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for The State Vol. 10 Issue 35, Jan 1943
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Many towns and communities can boast that George Washington \"slept here.\" In Winston-Salem, the Salem Tavern, that still exists in North Carolina, once entertained the Father of Our Country, and for two nights at that.
Greensboro College, on the grounds of the ancient academy built at Guilford, has refused to succumb to the difficulties of its buildings being destroyed by fire, and has emerged as one of the great educational institutions of the south.
In order to promote the beauty of North Carolina's state capital, the Raleigh Park and Recreation Commission decided to plant cannas, an iris-like flower, throughout the city for a unique beautification program.