National Geographic : 1941 Aug
U nationall ueograpnic Society odtoaacnrome by J. tbaylor itoperts "Take Keer, Datter, She's Aloaded" When this resident of Cataloochee Valley was as young as the girl, his rifle meant more to him than money. It brought wild game to his table, helped clothe him, and kept marauders out of his vegetable patch. With ForsythiaComes the Call ofthe Outdoors Blossoming in the first warm days ofMarch, the golden spikes signal the passing of the "melancholy days" of winter. Long stretches ofNorth Carolina highways are bordered with flowering shrubs and trees.