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for The State Vol. 19 Issue 16, Sept 1951
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There was plenty of excitement in Raleigh back in 1831 when the State House, Library, and several private residences were destroyed in the burning of the state capitol.
The Belltones of Chapel Hill made the first recording of \"Way Up in North Carolina,\" a song whose popularity is climbing up the Billboard charts.
In celebration of Jackson County's 100th birthday, citizens participated in pageants and came to hear distinguished speakers.
From early September through a generous part of November, North Carolina offers a quality of sport which has made this state famous among fishermen all over the world. The channel bass gather at the mouths of the inlets of the Outer Banks and again feed through the surf sloughs which pit that sandy barrier.
Mr. Ernest P. Sauls started out as a one-horse farmer in Panther Branch Township, Wake County. Now he is a master farmer, owns 12 farms, cultivates 600 acres, and drives a Cadillac.