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IN MEMORIAM

BLOCKLEY.—In loving memory of Fred, who died August 17, 1943. Ever remembered by Arthur and granddaughter Raye. BLOCKLEY.—In loving memory of Pop, who died August 17, 1943. Never forgotten by Mam Gavan. BOOTH.—In fond and loving memory of our dear sister, passed away August 16, 1937. She was a companion truly good, A pal both staunch and true; A better sister never lived, Her equals were but few. Inserted by Ethel and family. BOOTH.—In loving memory of our dear mother, who passed away August 16, 1938. Ever remembered by his sons and daughters Bill, Arthur, Myrtle and Mamie. CROOKALL.—In loving remembrance of our dear wife and mother, who passed away August 16, 1929.

Ever remembered. Inserted by her devoted husband and family. DONALDSON (Donny).—ln loving memory of our dear mother and grandmother, who passed away August 16, 1939. We will always remember. Freddy, Gladys and grandchildren, also Mrs. Roach. DONALDSON.—In fond memory of Ellen (Donnie), who passed away August 16, 1939. In memory's keeping, treasured ever. Are the happy days we spent together. Inserted by H. and R. Morris and family. ESDALE.—In fond remembrance of our mother, who passed away August 16, 1921. Always in our hearts. Rose, Doreen, Val. McCLYMONT.—In loving memory of my dear mother, fell asleep August 16, 1944. For awhile the tired body lies with feet toward the morn, • , Till the last glad resurrection day be born. Inserted by her loving daughter Mrs. Burns. NEAL.—In loving memory of dear dad, who passed away August 16, 1943. Deep in our hearts a memory is kept. Of you, dear dad, and will never forget. Remembered by his son Roy, and teußnter-in-law Jill, and grandchildren, Alfred, Ernie and Helene. NEAL.—In loving memory of dear dad, who passed away August 16, 1943. God saw that he was ailing, And the hill was hard to climb; So he closed his weary eyes, §f And whispered, "Peace be thine. Inserted by his loving daughter, son-in-law, grandson, Jean, Tom and Noel. NEAL.—In loving memory of dad and grandfather, died August 16, 1943. To have him the same old way. Would be our dearest wish to-day,. Inserted by Arch, Ivy, Trevor and Doris. ; NEAL.—Treasured and fond memories of my father-in-law and grandfather William, who departed this life August 16, 1943. You have gone from this world of sorrow. Free from all sorrow and pain; The troubles and trials you so patiently 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. _ Always remembered by his so £~ in J J and grandchildren Gladys, Frank, Jack and Adelaide. SMITH.—In loving memory of mother, wno passed away August 15. . Deep in my heart a memory 's kept, Of one I loved and will never forg?t. Inserted by her loving daughter and son in law Mabel and Mick. TBIBBLE.—In loving memory of my dear husband Alan, who passed away August 16, 1944. A beautiful memory, fond and true. Will ever remain, dear Alan, of you. Inserted by his loving wife. TBIBBLE—In loving memory of our dear father and grandad, wlft passed away on August 16* 1944 • , Ever remembered. Inserted by Alan, Hazel and John. TBIBBLE.—In loving memory of our dear father and grandfather, who passed August 16, urn. A loved one always remembered. Inserted by Nola, John and wee Garry.

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IN MEMORIAM, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 193, 16 August 1945

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IN MEMORIAM Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 193, 16 August 1945

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