The Daily Representative 1937 2 April - June
Friday, April 2, 1937
WILLMORE.- In loving memory of my loving husband and our dear father, who passed away on the 2nd April, 1936.
Wednesday, April 7, 1937
LEPPAN.- To Mr. And Mrs. Dudley F. LEPPAN (nee Phyllis FOORD), a daughter, at Albany Nursing Home, Grahamstown.
Thursday, April 8, 1937
ARSENIOU.- To Mr. And Mrs. Basil ARSENIOU (Waldorf Cafe), at the St. Catherine’s Nursing Home, Queenstown, on Thursday, 8th April, 1937, a son. Both well.
Monday, April 12, 1937
FRANCIS-DUNCAN.- Married at St. Michael and All Angels’ Church, Queenstown, by the Rev. P. DAVIES, on Wednesday, the 7th April, 1937, Arthur, only son of Mr. And the late Mrs. W. FRANCIS, of Southport, England, to Thelma, only daughter of Mrs. And the late Mr. Donaldson DUNCAN, of Queenstown.
Monday, April 19, 1937
MUTCH-THOMPSON.- The engagement is announced of Daphne, youngest daughter of Mrs. And the late Mr. C.R. MUTCH, of Queenstown, to Roy, youngest son of Mrs. And the late Mr. T.A. THOMPSON, of Kingwilliamstown.
Wednesday, April 21, 1937
VAN DER BERG-VENTER.- The engagement is announced of Jacoba, eldest daughter of Mr. And Mrs. A.P. VAN DER BERG, of Indwe, to Christ, eldest son of Mr. And Mrs. G.W. VENTER, of Queenstown.
Thursday, April 22, 1937
BARTLETT.- Passed peacefully away at his residence, “Madeira Park,” Queenstown, on April 20th, Johan BARTLETT. Aged 76 years.
ROBINS.- Passed away peacefully at her residence, 14, Bushell Street, on Wednesday, April 21st, Rebecca, beloved wife of L.B. ROBINS, and darling mother of Gussie, Dan, Sarah, Minnie and Alec.
Friday, April 23, 1937
MALLETT.- Passed away at East London, 22nd, Arpil, 1937, George Maynard MALLETT, son of Mr. And Mrs. C.M. MALLETT, of Queenstown.
EVERETT.- Passed away after a short illness at Pretoria, on Monday, 19th April, Herbert George EVERETT, beloved husband of Birdie EVERETT, and son-in-law of Mrs. A. RIDLEY, of Queenstown.
Tuesday, April 27, 1937
VENTER.- In loving memory of our dear husband and father who passed away on the 27th April, 1936.
(Ever remembered by his wife, daughter, son-in-law and grand children.)
Thursday, April 29, 1937
KIDSON, Fen.- In loving memory of our dear Dad who passed away 29th April, 1936.
(Inserted by his son Warwick and family)
Friday, April 30, 1937
WHALLEY-STRANACK.- On the 30th April, 1912, at Verulam, Natal, by the Rev. W.E. CORDINGLEY, William T. WHALLEY, Wesleyan Methodist Minister, of Port Elizabeth, to Irene H. STRANACK, only daughter of the late Mr. J.W. STRANACK and Mrs. STRANACK, of Durban and Capetown. Present address: Wesley Manse, Queenstown.
Monday, May 3, 1937
JUBY-VAN SCHALKWYK.- The engagement is announced of Tom, son of Mr. And Mrs. L.J. JUBY, and Miss P.M. VAN SCHALKWYK, daughter of Mr. And Mrs. J.J. VAN SCHALKWYK, of Carnarvon.
FORBES.- To Mr. And Mrs. J.R. FORBES, a son, on 2nd inst., at St. Catherine’s Nursing Home.
Tuesday, May 4, 1937
STRACHAN.- To Mr. And Mrs. J.A. STRACHAN, at St. Catherine’s Nursing Home, on the 3rd inst., twin girls.
STRACHAN.- At St. Catherine’s Nursing Home, on the 3rd inst., the twin daughters of Mr. And Mrs. J.A. STRACHAN.
Wednesday, May 5, 1937
MAY-VAN DER VYVER.- The engagement is announced between Naomi, daughter of Mrs. M VAN DER VYVER, of Queenstown, and Harry MAY, son of Mr. And Mrs. W.E. MAY, of Capetown.
Thursday, May 13, 1937
ARNOTT.- Passed peacefully away at Bellville, Capetown, Harriet ARNOTT, wife of the late George ARNOTT, in her 74th year.
Saturday, May 15, 1937
FULLER.- In ever affectionate memory of our dear Daddy.
(Mammie and Ivor, Capetown.)
FULLER.- In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away on 16th May, 1933.
(Ever remembered by May, Charlie and Stanley.)
FULLER.- In loving memory of our dear Dad, Arthur Richard FULLER, who passed away, 16th May, 1933.
(Ever remembered by Fanny and Charles)
FULLER.- In loving memory of our dear father, Arthur Richard FULLER, who passed away on 16th May, 1933.
(Ever remembered by Mabel and Arthur.)
FULLER.- In loving memory of our dear father, Arthur FULLER, who passed away on the 16th May, 1933.
(Fondly remembered by Emily and Reg.)
Tuesday, May 18, 1937
LOVELL-SCOTT.- Married at Wesley Church, Queenstown, Cape, 18th May, 1887, by Rev. J. SMITH SPENCER, James G. LOVELL to Emilie SCOTT. (Bestman Mr. George DASHWOOD). Present address, 122, Club Arcade, Durban.
Thursday, May 20, 1937
HURWITZ-MILLER.- To be married at the Wolmarans Street Synagogue, Johannesburg, on Sunday, May 30th, 3.30 p.m., Zalman, third son of the late Mrs. S. HURWITZ, of Fort Beaufort, to Sadie, youngest daughter of Mr. And Mrs. W. MILLER, of Johannesburg. No cards. No reception.
Saturday, May 22, 1937
To be married
WINSON-BLAKE.- To be married in the Wesleyan Church, Salisbury, Southern Rhodesia, on the 1st June, 1937, at 2.30 p.m., Lex Clifford, youngest son of Mr. And Mrs. W.J. WINSON, of Salisbury, to Amy Evelyn, second daughter of the late Mr. A. BLAKE and Mrs. Blake, of Queenstown. Telegrams: 94, Union Avenue, Salisbury.
Tuesday, May 25, 1937
ABRAMS.- Passed away at 13, Calderwood Street, on 23rd May, 1937, Rebecca Leah ABRAHMS, aged 69 years.
Saturday, May 29, 1937
RAWLINGS-BURBEROW.- On the 28th May, at St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church, Capetown, by the Rev. Robert WHYTE, B.D., Alfred James RAWLINGS to Vivien Isabella McPherson BURBEROW (nee ORR), both of Queenstown, South Africa. Adress: Homelea, 11, Berry Street, Queenstown
Wednesday, June 2, 1937
MOLONY.- To Iris (nee OATES) wife of Eric MOLONY, St. Mark’s, a son, on 29th May, 1937, at Belgrave Nursing Home, East London.
Friday, June 4, 1937
MULLER.- Passed away in East London, on 30th May, 1937, Joey, darling wife of Maxie MULLER, and mother of Norman, June, Errol, Barry and Elton.
MULLER.- In loving memory of our dear son, William Arthur MULLER, who died 26th May, 1922.
Saturday, June 5, 1937
BAILLIE.- At the Frontier Hospital, Queenstown, on 4th June, 1937, to Mr. And Mrs. H. BAILLIE, a son.
DUNCAN.- In loving remembrance of Donaldson DUNCAN, who passed away on the 5th June, 1935.
Monday, June 7, 1937
SPENCE.- At St. Catherine’s Nursing Home, on 4th June, 1937, to Captain and Mrs. SPENCE, a son.
Friday, June 11, 1937
OPPERMAN.- At 86, Robinson Road, on June, 1937, to Mr. And Mrs. B. OPPERMAN, a son. Both well.
Tuesday, June 15, 1937
POPE-PORTER.- Married by special licence at Queenstown on Tuesday, 15th June, 1937, Cuthbert H. POPE to Edna PORTER.
EDKINS.- William Shrewsbury, passed suddenly, and peacefully away at his residence, 93, Livingstone Road, on Saturday, 12th June.
Wednesday, June 16, 1937
SWANEPOEL.- At 34, Grey Street, Queenstown, on June 15th, 1937, to Mr. And Mrs. N. SWANEPOEL, a son.
Saturday, June 19, 1937
BARRY-AINSLIE.- Married at St. George’s Church, East London, on 19th June ,1937, Stefanus BARRY, of Queenstown, to Isobel AINSLIE, of Kingwilliamstown.
LORAM.- Passed away peacefully at St. Catherine’s Nursing Home, on the 18th inst. Ruth LORAM, of East London.
HILLS.- In loving memory of our dear uncle Arthur GRISBROOKE-HILLS who passed away on 19th June, 1936.
(Ever remembered by Emm and Frank.)
HILLS.- In loving memory of Arthur GRISBROOKE-HILLS who passed away on 19th June, 1936.
Wednesday, June 23, 1937
LEVIN-NATHANSON: Married at the President Street Synagogue, Johannesburg, by the Rev. WOLFE, on the 23rd June, 1912, Reuben LEVIN to Gertie NATHANSON.
Friday, June 25, 1937
LENDRUM.- At St. Catherine’s Nursing Home, on 24th June, 1937, to Tommie, wife of A. LENDRUM, a daughter. Both well.
Saturday, June 26, 1937
DUGMORE-BERRINGTON.- Married at the Methodist Church, Dordrecht, on June 23rd, 1937, by the Rev. W.T. WHALLEY and the Rev. H.J. GRADWELL, Lennard M. DUGMORE, of Queen’s College, to Edna, daughter of Mr. E.C. BERRINGTON, Waschbank, Dordrecht.
Monday, June 28, 1937
HOFMEYR.- At St. Catherine’s Nursing Home on the 26th June to Mr. And Mrs. A.J. HOFMEYR, a son.
BALSHAW.- At Slabbert’s Nursing Home, Queenstown, on the 26th June, 1937, to Edith (nee REES), wife of Mr. Stanley BALSHAW, a son. Both well.
A Reuter message from Grahamstown states that the death occurred on Friday night of James Norman FORD, of Kasouga, Albany. Before the war he was well-known in football circles, being a member of the Albany Club. An injury compelled him to abandon the game in 1926. In 1920-22 and in 1924 he played for Eastern Province. His age was 40, and he was unmarried.
Mr. H.G. MORRIS
Mr. H.G. (“Goff”) MORRIS, younger brother of Mr. Dudley MORRIS of Queenstown, died in Salisbury on Saturday afternoon. He was a former resident of Queenstown, who went to Rhodesia at the time of the Mashona rebellion and joined a volunteer corps form Umtali. After the rebellion Mr. MORRIS obtained an appointment in the Salisbury Veterinary Department. He was pensioned about two years ago and had been dairy-farming since then. The news of his death was very sudden, his relations not even knowing that he was ill.