THE STATE FARMER SECTION
QUIXOTE (above) keeps Par
amount starlet Virginia Weidler
busy. Her pet burro is one of many
playmates in her studio backyard.
fRiqht). Melons, corn, tomatoes—
or what ir yo j have? This curb mar
ket m McMinnville, Tenn., shows
what the average county seat town
can do in the way of such sales
REEL BATTLE. Tribesmen
sweep down on the Foreign
Legion in the 20th Century
Fox production, “Under Two
Flags." Looks real, doesn't it?
OLD MAN RIVER in miniature, rampages and all,
is constructe^J by the U. S. Army Engineers at Vicksburg,
Va., to learn vital flood control lessons. The laboratory
covers 225 acres and includes an 80-acre lake. (Acino)
ES. The Pickens
Sisters, born on a
plantation near Ma
con, are heard reg
ularly on NBC pro
grams. Like their
COMMEMORATING the birthplace of the
Rhode Island Red breed of fowl, this'monument
stands at Adamsvilie, Rhode Island.
(Wide World Plioto).
DOUBLING UP. Her«s
a pair of chicks who
grew up in a bottle. L.
0. Jacobs, Nashville, put
them in, fed them, and
when they grew up, cut
holes in the sides. They
are oui now, and
WEED GROWERS such as these
6,000 at Raleigh, N. C., demand a
special session of the General As
sembly to pass an act enabling the
state to join Virginia, South Caro
lina and Georgia in a flue-cured to
bacco production pact.
COTTON WEEK is ob
served for the sixth
time, June 1-6. Part of
Raleigh’s 4-mile parade
as part of the Annual