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THE NAVAJO TIMES
Page 6 3*' f &tjgL '\ MRS. EVANGELINE WYACO, who has worked as a sales clerk at the Lupton Trading Post for the last ten years, is now working for the Navajo tribe under Charles Good luck in the Treasurer's office. She says siie is very thankful for the opportunity that has been bestowed upon her. MRS. WYACO is Navajo and is married to a Zuni man. They have spur wonderful children and are now living in Lupton, Ari zona. Her former education was obtained at Draughon’s Business College in Albuquerque, New Mex ico. Crownpoint Club Meets The Crownpoint Home Demon stration Club met at the home of Mrs. Eloi.se Crane Thursday af ternoon, November 2i. After Mrs. Orpha Filackhawk, vice president i.f the clu! , onducted the business meeting, Mrs. Tliel .ia Mather, Home Demonstration Agent for Me Kin ley C ounty, de monst rated die making of Quick Trick I ruit ake, English Wassail Punchbowl drink, and several very attractive and inexpensive Christmas deco rations. Attending the meeting were Mrs. Leine Williams, Mrs. Ruth Hammer, Mrs. Nancy kaebnick, Mrs. Orpha Blackhawk, Mrs. Elo ise Crane, Mrs. Alma Janes, and Mrs. Brenda Travis. The next meeting, featuring a specail Christmas program, will be held at the home of Mrs. Leine Williams, near the Crownpoint Boarding School, on Thursday af ternoon, iX'cember 12, at 1:30. All ladies are cordially invited to attend. If your social security check is ever lost or stolen Lx* sure to notify your nearest social security office at once. This will help to expedite the investigation so a replacement check can be sent to you. Chicken Shack Drive-In —SPECIAL Mon. Hot Dog & 10$ drink for ..19$ Tues. STEAK FINGERS 79$ Wed. 1/2 Fried Chicken 99$ Thurs. TACOS 10 for SI.OO Fri. Fried Shrimp . . .85$ -Across from Safeway - 719 W. Main Farmington December 5, 1963 Open House Is Success The afternoon of November 15th Shiprock Boarding School celebra ted American Education Week. Stu dents wrote letters to their parents and dignitaries in the B. I. A. inviting them to attend open house. A record group of parents, bu reau officials, and general publu attended. The parents, accompan ied with preschool children, en joyed the school activities, room displays and decorations. They expressed their gratitude to tea chers and thanked them for the student guided tours. They talked about first hand knowledge they received by visiting the school, whereby they observed educational values their children received in school life, their every day liv ing. The school staff served re freshments, assisted by the stu dents. Some three hundred people were served by the end of the day according to Webster A. Schneck, Principal CONWAY TWITTY NAVAJO CIVIC CENTER Friday - Dec. 20-9 pm to 1 am MGM Recording Sfar CONWAY TWITTY Window Rock, Arizona Tickets at: Sam Day Drive Inn, Window Rock Lodge, and Civic Center. Phone 871-4245 for details. V ■' ; : ; :•/■■■ ——l " i - %’ff % % ¥ T Jjip THE FIRST BABY, Aifreida Clark, bermnthenew Sage Memorial Hos pital, Ganado Mission, Gandao, Arizona, was honored with special gift.-. being presented by Dr. W. Duncan Spirjing, Medical Director. Receiving the gifts is the mother, Mrs. Richard Clark. The layette was presented by Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Crow of Klagetoh Store and the case of baby toed by Jay's Super Market of Gallup. 'The other layette was given by the Navajo Tribe. Left to right in picture: Dr. Spming, Mrs. Clark (baby), Mr. Edward Todacheenie (uncle), (photograph by Arthur Dodd) Riverside To Have No Xmas Vacation Trie Riverside Indian School at Anadarko, Oklahoma, will not have a Christmas vacation this school term. A special Christmas dinner and seasonal activities have been planned for all students on Christ mas Day, Wednesday, December 25. This is the only day school will not be in session during the Christmas holiday, according to Albert Pyles, Superintendent of the school. Read The Navajo Times GABLE | RADIO-TV-PHONO. 4 i/i N. LEROUX PH 774-7641 Fiogslofb Aril.