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This is Miss Isabel Million of Knoxville, Tenn.. who invented the dolls with the dried apple faces. She carves the face in an apple, which is then dried and preserved by a secret process, so that all the lines of the human face become as real as they are on her models. iescen of Johnny Appleseed. ?.*???? ?IM?**' ->???????*????? ??'??4 ? nan- ? ? ?? ???#?????' ? if .?*.?*?*?????***?" Old Poke Crouch of Greasy Cove, and his woman Cordie. They spend their time rai-in?? hawgs and orphans. Poke's official calling is thnt of shoemaker, while Cordie is rated the demon matchmaker of the township / ?? 1.. ? r /' 1 ? 1 11111 .'? .1 '. ./ Rhody Guinn, who makes rag carpets, 1*. < s<>.p and gathers " yarbs for a liMiu'. She is saving up to buy " store teeth." Tobe Lemmons of Smoky Cove, is shown to the left. He's just po' white trash, with a mis? ery in his chist which prevents him from making an honest living just strong enough to peddle licker. Laviney Rupe of Turkey Egg Cove. Note, please, her crafty expression- acquired from being ceaselessly on the lookout for revenue officers. Viney's old man is a moonshiner. On the right. Miss Susie Adams, the village seamstress, caught on her way to the First Pres? byterian Church. She hasn't missed a Sunday, nor a funeral, in forty years. -J Harve Hawkins and his old woman. Sairy Ann. He's the county's best known tater and melon fancier, and his income is pieced by Sairy Ann's quilting efficiency. NX- here the apple-doll models live. These cabin quarters on the right form the domi? cile of the real 1 larve Hawkins, whose daughter and grand? daughter are s?;?-n in the midst of their week's wash.