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for The State Vol. 15 Issue 19, Oct 1947
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For almost a quarter of a century, Captain Harry Weeks has been putting pilots aboard ships that are bound up the Cape Fear River to Wilmington.
National Park and Forest officials have completed arrangements for the public to get an unobstructed view of the most colorful show on earth this fall, from the top of America. The five-mile section of the Blue Ridge Parkway on Pisgah Mountain will be opened to the public for the first time since the war.
The business of keeping bees involves a slight occupational hazard: you have to risk getting stung now and again. That's one reason why C. C. Thompson of State Road, near Elkin, North Carolina, has practically no competition.
The number of Confederate veterans has been gradually diminishing, and today there are only four left in North Carolina, together with an African American body-servant.
Remarkable as has been its progress in the past, Concord continues to move forward at a rapid pace, and its future growth and progress are definitely assured.