Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on December 11, 1962 · Page 2
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P«g« 2 GREELEY TRIBUNE Tut., D«e. 11, Gregory's Exclusive Sweaters For Christmas! "Just Arrlvtd" "HERS" - Cardigans of authentic Scandinavian patterns and i P95 colors by JertiM |Q __ Some at 17.95 "HIS" - Carditan or zip stylos knit on Imported Swiss machines 17" Some at 18.95 Imported Alpaea Cardigans . 23.9S Crew Neck Slipovers . . . 9.95 McGregor Zip Tyrol . . . 17.95 Every Present Beautifully Gift Wrapped; Where Parking Is Easy At Lot No. 1. GREGORY'S The Christmas Store For Men 813 8th St. SANTA vlirh 0 child »f Ataln. hristmas 3rd Great Feast On Calendar for Eskimos ·y WAR? SIMS BARROW. Alaska (API-The mind, brown faces of Alaska's alive children 'nine just as rightly with anticipation as those f youngsters in the South 48 ·hen Santa Claus time r o l l s round. In Barrow, the world's largest Eskimo village, Christmas is the lird great feast on the Eskimo alendar. The other two are the pring feast of Nalukatuk, the elebration of whale catching, and ht feast of Thanksgiving. Last year's Christmas feast. Kid the afternoon of Christmas 3ay, after church services, drew ome 700 to 750 persons to Utkeag- k Presbyterian Church alone. As ie Rev. Edward G. Holborow, pastor, describes the arries a heavy tack of prizes, oys and candy. "There is also a Christmas tree, lither real or artificial. "A Catholic Eskimo will go to any extreme or sacrifice to at- end the midnight Mass on Christmas Day, some traveling a good many miles by dog team. The 'rotestjnts would not miss serv- ces on Christmas for anything. "In some villages, after the midnight Mass, the men fire vol- eys with their rifles after wilt tandshaking and gratings of Merry Christmas.' In the missioh church at St Hary's devout Eskimos, dressed pies, other fruit and nuts are at- n traditional church robes, act tached. nterim east: "There was much whale meat nd muktuk. There was frozen ish, hot caribou stew with rice nd a rice dish with raisins, 'here were also breads, rolls, akes, tea, coffee and cocoa for le children." Each year, the church also has Christmas party for the young icople and many gifts, received rom churches throughout the na- ion, are passed out. The school, too, has a Christmas arty for the youngsters and.the hildren participate with the idults of the village in portray- ng the story of the Nativity, in native Eskimo dress. Sometimes, Santa Claus, using only Dancer and Prancer--he is close to his North Pole home am there is little need for additiona reindeer power -- drives his sle nto Barrow across the Elson Lagoon. Christmas In the other Eskimo villages which ring the Arctic Ocean, the Chukchi Sea and the Bering Sea is celebrated in much the same way. Artificial trees are substituted for the real item in many areas of the Arctic, where there are no trees to break the broad expanse of the northern tundra country. On Yukon Dtlta The Rev. Segundo Llorente, a Jesuit missionary at Alakanuk, near the mouth of the Yukon River on the Weak coast of the Bering Sea, describes a Yukon Delta Christmas this way: "Yes, there is a Santa Claus. of course! "In the mission schools as well as in the government schools there is a grand Christmas program complete with a fat and jolly Santa Claus who dances and Boys' Hobby, Big Business Boys Republic, resident* of bojrt from broken homes, will produce mm than X,m Dellia Roba wmtta for the dwrt «i (un- ily homes thij Chrittma*. Boyj KepuhUe, located on a 250- acre fafin near Chino, Calif., was 15 a home and school or boys in 1W7. Tb* boys nave wen in the wreath business since 1M7. It* enUtrpriM a now large tnoufh to grou about 1300.000 etch year, paying about half of UK school's operating expenses. The job of miking wreaths, once a hobby of the boys, is now such a production that tEe 140 residents and staff cannot handle R. New approximately ISO mm and women are hired to assemble the wreaths during the three-week production and mailing period. The lut of persons ordering the wreaths from across the nation is ike reading "Who's Who." Each year the White House door is hung rith a complimentary Delia Rob- iia wreath. The project of making the wreaths from living materials is a year-long task. Materials for the wreaths are gathered all during [he year with the boys collecting foliage and pods throughout the entire Southern California area. The first step in the production Is the making of a heavy wire fram*. Redwood foliage shipped from northern Calfiornia is placed on the frame. Then 15 varieties. of seed pods, cones, lemons, ap- out the story of the birth of the Savior and celebrate His birth n song and prayer. In Alaska's metropolitan areas ;hristmas is observed just as it is in any large American city. Store windows and streets arc beau ifully decorated and the silver bells of song tinkle merrily away while shoppers hurry along the .trcets. Military M»n 'Adopt' Vill*f«i To the Indians along the Yu [on and Kuskokwim rivers Christmas means to many a visi rum men of military units sis ioned in Alaska. A number of military units have made it a custom, over foe years, o adopt a village and, on Christmas and other holidays, share bcrs. recently placed an order in Australia for Life's Like That Each wreath is rprayeo, tcuchec up with gold, silver and bronze gilt and resprayed with preservative When the wreaths are dry, a conveyor belt carries them into 3 boxing room where they are packaged for shipping from the big tent post office set up tcmporarilj at Boys Republic. Wreaths are in Iwo sizes, 20- inch and 30-inch. 'Hie Delia Robbia wreath gets its name from the ceramic pieces sculptured by the Delia Robbia family in Florence, Italy. Mixico Buyi Shetp MEXICO CUT - Mexico, striving to increase its sheep num their bounty with the villagers. Such was the relationship last year between the men of Co. D, First Battle Croup, 23rd Infantry, Ft. Richardson, and the people of Quinhagak, on Kuskokwim Bay. On Nov. 29, a huge Army helicopter set out from Ft. Richardson on a 440-mile flight to Quni hagak. The big whirly bird was loaded with toys, school supplies and other presents for Quinhagak's young people. Christmas in Alaska, then, is a season of happiness and of thankful prayer -- celebrated in parkas and muk-luks. breeding sheep. initia 20,000 Womtn on Run Ships j NEW DEUI-lndia's govern iiK'nt is set to plblish a new list ol commodities that will be im iwrlcd from abroad. JOHANNESBURG. South Africa API-Some Russian fishing (raw- ers and merchant ships have women in their crews "who work alongside men and are so brawny sometimes it's hard to tell the difference." They are a suspicious ot. This is the report of Father, Edward Wilson-Hughes, who has ong worked as chaplain in the Seamen's Mission at Walvls Bay, South West Africa. Russian fish-! ng ships I to the chagrin of South Africa's government which administers South West Africa) have ncrcaslngly worked f i s h i n g grounds there and have to drop nto Walvis Bay for supplies and repairs. Father \Vilson-Hughei said most of the women on Russian ships did purser duties. But there arc also women engineers and ordinary seawomen. He said his mission came Into contact with a number of Russians and he observed about them: "One thing about the Russians- they are more suspicious of strangers than strangers are of them." KOM£ - Italy producW 0.- i« «o ton'- U cemeat la* year, ip a record UJ fm cat. Per cap- la couuroptwa lii»i U.I per eflt to 7 pouadk. Italy rank* Mend U) Strop* and fifth ia the orld in cement production. BANGKOK - Two Americani till be on the governing board 1 Thailand's stock For Ckrixt Optn Friday Nl|hti USE THI TRIBUNE WANT ADS FIRE SALE SAVE 33/3 to 50% Off of Regular Retail Price On Your CHRISTMAS GIFTS COME IN AND BROWSE Kvtry Item In The Store Is On Sale. Why Pay More? OM Safeway Store ALLEN'S 123 10th St. Here's a Christmas Gift Idea! Give an AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Friendship Lantern It may be a little large to fit in the average stocking, but no gift will please the whole family as much as a beautiful yard light. There are several styles to choose from, so inquire at our office. We will be glad to show them to you. HOME LIGHT Greelev Student In NJC Choir STERLING - Ron Franklin, son of MiV and Mrs. R. R. Franklin. 1800 20th Ave., Greeley, is a member of the 45-volce Northeastern Junior College choir which has appeared at numerous camp pus and community programs during the fall quarter. Recent performances have Included carol singing on the Logan County Courthouse lawn and in the shopping center which opened recently in northeast Sterling. The group, directed by Wilson Fredling. also sang it the Christ mas assembly Monday, the closing assembly of the quarter, A Christmas theme featuret also a skit by students In oral in terprctation, directed by W. P Israel, instructor in speech. Registration tor winter quarter on Jan. 2 will dose the Christmas holiday, which begins Friday, AND POWER COMPANY COLOR PRINTS New selection just arrived. CUSTOM PICTURE FRAMING targe telectlon of moulding Your picture framed before Christmas if left before the 2Cth. Also many new aizci of ready made framei. SNO-FLOX KITS For that Christmas tree and other decorations. SUPER KEM-TONE For » newly decorated room for ChrlstmM . . In the lima day, Select colon from new 1963 color harmony booki. Sherwin-Williams 70S 8th Avenue ' R c K i a t f r for lRrn» doll hoiiM; In h« «lv»n mi-ay |i»mnitj»r 22.! YOUNGEST CADILLAC IN SIXTY-ONE YEARS! Take a good look at a new 19f,3 Cadillac and you'll see what we're talking about. Kor this one has a freshness! . . . » brightness ... a spirit... a flair that you've nevol teen before in a Cadillac car. It's the look of youth--and It's written in every clean, crisp line . . . and mirrored in emy lithe, nimble move the car makcn. And «o it Is not surprising that this beautiful new Cadillac it adding a bost of youthful admirers to th« ranks of it* enthusiast*. Nor Is It remarkable that no many younjer motorists can be seen this ye»r at it« wheel. ^ In fact, motorists of a/I age* have Inken this Cadillac to their heart* as never before, The reception that has b»en accorded this new "car of cara"- whether measured by the praise of iu follnweri or lh« number of it« owners-is simply without precedent. Why not visit your authorized Cadillac dealer »oon -and see for yourwlf what the talk is all about? Young In fact or young »t heart-we know you'll w»nt to make It yoursl ' ~. VISIT YOUH LOCAL AUTHORIZED CADILLAC DEALER McARTHUR-WHEELER, INC. ·11-tlS fctvtntti Stroot · Qroolty, Colorado

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