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BIRTHS, MARRIAGES AND DEATHS

Announcements under this heading mint 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 announcements fn which a Funeral announcement is made are charged for as if Death and Funeral were separate announcements, namely — the minimum charge of 2/6 and 3/6 respectively. In Memoriam and Death Announcements containing reference to more than one deceased are charged 2/6 for each deceased mentioned as if they were distinct and separate advertisements. Engagements and Approaching Marriages and Marriage notices require the signa ture of both parties concerned. BIRTHS AMES (nee Juncken). —On December 6,   to Vera and Will —a son. Grateful thanks   to all in attendance. ABBOTT. —On December 15, at Crys   tal Brook Hospital, to Zita and Matt, of Gladstone —a son. Both well. Thank   ing Dr. Caust, Sisters Rieschick and Ryan and hospital staff. ADAMS (nee Williams). —To the wife of J. C. Adams, on December 19, at the Memorial —a daughter.   ALCOCK. —On November 19, at Port Pirie Maternity Block, to Zoe, wife of H. Alcock —a daughter.   AYLIFFE. —On December 20, Salisbury   District Hospital, to Hilda and Bill —a son. Both well. No visitors for five days. Thanking Dr. Hunter and Dr. Gault and hospital staff. ARNOLD (nee Miegel). —On December   15, at Angaston Hospital, to Lorna and Ron —a daughter. Thanking Dr. Hoop   mann and all in attendance AHRENS (nee Filsell). —On December 22, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, to Joy and Jack —a son (Peter Allen). Both   well. BETHUNE (nee Roma Shueard). —On   December 23, to Roma and Bill —a   daughter. BAUM (nee Cashman). —On December   18, at Rowan, to Nora and John —a son.   BRANDWOOD. —At Calvary, on Decem ber 15, to the wife of H. B. Brandwood —a son. BREWER (nee Warne). —On December   13, at Whyalla Hospital, to Phyllis and Lionel —a son (Terence Gordon). Thanks   to Dr. Zimmet and nursing staff. BENNETT (nee Jones). —On December   16, at S.C.D.H.. to Doris and Ross —a   daughter (Jennifer Mary). Both well. Thanking Dr. Collins, Dr. Shipway, and hospital staff. BOEHM. —On December 19, to Rita, wife   of R. V. Boehm, Blackwood Park —a son.   BRAZEL. —On December 20, at the Ren   mark Hospital, to Jean, wife of John A. Brazel —a daughter.   BALLINGER (nee Waite). —On Decem   ber 16, at Nhill (Vic.) Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Ballinger, of Wolseley — a son. Both well. BLACK. —On December 16, at Port   Pirie Maternity Hospital, to Hilda and Gordon —a daughter (Rosemary Aiine).   BUTTON (nee Smith). —On December       11, to Eunice and Murray (Bill), of Myponga —a daughter (Lynette Joan).   Thanking Dr. De Souter and Mrs. Jones. BROWN (nee Neumann). —On Decem   ber 13, at S.M. Hospital, Murray Bridge, to Olga and Douglas —a son (still   born). CLARKE (nee Faith Natt). —On   December 16, at Strathalbyn Memorial   Hospital, to wife of Colin R. Clarke, of Langhorne's Creek —a daughter (Elisa   beth Faith). CARR (nee Harkness). —On November   28, at Bethelheim, to Jenny and Norman —a son. Both well.   COONAN (nee Riddell). —To Bett and Ken, on December 19, at South Glen —a   son (Michael Crossley). Grateful thanks to Dr. Hendrickson, sisters and staff. CRAIG (nee Newman). —On Dec. 20, to   Ron and Vera —a son (Andrew John   McAllister). Both well. Thanking Dr. Peters and staff of Henley Hospital. CLARK (nee Thomas). —On December   16, at Balaklava S.M. Hospital, to Erica Anne and Norman —a daughter (Tiena   Anne). Thanking D'r. Short and hospital staff. CARRIER (nee Sandell). —On De   cember 11, at the Broken Hill and Dis trict Hospital, to Cis and Bill —a daugh   ter (Elise). Special thanks to Drs. Walsh, Funder and nursing staff COX (nee Shrubsole). —On December   16, at Balaklava S.M. Hospital, to Anne and Arthur —a son.   CRAYFORD (nee Boulger). —On De   cember 9, at Henley Private Hospital, to Hazel and Jim —a son (Edward John).   Both well. Thanking everyone in at tendance. CLAYTON (nee Kinnane). —On De   cember 16, at Calvary, to Ron and Nora —a son.   CURTIS. —On December 17, at Emer   gency Hospital, to Sid and Iris —a son   (Noel Charles). Both well. COLEMAN (nee Cox). —On December   19, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, to Vema and Ray —a daughter (Marilyn   Kaye). Thanking Dr. Cherry and nurs ing staff. CLARK (nee Noske). —On December 12,   at Lobethal District Hospital, to Frieda and Ron —a daughter (Barbara Dawn).   Both well. Thanking all in attendance. CRITCHLEY (nee Williams). —On De cember 17, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gaw ler, to Ronda and John —a daughter.   Thanking all in attendance. COCKS. —On December 20, to Clara and Bill —a son (Allan Desmond). Spe   cial thanks to Dr. Haste and Rowan Hospital staff. DONALDSON (nee Cartwright). —On December 15, at Quorn, to Roma, wife of R. H. Donaldson —a son.   DICKENSON (nee Searle). —At Sirius, on 21st, to Lu and Ray —a daughter   (Marolyn Low). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Jolly and staff. DAVIES (nee HaHam). —On November   30, at Northern Hospital, to Shirley and Colin —twins, daughter Annette and son   (Christopher lived one day). Mother and daughter well. DOHN'T (nee Sherlock). —On December   18, at Calvary, to Lorna and Leo —a   daughter (Claire Lorraine). DAVIS (nee Joy Norris). —On De   cember 17, at the S.M. Hospital, Mount Barker, to Joy and George, of Aldgate — a son (Graham John). Thanking Dr. Crafter and hospital staff. Both well. EBERT (nee Brand). —On December 15,   at Berri Hospital, to Edna and Allan —a   daughter (Beverley Ann). Both well. Thanking Dr. Hayes, matron and staff ECKERMANN. —On December 14, at the Women's Intermediate Hospital, Bris bane, to Rev. and Mrs. Con. Eckermann — a daughter (Margaret Joan). EVERETT (nee Burnside). —On Decem   ber 19, to George and Jean —a son (John   Edward). Premature. Both well. FECKNER. —On December 23, at Mt.   Pleasant District Hospital, to Betty and Gordon, of Eden Valley —twin daughters.   All well. Special thanks to Dr. Cowling, matron and staff. FRAHN (nee Seekamp). —On December   13, at Renmark Hospital, to Anne and Hugo —a son. Both well. Thanking all   in attendance. FULLER (nee Aird). —On December 19,   at Hindmarsh, to Nance and Lloyd —a   daughter (Rosslyn Dawn). Thanking Dr. Greenlees and staff. Both well. FAULL. —On December 17, at Calvary Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Reg Faull —a   son (Kym Francis). Thanking Dr. John Rice and Sister Virginia. FLEMING (nee Best). —On December   16, at Park Terrace Private Hospital, to Joyce and Edmond —a daughter (Kath   ryn Joy). Special thanks to Dr. Wilson, Sister Nicol and staff. FITZGERALD (nee Montgomery). — On December 16, to Gwen and Steve —a   daughter (Jeanette Kay). Thanking doctor and staff at Q.V.M.H. Both well. FOOTE. —At Gumeracha S. M. Hospi tal, on December 19, to Dorothy and Cliff —a son. Thanking Dr. Strattman   and emergency staff. FREER. —On December 12th, at Bar   mera, to Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Freer —a   daughter (Laurel Margaret). Melbourne papers please copy. FARLEY (nee Henderson). —On De   cember 19, at Eudunda, to Yvonne, wife of David R. Farley —a daughter (Helen   Margaret).

BIRTHS EATS (Bowyer). — On December 19, at S.C.D.H., to Rhoda and Bob — a daughter (Pauline Margaret). EHRKE. — on December IS, at Mem orial Hospital, to the wife- of V. Ehrke— a daughter. Thanking Dr. Scutt, hospital sisters and staff. FIELD. — on December 22, at Burra . Hospital, to Enid and Bert — a daughter. FIRRELL. — On December 21, at the Memorial, to Min and Fred — a son. Both well. No visitors seven days. FITTOn (nee Lovelock). — On December 19, at South Glen Hospital, to Beryl and Wallace — a son (Bronte James). Both well. Special thanks to Dr. Steele Scott and hospital staff. FLOWER.— At Jamestown Hospital, on December 17, to Marion and Tom — a daughter (Mary Edith). FOIXETT (nee Madigan). — To Kit and Harry, on December 20, at Northern Hos pital — a daughter. Grateful thanks to Dr. G. R. West and hospital staff. FOSTER — On December 14. at Ceduna Hospital, to Laurel and Art — a son (Rob ert Arthur). Thanking Dr. Gibson and sisters. GILBERT (nee Ness). — On December 10, to the wife of E. Gilbert — a son (Peter). GILES (nee Pratt). — On December 20, at Calvary, to Mary and Maurice — a son (Richard Maurice). GREENLEES. — On December 20. to Ann, wife of Rollo Greenlees— a daugh ter. GORDON (nee Thomson, late of Kadina). — On November 19, at Memorial Hospital, Casterton, Vic, to Joyce and Wally — a daughter. GOULDEN (nee Sheehan). — At Ren mark Hospital, on December 18 to Reg and Una — a son (Michael Hay ward). HOFFMANN (nee TwartzK— On De cember 19, at Eudunda Hospital, to Gladys and Vic — a son. HYDE (nee Chapman). — On Decem ber 19, at Pinnaroo S.M. Hospital, to Lois and Clarry — a son (Ronald Wayne). Thanks to Dr. Wilkinson anl staff. HARDY (nee Gardiner). — On December 17, at Memorial Hospital, to Beryl and Stuart — a daughter. HANCOCK (nee Cooper).— -On Decem ber 19, at Hindmarsh Maternity Hospital, to May and Norm — a daughter (Chris tine May). Special thanks to Dr. Dwyer and hospital staff. HARRISON (nee Pawson).—To Madge     and George — a son (Maxwell Paul). On December 15, at Unley Private Hospital. Both well. HAWKER. — On December 18. at Memo rial Hospital, to the wife of William E. Hawker — a son. HARRIS. — On December 21, at Mem orial Hospital, to Nancie and Jack — a daughter (Beverley Joy). HENW00D. — On December 15, Park terrace, to Elsa and Harry— a son, Robert Bruce. Thanking Dr. Woods, Mat ron Nichol and staff. IIOBBS inee Nurse Malone). — On De cember 19, at Northern Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. H. Hobbs— a bonny son. Both well. Thanking Dr. West and staff. No visitors for seven days. HENDERSON.— On December 16 at Port Lincoln Hospital, to Beverley — a daughter. HUNT. — On November 27. at S.C.D.H., to Hilda and Eustace, of Second Valley — a daughter (Julia Fay). HENDERSON. — On December 16, at Port Lincoln, to Beverley, wife of Bernie — a daughter. JORDAN. — On December 13. at S.M. Hospital, Murray Bridge, to Freda and Male. — a bonny daughter (Marie Eve lyn). Special thanks to Dr. Heddle and staff. JUSTICE (nee Johnson, of Berrl). — On Decembei 18, at Henley Private Hospital, to Roma and Roy — a son (Dean Roy). Thanking Dr. Elix and hospital staff. KEENAN (nee Heinicke).— On Decem ber 19, at Lameroo District Hospital, to Elma and Bob — a son (Deane Reginald). Sincerely thanking Dr. Cock, Sister Twelftree and staff in attendance. KENNER (nee Jones). — At Quambi, De cember 20, to Betty and Max — a darling daughter, premature (Christine Lor raine). Both well. Grateful thanks to Dr. Prest and hospital staff. No visitors lor seven days. KERIN (nee Newell). — On December 10, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gawler, to Mary and Bill, Wasleys — a son' (Christo pher Paul). KOCH (nee Morris). — On December 23, at Blackwood Private Hospital, to Idalie and Roy — a daughter (Josephine Mary). Both well. LEANEY (nee Bateman). — On Decem ber 22, at Lobechal District Hospital, to Vicky ana Tom. of Lenswood — a daugh ter. Thanking Dr. John Jungfer and hos pital staff. LEWIS.— On December 17, at the Pt. Broughton Hospital, to Connie and Rex — a daughter (Meredith Winifred). Thank ing Dr. Brookman and hospital staff. LINKE (nee Smiley). — On December 19, at Melbourne, to Joy and David — a son. LANG (nee Tellaml. — To Pearl and Jack — a son (Anthony John), on Decem ber 20, at Quambi. Special thanks to Dr. HaJlet and hospital staff. LE COR — On December 18. at Q.V.M.H.. to Daisy and Frank — a son. Special thanks to doctor and staff in attend ance. LEE (nee Woodl. — On December 15, Henley Private Hospital, to Joyce and Bob — a son (Cameron Rossi. Thanking Dr. Woods and hospital staff. LEWITZKA (nee Crouch). — On Decem ber 16, at Pinnaroo S.M. Hospital, to Joan and Herb — a son (Dean James). Thanks to Dr. Wilkinson and staff. LAURENCE. — On December 16, at Unley Hospital, to Rita and Arch. — a bonny daughter (Marjorie Kay). Thanking Dr. Gault, Matron and staff. LEWAN inee Matthews).— On Dec. 10, at Renmark Hospital, to Sheila and Perce — a daughter (Cynchia May). Both well. Thanking all in attendance. LANTIN.— At Park Terrace Private Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Lantin— a daughter. Thanking Dr. Jolly and hos pital staff. LEGGETT (nee Beasley). — On Decem ber 19, at Sirius Pr-iva-te Hospital, Alber ton, to Olive and Hedley — a daughter (Carol Ann i. Thanking Dr. Cherry. Sis ter Shinn, Nurse Russell and staff. MASON.— To Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Mason, on December 18, at Strathalbyn S.M. Hospital — a daug'hter. McAVAN'EY (nee McBride). — On De cember 19, at Calvary, to Alice and Monty — a son. Both well. MCCARTHY rnee Kendle).— On De cember 12, at Calvary, to Maimie and Mart — a son (Dennis Martin). McMILLAN. — On December 18, at Car negie, Victoria, to Vernamary and Lance — a son (Jonathan Lancelot). MacDONALD (nee Houlahan). — On De cember 17, at Hutchinson Hospital, Gaw ler, to Daphne and Gordon — a son. Thank ing all in attendance. McNICOL. — To Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Mc Nicol. At the Malvern Private Hospital, on December 19 — a son, Ian. MEANEY. — On December 18, at Cal vary, to May and Frank — a daughter (Janet Anne). Thanking Dr. P. W. Rice and hospital staff. MORRISON (nee Richards). — On De cember 18, at Northern Private Hospital, to Mary and Allan — a son. Thanking Dr. West and hospital staff. MARKS (nee Thomas). — On December 17, to Nance and Morrie — a daughter (Robyn). Both well. MUDGE (nee Lihoul. — On December 20, at Monrelth Private Hospital, to Beverley and Lionel — a son. MacDONALD (nee Ritter).— On Decem ber 17, at Q.V.M.H., to Loris and Ray— a daughter (Dianne Kay). Both well. McLACHLAN., — On December 17, to Joyce and Fergus — a son. MAYWALD (nee Elsley). — On December 20, at South Glen Hospital, Glenelgv to Nell and 'Digger' — a daughter (Robin). Thanking Dr. Hendrickson and staff. MeCLAREN (nee Scotcher). — On De cember' 14, at Blackwood Hospital, to Neil and Isabel — a daughter (Merely n Joy). Thanking Dr. Gault and hospital staff. MURKAY. — On November 26, at hos pital, to- VoIIery and George, Victor Bar bar — a daughter (Joylene Fas),, prema tuiev lived eigSit days. (3od knows best.

BIRTHS MUECKE — On Friday December 20, at Memorial Hospital, to the wife of Norman Sttnter— twin sons. MDNN. — On December 21, at McB-ride Hospital, to Darby and Sadie (nee Som ervflle) — a daughter (Catherine Eliza beth,). Thanking Dr. R. Vercoe and staff. MATHEWS. — To Reg: and Ella, at Crys tal Brook Hospital, on December 7 — a son (Garry Kenneth). Both well. McCLELLAND.— On December 23, at Calvary, to Kathleen, wife of Maurice McClelland — a daughter. MUKPHY (nee Morris). — On Dec, 21, ? to Jean and Alan — a son (Alan Stewart). Thanking Dr. Jolly, Nurse waters and staff. NALEY (nee Hay).— At South Glen on Sunday, December 22, to Jean and Gee — a son (Trevor Gordon). Thanking Dr. John Carter and staff. NEALE (nee Bone). — On December 21, at Park Terrace Private Hospital, to Phyl and Os — a son (Kevin Douglas). Thanking Dr. H. H. E. Russell and staff, NORRIS (nee Nyora Bickle).— At Cal vary, on December 22, to Mr. and Mrs. G. Ross Morris, of Paskeville — a son (Richard David). Thanking all in at tendance. OAKEY. — On December 11, at Hamley Bridge Memorial Hospital, to Pat and Heather — a daughter (Helen Rosalie). Both well. Thanking Dr. Hancock and Matron Quicke. PAPAREIXA (nee Jean Noyak) ._on De* ceznber 16, at Chatham Hospital, to Jean and Mick — a daughter (Marietta Sandra). No visitors for three days. POUjAB» (nee Wilson). — On Decem ber 17, at Q.V.M.H., to Bdie and Gra ham — a son (Graham Ian). Both well. Thanking all in attendance. PENGILLY.— On December 17, to Thyra and Charl — a son (Russell Wayne). Special thanks to Drs. Sweeney and Lyons, Mrs. Arthur Perkins fAJlenby Gardens), and staff at Memorial Hos pital. PARKER (nee Fry). — On December- 13, at Berklea Hospital, to Mae and Stan — a daughter (Delia Bernice). Thanking Dr. Rielly and hospital staff. POLLARD. — On December 15, at Min laton Hospital, to the wife of P. V. Pollard — a daughter. Both well. Thanking Dr. Chambers, Matron Cook and hospital staff. PALMER (nee Woodroffe). — On Decem ber 19, at Memorial Hospital, to Joan and Ron — a son (Ian Ronald). Thanks to Dr. R. Vereo and hospital staff. PHILLIPS.— On December 11, to Iris and Bob, of 41 Arthur street, Kogarah, N.S.W. — a bonny daughter (Vicki Joy). PARASIERS — At King Edward Mem lial Hospital, Perth, on December 13. to Edna and Bob— a daughter (Patricia Edna). Both well. PITCHER.— On December 22, at S.M. Hospital, Murray Bridge, to Mr. and Mrs. | C. L. Pitcher, Jervois — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Wickens and hospital staff. RICHARDSON (nee Newstead i . — On De cember 18, at Renmark Hospital, to Betty and Bert — a son (Trevor Allen). Thank ing Dr. Wilson and staff. BEED — On December 12, at Cleve, to Hazel and Ray — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Jarvis and hospital staff. REID. — On December 20, Memorial Hospital, to Constance and Jack — a daughter (Kaye Constance). REIMANN {nee Kindley).— On Decem ber 21, at Calvary, to Betty and Rawley — a daughter (Beverley Gaye). RUGLESS — On December 16, at Cal vary, to Biddy and Bryce — a son. RUGLESS.— On December 16, at Cal vary Hospital, to Biddy and Bryce — a son. RAMSEY (nee Olsen). — On December 10, at Koonawarra Hospital. Kadina. to Heather and Morris — a daughter (Su zanne Heather). Thanks to Dr. Raises, Sisters Crosby and Godfrey. ROHAN.-^-On December 18. at Mon reith Hospital, to Katherine Joyce, wife of P. F. Rohan, of Parkside — a son, John (lived only half an hour.). RASMUS.— On December 16, at Port Augusta Hospital, to Elva and Norm — a son (Jeffrey Norman). Both well. Spe cial thanks to Drs. Slade and Thompson and hospital staff in attendance. RICHARDSON. — On December 18, at McBride's Hospital, to Gwen, wife of J. R. Richardson (Jack) — a daughter (Suzanne Leone). Thanking Dr. Pitcher and hospital staff. RUSSEL (nee Turner). — At Memorial Hospital, December 16, to Cavell and Arthur — a daughter. Both well. Thank ing Dr. Sweeney and hospital staff. STEWART (nee Hillier).— On Decem ber 13, at Moon.ta Jubilee Hospital, to Dulcie and Clarrie — a daughter (still born). Special thanks to Dr. Harbison, Sister Burton and staff. SINCLAIR (Marie George) . — On Decem ber 17, at Hindmarsh Private Hospital — a daughter. Thanking Dr. Prest and hos pital staff. SCHULTE. — On December 17, Park teT vace to Beatty and Jeff— a daughter (Barbara Dawn). Special thanks to Mat ron Nichol and staff, Dr. Moulden and Hutt St., Hospital staff. SMITH.— On December 21, at Rowan, to Ivy and Frank— a daughter (Barbara Ann). Both well. STEPHENS (nee Pound).— On Decem ber 19-, at Henley Private Hospital, to Ann and Fred— a daughter (Sandra Ann). Both well. Thanking everyone in attend ance. STEWART.— -Jn December 17, at Thyne Memorial Hospital, Millicent, to Phyl and Finlay — a son. STEVENS (nee Traeger). — On Decem ber 18 at Q.V.M.H. to Jean, wife of Nor vyn, Walkerville tee., Gilberton — a daugh ter (Cassandra Joy). Both well. Thank ing Dr. Wurm and staff STONE (nee Schmelzkopk) . — On De cember 16, at Q.V.M.H., to Betty and Claude — a daughter (Judith Lorraine). Sincere thanks to Drs, Joynt and Mc Intosh, matron and staff. SALISBURY. — To Grace and Harold, at Q.V.M. Hospital, December 18 — a son (Robert Walter). Thanking all in at tendance. SAI/OTTI (nee vinneU). — On December 20, at Berri Private Hospital, to Avis and Bill — a bonny daughter (Audrey Raelene Nellie). Both well. Thanking Dr. Hayes, matron and staff. SCHUBGOTT (nee Iris Ledgard). — On December 15. at Blackwood Hospital, to Iris and Bern — a daughter (Marlene Helen). Thanking Dr. Tassie, nursing sisters and nurses in attendance. No visitors for seven days. STEARNEF (nee Carter). — On Decem ber 22, at Stirling District Hospital, to Marie and Ken — a1 son (John Kenneth). Thanking Dr. Reid and staff SWANN (nee Hinks).— On December 15, to Pearl and Jack — a son (Raymond John). Both well. — Thanking Dr. Wallace and nursing staff. SCHMERL (nee Mickeli. — On December 17, ait Quambi, to Joyce and Len — a son (John Noei). SMITH. (Gentel).— On December 19, at Blackwood, to Joan and Peter — a daugh ter. Thanking- Dr. Stoddart and hos pital staff. No visitors. SPEAKMAN (nee Wragg). — On Decem ber 20, at Hopeton Hospital, Caulfield, to Val and Perce — a son. THORP (nee Stacey). — On December 20, at Q.V.H., to Joan and Ray — a son, Robert William. Both well. THOMAS (nee Julian). — On December 18, at Calvary Hospital, to Owen and Cyril — a son. Both well. Thanking Dr. P. W. Rice, Sister Watsoii-Doe and Sister Norbert. No visitors for five days. TRENWITH (nee Abotomey). — On De cember 18, at Koonawarra Hospital, Ka dina, to Thelma and Garth — a daughter. Thanking Drs. Raises, Robinson,. James and hospital staff. Caesarian birth. WAIT (nee Fisher). On November 28, at Loxton Hospital, to Doris and Wilfrid1 — a son (Russell Gordon). Thanking Dr. Samuel, Matron Ajttord and hospital staff. WABNKEN. — On December 19, at the Northern, to Phyllis and; Ron,— a. daugh ter (Diane Alice), Both- well.. Thanking Doctor Cherry and hospital staff. No visitors for seven days: WEAR. — On December 16, at Q.T.M.H., to Freda, and Len — a daughter (Sbar ron Lillian). Thanking: all in atten dance. WKEFORB- (nee Oates).— On Decem , ber 12, at Lestera Private Hospital, St. Peters, to Margaret and Andy — a son. Grateful thanks to Dr. Dwyer, Sister Berrimfln and Burse Scholar, WHXEE (nee Robinson.)'.— On December 13, at Memorial Hospital,, to- Kath.. and Bob — » dangnter, Anne DHys.

BIRTHS WRIGHT (nee Crannaford).— On De cember 19, at Emergency Hospital, Mile End, to Betty and. Bill — a son (Maxwell Bichard). Both well. Thanking Dr. Sieger and hospital staff. WHITE. — At Rowan Private Hospital, on December 19, to June and Amie — a son. Thanking Dr. Halloran and staff WEYLAND. — On December 20 at Lobe thal District Hospital, to Flo and Leo — a daughter (Yvonne Sandra). Thanking Dr, Jungfer and staff. WING (nee Taylor). — On December S. at Barmexa Hospital, to Dulcie and Don, of Cobdogla— a daughter . (Marilyn Glenys). ZUB&INICB (nee Furze). — On Decem ber 16, at Port Pirie Hospital, to Edna and Malcolm — a daughter (Christine). MARRIAGES COOKE— VAN DER LEE.— The maT riage of Clarice M., elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. Van Der Lee, of Ceduna, and Atnelstan G., elder son of Mrs. and. the late Mr. T. Cooke, of South-sea, England, was solemnised at Port Lincoln on Friday, December 20. Rev. Father Kireavy officiated. GREEN— VENABLES.— The marriage of Hilda Maude (Bette) Venabl&s, (nee Huxley) of Mile End, to Colin Davies, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Green, of Wayville, was quietly solemnised on Saturday, December 21. Rev. White offi ciated. HEINBICH — CLARK. — The marriage of Myrtle Lilla, youngest daughter of Mrs. F. dark. Kangaroo Island, to Oustav Rudolpti Heinrich, eldest son of the late Mr. and Mnr. E. Heinrich, of Tannnda., was solemnised at St. Jude's Church of England, Brighton, on Saturday, De cember 14. KELLY — HILL. — The marriage of Rosa lie Margaret, third daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. F. J. Hill, of Finniss, to Robert (ex-R.A-A.F.), only son1 of Mr. and Mrs. A, Kelly, Milang, was quietly solemnised at Finniss Methodist Church on Saturday, December 14. Rev. Chenoweth officiated. LINKE— DAWE. — The marriage of Daphne Helen, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Dawe, of Gawler, to Morris Leslie, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Linke, of Kadina, was solemn ised at Methodist manse, Gawler, on December 14, by Rev. Strrbley. McSHANE — OLDS. — The marriage of Venetia Olive, youngest daughter of Mrs. V. A. Olds and the late Mr W. H. Olds, of Broken Hill, to Douglas, second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. McShane, of Camp belltown, was solemnised at the resi dence of Mr. V. olds, of Campbelltown, by Rev. e. A. Pederick. McCARTNEY— RICHARDS.— The mar riage was celebrated of Sybil Dorothy, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Richards, of Cowandilla, to William Bruce, only son of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. McCartney, of Underdale, on Saturday, December 21, by G. R. Farrott, at Tor rensvilie. OFFE— MIDDLETON,— Th« marriage of Joan Offe. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Offe, of Fullarton, to Roderick Middleton, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Middleton, of Unley, was solemnised at Parkside West Methodist Church on De cember 19. PROUSE— MITCHELL.— The marriage of Vi, daughter of Mr. Chas. and the late V. E. Prouse, of Alford, to Harold P. Mitchell, late of Millswood Estate, was quietly solemnised at North Adelaide on December 14. SCHMERL — MACKAY. — The marriage of Dorothy, youngest- daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A, Mackay, of Military road, Sema phore, to Ivan, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. \v. Schmerl, of Standen street, Mur ray Bridge, was solemnised at Flinders street Lutheran Church, 5 p.m., Satur day, November 30. STEVENS — GRAVILLE. — The marriage of Eileen Burdett, younger daughter of Mrs. L. Brailey, of Glenelg, to Tom Everett, only son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Stevens, of Camden, was quietly solem nised at Moseley atreet Methodist Church on Saturday, November 9. SCOTT — PEACOCK.— The marriage of Norma L. Scott, only daughter of Mrs. A. S. Brittingham, of Adelaide, to Warren G. Peacock, of Fall River, Kansas, U.S.A. Became the bride on November 27, at FaJI River, Kansas, TJ.S.A. At present in Manhattan, U.S.A. WTLLSMORE — PENNYFrElD. — The marriage of Joan Goes, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Pennyfield, of Berri, to Lindsay Reginald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. John Willsmore, of Wood ville, was solemnised at the Berri Methodist Church, on Saturday, Novem ber 23, at 7 p.m., by the Rev. W. S. Station. SILYER WEDDINGS POSSmGHAM.— Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Possingham, of 196 Anzac Highway, Gro vene, wish to announce the 25th anniver sary of their wedding, solemnised at Mile End. by the late Rev. W. T. Wiltshire, on December 24, 1921. ENGAGEMENTS ALLCHURCH — HEINE. — The engage ment is announced of Edna, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. AlTchurch, Ellen et., to RusselL only son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Heine, Pirie West. ABBOTT — HILL. — The engagement is announced of Aileen O., younger daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Abbott, Strath albyn, to Geoffrey M., only son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Hill, of Back Valley, Vic tor Harbor. BUTTERWORTH — FIEGERT. — The en gagement is announced of Roslyn, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Butter worth, Kybybolite, to John (A.I.F., retd.), third son of Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Fiegert, Kynam. BARRETT — GREGOR. — The engage ment is announced of Winnie, youngest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. F. J. Barrett, of Lameroo, to Alan, eldest son of Mr.- and Mrs. J. C. Gregor, of Parilla. BRADY — NOSKE. — The engagement is announced of Margaret, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Brady, of Largs Bay, to Albert, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Noske, of Wasleys. BULL— JOHNSON. — The engagement is announced of Audrey, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Bull, of Willowie, to Clive, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Johnson, of Flinders st,, Adelaide. BAKER. — AITCHISON. — The engage ment is announced of Eileen, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. Browne, Koolunga, to Lloyd S., elder son of Mrs. S. and the late Mr. H. F. Aitchison, Mun doora. BAKER — MILLER. — The engagement is announced of Joan, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Baker, of 'Hillview,' via Morgan, to Alan B'., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. B. Miller, of Waikerie. BARKER— TURVEY.— The engagement is announced of Joan Ellen, eldest daugh ter of Mr., and Mrs. J. A. Barker, Port Lincoln, to Alan Roy, only son of Mr. and Mrs. P. R. Turvey. Kimiba, late of Whyalla. ? BEINKE — MTTRRAY. — The engagement is announced of Rhonda, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Beinke, Orroroo, to Jack, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Murray. Rosewater. BOWER— TESSARI.—The engagement is announced of Marjorie Dawn, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Bower, Upper Sturt, to John, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Tessari, Upper Sturt. BURNS — , KEARNSk— The engagement is announced of Myrtle Joyce, second daughter of Mrs. T. Mitchell, whyalla, to Ronald Wilson, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Kearns, Whyalla. BtfCK— CAtttSOW,— The engagement is announced of Valca, younger daugh ter of Mr. and Mr?. H. T, Back, of Nafls worth, to Harold, younger son of Mt. A. S. and the late Mrs. Carlson, of Whyalla. BADAMa— DOW.— The engagement la announced of Minna Victoria, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mis. W. H. Bad ams, Payneham, to John Leo, fourth son of Mrs. and the late KCr. Dow. of Els temwick. Victoria. BABTSC»— JAESGHXE. — Me. and Mrs. S. R. BarfaiCh. of Plympton, wish to announce the engagement of their only daughter Roma to BeTt Jaeschke. of Ma dang Mission Station, New Guinea, eldest son ot Mr. and Mrs. s. J. Jaeschke, of Tapiaa.

ENGAGEMENTS BAUER — DOHNT. — The engagement is announced of Phyllis, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bauer, ol Hope VaHey, to Alick, eldest son of Mrs. Dohnt, and the late Mr. W. F. Dohnt, of Tea tree Gully. BROOKS — ANDERSON.— The engage ment is announced of Melva E., elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Brooks, of Port Augusta, to Mervyn F., younger son of Mr. and Mrs. E H. Anderson, of Wilmington. BUDARICK — FORWARD.— The en gagement is announced of Nadine Joy, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Budarick, of Murray Bridge, to John Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. For ward, of Launceston, Tasmania. CROUCH— WILSON.— The engagement is announced of Madge M. younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cronch, to Geoffrey R., only son of Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Wilson, both of Meirlton. CREEK — 8EAKLE. — The engagement is announced of Beryl Joy, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. J. B. Creek, of West Mltcham, to Leslie Richard, son ol Mrs. Searle. of WayviUe, and the late Mr. H. A. Searle. CLEABY — GREEK. — The engagement is announced of Patricia, eldest daughter of Mr. P. Cleary, of Sydney, to Jamei, third son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Green, of Wood ville Gardens. CHAPLIN — MILLER.— The engage ment is announced of Wanda, only daugh ter ot Mr. and Mrs. I*. 9. T. Chaplin, Scott's Creek, to Ken, eldest son of Mr. surd Mrs. F. C. Miller. Balhannah, CHAPPELL — FOOTER. — The engage ment is announced of Rita, third daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Chappell, of Naracoorte (late Pinnaroo), to 'BID,' only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Footer, of Cheltenham. COLEMAN — CLARK. — The engagement is announced of June, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Coleman, of Mailala, to Kevan, only son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Clark, of Murray Bridge. COMMONS — SHIELDS. — The engage ment is announced of Betty Patricia, younger daughter of Mrs. D. Commons, of Frewvrlle, to John Donald, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Shields, of Moonta. DAVIS — DENTON.— The engagement is announced of Shirley, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Davis, to Ron, fourth son of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Denton, botn of Whyalla. DUNCAN— WAYE.— Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Duncan wish to announce the en gagement of their only daughter, Shirley Amelia, to Reginald George, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Waye, both of Victor Harbor. DUFF — HANDKE. — The engagement is announced of Ellen Patricia. (Pat), only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Duff, to Conrad Claude (Charlie), 2nd A.I.F., re turned second son of Mrs. and the late Mr. W. H. Handke, both of Eudunda. DAVIDSON — BOTT. — The engagement is announced of Valetta M., second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Davidson, to Vincent T.. second son of Mrs. and the lace Mr. J. Bott, both of Penola. DOCKING— PHILLIPS.— The engage ment is announced of Aileen, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Docking, of Marama. to Robert, third son of Mr. and Mrs. F. Phillips, of Borrika. EGEli — IRON. — The engagement is an nounced of Dorothy Pearl, second daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. L. Egel, Man num, to Kevin Royce, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Iron. AKenby Gardens. EYLWARD — MeMAHOV.— The engage ment is announced of Eileen, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Eylward, Pas&eville, to Lawrence, only son of Mr. and the late Mrs. McMahon, Macclesrleld. FARLEY — MOORE. — The engagement is announced of Dawn Anne, twin daugh ter of Mr. ana Mrs. D. Farley, to Hartley Ronald, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. H G. Moore, both of Gumeracha. FAWCETT— ROBRAN. — The engage ment is announced of C-ladys K, young est daughter of Mrs. A. and the late Mr. F. Fawcett, of 35 Jamieson street, Why alla, to Colin C. (A.I.F., ret.), eldest son of Mr, and Mrs. C. H. Robran, ol 31 Lidton place, Portland. FEDER — MARCHANT. — The engage ment is announced of Joan, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Feder, of ''Highlands,' Mylor. to Louis John, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. L. C. Marchant, of Beulah Park. GALPIN — LAMONT. — The engage ment is Dorothy Joy, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Galpin, to Lyle Thomas elder son of Mr. and the Iabe Mrs. T. H. Lamor.t. both of Penola. GOWER — HEBBARD. — The engage ment is announced of Avery, eldest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. Gower, of Enfield, to Desmond Ray, the eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. C. Hebbard, Broken GROWDEN — SCHMIDT. — The engage ment is announced of Mary, only daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Growden, of Tarcowie. to Noel, only son of Mr. and Mrs A. T. Schmidt, Booleroo Whim. GRAY — DOWN. — The engagement is announced of Coral, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. Gray, of Orroroo, to Rosa, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Down, of Lyndoch. GRAY — MACDONALD. — Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Gray, of Port Firie, have pleasure in announcing the engagement of their only daughter, Decima, to John, eldest son of Mrs. and the late Mr. G. Mac Donald, of Warnertown. GROCKE — ZIEPES. — The engagement is announced of Valma Ruth, youngest 1 daughter of Mrs. M. A. and the late Mr. J. A. Grocke. of Port Pirie, to Leslie Roy, second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Ziepes, of Port Pirie. GODFREY — CARTER.— The engage ment is announced of Joyce, elder daugh ter of Mrs. and the late Mr. J. P. Godfrey, to Ralph Stanley (Racl, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Carter, both- of Mylor. GREENSLADE— VANDEPEER— The en gagement is announced of Lyla Marian (Tup), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Syd Greenslade, of Urania, to Denba Wilson, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Vandepeer, of Ardrossan. HICKMAN — HAVEN. — The engagement is announced of Naomi, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hlckman, Port Vin cent, to Bruce, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Raven. Holmesdale. HOKSTMANN— RIEDEL. — Mr. and Mrs. 'W. P. Horstmann, of Mannum, an nounce the engagement of their only daughter Dawn to Clem, son of the Rev. and Mrs. J. Riedel, of Sedan. HUGHES — BOWEN. — The engagement is announced of Margaret, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hughes, of Bridge water, to Ronald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Bowen. of North Unley. HODGSON—MASTERS. — The engage ment is announced of Lillian. Rae, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Hodgson, to Ronald Edward, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Masters, both of Port Augusta. ? JEFHCOTT — MACFEE. — The engage ment is announced of Joan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. Jephcott. Blackwood, to John, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mac fee, West Croydon. KRAHE — TAYLOR. — The engagement Is announced of Margaret Joan, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Krahe, of Gawler River, to Walter Trevor (Wally), younger son of Mrs. B. S. Tfcylor, of Gaw ler. KROSCHEL — COLE. — The engagement Is announced of Deana, twin daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J -H. Kroschel, Truro, to Jim, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. C«le, Kilkenny. KAPPE— BROWN.— The engagement is announced of Gwenda Dawn, second daughter of Mrs. and the late Mr. L. Ksppe, of Norwood, formerly Broken Hill, t» Bruce WirJiam (ex-B.AJT.), second son of Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Brown, of Gawler East. (Contimed oa next page)

ENGAGEMENTS, DEATHS, IN MEMORIAMS, AND RETURN THANKS (Continued from Previous Page) ENGAGEMENTS UUiTON— DOUGLAS.— Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Lanyon, Tboriiher street, Unley Park, wish to announce the engagement of their younger daughter, Shirley, to Colin, younger son of Mr. and Mm E. N. Douglas, Coromandel Valley. LESCUKE — GRAETZ.— The engagement ment is announced of Roma M, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. £. Leschke. to Brie R., eldest eon of Mr, and Mrs. P. B. Graetz, both of Keyneton. UEHMANN— SOLOMON.— The engage ment is announced of Laurel, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Leh mann, to Maurice, younger son of Mr. and Mrs. p. P. SoJomon, both of Yorke town. LDDEWIGS — MABCB.— The engage ment is announced of Merle, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. R S. Ludewigs, to Alan, second son of Mr. and Mrs. E. D. H. March, both ol Cudlee Creek. MADEB— EOHELACH — Tie engage ment Is announced of Eileen, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Mader, Light Pass, to Arthur, second son of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Rohrlach, Tablelands, Eudunda. McGRATD — GRIFFITHS.— The en gagement is announced of Beryl, young est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. McGrath, of Glenelg, to Albert, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. Griffiths, of N.S.W. MIUCH — HEKN. — The engagement is announced of Olga Vera, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. JB. G. O Milch, of Tanunda, to Cyril Ronald, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Hein, of Lobethal. MARTIN — McPHAII ? The engagement is announced of Norraa Clare, daughter of Mr. and Mr,-;. H. H. Martin Wood's Pt., to Wilfred R., third son of Mr. and Mrs. H. McPhail, Naracoorte. MITCHELL — HUGHES. —The engage ment is announced of Kathleen Joan. eJdest daughter of Herd, and Mr.s. D. P. Mitchell, Balmoral crescent. Surrey Hills, Melbourne, to Ronald Lawrence, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Hughes, Ver dun rd., Murray Bridge. McQUEEN— PHU.UPS.— The engage ment is announced of Vera Jovce. younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. McQueen, Nth. Adelaide, to James Francis, only son of Mr. and. Mis. P. H. B. Phillips, Welland. MENGLEE — HOBBS.— The engagement is announced of Daphne May, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. Mengler. Berri, to Neil, second son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Hobbs, Barmera. MEVEKS — McDOKAU-. — The engage ment is announced of Elizabeth Rose, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Meyers. Mt. Burr, to John Mills, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. P. McDonald, Kalangadoo. MULSHINE — WALKER.— The engage ment is announced between Joan Esther, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C H. Mulshine, of Mount Burr, and Colin James, second son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walker, of Mount Mclntyre. O'DEA — WEAVES ? The engagement is' announced of Bernice. eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. O'Dea, Ga-wler, to Cyril (R.A.N.i, eldest son of Mr. Roy and the late Myrtle Weaver, of Wjllaston, via Gawler. OWEN — THORPE. — The engagement is announced of Betty, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Owen. Nailswoith, to Norman, second son of Mr. and Mrs. K. F. Thorpe, Kangarilla. PATTEN— SCLUVAN — The engage ment is announced of Amy Joyce, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Patten, of Ardlethan, N.S.W., to Gillian Thomas, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. T. Sullivan, of Solomontown, Port Pirie. PITT — KOBEBTS. — The engagement is announced of Dorothy, elder daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Pitt, of McKinnon, Victoria, to Malcolm, twin son of Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Roberts, of Balaklava, S.A. PHATT — CLARK. — The engagement is announced of Sylvia Doreen, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mr.=. D. L. Pratt, Pooraka, to Raymond Cecil, only son of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Clark, Colton avenue, Magill. PIETSCH — HABT.— The engagement is announced of Mary Rosalie, elder daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Pietsch, oJ Palmer, to Colin John, second son of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hart, o! Clare. EGBERTS — RAMSEY. — The engage ment is announced of Betty, rn-Jn daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. w. L. Roberts, Kadina, to Reg, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ramsey, of Bute. SEARLE— SANDER.— The engagement is announced of Patricia, youngest daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Searle. Sleeps Hill, to Keith, only sou of Mr. and Mrs. J. Sander, Angaston. . SPRIGG — BRUCE. — The engagement Is announced of Roma H., eldest daughter of Mr. and the late Mrs. F. W. Sprigg, of Adelaide, to Maurice F.. only son of Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Bruce, of Port Lincoln. STOTT — OAKLEY. — The engagement is announced of Freda Elaine, youngest daughter of Mr, and Mrs. A. E. Stott, Birdwood, to Gordon Gilbert, eldest son of Mr and Mrs. G. E. Oakley, Forreston. SAMPSON — CLARKE.— The engagement is announced of Daphne Olva, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Samp son, to John Colin (Ex-A.M.F. i. second son of Mr. and Mrs. 3. C. Clarke, both of Kimba (E. Pen.). SCHENKE — LORD. — The engagement is announced' of Dna, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mis. H. O. Schenke. to Colin, second youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. V. Lord, both of Kalyan. STEWART— ELLBOURN.— The engage ment is announced of Gwendolyn Jean, only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Stew art, North Adelaide, to Maxwell Lyall, ex A.LF., youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. W. Ellbourn. of Aldinge. SCHILLER — SCHUBERT.— The engage ment is announced of Irene, younger daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Schiller, to Walter, only son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Schubert, both of Waikerie. STEICKE — PAECH.— The engagement is announced of Valda, eldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Steicke. Prospect, to Louis, eldest son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Paech, Monarto South. VERCOE — CLARKE. — The engagement Is announced of Mary Patricia, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Vercoc, Seacliff, to John Reginald, of Broken Hill, second son of Mrs, A. L. Page, Clare. WARD — FIEGERT. — The engagement Is announced of Belly Ellen, second daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 'W. R. Ward, of Renmark, to 'Norman, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fiegerl, of Lox WACCHOPE— BUTLER.— The engage ment is announced df Dorothy Ona, elder daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. G. Wau chope, of Unley. to Terence Cormac. sec ond son of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Bu'.ler -ex-R.A.A.F. ). RivprtDn. DOUBLE ENGAGEMENT ASH — EDSON.— The engagement is an nounced of Audrey Valma, second daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Ash. Whyalle. to Melville Angus, only son of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Edson. 7 Ward street, Whyalla ASH — BALDWIN. — The engagement is announced of Dulcie May, third daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. F. Ash. 46 Peter street, WhyaHa, to Edward Charles, elder son of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Baldwin. Murray Bridge, formerly of Port Pirie. DEATHS AYUFFE.— On Dec. 2. at Peter borough, Ester Selinn, wife of the late Alfred Ayliffe, late of Gladstone, and mother of Alfred -North Adelaide), Ivy {Mrs. Dunn, Balaklava), Dora -Mrs. Miller. Prospect), and Ray (Peter borough), and Ruby and Sid iboib de ceased). - BASEY. — On December 18, at Renmark. Arnold Philiips, second son of F. H. and H. C. Basey. Aged 33 years. BENNETT. — On December 18. at Ade laide, Margaret, the beloved widow of David Bennett, of 243 Start St., city (late of O'Brien st.), loving mother of Nellie (Mrs. C. Perry), Mollie (Mrs. P. Aehby) and Lila (Mtt 'F. Roberts). Aged 67 years. Roauiescat in pace.

DEATHS CARVER ? On December 23, at Ade laide, Samuel Bhuckford Carver, ol Aldgate, beloved brother ol Eva Carver, end wide of Sam, Jack and Merle. Aged 94 years. At rest. COONEY. — On December 20, at her residence, 36 Elizabeth street, North Croydon, Jane Margaret, dearly beloved wife of John Peter Cooney, loving mother of Margaret (Mrs. O'Neil). Kathleen (Sister M. Bertille), UHian (Mrs. Sheehy), and grandmother ol John, Brian, Janette and Robert. Requiescat in- pace. COPELAND. — On November 16, at 60 Walpole street, Kew, Francis, -widow of Rev. Osric Copeland. and daughter of Jate C. J. and L. J. Clinch, late of Glen elE, loving sister of Siedora, Amy, May and Florence. Aged 91 years. CBAM. — On December 13, at his resi dence, Glencoe West, Victor Allen. be loved husband of Erne, loring father of Effi£, Bob, Allen, Jean, Rodney. A patient suSerer at rest. CHANCE. — On December 18, at private hospital, Margaret Elma Chance, of 50 Miller street. Worth Bnley, widow ol Fred Henry Chance, ol Kent, England. COONEY. — On December 20, at her re sidence, 36 Elizabeth street, North croy don, Jane Margaret, dearly beloved wife of John Peter Cooney. loving mother of Margaret (Mrs. O'Neil), Kathleen -Sister M. Bertille), Lillian -Mrs. Sheehy), and grandmother of John, Brian, Janene and Robert. Requiescat in pace. CALLANDER — On December 21, at his residence, 69 Harriet street, Croydon, Arthur Searle Callander, beloved hus- band of the late Maude Olive. Aged 56 years. DARWIN.— On December 18, at Ade- laide, Doris Grenville, dearly beloved wife   of Harold Theodore Darwin, of Sturt rd., Burbank Estate, and loving mother   of Kenneth and Gilbert. DE BOAR. — On December 21, at her residence, 32 Second street, Broinpion, Matilda Maud, 'widow of John Joseph De Boar, and loving mother of Henry, Les, Alby and Art, also Will, Mytle anc Flo (deceased), leaving 23 I grandchildren and 6ix greatgrandchil dren. Aged' 77 years. At rest. DALY. — On December 18. at hospital, Mary, Cathleen, relict of Michael James I Daly, late of 25 Woolnough road, Exeter, and loving mother of William, James, j Gerard, Mary (Mrs. Butcher) and Frances | (Mrs. Langmead). Aged 76 years. R.I.P. | FUSS.— On December 22, at Cummins. Harold Edwin, dearly beloved husband of Jean Mary Fuss, and loving lather of Jim, Bob and Helen. Aged 41 years. i FRASEB,— On Dec. 18, at Riverton 1 Hospital, Alice Elizabeth, dearJy beloved , ?wife of James Arthur Fraser, of Rhsoie, | and loving mother of Alice (deed.), Irene and Christina, and stepmother of Bill, Janie. Bessie and Mary. Aged 71 years. F1SCHEK. — On December 12, Ken mark, Florence Nightingale, ever loving ?wife of Allan Fischer, and loving mother of Carmen and Graham. Aged 27 yeaTs. GOODRICH. — On December 18 at Adelaide, Harriet Elizabeth, relict or William Goodrich, loving mother of Ed gar, Clarence Goodrich, of Winkie. Aged 78 years. GIRKBACH. — On December 19. at a private Jiospital, Marie GiiTbach, late of Naracoorte. CONNOLLY. — On December 21, at Ade laide, Catherine, beloved wife of Patrick Connolly, of Yatina. Aged 78 years. Requiescat in pace. COOTE. — On December 21, at Strath albyn, Albert Charles, dearly loved hus band of Olive M. Coote, ol Milang, and late of Port Elliot. Aged 63 years. GEISLER. — On December 21, at the residence of his daughter, Mrs. B. Mar shall, No. S Charles street. Unley. Carl Hermann Geisler, aged 85 years, leaving three sons and four daughters. Sadly missed. HALLDDAY.— On December 18, William Arthur, beloved husband of the late Lil lian Keziah Halliday, late of Glenelg, and loved father of Adelaide and Tom. Aged 12 years. HARWOOD.— On Dec. 19, at her resi dence, Folkestone st., Brighton, Ada Eliza, loved widow of James IJ6tsn Har ; wood, loving mother of Mary, Jeaa and 1 Ruth. HAWKE. — On December 19, at his residence, 20 Goodenough Et, Mile End. Richard Holland, beloved husband of the iate Sarah Ellen Hawfce and loving father oi Alma (Mrs. H. J. Weeks) and Alden. Aged 76 yeaTS. HOSKING. — On December 10, at Gos ford, Sydney (result of accident*. Denis, dearly loved fiance of Elsie Wilson, May lands, S.A. Aged 22 yeans. HAESE. — On November 21, at her home, Mathilde Johanna Sophie, widow of Wil helm Carl Ludwig. A noble life, nobly lived. Aged B4 years. — Inserted by their oldest surviving daughter, Mrs. Minna de Waard, Mental Hospital, Northfield. — HAYMAN. — On December 20 (suddenly!, at his late residence, 13 Catiliero terrace. Kensington Gardens,- Charles Edward, dearly loyed husband of Annie Eliza beth Hayman and loving father of Stanley, Nelson, Gordon and Arthur. Aged 64 years. HOFFMAN. — On December 20, at Lobe thal Oate of Birdwood), Johann Gottlieb, loved husband of the late Lidia Anna Hoffman. Aged 85 years. Resting. HANSORD. — On December 17, at 105 A.M.H., Daws road, William Robert, be ioved husband of Sophia Alma Haasord, Tailem Bend, and loving father of Cwen. Aged 61 years. HARRISON. — On December 18, at her residence. 1 Clarence street, Hyde Park. Harriett, the beloved wife of the late Joseph Thomas Harrison, leaving five sons and five daughters to mourn their loss, to her 81st year. HAYTEB. — On December 18. at his late j residence, 47 Russell terrace, Woodviile Park, Gavin Ridland (Garve) Hayter, | dearly beloved husband of Louise Hayter ; and loving father of Marjorie and i ? Mignon. Aged 65 years. At rest. | HEANEY. — On December 17, at Mt. Sea more, via Paratah, Tasmania, Cordelia, widow of Major G. H. Heaney, V.D., late of Pt. Pirie, and loving mother of Cor delia; deceased. Bod, deceased. Ruby, Pearl, Violet, Dorothy, Gladys, deceased, Victoria, Reginald. Aged 83 years. | HICKS. — On December 17, at his resi dence, 198 Brown street, Adelaide, Fred erick William, the dearly beloved hus band of Elizabeth Louisa Hicks, and lov ing father of Dulcie (Mrs. J. Mun'ini, Stan, Phyllis (Mrs. G. Lampe), Clarice (Mrs. H. Reed), Jack and Horace. HAMILTON. — On December 21, at Ade laide (suddenly). William George Hamil ton, late of 42 Jervois avenue, West Hindmarsh. beloved husband of Sarah, and father of Ronald. Clive, Sylvia, Clem and Allan. Aged 63 years. I1ENSEL. — On December 21. at her re sidence, Birdwood, Anna Maria, daugh ter of the late Pastor C. A. Hensel. rn her 83rd year. HALL. — On December 23, at hospital. Leonard Hall, beloved husband of the late Eva, and loving father of Eva, Albert, Jessie, Grace and Bob (deceased*. Peacefully sleeping. HAMS.— On December 22, at Adelaide, Andrew Edward, beloved husband of Vio let Manuel Hams, of 1 Byrnes avenue. Brooklyn Park, and loving father of Clifford, Hazel and Glad. Aged 66 years. Western Australian papers please copy. HURST. — At Bethesda, Melbourne, on , December 19, Mabel Rose, dearly beloved j wife of Major William Hurst, loving ; mother of Max. Doris. Lorna (Mrs. Clee), i loved mother-in-law of Betty and Capt. Garnet Clee, fond grandmother of Tre- ; vor. Aged 62 years. Safe in the arms of Jesus. ! IGNATIUS. — On December 22. at Cal- - vary Hospita), North Adelaide, Rev. Father Ignatius, C.P. Aged 76 years. Requiescat In pace. JONES, Griffith Evan. — Died at Port Pirie {suddenly} on Dec. 17. Loved , brother Thomas (Wales), James (Gos- 1 ford, N.S.W.J, David (of Wallaroo). Aged 61 years. At rest. JONES. — On December 22 -(result of accident), Lindsay Bertram Duncan Jones, late S.A.R., the dearly beloved hue band of Dulcie Norma Jones, of 2 Beech &v., Unley, and loving father of Joy (Mrs. M. MuUins), loud grandfather of Murray and Bill. Aged 48 years. JOHNS. — On December 22, at his late residence, 11 Byron id.. Black Forest, Francis Henry, beloved husband of Mary Blanche Johns, and loving lather of George, May (Mrs. damp), and Phyilte (Mrs. Wright). Aged 71 yeans.

DEATHS JOHNS.— On December 21, at Kadina,   James, beloved husband of the late Rosa L. Johns and loving father of Ethel,   Viola, Darcy, Edna and Elma. Aged 78 years.   JARRAD.— On December 15 at Mount Gambier Hospital, Doreen, dearly beloved wife of George Edward Jarrad. of Um- pherston street, Mount Gambier. Aged 32 years. KINNISH. — On December 18, Mary Ann. wife of the late William Xinnish, late of 66 -George street, Norwood. Aged 89 years. Resting. KING.— On December 20, at Adelaide, Samuel Henry King, of Soldiers' Home, Myrtle Bank, youngest son of the late John and Elizabeth King, and loving bro ther of Mrs. A. painter. Aged 69 years. LATHAM. — On December 22. at Ade laide, Alice Lucy, the dearly beloved wife of George Ormcrod Latham, of 147 Young street, PaTkstde, and loving mother of Jack (Sydney), Arch (New castle 1 Winnie iMrs. C. Busheil), Doreen (Mrs. N. MacDonald, Corrimai. N.S.W.) and the late Toes and Teddie. Aged 80 years. LAWRENCE. — On December 19, at the Children1* Hospital, Marjorie Kay, infant daughter of Rita and Arch, little sister Bobby and Rodney. Lived five days. Only lent. LEATCH. — On December 22, at Stirling West. Elizabeth Jane, beloved wife of Joseph Leatch. and loving mother of Leslie (deceased 1, Ethel. Hilda, Beatrice, Stirling. Maude, Percy and Dorothy. In her 87th year. LEEDHAM. — On December 21, at R.A.H., Lswa, Anne, dearly beloved wire of Alfred John Leedham, of 28 Glen avon street, Woodviile South, and loving mother of Lorraine, Marjorie (deceased). Jack, Harold (deceased). Joan, and Betty. Aged 60 years. Best after weari ness. LONGSON. — On December 22, at a pri vat* hospital, Jessie Elizabeth Longson, ol 73 Kensington road, Norwood, -widow of G. D Longson and loving mother of Rov. Aged 78 years. At rest. L.LOVD. — On December 21, at hospital, Martha Lloyd, of Campbclltown, beloved wife of the' late Edsel Lloyd, and loving mother of Eilen and Allen. Aged £5 years. LIONS. — On December 22, at 13 Royal avenue, Hyde Park. May Dow, deariy loved wife of Ellem Peter Lyons, and lov iug mother of Margaret Mary. Aged 56 years. Requiescat in pace. NOLL — On December 22, at 'Waikerie Hospital, Paul Edward, deariy beloved husband of Anna Marie Noll, of Mureko, end Joving father ol Estber and Alma. Aged 67 years. In God's care. LEONARD. — On December 22, at her residence, 165 Barnard street, North Adelaide, Elien, widow of Michael Leon ard, late of Arno Bay. Requiescat in pace. MARTIN. — On December 23, at the re sidence of her daughter -Mrs. H. Powell*, 46 Augusta street, Maylands, Ellen Mar ! garet, widow of Edward James Martin, leaving seven sons and two daughters to mourn their sad loss. Aged 76 years. R-equieseat in pace. MERCER — On December 21, at the re sidence of his niece (Mrs. Laarel Braith vaiteh 27 Magill road, stepney, Nicholas Albert Mercer, late of Broken Hill. Aged 80 Tears. At rest. MILTON. — On December 20. at private hospital. Adelaide, Ralph Walter, dearly beloved husband of Daphne Milton, 107 O'Conaell street. North Adelaide (late of Streaky Bay), loved brother of Muriel (Mrs. Follett), and only son of the late .Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Milton, Mount Gam bier. Aged 39 years. McKEKZIE. — On December 17, Laura Hospital. James, beloved husband of Emily, and Joving father of Will. Ken, Grace, Bess. Olive, Colin, Murray. Keith and Don. 75 years 11 months. At rest. MeKOSTIE. — On December 21, a.t Yorketown, Edward Laureny, loved lather of Meryl (Mrs. Heavers), 9 Thornton street. Kenpington. Gladys and Max. M3ETCAJUF. — On December 21, at the I residence of her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Brady, 15 Dew street. Mile End, Re becca, widow of Charles D. Metcalf, la;e of Balaklava. and loved mother of Roy, Gertrude. Mabel, Olive, Doris, also Charles 8Dd Rita, deceased. In her 83rd year. NAIRN. Alexander Livingstone. — At Murwillumbah, N.S.W., on December 16, loving husband of Eva. fifth son of the late Robert and Florenia Nairn, of Ka punda. NOLL. — On December 22, at Waikerie Hospital, Paul Edward, dearly beloved husband of Anna Marie Noll, of Mureko, and loving father of Esther and Alma. Aged -G7 years. In God's care. NEWMAN. — On December 20, at a pri vate hospital, Wilhelmina Newman, of 93 Sydenham road, Norwood, widow of John William Newman, Houghton. NAIBN. — At Brisbane (suddenly), on December 16, Alexander Livingstone Nairn, M.A.. F.R.G.S., loved father of Alice, and husband of Eva B. Nairn, of 29 Prince street, Murwillumbah. NASH. — On December 23, at Adelaide, Alma Mesh, of Frances, S.E., widow of Arthur, leaving five sons and six daugh ters to mourn their sad loss. Aged 61 years. Resting. NETTLETON.— On December 23, John Kenneth, beloved only son of Kenneth Charles and Patricia Margaret NetUe ton, of 34 Addison road. Hove. Aged 6 months. O'HARA. — On December 18. George Kennedy O'Hara. Jate of Lome avenue, Magill. Aged 82 years. ODGEBS. — On December 16, William Joseph, loving husband of Elizabeth Odgers, of 25 Alexander av., Ashford, and loving fattier Leonard End Rene. OSBORNE. — On December 20, at Ade laide, Joyce Miriam, beloved daughter of Mr. John Osborne, of Yardea Station. Aged 19 years. PENNY — On December 19. at 26 Carl ton parade. Toriensville, Alfred Patrick Penny, loved husband of the late Susan Penny, loving father of Mary Veronica Penny. Aged 73 years. Requiescat in pace. PARIS. — On December 20, Rosina Sarah, dearly beloved wife of Rev. Stanley A. Paris. Aged 70 years. PIMLOTT — On December 19, at her residence. No. 4 Holden street, Kensington Park, Emily Adelaide, beloved wife of William James Fimloit (late of Port Pirie) and loving mother of Albert, Lilian, Eve lyn, Sylvia, Arthur and Melville. In her 82nd year. PEAGRAM, Eileen Henrietta (nee Woolsioni — On December 17 Suddenly), in Melbourne, Jate of Parkside, 6. Aus., the dearly beloved wife of Herbert Horace (Berti, and loving mother of John and Dawn. Aged 35 years. PETERSON.— On December 23, at Maittium Hospital, Katherine, relict ol Charles Peterson. Aged 86 years. POLLARD. — On December 23, at hos pital, Harrv David Pollard, of 60 Lincoln street, Largs, beloved husband of Ethel Lillian, and loving father of Graham, Shirley. Harry, Yvonne, Mary, Janice, Lorraine, and Robert. Aged 51 years. At rest. PRETTY. — Susannah, widow of John Pretty, late of Hughes et.. Mile End, passed to her home above Saturday, De cember 21, at private hospital, Glenelg. In her 97th year. RAY —On December 20, at Williams town, Victoria. Frederick Charles, in his 73rd year, late of Kilkenny, S.A., loving brother of Pcrce, Jack and sister, LU1 (Mrs. McArihur). READ. — On December 22, at a private hospital. Adelaide, John Chaston, dearly beloved husband of Olive, of 84 Kermode street. North Adelaide, and loving father of Olive (Mrs. Delmar Hodge). Aged 58 years. BADFORS ? On December 22. at 29 Balham avenue, Kingswood, Beatrice Radlord, the beloved sister of Mrs. F. A. Wilson and Randolph Radford. Aged 79 years. SALLIS. — On December 18, at his re sidence, 4 Grenfell street. Kent Town, Albert Edward (Bert), the dearly be loved husband of Mary Eliza Sallis, and loving father of Tom and Theism. Aged 59 years. At rest. SHARAM ? on December 16, at the Port Augusta Hospital, Christopher, be loved husband of the late Maria, end lovtaE jalhet- of Robert (deceased), Kath leen and Thomas. Aged 84 years. At rest.

DEATHS SAWVERS. — On December 21 (sud denly), at her residence, 76 Arthur street, Unley. Glinda Helen, the dearly beloved wife of Wilfred George Sawyers, and loved daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. Bo! ger, of Gooiwa; fond sister of Mabel, Jean, Poss, Ida, John, Ted, Dolly, Bob, and the late Alie. Aged 43 years. SHEPHARD. — on December 21, at Adelaide. Beslie Prouse, -3earjy loved hus band of Sybil and loving father of Michael, Richard and Judith. In his 52nd year. Late 1st Australian Signal Company. 1st A.I.F. SWITH^-^On Sunday. TJec. 22, at the Clare and District Hospital, Jane Amelia Smith, ot 'Holmby,' Clare, sister of the late Dr. O. W. Wien-Smitb and the late Dr. A. A. Smith, of Clare. Aged 84 years. At rest. SADLEIR, Aubrey Toler.— At Clare mont, W. Australia, dearly beloved hus band of Lettice Sadleir, and eighth son of the late Nicholas Sadleir. of Albeniarle Station, and Grange. Aged 57. SMITH. — On December 23, at hospital, Horace Howard, deariy loved eldest son of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Smith, of Maeclesfleid. Aged 64 years. SUAET.— On December 21, at 105 Sec ond avenue, Josljn, Laura Suart, loving mother of Rose. Lilian, Johnson, and grandmother -of Chris (Mrs. West). Lilian (Mrs. Cooperi. and Betty cMrs. Stone). SUART — On December 21. at her home. Second avenue, Joslin, Laura Suart. the dear friend and -comrade of Winifred Wave. TAYLOR. — On December 22 (sud denly*, at her residence, 18 Culvert st., Unley, Dorothy Jean, the dearJy be loved wife of Raymond Taylor and loved youngest daughter of Mrs. A. C. Gub bins and loved sister of Lorna (Mrs. L. Sutherland 1, Eileen iMte. R. Johnson), and Marjorie (Mrs. J. Hume). Aged 34 years. THOMAS, Laura Thomas (nee Abbott). — Passed away at Cheltenham, Decem ber 14, after a long illness. Dearly loved eldest sister of Lillian (Mrs. B. G. Green, Kelmscott. W.A.K also May (Mrs. Bain, 47 Cyril street. Bassendean. W.A.). Sorrow vanquished, labor ended, Jor dan passed, THBEDGGIJ9. — On December 19. at Mundoora, Albert, loving husband of Jane and beloved father of Arch. Frank, Avis, Audrey and Ethel. Aged 69 years. At rest. TURNER. — On December 19, Frank, dearly loved husband of Violet TurneT, of 4 George St., Thebarton, and loving father of Hazel and Dorothy. Aged 63 years. TWEIX. — On December 18. at her resi dence, 58 Anzac Highway, Glenelg, Evelyn Elizabeth, dearJy loved wife of George H.- Twell, and loving mother of Alice iMrs. K. D. McLeodi, Marion (Mrs. G. H. Marriott 1. Muriel (Mrs. L. Evan6) and Gwenda (Mrs. J. Offler). TREDWIN. — On December 18 (sud denly), William George, beloved husband of Miriam Tredwin. of Recreation parade, Mellor Park, and loving father of Jack, Tom, George, Don, Peg, Gladys and Pam. Aged 57 years. At rest. WHILLAS. — On December 17, Hilda Nellie, the loved second daughter of the late Mr. and. Mrs. G. H. French, of Mal vern. and dear sister of Elsie (deceased), Leslie (N.S.W.), and Dulcie (Mrs. R. Holland. Grange). WALKER. — On December 18, Emily, dearly beloved wife of William Walker, of 9 Kent Td., Kent Town, loving mother of William. Augustine and Francis, and loved sister of Tom and Gerald Allen. Aged 68 years. Requiescat in pace. WHQXAS. — On December 17, Hilda Nellie, the loved second daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. G. H. French, of Mal vern, and dear sister of Elsie (deceased), Leslie (N.S.W. i. and Dulcie -.Mi's. R. Hollard, Grange). WEST. — On December 22, at Adelaide, William Charles Leonard West, loving father of Bob, Harrv, Hilda, France, Merv, Mildred and Doris. Aged 85 years. WILLIAMS. — On December 21, at a pTivate hospital, Elenor Mary, loved widow of Philip James Williams. In her 8Zsfc year. WDLSON. — On December 20. at Ade laide, Catherine Anne, beloved wife of James Brown Wilson, 26 Franklin ter race. West Croydon, and loving mother o-f Andrew and Kathleen (Mrs. Miers, Sydney). Aged 76 years. At rest. WOOLDRIPGE.— On December 23, at her son's residence. 35 Hinton St.. Under dale, Ellen Nancy, formerly of Mills wood beloved -wife of the late George Wooldridge. Leaving three sons and four daughters. In her 92nd year. (Re united) . HEROES OF THE EMPIRE 'At the going down of the sun and in the morning we will remember them.' CRAWFORD. — In loving memory of Ed, late 10th Battalion, killed in action, New Guinea, December 28, 1942. A nature you couldn't help loving, A heart more precious than gold; To all who knew him His memory will never grow old. — Inserted by his loving brother Tim, sister-in-law Stella, and nephew Ron. CRAWFORD, Private E. W. J., of 2/10 Battalion, killed in action on 'December 28, 1942, New Guinea. His smiling face and loving ways will linger with us al ways. — Inserted by his loving mother.

HEROES OF THE EMPIRE CBAWFO&D. — In loving memory oi our dear brother and uncle Ed, killed in action N.G., December 28. 1942. Ht gave his life for us that we might live in peace. — Loved always by Mary, Sid, John &n«i Jean, Borderto-wn. IN MEMORIAM BAEKIE. — Loving thoughts of ytftt, dear dad, will never fade away..— Ever remembered by his loving wife and chil dren. BCEKCR. — In loving memory of our darling mother and gran, Huida Emeile, who passed away December 26, 1945. Do n.)t ask us if we miss her, Ther,- is such a vacant place, Can vie ever forget her footsteps Or her dear, smiling face. Those who have a mother, Cherish her with care. For you never know the heartache. Till you see her vacant chair. — Inserted by her loving daughter and son-in-law Martha and Emil Korreng, and grandsons Ted and Jack. DACK. — In loving memory of our dear mother, passed away December 27, 19-45. A wonderful mother laid to rest, For each and all she did her best. Her love was great, her heart was kind, A better mother no one could find. Sadly missed. — Inserted by her loving daughter Royce, son-in-law Horace, and grandchildren Iris, Neil and Betty. GERICKE. — In memorv of my dear husband Ralph, passed 'away r-ecerober 25, 1941. The years may dawn and fade away, but memories always stay. — In- serted by his wife and little son David. JAESCHKE. — In loving memory of our dear SJDtber and grandmother, passed away December 26, 1945. God watched you while you suffered, He knew you had your share; He gently closed your weary eyes, and took you in His care. — Ever remembered by her son Hermann, daugh ter-in-law Anna, and grandchildren. STB4DDWICK (nee Coulter) .—In loving memory of my loving sister Ivy, who passed away December 23, 1945, at Crys tal Brook. Short and sudden was the call, your sudden death surprised us all; it is sad but true, we wonder why, the best are always first to die, but there is someone who .missed you sadly in the home where you used to be. — Inserted bv her loving brother Bert. STRUDWICK -nee Goulter). — In 3oving memory of my dear daughter Ivy. who passed away December 23, 1945, at Crys tal Brook. No one you loved was by your .side to hear your last faint sigh, or whisper just a loving word before you closed your eyes. When last I saw your smiling face you looked so bright and well, little did I think that was my last farewell. — Ever remembered bv her loving mother. RETURN THANKS MRS. C. E. Ward and family of 'Mt. JH Elm,' near Hawker, wish to thank all kind friends and relations for teJegramt. cards, letters and personal expression* of sympathy in their recent loss of s- loving and devoted husband and falhej.

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