Woman's Viewpoint Editor
K. L. BOYNTON,
Volume 33, Number 5
THE COVER:Backed up by the GlenCanyon Dam, the ColoradoRiver forms Lake Powellwhose waters cover 186miles between the Utahand Arizona border andare surrounded by brilliantsandstone cliffs and fan-tastic formations. Photo byPatricia Sager.
INSCRIPTIONS AT WILLOW SPRINGSDESERT HANGUPLAKE POWELL ADVENTURESPANISH GOLD IN THE HENRYSA MAN ... HIS MONUMENTS ... HIS MISSIONTHROUGH UTAH'S BACK COUNTRYARCHES OF WHITE MESARUINS OF TALL HOUSE
by Mildred Hooperby K. L. Boyntonby Jack Pepperby Joyce Rocktvoodby Bill Knyvettby Ronald Sbofnerby Jack Pepperby Milo Bird
A PEEK IN THE PUBLISHER'S POKERAMBLING ON ROCKSBOOK REVIEWSDESERT GARDENINGCALENDAR OF WESTERN EVENTSWOMAN'S VIEWPOINTLETTERS
by William Knyvettby Glenn and Martha Vargasby Jack Pepperby Eric JohnsonClub Activitiesby Joleen A. RobisonReader's Comments
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