January 10. 19 sy,5 y ,
Happy Birthday to Chick Putesoy whose bLrtl
day was January 6th; also to Lorena Mar
shall who celebrated her f s on Jan. Bth; &
to J* n January" to -' ame
SinyeUa on Jan. 2?th; to Lloyd Hanna, al
so on Jan. 12th.
'V. Joe "mte to say that our
dear friend, Peter Friedrichsen, died in
California December 27, 1956. H e had an
operation shortly after leaving Supai in
November. H e sh«d *Ke died probably of can
cer of the liver. This makes us all very
sad as Peter was a good friend to all of
us. He came to Supai every Spring and
JL bo help Joe with his Cemp down near
the alls, shall miss him vmv much!
Council Meeting Saturday
Chairman Juan Sinyella and TT ills.am
Little Jim? of Canyon, Arizona, are
to be hem Saturday, January 12th f*or the
regular monthly meeting of* the Council.
Lemuel Pava, Secretary, plans to be home
r. and v rs. Collins have been »way
so no official weather report is ready.
, .ff^-nia, - ostmaster, says it rained a
little every day while they w«r e gone. It
also rained last night and is real cloudv
todnv. It is pood to soe_tM s rain cona
down on our dry country.
Dickie Watahomifde says his baby boy vns
bom Dovenber 25, 1956. Pis name is Carl.
Little Anos son of* Lucille
Rickie has diarrhea and has been in the
Hospital for a few days. He i s to
come home today from the Hospital,
Elsie and Bryant Sinyella are living in
valentine, Arizona for a while. Elsie
told Ara. Collins that they plan to come
home in February; probably in time for the
elentine Dav celebration,
F- he oh Smith and Charlie were
seen in the Trading Post at Peach Springs,
Arizona Tuesday afternoon,
Ip"; anH Mr, s. J ohn Marshall and children,
and Pete, are still in Pe-eh Springs
expect to go on Relocation soon.
Elva ™atahomigie, Cla-a , and little Clav
ton "v* ent to Hualapal Hilltop Saturday but
no one came for them so they came back,
On K ondav they went to Peach Springs w*th
Mr. v Hison.
,f atthew 5: 44* "But T say unto you, Love your bless them that curse you,
do good to them that you, and prav x ’or them which despite.fullv use you, and**
persecute vou,,. ts
THE SUPAI 'JEEKL V NE™S
,h ,f rs, Hamilton Grounds and little Letba
talked down the Sunday night. Ham
came down Tuesday.
Bert Jones and T,T iHi e Walker were seen in
Flagstaff on M onday. Bert is real fat,
TlT illie is working up that way for f» while,
Harry Sinyella and Joh If ontoya rode up to
' r oqui Camp last week. Thev were at the
Grand Village yesterdav but left f*or
Rov Sinyella came to Supai to talk with
Mp, w ilson, Relocation Officer, about
work. Roy staved here one day and then
Bryant Sinyella has the "flu" and has been
sick in bed at Valentine.
Jack Jones went to town Monday a nd came
home the next day.
Marian Putesoy went to town Monday and
will be home
The Grand Canvon people sent down some
treats for the Supais. They came too
late for the New Year*s party but are
being given out this week to the folks
who live down here. Thank you, friends
of the Grand Canyon Village* 4 Happy
New Year to all of you up there!
Mr. and Mrs, Collins had a few davs off
and they went to Cottonwood, Arizona.
•Vs, C. is still having trouble with hey
tongue so she went to the doctor who cave
her a lot of vitamins. They went through
a snow storm at F r azier T,r ells, also at
Flagstaff, T,T illiams etc, Thev came back
Mr. and M rs# Louis Sinyella have been
busy planting peach trees up the
Pelocation Officer Here
'V, Eugene T " r ilson, Sacaton, Arizona, wap
here for three days talking to people f
about relocating. Three folks signed us
to go outside and work. VJ±\ son wiljf
be back in Supai next month,
: S l
Superintendent and Mrs. Bobo came back -
home (valentine) last Sunday from a long
vacation. They visited their relatives,
in Texas and scent Christmas and New
Y ear*s Day there.
Mrs, Clark Jack, of Ash Fork, Arizona,
sent Mrs, Collins a cute little puppy.
It will be named ' f issi which means
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