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for The State Vol. 10 Issue 46, Apr 1943
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Co-eds at the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina in Greensboro no longer worry about the problem of locating an orchestra when the date for a big dance rolls around. They have found the answer to the music question in the new all-girl band organized by Cherry Folger of White Plains, New York.
Quite a number of the liberty ships coming off the docks at Wilmington are being named for famous North Carolinians such as Virginia Dare, Zebulon B. Vance, Flora Macdonald, James K. Polk, and many more.
Since there are no more daffodil bulbs coming to the United States from Holland due to the War, scores of North Carolina farmers are making a profitable business out of growing these flowers.
Although Moore County grows more peaches than any other county in the state and is known nationwide for its golf resorts, there is industry there. The county's biggest industry is the Pinehurst Cloth Mills at Hemp. Other industries include the Aberdeen Hosiery Mill, the Aberdeen Sand Company, Coca-Cola Bottling Company, the Carthage Weaving Company, and the Sandhill Furniture Company.