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BUTLER.—In loving memory of our dear son and brother Bob, who passed away August, 1939. Ever remembered. Inserted by loving mother, sister Gladys, brother Bill, Elsie and Lionel. BUTLER.—In memory of Bob, who passed away August 5, 19391 Always remembered. . .. Inserted by his sister-in-law and brother, Elsie, Tom and Lily. BUTLER —In loving memory of Bob, who passed away August 5, 1939. Just a memory, fond and true. To show we still think of you. Lil, Ted, Bob and. Hazel Davis. CAMPBELL.—Treasured memories of our beloved mother, called to rest August 5, is*"Always thoughtful, always kind, A beautiful memory left Denind. Peg, Bobbie, Kit. farmichael. —In loving memory of our dear wife and mother, who passed away August- 4, 1942. Sadly missed by her loving husband family. , CARMICHAEL.—In loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed a\ ay August 4, 1942. the day breaks Ever remembered by Mary, Ctom and grandC E^XrT l who°^ef^Ju4i rs d r"o3l lfe Xnserfe V d e V«ghrS son. daughter-In-law and grandchildren. nnrrle DAVlDSON.—Treasured memories of f r ur r k w Inserted "by''her IowSS brother and sister-in-law Len and Myrtle. . _ ifp DOWNES.—In loving memory of o u Inserted family. FLEMING.—In loving memory of dad and Pa, who died August 5. 1944. . Yet again we hope \° "l i e d' Then C ?n 'heaven we hope to /reet^ee; Inserted BUly. Anne and Michael. HARRY.—In loving mem ° l I u gJ st °5 r ' Inserted Glenis. who passed aTO daddy' Darrell and by her loving mummy, daaay. Julienne. JAKICII.—In loving memory Of my d ear 44 . r Marian, who passed Nln mfheart vou° Ire llw'ays near;' I who Ccd yo«. Another year"' Inse^d th b e y rC h?s a Io n v S in a g n br o ther JAKICH, Marian.—ln mem ° ry A ° K ust 5, 1044. . roaVin thought to-day. Inserted e b y Ve hls a devoted friends Mr. and Mrs. E. Cumlch and family.

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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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