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SALT CHURCH GAWLER
10am and 5pm
Offices & Bookshop
Open: 9.30am - 4pm
Ph 8522 0000
GAWLER FULL GOSPEL
Family Worship Service,
Stone Pavilion, Sport and
Community Centre, Nixon
Pastor Shirley Coe
Ph 0401 065 748
8am Transfiguration Church
(Adelaide Rd, Gawler Sth)
10am St George's Church
(26 Cowan St, Gawler)
5th Sunday of each month
Joint Service (TF/SG) 9am
plus Sunday School
Reverend P Davey
Ph 8522 2534
22nd St, Gawler
Services for Saturday
9.30am Bible Study
11am Church Service
Come and hear
an uplifting message.
For contact information
Phone 0403 324 555
ceremonies. All occasions.
baptism, naming, funeral,
renewal of vows. Brian
Tscharke B.Th. C.M.C.
0421 207 028.
"... O my Lord... grant me Thy
pardon and... have mercy
Phone 8523 3552
OF THE NAZARENE
442 Main North Rd,
Pastor Michael Schmidt
Phone 8523 5889
Cnr Seventh and Second Sts,
Sunday Service times:
8.45am and 10.45am
1st Sunday of each month
Share-A-Meal every 1st and
3rd Wednesday at 11.45am
Pastor Anthony Price
Phone 8522 6000
22B Cowan St, Gawler
Sunday, September 28
8.45am Morning Praise Matins
10.45am Family Service
celebrating Holy Communion
Pastor Geoff Havelberg
Phone 8523 1929
THE SALVATION ARMY
Immanuel Lutheran School,
Lyndoch Road, Gawler East.
Sunday Service 10am.
8523 4844; 0457 600 061.
nee MacGOWAN --
Peter and Raelene,
solemnised at Tod Street
Methodist Church, Gawler,
by Reverend W. J. Stafford
on September 26, 1964.
Love and best wishes from
all the family.
TWO WELLS: It was a Medal of Medals day
on the weekend and a playoff between
Gary Payne, Stuart Grigg, Steve Kelly and
At the halfway point, Kelly and Grigg
had fallen off the pace and it was down
to a race between Frencken and Payne.
Frencken ended up the steadier to take
out the honours from a tiring Payne,
whose ill-health the past couple of weeks
caught up with him.
Congratulations to Frencken on a fine
Other trophies to be finalised were the
Eclectic and Club Trophy.
Andrew Baker won both in very close
The ladies shone today with Julie
Holland shooting a season-best 84/63
and Elaine Grigg 96/68 as well as taking
out three NTPs between them.
KAPUNDA: What a fantastic day of golf
it turned out to be last weekend for the
Monthly Medal stroke round.
The weather was as perfect as you could
want and the course was in immaculate
condition once again.
No-one enjoyed the day more than
young Jarrad Hughes, who is always up
early and one of the first groups onto the
Hughes had one of those rounds most
of us only dream about, shooting 69 off
the stick, including a hole in one on the
The powers that be are still to confirm
whether the score is a new course record
on the course as it now plays.
Great effort. The score was always in the
making for such a clean ball striker.
Josh Mosey also had a pearler of a day,
parring the course and earning himself
a win in the A grade by a comfortable
His nett 69 was three ahead of John
Shephard and one more ahead of big-
hitting Bert Pearce.
Lucas Bagshaw is another early starter
and he shot a 70 to claim a three-shot
lead in the B grade ahead of 'Poppa'
Watson and Brad James.
Watson's round included a dubious
eagle on the 18th after he chipped in.
James was playing with Mosey, so there
was some great golf between them.
The C grade was won by veteran leftie
Milton Martin by just one shot from
Damien 'Chippy' Trotta, who was also just
the one shot up on Jim Menzel's 74.
Nine fillies ventured out and it was
house -sitter Jeanette Venhoek with an
excellent 66 who took the voucher ahead
of Carole Molloy on 69.
Thursday's field was back up to 20 last
week and Brian Lee was the pick of the
bunch in a countback with John Semmler
after both finished on 35 points.
Tim Scheer also had a pretty good day
It is not very often you see A graders
raise the bat but Pete Morrison was a
worthy winner of the encouragement
award last week.
The last semi-final of the Dave Forrest
'Top Dog' matchplay was completed with
Troy Sires knocking in a 'monster' birdie
putt on the last to pip the 'Pres' Craig
Sutherland one up.
It was getting a bit close for Sires, in
the end, after he was four up with three
He will now be up against Paul O'Reilley
HAMLEY BRIDGE: Twenty Hamley
members toured to Barmera for the
annual two -day individuals and teams
competition, where the 'Butchers' team
consisting of Ian Goddard, Ian Ferguson,
Barrie Zerna and Bradley Zerna won
the two-day team event easily with 212
Three -time winners 'The Dream Team'
have again been found 'talking the talk'
but not 'walking the walk', while the
secret drawn teams event was won by
Anton Noack, Ron Smith, Roen Cameron
and Barry Schwartzier with 207 points.
Ian Goddard won the Tour
Championship with 63 points over the
two days and was presented with the
Brown Jacket and Shield, while in second
place was Roen Cameron with 60 points
from George Dahlitz (57).
The Barmera Golf Club was thanked for
its wonderful hospitality, along with the
GAWLER: The Gawler Bowling Club
has its official opening day tomorrow,
September 25, and encourages members
and non-members to attend.
Commencing at 1pm, there will be an
opening ceremony followed by a 'men-
versus-women' trial match and then a
pooled high tea.
The club's first pennants matches will
begin the next fortnight, with the men's
competition starting on Wednesday,
October 8, the ladies on Thursday,
October 9, and the open competition on
Saturday, October 11.
This year, the club has a premier one
open side that competes in the top
echelon metro competition, which will
attract state players to the club at least
once a fortnight.
GAWLER & DISTRICTS: Grand final -
Evanston Gardens 83 (S. Pagett, M. Payne,
R. Laidlaw 28-11; H. Jackson, J. Green, N.
Lee 31-11; R. Dowling, R. Lee, M. Keane
24-22) d Kangaroo Flat 44 (E. Fairlie, K.
Roe, A. Phelps 14-28; S. Phelps, J. Phelps,
P. Phelps 10-38; J. Clarke, A. Clemon, D.
Next Monday, the annual P.Y.T. Shield
presentation with certificate of merit
awards will take place in the Evanston
Names must be in by 7.15pm, for a
7.30pm start, with the cost of entry $2
All persons are asked to bring a plate of
supper to share.
Entries to the annual open singles
tournament close, with the secretary
Sydney Lee, at 10pm Monday.
Forms are available from club
secretaries, or Mr Lee.
GRAND FINAL ACTION
South Gawler's goal defence Paula Dean (left) tries
to intercept a pass to Kapunda goal shooter Lana
Bagshaw in senior two BL&G netball.
PHOTOS: Lauren Gauci
South Gawler's Laura Schwerdt defends Kapunda's
Kerry Giles in the BL&G senior two grand nal at
ABOVE: Gawler Central's Kalon
Heintze lays a strong tackle on
South Gawler's Aaron Bevis in the
BL&G grand nal on Saturday.
INSET: Gawler Central's Brad
Mercer ghts for position against
Lions' defender Shaun Woodland.
PHOTOS: Mary Ackers
ABOVE: Gawler Central's Charlie
Molyneux res out a quick handball
before being tackled by South
Gawler's Cris Musolino. INSET:
South Gawler's Heath Lawry puts
in a strong spoil against Tiger Sean
South Gawler's Sonia Davey reels in a pass over
Kapunda goal keeper Carman Jacka in the senior
two grand nal at Tanunda.
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