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for The State Vol. 3 Issue 2, June 1935
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Mr. W. R. Kiger organized his first Sunday school service at the North Carolina Sanatorium in October 1929. By 1935 services expanded to include all patients, even bed-ridden people could partake by putting on bed-side headphones that broadcast the services. Sunday school teacher duties rotate weekly between staff members: Mr. C. C. Moss, Mr. F. L. Eubanks, Mr. J. M. Gibson, and Dr. A. L. Ormond.
The Great Smoky Mountains National Park displaced folks who remained relatively untouched by society in the 1930s. Citizens most affected by the park were located between the Ocona Luftee and Nantahala rivers. In this frontier, many people lived in humble log cabins and practiced historic trades such as weaving with a loom.
Thomas Pollock, described as a \"man of wealth, ability, and influence,\" was the second governor of North Carolina. Among his principal accomplishments were the subjugation of hostile Indian tribes, restoration of religion freedom, and the laying out of the city of Beaufort.