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193809 Desert Magazine 1938 September

193809 Desert Magazine 1938 September

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SEPTEMBER, 1938
 
IT'S SO GLORIOUSLY
HEN the thermometer"sees red" and "Old Sol" beatsdown unmercifully, keep inmind that you can reach California'sSummer Capitol within a few hours'drive. Cool, invigorating breezes anda tumbling surf provide the ideal tonic.You can sail, fish, swim and tan to adeep bronze. You can loiter on the"Walk of a Thousand Lights" and strollalong the palisades with the Pacificbathed in the moonlight below. Andyou can sleep in such
cool
comfort!Rentals and living costs are surprisinglylow.
lor Reii/nl Details, Living Costs, anil Other VacationInformation, Write ti) BECKONEERS, Long Beach,
Calif.
 
CREED OF THE DESERT
By
JUNE
LE
MERT PAXTON
Dr. Yerba Santa and Dr. SquawTeaOffer their service, asking narya fee;While ol' Doc Sage always is handySteeping a brew that beats anybrandy.
DESERT
AUG. 27—Arizona Small Mine Oper-ators'association
to
hold jamboree
at
Prescott, Arizona.SEPT. 2—Annual fiesta
and
dance.Acoma pueblo,
New
Mexico.SEPT. 2—Fall semester opens
at New
Mexico State college
at Las
Cruces.SEPT. 3-5—Rock climbers
of
SierraClub
of
California will make annualclimb
up
east face
of Mt.
WhitneyHoward Koster, leader.SEPT. 3-5—Dig-N-Dogie Days
at
King-man, Arizona. Round-up
of
mine
and
range sports.SEPT. 3-5—Rodeo
at
Price, Utah.SEPT. 3-5—Annual fiesta
at
Santa
Fe,
New Mexico.SEPT. 3-5—Rodeo
at
Winnemucca,
Ne-
vada.SEPT. 4-5—Annual Labor
Day
stam-pede
at
Duchesne, Utah.SEPT. 4-5—Amateur rodeo
at
Winslow,Arizona.SEPT. 6—Harvest dance,
San
Ildefonso,New Mexico.SEPT.
8-10 —
Beaver county fair
at
Beaver, Utah.SEPT. 8-10—Rodeo
at
Vernal, Utah.SEPT. 9-11—Navajo county fair
at Hol-
brook, Arizona.SEPT. 12-14—Rodeo
at
Logan, Utah.SEPT. 15—Jicarilla encampment, Apachedances
and
ceremonies, Horse Lake,New Mexico.SEPT. 15-17—Rodeo
at
Provo, Utah.SEPT 16—American Legion tour
to
visitGrand Canyon
of
Arizona.SEPT. 16-18
Navajo fair, WindowRock, Arizona.SEPT. 17-18-—New Mexico Kennelclub's
dog
show
at
Santa
Fe.
SEPT. 18-20—Lea county fair
and
rodeo, Lovington,
New
Mexico.SEPT. 19—St. Joseph's
Day,
dance,Laguna pueblo,
New
Mexico.SEPT. 22-25—Nevada state fair
at
Fallon.SEPT. 23-24—Otero county fair,
Ala-
mogordo,
New
Mexico.SEPT. 28-30—Annual assembly, Orderof Beauceant
at
Albuquerque,
New
Mexico.SEPT. 29-30—Bi-state fair
at
Clovis,New Mexico.SEPT. 30—Frank
A.
Schilling, presi-dent
of the
Nature Club
of
SouthernCalifornia
to
lecture
on
flora
of
Cali-fornia
and
Arizona deserts
at
SierraClub headquarters
in Los
Angeles,7:30
p.m.
SEPT. 30—Fiesta
de San
Geronimo
at
Taos,
New
Mexico.
Vol.1SEPTEMBER. 1938
No.
11COVERCALENDARPHOTOGRAPHYPERSONALITYREPTILESPRIZESHISTORYGEMSRECREATIONHOMESCAMERA ARTMYSTERYRANGETALL TALESWEATHERLETTERSPOETRYNEWSLANDMARKSFICTIONBOOKSCONTRIBUTORSPLACE NAMESMININGCOMMENT
Sidewinder, Photo by James M. Dannaldsonand Harold Allport, Jr.September events on the desert 1Prize contest winner 2Padre of the Uncharted DesertBy ARTHUR WOODWARD 3Hunting SidewindersBy JAMES M. DANNALDSON 6Amateur Photographers' contest 7How Joshua Trees Were NamedBy DENNIS H. STOVALL 8Turquoise on the MojaveBy JOHN W. HILTON 9"I Caught a Trout - - "By MRS. WHITE MOUNTAIN SMITH .... 12House of 'dobeBy LON GARRISON 14"Feel" of the DesertPhoto by Wm. M. PENNINGTON 17"Say that I Kept My Dream"By HUGH LACY 18Story of the Range Told in Branding IronsBy RAYMOND F. LAW 21Prize winning hot weather storyBy CARLYLE ELLIS 24Temperature reports 24From readers of the Desert Magazine 25"Possessed" and other poems 27Here and There on the Desert 28Prize contest winner . ... . .30Hard Rock ShortyBy LON GARRISON
....".
30Reviews of past and present books of the desert . 32Writers of the Desert 33Compiled by TRACY M. SCOTT 34Brief notes of desert mine operations 35Just Between You and Me—by the Editor ... 36
The Desert Magazine
is
published monthly
by the
Desert Publishing Company,
597
State Street,
El
Centro, California. Entered
as
second class matter October
11, 1937 at the
post office
at El
Centro, California, under
the Act of
March
3, 1879.
Title registered
No.
358865
in U. S.
Patent Office,
and
contents copyrighted
1938 by
the Desert Publishing Company. Permission
to
reproduce contents must
be
secured fromthe editor
in
writing. Subscription rate $2.50
per
year
in U. S. A. or
possessions. Singlecopy
25
cents.RANDALL HENDERSON, EditorTAZEWELL
H.
LAMB, Associate EditorJ. WILSON McKENNEY, Business ManagerManuscripts
and
photographs submitted must
be
accompanied
by
full return postage.The Desert Magazine assumes
no
responsibility
for
damage
or
loss
of
manuscripts
or
photo,graphs although
due
care will
be
exercised
for
their safety. Subscribers should send noticeof change
of
address
to the
circulation department
by the
fifth
of the
month preceding
i»tu«.
SEPTEMBER,
1938

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