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for The State Vol. 7 Issue 6, July 1939
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Dr. Eugene C. Brooks has done extraordinary work on behalf of the progress of education in North Carolina. Not only was Brooks a teacher, principal, and superintendent, he also served as Secretary for the committee to arouse public conscience to the necessity for a worthwhile public school system, and became President of State College in 1923.
In Raleigh, Miss Helen Kirven runs a very special school for children. It is a school for children with \"nervous\" conditions due to defective pituitary glands or other causes. Miss Kirven is doing outstanding work helping these children overcome problems with muscular action or psychological troubles.
Bill Sharpe, a somewhat obscure newspaperman beyond his home territory of Winston-Salem, has become known in the last two years all over North Carolina and throughout the country. On July 1, 1937, Governor Clyde Hoey appointed him head of the News Bureau of the State Advertising Commission which was then in the Department of Conservation and Development. This article describes Sharpe's work as the state's top publicist.
Lawrence recounts the life of Lindsay Warren of Beaufort County, who was a noted lawyer, state legislator and U.S. Congressman.