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E lose relatives of Canadian an U. S. Servicu men, Australia llrls who married our soldlerg an! ave come to visit their hus Bands' families. There was an ex ra scat and Mrs. Wade w a ranted It. They made the trip 1 6 hours flying time. Mrs. Wade is the daughter lie late Mr. and Mrs. Oscar B outer of Puce. She is the wldoi f the late Arthur Wade, D. S. C Istlngulshed scientist of Englan nd Australia, a member of t h ;oyal Scientific Society, F. G. S Fellow of the American Geologi al Society), a scientific consu ant who specialized in Oil Fieli cology. Dr. Wade was born am stamina, tool H«r»i "d««p water" pow«r to K»r a runabout or drive a cruli.r. Stylnd In Holiday tronu. With 12-volt electric or eailer manual itartlng. Time payments available. THOMPSON'S Battery and Electric Telephone 2-82« 223 Main lytha, meaning "gift of t h Gods", was the name of a Dan- sh titled woman, wife of Godwlne of Kent, whose son was Harold, ast of the Saxon kings. Cedrlc was a favored name of the Anglo Saxons. When they came h e they were children. Gylha, t h elder, with her long flaxen braids, was, to me, like Grelel in the 'airy slory "Hansel and Grctel". She grew up in the four years he United Slates, was graduated 'rom the Pace High School and attended Ole Miss for a where she is still remembered with praise by Miss Heflcy, Dean of Women. Cedric, with auburn lair and some years younger its sister, had a bout with polio here, but fortunately had the skill and care which brought h i m hrough triumphantly. On their return to Australia iytha, who, her mother says, wanted to be a doctor since she was eight years old, entered the medical school of Queensland Unl- 'erslly where she earned a six ourse degree. She is now a full edged doctor, specializing In ob- tetrics and gynecology, with t w ears as a resident dpctor in Mcloria Hospital at Melbourne, a woman's hospital, staffed by women women doctors and famous through- ut the British Empire. She is now doing an extra year before [olng to London as a Fellow of Royal College of Obsletrics a iynecology. This will give her op degree in her field. Her mother hopes that she will then come o America to do some work Ccdrlc, now six feet tall and still auburn haired, is a science tudcnt at Queensland University, following his father's field, metal- urgy and geology, specializing in metallurgy. Mrs. Wade, a tall, attractive woman, has made her own place Brisbane, a semi-tropical city of 500,000, located on the east coast, i5 miles from the eea. In her garden she grows avocados, bananas, :itrus and other tropical fruits. She has a summer cottage on

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  1. The Delta Democrat-Times,
  2. 16 Jun 1957, Sun,
  3. Page 6

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