Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The State Vol. 5 Issue 19, Oct 1937
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South High School in Winston-Salem adopted an unorthodox policy of student lead self-government. The 936 students are divided into different departments which are self-sufficient. The objective was to impart a sense of 'right and wrong' and the ability to responsibly act on that judgment. The Personal Relations Committee oversaw the self-government system it consisted of twenty students with one guy and one girl elected to lead the committee.
North Wilkesboro, founded in 1890 and located in Wilkes County, is featured in The State's series on North Carolina cities. Among the topics are farming and the Champion Poultry Farm, the school system, industry, and a very progressive Kiwanis Club.