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for The State Vol. 41 Issue 7, Dec 1973
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Al Bohanan of Gastonia, North Carolina traveled Russia and Eastern Europe hunting consumers for his precision machinery firm, Bohanan Industries, Inc. His journey was part of a North Carolina trade mission to the Communist bloc, the first from the Southeast since the new era of positive Soviet-American relations began.
Bob Monte designs complex paper model replicas of notable landmarks around the world that include precise details of a one foot equals two hundred feet scale. His kits are sold at historic sites and museums including the Smithsonian.
The first intercolonial roadway through North Carolina completed in 1727, roughly paralleled U.S. 17. Most of the principal towns and tourist goals which attract north-south travelers along the Coastal Highway today were already stopping places in pre-Revolutionary times.
At Pfeiffer College in Misenheimer students participate yearly in staging a Shakespearean play, on little to no budget where students act, direct, and produce. TWELFTH NIGHT was performed, supervised by English Department faculty Melicent Huneycutt.