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As an example of the growth of industrialization in North Carolina, the work of C.M. Guest and Sons shows how careful study and planning have allowed the completion of projects throughout the state. C.M. Guest and Sons has completed industrial buildings for textiles, paper, silk companies, among many others.
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30198
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In 1949, the United States national debt amounted to over $251 billion, but by the end of 1952 it is expected to reach over $275 billion. Government bonds of over $3 billion will also come due in 1952, and cost of federal state and local governments have gone beyond the safety limit of 25 percent of the entire national income.
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30197
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The North Carolina State Highway hard-surfaced over 4,000 county roads throughout the state in 1951. This was 82 percent of the 12,000 mile goal set by the Governor in 1949.
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Mary Franklin is the manager of Fayetteville, North Carolina's Henebry's Jewelry Store. Along with involvement in the civic affairs of the area, Franklin is also busy acquiring knowledge of the business, dealing with gold, silver, crystal, china, and precious jewels.
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