National Affairs: Living at Home

Three years ago Governor Oliver Max Gardner gave North Carolina the "live-at-home" movement. Last week the North Carolina Press Association gave Governor Gardner a "live-at-home" dinner at the State College at Raleigh. Except for salt, pepper, sugar and coffee the menu was entirely North Carolinian: shrimps from Southport, clams from Wilmington, turkeys from Durham, sausages from Kinston, mushrooms from Charlotte, onions from Wilson, corn (pone) meal from Maxton, milk from Pinehurst, walnuts from Madison County, pecans from Lumberton. Lucky Strikes from Reidsville, Chesterfields from Durham. Among the favors were knitted underwear from...

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