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for The State Vol. 20 Issue 7, July 1952
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In 1824 through 1825, Jesse Bynum and Robert Potter campaigned for election to the North Carolina House of Commons. Won by Bynum, the competitors bickered and fought relentlessly until Bynum renounced the position, backing local tavern-keeper, Dixie Fenner.
Cone Mills Corporation is engaged in a program aimed at modernizing and brightening a 1,400-acre mill village, located in Greensboro, North Carolina. Costing upwards of $2,500,000, the project began in 1947 and comprises twenty percent of the city's land.