Articles in regional publications that pertain to a wide range of North Carolina-related topics.
for The State Vol. 7 Issue 9, July 1939
Currently viewing results 1 - 3
Richard Bond, born William Clement Haentzschel, was among the important players in 20th Century-Fox's new release, \"Boy Friend.\" Bond was born in Conover, North Carolina and made his way to California as a screen actor. \"Boy Friend\" is his most promising role yet.
In Salemburg, Sampson County, two institutions of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Jones are accomplishing marvelous results. Pineland College for girls and young women was established in 1925 and the Edward Military Institute was organized in 1935.
J. Grayson Neal is a hosiery manufacturer in Marion. In the winter Neal goes to Florida to compete in fishing tournaments, such as the International Tarpon Tournament, where he took first prize in 1935. He holds a number of records and recently caught a 521-pound sea bass with a rod-and-reel. It is the largest sea bass ever caught with that type of equipment.