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195411 Desert Magazine 1954 November

195411 Desert Magazine 1954 November

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OUR FREE CATALOG NO. 542 IS THE
WORLD'S LARGEST CATALOG
of
JEWELRY PARTS
HERE ARE
A
FEW TYPICAL ITEMS
LIBERAL DISCOUNT
TO
ESTABLISHED DEALERS
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY FROM STOCK
No.
6-1
BAIL,
NO PEG
Cementing
to
Baroque GemsSterling Silver
or
Gold Filled4
for
$1.00-$2.25
doz.
No.
14-4
BELL CAP—NEW IMPROVED
Cementing
to
Baroque GemsRhodium, Gold
or
Copper Plated
$1.30
per doz.
MINERALS
FOR
"ATOMIC ENERGY"
By Robert
D.
Niningerof
U.S.
Atomic Energy Commission
To
be
published late September,
1954
$7.50 per copy
This
is a
complete handbook
1o
prospectingfor atomic energy minerals written
by the
Deputy Asst. Director
for
Exploration
of the
Atomic Energy Commission.
No.
39-1
KEY RINGGold
or Rho-
dium Plated4
for
$1.00
$2.25
doz.
No.
43-16
EARWIRES
Rhodium
or
Gold Plated
$1.25
doz.
No.
77-0
—Pendant
Mtg.
1fix25
mm.
oval.
S. S.
Rhodium
PI.
Si.2.">
ea.$11.25
do/..Ster. Sil. (Polished—noplate) $1 ca.—$10.50
&/,.
Gold Plated 50c ea.—
$4.60
doz.
No.
65-4 —
Brooch
MtR.Same as above but with-out ring and with pinfor wearing as a brooch.Sterling Silver RhodiumPlated
$1.50
ca.—$15 dz.Gold Plated $1.00 ea.$9.50 doz.
No.
45-2
EARWIRESSensational new type. Holdswell and is comfortableSterling Silver
$1.40
pr. S7.00 doz. piecesGold PlatedSI.20 pr. —
$6.00
doz. pieces
No.
59-2
BUTTON BACK
Flat disc
W
with solderedon
ring.
Rhodium
or
Gold Plated
$1.35
dozen
No.
67-13
CUFF LINK MOUNTING
1/2" discOur largest sellerFor Cementing BaroqueGems. Rhodium
or
Gold Plated
60c
pair—
$3.00
doz.
pieces
No.
67-17
CUFF LINK MOUNTINGS
Holds stones securely
Nickel
or
Gilt Plated80c
pr—
$4.00
doz. pcs.
With pinback
and
Safety CatchRhodium
or
Gold Plated4
for
$1.00-$2.00
doz.
No.
92-4
FLEUR-DE-LIS
With PinbackGold
or
Rhodium Plated4
for
$1.00-$2.25
doz.
No.
87-3
TIE
BAR
MOUNTING
With
V2"
disc
for
Cementing
to
BaroqueGems. This
and our No. 67-13
Cuff Mount-ings Match.Rhodium
or
Gold
PI.
50c
ea.
$4.50
doz.
No.
21-11 CHAIN
Gold, Rhodium
or
Copper Plated
50c
ft.-10
ft.
$3.00
No.
7-5/16"
5/16" diameter
BEAD
(TWO
HOLES)
All sizes availableSterling Silver
$1.25
dozen
OVAL
AND
ROUND JUMP RINGS
Sterling Silver
or
Gold Filled.
54-4
35c
doz.—$1
.50
gross
No.
55-17
35c
doz.
$2.00
grossWe stock
all
sizes
No.101-3
SPRING RINGS
7mm.
diameter'Sterling Silver
or
Gold Filled
$1.25
doz.
Copper Plated
80c
doz.—
$8.00
gross
Gold Filled Wire
for
Baroque Gems
16
ga.-- 5 ft.
$1.60
18 ga.-lO
ft.
$1.95
20 ga.-lO
ft.
$1.30
22 ga.-lO
ft.
$1.00
24 ga.-lO
ft. $
.75
26 ga.—10
ft. $
.60
We Stock
a
Complete Lineof Copper Jewelry PartsPlease
add 10%
Federal Excise
Tax to all
items listed except
G. F.
Wire
and
Copper ItemsCalifornia Residents
Add 3%
Sales Tax—Postage ExtraOUR STORE
IS
COMPLETELY
AIR
CONDITIONED
GRIEGER'S
1633 E.
WALNUT
ST. •
PASADENA
4,
CALIFORNIA
OUR STORE
IS
OPEN EVERY
DAY
EXCEPT SUNDAY FROM
8:30 TO 5:00.
PHONE
SY.
6-6423
DESERT MAGAZINE
 
DESERT CALENDAR
Nov.
1 —
Ceremonial Dances, TaosIndian Pueblo, Procession
at
Dawn,Santa
Fe, New
Mexico.Nov. 2—All Soul's
Day,
MemorialDay
in
Spanish villages,
New
Mexico.Nov. 5-15—Arizona State Fair, StateFair Grounds, Phoenix, Arizona.Nov. 6-7—Colorado River Roundup,Parker, Arizona.Nov. 6-7—Sierra Club Camping
in
Devil's Punch Bowl
and Big
RockCreek, California.Nov. 6-7—Sierra Club Hike
to
BlackMountain; camp site
at
Last ChanceCanyon, California.Second Week
in
Nov.—Snow Bowlopens.
Flagstaff,
Arizona.Nov.
11-14 —
Annual Death ValleyEncampment, Death Valley, Cali-fornia.Nov. 12—St. James
Day
Fiesta
and
Harvest Corn Dance
at
Tesque
and
Jemez Pueblos. Santa
Fe, New
Mexico.Nov.
13-14 —
Annual Weed Show,High School, Twentynine Palms.California.Nov.
13-14 —
Sierra Club DesertCamping
and
Song-Fest. Cotton-wood Springs, California.Nov. 13-18—Ogden Livestock Show,Ogden, Utah.Nov.
17-19 —
Southwestern MedicalAssn. Convention, Paso
del
NorteHotel,
El
Paso, Texas.Nov. 20-21—Elks' Rodeo. Victorville,California.Nov. 20-21—Rodeo,
Ajo,
Arizona.Nov.
20-21 —
Sierra Club KnapsackHike
up San
Jacinto Escarpment,California.Nov. 23—Finish
of
Fifth
Pan
Ameri-can Road Race starting
at
Guate-malan Border,
El
Paso, Texas.Nov. 25—Desert
Sun
Rancher's
Ro-
deo,
Wickenburg, Arizona.Nov. 25-28
Sierra Club Hike
of
Telescope, Sentinel, Porter Peaks,Butte Valley, California.After First Frost—Navajo
.
Reserva-tion, Navajo "Yei-be-chi"
and
FireDance,
New
Mexico.Late November—Zuni Pueblo,
"Sha-
lako" Ceremonies
and
HouseDances, Santa
Fe, New
Mexico.September through December
1 —
"Awatovi Murals" exhibition.
Mu-
seum
of
Northern Arizona. Flag-
staff,
Arizona.
Volume
17
COVERCALENDARREUNIONFIELD TRIPLOST MINEPERSONALITYPOETRYGEOGRAPHYFICTIONEXPERIENCECONTESTNATUREPHOTOGRAPHYPERSONALITYCLOSE-UPSLETTERSNEWSPUZZLEMININGLAPIDARYHOBBYCOMMENTBOOKSNOVEMBER,
1954
Number
11
Prospecting on the Rio Grande. Photo by JosefMuench, Santa Barbara, CaliforniaNovember events on the desert 3Death Valley Days 4Nature's Tumbled Gems at PisgahBy HAROLD O. WEIGHT 5Lost Gold of Indian GullyBy RUSS LEADABRAND 10Old Chief Tecopa of the Paiutes 12Desert Sunset, and other verses 13Legendary Lake of the PaiutesBy JANE ATWATER 14Hard Rock Shorty of Death Valley 18Life on the DesertBy GRACE M. WILTON 19Announcement of Photo Prizes 20Bird That "Sleeps" all WinterBy EDMUND C. JAEGER 21Pictures-of-the-Month 23He Rode with Buffalo BillBy WILLARD H. PORTER 24About those who write for Desert 25Comment by Desert's readers 26From Here and There on the Desert 27True or False Quiz 32Current news of desert mines 33Amateur Gem Cutter, by LELANDE QUICK . . 34Gems and Minerals 35Just Between You and Me, by the Editor ... 42Reviews of current Southwestern books ... 43
The Desert Magazine
is
published monthly
by the
Desert Press,
Inc.,
Palm
Desert,California. Re-entered
as
second class matter July
17, 1948, at the
postoffice
at
Palm Desert,California, under
the Act of
March
3,
187fl. Title registered
No.
358865
in U. S.
Patent Office,and contents copyrighted
1954 by the
Desert Press,
Inc.
Permission
to
reproduce contentsmust
be
secured from
the
editor
in
writing.BESS STACY, Business ManagerEVONNE RIDDKLL, Circulation ManagerANDALL HENDERSON, EditorDAVID
E.
ZANDER, Sales ManagerUnsolicited manuscripts
and
photographs submitted cannot
be
returned
or
acknowledgedunless full return postage
is
enclosed. Desert Magazine assumes
no
responsibility
for
damage
or
loss
of
manuscripts
or
photographs although
due
care will
be
exercised.
Sub-
scribers should send notice
of
change
of
address
by the
first
of the
month preceding Issue.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One Veal'
$3.50
Two
Years
$6.00Canadian Subscriptions
2.>o
Kxfra, Foveign
50c
ExtraSubscriptions
to
Army Personnel Outside
U. S. A.
Must
Be
Mailed
in
Conformity With
P.
O. D.
Order
No.
WBS7Address Correspondence
lo
I>eserl Magazine,
Palm Desert, California
NOVEMBER,
1954

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