lo V ng J T-!; mor y of °" r dear mother HaS,»S m? dtcd , Au « ust 13. 1938. T ™E* $ smiling, always content, A?in a P, d r( wherever she went; Always thoughtful, always kind lnJ?t"»S er £ ul "VH-o 1 * left behind. Inserted by Gladys. Jack and Don. ancPlra^SmS, 1 1 ". 0, ' 7 ot our drar mothe r You n?,» m ' f} w dled Au sust 13. 1938 you often paid we'd miss you. w " ,'L w ords have proved too true; e V y e^^ s d3Ugl, * r Ruby - 60n - F "nfcra N n'd7 n ln lo l lnß mmm * °' ° ur dear ™*<* Inye r m n or^ a we W se°e P > !o 3 u 5ed usTtn a A £ U a 8 m S e "' 1938 ' niL^i 8 ns we '' ive we will treasure you name: weioVf h f nrt! L you aVB llvl "« y^ ai,,° , you to ° dearl y t0 ev er forget. Mcryn J ' s rememborecl b y Elsie, Jack. Esme and FREEMAN.-:,, lovtag memory of mum Happy and smiling, always content, ' "?,? "-'Pectcd wherever she went; Al » a ys thoughtful, always kind, A beautiful memory left behind. Inserted by her ton Bert FEBEMAN.—In loving memory or our dear mother, who passed away August 13. 1938. Sunshine passes, shadows fall, t .!■'"? memories outlive all. law^es^dVhVs 0 ™ 6 £ ° n a,,d da^l «-'"- "KBytes i3 vl ?9,r mory of po,1 ' wh ° passed Always thoughtful, always kind. A beautiful memory left behind. Inserted by her pal Cls. GRIFFITHS.-In loving memory of the dearest AugSst j5 nd lg4 | randmot her. who passed away O. the years passed quickly by. And my eyes grow dim. N lhe memories of you will never fade. Inserted by her lovins son John, and daughtcr-ln-law Amy, and grandchildren. n ')S L ii N -~ In loving memory of our dear father ■*r j d 3 '}' who Passed away at Suva, August Not a day do we forget you, In our hearts you are always near; We who loved you, sadly miss you As it dawns the fourteenth year. Inserted by his loving daughters and son, and spns-in-law and grandchildren. KlLLEY.—Treasured memories of Pat, who passed "ay August 13, 1943. Ever remembered by Marie, John and Gleniee. LEVDON, Mary Annie (Mollie).—ln loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away August 13, 1942. To-day, dear Mollie, I am thinking of you. And all the things we used to do. Just one little word, not hard to write, One I will remember all through lifeIs Mollie. Inserted by her loving husband Jack . LLOYDD.—In treasured memory of my dear uncle Captain William James Lloydd, whom God called to rest August 11. 1941. Tho happy hours we spent together. Axe cherished memories kept lor ever. Inserted by his loving niece Esther King. MATSON.—In loving memory of our dearly beloved husband and father, who passed away August 13, 1942. Ever remembered by his loviiii? wife and family. McCORMICK.—In loving memory of dear wife and mother, who passed away August 13, 1942. With tender love and deep regret. We who love you never forget. Ever remembered by her husband and daughter Mona. McCORMICK.—In loving memory of my dear mother and gran, who passed away August 13, 1942. Always remembered. Inserted by her loving son .Keith and family. KOLA.—In fond and loving memory of my dear wife Jane, who passed away August 13, 1936. U posmjehin Ilea moga, Osjecaja sada nlje, Sa koju su zarkl bill, NJti sad crna.zemlja krijc , Bez Tebe sam ja csamljen, Sad Jedino bpedi sliuzlm, Sretan samo tadou Bog mas opet kada zdruzl. Ever remembered by her loving husband Frank. NOLA.—In loving memory of our dearest mother, Dok Una vjecnost snlvas, Nasa te molltva pratl, Zaboravlt necemo nlgda, Nasu dragu 1 premilu Matl. Always remembered by her loving children Ivy, Olga, Mary, Elsie, Nada, Frank, Dalma. O'BRIEN.—In loving memory of our dear mother, passed away August 12, 1941. R.I.P. Always remembered. Inserted by her sorrowing family. SAGE.—Iβ loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away August 13, 1943. A beautiful memory dearer than gold, A mother whose worth can never be told; A loving smile, a happy face, A broken link wo 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 lelt behind. Always remembered by her loving daughter Jean, son-in-law Jim, and wee Jeanette.i SAGE.—In loving memory of my beloved sister Jean, who passed away at Auckland August 13. 1543. Always remembered by her loving sister Helen Greenfield. SANFORD.—In loving memory of my dear friend Maria, who passed away August, 13, 1930. Ever remembered. N. Ahlers. SKINNER.—In loving memory of our dear husband and father, who passed away August 13. 1944. You have gone from this world of sorrow. Free from all sorrow and pain; The troubles and trials you so p&tlently bore, Will never disturb you again, Days of suffering, nights of pain, Waiting for cure, but all In vain; For God Who knew It best. Called him home to a well earned rest. Ever remembered by his loving wife and family. SKINNER. —In loving memory of our dear dad. who passed away August 13. 1944. Peacefully sleeping, resting at last. Life's weary trials and sorrows all past; In silence he suffered, in patience he bore. Till God called htm home to suffer no more. Always remembered by his lovingr daughter and son-in-law Mavis and George. SKINNER.—In loving memory of dear dad. who passed away August 13, 1044. Passed all suffering, free from pain. We'll cease to weep for tears are vain; God in His wisdom knoweth best. Our loving dad has gone to rest. Ever remembered by his loving daughter and son-in-law Irene and Eric Thomas. TIMMINS, PETTY.—Treasured memories of my dad and Hughle. reunited in our heavenly home, 11 years ago to-day, Aueust I*. No morning breaks, no nlsht returns. But I remember them. Inserted by Cath. WILLIAMS.—In loving memory of our dear son Dickie, who passed away on August 11, 1935. To have, to love and then to part. Is the saddest story of a human heart. Ever remembered by his daddy, mummy, and Uncle Tom, Kenny Street, Waihi. WILLIAMS.—In loving memory of Dickie, who passed away on August 11, 1935. Deep In my heart a memory is kept, Of one I loved and will never forget.
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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945
IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 190, 13 August 1945
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