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RIPLET.—KiIIed while prisoner of war, August 17, 1942, Corporal Ron, darling younger son of Mrs. F. 'E. Ripley. 30, Turakina Street, Grey Lynn, aaid loved brother of Harvey; aged 26 years. ;'His life a beautiful memory, His death a silent grief. So dearly loved, so sadly missed. Loved by all who knew him. IN MEMORIAM EDND.— Loving thoughts of Pilot-Officer M. S. T.nnri mlssiiiß July 24, 1941. Three little words, forget-me-not. They don't seem much, but mean a lot. Mum, dad, family. JBANEY, Sergeant-Pilot Jack (N.Z. Spitfire Squadron).—ln loving memory of our dearly loved cousin and uncle, who was killed on air operations over France, July 24, 1941. SCOTT. —In memory of my dear son Corporal William Menzies. 3821, died of wounds. Middle East, July 24. 1942; aged 24 years. Memories of a laddie so dear. Also a loving thought to his comrades who gave their lives that we might live in freedom and ■peace. Their sacrifice was not in vain. Anne Scott. ' SCOTT.—A tribute to the memory of Corporal William Menzies (Bill), First Echelon, died of wounds July 24, 1942; aged 24 years. To live in the hearts of those you loved, dear Bill. Is not to die. Inserted by his loving sisters Hilda, Frances, nieces Heather and wee Carol. SCTCLIFFE.—A tribute of love to the memory of our loved only son and brother Sergeant Wireless-Air Gunner Alex Sutcliffe (R.N.Z.A.F.). killed on air operations July 24, 1942. Middle East. Ever remembered by his mum. dad and listers.

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DEATHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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DEATHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 173, 24 July 1945

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