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Sunday, November 17, 1957
VOL. IV, No. 3
NAVAJO KNEW-" do you?
Years ago, when Chief Sitting-on-Hands saw the leaves turn brown, he Inew winter
was not many moons away. About the best he could do, though, was squat down and
make a sand painting. As he once put it: "Navajo know painting appease
Great White Father of Winter. Keep snow from piling too deep. Keep wigwam
from icing over. Navajo know how to put Indian sign onwinter."
Seems the Chief goofed. Winter is still with us, and this year's deep freeze is almost here.
The smart way for you to put the Indian sign on winter is to send your warm clothing
to Greene's now, to have it ready in time. Greene's can clean any bulky coat,
the heaviest sweaters, caps gloves . . even the man-made furs. There's daily pick-up
at quads ant dorm . Sororities and fraternities can telephone, day or night.
A Report on
Indian paint sign - get along fine
But he Navajo - he not in know!
P.S. Best medicine for your ceremonial robes: