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193711 Desert Magazine 1937 November[1]

193711 Desert Magazine 1937 November[1]

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THEMAGAZINE
NOVEMBER,
1937
25 CENTS
 
GIVE...
A Year
of
Pleasure...
to your desert-loving friendsat Christmas time.. . . with a year's subscrip-tion to theDESERT MAGAZINE
We are more than gratified at the enthusiastic and en-couraging response which you
and
your neighborsexpressed when the Desert Magazine was placed onsale for the first time last month. We are convinced thatyou are proud of the magazine and that you like toshow it to your friends.PersonalityScienceHistoryTravelogsDevelopmentHobbiesNatureMiningFictionHomesBooksComment. . . and manyother featureseach month.You can find no better gift expressing the spirit of the desert you love than asubscription to this magazine—sent to your friend at Christmas time.On receipt of your subscription remittance we will send an acknowledge-ment to you and we will prepare a gift card which will arrive at your friend'saddress at Christmas time.Just print or typewrite the names on a sheet of paper, together with yourname as donor and send it with your check to the DESERT MAGAZINE,El Centre
Calif.
ONE SUSCRIPTION (Regular rate), yearMailed in the United States or possessions.TWO or more GIFT SUBSCRIPTIONS, each one yearYour own subscription may be included in this combinationrate. Foreign subscriptions, add 40 cents each..$2.50
TH E
"PiPlL
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i n
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DESERT
(2a.LenJ.cLt
for November
Civic
groups in the desert
area
are invited to use this col-
umn
for announcing
fairs,
ro-
deos,
conventions and other
events
which have more than
mere
local interest. Copy must
reach
the Desert Magazine by
the
5th of the month preceding
publication.
There is no charge
for
these announcements.
OCTOBER 27—Deer sea-son opens in Kaibab forest.Closes November 15.OCTOBER 29, 30, 31—California newspaper editorsassemble at Lone Pine in Inyocounty as guests at three-dayprogram marking the openingof the new Mt. Whitney-DeathValley highway.OCTOBER 31—Nevada cel-ebrates its 73rd birthday.NOVEMBER 12—Indianfestivities mark observance ofSt. James day at TesuquePueblo, New Mexico.NOVEMBER 12—Fiesta ofSan Diego at Jemez Pueblo,New Mexico.NOVEMBER 14—Seasonopens for quail hunters inArizona. Closes December 15.NOVEMBER 15—Seasonopens for quail hunters in allCalifornia desert areas. ClosesDecember 31.NOVEMBER 15—Open sea-son for deer, wild turkey andbear closes in Arizona.(Opened October 15).NOVEMBER 16—Twenty-day season for Elk huntersopens in Arizona. Limited to300 resident and 50 non-resi-dent permits.NOVEMBER 17, 18, 19, 20—Spanish Fiesta days sponsoredby Elks lodge at Yuma, Ari-zona.NOVEMBER 18, 19, 20, 21—Annual Helzapopin celebra-tion at Buckeye, Arizona.NOVEMBER 22—Annualmeeting of Highway 66 asso-ciation at Amarillo, Texas.NOVEMBER 27—Openingof 30-day duck season author-ized by Presidential proclama-
tion.
Vol. INOVEMBER, 1937
No.
1COVERCALENDARPOETRYEDITORIALNATURESCIENCEPERSONALITYHISTORYTRAVELOGARTPHOTOGRAPHERTRAVELOGMININGDEVELOPMENTLANDMARKSFICTIONSNAP FANSHOMENEWSSENTIMENTBOOKSCOMMENTADVERTISERS
Sunset photo of Sahuaro taken near ApacheJunction, Arizona 1Current events in the desert country 3The Desert, God's Garden of PeaceNELLIE N. COFFMAN 4There Are Two Deserts 5
No.
1 Adventurer of the DesertDON ADMIRAL 6The Desert Under a MicroscopeJ. WILSON McKENNEY
7
He Helps Keep the Chuckawalla Desert DryRANDALL HENDERSON 9"Bold Emory"J. WILSON McKENNEY 10Looking Down from Nevada's 12,000-foot OasisRANDALL HENDERSON 12Navajo ShepherdessPHOTO BY WM. M. PENNINGTON 14The Feel of the DesertJOHN STEWART MacCLARY 15Lost Tree in a Lonely LandLILLIAN BOS ROSS 16Luck—Plus BrainsJONATHAN BART 18For This Army—8000 Grubbing HoesLARRY D. WOLMAN 20Who Knows the Story of This Arizona Land-mark?—Prize Contest 22Sez Hardrock ShortyLON GARRISON 23Prize Photograph Contest 24Sandstone Home 25Here and There on the Desert 30The ProspectorJEFF WORTH 34Reviews with a Southwest Background 35Just Between You and MeTHE EDITOR 38(Bless 'Em) 21 to 40
The
Desert Magazine is published monthly by Randall Henderson and J. Wilson McKenney, a
co-partnership,
at 597 State Street, El Cenrro, California. Application for entry as second class
matter
is
pending.
Title
registered,
contents copyrighted 1937 by the Desert Magazine. Permission to reproduce
contents
must be secured from the editor in
writing.
Subscription rate $2.50 a year. Copy 25
cents.
Editor: Randall Henderson
Business
Manager: J. Wilson McKenney
Advertising
Manager: Fred Kraft, Jr.
National
Advertising Representatives: S. H. Williams & Co., Inc., Los Angeles, San Francisco,
Chicago,
New York.
Manuscripts
and photographs submitted must be accompanied with full return postage. The
Desert
Magazine assumes no responsibility for damage or loss of manuscripts or photographs although
due
care will be exercised for their safety.
Subscribers
should send notice of change of address with new and old address and should be
received
by the circulation department the first of the month preceding
issue.
November,
1937

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