National Geographic : 1942 Jul
The National Geographic Magazine Volkmar Wentzel Mayfield Has One of the Strangest Family Burying Lots in the World In Maplewood Cemetery are the Woolridge .monuments, erected by Henry C. Woolridge, who accumu lated a large fortune as horse trader and breeder. The life-size figures represent his family, including two girl friends of his youth, his favorite dogs, a deer, a fox, and other animals. Staff Photographer I. Anthony Stewart A Pikeville Bank Has Religious Service Each Morning Before Opening With the singing of hymns, the reading of a thought for the day, and a word of prayer, the workers prepare for their business duties (page 73). John Yost, the banker (extreme left), has installed broad casting facilities and often sends out special programs.