Char-Koosta (Dixon, Mont.) 1971-1985, July 01, 1982, Image 6

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Youngsters enjoy outdoor ‘classroom’ The Ronan/Pablo J.O.M. Parent Committee sponsored a cultural experience at Agnes Vanderburg’s Valley Creek encampment June 8th, 9th and 10th, for eligible fifth graders. It was directed and chaperoned by Bill and Lillian Weber. Activities included hide tanning, setting up camp, bead­ ing, cutting and drying meat, making fry bread, story telling, and survival. Everyone pitched in and helped with the cooking and cleaning. For some, this was their first exposure to the basics of camping and they felt it was a good experience. Those attending were: Rhonda Quequesah, Leah Swim­ mer, Cort Weber, Sissy Incashola, Ed Ness, Amelia Stanger, Sami Finley, Harriet Malatare, Mat Howard and Dusty Finley. The kids extend a special thanks to the Parent Committee for making this possible, to Agnes “for putting up with us,” to Francis Stanger and Tribal Fish and Game for the meat, to Linda Howard for cooking and instruction, and to Lillian Weber for her beads and instruction. The only negative comment was, “It ended too so o a ” Perhaps next year we can have a longer and larger camp. = k = T R Y A N E W V I E W P O I N T st citizens Bani-i or p oison . 213 1ST STREET, WEST J Obituary Antoine Curley Antoine Paul “Stoney” Curley, 17, died June 8 at St Patrick Hospital o f injuries received when his motorcycle went out o f control a n d hit a bridge Friday, June 4 on Montana 200 near Ravalli Antoine was bom March23,1965, in St Ignatius to Dominick “Sonny” and Ida Curley. He attended Arlee p u blic schools and was attending the Two Eagle River S chool at the time o f his death. He would h ave graduated next year. He was a direct descendant o f C h ief Circling Raven o f the Coeur d ’A lene (Idaho) Tribe and C h ief K aeKaeShe and C hief Charlo o f the Flathead Tribe Survivors include his parents, Dominick and Ida Curley (Plummer, Idaho); four sisters, Aliene Saylor, Marie Curley, and JoAnna Bearstail (all o f Plummer) and Ida Curley, Jr. (St Ignatius); two brothers, Clifford and Robert Curley (both o f Plummer); a n d his maternal grandmother, Annie Sorrell (St Ignatius). Traditional w ake services were held June 9 at the St Ignatius Com­ munity Center. Mass o f the Resur­ rection was c elebrated June 11, at the St Ignatius Catholic Church with Rev. Thomas Connelly, S J , as celebrant Burial followed in the St Ignatius Catholic Cemetery. Malfe Mitli JWe Walk with me. Oh Lord I pray. Give me strength throughout the day. Take my problems big and small. Lift me when I tend to fall. Walk with me. Oh Lord I pray. Prompt me what to do and say. Let me feel you always there. Lift me when I feel despair. Helen Parker Jn% 2,1982

Char-Koosta (Dixon, Mont.), 01 July 1982, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.