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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
"Whatsoever may happen
is good, for calamities are
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, June 1
8.45am Traditional Worship
celebrating Holy Communion
10.45am Family Service
Pastor Geoff Havelberg
Phone 8523 1929
CARTER, Frank Elijah --
Passed away peacefully at
the Lyell McEwin Hospital
on May 20, 2014.
Aged 94 years.
Beloved husband of
the late Alda.
Married for 71 years.
and father-in-law of
Helen and Grant,
Robert and Robyn.
Much loved Grandpa of
Paul, Karyn and Rob,
Andrew, Tammie and Ben.
Always in our hearts.
Frank's funeral service was
conducted in the Taylor &
Forgie Funeral Chapel on
Monday, May 26, 2014.
Reverend Nellie Van Dyk
TAYLOR & FORGIE
Gawler 8522 1734
CANDICE and Michael
would like to announce the
birth of Georga Rennae on
February 23, 2014. Thank
you to the staff at Gawler
CORNISH, Adrian Ben --
Previous owner of
VAL-WRECK, in Paxton
Street, Willaston. Passed
away on Wednesday, May
21, 2014. RIP Adrian.
Ron and Liz.
ROGERS - BERGEN --
Christine and Peter Bergen
welcome with love their
new twin grandsons,
Christian and Anthony,
on May 16, 2014. Con-
gratulations to Heather,
Peter, Zander and Xavier.
KIRYK, Roman --
It has been three years since
he passed away on May
30. Sadly missed, fondly
remembered, but never
forgotten by his wife Felicia
and the rest of the family.
KLEMM, Dorothy June (nee GRAETZ):
Sadly taken from us three and a half years ago
In memory of your 80th birthday this year, May 30th
A million tmes we needed you,
A million tmes we cried,
If love alone would have saved you,
You would have never died.
In life we loved you dearly,
In death we love you stll,
In our hearts you hold a place,
No one can ever fll.
A light from our household is gone,
A voice from our love is stlled,
A place in our home,
Which never can be flled.
Some may think you are forgoten,
Though on earth you are no more,
But in our memory you are with us,
As you always were before.
It broke our hearts to lose you,
But you did not go alone,
A part of us went with you,
The day God called you home.
Your precious memories are for keepsakes,
with which we never part,
God has you safely in his keeping,
But we have you forever in our hearts
With love always, from your family XX
best wishes for your
50th birthday today.
With much love from
husband Andrew, sons
Jacob and Kurt, mum
and all the family.
We hope you have
a wonderful birthday
on 28th May.
Love from Jill,
Kristy & Jeff,
Brett & Jules,
Tayla & Zoe.
SCHEER, Phyllis --
Born on June 2nd, 1934.
Love and best wishes for a
happy 80th birthday from
your husband, Kevin, and
family, Chris and Robyn,
Tim and Diane, Tanielle,
Mark, Nevae and Esha,
Kirralee and Tim, Brianna
and Terrence, Mikhayla,
Tyron and Taylan.
Eileen and Ian --
Married May 30, 1964.
'A Wedding Anniversary
is the celebration of love,
trust, partnership, tolerance
and tenacity. The order
varies for any given year.'
Mum and Dad, congrat-
ulations on your 50th
Wedding Anniversary. Love
Marney, Sharon, Hannah,
Lachlan and Callum. XX
ELKINS, Bob --
Passed away May 31, 1997.
Lovingly remembered by
eg For Sale, Garage Sales etc
All Classifieds to
be pre paid prior to
Phone 8522 1233
Fax 8522 4100
REDEEMING, a greyhound
that runs consistently with-
out winning too often, finally
broke through for another vic-
tory at the Gawler greyhounds
In The Bunyip Stake over 531m,
Jungle Bark bounced away the
best from box seven to lead from
Dyna Yuna (seven) and Caviar
Noir (eight), who was running
Around the first turn, Jungle
Bark zoomed out to a five-length
break, with Redeeming (five)
quickly moving around the rest of
the field to get into second posi-
Redeeming quickly made up
ground on the leader and, by the
643m boxes, he had gone past the
leader and went on to win by five
lengths in a good time of 30.81
Jungle Bark was second for Rob
Versteeg, of Merbein, Victoria,
with Bubba Ray Dudley third for
Karen Bearpark, of Two Wells.
Redeeming is a black dog
trained by Karen Wittholz, of
Lewiston, for husband Mike, Bob
Taplin, Ashley Harvie and Bob
He is one of those greyhounds
that needs things to go his way to
do his best.
A wide draw suits him, as he
can find his way around the field
without copping interference, and
this trait explains why he has re-
corded just four wins but 21 plac-
ings from 50 starts.
The extra distance suited Re-
deeming as well, as he is always
looking to run on when he can
Now that he is running over
the extra distance and with a bit
of confidence under his belt, it is
hoped he can score another win in
the near future.
Lisa Rasmussen, a regular win-
ner at the track, collected a double
when Uandah Bale and She's So
Vain were both successful.
The work on the new facility
at the track is due to commence
shortly and this will affect some
racing dates, so please check
gawlergreyhounds.com for a
Until advised, racing will con-
tinue on Tuesday afternoons, with
an afternoon meeting this Friday.
A shot at redemption
(From left) Mike and Karen Wittholz and Bob Taplin with Redeeming
after his win at the Gawler greyhounds last week.
WILLASTON: The netta twos
had a great game helped by
good performances from Haley
Hemmerling, Kay de Ron and player
of the day, Julia Hayes.
The netta ones all played at their
best, with best player Amber Young
shooting well up forward.
The primary ones put up a great
fight, led by their offence.
Isabelle Heinrich played well and
Ashlee Viceban was best on court.
The sub junior twos fought hard all
game but narrowly lost in the dying
Svisti Sharma performed well.
The sub junior ones played a great
defensive game, with their defenders
working well together.
Sophie Sutherland earned the
Kiara, Macey and Grace led the way
for the junior twos, in a game where
they continued to improve. Ashleigh
Spirritt also played well.
The junior ones started slow, but
their defensive pressure worked well
in the second half. Katelen Viceban
earned the incentive award.
The intermediate twos play a strong
and consistent game with Cody White
The division sevens tried hard all
day but fell just short in the end.
Bec Hollins received the incentive
The division sixes were aided by
fresh legs in the second half to help
overcome a slow start, running out
Bridey Lewis was a standout
Tarsha Briscoe was among a
number of strong performers in the
division fives in a game that produced
The division four girls enjoyed a
good team win, with Breanna Merry
earning the incentive award.
The division threes fought hard and
never gave up.
Angela Edwards gave a strong
performance and received the
GAWLER CENTRAL: The weekend
got off to a start on Friday night
when our under 13 Black side played
Barossa Blue under lights at Gawler
Better players for us were Michael
McInerney, Jake Letts and Jacob
The 13s Gold side played first up
on Gawler Oval on Saturday morning
against Freeling and had a good win.
Our best players were River Gribble,
Nathan Hurrell, Joe Ireland and Tom
The under 9s and 11s both played
on Princes Park on Saturday morning
in very mild conditions against
The under 15s continued on their
winning way with a very good 65-
point win against the Freeling boys.
Marcus Tree had a great game and
was best on ground.
Other contributors were Brodi
Mathews, Caleb Manfield, Luke
Johnson, Jake Billings and Brad
The under 17s are starting to gain
momentum and had a 120-point
victory against a depleted Freeling
side. Coach Reynolds was pleased
with the endeavour of his troops.
Brandon Downie was again the
Tigers' best player and is having an
Nathan Cockburn, Sean Maher, Fay
Frahn, Branden Hope and Hayden
Schuggman also played well.
The reserves were made to
earn their 35-point win against a
determined Redlegs' side.
Youngster Tyson Duffield worked
tirelessly in the ruck all day and was
Tyson is still eligible for the under
17s but has played every reserves
game this season.
Jordan Neat, Adam Cox, Glenn
Meulendykes, Nick Crothers and
Cameron Maher also played well.
In the A grade the Tigers were
completely dominant in the first half
of the match and led by 99 points at
Gawler failed to kick a goal in the
third, while Freeling added five to
In the last quarter the boys rallied
to kick nine to run out comfortable
Daniel Stanley was best player,
while others to contribute were Jason
Blakemore, who was hard at it all day,
Nathan Solly, Kalon Heintze, Matt
Gibson and Jake Asher.
Just a reminder that Auskick has
begun for the youngest members of
our club, and is held between 9.30am
and 10.30am Sunday mornings at
If you have a youngster interested
in getting involved in our great game,
visit and register at aflauskick.com.au
Club person of the week was June
Smith for her untiring help in the
canteen during the year.
WILLASTON: Another great day for
the club, with three out of five grades
coming away with wins.
The under 13s continued their
good form for the year but lost by the
smallest of margins.
The under 15s were tested for the
first time this year, were competitive
for the first three quarters but fell
away in the last to lose their first
game of the year.
Best players were Bradley Barnes,
Jackson Phillips and Hayden
The under 17s were challenged for
the first time this year but, with every
player contributing, came away in the
second half for a comfortable win.
Best players were Tyler Mills, Brad
Cox and Lockie Elliott.
The reserves dominated the first
half to establish a good break and
then cruised in the second half to
maintain their lead and come away
with the win.
Best players were Jared Stephens,
Jake Boswell and Sean Welk.
The A grade, after a slow start,
completely dominated every position
to record a very comfortable win.
Best players were Ashley Fry, Mark
McCallum and Shaun Baker.
With the bye and the June long
weekend, we have no footy for the
next two weeks.
SOUTH GAWLER: South Gawler
hosted Kapunda last Saturday and
recorded a clean sweep of the
The under 13s kicked off
proceedings, continuing their stellar
The young Lions held the Bombers
scoreless for the match to record a 94-
This was done without the
assistance of two of their stars, Jack
Carpenter and Brayden Fischer, who
both got the call up to make their
junior colts debuts.
The junior colts got back in the
winner 's circle with a 128-point win,
only allowing the Bombers one point
for the match.
Best for the Lions included seven-
goal forward Jarred Johnson, Andrew
Lomu, Kayne Loffler, Jono Connelly,
Casey Barker and best-on-ground
The undermanned senior colts,
which included five junior colts,
continued their undefeated season
with a 47-point win.
Brad Cheer, Ryan Feuerherdt,
Jordan Martin, Andrew Mewett and
Scott Blundell were amongst the
Daniel Dankiewicz was best on
Brenton Craig's reserves got their
season back on track with a 10-goal
Jake McVicar was superb on the
wing, whilst Jordy Dare and Riley
Barker kept the Lions pushing
Young gun Josh Naumann was best
on ground and should be knocking
on the door for a look in the senior
The A grade recorded a solid
12-goal win and, although their
concentration did lapse at certain
stages of the match, the boys finished
the game strongly.
Superstar Heath Lawry booted five
goals, whilst Aaron Bevis was fantastic
Hard nut Matt Foldesdy was solid
through the centre, whilst the smooth
moving Jackson Dare was named best
Playing the Magpies at Tanunda
this Saturday, the boys will face
another tough challenge, which they
will need to overcome to remain
undefeated for 2014.
Last Saturday the club hosted
the 'iPod shuffle night', which was a
fantastic night at the club. A large
turnout ensured that 'the Den' was
still the place to be late into the night.
Club person of the week is another
loyal Lion in Leanne Schultz.
Leanne is a wonderful contributor
to the club and a loyal member of the
South Gawler community.
Just a reminder that payments
for the player's auction are due and
payments can be made to John Costa
or Gus Barker.
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