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The KENNECOTT STAR
No. 1 ^Kennecott* ^Alaska* Nov, £9. 1827 Gfoi i s t mas Program |tQ dtif Play by School Playwrights Un der Way for Christians . Untertainnent Bloc>burn School- pupils are busy practicing the short Xisas comedy they have written, for pr e s exit a t i on' a t the coja?:unit y hall on Christies Eve. All of the pupils will take part in the play. Trie motors are: Tea OfiIeiil, Ronald Bro so sky, John Pyteil, »i®. Huia phe-ries, Lyle Morris,Bruce ana Frank dorris. Along >vith the play,Spanish songs by both high school ana —-nigh c Upxxiitiih- ciasstrs - -will—her— given. Further detuiXs are to appear later. • ■' F A & llrs* Hoyser and Mrs. Gimby. Make Departure for Outside 'Its* Heyser and Mrs* Giaby left for the states on Nov* 7* Mrs*, Heysor, who In the past t-tight at Blackburn school, is going to Seattle, W sh**to the Swedish hospital. Mrs• Gimby plans to visit her mother, who lives at Los Angeles, Calif* Neither of-the la ales plan to return to Kennecott* ^., . i —B M & Ltf Mrs* Pue and her two chil dren arrived on the train Hov* T 24, for a visit with Paul Wil helm & family over the holiday* Rev. Peterson Explains Peace Movement to Blackburn Pupils Rev. R.a. Peterson visited school on Nov. 1, -and talked Jjojc peace. H*3 tola about alj. the things v© could do nitn the uoney s^eat in the last war. Piacng other things, 3--id the Coruovu Presbyterian minister there y#ould be enough .noney to bui a <’2000 home for each f-.-sily in th fighting countries of the WorI'd Par, and to provide each family*tith a 5-acre piece of lun&». Rev. jf§f ter son * 3 tali: v&s given at the school as a part of che peace cam paign of' the National Education Assoc —Ld a> hjv Christmas Committee Organized. To Take Care of Xennecott Yule Needs The Christmas Committee, consis ting of 'irs. Chas Hooks, irs. Gladys Morris, and Jrs. 16m. Humpheries, has been organized to plan for Christmas needs of Kenneeott young people. They will decide arrangements for gift presentation, and will organize activities on Christmas eve. The tree is tsdf he furnished by the company, s ■ ~m. The skating rink, prepared by the 5yard bang and illuminated, by the elec tricians, is providing lots of good times for Kenneeott skaters. What snow has fallen has been quickly Cleared off. Fine weather has made ice-skating this year just right.