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HMmuTSfi « JU, L, "■ 1945 ' at Gree n Lane JaS £',*' beloved wife of the late Ernest (Epsornl? # (Orakei ). and Elsie O'Leary leave c 73 ~y ears' The funeral will K- « L i t l Ue a.S d t fS?rro L w W -iTu a 2iayl O, X Hlllsboro , Cemetery. nuesaay;, ior H M"r E l ar' e T°P, i i U ! y ( i s, at Green Lan * Hospital. MLS? pSnsonby 1 TO yearf t S? ther I °f M».-Keane Penrose; aged wJ'?"- Funeral will leave the above address Dargavine ' a " m - for Mount Wesley ' H sg-t m * &«,»«■ G -t org - p«™te and ed l O v=H ba f nd v, Of l f he late Alice Maud Hante !°V,T v d fathe | °f H «da. Sidney and Arthur pirn J? J R ar s- Sf™"* at W. Morrison's Chapel dav) f ß ,? ad ', at , 3 -\° pm ' to-morrow (TuesCrematorium leavln * afterwards for the Ju lV£' 1945 ' at Auckland Hospital. S & te * N -?- R - dearly beloved husband oi f-tv. He , i i d ' 6 ' Kingsland Terrace, and loved fSanrtri^f<,h lay / M 7; G . eorEe Wnite), Bulls. Lewis KenzfJ^ 8 rff h H Maxule , < M «- Gordon Mejvenziej, Clevedon, and Jovce fMr«? Arthur » y -™ Ernie (of Wellington), and Gwenda —RIP ?f S< th e eI l«^ aSS « Wlll £ e at'"hl" Church Si, iT Assumption. Onehunga, to-morrow (Tuesday), at S a.m. Private interment; H Ma?;™£ Jl i ly i s 'K l9 i s ' at Ham «ton, William §57; "-" "—• E - d fS &3r%£B&SX C M h^to?la d SfonVeme^ , lUneral then leavln * to * JA Strle\ N 'Enslm e -^ On T JU i y , 15 i at 68 ' Margot otrcec, iLpsom. dearly beloved wife of Theo aeed 6e Sd ?,m her , Ot ft 05 ," 1 " 1 Edna (N.Z.A.K.S.) ; o? 1 ;?■ _ Fun eral will leave her late residence Purewl 5 clmetery'.' ,Iter * Sh ° rt ServlOe ' lor Jt r« l m7; On ,a Ul £ 14 ' 1945 Suddenly), at his residence, 16, Onewa Street, Birkenhead, William Thomas, dearly loved husband of Inajupp i? Ved S SI S l Mr - nnd Mrs - F - W. Jupp. Rawene f?*f • Blrkenhead, and loved brother of Bert; =fh d n 4G y rt WS " A . servi=e wUI be held at Watney t and ~ 3ons ch ßPe'. Khyber Pass. Newm,t VA? 1,4 , 5 p - m - to-morrow (Tuesday), the SJSf, uen leaving for the Crematorium. No flowers by request. M 5?»» E n E^ On . I July , 14 J? uddenly) ' at Auckland, kI? J? Allce L of Atkinson Avenue, Otahuhu, beloved fourth daughter of the late Owen Curran and Mary MoQee, and loving sister of Mesdames Sidey, Costall, Delia and Louise. 5: •?•,_ Mass at St. Joseph's Church, Otahuhu, at 9 a.m. to-morrow (Tuesday), tuneral leaving immediately afterward lor Otahuhu Catholic Cemetery. PURDY-On July Iβ,. 1945, at Green Lane Hospital, Arthur Leopold, eldest son of the late Charles and Susan Purdy, 192, Victoria street West, and loved brother of Tot. Mrs. Watt, Mrs. Johnson, ,Tom, Jim and Bob: aged 61 years. R.l.p. ;a service will be held at W. H. Tongue and Son's Chapel to-morrow (Tuesd.ay/,' a t 1.45 p.m.. funeral then leaving for Waikumete Cemetery. ROBINSON.—On July 16. 1845, at a private hospital, Auckland, Alice, beloved sister of Rose Robinson, of 45, Tainui Road, Devonport. Private interment. R UGE-On July 15, 1945, at Auckland Hospital, Christian, beloved husband of Margaret Ruge, Great South Road, Papatoetoe, and loved father of Cyril, Chris and Peggy; aged 71 years. A service will be held at W. H. Tongue and Son's Chapel, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 11 a.m., ! funeral then leaving for Hillsboro , Cemetery. SNOOK.—On July 16, 1945, at a private hospital, James Henry, beloved husband of Katherlne Burn Snook, 16, Klngstone Avenue, Mount Rosklll, and loved stepfather of Hettie Broadwood, and the late Mark Vipond, and loved grandfather of Kathleen Cork, and Margaret Broadwood. A service will be held at the above address to-morrow (Tuesday), at 3.15, funeral then leaving for Hillsboro' Cemetery. SUTHERLAND.—On July 15, at Green Lane I Hospital, Gertrude, wife of the late Alex I Sutherland, and loving mother of Alex and '. Judy, of 752, Remuera Road. At rest. A ser- ! vice will be held at Watney Sibun and Sons' Chapel, Khyber Pass, Newmarket, at 12.30 p.m. to-morrow (Tuesday), the funeral then leaving for the Crematorium. WALKER.—On July 15, at Cornwall Hospital, Emilte Josephine, beloved wife of Thomas H. Walker, and loved mother of Tom, Bill, Ted, Prank, Ellen, Frances and May; in her eightysixth year. A service will be held at All Saints' Church, Howick, to-morrow (Tuesday), at 2.45 p.m.

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DEATHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 166, 16 July 1945

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DEATHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 166, 16 July 1945

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