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IN MEMORIAM

?S^ r ß^;~ In fon d memory of my dear husband Passed away August 1, 1943. It g , years can never change. My thoughts of you so dear; *ond memories linger every day, Kemembrance keeps you near. Ever remembered by his loving wife. lovin S memory of my dear husband, who passed away August 1. 1943. Hosting where no shadows fall. In perfect peace he awaits us all. t„„„ . j u °, memory ever dear. Insei .ed by his loving wife Janet. lovin . B mem °ry of our dear dad, wno passed away August 1, 1943. in memory a constant thought, ~ heart a silent sorrow. oaajy missed by his loving son Bob (overseas), and uaughter-in-law Zeta. RI rS5 A . N ?*~" In lovin 8 memory of our dearly loved cad, who passed away August 1, 1943. we stood beside his bedside. We heard his last faint sigh; atc hed him close his weary eyes, c couldn't say good-bye. onrfo ? nis Ised1 sed J?*' his loving daughter Jean, and son-in-law Ross. EI ®° VNS -—Treasured memories of .our dear dad, who passed away August 1, 1943. Passed all suffering, free from pain, we 11 cease to weep, for tears arc vain; God in His wisdom, knoweth best, Our loving father has gone to rest. Sadly missed by his loving daughter Barbara, and son-in-law Arthur, and we Toby. RIG i, GANS * — In lovin £ memory of our dear dad, who passed peacefully away August 1, 1943. He bade no one a last farewell, He said good-bye to none; The heavenly gate just opened wide. And a Gentle Voice said. "Come." Ever remembered by his loving daughter Peggy, and son-in-law Herbie (overseas). RTGGANS.—In affectionate memory of a dear friend "Pop." who passed away August 1. 1943. Inserted by Tom. R \9 GA rM S *~ ln lovin £ memory of our dear friend Mr. Riggans. who passed away August 1. 1943. Always smiling, always content. Loved and rcspected wherever he went. Remembered always by mum and dad Brien. i Thomas.—ln loving memory of our loving father, who died August 1, 1944; also our loving mother, died November 1, 1930; and cur dear sister Emma, died May 3, 1920. They thrT have left us, for reasons known to God alone. We treasure Uieir memories, and will love and ! remember them always. Inserted by their loving family, Dick (Awanui), Gertrude. Ethel. Violet. Walter and Clyde (Auckland), and loving grandchildren. ST. PAUL.—Treasured memories of my dearly loved husband John Ernest (Jack), who passed away August 1, 1943. R.I.P. A wonderful husband, . only lent. One of the best God ever sent; A cheery smile, a heart of gold. The dearest husband this world could hold. In memory's keeping, treasured ever. Are the happy years we spent together. Inserted by his loving wife Ciss.

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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 180, 1 August 1945

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