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BEREAVEMENT THANKS

BOWDEN.—The family of the late Mr.- James Bowden (late N.Z.R.), Grafton, wish to express their very sincere thanks and appreciation to all relations and friends for kind thoughts, letters, telegrams and beautiful floral emblems in their recent 6ad loss of a loving father. Special thanks to Mrs. Mattson. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. BRADLY. —The family of the late Mrs. Harriet Bradly wish to thank sincerely all relatives and friends for letters, cards, telegrams and floral emblems and other deeply appreciated expressions of sympathy extended to them in the loss of their loved mother. Special thanks to , sisters and nurses of V/ard 9, Cornwall Park Hospital. CIIRISTINI.—Miss Amy Christini, 20, Huapai Street, Onehunga, and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Christini, Taupiri, thank all for their expressions of sympathy in their bereavement; also letters, telegrams and cards. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. CONNOR.—J. E. Connor, of Cambridge, B. R. Connor, of Devonport, and Mrs. E. Lambert, of King Edward Street. Mount Eden, desire to thank all relatives and friends for expressions of sympathy in their recent bereavement. Will they please accept this as a personal acknowledgment of the many letters and floral tributes received. COVENTRY.—Mr. R. F. Coventry and Raymond wish to thank all relatives and friends for expressions of sympathy in our recent sad loss; also telegrams and beautiful wreaths received. Special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. Webber. Please accept this as our personal acknowledgment. DRAGER — Mr. L. Drager. of Onehunga, tenders his sincere thanks to all kind friends and relatives for their expressions of sympathy in the loss of his dear wife; also for letters, telegrams and floral tributes received. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment*ELLIOTT. —The wife, brother and sister of the j late Pilot-Officer Mason Ervine Elliott sincerely ! thank all kind, friends, relations and Technical Old Boys' Football Club for their kind expressions of sympathy in the loss of their loved husband and brother; also for letters and beautiful floral tributes received. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. FISCHER.—The family of the late Hon. M. Fischer wish to thank all those who sympathised with them in their sad bereavement; also for the letters, telegrams and floral emblems. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgments FORSYTH. —Mrs. Ada Forsyth, Marie, Noel and Clive wish to sincerely thank the many kind friends and relations for their kind expressions of sympathy in the deep loss of their loved husband and father; also for beautiful floral emblems, letters, cards and telegrams and personal messages received. , HUMBY —Mrs. V. A. Humby and brother (Mr. Bill Humb'v) wish to thank friends, relatives and neighbours* for kind expressions of sympathy in the sad loss of their husband and brother; also letters cards, telegrams and beautiful floial emblems. Special thanks to clergy and under- ! takers. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. JOHNSON Mrs. J. B. Johnson and family wisn to sincerely thank all kind relatives, friends and neighbours for expressions of sympathy in their recent sudden sad bereavement: also for letters, telegrams, cards and beautiful floral emblems. LYNCH. —The family of the late Lydia Lynch desires to thank all relatives and friends who attended the Eosary and Requiem Mass offered for the repose of her soul. MITCHELL. —The relatives of the late John Mitchell Wish to thank all friends and relatives for expressions of loving sympathy in their recent hprpavement: and for letters, telegrams and floral emblems received. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. PAGET. —Mr. and Mrs. P. Ru ® E . u w '» h sincerely thank all friends and neighbours for expressions of sympathy in their recent bereavemint- also for telegrams, cards and flora emblems. Please accept this as a personal acknowledgment. ROSS The daughter and sisters of the late Rarton 'Graham Ross sincerely thank all * rl *nds ?n<s relatives for the kind expressions of sympathy ?,? tie r recent sad loss; alco for letters, cards, in 'heir rece . t . lul fl ora i emblems received. Plea g se Accept this as a personal acknowledgment. citrmaN The family of the late Mr. Edward « orJJJn 'wish to sincerely thank all friends and A- Surman wish J ressions of sympathy neighbours recent bereavement; also for ■^ e ' V ! d cards telegrams and floral emblems, letters, caras, staff o{ carmader.e Hospital, for their devoted and untiring attention. SWINBURNE. —The family of the late Mrs s u aoSnhume wish to very sincerely thank Sarah Ann Swinburn expressions B" -'ationsand neir lov ed mother; aLo for the beautiful floral emblems received. W . 'tssi %*r s c X j°£z s 22s institutions for t a ployed wife and sympathy in the for , the numerous letters devoted mother, ai beautifu i floral tributes and telegram.' J! nks t0 Mr. Millar, matron, received. Special thanks Cornwall Hospital, «efr n kindness 3 to her. Jffi' Mr° Wn ßemiett. Will' you please accept this as a personal arknowledsment.

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BEREAVEMENT THANKS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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BEREAVEMENT THANKS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 183, 4 August 1945

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