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IN MEMORIAM

DAVIS (Fred).—ln loving memory of my dear husband and father, who passed away August 14, 1944. Happy and smiling, always content, Loved and respected wherever he went: Always thoughtful, always kind, A beautiful memory left behind. Inserted by his loving wife, and sons Graeme and George. DAVIS. —In loving memory of my dear son Fred, who passed away August 14, 1944. Only a prayer, dear Fred, for you. Only a memory fond and true; Unseen by the world you stand by my side. And whisper, dear mother, death does not divide. •Sadly missed. Inserted by his loving mother. DAVIS. —In loving memory of our dear brother Fred, who passed away August 14, 1944. For ever iin our thoughts. Sadly missed. Inserted by his loving brother and sister-in-law George, May and family. DAVIS.—In loving memory of our dear brother Frea, who passed away August 14, 1944. To memory ever dear. Sadly missed. Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law Floss, Len and family. DAVIS.—In loving memory of our dear brother Fred, who passed away August 14, 1944. A loving brother and pal. Sadly missed. Inserted by his loving sister and brother-in-law Vic, Ernie and family. DAVIS.—In fond and loving memory of my dear brother Fred, who passed away August 14, 1944. Treasured memories, fond and true, ■Will always remain, dear Fred, of you. Sadiy missed by his loving sister Emmie. GRIFFITHS.—In loving memory of my dear mother, who passed away on August 12. 1943. Sweetly, dear mother, you're sleeping, Free from all sorrow and pain; When life's Journey is over, I know we shall meet again. Inserted by her loving daughter Lix. JOHNSTON.—In treasured memory of our dear father James Graham, died result .accident motor cycle, August 14, 1932. A thought for to-day, A memory for ever. Inserted by his loving children Len. Grace, Mavis and Frank. JONES. —In loving memory of our dear wife and mother Melba Muriel, passed away at the Whakatane Hospital. August 14. 1944. Calm and peaceful she is sleeping, Sweetest rest has followed pain; Free from all her earthly troubles, Waiting till we meet again. • Inserted by her loving husband Alfred, and children Nessie, Shirley. Lloyd, Patricia and David. JONES. A tribute of remembrance to my dear sister Melba, who died August 14, 1944. Calm and peaceful she is sleeping. Sweetest rest has followed pain; Free from all earthly troubles. Waiting till we meet again. Inserted by her loving sister Floss, and nieces. JONES.—In loving remembrance of our dear sister and Aunt Melba, who passed away at the Whakatane Hospital, August 14, 1944. ' The happy hours we spent together, Are cherished memories kept for ever. Ever remembered by E*een and Ernest, nieces Molly and Betty. JONES.—In loving memory of our dear sister Melba. who passed away August 14. 1844. Ever remembered.

Doff and Bob. LANCASTER.—In loving memory of my dear lather, who passed away August 14, ■ Ever remembered. Inserted by Bert and Joan. McFADDEN Margaret.—ln loving memory of mTter who died August 14. 1913. Inserted by her ever remembering family. McFADDEN.—In loving. memory of our dear friend, who passed away August 14 1943. Ever remembered by Ivy. Roy and family. McKEBKOW.- In loving memory of my husband, who passed away August 14, 184 J. Happy and smiling, always content,. Loved and respected wherever he went, Always thoughKul, always kind, A beautiful memory left behind. Sadly missed by his loving wife. MOORE.—In loving memory or my dear husband Edward, who died August 14 1942. Loving and true in all his ways Upright and just to the end of his days. Ready to help in the time of need. Loving in thought and kind in deed. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept. We who loved him will never forget, Inserted by his loving wife Marge, Joe and Josle. • .-. MOORE.-In loving memory of ourd ear dad. called to rest three years a«o tt>-day. in-law Alma. PHILF.-In loving memory of my dear husband, who passed away August 14. 1841. A beautiful memory, fond and true, Will ever remain, dear Jack, of you. Inserted by his loving wife.

SAGE.-In fond remembrance of Mrs. Sage, who fell asleep August 13, 1943. Away In the beautUul somewhere. Sheltered from sorrow and pam. Peacefully sleeping, resting at last, Life's weary trials and sorrows an paa. In silence she sufTered in patience sne . Till God called her home «> f" ner n " Lovingly remembered by Joan. SPARKES.-In loving memory of our dear mother, Eoland. STENNING.-In loving 'gg^gSStSFti^S lw d ee! r is nd t f h a e th ;pot W wne f r e e 1 oufJ J33 * laid ' iV-4Ser°w,^. In-law Sam and granddaughter Jean. 6TENNING.-In loving memory of our dear father. died August 14, 1939. ..„,,-_- fall . Resting where no shadows Ull. In perfect Peace he awaits ■»£„• Inserted by Fred, Lillian and family. STENNING.-In loving memory of our dear father, who passed away August M. }?■>»■ inserted by and son-ln-law Gladys and Horace. BEREAVEMENT THANKS CUMMINGS.-Mr. J. Cummings and famly wish to thank all relatives and frlenns t(j]eß expressions of sympathy, letters, recent sa6 and floral emblems received In tn pcrson al bereavement. Please accept tnis acknowledgment. Rutherford wishes to RUTHERFORD.-Mrs. Buwerio dSi thank all relatives and friends lor . Jn „ telegrams and floral this as a recent bereavement. Please impersonal acknowledgment. family desire THTJRLOW.-Mrs. H. Thurlow and *aW fte „ to thank all kind friends and "»« recent Bad kind expression of sy m P a i h t y t .„ cards and floral loss; also for telegrams, letters, =» Nurse emblems received. ■Sgecl* 1 tnanwt Haiean. and Mr. and Mrs. A. *w

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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 191, 14 August 1945

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