Miss Haury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Haury of Albuquerque, New Mexico wears the traditional dress of the Cheyenne tribe of Oklahoma. Her buckskin dress and accessories symbolize the resourcefulness of the Cheyennes. The rugs, baskets, grinding stone and spindle represent the Navajo Way of Life. The eagle feather war bonnet, which belonged to her Santee Sioux grandfather, Rev. George Wilson, symbolizes the aggressiveness of the Sioux Nation. The lone eagle feather symbolizes an honor bestowed on her by her paternal grandfather, Herman Haury, Arapaho Chief.