. North Adelaide. Minimum insertion fee 2/6. 11/3/39 Mrs. S. Blrbeck. c/o Mrs. Thomas. 16 FuHar ton road. Netherby. <80 years). Keith Luestner. 61 Coombe .nL. Allenby Gdni. 12/3/39 NataUe Lean. 212 Archer St. Nth. Adelaide. Josephine Corr. Barmera. "Cheerios" —Mr. G. J. Harmer. Clare Keith Zweck. Hart. Mrs. Hohhs. Karoonda. Ray Clothier. Gladstone. DEATHS BRUMLOP. —On the 6th of January, at Berkeley. California. Josephine Louise, nee Maraun. dearly beloved wife of H. Brumlop. aged 74 years.—lnserted by her sister. Celie Scutt South Perth, W.A. FAY.—On the 3rd of March, at Naracoorte. Henry William (Harry), brother of Will. Pat. Frank, and Sister M. Borgia (deceasedl. late S-AJI. rsuddenlyl. R.l.P.—lnserted by hli niece and Depnews. FOSTER.—On the 10th of March (sud- denly p, at Pelican Point. Charles Edwin i Charlie i Foster, late 50th Battalion. A_IJF, aged's6 years. GALLAGHER.—On the 9th of March, at the Adelaide Hospital. Thomas Burke, late of 401 Glen Osmond road. Glen Osmond, the dearly beloved husband of Ada Gallagher, aged 75 years. GOVETT.—On the 10th of March, Shirley, beloved daughter of Constance and the late Cyril Govett, 125 Wattle street, Fullarton. aged 13 yean. HOLLAND.—On the 10th of March, at hos pital. Jesse, relict of Elizabeth Holland, of 316 Port road. Woodville. aged 83 years. KENNEWELL. —On the . 9th of March. a1 Adelaide, Royal Samuel beloved husband ol Eva KennewelL of Mt. McKenzie. via Ancas ton. aged 42 vears. Sadly missed. LINDSLEY.—On the 10th of March, at her residence. "Beaufort," 89 Government road Croydon. Emma Lindsley, loving sister oj Lew. W. Williamson In her 79th year. LOGAN.—On the 10th of March, at Murray Bridge. Dora, dearly belqved wife of Harold Gordon Logan, of 6 Thomas street. Newstead. and beloved .-second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E Neumann, of Murray Bridge, aged 34 years.' McKEITH.—On the 10th of March, at Rose Park Private Hospital. William, dearly loved husband of Mary Ellen McKelth. of 22 Kent terrace. Norwood loving father of Alan and of (Mrs.) Alice Tombs, and granddad of Shir ley, aged 80 years. Requiescat In pace. MICHELL (nee Sinclair).—On the 10th of March, at a private Hospital Miriam, dearly beloved wife of Jack Michell and eldest daugh ter of Mrs. and the late S. R. Sinclair, of 80 Castle street. Parkside: loving sister of Julia, Colin, and the late Keith Sinclair. McCANN.—On the 10th of March, at the residence of bis son (Mr. R. E. S. McCann) of Jervols. Stephen, dearly beloved husband o: Mary Augusta McCann. aged 75 years. Deepl] mourned. O'CALLAGHAN.—On the 6th of March, a Sydney. Anne, relict of John Joseph O*Calla' ghan, late of Mull and Melbourne. Victoria sell. Kathleen (Mrs. p. A. Collins). am Doreen (Mrs. J. Welshman). Requiescat li PARSONS.—On the 10th of March, at her residence. 18 Arthur street. Unley. Rachel Cole Ponsonby Parsons, dearly beloved daughter of the late James R. P. Parsons. Glenelg. and the late Sarah C. Parsons, of 18 Arthur street Unley. PRINCE.—On the 10th of March, at his resi- dence. "Kallawar." Albert street. Mitcham Llovd. beloved husband of Ellen M. Prince In his seventv-seventh vear. SCHULZE.—On the 9th of March, at 14 Ayr avenue. Torrens Park. Henry, beloved brothel of Bertha. Amelia. Charles. Minna. Ernest Albert and nephew Will, late of Blyth. SHUTE.—On tbe 26th ot February, at the Florence Shutr and loving father of Audre: and John f?obi. figed 50 years. Thy purpos< Lord we cannot see. but all is well that's don by Thee SCHUTZ.—On the 9th of March, at her resi- dence. 44 Dixon street. Clarence Park, Ad; Schurz. lodine mother of Delia. Kathleen. May Eileen, and Mary. Aged 75 years. "Saviour In Thy gracious keeping Leave we now our loved one sleeping." ? SCHUTZ.—On the 9th of March, at her re- sldence. 44 Dixon street. Clarence Park. Ada belov-d wife of the late Ferdinand Scnutz. SLATER-—On the 10th of March, at the residence of his son. Goodwood road. Good wood. Francis Edward Slater, lovlrj! father o Albert Georze Slater, aeed 74 years TUCKER.—On the 9th of March, at her resi- deuce. 14 Frederick street. Unley. Mary Ann [(Mrs E. Bennettl. and'John. ofGeelomt Vic 1 turia. and Richard and Merritt. of WesKri Australia, in her eiehtv-sccond vear THOMPSON.—On the 10th of March, at her   'late residence, Salisbury. Johanna Thompson aged 69 years. Requiescat in pace. WATSON.—On the 10t h of March, at a pri- i Queecstown. Aged 63 years. At rest.

IN MEMORIAM   HARRISON. —In loving memory of dear March." 3935. A loving mother laid to rest. For each of us she did her best. —Inserted by husband Will, and children WH fred. Clarice, Jean. Estelle and grand children Keith. Marjory. HARRISON.—A tribute of love and remem brance to my dear mother, died on the 12th of March. 193R. Always loving, unselfish, and kind. Few in this world her equal to find: A beautiful life came to an end. She died as she lived, everyone's friend. —Inserted by her loving son. Hedley. KLUGE—In loving memory of my dear nephew Bill, who passed away on the lltb ot March. 1936. Not a day do I forget you. In my heart you are always near; I who loved you sadly miss you As it dawns another year. In life he did his be.st for all. —Inserted by his loving Auntie Sarah. 1936?result of accident). —Ever remembered by his loving wife, Kathleen, daughter. Melva. Gone but not forgotten. LAMEY. —In loving memory of my husband, David, and loving daddy of Don. passed awar on the 12th of March. 1934. The silent grief that's in the heart No human eye can trace: For many a broker heart lies hid Beneath a smiling face. —Ever remembered by Gert and Don. MALTHOUSE.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the llth of March. 1936. Resting on the golden shore, j Sheltered from all sorrow and pain. When the Journey of life Is o'er. We'll meet our dear father asaln. —Inserted by his loving daughter Muriel and Wally. MALTHOSSE.—In loving memory of my dear husband William, who passed away on the llth of March. 1936. Tossed no more on life's rough billows. All the storms of life are fled; God has found a softer pillow For our loved one's head. —Sadly missed by his loving Tire and Harold. MILLAR.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the llth of March. 1936. —Inserted by Jack and family. MILLER.—In loving memory of my dear brother. Roy. wbo passed away at Whvalis on tbe llth of March. 1934. In loving memory you are with us yet. A parting too sad to ever forget. —Inserted by his sister. Olive, and brother in-law Jack. MILLER.—In loving memory of my dear husband. Roderick James (Roy), who passed away at Whyalla on the llth of March. 1934. There Is someone who misses you always. And finds the time lons since you went- Tbere is someone wbo longs for you always. And tries to be brave and content. At morn you are always remembered With tenderness. love, and regret: And at evenings memories awaken Of my loved one r:i never forget. —Inserted by his loving wife. May. Whyalla. MUNCHENBERG.—In loving but sad memory ot our only beloved son. William, who was taken from us In such tragic circum stances on the lltb of March. 1937. As we loved you. so we miss you. Thoughts of you are always dear: Loved, remembered, longed for always As it dawns another year. —Sadly missed by bis sorrowing father and mother, Tanunda. MUNCHENBERG.—In loving but sad memory of my' dear brother, William, who was taken from us on the llth of March. 1937. One of ihe kindest, one of the best, A beautiful memory Is all I hare left. —Inserted by his loving sister. Pearl, Tanunda. MUNCHENBERG.—In loving memory of our dear Bill, who passed away on the llth of March. 1937. Loving memories never die. As days go on and years go by. —Inserted by bis loving Aunty Nell. McINTYRE.—In loving memory of our dear father wbo passed away on the lltb of March. 1936. "Always remembered." —Inserted .by Nan and Sandy. MOULDS. —In loving memory of our dear little Maxlne. who passed away on tbe lltb of March. 1937. She grew in sweetness here a while. And gave us Joy and love; God found our flower too fair for earth. And now she blooms above. Always in our thoughts. —Inserted by Mummy. Daddy and Geoffrey. OTTO, Georg Bernhard.—In loving memory or my dear husband and our dear daddy, who was called home on tbe lltb of March. 1937. Not a day do we forget you. In our thoughts you are always near; We. who loved you. sadly miss you. As it dawns another year. We shall see you one bright morning. Waiting on the other side: We shall see your deat face smiling. Not changed, but glorified. —Inserted by his lovipg wife. Gertie, and children. Max. Ruth. Conrad. Lance, and Nitiu PERKINS.—In loving memory of our dear son. Frederick, who passed away on the Uth of March. 1934. aged 24 years. PERCY.—In sacred memory of Bruce Lyn ton. beloved son of A. J. and the late K. M. Percy, died on tbe lltb or March, 1938. aged 9 years. For those we love within the veil. Who once were comrades of our way. We thank Thee, Lord, for they have won To cloudless day. Nor know to what high purpose Thou Dost yet employ their ripened power. Nor how at Thy behest they touch This life of ours. —Ever remembered by his father, Tbelma. Kevin, and Harold. PERCY.—In loving memory of Brace, who pa.sned away, on the llth of Marcb. 1938. Deep in our hearts your memory is kept. Too dearly loved to ever forget. —Inserted by Nellie and Rex. PERCY.—In sad and loving memory of dear little Bruce, who was accidentally drowned on the llth of March. 1938. The golden sates stood open. A gentle voice said "Come." Then, with farewells unspoken. Dear Bruce entered home. —Inserted by grandmother, auntie Lib and uncles Bill. Roy. Fred. Ross, and cousins. ROBERTSON. —In loving memory of dear wire and mother, who passed away on the I2tb or March. 1936. To dearly loved to be forgotten. —Inserted by husband and family. RODGERS, Herbert Keith.—ln memory of Herbert Keitb. who passed away on the Uth of March. 1933. A beautiful life came to an end. He died as he lived, everyone's friend. —Inserted by his mother and father. RODGERS.—In loving memory .of Keith, who passed away on the Uth of March. 1933. To be with us In the same old way. Would be our dearest wish today. —Inserted by Uncle Albert, Aunty Gert, Mol lle. and Arthur. REYNOLDS.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the llth of March. 1938. To be with us In the same old way Is our dearest wish today. —Inserted by her loving mother, children, Shirley. Dorothy, and Norman. REYNOLDS.—In loving memory of Dot, who passed away on tbe llth of March. 1938. . Her cheerful smiles and loving ways. Will linger with us all our days. —Inserted by aunt. Mabel, uncle. Will, and family, and aunty. Gert. Mile End. ROBERTS.—In loving memory of our dear father. Joseph, who passed ?u on the llth of March. 1934. Memories are treasures. —Inserted by hit loving daughter, son-ln law, and children. Rose. Alec Edna, and Robert. STCAPPS. —In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away on the llth of March. 1011. —Ever remembered by his loving wife ana family. SAMPSON.—In loving memory of Millie, dearly beloved wife of W. R Sampson, who passed away on the llth of March. 1928. One of the dearest in every way: Longed for and missed more every day. —Inserter1 by her loving husband. SAMPSON.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on the lltb of March, 1928. A cheerful smile, a heart of gold. Tbe dearest mother this world could hold. "—lnserted by her loving son and daughter-in law. C'.iff and Doris. SEVERIN.—In loving memory of Victor, who passed away on the lltb of March, 1914. Memory Is a golden chain That links until we meet again. —Ever remembered by his loving mother. Elsie and Con. SMITH.—In loving memory of Tarrls Cum lng, who passed away on the 12th of March. 1935. —Inserted by bis wife. SMITH.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on tbe llth of March. 1934. Ever remembered. —Inserted by Jack and Adelaide. SHARP.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away at Carey's Gullf. on the llth of March. 1932 As we loved her. so we miss her. and son-in-law. Eliza and Will, and grand children. VALLENTINE. —In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister Rita, wbo passed away on the 12tb of March, 1926. There Is some one wbo misses you sadly. Time seems so long since you went: Some one wbo longs lor you always. And will till our own life Is spent. Inserted by her loving father, mother, and Phyllis. VOGT.—In loving memory of our dear father, wbo passed away on the lltb of March, 1337. Not just today, but every da? In silence we remember. —Inserted by bis sons Erwin and Os. WOODARD. —In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, wbn passed away on the lltb of March. 1935 Years roll on and days go or. But loving memories never die. —Inserted by her loving daughter. Josephine Ray. and fn-andchlldren. WOODARD. —In loving memory of our mother and erandmolhcr. who passed away on I be llth of March. 1935. at Adelaide. As through the years we older grow. In silence we remember —Inserted by her loving daughter and chil dren.

HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR CONSTABLE.—In loving memory ol oui dear husband and father. Thomas William. ?ho ' passed away at Keswick Hospital, on ihe lltb ' of March. 1938. Not just today, but every day In silence we remember. ' —Inserted by his loving wife, son and daiigh- ' te.-. ' CONSTABLE.—In lovina memory of our d*ir brother Tom. who passed away on the lltb of ' March, 1938. 1 One ol the tindest, one of the best, A beautifu! memory is all we have left. —Inserted by his loving sister Florrie, brother in-law, nieces, and nephews. TS MEMORIAM ADDISON.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away fft Macclesneld on the llth ft March. 1938. God saw her footsteps falter. And knew her heart was weak; As the pathway had grown too steep. Deep in my heart there's a picture More precious than silver or gold, I:'s a picture of my dear mother. ' Who left us one year ago today. ( ADDISON.—In loving memory of our dear ' wife and mother, who was called to higher service on the llth of March, 1938. at Maccles neld. Calm and peaceful she Is sleeping. Sweetest rest .followed pain. We who loved you sadly miss you. But trust in God to meet again. —Ever remembered by her loving husband iJacki and children. Rita. Harold. Dorothy. Malcolm. Kelvin, and daughter-in-law staylle and baby Shirley. ACKLAND. —In loving memory ot our dear husband and father, who passed away on the 12th of March. 1937. Death divides, fond memory clings. —Inserted by his loving wife and son. Ray. ALEXANDER.—Cherished memories of dear George, called home on the Sth of March. 1937. A pleasant smile, a heart of gold. The dearest brother this world could hold. Ever remembered by bis loving brothers and sisters. AMIES.—In loving remembrance of our dear mother, who passed away on the llth of March. 1935. —Inserted by her son, Ossie. and daughter-in law, Phyllis. : BRAID.—In loving memory of my darling father, who passed away on the llth of March. 1920. Tou left behind a broken heart. That loved you most sincere, I never did and never will. Forget you. dadda dear. —Ever remembered by his loving daughter I Gladys, and son-in-law. Harold. South Africa. BRINKLET. —In fond memory of our dearly loved brother. NoeL who passed away on the 12th of March. 1934. - "Sleeping where no shadows falL" —Inserted by his loving sisters. Clara and Minnie. BOERTH.—A tribute of love and memory of our dear l.usband and father, who passed away on the llth of March. 1933. We lored vou in life. Let us remember you In death. —Inserted by his loving wife and family BROWN.—In loving memory of our dear daughter who passed away qn the 12th of March. 1928. Memory is a golden chain That links until we meet again. —Ever remembered by mother, father, and daughter Merle. BAKES:—In loving memory of our dear hus band and father. Joseph T. (Joe), who died on the Uth of March. 1929. —Ever remembered by his loving wife and daughter. Joy, Murray Bridge. BOWSHALL.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away on the llth of March, 1934. A pleasant smile, a heart of gold: The dearest mother this world could bold. For each of us she did her best: May God grant her eternal rest. —Inserted by her loving husband, sons, and daughters. j BOWSHALL.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on the llth of March. 1934. A wonderful mother laid to rest. For all of us she did her best. Trials she went through few could bear. She never complained, she wasn't that kind. One of those mothers so hard to find— A wonderful mother, so true and raro —Inserted by her loving son Ted. CARROU In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away at Victor Harbor on the llth of March. 1919. —Ever remembered by his wife, sons ' and daughters, of. Mount Lofty. COLBET.—A tribute of love and remem brance to Douglas, who passed away on tba llth of March, 1938. —Inserted by his loving mother, brother Reg, sisters Aileen and Shirley. CONSTDTNE.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father. Andrew, who passed away on the'Uth of March. 1977. ? We'll meet again some day. —Inserted by his loving wife and family. CONSTABLE.—In loving memory of William Thomas, who passed away on the llth of March, 1938. —Inserted by Ann and Jock. CLARK.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away on the llth of March. 1937. —Inserted by Jack, Rose, and family. CROSBT. —In loving memory of Luther, who passed away on the llth of March, 1937. —Inserted by his loving mother and brothers. DAVET. —In loving memory of our dear wife and mother Ruby, who passed away on the llth of March. 1931. Deep in our hearts your memory is kept: Too dearly loved to ever forget. Some day we hope to meet again. —Inserted by her loving husband and sons, Des and Jack. DAVEV. —In loving memory ot our dear daughter and sister, who passed awar on the llth of March. 1931. What would we give her hand to hold. Her dear sweet face .to see. And to be together once again. Just as we used to be. —Inserted by her loving mother, father, sla ters and brothers-in-law. DUNEMANN.—In loving memory of dear Mrs Dunemann, who passed away on the 11th of March, 1937. —Always remembered by her loving friend, Eva Clayton. DUNEMANN. —In loving memory of our dear daughter and sister, Thelma Dunemann, who passed away on the 11th of March, 1937. Not just today, but every day, In silence we remember. —Inserted by her loving mother, sisters, and brothers. DUVAL.—In loving memory ot our son. Ken neth, who died on the Uth of March. 1922. Today brings back sad memories Of a loved one gone to rest: And those who think of you today. Are the ones who loved you best. Inserted by his loving mother and lather. FLETCHER.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the 12th of March. 1937. Always remembered by his loving sons Kevin and Allan. FLETCHER.—In loving memory ot our dear brother Clarrie. who passed away on the 12tb or March, 1937. Loving memories never die. As years roll on and days go by. —Inserted by his loving father, brothers and sisters. FISHER.—In loving memory of our dear brother Cyril Howard, who was accidentally killed on the llth of March. 1937. Deep in our hearts his memory is kept, A parting too sad to ever forget: For each of us be did bis best. May God grant him eternal rest. —Ever remembered by his loving brother and sisters, Lawrence, Tressida. Vera and Cynthia. FISHER.—In loving remembrance of my dear nephew, who was killed on the lltb ol March. 1937. Loved in life, honored in death. —Inserted by Auntie Alice. GRIFFIK_In loving memory ot my dear father, who passed away at Hammond on the llth of March. 1938. Not only today, but every day. In silence I remember. —Inserted by his loving daughter, Leila. GREFFIN.—In loving memory ot our dear lather who passed away at Hammond on the lith of March. R.LP. A loving father laid to rest; For each of us he did his best. — Inserted by his loving son and daughter in-law. Leo and Myrtle. GRIFFIN. —In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away at Hammond on the llth of March, 1938. R.U. A silent thought brings many a tear Of one we miss and loved so dear; Always so good, unselfish and kind. Few in this world his equal to find. —Inserted by his loving daughter and son in-law. Eileen and Ted. GRIFFIN. —In loving memory of my dear rathe', who passed away at Hammond, on ?he llth of March. 1938. Sacred Heart of Jesus. Have mercy on his soul. —Ever remembered by his loving son Jack, daughter-in-law Eileen. Farrells Flat. GRIFFIN.—In loving memory of my father. r who passed awav at Hammond on the lltb .of March. 1938. RIP. ;\ Just a token, true and tender. ; To show that we still remember. ? Inserted by his loving son Gerald, daughter in-law, and grandsons. HEADON.—In loving memory ot husband I and dad 'Erniel. who died on the 12tb of ? March. 1923. Noi just today, t>ut every day. In silence we remember. —Inserted by his loving wife and son. BAWKE. —In loving memory of our dear - father who passed away on the 28tb ol Feb ruary 1925: and mother, who passed away . on ti.e llth of March. 1937. The best is yet to be—reunion, t —Always remembered by Kathleen and Charles. Peterborough. 11ASELDINF..— In loving memory ol my dep.r " mother. Mary Haseldlne. who passed awa-y at ?! Parkslde. on the 12th of March. 1926.—Ever i remembered by her loving daughter. Ada. I1 HARBISON.—In loving memory of our dear I mother and grandmother, who parsed away i on the. 12th of March 1936. at Norwood. r I A mother's memory Is more than gold, Her love and worth can never be told: Flowers may wither. leaves may IaJL But love and memory outlasts them all. r .—Ever remembered by her loving son Dudley. r daughter-in-law Winnie, and grandchildren Boss and Dorreen.

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