JULY 1-4 Annual fiesta and rodeo,Mescalero Apache Indian reser-vation, New Mexico.1-6 12 th Annual Hopi Craftsman ex-hibition, Museum of NorthernArizona,
potters, silversmiths at work.1-12 Arizona Baptist summer assembly,Episcopal conference grounds,Prescott. Rev. Charles L. Kau,Phoenix, dean.2-4 Rodeo and Stock Show, Grants,New Mexico.2-4 Rodeo, McGaffey, New Mexico.2-5 55th Annual Frontier Days Cele-bration, Prescott, Arizona. BrunoRezzonico, chairman.
3-5AnnualMexico.rodeo,MiltonEstancia,Berksire,Newchair-Annual rodeo, Silver City, N. M.Annual Rodeo, Fort Sumner, NewMexico.Forrest Delk, chairman.All Indian Pow-Wow,
Arizona.4 Rodeo at Cimarron, New Mexico.4 Annual Rodeo and Celebration,Ruidoso, New Mexico.7-22 Drawings by Maynard OwenDixon, depicting Arizona from1900 to 1941, Museum of North-ern Arizona,
11-12 League of Western Writers con-ference, Provo, Utah.11-AUG. 13 15th annual anthropologi-cal field session of University ofNew Mexico, at Chaco canyon.Dr. Paul Reiter, director. Fol-lowed by 5th annual Southwesternanthropological conference at thecanyon.14 Annual fiesta and Corn dance,Cochiti Indian Pueblo, N. M.15 Moriarty Fiesta, Moriarty, NewMexico.18 Annual Timpanogos hike startsfrom Aspen Grove, near summitof Mt. Timpanogos, Utah.19 Punta de Agua fiesta, Willard,New Mexico.21-24 Utah Pioner Days, Ogden. Har-mon W. Peery, chairman.21-25 Utah Covered Wagon Days, SaltLake City. B. A. Reynolds, chair-man.22-AUG. 2 Navajo Crafts, a contem-porary exhibit presented by theNavajo Guilds at Museum ofNorthern Arizona,
25-26 St. James and St. Ann fiesta,Taos, New Mexico.26 Annual fiesta and dance,. SantaAna Indian Pueblo, N. M.31-AUG. 2 Flagstaff Charity Horseshow—"Glorifying the WesternHorse." Leo Weaver, secretary.
"Chuckcrwcdla," photo by Joe Orr, Los Angeles,
Prize winning pictures in May
Current events on the desertElephant Rock, by THEODORE JEROME . .May temperatures on the DesertMission to Ch'ool'i'iBy RICHARD VAN VALKENBERGH . . .Visitor From a Distant Plane':By H. H. NININGERGold Hunters Are Like That!By CHARLES KELLYA test of your desert knowledge'Beauty is not in faces, But in the hearts of men'By PHIL K. STEPHENS
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Desert Refuge, by MARSHAL SOUTH .When Hollywood Comes to the DesertBy ETHEL S. CAPPS
Rattlesnake Skins are My HobbyBy HELEN PRATT
Writers of the Desert
Here and There on the Desert
Prize contest announcement
and other reviews
Gems and Minerals—Edited by ARTHUR L. EATON . .
Briefs from the desert region
Comment from Desert Magazine readers
Announcement for July
Just Between You and Me, by the Editor .
"Desert Silversmith," and other poems .
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