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BEREAVEMENT THANKS i BELT.—Mrs. Best and family, of Luke Road Otahuhu, wishes to sincerely thank all kind I friends for their expressions of sympathy in the . loss of their loved husband and father; also for letters, cards, telegrams and beautiful floral , emblems received. Please accept this as a personal . rcknowledgment. BBIGGS.—Mrs. Briggs and family wish to thank all kind friends for expressions °* W™*™* tributes. Please . accept this as a personal acknowledgment. i CARLETON.—Mrs. L. J. Carleton and family wish to sincerely thank all kind friends and r relatives for their expressions of sympathy in the less of their loved daughter and sister; also for letter* cards telegrams and beautiful floral ' emblems received.' Cpecial thanks to Mrs. HanniT Ban. Please accept this as a personal acknowledg- * ment. CONDON'.—The family of the late Mrs. Condon i wish to sincerely thank all kind friends and ■ relatives for their expressions of sympathy in the loss of their dear mother; also for letters, cards, telegrams and beautiful floral emblems received. Special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Grattan and family, also Miss Fordyce. Please accept this as a persona! acknowledgment. , FERGUSON.—The Miller and Cahill families wish to thank all friends and relatives for their > kind expressions of sympathy in the loss of their loved Aunt Jean; also for letters, cards, telegrams and beautiful floral emblems received. Please ' accept this as a personal acknowledgment. GORDINE.—Mr, R. W. Gordlne wishes to thank ' all friends and relatives for their kind expressions of sympathy in the loss of his mother; also for cards telegrams, floral emblems received. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. GRACE.—Mrs. J. P. Grace wishes to thank all relatives and friends for expressions of sympathy in the sad loss of her dear husband; also for letters, cards, telegrams and floral emblems. GRIFFITHS —Mrs. I. McKeown and Mrs. C. Mitchell wish to thank relations, neighbours and friends who in various ways by telegrams, letters, cards and floral tributes and in person, who expressed their sympathy with them in the sad loss of their brother Richard (Dick); special thanks to Mr. G. E. McKeown for his extreme kindness to us in our hour of need; also the Grey Lynn R.S.A. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. HAMMOND.—Mr. Roland Hammond and family, of Otahuhu. wish to sincerely thank all friends and relatives for their kindness and expressions of sympathy in their recent loss of their dear wife and mother: and for cards, letters, telegrams and floral emblems received. HAMMOND —Mr. and Mrs. H. Ellis and family wish to thank relatives and friends for cards, telegrams and beautiful floral emblems received in the tragic los sof their daughter: special thanks . to detective force. Mrs. Thorley. Mrs. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. McLeod and Mr. C. Nicholson. HARVEY.—Mrs. Lily Harvey and Len wish to thank sincerely all kind friends and relations for their expressions of sympathy in the loss of their beloved husband and father; also for letters, cards, telegrams and beautiful floral emblems. Please accept this as a personal , acknowledgment. IBBF.RTSON.—Mrs. James Ibbertson and family wish to thank all kind friends and relatives for le'.ters. cards, telegrams and beautiful floral emblems received. jioASS.— Mr. and Mrs. R. Joass. of Onerahi. wish to thank all those who sent messages of sympathy, wreaths and other floral emblems on the occasion of their recent sad bereavement. Special thanks to the Rev. Ransom. Mrs. Allen. Mrs. Andrews. Mrs. Owen. Mrs. Smith. Mrs. Unitt. Mr. Larcombe, and the boys who acted as bearers. MOOR.—The sisters of the late Anne Moor sincerely thank all relations and friends for their kindness and expressions of sympathy in the recent loss of their dear sister; also for letters, cords and lovely floral emblems received. Please acrept this as a personal acknowledgment. O , SULLIVAN.—Mr. and Mrs. T. O'SuUlvan and family, of Otahuhu. wish to sincerely thank all kind friends for expressions of sympathy in their recent bereavement: special thanks to Mother Agnes and nursing stafl of the Mater Miscricordiae Hospital, also for letters, telegrams, cards and floral emblems received. Plcp.se accept this as a personal acknowledgment. PHILLIPS.—The family ot the late Mrs. B. Phillips sincerely wish to thank all kind friends recent loss: also for cards, telegrams and the many beautiful floral emblems received. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. SEWKLL.—The family of the late William Sewell wish to thank all kind relatives and friends for their many expressions of sympathy in their recent sad loss. STEER.—The family of the late Jessie Steer wish to thank all relatives and friends for their kind expressions of sympathy in the loss of their dear mother; also for letters, cards, telegrams and beautiful floral emblems received. Special thanks to sisters and nurses of Ward 22. Green Lane Hospital. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. STOREY.—Mrs. Dulcic M. Storey desires to sincerely thank i>ll relatives, friends and neighbours for kind expressions of sympathy in her sudden sad bereavement; also for the many letters, cnrcls. telegrams and beautiful floral tributes received, too numerous to answer personally. SpecicJ thanks to members of the Railway and St. John Ambulance. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. VERNON.—The family ot the late Kathleen Vernon wish to thank all kind friends for their expressions of sympathy in the loss of their mother; also for cards, telegrams and floral emblems received. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. YVECH —The family of the late John Wech. of Pohuehue. wish to sincerely thank all kind friends and relatives for their expressions of sympathy in the loss of their dear father; also for letters cards, telegrams and beautiful floral emblems received. Please all accept this as a personal acknowledgment. WHITE.—Mrs. M. White and family wish to sincerely thank all kind friends and relations for their expressions of sympathy in the loss of their loved husband and father: also for letters. cards, telegrams and beautiful floral emblems received. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment.

FUNERAL DIRECTORS DAVIS, N. C, Fun,eral Director and Florist. 292-4 Dominion Rd. Phone 61 -321. Private Chapel. S CAMERON, JOHN, Three Lamps. Ponsonoy.— Phone 26-137. Residence. 18-076. TS COOPER AND CURD, LTD., Pukekohe, Funeral Director. Phone. 15. after_hours U9B 1 _416 TS C. THICKPENNY. Funeral Director. Takapuna. Night Phone 79-302. day phone TB-449. WS4 U. MORRIS, LTD.. Funeral Directors. Devonporf. Private Chapel.—Phone 70-130. WS Karangahape Rd. Pjione 40-689. WS W. MORRISON. Funeral Director. 367. Parnell Rd. Phone 43-7CB (any hour). HS FLORAL EMBLEMS ALL branches floral work, Wreaths. Bouquets etc. Inr.ie's, 19 Park Rd. 43-632 (all hours). HS BRIDAL BOUQUET Artist specialist In flora. Work.—Miss Carnev. 69 Karaneahaoe Rd Rino tfi-nns Nigh' KO-SSO ws MOX UMENTAL MASONS McNAB AND MASOX, 100, SYMONDS STREET, AUCKLAND. And Bridge and Grey Streets. Hamilton. MANUFACTURERS OF MONUMENTAL MASONRY. HS MEMORIALS CLEANED. EXTRA LETTERING ADDED. Inquiries receive prompt attention. R. W. JACOBSEN, 28, Warwick Avenue (ofl Garnet Road), Wcstmpre, W. 2. „ x2l MATRIMONIAL CHRISTIAN LADY of middle age, broad-minded, musical, nice home, desires acquaintance, view marriage, retired Christian Gentleman. Confidential introduction arranged by Miss Stalnton, Box 1351. Auckland. References required. .:! MAN, quiet and respectable, own home, would like to meet Lady. 26-36, used country life, view Matrimony.—Write S. 5972. Star. 21 RETURNED SOLDIER, 39, own home, homeloving, sober habits, like to meet Lady or Widow, 30-34, view matrimony.—S. 6534, Star. . 21 RETURNED SERVICEMAN, 30. plain, homely, good position, wishes meet Quiet, sincere Girl, view Matrimony, who desires home and reliable mate.— Write S. 6382. Star. 11 WIDOW wishes hear of Farmer or Country Man, view friendship and Matrimony.—Genuine 6409. Star. 21 WORKING MAN (23) wishes to meet Young Lady, view matrimony.— Star. 21 YOUNG~~MAN would like to meet Girl, 20-26, fond of outdoor sport, view matrimony.—Write S. 6558, 'Star. 21 17 REW'S CHAMBERS (opp. C.P.O.)—Gerard's Matrimonial Correspondence Club. Interviews free. A FINE YOUNG BACHELOR (Returned Soldier), who has a comfortable home and farm near Auckland seeks through my organisation Introduction to a'nice plain, home-loving Girl who would appreciate home and marriage. This gentleman has given me excellent personal credentials, and any Young Lady interested kindly forward references also. —Miss 'Stainton. Box__l3sl. Auckland. 21 A VERY QUIET Home-loving Lady, widow of middle-age excellent personal references, has requested me <o arrange discreet confidential introduction for her to a Respectable Working Man who would appreciate home, companionship and Matrimony; references required.—Miss Stainton Box 1351. Auckland. x 21 ARE YOU LONELY? — MAKE MORE FRIENDS. Join New Pen Friends' Circle. All ages. View Matrimony. North and South Island Contracts. Confidential. NOrt Annual w MembershU, A Men Sadies .0/ P.O. Box 231. Auckland. 8 YOUR SATISFACTION IS OUR ONLY AIM. wp invite you to consult us concerning your Matr Ton\ i fnion^^ ieS Stri^ r st m p e r?v b a e c r y hiPlS CATHERINE p WALLIS CWRRESPONDBNCB CLUB. «» """ssr^ws^A^sss? , SEKVICE - I wish to make clear to_ persons interested In anv of my individual advertisements in .this column that it is imperative that they forward references as to their personal integrity and be desirous of Membership of my Club before Introduction can be arranged. All correspondence mailsd under nlain seal envelope and is strictly confidential, inquiries welcomed—Miss 21 MISS STAINTON'S INTRODUCTION SERVICE, BOX 1351. ANCKLAND. Life is so complex and the natural craving of the human heart so easily misunderstood that many a lonely soul suffers In silence for the need of this service Miss Stainton is so .fitted to render. LoneJv People YOUNG AND AGED. RICH OR POOR desiring introductions throueh my organisation' write me fulles' particulars of yourself and vnur refnosi. T will help you. My tee. £2 ? in wisince.' AH correspondence unuei plain seal References requa'ei. ■/■

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2 Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 171, 21 July 1945

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