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Mrs. F. W. Rymill
Mrs. F. W. Rymill, who had given many years of service to the commu nity, died last week. Mrs. Rymill had devoted much of her time to further ing the interests of South Australian country women. She was the first State secretary of the Country Women's Association. She was awarded the O.B.E. for her services to the community.
Mrs. Rymill was vice-president and acting president of the National Coun cil of Women. A keen supporter of the Liberal and Country League, Mrs. Rymill was for some time a member of the executive committee. She was also a member of the Lyceum Club committee and of the Board of Di rectors of Girton School for Girls, and among her other active interests were those of St. Peter's College Mis sion, the Queen Victoria Maternity's Hospital, Norwood Girl Guides, and the East Torrens branch of the Mothers and Babies' Health Associa tion.