AGRICULTURAL FEATURE OF
SOlTTHKtN PINES, N. C, FRIDAY. JUNE 12. 1936
EL. H«l«n Ram
sey, 16, poses fot«
Sculptor L a w-
rence Tenney Ste
vens as he works
on his symbolic
acy” for the Tex
as Centennial Ex
opened June 6 at
ROBINS HOLLYDAY, Eas
ton, Md., flew in an airplane
to photograph Talbot County
to prove pictorially it’s one of
the greatest watershed farm
ing communities in the nation
Kasliiii Star l)<'tiii>crnt photo
(AImv*). First to rwgiatar, seeur* a
numbar and tattooing outfit for bis
ohiekona is this young West Virginia
poultryntan, ChaHas Daniai, Cabali
County. J, B. McLaugblin, CommiS'
sionar of Agriculture, reoeives th« ap-
plieation as F. B. CroeCHe looks on.
(Left). Meet their highnesses King
John I (John Sneed Williams) and
Queen Mary Ann Pbston, in their garh
as rulers of the famous Memphis Cot
ton Carnival. (World Wide Photo).
(Right). Tha Qray Line grows short
er as theae Confederate veterans maroh
between lines of Cadets at Memorial
Day servioee in Atlanta.
2!i: . ' ‘ ^
"MAMMA, what’re you
doin’?” At least the
thoughtful air of this
Tennessee bred colt in
North Carolina indi
cates he wonders what
it’s all about.
PONDEROUS PACHYDERMS per
form for the photographer in a
perfect pyramid in English circus
training quarters. The big show
can’t do without elephants in Great
Britain any more than it can here.