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for The State Vol. 16 Issue 24, Nov 1948
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Scholastic standards in North Carolina were best exemplified in Miss Mark's kindergarten class. It was not only highly regarded within the state but also nationally regarded as one of the best programs for youngsters. The article discusses specifics of the program's curriculum including an emphasis on the book and audio library as well as instruments for the children to express their creativity.
Friedens Church was one of the oldest Lutheran churches in the South. It was established in 1745 by German immigrants moving westward. The church has undergone several renovations due to age and natural disaster; the contemporary church was built across the street from the historic site in 1939.