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194002 Desert Magazine 1940 February

194002 Desert Magazine 1940 February

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By HAROLD WEIGHT, Pasadena, CaliforniaPhotograph awarded first prize in December con-test of Desert Magazine. Taken at Calico cemeteryin the Mojave desert of California. Foth-Derby cam-era with Eastman infra-red film, A filter. Taken at
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1/25 second.By GENE O. PARKSLas Vegas, NevadaSecond prize winning picture in the December contest of theDesert Magazine. Photograph taken at a Navajo hogan at The
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Korella-Reflex. Exposure f5.6 at 1/500 sec-ond, on Superpan press film, K2 yellow filter, at 10:00 a. m. inOctober.
Special Mestit
In addition to the prize awards, the judges in the Decembercontest commented favorably on the entries of the followingphotographers:Fred Hankins, Tcrft, California, "Desert Woodpile."R. F. Brainard, Los Angeles, California, "Ocotillo."H. Bauer, Phoenix, Arizona, "St. Francis Xavier Mission."
 
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FEB. 2 Candlemas Day dance at San Fe-lipe Indian pueblo, New Mexico.2-4 Golf Tournament, Palm Springs,California.2-4 Open Golf Tournament, Phoenix,Arizona.7 Prehistoric Indian fabrics, illustra-ted lecture by Clara Lee Tannerat Arizona Museum, Phoenix.8 Effect of volcanic action on pre-historic northern Arizonans, illus-trated lecture at Phoenix, ArizonaMuseum by Dr. Harold S. Col-ton, director, Museum of North-ern Arizona,
Flagstaff.
8-9 New Mexico Wool Growers con-ference at Albuquerque.11 Arts and crafts of Southwest In-dians,discussed by Mr. and Mrs.Burton Frasher, Southwest Mus-eum, Los Angeles.12-18 Annual Lettuce Tournament,Brawley, California. Elmer Sears,chairman.14 Plant life of mountain and desert,Arizona Museum lecture by Dr.W. G. McGinnies.15 Indian Turtle dance at Taos pueb-lo, New Mexico.15-18 Riverside county Fair and Coa-chella valley Date Festival. Indio,California. (Horse show, Feb. 15,16;rodeo, Feb. 17, 18). StewartYost, secretary-manager.15-18 World Championship rodeo, Ari-zona State Fairgrounds. Sponsoredby Phoenix junior chamber of com-merce.16-17 Annual Western States ChildWelfare conference, Area E ofAmerican Legion, at Tucson. Os-car Lamp, area chairman.16-19 Buffalo hunt in Houserock val-ley, south of Grand Canyon, Ari-zona.18 Arizona Cactus and Native Florasociety meets, Phoenix. Speakers.Mrs. Gertrude D. Webster, presi-dent, Box 1973.21 Dr. Emil W. Haury, departmentof anthropology, University ofArizona to speak on Papago In-dians at Arizona Museum,Phoenix.21-25 La Fiesta de los Vaqueros, Tuc-son. (Indian Day, Feb. 22; PimaCounty Fair and Industrial exhi-bition, Feb. 22-25; Rodeo andWorld's Champion Sheriff's Rop-ing Contest, Feb. 23-25; Live-stock Show, five days).23 Dr. Kenneth Chapman, Laboratoryof Anthropology at Santa Fe. NewMexico, to lecture at Heard Mu-seum, Phoenix.24-26 Winter Sports Carnival, spon-sored by Flagstaff Ski Club, inSnow Bowl.25 Horse Show, Palm Springs.25 Southwestern Indians Yesterdayand Today, lecture by Gordon C.Baldwin, Southwest Museum, LosAngeles.28 Carlsbad Caverns, subject of Col.Thomas Boles, superintendent ofthe national park, at ArizonaMuseum, Phoenix.25-MAR 3 Eighth Annual Citrus ShowMesa, Arizona.
Volume 3FEBRUARY. 1940Number 4COVERPHOTOGRAPHYLETTERSHISTORYZOOLOGYPERSONALITYDISCOVERYGEMSCAMERA ARTDIARYINDIAN CRAFTSPUZZLETRAGEDYFICTIONCRAFTSBOTANYPLACE NAMESLEGENDTRAVELCONTRIBUTORSLANDMARKCONTESTHOBBYNEWSBOOKSPRIZESMININGCOMMENTPOETRY
Prickly Pear cactus. Photograph by Claire andRalph Proctor, Phoenix, Arizona.Prize winning pictures in December . . Inside coverComment from Desert Magazine readers ... 2He Witnessed the Death Valley Tragedy of '49By J. C. BOYLES 3My Friend—the TarantulaBy RAYMOND W. THORP 7Jake McClure—Champion With a RopeBy KATHRYN BOMAR 9I, too, Have LearnedBy MORA McMANIS BROWN 11Field Day with the Boulder City 'Prospectors'By JOHN W. HILTON 12Hopi. Photograph by WM. M. PENNINGTON . . 15January on the DesertBy MARSHAL SOUTH 17Hopi Gods in MasqueradeBy MRS. WHITE MOUNTAIN SMITH ... 19True or False—a test of your desert knowledge . 21Tsosi Tells the Story of Massacre CaveBy RICHARD VAN VALKENBERGH ... 22Hard Rock Shorty of Death ValleyBy LON GARRISON 25Pottery of the YumasBy TOM WORTHINGTON 26Everybody's Little FriendBy MARY BEAL 28Origin of names in the Southwest 30The Monster ChetaAs told to HARRY C. JAMES 31Roads and Accommodations in Death Valley . 32Writers of the Desert 33Church Rock—BY JOHN STEWART MacCLARY . 34Announcement of February Landmark contest . 35Gems and Minerals—By ARTHUR L. EATON . . 36Here and There on the Desert 38Reviews of current desert literature 40Contest for amateur photographers 40Briefs from the desert region 42Just Between You and Me—by the Editor ... 44SIREN, and other poems 45
The Desert Magazine is published monthly by the Desert Publishing Company, 636State Street, El Centro, California. Entered as second class matter October 11, 1937, atthe post office at El Centro, California, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Title registeredNo. 358865 in U. S. Patent Office, and contents copyrighted 1939 by the Desert PublishingCompany. Permission to reproduce contents must be secured from the editor in writing.RANDALL HENDERSON, Editor.TAZEWELL H. LAMB, Associate Editor.. , ... /Al De Vore, 317 S. Central Ave., Los Angeles,
Calif.,
Phone MI 6441Advertising \ Eugene A. LaMont, El Centro, CaliforniaManuscripts and photographs submitted must be accompanied by full return post-age. The Desert Magazine assumes no responsibility for damage or loss of manuscriptsor photographs although due care will be exercised for their safety. Subscribers shouldsend notice of change of address to the circulation department by the fifth of the monthpreceding issue.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 1 year $2.50 — 2 years $4.00 — 3 years $5.00GIFT SUBSCRIPTIONS: 1 subscription $2.50 — two $4.00 — three $5.00Canadian subscriptions 25c extra, foreign 5Oc extraAddress subscription letters to Desert Magazine, El Centro, California
FEBRUARY, 194

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