Birtiis, Marriages, And Deaths Notices
Announcements under tbis heading must De authorised by the name and address ol the sender, and are Inserted at a charge of Two Shillin**-s and Sixpence each when not exceeding five lines: over fine lines. Six pence per line. Death Advertisements in which a Funeral Announcement Is made are char-feed for as It the Death and Funeral were separate announcements, namelv- — The Minimum charge of 2/6 and 3.4 respectively. In Memoriam and Death Advertisements con taining reference to more than one dc-ccased are charged 2.6 each for each deceased mentioned, as if they were distinct and separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriages and Marriage Notices require the signature of both parties concerned. BIRTHS ALLINGAME (nee Mollv Barclayi.—On the *"lst of March, to the wife of G. v7. D. Allingame—a daughter (Kay*. CREEK -(Kathleen Foster). —On the 14th of April at Unley Private Hospital, to the wife of J. W. Creek. West Mitcham—a daughter (Betty May). Both well. Thanking Dr. Gault and hospital staff. GAGE.—On the 15th of April, to Mr. and Mrs. L T. Gage, at Monreith Hospital—a eon. Both well. HAMDORF Inee Greta Pengilly). —On the 17th of April, at Port Wakefield Hospital, to the wife of Hurtle Hamdorf, of South Hum mocks —a bonny daughter (Edwarda Dawn). Special thanks to Dr. Brotchic and Matron Tapley. INGLIS. —On the 15th of April, at Sister Sinclair Wood's Hospital, Hutt street, to Nellie, wife of E. P. Inglis, Pinnaroo —a daugh ter (Helen Marie). Thanking Dr. Gunson, Matron Sr. Williams, and hospital staff. MARTIN. —On the 15th of April, at the Commons Memorial Hospital, Bute, to the wife of Allan Martin —a daughter (Rosemary Ruth). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. James, Sisters Laurie and White. MARTIN (nee Creighton). —On the 17th of April, at Patawilya Hospital, Glenelg, to Coral, wife of John L. Martin, of Summerton — a daughter (Pamela Ellenor0. Both well. PEARCE (nee Gwen Allen). —On the 14th of April, to Mr. and Mrs. A. M, Pearce, of Port Pirie South at "Cadonia" Private Hospital — a daughter. Both well. Special thanks to Nurse Miller and Dr. Forgan. ROSSER (nee Cugley). —On the 17th of April at the Unley Private Hospital, to Thelma, wife of Frederick Rosser, of Reade Park —a son. No visitors for seven days. SHARP (nee Florence Parker).—On the 14th ot April, at Hutchison Hospital, Gawler, to Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Sharp, Iron Knob —a son. SCHUSTER (nee Olga Ottens). —To the wife of Walter O. Schuster—a daughter. Both well. SMITH (nee Kathleen Turner). —On the 10th ol April, at "Cadonia" Maternity Home, Solo montown, to Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Smith, War nertown —a son (Graham Roy). Thanking Dr Forgan and Nurse Miller. THEISINGER (nee Theima Hansen). —On the 14th ot April, at the South Coast District Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Theisinger—a daughter (Marjorie Jean I. Both well. WILLIAMS. —To Joan, wile of H- B. -Wil liams. TorTens Park—a daughter. APPROACHING MARRIAGES BRUCE—REID. —The marriage of Margaret Anne, younger daughter of Mrs. W. J. Bruce, Victor Harbor, and the late Mr. Bruce, to Mr. Mervyn L. Reid. of Woods, will be celebrated at the Newland Memorial Congregational Church. Victor HaTbor. at 7.15 pjn.. on Satur day, the 22nd of April, 1939. TORR—LANGLEY —The marriage of Bar bara Montrose; eldest daughter of Mr. and Mr?. K. M. Torr, of Prospect, to Thomas H-. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Langley. of Alber ton wfll be solemnised ln the Congregational Church. Port Adelaide, on the 22nd of April, at 7 p.m. No reception. ENGAGEMENTS ELZE—NEUMANN.—The engagement Is an nounced of Irene, the third daughter ot Mt. and the late Mrs. W. Elze. to-John. the eldest con of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Neumann, both of Balakl-rva. LIDDCOAT—ROBERTSON.—The engage ment is announced of Rnbina, only daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Liddicost. of Penong. to Arthur E_ youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Robertson, ot Aldeate Valley. McFAYDEN —GRIBBLE.—The engagement. Is announced of Margaret Hilda, youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. P. McFay den. Kingston. S.E.. to Roswald Ernest, second aon of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Gribble. "Carpa." Eyre Peninsula. RUSSELL—DARWENT.—The engagement is announced of Ruby, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Russell, erf Maylands, and Joseph Colin, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Darwent. of Joslin. SAMPSON—PEARCE.—Tbe engagement Is announced of Violet J., only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Sampson, to Harold W_ eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Pearce. both of Kooringa. BIRTHDAYS 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 Lav Superintendent. Chil dren "a Hospital. North Adelaide. Minimum insertion fee. 2/6. "Cheerios" Mrs. R. J. Buchanan. 35 avenue road. Red tern. Mrs. A. G. Smith. Broken Hill Mr. Will Mars-land. Maltland road. Moonta. Keith Bray, Glanville street. Ethelton. Barbara Barlow. Angas Wing. A.C.H. DEATHS ASSHETON.^-On the 18th of April, at her residence, 331 Unley road. Malvern, Caroline - Bertha, beloved widow of John Assbeton. Wolseley. S.E., aged 90 years. BLACKWOOD.—On the 18th of April, ct Adelaide, Rose Florence Blackwood, beloved widow of A. E. Blackwood, and lotting mother ol Cyril. Keith. Reg. Haul. Mavis, and Lucy, aged 59 years. (Sydney papers please copy.) CLARKE.—On the 14th of April, at King ston, South-East. Richard Charles Fox, the beloved husband of E. Mildred Clarke, and loved father of Mary. Kathleen. Nancy and Betty, aged 55 years. At rest. Du RIEC.—On the 18th of April, at Fre mantle. Western Australia, Ernest William, be loved father of Albert Arthur, Ken. and Dorothy, late manager of Seppelt's. aged 81 years. GOtJLDEN.—On the 18th of April, at Ade laide. Jane, loved wife ot the late Thomas Charles Seymour Goulden, of Mylor. aged 91 years. Reunited. HACKETT.—On tbe 18th of April, at her late residence. 95 South terrace. City. Kate Emma Adelaide, dearly beloved wife of George Alfred Hadcett. aged 85. years. HILL.—On the 18th of April, at 51 Cardwell street. Emily Bridget Hill, aged 81 years. Late of Laura. HAGAN.—On the 17th of April, at hospital. Olive (nee Holzberg) dearly beloved wife of Ernest Alfred Hagan. of 47 Victoria street. Queenstown, aged 41 years. At rest. HEFFERNAN. —On the 18th of April, at Adelaide Hospital Michael Joseph Heffernan. of Bowden. loving brother ol Dan. Susan (Mrs. Chllds). John. Luke. Tom. Paddv. and Laurence. Requiescat in peace. KUNGNER.—On the 15th of April, at his -residence. Joh inn Ernst Augustus Klingner, beloved husband of the late Alvene Klingner and loving father of Emma, Ernst. Albert, Alvene. Gustave. Rudolph, and Clara, aged 96 years. MURPHY.—On tbe 17th of April, at his residence. 8 Anderson street. Southward, John. the dearly beloved busband of Mary Murphy, leaving 6 sons and two daughters, aged 88 years. Requiescat in pace. MeHCGH.—On the 18th of April, at Mitcham. Charlotte Dliza. loved wife of the late Edward McHugh. late of Telowie Creek: loving mother of Hubert. Reuben, Cecil Spencer, and Muriel. In her 88th year. Resting. McDONALD.—On the 18th of April, at pri vate hospital, Elizabeth, relict of Thomas McDonald, of 32 Wood street, Grassmere (late of Gouger street. Adelaide, aged 87 years. At rest. MITCHELL. —On the 13th of April, at Fre mantle. W_A, William John, beloved busband or Lavinia, and loving father of Len and Ethel (Mrs. T. Gilbert, of Kadina). Aged 58 years. A patient sufferer at rest. MILES. —On the 18th of April, at Angaston Hospital, John Winter Miles, of Keyneton, be- loved father of Charles, George, Will, Ruth, Ivy, Violet and Irene, aged 81 years. MXCHELHORE.—On the 18th of April, at Strathaibyn. James Mlchehnore. late of San dergTove. aged 83 years. OSSIG.—On the 18th of April at his resi dence. No. 10 LeCorau street. Broadview. Gottlieb Wilhelm. the dearly beloved husbqnd of Emma Maud Ossig. and loving father of Annie and Minnie, aged 63 years. Resting. O'SULUVAN.—On the 17th of April at Loreto Convent. Portrush road. Marryatville. Ellen O'SulUvan (Mother M Gabriel), aged 71 years. Requiescat in pace. WOI-U.—On tne 10th of April, at the Murat Bay District Hospital. Emma Marie, beloved wife of Even Ingebretsen, ct Penong. West Coast. Age 56 years. At rest. HEROES OF THE GREAT WAR KEANE.—In loving memory of Fred, who was killed on the 19lh of April. 1917. in Egypt. Memorv. like the ivy. clings. —Inserted bv Son and Lill. IN MEMORIAM AUSTIN. —In fond remembrance of our dearest friend. Winnie, who passed away on the 19th of April. 1934. Time takes away the edge of grief. But memory turns back etery leaf. —Inserted by her loving friends. Eve Duncan and Irene Ellis. ACSTIN.—In loving memory of our dear lister. Winnie, who passed away on the *.9rh of April. 1934 —Ever remembered by her loving sisters. Maimie and Marjorie. BASTIAN—In loving memory of my dear father, who passed awav on the I9th of April. 1925. Da**--* go hv. years go past. Loving memori<-s always last. —Always remembered bv Herb. BENNETT.—In lowr,*; memorv ol our dear husband and father. William Thnm*-.*- ?Shandvi passed awav on the 18th April. 1936. Our eves are not a'ways fil>d with tears. Our face not always sad; Yet there is never a r.izht or morning. But we Think of vou. de*?r dac. —Always remembered hr hi? wife, Albina and Children. Fred. Albina. and Sjd.
IN MEMORIAM BROWN.—In loving memory of oar dearest daughter and sister Rosolee. who passed away on the 191h o£ April. 1932. Your <ni!c was as dear as the sunshine. You were always so happy and bright. But a beautiful memory :s all '.hai is left. —Inserted fay Her lovinp rnn-.ner. tarother. and .sisters. Eureha. Cora and Roy Brice. Blanche and Don -Mc?eath. Orroroo. CROMER—In loving memory of Beatrlee, beloved wife of Walter and mother of Gwon. passed away on the 19th of April. 1937. CROMER.—in lovin;; memory of mother, who passed away on the 19th of April. 193. —Ever remembered by her son Walter, and Lorna. CROMER.—In loving memory or our dear sister and aunt, who passed away on the 19U1 of April. 1937. . . Memory is a goloeTi cnavn Which links us I ill we meet again. —Inserted by Edith. Norman and Dorothy. CITXEN.—In loving memoir of dear mother ?aho passed away at Gawler on -he 19ih of April. 1932. . ( —inserted by her lovme son Murray, daugh ter-in-law Joyce. and grandson Douglas. ClrRTIS In loving memory of mv dear hus band who passed away on the 19th of April 1937.' _ , Fond are the ties that arc Drosen. Dear is the one that is- gone: In memory we will always keep him As lons as the years roll on. —Inserted by his loving wife and children. Lorna and Jack. brother bs., who died on the" 19th ol April. 1937. one can steaU Death leaves a wound no one can heal. Ever remembered by Rfll and Syd. Cl'RTlS.—in loving memory ol our dear son. Oswald, who passed away on the 19th of P Deep iu'our hearts your memory is kept, We ?bo loved you shall never forget. Inserted by his loving lather and mo.her. DAVIS.—In cherished memory of our be loved son and brother. Claude, who passed away suddenly at Mount Gambler on the 19tn jot April. 1938. aecd 22 years (result of acei ""'We have only your beautiful memory ! To remember our whole life through; ! But its sweetness will linger lor ever As we treasure that memory ot you. One of the best. —Always remembered by father and brothers Max. Res. Ivan and Ren. Mount Gambler. DAVlS.—Beautiful memories only are left ot roy son. Claude. Dazed, almost blind with grief. I loot about me I can visualise him in some characteristic attitude Though I close my eyes I cannot shut out the sight of him. He is ever before, beckoning, smiling, laughing. His cbalr is vacant beside me. and nev?r again will I be nold that lovely face or listen to. that dear familiar voice saying, "Woman." —Sadly missed by his mother. DAVIS. —In loving memory ol my dear nephew who passed away at Mount Gambler on the 19th of April. 1938. He died as- he lived, everybody's Iriend. —Ever remembered by his uncle, and aunt DEVONSHIRE. —In loving memory of darl ing Marjory. Ever remembered by Grandma Franklin. Aunty Joyce, and Eileen. DfKCAN*. —In loving memory or our dear friend. Mrs. A. Duncan, who passed away on the 19th of April, 1932. Pond memories linger. DODD.—In loving memory of our dear father who passed away on the 19th of April, 1931. So dearly loved, so sadly missed. —Always remembered by his loving son. Roy, and daughter-in-law. Hilda. DODD.—In loving memory ol our <iear hus band and father, w&o passed away on the 19th of April. 1932. —Inserted by his loving wife, son, and daushter-in-law. Howard and Myra. Always FOALE. —In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away on the 19th ol April, 1937. I —Inserted by Ida and grandchildren. JOIXEV.—In loving memory of our dearj husband and father, who passed away on the 19th of April. 1937. I —Inserted by his loving wife, family and! grandchildren. LAFIDGE. —In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on the 19th of April. 193t. To be with us In the same old way Would be our dearest wish today. —Inserted by his loving son and daughter-in law. Viv and Nancy. LAPIDGE.—In loving memoir of my dear hnspand, James f Jim), who passed away on the 19th of April. 1934. Things have changed in many ways. But one thing changes never. Sweet memories of those happy days When we were vail together. —Ever remembered by his loving wife. LOGAN". —In loving memory of our dear I9th of April. 1934. ' —Inserted by his loving wife and family. LENTBALL.—In loving memory of Lionel Charles, who passed away on the 19th of April. 1938. —Inserted by Olive and Reg, Mabel and Lionel. LENTHALL.—In loving memory of Lionel Charles, who passed away on the 19th of April. 1938. —Inserted by his wife, mother, son and daughter. LENTHALL.—In loving memory of our dear friend. Lionel. —Ever remembered by Gladys. Len. and family. MOCKTFORD.—Cherished memories of my dear brother. Errol. who passed away on the the 19th of/ April. 1937. Just a token fond and true. —Inserted by his loving sister. Ruth. MorNTFORD —In loving remembrance of Errol, who died on the 19th of August. 1937. Result of accident. Time moves on but memory lasts. i —Inserted by father and mother, of Revnella. I MOUXTFORD.—In loving memory of Errol. who passed away on the 19th of August, 1937. Result of accident. Sweet memories never fade —Inserted by his friends. Cyril. Madge. Ron and BilL of Happy Valley. NEEDHAM.—In loving memory of our dear] husband and father, died on the 19th of April. 1915. Days go by, years go past. Loving memories always last. —Inserted by his wife and family. PARKER. —iq loving memory of our dear brother Fred, who passed away on the 19th of April. 1938. Not Just today, but every day. In silence we remember. —Inserted by his loving sister, brothers, and RASMCS—In loving memory of our father! and grandfather, who passed away on the isth April. 1938. —Ever remembered by Stan. Jean, and grand children. RASMCS.—In loving memory of dear dad and grandpa, who passed away on the 19th April. 1938. To be with us In the same old way Would be our dearest wish today. —Inserted by Ha!. Avis, and Trevor. RASMUS.—In loving memory of dad, who passed away on the 19th of April. 1938. —Inserted by Theima and Horrv. RASMUS In loving memory of my dear husband and father, who passed away on the 19th April, 1938. —Inserted by his loving wife and daughter. RASMUS —In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away on the 19th of April, 1938. Always remembered. —Inserted by Jack. Belle, and the children. SMITH. —In loving memory of our father. A loving father laid to rest. For each of us he did his best. —Inserted by his loving son Bob. daughter-in law Dorrie. and grandchildren. SIRES.—In loving memory of our dear hus band and father, who passed away on the 19th of April. 1928. Quickly, quietly came the call. His sudden death a shock to all. A sudden change In a moment fell. With not a chance to say farewell. We loved thee well, but Jesus loved thee best. —Inserted by his loving wife and family. THORNTON.—In loving memory of mother and grandmother, who passed away on the 19th of April, 1936. Sadly missed —Inserted by Sarah. Stan and Norman. THORNTON.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away on the I9th of April. 1936. Sadly missed. —Inserted by her daughter and eon-la-law, Annie and Donald. THORNTON.—In loving- memory of dear mother, who passed away on tlje 19"?h of April 1936. —Ever remembered by her daughter and son in-law. IJII and Tom. William Alirec who passed'away'on mV I9?n jof April. 1938. 1 A pleasant smile, a heart of gold. j —Inserted by his father. hand. Will, who passed away on the 19th of April, 1938. . —Lovingly remembered by his wife. Edith Rose. j! WRIGHT.—In loving memory of my brother Will, who passed away on the 19th of April, 1938. ,'? —Inserted by her loving brother. Harry, alsc jLucy and iamlly. : WALSH.—Florence Katherlne. i I Dearest memories.