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I Q H cl 1939, in tenth grade.
gQE9XnSmith--Entered TQCSGH IHdi8N 9C10u s , I - .
11152 0-here omsii induction into Service, May, 1943: Wwklnpa
new in hospital at Government Indian School in Phoenixt, n
-E r' smith--Entered r Tucson Indian yee1woi,li940S graduated bl?-Sh'
'uunnu' '- F'w' " I mrfining School from
' school, 1942.' Attended -Cock christian ipa v I
' A ' V W 'ed Eleanor Thompson,
which he will graduate in 1990. marflppp 4'
1942. In eervice.' i ' I I ' i n n
Eleanor Thompgope-Entered 'Tucson Indian School in 1931 in primary
1.v grade.i Comp1eted1 ninth fgrade, 19415 attended 'Phoenix Union
High School '41 and '42, imarried Rogert Smith in, summer of
1942. I I . p I I ,W ,p. A , Z Lis: V V
QarparaHMgnde5--Entered Tucson Indian School, 1939, in fifth grade.
M - I out '- P . 1f4'. Attended U. of A. over
Graduated Tucson Indian ochool, 2 K U
a year., -' :Q p
Beal Enos--Graduated from eighth grade, Tucson Indian School, 1941.
- Graduated from high School, Tucson Indian School, 1948.
n In service '44-'46. I ' '
Information from one of last year's students,
.the fermerwE11en Williams
A member Yof- last. 'ear'S class the former Ellen Williams
writes: . ,A
uAfter returning to California after school I
obtained a job working as a nurse's aide in a hospital.
I found the work quite interesting, since becoming a
nurse was one of my highest hopes at one time. ,
' HE1len Williams Garcia
221 Seuth J St.
Ellen gives us the interesting information that she was
married in October and is now living in her home town. X
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Notes on cone of one Alumni Nno have laid good oyigkg ln
our founoeoicn ono on whose scaffolding we arg gtill
James Hill--Entered Tucson Indian School in fifth gfnde in 1923 -
Graduated eighth grade, 1928. Graduated from Phoenix Indiagq
School, 1931 end from Cook Christian Training School, 1Q48.
Advanced from ?l?Ch Rider for UT 5, Indian Irrigetion Service
to Director Religions Lducdiion in Seceton and five nearby Pima
Esau Qgggggm-Graduated eighth grade Tucson Indian School 19215 from
Phoenix Indian School, 19245 from Cook Christian Training
School, 1930, Ordained to ministry April 19, 1942. Pastor
First Preebyierien Charon, Enonton, Ordained minister and
noted Indian evangolioto
Edmund Ne1eonHuEntered Tucson Indian School, 1934, Graduated from
High School, 1942, Erndnnto of Cook Christian Training School,
194?. Pastor et Salt River Indian Church. Attending Tempe
Staie Teachers? Colleges ' '
Roe E. Lewig-,Entered Tucson lndinn School, 1923, Graduated from
eighth gfnde, 1929. Entered Tucson High. School and graduated,
19333 ALLended U. of An and Tengo Etnze Teachers' College,
Ereduaging ffom Tempo, 1929, Graduate of San Francisco Tneolom
d .. .. . . ' ' 1 -1 , ,'. ' ., .V Al '7
gical ggmingpy? 1741, Ordnineo to minieozy, October, 194,o
Pastor of vahlki presbygeyian Church, Bapchuie, Arizona, and
other cnnpele. 'A V QAM T P
Wallace Miguelewnitended Tucson Indian bonool, 124Om1,e5.C indnooeg
M o"' '?hW1"hS:"' c'A1 'coco N - . . -m,1 U- . -.nd Y ' . ' '. 1 ' . X
intg Mayiue bervicew Attending ?noeniA onion dig? ochoo an
vg', ernduotc in 1049, Married Lois Thompson?
N'i C I ' Ol ' d ride
H ,--- -- L ,.,.1 'T' 'X . 1. 'YI S+'-'Z '1 f - 'G
I Lois inomnsonmwinaereo Tone n 1LGJaU bbh0bla 1-J3f L D 1C+G1. 5 ' ,H
u'Umm7m'T"T', . T.. 1,,,N1 ,wo,f me'f -ovnef lvl rninine 1
Grnoueneo from hzgn Lcnooi, iydyo look oonnczo dL'u1 +Wd idea
.x . ., ,A H-z 7 F. ., . ,H lf C .J .. Ji, :L ' .. L f- ,L r. .2
Toceono Rmpioyoo H1 Selle indm n HACLCJQ Wafrlec '
' - Miguel, July 7, 19450 I N , F, - p .
Eliza Antone-wEniered Tucson, indian school? 26P3f??6ZdL5 59325 in
, - V'-Z: Q- ,, ,. ,5A': '3 1 -LT ' , rg -e
eighth gradeo Grnounted high MLMMUAP Lf4N,- I JS nd is
' '2, .. . , .,oon4Q1 1 'n, 5 'neon a '
M1942elOi5c Graduated Cox Comme,,1ni Lollogov U Q W,
! 'J if 1 , . ei R' ,. T., af. .got QR! ,, 5E3C1"6'iLEitI'y 'UO Fill" 0 L3-dd 9
' if-iolv 6fYlp.LCyefQl 21.4.1 .:....1R.x..L.rw1 'U If -f' mv J, vohnn-S P hfprdez
Superintendent of Pnpago Hosorvf11OHZ LMdfTiel9i7 ig Mggventh
- 1 -an .. - vvff 3 J- rt " CJ C' 0 M ..f '
Johnnie Mendoza-nnicred Tucson Income M J iv 1 i ,. T '
--wewmwwmmwmf , . ,,1X lG3Q Attendee Seiiord vunlof
o' f 1, V 11,5-31' E753 .'r'if1.Y3'f3lfI U1 viii' If 1' -' 0 "
Urn e. wbJLJff Q - H o 31' Artone October 23,
High and Snermen Instituto, Mnrvieo B 123 f H V
C, M-. x.. .. .1 I --
19430 ffl '- Y' d rode
1 f - 1 ,1 ,.,-V b ,, ,,..f- 'E - "R F- 511091 l"'e!1Z.f'. ln lt' g CA
Alfred Garciamwintereo Tdoson lndwao Dbl f 9 in 9 -.- ,1 r des
-m--u--- , , qu nfl: TQQK tgnun, elevonbh SPH
and completed Hlfih S?Hd5 on Ljdf' 1 1 elf+k Wfnde et Perkef.
. X ,,, efufi-1' 'w,n UL 3+ V W M "
9+ Tucson Hion School and llhlbhfl ' 1, T t M Nkpll
AV. ' M . U .4 1 AP -so ei Pnoen1Xf Elnlghed 3 nab "
,Ariz V Loon commercial oour:o 5 L,o De t
T - V.,G,w ?Q now Clerk o can p .,
Instituto, LHWTGNC6s AJVQAQ' "
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, FAMILIES AND REBERVATJON HERITAGE
fzr, As the ears have co A -M .. it T ,.w
mari, y me and gene tneze have been many wha have
"': M s ' ' ' ' , , VL '32 , i I Cr- , ,' , V
I. " . A 'A N ' . I' ' ', V - V A Ju.
.mar gone out from ucsen Indian Sohool leaving behind many memor1ESha
qgm, Among those who have reaehedq their goal are Rey5,R0e.B1ain5
:Q l. :Hs 11- A I
Lewis, the first ordained minister with full aeminapykwopkg among
'.. . 1 X- '. ' I I
A T . the Plmas. He ist now among hie tribe helping ithem build On the
solid foundation of Jesus ChrietQf Others in the building gf thig
foundation are Rev. Esau Joseph and Edmund Neleon.fQ-
There are many others in different eccupationag'TChildren of
former students are Qnow attending, our eehoolQ: Manyi of them will
probably reach the.goale they have Set for themselves. The charac-
teristics of the students -show much reservation heritage, and as
they go out they leave behind an, influence which enrishes the
Sghggl, and We tyugt thgy carry with thQm QB influence to enrich
the reservation. ' Mfr fy
So with the love of our parents and our trust in'God we build
on to a firmer foundation:
nOur hope ie built on nything less
Than Jesus blood ann righteousness.
1 .,1f,f'w . , .
V1 n 1f3UfAW':
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