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The Supai weekly news. (Supai, Ariz.) 195?-1958, February 13, 1957, Image 1

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_Fgbruarv 11. 1957
Palph Pay a February 14th; •
Clayton Watahoraigie February 16th:
Adam Paya -February 16th;
Pete L. Marshall—. February 18, 1955;
Karen Kathy Hanna February 20, 1955;
Bernard Pava February 20, 1948;’
"Happy Birthday to you, happy birthday to
All people who want trees to plant
see Hr, Collins. Tell hs.m the number and
the kind of trees you want.
There will be apple, aoricot, pear,
and peach; also grape vines,
M r. Extension Agent, will have
sweet potato plants also.
New Flag for Post Office
Virginia, the Postmaster, received a
brand new flag to raise over the Post Of
fice here in Supai. It is gently waving
in the warm afternoon breeze now and it
looks gopd.
Please Note
It has been reported to the Supai
News that someone is taking the fence posts
and other things awav from the Rodeo
Grounds. Please leave these things there
as they do not belong to youIJ!
Council Heetlhg In Valentine
A good meeting was held in v alentine
Saturday, Feb. 9, 195 7 . Chairman Juan
Sinyella, Secretary Lemuel Pava, Chief
Stanley Manakaja, Sub-Chief Flvnn Watahom
igie, Sub-Chief William Little Jim, Vice-T*
Chairman Allen Akaba , Superintendent
’Jesley T. Bobo, Field Agent A. V, Collins,
Extension Agent Asahel Perry, Phoenix Area
Law Enforcement Head M r. Hagelb-, and
Criminal Investigator Charles Allen were
all present. The meet?_ng lasted from 9
o’clock in the morning to 6 o’clock in the
evening. '
r anv business matters were taken up
and the minutes the meeting are now
posted on the Bulletin Board. Coffee and
sandwiches and cookies were served. * f r,
William Little J-'n complimented Mrs. B o bo
on her baking by eating the most cookies!
lf eat Cut.tipg Party
' onj.a;:-* afternoon a big crowd gathered
down at 'red Hamidreek’s house to watch
the men butcher a cow, ' T ark Hanna, Chick
Putesov, Rm r Sinyella, Hardy Jones, and
Fred Lamidreek did the carving. Bert Jones
Austin Hamidreek, Joe Jones, and Alva Jones
also helped. All the little boys stood a—
round wide-eyed, Katie and Mae got
fire ready so they could roast some of the
meat. Bert Jones couldn’t find a towel so
he ran behind Katie and wiped kis hands on
her big apron. The head will be boiled r G r
soup and the intestines will be barbecued.
Fred plans to make jerky out of most the
Omclal ri r_Re E ogt y Prpg^t , t^
Feb. 6 52 32 0 I
Feb. 7 53 33 0
Feb, 8 65 43 0
v eb, 9 68 49 ft
Feb, 10 63 45 0
Feb. 11 72 48 0
Feb. 12 72 46 0
The following letter came a days ago:
"Bear ,f r. and Mrs, Collins,
I am writing to you to tell you Joan
and I enloyed the paper,
T ' 7 e are both well. w e go to school
everyday. Their is snow on the ground.
T,T e have good shoes and up here
in Stewart, V
I have friends un here in Stewart,
Nevada, Their names are Revnelda Jackson,
my best pal, Thalia Abel, Joann Phoenix,
No^thrun, %ncv Johnson, and
Marlorie p a+terson.
T ' T e got hair cut me, Carolann, Thalia,
,r argene, Joann and Nadine Tobev,
T ’ T e have a dining room just like
Phoenix, Arizona, We have good food to
5 eat and drink.
My best pal, Carmelita Northrup in
hospital. She is in p hoenix, Arizona, Shf
is a little girl. She has brades. She
staying their until she gets well. Tr e
all hope she gets well,
four friend
Signed: Renfa P^ya
Q tewart Ind. School
Stewart, Nevada
"We got the clothes my mother send us for
The <next letter came from Bennett Hanna
who attends the Christian Indian °chool
near Sedona , Arizona:
" Dear Mr, and ,f rs. Celling,
lam fine today. Thank you *or the Supai
TlT eekly News every wer>k, T * T e are all fine
at school. T ‘ T e have been going fishing and
riding horse. T heard about the heli
copter that went down there in the radi#.-
That all I sav, p rom- M
Signed: Bennett Haerw
From vmv down in Central America we got a
nice letter from ' r iss Eunice Anderson and*
she sent her greetings to all the Supais.
She said that in Guatemala the people all
celebrate Christmas with parades, fiestas,
and fireworks. One night she thought the[
\ city was on fire but it wasn’t. The folk*
i savnd up their trash for a week and then f
placed it out in front of their houses
with fireworks buried in it and burhed it*
at dusk.
Mrs. J, P, A n derson has just gone down to
Guatemala to visit her daughter, Eunice.

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