Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on May 12, 1970 · Page 26
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 26

Greeley, Colorado
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Tuesday, May 12, 1970
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WEDNESDAY EVE., MAY 13 7p.m.-10p.m. Moonlight madness! We've a storeful of stellar fashion buys all priced for out-of-this world savings. Note: the store will close from 5:30 to 7 while we ready the star values. DRESSES REDUCED TO CLEAR $5 Early moonlighters special! Many from our better dress department. Styles and sizes for juniors, SPECIAL FOR THIS EVENT! Spring and Summer DRESSES 12.99 Regular $20 to $38 fashions at one mini price! Scads of up-to-date styles for juniors and misses. Come running to save! Ladies' DRESS SHOES 6.77 2 for $13 Regularly priced $13 to $16. Big value! ITALIAN SANDALS 3.77 2 for $7 Reg. $6-$l 0 leathers. Lots of colors. CANVAS SNEAKERS 1.77 2 for $3 Regularly priced $4. Count the savings! SPRING COATS 19.99 Here's your chance to save a bundle on regular $40 to $55 coats! You'll find wools, wool blends, heek suedes and more in all the great styles. Don't delay. LIGHTWEIGHT WEATHERS 9.99 Cotton poplin all-weather coats at a fraction of the regular $28 price! Many styles in oyster, pink, blue, navy and gold. Missy sizes 8 to 18. PANTY GIRDLES 2.99 Pullon styles in white, pastels. Reg. $4-$6. S, M, L. SLIPS, BRA SLIPS 2.99-3.99 Regular $5 to $7 proportioned nylon tricot slips. White, pastels. 32 to 38; bra slips with A, B, C cups. NYLON TRICOT HALF SLIPS 1.99-2.99 Proportioncd-lengths in P, S, M, L sizes. Reg. $3 to $5 GIRLS' DRESSES 1.99-4.99 Casual and dressy styles that were $6-$l2. Sizes 4-14. GIRLS' CUT-OFF JEANS 1.99 Cotton denim.jean shorts in solid colors. Reg. 2.50. GIRLS' KNIT TOPS 99c-1.49 Short and long-sleevers reduced from regular 2.50 to S4 prices. All cotton knits in stripes and solids. BODY SHIRTS, SOLID COLORS 4.99 Long-sleeve body shirts that ore reg. $9-$12. Sizes 30 to 36. COTTON DENIM JEANS 1.99 Western-cut straightleg jeans in navy or natural. Reg. $6. Save! COTTON POOR BOY TOPS 3.99 Regular $6 cotton knit tops in solid colors. Small, medium, large. FLIPPY SKIRT SETS 5.99 Short-sleeve tops with matching pullon flip skirts in geometric prints and a variety of solid colors. Regularly $16. Jr.5-13. STRAIGHT and FLARELEG PANTS 3.99 Regular $9 to $12 junior-styled pants in novelty patterns, solids. COLORFUL JAMAICAS H 9 ; 3 ' 99 Summer jamaicas in pullon or zip styles. Regularly priced $6-$8. SHIFTS, PANT SHIFTS 4.99-5.99 Cool cotton styles that were $8-$12. Just a few! Broken sizes. COTTON SLEEPWEAR 1.99-3.99 Waltz gowns, sleepshirts with pcnts and culottes. Reg. $5 to $8. REDUCED! SPRING KNIT SUITS Group I . . . . 24.99 Group / / . . . . 34.99 Values to $80! Two and three- piece ensembles, pant sets, more. Misses' sizes. voluM te 4.00 Fashion Belts 1.99 Fi«e 26 GRBEtEY TRIBUNE Tues., May 12, j»7» North American Indian Chiefs Portraits Consigned lor Sale ·y MILES A SMITH AP Arts Editor NEW YORK (AP) - He was a tribal chieftain and his name was Shaumonekusse, meaning Prairie Wolf. He made the long trek to Washington in 1821, one of 16 chiefs invited to meet the Great White Father, President James Monroe. With him was his wife, Hayne Hudjehini-Eagle of Delight- who created quite a sensation in the young metropolis because she was "young and remarkably handsome, with an interesting appearance of innocence and artlessness, of that time. said an author Prairie Wolf and Eagle of Delight are just two of the stars in an unusual event comkig up May 21, when 21 North American Indian portraits by Charles Bird King--1785-1862--will be sold at auction at Parke-Bernet Galleries. They were consigned for sale by the Redwood Library and At- heneum of Newport, R.I., which is selling the collection to raise funds for expansion of its facilities and collections. Students of Americana have determined that this is the larg est group of Indian pictures b; King in existence. There are 2i other surviving examples on record, but they are scattered all the way from Denmark tc Oklahoma--the Thomas Gil crease Foundation of Tulsa. King was a prominent portrai painter in Washington througl the early part of the 19th cen tury. Born in Newport, he returned there each summer fo many years. He did a grea many portraits of Indian chief in the 1820's and 1830's at th behest of Thomas L. McKenney who was superintendent of In dian Trade and later head of th Bureau of Indian Affairs. McKenney's project was to es tablish a "National Indian For trait Gallery" to record the likenesses of chiefs of prominence many of whom took part in th War of 1812 and the Black Haw War of 1832. Besides doing the official por traits, King made some replica for his own private collection When he died in 1862 he le: these 21 pictures to the Red wood Library in his old horn town. The library was est«b- shed in 1747. It was fortunate that the plc- ures went to Newport. The offi- ial "Indian Gallery" had been laced in the Smithsonian Insti- ution in 1858, containing 147 works, mostly by King--and Jien in 1865, about three years fter the arlist's death, a (lisas- :ous fire destroyed nearly all of iem. The 21 pictures going on the lock include two portraits of hieftains' wives, an idealized (ortrait of an Indian maiden and a picture of an Indian boy. The 17 chiefs usually are por- rayed at half length, but three f them are shown at full cngth. They are in full regalia, most of them wearing medals granted by the Great White Fa- hers, and several of them have heir favorite weapons at hand, They come from many tribes, uch as Pawnee, Iowa, Choc- aw, Sioux, Creek and Fox. There is a portrait of Black Hawk himself-Makalaimeshi- kiah- and another of his Sauk ribe rival, Watchful Fox--Keo- tuk. And a picture of Red Jacket a Seneca chief who reluc- antly sided with the British in he Revolution--he is depicted wearing a medal as big as a pie plate, awarded him by George Washington. Riddle of Snoring' TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) Dr. Marcus H. Boulware of Florida State · University tpent more than 1,000 hours on research for a book "The Riddle of Snoring.'' His conclusion: about one person in eight snores, and not much CM be done about it. Boulware said 186 antlsnoring devices have been registered with the U.S. Patent Office. They include a chin strap to prevent mouth breathing and ball sewn into a nightshirt to keep the subject from Sleeping on his back. But snoring still goes on. Boulware said more men tend to snore than women. He snores himself. That's what got him interested in writing a book about it. ANKARA -- Looters are active in the earthquake areas. SALE SANDALS Reg. to $10 $177 3 2 Pair* 7.00 THE HEAVENLY BUYS ARE AT FASHION BAR -- EIGHTH AND EIGHTH Dress Shoes $/*77 Rejr. to 16.00 6 2 Pain 13.09 Sneakers Regularly 4.00 Pair $177 1 Open 7-10 p.m. Fmhlen C-em«r Eighth «nd El|htti

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