Greensboro, NC -- She was born the same year that the first movie theatre opened in Los Angeles, Theodore Roosevelt was president, there were only 8000 cars in the United States and a first class stamp cost only two cents.
Today, Carrie Bell Rogers, the oldest of 12, celebrated her 110th birthday at the the Golden Living Center in Greensboro.
She was born in 1902, moved to Greensboro in the 30's, married and had three children. Today, she sat down with News 2 to discuss, well, whatever she wanted to. Enjoy.