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 - I ! ! j j entry .Mrs. .Mary Schrum. SI. mother...
I ! ! j j entry .Mrs. .Mary Schrum. SI. mother of vtis A. K. Ueatn of N'oeales. died at her home in Venice. Calif., at 2 o'clock Tuesday morning. Mrs. I Ream had been at her tieusiuo me nasi four or five weeks. - P.. H. Zimmerman, principal c t ! the Patagonia High acnool. was (1 j business visitor in the city Tliurs-i lav. Mr. -Zimmerman is leaving 1 Monday to attend the University of : K,....-. r'.-, 1 i fornbi this summer. - ' , gchooi closes today for the annual summer vacation. Former State Senator C. A. rierce and family of Pataironia come to Tucson with his ' ''arles Karns succeeds Alfonso Bachelier as foreman of the water department, and . R. Scott succeeds L. H. Grimes as a member of the police department. Grimes leaving in a few days to follow his uaae as plasterer ut Tucson. L?wis ' Price will devote all his time here- ! after to his new duties as traffic officer. All policemen who have had at least two years' service have been granted an increase in pay of $10 a month. ingitis. Out of in varus in dissected, with brother Kn'fi, from effort to asthmatic Lester, left During his Drenkhahn had ; have left in a motor tour to Kan; -his City, where they will spend the summer. Several Los Angele capitalists me In the Patagonia district looking over the mining situation. Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon for Sotera Vde. tie lleyna. X3. who died Wednesday afternoon. Reciuiem 1 mars was celebrated Wednesday ,.ni t.v Rev. Father Duval, as sisted by four other priests. Burial, in charge 1 t the Carroon mortuary. 00k place in the Nogales cemetery. Mrs. lleyna was the mother of Rev. Francisco Jesus Reyrin. who J: .""'u'.mencenient exercises i of l'at.T-fnia High school hM las' j night in the outer auditorium of 1 the school. Rev. Fred ('. Taylor of the Fniseoiia 1 church of X' gales i affered the invocation ! menceinent head- ind the corn- address was made by Dr. Hvron Citmmimrs. president ot the University of Arizona. Diplomas were presented bv R. H. Zimmerman, principal or the school, to Fidel Valenzuela, Crare Douglas, Vernon Lewis and Klizabeth Fortune. F..1 Hidden slipped and dislocated his left sin ulder while cleaning up the Klks lodge rooms Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. It. Taylor W'ilkoy will leave next week on an auto mobile trip to southern California, Dr. T. I!. Fitts and M. W. Altai- 1 con-. a NC-lS.l a 1 accumulated my I lite- j fer became members of lite Kiwanis club at i hursday s meeting. i n club will hold a "zero hour dinner 1 dance M nday night at Nutti's. ! About 3li visitors from Tucson ! expected to attend. i Thomas Pitts, manager ot the - Southern Arizona Power company. ; was a visitor yesterday to the Dig : Inn mine near Patagonia. ! Mrs. T. (1. Wright and son Cray I are leaving Wednesday to spend a few weeks visiiing relatives in Kansas City, Mo. Hal Chase of Douglas, former big league first baseman, is a visitor in ; Nogales. I Kd Hohlinger. well-known mining i man of the Patagonia district, wns in town today. Viet or J. Wager Is husv getting acquainted with his new duties as proprietor of il,e J. c. Raines Insurance agency, which he recent Iv purchased, Walter Rice of tho Arizona moi-tuary of Tucson, nccimpanied by W. P. Hodgson of Phoenix and C. Kennaugh of Tu-son. drove down to the bonier Wednesday evening, bringing Mr. f loodspeed, who will spend the summer at thfl Charles L. Hardy home on Marsh Heights. Mr. (loodspeed is a health seeger who annually spend his winters in Tiicx' n. Mrs. T. M. Ford. Jo., and Miss Virginia Ryan are enjoying an outing at the Ford cabin in White 'i- . h,1,1" 0"',n u - -door j Huster sonells has joined the n;i' at I'rnnciHcn for three- ! year enlistment, Hceordlng to word i received bore yesterday, 1 Watkin Wood Is leaving in a few Uiays to locate in .Sacramento, Calif i F.rnest Sampson will le;1Ve Sat- tiriiay to spend the summer in Los i Angeles. I P. D. C. Gonzalez is contcmjhtt. ; ing enaaglng in the piultrv busi- i J3s:i-Uj !US8-1.S j ! !M'."i-ro ! j ?r.'0-r,c ! of i the 4 ness on a large scle tit his Santo Xino ranch north of the citv on Tucson road. It was renorto.l yesterday. Among changes made by the- new-city administration taking office Wednesday was the transfer of Joe Javino from the fire department back to h'.s old jib in the water department. Manuel Hanlan succeeds hint' in he fire department. Until 12 By P. P. This home will p. m. to 7:30 p. check for 10 right to reject In addition to bidders will following gifts from One Hundred Dollar Saving Fire Insurance on Home One Loaf of Bread Daily Three Months Free Laundry Four Ice Books-Enough Groceries . . . Three Hundred Free Rides Two Tickets Each Two Tickets Each Three Months Oeaning and Home Decorated With Six Home Portraits (Value Bed and Table Linens Haircuts and Bobs for Six

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  1. Arizona Daily Star,
  2. 04 Jun 1927, Sat,
  3. Page 8

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