Weekly Chemawa American. (Chemawa, Or.) 189?-198?, October 18, 1901, Page 4, Image 4

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CHEMAWA AMERICAN.
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H. L. Lovelace, ,
Manager,
Published Weekly by the Pupils of the
Chemawa Indian School.
Subscription Price 25 Cants Per Year.
Clubs ot five and .over 20 Cents per ymr
Entered at the Postoffice at Chemawa, Or.,
as second-class mail-matter. 1
Address all Business Communications t,
The Chemawa American,
Chemawa, Oregon.
Old-Man-In-The-Tower's Corner.
Eddie Davis has returned.
Miss Kurtz was a visitor Sunday. i
We have as many roses now as we had
in June.
Tho cooking class is making marked im
provement. Eva Woods is attending school in the
Fifth Grade. 5
Charles Hilburn is one of Farmer Child '.
er's mainstays, '
Mrs. Campbell is telling her grade about
her trip to the east.
Irene Campbell .spent a few days with
her friends in Salem,
. Mr. DePoe's music was quite an addition
to thechaple exerises.
Joshua Gibson entered the A class of the
Sixth Grade this week.
Neofit Shabalin says that he likes to
work in the tailor shop.
Tommy Cox says they are making him
a new coat at the shoe shop.
Andrew Alfred and Willie Brannan are
school janitors for this mpnth.
Chas. Decker the "Crack Center" of our
foot-fall team is wijh us again.
. 'AityYme in need of a first class paper
huiifcjrall on Haynes De Wett,
r pelja Souvegnir is now vorking in the
Hospital and in doing good work.
Dr. Buchanan has made many friends
at Chemawa. Come again, doctor.
Elmer Lafonso says that "Chemawa is
a good place and I like it very well'
Mr. Potter's phonograph concert con
tinues, to the delight of the childern.
Amelia Underville is getting the flower
beds around the cottage in good shape.
Mrs. Brewer is on the sick list now and
Mrs. Mitchell is in charge of the laundry.
Our roses are now in full October bloom
and add much to the beauty of our grounds.
The chapel talk by Mr. De Poe, on
Greenland exploration, was very interest
ing. The foot ball boys were glad to see Ed
din Davis drop in on us the other even
ing. Hurry Holt lias returned and will con
tinue his course in Willamette Univer
sity. Who is the sulky girl in one of the up
stairs rooms who takes up so much of her
teacher's time?
'A boy who publicly apologizes for a fault
committed in public shows his manliness
and his courage.
Lottie Lane favored us with a nice piano
solo at the musical entertainment last
Thursday evening.
The painters are keeping clote up after
the carpenters in their work painting our
beautiful band stand.
The sewing room girls have commenced
work on the girls uniforms, which will be
very neat and pretty.
' We were sorry to have Dr. Buchanan of
Tulalip, leave m. Everyone has enjoyed
having him among us.
Lawerence Toby, James Jefferson, An
thony and Edward McClusky are working
hard in the Fifth Grade.
The boys who are working for Mr. Kurtz
are giving good satisfaction. This is what
we like to hiar of our pupils. ;
Little Misses Dolly Gray -and Betzey
Boliverare getting on Triendly term?? with
Misses Marguerite and Jeannette.