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for The State Vol. 4 Issue 13, Aug 1936
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In 1756 a handful of hardy pioneers assembled neat what is now the northern boundary of Greensboro and founded the Buffalo Presbyterian Church. Next Saturday and Sunday will mark its 180th anniversary. The members of the church have preserved most of the data in connection with the establishment and progress of the church.
Murphy continues his series of articles about North Carolinians who achieved political success at the local and national level in other states, including South Carolina and Tennessee.
Wilson and Greenville boast of their tobacco markets; Wallace claims distinction in the amount of strawberries raised; and Aurora ships more Irish potatoes than any other community. However, the small town of Turkey in Sampson County exports more peppers than any other place in the world, and it has held that record for the last ten years.
Gaston County is featured in The State magazine's community profile. Among the topics are the textile industry, the River Bend Power Plant owned by the Duke Power Plant, and the cities of Mount Holly, Cherryville, Lowell, Bessemer City, and Belmont.