Mexico. Ranchhands rodeo,
one of the
the West.2-3 First annual charity horseshow,
Utah and Arizona vacation tripfor Sierra Club
SouthernCalifornia. Reservations beforeJuly
Irene Charnock, 2526Hyler avenue,
(Andy) Andrews, leader.
Eben F. Com-ins
3 Smoki Ceremonials
sundown. ClaudeHayes, chairman.4 Great Indian Corn dance, San-to Domingo Pueblo, New Mex-
hike Mt. San
cinto and climb Tahauitz Rock.Dr. Marko Petinak, leader.12 Indian ceremonial
SantaClara Pueblo, New Mexico.
20th annual Inter-Tribal Indianceremonial, Gallup, New Mex-
14-16 Annual rodeo, Vernal, Utah.15 Corn dance,
20-22 State convention
20-30 clubsin Salt Lake City, Utah. HaroldBerling, Fort Douglas, chair-man.21-24 American Legion state
vention, Prescott, Arizona. Wm.
Aven, chairman.22-23 Bean harvesting festival
rodeo, Mountainair, New Mex-
22-23 Flower show, Santa Fe. MorrisYashvin, chairman.22-24 Cavern City Cavalcade, Carls-bad, New Mexico. Rodeo.23-SEPT.
Hoke Denetsosie, Navajo artist,at Museum
28-30 Box Elder fair
rodeo, Tre-monton, Utah.28-30 Kids rodeo
Paso, Texas,followed on Aug. 31, Sept. 1,
Range Hands rodeo.30-SEPT.
Oldtime Labor day cele-bration
Nevada rodeo, Winne-mucca, Nevada.30-SEPT.
Dig-N-Dogie Days, King-man, Arizona.30-SEPT.
Nevada state fair, Fallon,Nevada.
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