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for The State Vol. 23 Issue 13, Nov 1955
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The Northwest North Carolina Development Association had its beginning in 1953 when Archie K. Davis, senior vice-president of the Wachovia Bank and Trust Company invited some 40 leaders from nine counties to attend a meeting, the purpose of which was to discuss problems of regional importance. The Association has sought to promote agricultural development, industrial development, community development, and travel/recreational development in the area.
The McNish clan of Wayah Valley, North Carolina hunts wild boars, but they don't use guns. They hunt with bows and arrows, which is one of the most dangerous of all sports. The clan has set several records and been the organizers of multiple archery associations.
This is the last section of the Mouzon Map and shows mostly South Carolina and Georgia territory. It finishes out the corner of North Carolina around the Tryon section, in the vicinity of Green and Pacolet rivers.
deLue, the travel editor of the Boston Globe, continues his trip through eastern North Carolina, this time stopping in Morehead City. He briefly describes what he observed on the forty-mile bus ride from New Bern to the city and concentrates the majority of the article on the activities at the Morehead City Port.