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. u ° Ju 'y 28, 1945, at St. Clare Williamson Avenue, to Gertrude, -wife of George Aimstrong (overseas), a daughter. Both well. CKKW.--011 July 29, at Harrisville, to Evelyn wife ri^t nCls ' J 1 dau s h 'er. Both weU Thanks to doctor and nursing staff. C^t? R Ekir o Sifi Ul L 29 i at „ Huia Hos Pital. Otahuhu, to iiilsie, wife of A. D. Currie, Papatoetoe a bonny daughter. Both well. paiotioe. a *r Urse T^ D<^ald,s * Westminster Road, to o "i , uy ' o£ Swa nson, a son. Both well. Special thanks to nurse and doctor. J " ly , 29 ' at Pentlands, to Ruby, wife of W. A. Hawkins, a son. Both well. M f; l „ K H^° n ,? U , ly . 28 V, 1945 ' at the Annexe, Auckland Hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. J. s. Muir. 24 2°ii n t?° ■' ~G reen Lane, a daughter. Both well. No visitors for seven days. NOONAN. On July 29. at Ormond, Remuera. to Laurence and Dorothy (nee Bennett), a son. Both well. No visitors for seven days. OrPELT.-On July 29, at St. .Ann's, to Josephine >" e t. Gil ray), wife of Corporal Alfred L. Oppelt (U.S. Army, overseas), a daughter. Both well. No visitors for seven days. PI ? E \T On July 29 - at "Nurse Miller's, Campbell Road, to Thelma, wife of Howard Pike, a daughter. PORTEOUS.—On July 23, at Nurse Porteous', Crummer Road, to Mr. and Mrs. M. Porteous, a bonny daughter. Thanks to nurse and doctor. RI . TC S IE ~9 n . July 29 • at Glamis, Mount Albert, to Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Ritchie (nee Roseman), a bonny son. Both well. WIXDSOR.—OIi July 28, at St. Catherine's, to j an d Mrs. T. C. Windsor (nee Peggy Craig), a daughter. Both well. No visiU>rs for seven days.

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BIRTHS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 178, 30 July 1945

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BIRTHS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 178, 30 July 1945

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