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for The State Vol. 7 Issue 52, May 1940
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The 200th anniversary celebration of Black River Chapel will take place June 2. The church is located one mile from Ivanhoe, Sampson County. Black River Chapel is one of the outstanding historic edifices in the state. It was the cradles of Presbyterianism in eastern North Carolina and the center and rallying place for culture and evangelism for that territory drained by the waters of Colvin's Creek, Moore's Creek, and Black River.
In one of the Camel cigarettes factories of the R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Company in Winston-Salem, North Carolina you will find intricate and amazing machinery and equipment. Each cigarette is rolled by a machine and then hand inspected, while another machine puts the cigarettes into a package and adds a label.
In western North Carolina an azalea garden is being created on Biltmore Estate near Asheville. It is a fitting memorial to Chauncey Delos Beadle, superintendent of the estate for fifty years and who executed the extensive landscaping pattern drafted by the architect, Frederick Law Olmstead.