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CLARY.—Treasured memories ol my husband, wh^passed A a ri yJuly m 2 y 7. Shts _ Cl a ti^^fr^o ta SS& ol 27 OUr i94 d ! ar E d v a er remembered by Edna. Bert. Gary. Irene, Merle. ESTICH.—In loving' memory ol our dear father, who passed away July 27, 1034. In memory we see him just the same, As long as we livo we will cherish his name: Deep in our hearts he is living yet we inved him too clearly to ever forget. Inserted by his: loving daughter and son-in-law Hazel, aiid John. ESTICH.—In loving memory of our dear father, passed awcy July 27. 1934. Sunshine pnsaeSi shadows fall. Lovlnß memories outlive all. Inserted by his loving daughter and son-in-law Dorothy and Dave. ESTICH.-in loving memory of my dear brother Peter, who passed away July 27. 1934. Ever remembered by his brother Dick. HOLTOM.—In loving memory ol John, who Passed away July 27. 1940; also of Ernest (Tom) Clayton, 25562, N.Z.E.F.. who passed away July l ' Always loving, unselfish and kind tTo h 't'h'l beTt' d ;>r r Go e d qU coui°d ?S?d. TThA h % 5 Harvey? £5. Eona and Olive. JOHNS.-In lovine memory of our dear mother and grandmother Elizabeth Ann. who passed law Joe and Lena, and grandchildren Clarry. Vergie, Evelyn and Hazel. K lo F vfd ß -d^ e a'n S d-li n anrd mC wh r rp^s b e r d a Tway l J^y 27 ui 9 that loved you. will never forget. °JS?. "oracle. Ted. Edna and Joy, Waharoa. . . MANN.-Treasured memories of our dear wife > Snd remembrance. . Inserted by dad. Ted and Rita. PETERSEN.-In loving memory of °" r dear mOt^ r ay an ln Br ?he^ui ll ul U so J m U e 1 wh 2 ere. 1944 - Sheltered from sorrow and pain: When life's journey is. ended, ironed d oy he e r 'tot'lng dwgSter" andl son-in-law Edith a V nd Frank also grandchildren Joy and Geoffrey (overseas). PHELAN.-In loving memory of our dear friend, who passed away July 26. 19*4. Peacefully sleeping, resUne £f, Ti^emem?erWTe e r 0 vTand

PHITuPS.-In loving memory ot our dear gran. SSSSS?o M e: DeepT our Warts 3 she is living ,rt. - W !ov O erafd er re°m O e I d o a ere y d 'aVa?/ b'y We and EHOD n ES.-In loving memory of dear mother, who fell thought. lnser?ed he b a y rt htrSg £ sorßobert. Mary, and grandson Robert Rhodes. _~«,„. who EHODES.-In loving memory ol dear mother, who and .-friend, who passed W* mserted by. J. J^-, ovlng memory of W o?r L d7ar away J D'Jep 27 in 'IS- hearts a memory ?o ?aV n h e ,m We wS ed us«y£« -* — w«e and « GeC' Herbert.-ln tojtfJSSSFI** our dear father and- grandad, *™ v JU l s ;w 2 a 7 yV 1 5 9 0 43 j0!.y. though Kind and content. . ri d SSJaSfffSSSSS w^siatarVjSg*; and erand ' daughters Margaret and Dorotny. BEREAVEMENT THANKS DODD.-Mr. and M«- k D ?f, d, their friends and Ponsonby, wish to thank all «« sym pathy in neighbours for their y fl , their recent bereavement, also and Skf'ti B accept this personal acknowledgment -

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IN MBMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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IN MBMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 176, 27 July 1945

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