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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES, AND DEATHS Announcements under this heading must be authorised by the name and address of the sender, and are inserted at a charge of Two Shillings and Sixpence each when not exceeding five lines; over five lines, Sixpence per line. Death Advertisements in which a Funeral announcement is made are charged for as if the Death and Funeral were separate announcements, namely — The Minimum charge of 2/6 and 3/4. respectively. In Memoriam and Death Advertisements con taining reference to more than one de ceased are charged 2/6 each for each de ceased mentioned, as if they were distinct and separate announcements. Engagements and Approaching Marriages and Marriage Notices require the signa ture of both parties concerned. BIRTHS ABBOTT (nee Beth Morris). —On the 4th of June, at the Unley Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Abbott, of Mitcham Estate —a son (John Robert). No visitors   for seven days. BAULDERSTONE (nee Thelma Yelland). — On the 4th of June, at Ena Private Hospital, Edwardstown, to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Baulder stone, of South terrace, Plympton Park —a   son (William Garry). Lived 41 hours. Grate ful thanks to Dr. Clayton and Sister Read. BARTON. —On the 4th of June, at Ardros san, to Gwen, wife of Ian C. Barton —a   daughter. BIRKS. —On the 4th of June, to the wife of Norman Napier Birks —a son.   BIDDISS. —On the 3rd of June, to the wife   of T. J. Biddiss, at Glenelg Private Hospital —a daughter. BROUGHAM. —On the 2nd of June, at the   Tumby Bay Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brougham —a daughter.   BASFORD. —On the 30th of May, at the Memorial Hospital, to the wife of H. Laurie   Basford —a daughter.   BROWN. —On the 13th of May, at Hahn dorf Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. F. Brown, "Lynwood," Meadows —a son,   erence Charles (Terry).   BIRKS. —On the 1st of June, at Sister For   sythe's Private Hospital, Malvern, to Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Birks —a son. Both well.   BRADY (nee Doris Leverington). —On the   1st of June, at Quambi, South terrace, to Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Brady a daughter   (Maureen Joan). Both well. BUNGEY (nee Athol Morris). —On the 28th   of May, at Wakefield street Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bungey —a daughter.   BAKER. —On the 2nd of June, to the wife of Gilbert Baker, of Gawler —a daughter.   BANHAM (nee Rita Elston). —On the 1st of June, at Allowah Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Banham, of Semaphore —a   son (Robert Edward). Special thanks to Drs. Bollen and McKenzie, also Sister Barry and staff. BANNON (nee Viv Bonnett). —On the 3rd   of June, at Monreith Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. B. Bannon —a son (Ian Ronald). Both   well. No visitors six days. BARTOLO. —On the 23rd of May, at 152 Swan terrace, Exeter, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Bartolo —a daughter (Shirley May). Thank   ing Dr. Russell and Nurse Waters. BRENNAN (nee Gwen Smith). —On the     2nd of June, at McBride's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Brennan, 14 Finnis court, Lower North Adelaide —a daughter.   BROWN (nee Howitt). —On the 3rd of June, at the Soldiers' Memorial Hospital, Murray Bridge, to Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Brown, Callington —a son.   BIELBY (nee Eleanor Howell). —On the   6th of June, at McBride's Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bielby —a son (John Clif   ford). Both well. Special thanks to hos pital staff and Dr. West. CAMPBELL. —On the 2nd of June, at   Unley Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. G. Campbell, of Eden Hills —a daughter (Jean   Mary) . CURRIE (nee Eileen Commons). —On the   2nd of April, at Bruce Rock Memorial Hos pital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Currie, Bruce Rock, W.A. —a daughter (Margaret Eileen).   CANT. —On the 31st of May, at Hutt street   Private Hospital, to the wife of Alister Mc Kinnon Cant, of Tusmore —a daughter (Eliza   beth Lawrence McKinnon). CUMMINS (nee Mary Huxley). —On the 1st of June, at Worraweena Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Cummins, of Wirrabara — a son. Thanking Dr. Burnard and hospital staff. CONOLE (nee Gladys Cleveland). —On the   31st of May, at Rowan Nursing Home, to Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Conole, of Kensington Park —a daughter (Raelene Jill).   DE LONGVILLE (nee Irene Anderson). — On the 28th of May, at Naracoorte Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. De Longville, of King ston —a son (Ian Charles). Both well.   Thanking Dr. Hamilton and hospital staff. ELLIS. —On the 1st of June, at Port Noar   lunga Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ellis —a son (Robert John).   ECKERT. —On the 2nd of June, at Memo   rial Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Eckert —a daughter (Valerie Joan).     FRANKLIN (nee Vi Harris). —On the 5th   of June, at Park terrace Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Franklin —a son (Mur ray Lenard). Both well. No visitors for five days. GEUE. —On the 1st of June, at the Hut   chinson Hospital, Gawler, to Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Geue, of Lyndoch —a daughter. Both   well. Special thanks to Dr. Kaines and nurs ing staff. HUTCHINSON (nee Linda Hamdorf). —On   the 1st of June, at South Coast Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hutchinson, of Victor Harbor —a bonny son (Robert John).   Thanking Dr. Shipway and nursing staff. HAWKES. —On the 10th of May, to the wife of Jack B. Hawkes, 25 Mercer parade, Geelong —a daughter.   HOWE (nee Frances Day). —On the 21st of   May, at Fermoy Hospital, Northam, Western Australia, to Mr. and Mrs. F. Howe —a   daughter (June Mavis). Both well. JOHNSTON (nee I. Reimann). —On the 24th of May, at Dartford Private Hospital, St. Peters, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Johnston —a   daughter. Special thanks to Dr. Ken. Cooper, Matron and staff. KELLNER. —On the 1st of June, to the wife   of A. H. Keliner —a daughter (stillborn).   KILSBY. —On the 2nd of June, at Warra   weena Private Hospital, Mile End, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kilsby, of Cockburn —a daugh   ter. Both well. KOSSATZ (Nina Hewton). —On the 5th of   June, at the Yorketown Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Glen Kossatz, of Honiton —a son.   KRIEWALDT. —On the 5th of June, to the wife of Martin Kriewaldt —a daughter.   LYON (nee Somerville). —On the 5th of   June, at Park terrace Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Lyon, of McLaren Vale —a   son. No visitors for seven days. MANIFOLD (nee Lorna Foord). —On the     6th of June, to the wife of F. M. Manifold, Mount Barker —a daughter.   MOORHOUSE. —At Memorial Hospital, to   Beryl, wife of Tom Moorhouse —a son.   McKENZIE (nee Joyce Dowling). —On the   30th of May at Unley Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. A. McKenzie —a daughter   (Daphne Annie). MELVILLE (nee Laurel Pizar). —On the 1st of June, at Unley Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Melville —a son   (Geoffrey Reginald). MORLEY. —On the 2nd of June, at a pri   vate hospital, Tumut, to the wife of John Chicele Morley, of Savernake, Batlow, N.S.W., formerly of Fifth avenue, St. Peters —a son.   MORPHETT. —On the 7th of June, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morphett, of 16 Martelsham crescent, Mitcham Park —a daughter. Both   well. MAXWELL (nee Mavis Copley). —On the   6th of June, at Bindarra Hospital, Brighton, to Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Maxwell, of Adelaide, road, Brighton —a son (Trevor John). Both   well. McEACHERN. —On the 4th of June, at 26   McDonnell avenue, New Hindmarsh, to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McEachern —a daughter   (Roma Veronica). Special thanks to Dr. J. Dwyer and Nurse Johns. NICHOLSON (nee Elsie Leggett). —On the   4th of June, at Sirius Private Hospital, to   Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Nicholson —a son.  

BIRTHS OTTENS (nee Vera Welke). — On the 30th of May, at the Blyth Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. H. Emil ottens, of Brinkworth — a son. Thanking Dr. Collins and staff. POWER (nee Hazel Yates). — On the 21st ??f May, at Petone Nursing Home, to Mr. and Mrs. Ted Power — a daughter (Bonny Iris) . PROSSER (nee Florence Phelps). — On the 22nd of May, at the Soldiers' Memorial Hos pital, Murray Bridge, to Mr. and Mrs. H. E Prosser, of Mypolonga — a .son. Special thanks to Dr. F. R. Wicks and HbspitalJStaff. RAWSON (nee Mary McDonnell). — On the 28th of May, at Leaford Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rawson, of Torrensville — a son (Barrie John). Thanking Dr. Wells, Sister Lynch, and Nurse O'Connell. ROBERTSON (nee Muriel Woodward).— On the 6th of June, at Wendouree Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. John Robertson, 18 Orchard avenue, Everard Park — a son (Gra ham John). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Frayne, Sister Fry, and staff. ROBINSON (nee Norma Willshire). — To Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson, of Parkside — a son (Brian John). RODDA. — On the 2nd of June, at Sister Berry's Private Hospital, Kadina, to Mr and Mrs. Jack Rodda — a son, RUSSELL (nee Dorothy Klingner). — On the 7th of June, at Warraweena Private Hos pital, to Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Russell, of Tor rensville — a daughter. Thanking Dr. J. D Rice and hospital staff. ? SINKINSON (nee Bessie Bell) .—On the 4th of June, at Onkaparinga District Hospital, Woodside, to Mr. and Mrs. Geoff Sinkinson, of Charleston — a daughter (stillborn). Spe cial thanks to Dr. Frewin and hospital staff. SILVA.— On the 26th of May, at Sirius, Alberton, to Mr. and Mrs. W. Silva, of Ren mark — a daughter (Geraldine Lois). SMITH. — On the 2nd of June, at Ena Nurs ing Home, Edwardstown, to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Smith, junior. Woodlands Park — a son (Trevor John). Special thanks Dr. Clayton and Nurse Reed. ' SHIPARD (nee Ronda Lawes). — On the 27th of May. at the Penong Memorial Hospi tal, to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Shipard — a son (Carl Edwin). SWANN. — On the 29th of May, at Memo rial Hospital, to Vera, wife of C. Swann — a daughter. STEICKE. — On the 4th of June, at St. John's Hospital, Prospect, to the wife of C V. Steicke, 165 Prospect road — a daughter. Both well. No visitors for seven days. Spe cial thanks to Dr. West and Sisters Rowlands and Lenton. ,. THOMAS (nee Jean Nettelbeck) .— On the 3rd of June, at Park terrace Private Hos pital, to Mr, and Mrs. Rex E. Thomas, 4 North street, Frewville — a son (Anthony Dean) . Both well. No visitors for five days. TEE- (nee Mollie McKenzie). — On the 5th of June, at Warraweena Private Hospital, Mile-End, to Mr. and Mrs. L. Tee, of Whyalla — a daughter (Audrey Margaret). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Philips, Sister Seibert and staff. VENNER. — On the 6th of June, at St. John's Private Hospital, Prospect, to Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Venner, of Golden Grove — a daughter (Francis Hilda). Both well. WELLS.— To Mr. and Mrs. C. V. T. Wells, of North Adelaide, on the 7th of June — a daughter. WEBB (nee Thelma Higgs). — On the 5th of June, at Blyth District Hospital, to the wife of W. John Webb, of Blyth — a bonny son (David John). WINTON (nee Vi Smith).— On the 4th of June, at Maitland Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Winton — a son, Robert ' William (Bobby). Special thanks to Dr. Wells, Mait land, and matron and staff. W.OHUNG (nee May Stubing).— On the 26th of May, at Cleve Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Wohling, of Waddikee — a daugh ter (Rochelle Bette). MARRIAGES HARRISON — HOPGOOD. — The marriage of Joan, youngest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. J. Hopgood, of Brompton, to Colin J., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. R. Harrison, of Maitland, was solemnised at the Hindmarsh Congregational Church, on the 14th of May, the Rev. C. A. Hawke officiat ing. LUSCOMBE— SCHARBER.— On the 2nd of May, at Risdon Park Methodist Church, Port Pirie, by Rev. V. Secombe, Edwin George, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frede rick Luscombe, of Solomontown, to Doris Muriel, only daughter of Mrs. and the late Michael Scharber. of Port Pirie West. MINCHAM — BOYLE. — On the 24th of May, at Jamestown, Claire, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. St. C. Boyle, of Jamestown, to V. Hans, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mincham. of Meningie. NEILSEN— WORBY. — The marriage of Thora Louisa, only daughter of Mrs. C. George, Port Augusta, to John Lund Neilsen, of Tarcoola, was solemnised by Rev. Canon E. Robinson, at St. Augustine's Church, Port Augusta, on the 18th of May, 1938. OSBORNE— TURNER.— On the 21st of May, at Campbelltown. by the Rev. F. L. Rooney. Mavis D., youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Turner, of Marden, to Percival, only child of Mr. and Mrs. G. Osborne, of Evandale. PALMER— BALDOCK.— The marriage of Elsie May. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Baldock. of Waikerio. to Gordon 'Palmer, of Ramco was solemnised at the Waikerie Methodist Church, on the 28th of May. The Rev. L. F. Ashman officiated. REED — LOCKWOOD. — The marriage of Dorothy, eldest surviving daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Lockwood, late of Port Vincent, to John Cecil Reed, of Broken Hill, was solemnised by Rev. Offrer at Broken Hill on the 5th of April. Tasmanian papers please ccpy. GOLDEN WEDDINGS AtJLT— GOODWIN.— On the 7th of June, 1888, at North Adelaide, by the Rev. W. E. Rice, John Charles, fourth son of the late Mr. and Mrs. F. Ault, of Birmingham, England, to Emma, sixth daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. Goodwin, of Prospect. Present ad dress — 35 Rose street, Prospect. FRANKLIN— BARTLETT.— On the 7th of June, 1888, at the Bible Christian Church, Sturt, by the Rev. James Rowe, the marriage was solemnised of Isaac E.. second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Luke Franklin, Sturt, to Elizabeth S., youngest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Bartlett, Coromandel Valley. Present address — 'Magnolia,' South road, Sturt. FAIRIIALL — rRICE.— On the 4th of June, 1888, at Melbourne, Alfred Ernest, fourth son of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Fair hall. Greymouth, New Zealand, to Eva, third daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Frank Price, late of Nairne. Present address: Ka toomba. Mount Lofty. HUNT— MILES.— On the 11th of June. 1888, at Congregational Church, Canterbury. Kent, England, Walter G. Hunt, to Emily Miles. At home Saturday afternoon, June 11th. at 'The Pines,' Paruna. MUIRHE AD— DOCKING. — On the 2nd of June, 1888, at the residence of the late 'Mr. S. F. Aitchison, Goodwood, by the late Rev. Alfred Metters. Frances A. Muirhead, third son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Muir head, of Norwood, to Agnes I. (Aggie), third daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. W. Dock ing, of Nantawarra, late of Middleton. Pre sent address — 25 First avenue, Cheltenham. At home Saturday. 4th June, afternoon and evening. MALYCHA — POCHOSKI. — On the 5th OI June, 18B8, at Seven Hills College, the mar riage of Theodore Malycha, to Rosalie Annie, eldest daughter of Michael Pochoski was solemnised. The wedding breakfast was held at the bride's home, at Seven Hills. Children of Marriage, are four sons, one daughter, and seven grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Malycha's present address is 57 William street, Croydon Park. PETERSON— RILEY.— On the 1st of June, 1888, at Bentham street, Adelaide, by the Rev. H. H. Hussey, Christian Peterson, of Denmark, to Ellen, second daughter of Henry and Emma Riley, of Stirling East. Present address: 50 L'Estrange street, Knoxville. SHERWIN— ROGERS.— On the 6th of June, 1888, at St. Rose's Church, Kapunda, by the Rev.. Dr. Byrne, D.D., David Sherwin, youngest son of the late James and Eliza -eth Sherwin, of Kapunda, to Bridget Mary Rogers, eldest daughter of the late Patrick and Mary Rogers, of Seven Hills. Present ddress — 313 Glen Osmond road, Glenunga.

SILVER WEDDINGS BISHOP — JOYCE. — On the 7th of June, 1913, at Pirie street Methodist Church, by the late Rev. Henry Howard, William J. of Campbelltown, to Ella C. R., of Forestville. Present address — 62 Second avenue, Royston Park. CRESSWELL— SYMONDS. — On the 4th of June, 1913. at Alexander street Methodist Church, Port Pirie. by the Rev. Jas. E. Cress well, George Edwin Cresswell, to Alice Amelia Symonds. Present address: 15 Cambridge terrace, Kingswood. EITZEN— CODD.— On the 2nd of June, 1913, at St. David's, Burnside, by Rev. J. Warren. Horace Herbert Eitzen, of Brompton, to Ursula Rebecca Codd, of Adelaide. Present address — 'Stanclane,' Reynella. FUSS — OLIVER. — On the 3rd of June, 193 3, at St. Peter's Church, Glenelg, by the late Rev. John Lumsdon. Leslie, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Fuss, of Leader street, Forest vills. to Vera Phyllis, daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. R. Oliver, of Ramsgate street. New Glenelg. Present address — 59 Angas road, Westbourne Park. HANCOCK— HYMERS.— On the 4th of June, 1913, at the Eastwood Methodist Church, by the Rev. A. R. Edgerley. John, youngest son of the late Mr. and Mrs J. Hancock, to Matilda Janet, eldest daughter of Mrs. Hymers and the late Mr. R. Hymers, of Kenilworth road. Parkside. Present ad dress: Terowie, South Australia. LUTTEMAN— HONEY.— On the 7th of June, 1913. at Saint Luke's Church, Whit more square, Adelaide, by the Rev. Knox, George Lutteman. of Padstow, Cornwall to Nellie . Honey, of Boscastle, Cornwall, Eng land. Present address — 10, Boston street, Kilkenny. MAYNARD— CHARD.— On the 4th of June, 1913, at St. Barnabas' Church, Clare, by the Rev. E. A. Corr.ish, Thomas Henry, second son of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Maynard to Florence Maud, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Chard. Address: Guildford street. Clare. Week-end address: 6 Farnhnm road, Keswick. OLSEN — DIAMOND.— On the 3rd of June. 1913, at St. Paul's Church. Port Pirie. by Rev. H. Severn. Elsie May Diamond, to Lionel E. A. Olsen. Present address, 7 Waymouth av., Glandore West. SCHOFIELD— EDGINGTON.— On the 5th of June, 1913, at St. John's, Halifax street, by the Rev. R. P. Hewgill, John Schofleld to Ellen Gertrude Edgington. Present address, 10 Franklin avenue. Flinders Park. TANNER — CAMPBELL. — On the 5th of June, 1913, at the Methodist Church, Silverton, by the Rev. G. W. Shapley, Florence May, eldest daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Campbell, of Silver ton, to Frank, third son of the late Mr. and Mrs. James Tanner, of Liverpool, England, Present address, 171 Gypsum street, Broken Hill. WILDE — RICHARDS. — On the 2nd oi June, 1913, at St. Bede's Church, Semaphore, by the late Rev. Canon Swan, Leonard Arthur Wilde to Gladys Eleanor Richards. Present address — 47 Wattle street, Fullarton Estate. APPROACHING MARRIAGES BISHOP — DETTMAN.— The marriage oi Myrle, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Bishop, of Brighton, and John, only son oi Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dettman, of Black Forest, will be solemnised at Christ Church, Hamil ton, Victoria, on the 11th of June, at 5 p.m. BRICE — CLEGGETT. — The marriage of D. E. Ruth, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Brice, Prospect, to Louis R., eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cleggett, Laura, will be solemnised at Holy Trinity Church, North terrace, on Saturday, the 11th of June, at 6.25 p.m. BURGESS— BROWN.— The marriage of Elsie (Bub), younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Burgess, of Kent Town, to Jack, only son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Brown, of Unley, will be solemnised at St. Paul's Church, Pul teney street, on Saturday, the 11th of June, at 7.15 p.m. BURTON — ROESLER. — The marriage ol Phyllis Doreen, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F G. Burton, of Golding St., York, to Dudley Alfred, elder son of Mrs. J. E. and the late Mr. H. A. Roesler, of McDonnell avenue, New Hindmarsli, to be solemnised at the Holy Trinity Church, North terrace, on Saturday, the 11th of June, at 7 p.m. BURTON — LYNCH. — The marriage of Dar danella, Joyce, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Burton, of Mannum, to Percival Charles, second son of Mr. and Mrs. W, Lynch, Caloote, will be solemnised at St Andrew's Church, Mannum, on the 11th o! June, at 7 p.m. BULLOCK— DAVISON. — The marriage of Vera, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. Bullock, of Edwardstown, to Thomas, youngei son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Davison, of Colonel Light Gardens, will be solemnised at St. Luke's Church, Adelaide, on Saturday, the 11th of June, at 7 p.m. CARR — FRY. — The marriage of Thelma, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Carr, o) Exeter, to Kevin, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Fry, of Mile End, will be solem nised at Methodist Church, Exeter, on the 11th of June, at 7.45 p.m. Friends and re lations cordially invited to ceremony. No reception. CARSON — STONE. — The marriage ol Dorothy Jean, only daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. Len Carson, of Alberton, to Al bert Laurence, elder son of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Stone, of Torrens Vale, will be solemnised at St. Paul's Church, Port Adelaide, on. Wednesday, the 8th of June, at 10.30 a.m. AH friends and relatives cor dially invited to ceremony. No' reception. CROSSMAN— AITCHISON. — The marriage of Dorothy R., younger daughter of Mrs. E. and the late Mr. Giles Crossman, of Glen unga, to Donald L. J., elder son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Aitchison, of Kensington Gardens, will be solemnised at the Unitarian Church, Wakefield street, on Saturday, the 11th ol June, at 7 li.m. COLE — BOWDEN. — The marriage of Irene, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Cole, of Forestville, formerly of Gateshead, England, to Thomas, only son of Mr. and Mrs. L. Bowden, of Edwardstown, will be solemnised at Unley Methodist Church, Hyde Park, on Saturday, the 11th of June, at 7 p.m. DUNC ANSON — GARDNER. — The marria ge of Mavis B. Duncanson, of Semaphore, to Leslie G. Gardner, of Largs Bay, will be solemnised at the residence of the Rev. D. McNicol, Kanowna road, Largs, on Saturday, the 18th of June, at 1.30 p.m. DUNGEY — CHAPMAN. — The marriage of Audrey, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Dungey, of Noarlunga, to Robert D., son of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Chapman, of Kings cote, will be solemnised at the Church ' of England, Noarlunga, on Saturday, the 11th of June, at 4 p.m. HOPKINS — BASSE. — The marriage of Evelyne May, twin daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. D. Hopkins, of Weaver avenue, Richmond, to Frederick, second son of Mr. and Mrs J. N. Hasse. of Walkerville road, St. Peters, will be solemnised at Scots Church North terrace, on the 11th of June, at 6.45. Reception, Wentworth, North terrace. HARRIS — BOWES.— The marriage of Nance, the third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, of Harcourt road, Payneham, to Joseph the youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr A. Bowes, will be solemnised at Payneham Road Methodist Church, on Satur day, the 11th o£ June, at 7 p.m. LINKE — WIENCKE. — The marriage of Hertha, only daughter of the late Mr. and   Mrs. P. A. Linke, Moculta, to Albert (Mick), youngest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. C. W. Wiencke, of Cambrai, will be solemnised in the Tynte street Lutheran Church, North Adelaide on Saturday the 11th of June at 4.30 p.m. Friends and relatives cordially in vited to ceremony. No reception. . LEUNIG — HORSELL. — The marriage ot Muriel Irene, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Leunig, of St. Peters, to Jack A. J. Horsell, only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Horsell, of Hyde Park, will be solemnised at 3t. Peter's College Chapel, on Saturday, the llth of June, at 7.30 p.m. No reception. LITTLEFIELD — CORNISH. — The marriage of Mary J., daughter of Mrs. A. and the late A. W. Littlefleld, of Semaphore, to Edward H., of Frankston, Vic, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Cornish, of Semaphore, will be solemnised at the Congregational Church, Semaphore, on Saturday, the llth of June, it 7 p.m.

APPROACHING MARRIAGES MEHRTENS— FRITH ? The marriage of Ivy Jean, only daughter of Mrs. I. B. and the late Mr. Arnoxt Mehrtens Parkside to Ed ward A. elder son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Frith, Adelaide, will be solemnised at St. Francis Xavier's Cathedral, Wakefleld street, on — Monday, the 13th of June, at 9 a.m. No reception. OSBORN — BUCKLEY. — The marriage of Hilda M., youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Osborn, of Kersbrook, to E. Mervyn, younger son of the late Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Buckley, of Pine Hut Creek, will be solem nised at the Kersbrook Church of Christ, on Saturday the llth of June at 6.15 cm. Relatives and friends cordially invited to ceremony. No reception. POPE— BATTAMS.— The marriage of Freda Gladys, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Pope Cobdogla River Murray to Henry Bernard, youngest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. W. A. Battams of Moorook River Murray, will be solemnised at the Barmera Congregational Church, on Saturday, the llth of June, at 7 p.m. Friends aand rela tives cordially invited to ceremony, and a dance bo follow in Cobdogla Hall 8 p.m. RANGES — GROVES.— The marriage of Gladys May youngest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. E. H. Ranger, of Port Pirie, to Leslie Ray, only son of Mrs. O. Groves, of Hilton, will be solemnised at the Central Methodist Church, Port Pirie, on Saturday, the llth of June, at 7 p.m. Reception at Central Hotel. RADFORD — CARPENTER. — The marriage of Merle, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. Radford, of New Hindmarsh, to Walter, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Carpenter, of Croydon, will be solemnised at Pirie street Methodist Church, on Saturday, the llth of June, at 7 p.m. SCHELLER — NEWELL. — The marriage of Thelma E., youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. Scheller, of Adelaide, to Arthur, only son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Newell, of Adelaide, will be solemnised at Flinders street Baptist Church on Saturday, the llth of June, at 6.45 p.m. Friends and relatives cordially in vited to ceremony. TOWNSEND— HAMS.— The marriage of Valera Jean, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Townsend. Terowie, to Alfred John, second son of Mr. and the late Mrs. A. E. Hams. Canowie Belt, will be solemnised at Terowie Methodist Church, on Saturday, the llth of June, at 9.30 a.m. THOMAS — HOWIE.- The marriage of Rhondda Edith, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Thomas, of Corinda avenue, North Kensington Park, to Lionel Rex, third son of Mr. and the late Mrs. T. Howie of Gladstone avenue, Magill, will be solemnised at Clayton Church, Norwood, on the llth of June, at 7 p.m. Friends and relatives cordially invited to ceremony. WASLEY — STYLES. — The marriage of Lola Jean, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Wasley, of Ovingham, to Frank H., fifth son of Mrs. Styles and the late Hon. A. W. Styles, of Unley, will be solemnised at the Ovingham Methodist Church, on the llth of June, at 7 o'clocck. Friends and relatives cordially invited to ceremony. WHITE — LETCHER. — The marriage of Beryl, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert White, of Hamilton, Victoria, to Frank H., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Letcher, of Mizpah avenue, Unley, will be solemnised at Christ Church, Hamil ton, on Saturday, the llth of June, at 7.30 p.m. WIESE — HAWKER. — The marriage of Bessie M., third daughter of Mr. F. Wiese and the late Mrs. Wiese, of Bordertown, to L. Roy, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hawker, Kaniva, will be solemnised at the Border town Methodist Church, on the llth of June, at 5 p.m. WILKIE — WHITE. — The marriage of Norma, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Wilkie, to Raymond, only son of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. White, both of Brompton, will be solemnised at Holy Trinity Church, North terrace, on Saturday, the llth of June, at 7.30 p.m. No reception. POSTPONEMENT OF MARRIAGE. CLEMENTS — MERRETT. — The marriage of Dulcie Clements, of Wayville, to Albert Merrett, of Unley, arranged to take place on the llth. of June, has been postponed on account of illness. ENGAGEMENTS BRAYSHAW — HAMMER. — The engage ment is announced of Ellen (Nellie), daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Brayshaw, of Nor wood, to Ralphe, second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Hammer, of Prospect. , BROWN— LITTLE. — The engagement Is announced of Nell, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs F. C. Brown, of Loxton, to Ray mond, only son of Mr. and Mrs. Little, of Myrla. BARNES — CABLE. — Tile engagement is announced of Jean Blanche, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Barnes, of Port Elliot, South Australia, to Fred William Cable, third son of Mr. and the late Mrs. F. Cable, ol Perth road, Bassendean. Western Australia. BUTSON-^EVANS.— The engagement is announced of Jean, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. N. Butson, of Clarence Park, to Douglas, second son of Mrs. J. and the late Mr. C. W. Evans, of Mile End. BURNS — HAWKE. — The engagement Is announced of Miss Lesley Alice Burns, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Burns, Malvern road. Toorak. Victoria, to Lieutenant Rex B. Hawke, elder son of the late Mr. D'Arcy Hawke and Mrs. Hawke, of Kingston ter race, North Adelaide. BEITZ — BAKER. — The engagement is an nounced of Lily, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Beitz, of Port Adelaide, to Bertram, only surviving son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Baker, Semaphore Park. BUCKLEY — MOIR. — The engagement is announced of Muriel F., second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Buckley, formerly of Sydney, to Donald A., fifth son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Moir. of Semaphore. BUCHAN — GREENLEES. — The engagement is announced of Jean, younger daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. Buchan, of Park side, to David H., only son of Mr. and Mrs. P. Greenlees, of Fullarton. BALFOUR — COFFEY.— The engagement is announced of Melva, orly daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D W. Balfour, of Coogee, N.S.W. (formerly Adelaide), to Francis, only son of Mrs. Prettejolm, and the late Mr. F. Coffey. of Adelaide. CATT — CLARK — The engagement is an nounced ot Betty Clifford, elder daughter oJ Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Catt, of Joslin, to Charles Murray, youngest son of Mrs. S. J. Clark, of St. Peters. CRAM — COLLINS. — The engagement Is announced of Elsie O., fourth daughter oi Mrs and the late Mr. D. Cram, of 24 Bertha street, Mount Gambier, to Alex C, fifth son of Mr. and Mrs. John Collins, of Hollesley, Suffolk, England. CLARE — CARTER. — The engagement is announced of Jessie May, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Clare, of Richmond, Victoria, to Alan Bertram, of Bendigo street, Burnley, Victoria, and eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Carter, of Goodwood road, Colonel Light Gardens. DEMPSEY — WILLIAMS. — The engagement is announced of Vera Merle, younger daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dempsey, Pavlich street. Port Pirie, to Irvine Clifford, youngest son of Mrs. and the late Rev. J. A. S. Wil liams, of Fairford street, Unley. DAVIDS— PYCROFT.— The engagement 5s announced of Gladys Jean, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Davids, of Clare, to Wil liam James, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Pycroft, of Stockport. DAVEY — LEE. — The engagement is an nounced of Florence A. ('Bobbie), younger daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. P. A. Davey, of South road. Emerson, to Ralph R. younger son of the late Mrs. and Major G. E. Lee, of the Royal Duke of York's Guston, Dover. Kent. DEWHURST— LINDSAY. — The engage- ment is announced of Kathleen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dewhurst, of Torrensville, to Edward Lindsay, of Woodville, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay, of Bordertown. FENWICK— WORDEN.— The engagement is announced of Margaret, younger daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Fenwick, of Dudley Park, to William, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Worden, of Hyde Park. FRY — WARD. — The engagement Is an nounced of Lillian Frances (Betty), elder daughter' of Mr. G. S. Fry, of Kimba, to Robert, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Ward, of Edwardstown.

? ^^^ ?? m ENGAGEMENTS X GERNER— RIORDAN.— The engagement is announced of Phyllis May, youngest daughter pf Mr. and Mis. H. K. Gerner. of North Walkerville, to Cyril Johnson only son of Mrs. E. Riordan. of Ethelton. GATES — HILL. — The engagement is an nounced of Joyce Lenore, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. J. Gates, McLaren Vale to Victor Howard Hill, of McLaren Vale, I?-1,! s.°™ °f the late Mr- and Mrs- James Hill, of Tailem Bend. JARRED— CRANE.— The engagement is announced of Margaret E., third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Jarred, of Frances, to Horace A., third son of Mr. and Mrs W. A Crane, of Coromandel Valley KOCH— SCHMIDT.— The engagement is announced of Dorothy Lorna. second daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koch, Rowland's Flat, to Paul Gerhard, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Schmidt. Vine Vale, Nuriootpa. LOXTON— POPE— The engagement is an lu.bnced of Ruby Evelyn, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Loxton, 157 South road Edwardstown, to Sydney William eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pope. Kingston, River Murray.   LEEDHAM— PERKINS. — The engagement is announced of Doris E., third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Leedham, of Prospect, to Norman T.. third son of Mr. and Mrs A. H. Perkins, of Brompton. LOXTON — POPL. — The engagement is an nounced of Ruby Evelyn, third daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Loxton, 157 South road Edwardstown, to Sydney William, eldest soa of Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Pope, Kingston, River Murray. MATULICK— FRAHN.— The engagemeent is announced of Mona C. J., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Matulick, of Renmark, to E. Norman Frahn, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Frahn, of Paringa. MOLD—EVANS. — The engagement is an-     nounced of Gladys E., eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Mold, of Willaston, to Albert S. Evans, of Willochra, youngest son of Mr. and the late Mrs. D. Evans, of Wil- laston. MAXTED — MAY. — The engagement is an nounced of Audrey, youngest daughter ot Mrs. and the late Mr. R. Maxted, of Wright street, to Stanley, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. May, of Wakefield street, Adelaide. McCTlLLOCH— BASFORD.— The engage ment has been announced of Eileen Kath leen, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McCulloch, of Bowden, to Leonard Victor, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Basford, of Brompton. MAU — LOVELL. — The engagement is an nounced of Valda Jean, younger daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. J. Mau, of Prospect Park, to Allan William, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Lovell, of Prospect. MANGELSDORF — GUPPY. — The engage ment is announced of Miss June D. Mangels dorf, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs Mangelsdorf. ol North Adelaide, to Alexander A. Guppy. son oi Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Guppy, of TorrensviUe. MASON — LANG. — The engagement is an nounced of Dulcie Constance, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C H. Mason ol Sturt road, Brighton, to Edgar Ralph, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. G. Lang, of Happy Valley. McKELL — WYATT. — The engagement is announced of Jean E., eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. J. A. McKell, of Albert Park, to Lawrence A., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fry, of Peroomba avenue, Kensington NOTTAGE— FRY.— The engagement is an nounced of Jean, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Nottage, of Parsons street, Way ville. to Albert, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Fry, of Percomba avenue, Kensington Gardens. POST — DULDIG. — The engagement is an nounced of Wilma, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Post, to Eric, third son ot Mrs. and thr late Mr. J. A. Duldiz, both ol KucSunda. RAMSAY— CAMPBELL.— The engagement is announced of Laura, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. Ramsay, of Colonel Light Ga:dens, to Ian R.. youngest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. H. Campbell, of Cotlonyille. ROWAN — VAUGHAN. — The engagement is announced of Yvonne J.. youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rowan, of Alberton, to Alfred B., only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vaughan, of Franklin. RADCLIFFE — SCOTT. — The engagement is announced of Rachel, youngest daughter of Mrs. Radcliffe and the late Mr. J. Rad cliffe, David terrace, Kilkenny, to Henry Maxwell, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Scott, Honeyton street, Seaton Park. SYMES — BAIN.— The engagement is an nounced of Hazel, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Symes, of Willaston, to Clifford, only son of Mr. and Mrs. D. J. Bain, ot Williamstown. SAX — PARKER ? The engagement Is an- ' nrjuueed of Lorna. eldest daughter of Mr and Mrs. H. E. Sax, of Davington, to Alex., eldest, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Parker, of Alberton. SYMONS— KOSSATZ ? The engagement l'.as been announced of Rita, only daughter of Mrs. C. F. and the late Mr. J. H. Symons, o* Ealsklava, to William Kossatz, of Balaklava third son of Mrs. and the late Mr. Kos Eiiiz, of Yorketown. SUTHERLAND — DORMER. — The engage ment is announced of Dorothy M.. second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Sutherland, to John B., only son of Mrs. M. Dormer, both of Mount Barker. TROY — EDWARDS. — The engagement is announced of Nancy Alice, youngest daughter of the late Mr. Edward Mathew Troy and Mrs Elsie Troy, Morphett street, Adelaide, to Edwin Jack, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Edwards, Wellington street, Port Ade laide. XURBILL — LAUIiENCE. — THe engagement is announced of Joyce, only child of Mr. and Mvs. A. Turbill, of Ashbrook avenue. North Norwood, to Joe, eldest son of Mrs. W. Bot ten, of Adelaide. VOWLES— WARHURST. — The engage- ment is announced of Eva Audrey, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Vowles, of Semaphore, to Joseph Edward (Eddie), youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Warhurst, of Fullarton. VIRGIN — HUFFA. — The engagement is an nounced of Winifred, youngest daughter at Mr. and Mrs. E. Virgin, of Hampstead, t* John, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Huff*, of Southwark. WATSON — SMITH.— The engagement is announced of Daphne, second daughter ot Mr. and Mrs. A. Watson, of Hindmarsh, to Hay, youngest son of Air. and Mrs. E. J. Smith, of Wallaroo. WILLIS — MURPHY. — The engagement ti announced of Rose Willis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Willis, of Alberton, to Mr. J. I» Murphy, youngest son of Mrs. and the lato BIRTHDAYS Birthday greetings are extended to th« undermentioned members of the Children's Hospital Birthday League. All communica tions regarding birthdays in this column must be addressed to the Lay Superintendent, Children's Hospital, North Adelaide. Mini mum insertion fee, 2/6. Mr. James Follett, 41 Main street. York (84 years). Mrs. T. W. Neill. McLaren Vale. 'Cheerio,' Kenneth Wyman, Naracoorte. 'Cheerio.' Russell Shillabeer. Allan Phillips, Melton. Ian Gould. Riverton. 'Cheerio' Harold Rlclies, Cowell. 'Cheerio' Brenda Mason, Strathalbyn. Mr. Bill Minocks, Keswick Hospital. Mrs. Sarah Millard, Itiman Valley. Mrs. A. G. Snow, Barmera. 'Cheerio' Maisie Patten, Curramulka. 'Cheerio' Robert Scarlett, Barmera. Mr. Edgar Atwell. Castambul, via Athelstone. Dipline Hunt, Winkie. Bci' Moore, Criterion Hotel, Quorn. 'Cheerio' Mrs. A. E. Abbott, Quorn. Mr. Hayward, 10 Cedar avenue, Brighton. Miss Ronda Ahrns, McDonnell St., Kadina. 3eorge Manuel, 335 Goodwood rd., King'*. Park. 'Cheerio' Joan Metcalfe, Northfield Hospital ?Cheerio' Lloyd Harvey, 242 Magill rd., Nortl*' Norwood. Mr. E. Murphy, of Semaphore. '?Cheerio' Ross Denton, Keswick. Coral Aimey, Laura. Gwenda Wildy, 13 King William road, Unley. Mrs. M. A. Smith. 49 Queen St.. Norwood (106 years). Mrs. E. J. Hocking. Sydney rd., Nairne. William Boulton. Bute. 'Cheerio' Yvonne Hollis, Princess War* A.C.H. Continued on Next Page /-* KM f~\

DEATHS, IN MEMORIAMS AND RETURN THANKS (Continued from Previous Page). DEATHS ANDERSON ? On the 6th of June, at the Port Pirie Hospital, Kate Eliza (nee Wills), re'.ici; of Harry Anderson, of Oodnadatta, aged 56 years. At rest. BARBOUK. — On the 3rd of June, at Perth, W.A., Samuel, dearly loved husband of Meta Barbour (formerly of North Adelaide), broiher-in-law ot Jas. Hilfers, Adelaide, and Gtrtrude Baass, Urania, aged 77 years. BYRNES, Patrick J.— 7 Stephens avenue. Torrensville, passed away Kimba Hospital on the 6th ot_June, 1938. R.I.P. BUTLER. — On the 6th of June, at Mount Barker, S.A.. Robert Vittcent, the beloved husband of Annie Jane Butler, late ol Western Australia, in his 68th year. BEDENNA. — On the 31st of May, at the residence of her sister (Mrs. F. H. Chapman), 3 Carey street, Magill, Louisa Annie Behenna. dearly beloved sister of Lottie (Mrs. C. S. Halls) and Alice (Mrs. F. H. Chapman). BUTLER. — On the 6th of June, at Mount Barker Robert Vincent, loving husband of Nancy and devoted father of Kathleen, in his 68th year. BUTLER. — On the 6th of June, at the Kent Town Private Hospital, Rosa:yn Ann (Salliei. wife of the lr.te Mathew Butler, late of Terowie. also sister of Mrs. John Butler, of Whyte Yarcowie. aged 79 years. R.I.P. BEER. — On the 7th of June, at a private hospital. Janet Mary, dearly beloved wife of Frank Beer, of 15 Wilcox avenue, Prospect, and loving mother of Elsie (Mrs. Cairns!. Doris, Florence (Mrs. McKenzie). Jack and William. In her 63rd year. BOUKKE. — On the 7th of June, at Two Wells. Clare (Mabel), beloved wife of William Bourke. aged 66 years. BROWN. — On the 4th of June, at West Perth, W.A.. John (Jack), plasterer, late of Parkside. aged 71 years.— Inserted by his loving sisters. BUSH. — On the 7th of June. Robert An drew, beloved third sen of Edward George and Alma Bush, of 60 Byron place, Adelaide, aged eight weeks. BEHENNA. — On the 31st of May, after a short illness, at the residence of her sister. Mrs. J. Halls, 3 Carey street. Magill. Mrs. Louisa Behenna. At rest. BATE*. — On the 5th of June, at Port Adelaide (result of accident), John Robert, dearly loved husband of Olive Sophia Batey, of 82 Franklin street, city. Aged 34 years. At rest. v BIDDEIX. — On the 3rd of June, at Port Lincoln, Edward James, loving father oi Ethel and Myra. BURGESS. — On the 4th of June, at Tar cowie street, Kilkenny, Mary Ann, dearly ? beloved wife of Richard Burgess, leaving two sons and a daughter to mourn their sad loss. Aged 76 years. Peace, perfect peace. BOND. — On the 5th of June, at Adelaide, Emily, dearly beloved wife of John Bond, and loving mother of Vida. Jack and Hazel. Aged 70 years. At rest. CLARK. — On the 5th of June, at her resi dence. Eden Hills, Edith Mary, beloved wife of the Rev. P. J. Clark, B.A., aged 54 years. CREWS. — On tfce 30th of May, at Perth, Louisa, teloved wife of Frederick Albert Crews, cf 107 Outram street. West Perth, loving mother of Bert (deceased). Percy (deceasedl, Florrie (Mrs. G. Feakes. Perth), Clarrie (Paroo Station. Wiluna). Roy (Penh), Myrtle (Mrs. A. Darbon, Subiaco). and Reginald (Victoria Parkl, eldest daugh ter of the late Jesse and Jane Wigzell. o! Littlehampton. South Australia, aged 81 years. At rest. DAVIDSON.— On the 5th of June, at his residence, Alberton, William, beloved hus band of Christina Davidson, leaving two sons and two daughters, aged 95 years. A colonist of 71 years. DAWSON. — On the 5th of June, at his residence. 57 Hewitt avenue. Rose Park. Edward Alfred, dearly beloved hUFband o: Lilian Maud Dawson, and loving father of Rita, Richard. Lyla, Edward, and Douglas, aged 68 years. DUNK. — On the 5th of June, at Milang (suddenly I, Elsie Mathilde. relict of Frank Dunk, and daughter of the late John Rudall. S.M., of Port Augusta, aged 69 years. DAVIDSON. — On the 5th of June, at his residence. 13 Davidson street. Alberton. Wil liam, beloved husband of Christina Davidson, leaving two sons and two daughters. Aged 95 years. A colonist of 71 years. EVERETT. — On the 2nd of June, at pri - vntfc hospital, Ada Annie Everett, late of High street, Grange, aged 76 years. FOOTE. — On the 5th of June, at her resi dence, 59 Burnside road. Kensington Park. Fanny, widow of William Buchanan Foote. FORST. — On the 4th of June, at Outer Harbor (suddenly), Carl, dearly beloved hus band of Amy Forst, of No. 146 Fletcher road, Largs Bay, aged 63 years. GODSMARK. — On the 4th of June, at Ade laide, Mary Gertrude, beloved wife of Leslie H. N. Godsmark. of Branston avenue. Devon Park, and loving mother of Betty, Phyllis. Roma, Len. and Connie, aged 44 years. At rest. GRAY.— On the 27th of May, at Broken Hill Hospital, Dot, the beloved husband cf Eisie and father of Norman, also late of Murrpeowie. Bulgunnia Todmcrden Sta t'.ons. GILES. — On the 2nd of June, at Bethesda Hospital. Melbourne, Elizabeth Elsie, dearly beloved wife of Brigadier J. A. Giles.of Sal vation Army. Melbourne, and loving mother of Alice. £va, and Eric, aged 55 years. A life Epent in loving service for others. GKYST.— On the 7th of June, at her resi dence. 148 Hindley street, Adelaide. Florence Elizabeth, widow of Edward Fisher Gryst, aged 79 years. GODSMARK.— On the 28th of May, a* Adelaide, William Robert (Lad), eldest son of the late W. R. and M. A. Godsmark, of M;lner street, Richmond. S.A. JONES.— On the 24th of May, at Kent Town, John Edwin (formerly of Blinman and Crystal Brook), beloved father of Arthur. Gilbert, and Edgar. KENTISH. — On the 5th of June, at pri vate hospital. Faith, third daughter of the late H. D. and F. A. Kentish, and sister of the late dearly beloved Beulah Hope Kentish Privately interred. KEMFSON. — On the 1st of June, Vincent J. Kempson (suddenly), at his brother's residence. 9 Forest street, Glandore, aged 68 years. KING. — On the 7th of June, at Adelaide, Ellen, second daughter of the late Patrick and Ellen King (late of Snowtown). Re quiescat in pace. KNISPrX. — On the 6th of June, at Mareeba Babies' Hospital, Woodville, Wil liam David, beloved youngest son of Emanue E'nst and Gladys Ellen Knispel, of Ni;riootpa. aged eight months. Safe in the amv; of Jesus. LATTER. — On the 4th of June, Alexander Erskine Latter, loving husband of Florence M.:Ud Latter, of Belair. LOCK.— On the 2nd of June, at a private hospital, Mary J. (Jennie), dearly beloved wife of J. A. Lock, 57 Winchester street, Mal vern. At rest. LOCK (nee Hosking). — On the 2nd of June, Jennie beloved elder daughter of Thomas and Margaret Hosking (late of Terowie), and loved sister of Lillian. Thomas, Horace, and Rupert. Rest after suffering. LANYON.— On the 18th of May, at 10K Terrace road. Guildford, W.A.. John Charles Lanyon. late of Wallaroo, and brother of Mrs. W. Murton, of Cummins, aged 73 years. LINTON.— On the 3rd of Jure, at Ade laic'e, George Edward, dearly loved husband of Pauline Linton, of Lyndoch, in his 68th year. At rest. MCDONALD.— On the 27th of May, ..my Emily, dearly beloved wife of Donald Mc Donald, Katanning, W.A., and second daugh ter of the late John and Emma Porter, for merly of Narridy, 6.A., aged 63 years. MORTESS. — On the 2nd of June (sud denly), Louisa, dearly beloved wife of Walter Moitess, at 4 Norman street, Woodville, lov ing mother of Keith, Eric, Ivan, Rex, Ron, and Jack. At rest. MORPHETT.— On the 3rd of June, at Broadview, Richard Arthur, beloved husband 1 f Florence Emily. Morpbett. loved father of Hazel, Iris. Dorina, and Laurel, aged 64 years. With Christ, wbbh is far better.

,..,.- DEATHS MATTFELD. — On the 2nd of June, at the residence of her daughter, Mrs. A. Hood, Freeling, Antonia Mattfleld, late of Grun thal. and loving mother of Anna iMrs. A Hood) and Edward, of W.A., aged 101 years. MAGOR. — On the 19th of May, Mary. Anne, dearly beloved wife of the late John Magor, aged 81 years. Interred in the Moonta Cemetery on the 20th of May, 1938. Peace fully sleeping MARTIN. — On the 1st of June, at Adelaide. Wil iam, relict of Margaret Martin, of Wattle avenue, Royal Park, late of Glanvill,?. loving father cf Fred. Jim, Alt. Jack, and Nellie, aged 72 .-eais. MURriJY (nee Willis).— On the 4th oi Ji'ne, at the Soldiers' Memorial Hospital Balaklava, Mary Margaret, beloved wife of Thomas' Edward Murphy, aged 41 years. MURFTTT. — On the 5th of June, at Ade lr.:de, William, beloved husband of Edith Theresa, of 69 First avenue, St. Peters, aged 58 years, late of Norwood, S.A. (Suddenly.) MAYHEW. — On the 1st of June, at Ade laide as result -of an accident. Leslie Arthur, dearly be:oved only son of Agnes Hilda Suckling (formerly Mayhewl and the late 3ydney William Mayhew. of Port Lincoln, late A'.I.F . aged 43 years. MITCHELL. — On the 4th of June, at his residence, Yankanlla, George, dearly loved husband of Sarah Ann Mitchell, loving father of Sarah and Nell deceased. George, Sam, Celia, Alfred, Horace, Doris, and Doreen, aged 86 years Peacefully sleeping. MORRIS. — On the 6th of June, at Adelaide. Florence Hope, the beloved wife oi Henry Muir (Harry I Morris, of Gaffney street. Rail way Town. Broken Hill, and loving mother of ppicie. Keith and Colin. Aged 61 years. Rest ing. MEYER. — On the 5th of June, at Adelaide, Rebecca, widow of Gustav Meyer, late of Kangarilla. loving mcther of Howard, Lydia, and Regina. aged 72 years. Resting. NOBLE. — On the 5th of June, at Mait- land V P , William John Noble, beloved hus band of Lucie J. Noble, leaving three sons and two daughters, aged 72 years. A patient suf ferer at rest NORTHEY.— On the 28th of May, at the Government Hospital, Kalgoorlie, Eustace Harold Northey, late of the Paringa Gold Mine Fimistoii (formerly Kadina, S.A.), de voted husband of Lilian Northey, and loving father cf Mavis, Rob. and Gwen. O'REILLY.— On the 31st of May (sud denly), Thomas, dearly beloved husband of Mary (nee Erogan), and loving father of Melville and Laurie, aged 52 years. Late of the *8th Battalion, A.I.F. Third beloved son of the late P. and E. O'Reilly, of Aldgate, and loving brother of Mrs. Mullin, Amble side- Pat. Port Augusta; Laurie, Aldgate; Dol. Aldgate: and John, Goulburn. R.I.P. O'REILLY. — On the 31st of May (sud denly), Thomas, dearly beloved husband of Mary O'Reilly (nee Brogan), of 22 Railway terrace. West Croydon (late 48th Battalion, A.I.F. ). and loving father oi Melville and Laurie. Requiescat in pace. NATION.— On the 28th of May. at his re sidence. Lake Sunday, John Nation, loved father of Will. Florrie. Lucy, Frank, in his eiglity-third year. Arrived in ship Light ning, 1876. O'BRIEN. — On the 6th of June, at Ade laide. Sophia O'Brien, relict of James O'Brien, late of Hyde Park, formerly of Burra, loving mother of Max and Phil, aged 64 years. At rest. ODLUM. — On the 1st of June, at a pri vate hospital, Annie (Nina) Brinkworth Odium, deaTly beloved wife'' of J. H. Odium, of 'Pondolowie,' Esplanade, Grange. REIDY. — On the 31st of May, at her resi dence, 77 Frederick street, Unley, Florence Lillian, beloved wife of the late Patrick Reidy, of Broken Hill, aged 58 years. Re quiescat in pace. RICHARDS. — On the 1st of June, at Ade laide. James Cuthbert Richards (late of 16th Battalion A.I.F.), formerly of Port Pire, beloved husband of /Christina Maud Richards, of 14a Owen street, Adelaide. Aged 54 years. At rest. RALPH. — On the 1st of June, at her resi dence. Grant, avenue. Rose Park, Elizabeth Parker, beloved wife of William Henry Ralph. At rest. RANFORD. — On the 3rd of June (sud denly), Adelaide Fanny, youngest daughter of the late Octavius and Elizabeth Ranford, aged 72 years. Resting. RYDER. — On the 2nd of June, Sydney Alfred, the dearly loved only son of Alfred and the late Alice Ryder, and loving brother of Dorothy, aged 23 years. Peacefully sleep ing. ROWE. — On the 5th of June, at Adelaide, Alice May. dearly beloved wife of John Peter Rowe, and loving mother of Marjorie and Irene, of Whyalla, S.A. Patient suSerer at rest. REYNOLDS.— On the 6th of June (sud denly), at his residence, 34 Hughes street, Unley. John Warn, beloved husband of Elsie Reynolds, and loving father of Beth, aged 64 years. RODDA. — On the 4th of June, at Kadina. John, the darling son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Rodda. SLOCUM. — On the 5th of June, at her re sidence. 165 Cornish street, Broken Hill, Emily Jane (Eager), beloved wife of Albert, and loving mother of Lily and Ruby, grandma of Ailren and Maxene, aged 63 years. SORRELL. — On the 4th of June, at her residence. 66 Moseley street, Glenelg, Ada, widow of George Frederick Sorrell, and be loved mother of Margaret and Ken. aged 70 years. SIERP.— On the 5th of June, at Kintore avenue, Kilburn, Ernest Franz, dearly loved husband of Mary Elizabeth Sierp, in his 79th year. SYKES.— On the 5th of June, at 125 Gil bert street, Adelaide, Clara Jane Sykes (for merly Laine), wife of Samuel Joseph Sykes, aged 67 years. At rest. SEATON. — On the 3rd of June, at 89 Shir ley road. Woolstoncraft, Sydney, Violet, be loved wife of Frederick Seaton, formerly of Unley. SEATON. — On the 3rd of June, at Sydney, Violet, youngest daughter of Mrs. S. A. Ca,meron and the late R. Cameron, of Mar garet street, Kensington, aged 42. At rest. STRATIIEARN (nee Eglington). — On the 28th of May. at Rabaul, New Guinea, Ruby, dearly beloved wife of Alex. J. Strathearn, aged 25 years, loving daughter-in-law of J. and M. Strathearn, No. 40 Gilbert street, Goodwood Park. STEPHENSON. — On the 3rd of June, at his residence, 75 Robsart street, Parkside, Ed ward James (Teddy), the beloved husband of Henrietta Stephenson, and loving father of Harold. Jack. Doris, and Margaret, aged 61 years. Resting. STAPLETON. — On the 2nd of June, at his late residence. 6 Railway terrace. Goodwood, Austin Henry . Stapleton, beloved husband of Isabella Stapleton, aged 86 years. Leaving six daughters and three sons to mourn their sad loss. Requiescat in pace. SPECK. — On the 1st of June, at his resi dence, 339 Brighton road, Brighton, Robert William, beloved husband of Mary (May) Speck, aged 61 years (suddenly). - SHANASY. — On the 31st of May, at her residence, 168 Childers street. North Ade laide. Laura Anita, the beloved widow of Dr. William T. Shanasy. SPECK. — On the 1st of June, at his resi dence, 339 Brighton road, Brighton, Robert William, beloved husband of Mary (May) Speck. Aged 61 years. (Suddenly). SELLERS, Campbell. — On the 5th of June, at. Geelong, Victoria, dearly beloved brother of Mrs. C. H. Stacy, of Klngswood, S.A., and the late Mrs. H. Williams and late Robert Sellers. SEATON (nee Violet Cameron). — On the 3rd of June, at Sydney, Violet, beloved daughter of Mrs. S. A. and the late R. Cameron, of Margaret street, Kensington, aged 42 years. At rest. SIERP, Ernest. — On the 5th of June, at Kilburn, eldest son of late Professor Frede rick and Priscilla N. Sierp, beloved brother of Fred, Rose, PriEcilla, and Amala Sierp. English papers please copy. THIELE ? On the 6th of June, Kathleen Mary Thlele, beloved second daughter of Edward and Elsie May Thlele, of 114 Tay lor's road, Thebarton. Aged 19 years. A patient little sufferer at rest, TREMEWAN.— On the 22nd of May, at Pri vate Hospital, Palmerston North, Susan, be loved wife of the late Daniel Tremewan, of Feilding, N.Z., and second daughter of the late Paul and Susan M, Roach, of Pen wortham, S.A., aged 81.

DEATHS TRELOAR. — On the 1st of June, at her residence, 8 Castle street, Parkside, Alice Adelaide, widow of John Samuel Treloar, loving mother of Myrtle, Len, Harry and Coran, loving sister of Florence Mayne, aged 78 years. A life spent in loving service for others. TAMBLYN.— On the 1st of June, at Walla roo Mines. Elizabeth Ann, dearly loved wife of Thos. (Capt. Tom) Tamblyn, aged 85 years. VANSTONE. — On the 27th of May, at Yorketown Hospital, Len W. P. Vanstone, beloved husband of Stella, and beloved father of Ror, and Keith. Resting. VANSTONE. — On the 27th of May, at Yorketown Hospital, Len W. P. Vanstone, beloved husband of Stella and beloved eldest son of S. V. and A Vanstone, Yorketown. 'So dearly loved; so sadly missed.' VIGAR. — On the 1st ot June, Barbara May, the beloved twin daughter of J. H. Vigar, of Yeelana. and granddaughter of James Telfer. of 9 Sherbourne road, Medin die Gardens. Aged 14 years and three months. At rest. VIRGINT. — On the 6th of June, at her lesidence, 3 Giles street, Toorak, Emily, widow of A. G. Virgint. WIGHT ? On the 6th of June, David Har ris, dearly beloved infant son of Mr. and Mrs. D. H Wight, of 12 Fourth avenue. Kclmsdale, aged three months. WATSON (nee Ethel Loud).— On the 9th of May, at Western Australia, loving sister of Clara Brock. 9 Ramage street. Unley. WYATT. — On the 1st of June, at the resi dence of her son, Mr. G. H. P. Wyatt, Pen field, Mary, beloved wife of the late George Wyatt and loving mother of Alfred, Dick, Perce, Hurtle, Clem, Elsie, and the late Doris, in her 78th year. Resting. WO0LN0UGH.— on the 4th of June, at Strathalbyn. Nellie, dearly beloved wife of the Rev. H. Woolnough. a^ged 54 years. WILSON. — On the 4th of June, at Ade laide Hospital, Arthur George XGeorge) Wil son, of Gladstone avenue, Magill, beloved brother of Edward William Wilson, of Glos sop, aged 35 years. He suffered much patiently. WARD.— On the 7th of June, at his late residence, 20 Alfred street, Clarence Park William Alfred, dearly beloved husband of Clara and loving father of Will, Molley, and Rita, aged 53 years. Formerly Broken Hill date W. R. James). WARD.— William Alfred. 20 Alfred street, Clarence Park. loved only son of Mrs. M. J. Lima and brother of Mrs. A. E. Inwood, of Prospect, passed away on the 7th of June. WARD.— William Alfred, 20 Alfred street, Clarence Park, brother-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Gentle, Reade Park, and Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Gentle, Brighton. WARD. — On the 7th of June, at his late residence, 20 Alfred street, Clarence Park. William Alfred, beloved son-in-law of Mr and Mrs. Lewis Jones, and loving father of William and Freda, all of Broken Hill. WTATT. — On the 1st of June, at the re sidence of her son, Mr. G. H. P. Wyatt, Pen field, Mary, beloved wife of the late George Wyatt, and loving mother of Alfred, Dick, Perce, Ted. Hurtle, Clem, Elsie, and the late Doris, in her 78th year. Resting. ZERK. — On the 2nd of June, at her re sidence. Rosedale. Christina Martha, widow of Friedrich C. J. Zerk. aged 68 years 11 months. At rest. ZEUNER. — On the 31st of May (sud denly), at Manoora Hotel, Manoora, Vivian Clarence, the dearly beloved youngest son of Mrs. E. H. Zeuner, and only son of the late J. C. Zeuner, brother of Hilda and step brother of Lou and Soph. Aged 24 years. Sadly missed. CORRECTION COVENEY. — On the 28th of May, at Calvary Private Hospital, James Coveney, of Waikerie Hotel, beloved brother of John, of Adelaide; Mrs. J. Topsfleld, of Brighton; Mrs. W. Campbell, of O'Halloran Hill. Re quiescat in pace. IN MEMORIAM DOECKE.--In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away on the 7th of June, 1937. Calm and peaceful he is sleeping, Sweetest rest has followed pain; We who loved him sadly miss him. But trust in God to meet again. — Inserted by Herman and Ireen, grand- daughter. KAIRL. — In loving memory of our mother who died on the 7th of June. 1936. In memories' garden. I walk with you. —Inserted by May. N.S.W. KAIRL. — In loving memory of our mother, who passed away on the 7th of June, 1936. Deep in our hearts her memory is kept. We who loved shall never forget. — Inserted by her loving family. MOULDS. — In loving memory of Ernest, who passed away on the 8th of June, 1933. — Inserted by his loving wife and family. LOVERIDGE. — Treasured memories of our dear little Cyril, accidentally killed on the 10th of June. 1937. Memories are golden, no one can steal, Death leaves a heartbreak nothing can heal; To have and to love, and then to part. Is the saddest story of a cousin's heart. — Inserted by his cousins, Miriam and Fred Adams and Allan Waters. MULLEN. — In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on the 12th of June, 1920. What happy days we once enjoyed When we were all together. But the chain has a missing link, Those days have gone for ever. It's just 18 years since that sad day That my dear mother passed away; God took her home, it was His will. Forget her, no, I never will. — Inserted by her loving son, Horace. McEVOY. — In loving memory of our dear mother, C. L. McEvoy, who died at Clare on the 6th of June, 1938. ^ You were curs, and we remember. Though all the world forgets. — So dearly loved and so sadly missed by her sorrowing daughters, M. McMahon, K. Walsh, S. McEvoy. RETURN THANKS MR. AND MRS. J. HENRY GATES and FAMILY, of Balaklava, desire to THANK all kind relatives and friends for letters, cards, floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy in their recent sad and sudden bereavement. Special thanks to Pastor W. N. Bartlett, Mr. J. M. Smith, and the Stow Telephone Exchange. Will all please accept this as a personal acknowledgement of sincere gratitude? ? 'IVTRS. L. HIGHAM and FAMILY, of Pros 1TJ. pect. wish to express their very GRATE FUL THANKS to relatives, friends and neighbors for letters, cards, floral tributes and kind expressions of sympathy in theii recent sad bereavement. Special thanks to .Dr. H. E. Pellew. Pastor .W. N. Bartlett. Constable Fry, Mr. G. Beeching, Mr. and Mrs. w. Way. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Gates. Mrs B. Harvey. Mrs. J. Fuller and Mrs. E. Dunn Will aril please accept this as a personal ex pression of sincere thanks? ? MRS. E. D. BROPHY and FAMILY, of Man num, wish to THANK all relatives and kind friends for letters, cards, floral tributes and personal expressions of sympathy In their recent sad bereavement. Please accept this as a personal expression of gratitude.

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