Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The State Vol. 4 Issue 11, Aug 1936
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Miss Inez Davis of Winston-Salem is among the first do be a part of the newest profession for young girls - the stewardess or hostess of modern transport planes. One of the requirements for the new position is that the applicant must be a graduate registered nurse, but once in the position, it affords an opportunity to not only travel but meet people, even celebrities.
There are many unsolved mysteries found in the Blue Ridge Mountains. Among them are the Singing Stones of Chimney Rock and the old Rumbling Bald Mountain, which towers over Lake Lure, close to Chimney Rock and the Bottomless Pools. Henderson discusses some of the theories that have been advanced to explain them.
Murphy continues his series of articles about North Carolinians who achieved political success at the local and national level in other states, Illinois, Indiana, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, and New York.
Roberts describes the activities of the Mars Hill College Baseball Club, which, in 1891, was the first college ball team to play in western North Carolina.