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Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945
IN MEMOKIAM lo ';' inK memory of our dearly this 1 ife Jufy 2 a 9 nd l£3 nCle R I ? 0 ! 3h - Wh ° dCPartCd Days of suffering, nights of pain, i-,5 01 ", ng for a cure ' bl " a" in vain; r? i? S ne ho kne w it best. "? hftme for 8 we » earned rest. i . ' Brant unto him, o Lord, Perpetual light shine upon him. TWril r ™embe-ed always by his loving sister Dome, brother Tom. and niece Pat. tthn E fJn N ",7T ln memo "y of wee Allan, ™ asleep July 28. 1943. Oh just to kiss his dear wee face. a J l , s ? e " is charming smile; And to hold him in my arms again. Just for a little while. Remembered by his mummy and daddy. H whn E fJn X *T Trea f u , red mFm °ries of wee Allan, who fell asleep July 28. 1943. God's greatest gift, remembrance. Always remembered by the Newson family. H July lN 2B°?9« ln '° Ving mcmory of Jim - died J™ our & ar den of memories, We see him every day. Inserted by the John family. HOMAN.—in loving memory of our dear mother, passed away July 29, 1932. A loving pal, never to be forgotten. Inserted by her loving daughters and sons-in-law Maud. Sadie. Bert and Bill. HOWLETT.—In loving memory of dear mother, who passed away July 28, 1936. With farewells left unspoken. She quietly passed away. Laurie, Kath and late Gunner Wilf. JACK.—-In loving memory of my dear mother and grandmother, passed away July 28, 1944 A beautiful memory, - dearer than gold. A mother whose worth can never be told; A loving smile, a happy face. A broken link we can never replace. * A beautiful life, full of kindly deeds. A helpful hand to those in need; Always so loving, unselfish and kind. What a beautiful memory she has left behind. .Always remembered by her loving daughter Stella, and son-in-law. apd grandson Kenneth JACK.—In loving memory of dear mother and grandma, who passed away July 28, 1944. We who loved you, sadly miss you. In our thoughts you're always near; In our hearts we yearn for thee. As it dawns the first sad year. Inserted by Connie and Cherie. JACK.—In loving memory# of my dear Auntie Rose. Ever remembered by Daphne. LUNNON.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away July 29, 1944. Calm and peaceful, she is sleeping. Sweetest rest has followed pain; Free from all her earthly troubles. Waiting till we me aEain. Inserted by her loving daughter Minnie, son-in-law Reg, and son Frank. MARSH.—In loving memory ot our dear mother, who passed away July 29, 1938. Ever remembered. Thel and Jack. MARSH.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away July 29, 1938. Till memory fades and life departs. You'll live for ever in our hearts. laurel and Ern. MARSH. —In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away July 29, 1938. Loved and remembered always. Joyce and Arthur. MERRICK.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandma, who passed away July 28. 1941. Ever remembered and not forgotten by her loving daughter Annie, and grandchildren. MERRICK.—In loving memory of our dear friend Mrs. Merrick, passed away July 28, 1941. No day dawns, no night returns, But we remember you. Inserted by Mr. and Mrs. Tanner. MOLLOY.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father Johnny, who passed away July 29, 1938. R.I.P. We did not know your worth, dear dad, Until you were called away; To claim your heavenly throne above, And wait in perfect peace for the ones you love. Inserted by his loving wife and family. MORRISON. —In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed through the golden gate one year ago to-day. Until we meet again. Sadly missed by her loving son Jack, Hazel, and grandchildren Dawn and Maureen. MORRISON. —A memory of dear mother, who left us so that she could be with John, July 29, 1944. Who knows the silent heartache. Only those can say, Who have lost a mother dear, Without a last farewell. Tom and Billie. MORRISON.—In loving memory of our dear nana, who died July 29, 1944. Sunlight passes, shadows fall, >. Loving memory outlasts all. Remembered by her grandsons Douglas and Tommy. ROLFE.—
Dear Ken—Age cannot weary thee. Where you lie at rest; And at the rising and setting of the sun, 6 We shall remember thee. Mother and Connie. SCEATS.—In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away July 28. 1944. Sunshine passes, shadows fall, Loving memories outlive all. Inserted by his loving daughters Mavis and Joan. SCEATS. —Treasured memories of Frank, departed iluly 28, 1944. Blacksmiths Staff, Otahuhu, ; N.Z.R. WHITEHEAD. —In loving memory of Thomas, who passed away July 29, 1944. Ever remembered, sadly missed. Inserted by his loving wife. WHITEHEAD. —In memory of our dad ana grandad, who passed away July 29. We who loved you, sadly miss you, As it dawns the first sad year. Inserted by his daughter Lillian. Harold. Rita and June , . WHITEHEAD.—In memory of dad and grandad, who fell asleep July 29. A cheery smile, and kindly ways. The pal I had in bygone days—my dad. Inserted by his daughter Lizzie, Norman, Mollie and Norman, junior WHITEHEAD.—In loving memory of our dear dad and grandad, who passed away July 29, 1944. Ever remembered by Harriett, Ted, Lillian and VVHl'imVead —In loving memory of our dear grandfather, who passed away July 29. 1944. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept. Ol* one we loved and will never forget. Ever remembered by Rona, and great-grand-daughter Glenda. Will * AD.— fondest memories of our dear father and grandfather, who passed away July 29 1944 Sunshine passes, shadows fall. Loving memories outlive all. Ever remembered by Mary, Betty and Bill. WHITEHEAD. —In loving memory of our brother-In-law and uncle Tom who Passed away July 29, 1944. Bertha, Albert. Annice. Bert and families. WILSON.—In loving memory of my only darling daughter Alice, who passca away July 28, 1941. Her hair as fair as the golden sun. Her eyes as blue as Godis sky; Her smile the sweetest thing on earth. She died —we wonder why? Inserted by her loving father, mother and only little son Donald, brothers Jack and Barry. iviLSON. —Sacred to the memory of Alice, ho passed through the little white gate four years ago to & -day. haU shjne )n her beauty> Bright gem for His crown. Inserted by Elizabeth Kyle. WILSON. —Fondest memories of n?y beloved cousin Alice, died July 28, 1941. Always remembered. Joan. BEREAVEMENT THANKS ADDISON —Mrs. C. Addison and family 'sh to thank relations, friends and neighbours who in various tfays by telegrams, letters, cards and flnmi tributes and in person expiessed their with them in their recent sad loss. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. \ | nFRTON —Mrs. R. A. Alderton wishes to sincerely thank all relatives, friends and neighhrrnrc for kind expressions of sympathy in hei sudden sad bereavement; also for letters, cards Ems and floral emblems received. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. -vnrRSON I would like to extend my sincere thanks to doctors™ sisters and, nurses of War m Public Hospital, for their kind attention to 2 ' il o u-ifp in lier long illness; to relations, h friends for cards, telegrams and all expressions of goodwill and sympathy I extend my heartfelt and sincere thanks. S. C. Anderson assfi STINE—Mrs. Asselstine, Arthur and I°' la «.uh to thank all those who sent telegrams cards, letters and floral tributes in their late bereaventTFMAV The sisters, brothers an.d relatives of ihe la'to EdTth Alice Bateman wish to thank floral tributes. rtvfs —Mrs A D. Bines and family, of Green i to thanjs all relations, friends Lane, sincerely *v»o p-rpat svmpathy shown a , nd n ?i Sh .h° e Ur ?oss of their beloved husband and father- also for all the beautiful floral emblems letters' cards and te^r, ™ Vem in their hp - ve f Snecia? thanks to Mr. Vernon Onith if'war n Andrew-s in our hour of need. PlMse accept this as a personal acknowledgment BURROWS -Sir. jr. R. Bungws. Haslett of 12. Sale S'i Fr the great the "loss of g a f eV e°^e^ U s Sba ?e d «e?r cfrd.'" .'JS telegrams reSd all of -hlch have the greatest comfort to herein Rg A and Lodge? Please accept this as a personal acknowof 19 sr&js ssss bours, waterside workers Qf theJr for expressions of sympat) y fQr lettersi cards, tete&ams"and beautiful fl^^f^^vle'dgment: &7' 'JOksT "I* Sa 'T£ Ernest Oliver Evans. relatives and»friends their heartfelt thanks when thelr de arly loved for J he i r iSd father was called home to be with Sl' S? 'S^aJ£l GRACE. —The brothers and sis.:er of John Peter Grace (Hone 'relatives and Wellington, cards, telegrams and floral friends for letters. ™ . recent s ad bereavementemSpiease accept this as a personal acknowledgment. _ _ o'Leary and Mr. E. J. HAMLET.— Mrs. P.- thgir sincere thanks to Hamlet wish to exten their kindly expresall reiatives and firiend recent Iqss Qf the £ sions of sjmpathy conveyed through loved mother the cona an(J flora] tribut „ many letters tel a ß ppr d p , ease accept [his as a personal acknowleagment.
Page 1 Advertisements Column 2, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 177, 28 July 1945
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