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for The State Vol. 15 Issue 21, Oct 1947
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Six year old Bobby Nell Cooper finds the hills of rural Wilkes County a distinct contrast to the bright lights of Beverly Hills and Hollywood, where she has captured the hearts of stage and move audiences since she was a tiny tot and appeared repeatedly on the radio.
Located in the South Mountains, not very far from Morganton, Walker's Top is one of the most isolated communities to be found anywhere in North Carolina.
The first North Carolinian ever to become a member of the Metropolitan Grand Opera Company, Norman Cordon has had an interesting and profitable musical career.
Salisbury ranks high among the progressive and fast-growing cities of North Carolina, thanks to its location and the fine spirit of its citizens.