Mr. and Mes. C.B. Roach, 7 Mere-
dith Crescent, Launceston, have much pleasure in announcing the
engagement of their second eldest daughter, Alice May, to Desmond John, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Alford, of Forest, Tasmania.
THE engagement is announced of Betty Dawn, youngest daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. Denny, 42 Upper Rooke Street, Devonport, to Rex, second eldest son of Mrs. and Mr. L. E. Pearce, Spreyton.
COLE.-At Queen Alexandra Hos- pital, on February 3, 1951, to Dawn and Brian; a daughter (Irene Ann).
SMITH.-On January 28, at the
Royal Hobart Hospital, to Thora and Les., of Guildford Junction; a son (Peter Bevan). Both well.
BEST.-On February 1, 1951, at his parents' residence, 77 Giblin Street,
Lenah Valley, Lindsay George, dear- ly beloved youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Best; aged 4 years. Privately cremated on 3rd inst.-- Alex Clark and Son, Funeral Direc- tors, 168-170 Collins Street, Hobart; 'phone 3270.
BOXHALL On February 3 at the Launceston General Hospital, Nel- lie Grace, beloved wife of Royce Vautin Boxhall of Lyall Street, Westbury, loved mother of Elaine, Ronald and Phillip and second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Boyd, Pateena Road, Longford; aged 36 years.
DIENHOFF-On February 2, at her home, 164 Lennox Street, Rich- mond (Victoria), Ethel, beloved wife of the late Albert Dienhoff, of Queenstown, Tasmania, and loving mother of Marjorie (Mrs. Spurling), Jack, Dick, George, Tom and Patricia; aged 67 years. Requiescat in Pace.
HARRIS.-On February 3, at Laun- ceston, William Charles, loving husband of Constance Harris, of 17 Watchorn Street, loving father of Jean (Mrs. J. Hornby, Hobart), Mil- lie (Mrs. J. Dick. Melbourne) and Elton (Launceston), and loving bro- ther of Lucy. Late of Chudleigh and Oxford, England; in his 73rd year. At rest.
MACDONALD. - On February 3, at a private hospital, Launceston, Rosa Lavina, widow of the late Allan Macdonald, a former M.H.A., and loving mother of Ken ( Longford ), Flora (deceased) and Jean (Longford) and second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. G. P. Brumby, of Longford. Funeral. Carr Villa Crematorium, 2 p.m. TO-DAY. - G. D. Hudson, Funeral Director, Longford.
BOXHALL The funeral of the late Mrs. Nellie Grace Boxhall is appointed to leave her late residence,
Lyell Street, Westbury, TOMORROW (Tuesday) afternoon at 3 o'clock for a short service, thence to the Wesbury cemetery for inter- ment. Friends are invited to at- tend. C. T. Finney and Sons, A.F. D.A. 16 Brisbane Street.
HARRIS.-The funeral of the late
Mr. William Charles Harris is ap- pointed to leave his late residence, 17 Watchorn Street, Launceston,
THIS DAY (Monday) at 3 o'clock for interment in the Carr Villa ce- metery. Friends are invited to at- tend.-C. T. Finney and Sons, A.F.D.A., 16 Brisbane Street, Laun-
BLIGH.-In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away February 5, 1949.
Wce could not always have you, Our parting had to be;
But we hold your name forever As a cherished memory
-Inserted by her loved ones.
COX-In loving memory of my dad, Arthur Sidney Cox, who passed away February 5, 1945, and mother, Mrs. A. C. Smith. February 5, 1948.
-Inserted by their daughter Joan (Victoria).
SHEPHARD.-In loving memory of Norman, who passed away February 5, 1934.
-Inserted hy hts mother, father. sisters and brothers.
BUTTON and COOPER.-Treasured memories oí my loved ones, who are in God's care. Mother Febru- ary 4, 1944; father, July 4, 1940, and sister Corrie, September 20, 1942.
-Inserted by their daughter and sister, Nita Dobson.
WILLOUGHBY.-In loving memory of our dear dad and grandfather, who passed away February 4, 1950. A golden gate stood open One year ago to-day,
With farewell left unspoken, You softly passed away.
-Inserted by his loving daughter, Millie, son-in-law, Jack, and grand- children.