National Geographic : 1937 Jul
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE BAYFIELD'S HARDY STRAWBERRY PLANTS YIELD FRUIT UNTIL SNO\\ FLIES Breezes from chilly Lake Superior retard the Bayfield crop and cause it to ripen after the normal season's peak. From then until winter sets in, farmers can get a good price for their big, firm berries. which, like cherries, apples, cranberries, and other fruits, thrive in Wisconsin soil. W ivanonal treograpnic society MInlay photographs by B. Anthony Stewart KETTLES ARE DIPPED IN GAY-COLORED PAINT TO MATCH ULTRAMODERN KITCHENS Gone are the days when the pot could call the kettle black. In a bath of red pigment, at Sheboygan, the staid old utensil takes on a fiery hue. Austrian artisans brought the enameling industry to this Wisconsin town more than 50 years ago.