National Geographic : 1944 Nov
Mindanao, on the Road to Tokyo 565 Btan rilolograpner J. iraylor tooerts On a Plank Road a Hardwood Titan Started Its Long Journey to the U. S. A. Some of Mindanao's woods are so hard they are used for bearings, others so light they serve as fish-net floats. Striving for light, some trees stretch 250 feet from canyon floors (page 566). Ruth Allen Moro Schoolgirls Learn to Read, as Well as to Sing and Dance Daughters of wealthy Lake Lanao families wear gold coins as blouse buttons. As Moslems, they must dress modestly. As an alternate to the topknot, hair style permits a long loop over one ear.