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(Date Unknown - July 1, 1952)
The Lusk Herald
July 3, 1952
Sister of Mrs. Panno Dies in California
Mrs. Joe Panno left for San Francisco Tuesday morning upon receiving word of the sudden death of her sister, Mrs. Marie Tomafello, (as published) about 63 years old, early that morning.
Mrs. Panno went by bus to Cheyenne, where she expected to board a plane or a fast train for San Francisco. Funeral services were to be held in that city Thursday.
Jean Panno is in charge of the Flower Nook in the absence of her mother.
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