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ROSE SLAVEN CALLED AT SAN MATEO

Word has been received here of the death of Miss Rose Slaven, youngest daughter of the late Michael and Bridget Slaven, of Zamora. Death occurred at midnight Thursday in San Mateo, where the young woman has been spending the past six months with her sisters, the Misses Margaret and Eleanor, who are nurses employed in San Francisco.

Two years ago Miss Slaven was very ill with influenza. It left her in a weakened condition and she has been in poor health ever since. Six months ago she left Woodland to reside with her sisters at San Mateo, believing that perhaps the change of climate would be beneficial.

She was a native of Zamora, born in 1894, and was therefore 31 years of age.

Rose Slaven is survived by two brothers, Bernard of Woodland and John of Zamora, and four sisters, Mary and Anne, of Woodland, and Margaret and Eleanor, who are residing in San Mateo, but engaged in nursing in San Francisco.

The body will arrive tonight and will be taken charge of by the Krellenberg company. The funeral will be held Monday morning from the Catholic church at an hour to be announced later.

Woodland (California) Daily Democrat, February 20, 1925.