North Carolina. Secretary of State.

North Carolina manual [serial] (Volume 1939) online

. (page 1 of 18)
Online LibraryNorth Carolina. Secretary of StateNorth Carolina manual [serial] (Volume 1939) → online text (page 1 of 18)
Font size
QR-code for this ebook


p.



^91705

M07m






THE LIBRARY OF THE

UNIVERSITY OF

NORTH CAROLINA




THE COLLECTION OF
NORTH CAROLINIANA

PRESENTED BY

The Family of Alfred Nixon



C917.O5
N87m

1939
c.U



UNIVERSITY OF NC AT CHAPEL HILL



00017482403



This book is due on the last date stamped
below unless recalled sooner. It may be
renewed only once and must be brought to
the North Carolina Collection for renewal.



PUBLICATIONS OF THE

LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE LIBRARY



^



North Carolina Manual

. 1939




COMPILED AND EDITED
BY

H. M. LONDON

LEGISLATIVE REFERENCE LIBRARIAN

RALEIGH
1939





CALENDAR 1939






JANUARY


JULY


S M T W T F S


S M T W T F S


1 2


3


4


5


6


7


1






1


8 9


10


11


12


13


U


2 3 4i 5


6


7


8


l.i!l6


17


18


19


20


21


9!lO!ll!l2


13


14


15


22 [23


24


25


26


27


28


16|l7llH|l9


20


21


22


29 1 30

1


31










23|24l2:>l26

30!31| !


27


28


29


FEBRUARY


AUGUST


S M T W T F S


S M T W T F S






1


2


3


4


1 1 2 3 41 5


5 6


7


8


9


10


11


fi| 7 8 9 10 llll2


12 13


14


15


16


17


18


13|14|15|16;17 18|19


19120


21


22


23


24


25


20!21 22'23 24 2.>!2r)


2()l27|28










27i2s|29!30 31|


MARCH


SEPTEMBER


S M T W T F S


S M T W T F S






1


2


3


4










1 1


Q


5 6


7


8


9


10


11


3


4


.')


6


71 8


9


12 13


14


15


16


17


18


10


11


12


13


It 1 1 5


16


19 20


21


22


23


24


25


17


18


19


20


21|22


23


2fil27


28


29


30


31




24


25


26


27


2S'2!I


30



S M



AI'RIL

T W T F S



21 3| 4

9ll0|ll

16|17|18

23124125

301 I



61 7



28 29



S M



MAY

T W T F S



I 1
71 8
14115
21122123
28 '29 [30 31



OCTOBER
M T W T F S



1 1 21 31 41 5

8) 9|10|11|12

15|l6(l7|l8|l9

22l23l24l25!26

291301311 1

I I I I



7
14
21



NOVEMBER
S M T W T F S



27 19!20121122:23!24!25

26!27!28|29|30l |



JUNE
M T W T F S



I I

41 51 6

11112113

18|19t20

25 26 27



28129



1 11 21 3 4

5| 61 7| 8' 9ll0|ll

12!l3il4ll5 I();i7ll8



DECEMBER
S M T W T F S



3l 4' 5l 6| 7
10|ll!l2]l3ll4

17|18|19|20|21
24l25l26|27|28
31' ' ! 1



2
9

16
23

30



CALENDAR 1940



JANUARY








JULY






S M T W T F S


S M T W T F S


1 1


2


3


4


5


6




1


»>


3


4


5


6


7| 8


9


10


11


12


13


7


8


9


10


11


12


13


14115


16


17


18


19


20


14


15


16


17


18


19


20


21 22


23


24


25


26


27


21


22


23


24


25


26


27


28129


30


31








28


29


30


31








FEBRUARY


AUGUST


S M T W T F S


S M T W T F S


1




1


2


3








1


o


3


41 5 6


7


8


9


10


4


5 6


7


8


9


10


11112 13


14


15


16


17


11


12113


14


15


16


17


18 119 120


21


22


23


24


18


19|20


21


•>9


23


21


25 ; 26 1 27


28


29






25


26127


28


29


30


31



MARCH
M T W T



F S



SEPTEMBER
S M T W T F S



31 4
lOlll

17|18
24|25
31



27128



11 2! 31 41 5
81 9|10tllll2

15|16|17I18119
22|23!24|25l26
291301 I I
I I I I



14
21

28



APRIL
S M T W T F


S


S


OCTOBER
M T W T F


S


112 3 4 5
71 8 9 10 11 12

14!l5ll6tl7ll8 19
21l22l23|24i25 26

28l29|30l 1


6
13
20

27


6
13

20
27


7
14

21

28


1 2

8 9
15116
22 '23
29130


3
10
17
24
31


4
11
18
25


5
12
19
26


MAY






NOVEMBER





1 1


1


2


3


4


51 61 7


8


9


10


11


12113114


15


16


17


18


19;20l21


22


23


24


25


26127128


29


30


31





1






1


»>


31 4


5


6


7 8


9


10111


12


13


14115


16


17118


19


20


21122


23


24125


26


27


28129


311



JUNE
S M T W T



F S



I I I I I

2! 31 4l 5| 6| 7

9!l0lllll2ll3ll4

16ll7'18il9!20|21

23 1 24 1 25 1 26 127 28
30' '1



DECEMBER
S M T W T F S

7



ll 2! 3

81 9ll0

15116117

22123124

29 30131



4 5
11112
18119
25|26



14
21

28



PREFACE



This volume is issued by the North Carolina Legislative Ref-
erence Library in order to furnish in succinct form information
about the State, its government and institutions, which other-
wise would require much investigation in many different
sources. Unless otherwise stated, the data in each case is the
latest available.

Similar manuals were issued by the Secretary of State in
1903, 1905, and 1907, and by the North Carolina Historical
Commission in 1909, 1911, 1913, 1915, 1917, 1919, 1921, 1923,
1925, 1927, 1929, and by the Legislative Reference Library in
1931, 1933, 1935, and 1937. The demand for these volumes has
been so great that all previous editions have been exhausted.



:,^^



C4 ^



PRESSES OF

CHRISTIAN PRINTING COMPANY

DURHAM, N, C.



CONTENTS



Page

Official Register for 1939-1940 7

The Legislative Department:

Officers and Members of the Senate 15

Senators (Arranged Alphabetically) 15

Senators (Arranged by Districts) 16

Senatorial Districts 18

Rules of the Senate. 1939 19

Standing Committees of the Senate 31

Officers and Members of the House of Representatives... 36

Representatives (Arranged Alphabetically) 36

Representatives (Arranged by Counties) 39

Rules of the House of Representatives 42

Standing Committees of the House of Representatives.... 57

New State Boards and Commissions:

Probation Commission 67

Bureau of Identification and Investigation 69

Alcoholic Control Board 70

Gas and Oil Inspection Board 71

Platforms and Political Parties, 1938:

State Democratic Platform 73

State Republican Reform 81

Election Returns:

Popular and Electoral Vote for President by Stales, 1936 89

Popular Vote for President by States, 1924. 1928,1932.... 90

Vote for President by Counties, 1920-1936 92

Vote for Governor by Counties, Democratic Primaries

1932 and 1936 95

Vote for United States Senator an.d Utilities Commis-
sioner in Democratic Primaries June 4, 1938 98

Vote for State Officers in Democratic Primaries, 1928.

1930, 1932, 1934, 1936 and 1938 100

[5J



6 Contents

Page
Democratic Primary Vote, June 6. 1936. for United

States Senator 102

Democratic Primary Vote, June 4 and July 2. 1932, for

United States Senator 104

Vote for Associate Justice and Utilities Commissioner,

November 8, 1938 106

Vote for Governor by Counties, 1920-1936 108

Vote for United States Senator. 1926-1938 HI

Vote for Congressmen in Democratic Primary, June 4,

1938 by Districts H'l

Vote for Congressmen in Second Democratic Primary,

July 1. 1938 117

Vote for Members of Congress, 1926-1938 118

Vote on Constitutional Amendments 130

Biographical Sketches:

Executive Officials 135

Justices of the Supreme Court 142

United States Senators 148

Representatives in Congress 150

Members of the General Assembly 156



OFFICIAL REGISTER FOR 1939-1940



LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT

W. P. HoRTON ....President of Senate Pittsboro

D. L. Ward Speaker of House of Representatives New Bern

EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENT

<'i vni: R. HoEY Governor Cleveland

W. P. HoRToN...., Lieutenant-Governor- Chatham

Thad Eire .Secretary of State Hertford

C. M. Johnson Treasurer Pender

Geori^e Ross Pou Auditor Wake

Ci VDE A. Erwin .Superintendent Pul)lic Instruction... Rutherford

Harry McMi'llan .\ttorney General Beaufort

r. W. Briton Assistant Attorney General Montfioniery

R. H. Wett.ach Assistant Attorney General Orange

L. (). Gregory Assistant Attorney General Rowan

.ILDICIAL DEPARTMENT

SIFRE.ME COIRT JISTICES

W. P. Stacy Chief Justice New Hano\er

Heriot CiARKsoN Associatc Justice Mecklenbur;;

Michael Schenck Associate Justice Henderson

W. A. Devin Associate Justice Granville

>1. V. Barnhill .Ass(K'iate Justice Nash

J. Wallace Winborne .Associate Justice McDowell

A. A. V. Seawell Associate Justice Lee

SLTERIOR COIRT JLDflES

C Everett Tho.nh'son First District Pas(iuotank-Eli/.abeth Citv

W. J. Bone Second District Nash-Nasliville

R. Hunt Parker Third Di.strict Halifax-Roanoke Rapids

C. L. Wn.LiAMS - Fourth District Lee-San ford

J. Pall Frizzelle ....Fifth District Greene-Snow Hill

Henry L. Stevens, Jr Sixth District Duplin-Warsaw

W. C. Harris Seventh District Wake-Ralei:,di

J. J. Blrney Eiithtli District New Hanover-\\'ilriiinu^t(in

Q. K. N I. MOCKS, Jr Ninth District Cunilierlaiid Fa\ettevilU■
LEO Carr Ten til District .Vlarnance liurlintrtnii

J. H. Clement Elevcntli District Forsyth-W'irLston-Salcni

H. HoYLE Sink .T^velfth Disti ict Davidsim I .cxiiiirtoii

F. D. Phillips Thirteen tli District Ricliniond KockinKliani

W.M. H. Bobbitt... Fourteenth District Mecklenl)ur!,' (liarlotte

FR.iNK M. Ar.mstrong Fifteentli District Mont;,'oniery Troy

Wilson Wari.ick Sixteenth District Catawl)a-Ni'wton

J. A. RoissEAU Seven teen til District Wilkes-Wilkesboro

J. W. Pless, Jr - EiKliteenth District McDowell Marion

Zeb V. Nettles Nineteentli District Bunconilie .\slio\ ill.'

Felix E. Alley Twentieth District Haywood Waynesville

Ai LEN H. GwYN Twenty -first District Rockiiifrhain Kcidsville

SrECTAL .iriM;ES

G. V. Cowi'ER Lenoir Kiiiston

W H S BcRGWYN Northariiptoii Woodland

S. J. Ervin, Jr !.....'.....'.'...- Burke Mori^-anton

Either Hamilton Carteret Morchead ( ity

Frank S. Hill CherokeeMiuphv

Hubert E. Olive Davidsoii-l,e\iii^'l<iii

[7]



K.


H.


F.


A.


r.


B.


H.


A.


W


. F.


P.


A.


N.


A.



8 Official Registers

EMERGENCY JUDGES

Cranmkr Hrunswick-Soutlipoit

Daniels Wavne-Goldslidro

FiNi.KV _ Wilkes-Wilkesl)oro

(!rady Saiiipson-Cliiitdii

Harding _ Meokleiihurg-Clinrlotte

McEi.ROY Madison-Marshall

Sinclair Cuniberland-Kavetteville

M'alter L. Smali Pasquotaiik-Elizabeth City

SOLICITORS

Chester R. Morris First District Cliowan-Currituok

DoNNEi.L Gilliam Second District Edgecoinhe-Tarboro

E. R. Tyler Third District Bertie-Roxobel

C. C. Canady Fourth District Johnston-Benson

D. M. Clark Fifth District Pitt-Greenville

J. Abner Barker Sixth District Sanipson-Roseboro

William Y. Bickett Seventh District Wake-Raleiirh

David Sinclair Eig:hth District New Hanover- Wilniinffton

V E. Carlyi.e Ninth District Robeson-Euniberton

Wm. H. Mirdock Tenth District Durh'ni-Durhain

J. Erie McMichael Eleventh District Forsyth-Winston-Salem

H. L. KooNTZ... Twelfth District Guilford-Greensboro

Priette Thirteenth District Anson-Wadesboro

Carpenter Fourteenth District Gaston-Gastonia

L. CoGfiiN Fifteenth District Row.' n -Salisbury

Si'iRi.iNG Sixteenth District Caldwell-Lenoir

Hai.i Seventeenth District Yadkin-Yadkin ville

Ridings EiKhteenth District Rutherford-Forest City

. W>:lls Nineteenth District Buncombe-Ashe ville

John M. QiEEN Twentieth District Haywood-Waynesville

R. J. SfoTT Twenty-first District Stnkes-Danbury

UTILITIES COMMISSION

Stanley Winborne Utilities Commissioner Raleisrh

I'^ W. Hanft Associate Commissioner Chapel Hill

F^RED L. Seei.y .Associate Commissioner Aslieville

ADMINISTRATIVE DEPARTMENTS. BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

ADJITANT OENERAI/S DEPARTMENT

J. Van B. Mktts The Adjutant (ieneral New Hanover

DEPARTMENT OF A<;R1CULTLRE

W, Kerr Scott Commissioner Alamance

DEPARTMENT OF LABOR

Forrest H. Shiford Commissioner Wake

DEPARTMENT OF INSIRANCE

D. C. BoNEY Commissioner Lenoii-

DEPARTMENT OF REVENTE

A. J. Maxwei.i Commissioner Craven

AV. J. Spain Assistant Commissioner Mecklenlmrs

STATE HIGHWAY AND PUBLIC WORKS COMMISSION

V. L. Dun LAP Chairman Anson

Charles Ross Attorney Harnett

R. Grady Johnson ...Director of Prisons Pender



R.


S.


J.


G.


Chas.


L.


S.


A.


E.


C.


0.


R


M.



Official Registers



STATE BOARD OK HEALTH

Dk. C. \'. Reynolds .Secretary Buncombe

DEPARTMENT OF CONSERVATION AND DEVELOPMENT

R. Brite Etheridge Director Dare

STATE board OF CHARITIES AND ITBIIC WELFARE

Mrs. W. T. Bost Comniissioner Wake

NORTH CAROLINA HISTORICAL COM.MISSION

C. C. Crittenden Secretary Wake

LIBRARY C'O.M.MISSION

Miss Marjorie Beai _ .Secretary Wake

state library
Miss Carrie L. Brolc;hton. Librarian Wake

SIPRE.ME COIRT

Dii.iARn S. Gardner Librarian Orange

Ed-\vard Mcrkay.... .Clerk Wake

legislative REFERENt E LIBRARY

Henry yi. London Librarian Wake

BIDGET BlREAl'

Clyde R. Hoey Director Cleveland

R. G. Deyton Assistant Director Yancey

INDtSTRIAI. CO .M .MISSION

T A Wilson Cliairinan Forsyth

LOCAL GOVERNMENT COMMISSION

W. E. Easterling Secretary Wake

SIHOOI. CO.M.MISSION

Lloyd E. (;riffin Executive Secretary Cliowaii

BANKIN(i CO.M.MISSION

Glrney r. Hood Commissioner Wayne

DIVISION OF I'lIUIIASE AND CONTRACT

J. Benton Stacy Director Rockin;rli iiii

CO.M.MISSION FOR THE BLIND

Dr. Ro.ma S. Cheek Executive Secretary Graliain

STATE BOARD OF El.E(TIONS

i;. C. Maxwei.i Executive Secretary Wake

PAROLE commissioner

Edwin NL Gii.i Coinmissiuiier Scotland

rural ELF.tTRIFK VTION AITlloHITY

DlDi.EY W. Bagi.ey Chairman Currituck



10 Official Registers

statf; imanninc. board

H. W. Odu.m Secretary Orange

T. S. John-son Consultant Wake

INKMl'l.OYMENT COMPENSATION COMMISSION

Chas. G. Powell Cliaimian Granville

BOARD OK AlCOHOLIC CONTROL

CuTLAR MooRE Chairman Robeson

I'ROBATIfiN COMMISSION

J. H. Sample Director Buncinnlie

HOARD OK INVESTIGATION AND IDENTIFICATION

Fred C. Handy Director Wake

STATE EMPLOYMENT SERVICE

Mayne Albru;ht Director Wake

world war \-ETERANS' LOAN FUND

Graham K. Hobbs Commissioner New Hanover



Judicial Districts 11

Superior Court Calendar, 1939-40

District Spring, 1939 Fall, 1939 Spriiif?, 1910 Fall, 19KI

1 .ludsre Carr Judge Nimocks Judge Buriiey Judge Harris

2 Judge Tliompson Judge Carr Judge Nimocks Judge Huriie\-

3 Judge Bone Judge Tliompson Judge Carr Judge Nimocks

♦ Judge Parker Judge Bone Judge Thompson Judge Carr

;") Judge Williams Judge Parker Judge Bone Judge Tliompson

6 Judge Frizzelle Judge Williams .Judge Parker .ludge Bone

7 Judge Stevens Judge Frizzelle ..Judge Williams. Judge Parker

K Judge Harris Judge Stevens Judge P>izzelle Judge Williams

9 Judge Burney Judge Harris Judge Stevens ...Judge Frizzelle

111 Judge Nimocks Judge Burney Judge Harris Judge Stevens

11 Judge Clement Judge Alley Judge Nettles Judge Pless

12 Judge Sink Judge Clement ...Judge Alley Judge Nettles

13 Judge Phillips ....Judge Sink Judge Clement Judge .Mley

14 Judge Gwyn Judge I'hillips Judge Sink Judge Clement

15 Judge Bobbitt Judge Gwyn Judge Phillips .ludge Sink

10 Judge Armstrong .Fudge Bobbitt Judge tiwyii .ludge Pliiilips

17 Judge Warlick Judge Armstrong Judge Bobl)itt .lucUe (i\v\ii

18 Judge Rousseau Judge Warlick Judge Armstrong .hidge Bolihitt

19 Judge Pless Judge Rousse lu. Judge Warlick Judge .\rmstrong

2(1 Judge Nettles Judge Pless. .ludge Rousseau.. Judge Warlick

21 Judge Alley Judge Nettles Judge Pless Judge Rousseau

Judicial Districts
eastern circuit

First District — Camden, Gates, Currituck, Chowan, Pasquo-
tank, Beaufort, Hyde, Dare, Perquimans, Tyrrell.

Second District — Nash, Wilson, Edgecombe. Martin. Wash-
ington.

Third District — Bertie, Hertford, Northampton, Halifax,
Warren, Vance.

Fourth District — Lee, Chatham, Johnston, Wayne, Harnett.

Fifth District — Pitt, Craven. Carteret, Pamlico, Jones,
Greene.

Sixth District — Onslow, Duplin, Sampson, Lenoir.

Seventh District — Wake, Franklin.

Eighth District — Brunswick, Columbus. New Hanover, Pen-
der.

Ninth District — Robeson, Bladen, Hoke, Cumberland.

Tenth District — Granville, Person. Alamance. Durham,
Orange.

WESTERN CIRCUIT

Eleventh District — Ashe, Forsyth, Alleghany.
Twelfth District — Davidson, Guilford.



12 Official Registers

Thirteenth District — Richmond. Stanly. Un'on. Moore. An-
son, Scotland.

Fourteenth District — Mecklenburg. Gaston.

Fifteenth District — Alexander. Montgomery, Randolph, Ire-
dell, Cabarrus, Rowan.

Sixteenth District — Catawba, Lincoln. Cleveland. Burke,
Caldwell. Watauga.

Seventeenth District — Avery, Davie, Mitchell, Wilkes, Yad-
kin.

Eighteenth District — McDowell, Transylvania, Yancey, Ru-
therford, Henderson, Polk.

Nineteenth District — Buncombe, Madison.

Twentieth District — Haywood, Swain. Cherokee. Macon.
Graham, Clay, Jackson.

Twenty-first District — Caswell, Rockingham. Stokes. Surry.



PART I
THE LEGISLATIVE DEPARTMENT



1 Officers of the Senate.

2. Members of the Senate (Arranged Alphabetically).

3. Members of the Senate (Arranged by Districts).

4. Senatorial Districts.

5. Rules of the Senate.

6. Standing Committees of the Senate.

7. Officers of the House of Representatives.

8. Members of the House of Representatives. (Arranged

Alphabetically).

9. Members of the House of Representatives (Arranged

by Counties).

10. Rules of the House of Representatives.

11. Standing Committees of the House of Representatives.



13



OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE SENATE



OFFICERS

W. p. Hortoii President Chatham

W. Erskine Smith _ President pro tern Stanly

S. Ray Byerly Principal Clerk Lee

Herman Scott Sergeant-at-Arms Chatham

L. H. Fountain Reading Clerk Edgecoiiilie



SENATORS

(Arranged Alphabetically)



Name



Austin, W. B.

Bain. Edgar H.

Ballentine. L. Y

Barber, Wade

Bellamy, Emmett H.

Blythe, Joe L.

Bowers, J. V

Boyette, M. G..

Bruton, (). C

Clark, W. G

Cogburn. Chester A..

Corey, Arthur B.

Council, K. Clyde

Cowles, C. H

Curtis, Zeb F

Eagles, .1. C

Fearing, D. B

Kolgcr, Fred

Frink, S. B

Gardner, Ralph W.. .

(Jibbs, Frank H

(iold, T. .1

(iraham, William A..

Gray, Gordon

(iregory, Edwin C

Halstead. W. 1

Hatcher, H. J

Hughes, ,1. ,1

,Iewell, ,1. G

Joyner. .lack

Larkins. ,Iohn I).. .Ir
Long, Dr. T. W. M..
Lumpkin. W. L

Morphew, K. B

Mclntyre. R<.l)ert A..



District



Twenty-ninth....



Eighth

Thirteenth-.
Thirteenth..

Ninth

Twentieth...

Thirtieth

Twelfth

Eighteenth



Fourth

Thirty-second...

Fifth

Tenth

TAventv-fourth..
Thirty-first



Sixth..



Second

Twenty-third..
Tenth



Twenty-seventh

Fourteenth

Seventeenth

Twenty-fifth

Twenty-second .
Twenty-first



First

Twenty-eighth.
First



Eighteenth...
Twenty-fifth.



Seventh..
Fourth...
Sixth



T^vent^ tliird.
r.ltventh



Party



Democrat ..

Democrat .
Democrat .
Democrat ..
Democrat ..
Democrat ..
Republican..
Democrat ...
Democrat ..

Democrat ..
Democrat ..
Democrat ..
Democrat ..
Republican.,
liemocrat ..

Democrat ..

Democrat ..
Democrat ..
Democrat ..

Democrat ...
DenuK^rat ..
Democrat ..
Democrat .
Democrat ...
Democrat ..

Democrat .
Democrat .
Democrat

Democrat .
Dcin()<'i;it .

DcrniK'iat ..
DenHM-rat .
Democrat

Democrat
DciiMiciat



Post Office



Jefferson

(toldshoro

V'arina

Pittsboro

Wilmington

Charlotte

Newland

Carthage

Mount Gilead

Tarb()r(>

Canton

Greenville

Wananish

North Wilkesl»)ri

Asheville

Wilson

Manteo
Mt. Airy
Southport

Shelby
Warrenton
High Point
Iron Station
Winston-.Salem
Salisbury

South .Mills
MorgantoM
Elizaliclb City

Hamlet
Statesville

Trenton

Roanoke Kapids
Louisbuig

l<(>l>liiii - \ illc
l.UMilicrtuii



15



16



Legislative Department



SENATORS — Continued



Name


District


Party


Post Office


Palmer, A. B


Twentieth


Democrat ....
Democrat ....
Democrat ....

Democrat ...

Democrat ....
Democrat ....
Democrat ....
Democrat ....

Democrat ....
Democrat ...

Democrat ....
Democrat ...
Democrat ....
Demwrat ....
Democrat ....


Concord


I'rice, J. Hampton


Sixteenth


Leaksville


Prince, L. B.


Twenty-seventh




Rodman, W B.. Jr.


Second




Separk, J. H. .


Twentv-sixtli


Gastonia


Smith, W. Ersl<ine


Nineteentli ....


Alljemai'le


Spruili, C. W


Third


Windsor


Sutton, Fred I.


Seventli

Nineteenth

Twelfth

Sixteenth


Kinston


Tavior, H. P. . . .


M'adeshf>ro


Tliomas, Fred S


Erwin


Umstead, J. W., Jr


Ciiapel Hill


Ward. Georfre R


Nintli


Wallace


Warren, Jos. H.


Sixteentli


Prospect Hill


Watkins, John S


Fifteenth


\'irf;ilina. \'a.


Wellons, E. J


Eiglith


Smithtield









SENATORS

(Arranged by Districts)



(Democrats except otherwise stated)

First District— W. I. Halstead, South Mills: J. J. Hughes,
Elizabeth City.

Second District — W. B. Rodman, Jr., Washington; D. B.
Fearing, Manteo.

Third District — C. W. Spruili, Windsor.

Fourth District — W. G. Clark, Tarboro; Dr. T. W. M. Long,
Roanoke Rapids.

Fifth District — Arthur B. Corey, Greenville.

Sixth District — J. C. Eagles, Wilson; W. L. Lumpkin, Louis-
burg.

Seventh District — John D. Larkins, Jr., Trenton; Fred I. Sut-
ton, Kinston.

Eighth District — E. J. Wellons, Smithfield; Edgar H. Bain,
Goldsboro.

Ninth District — Geo. R. Ward, Wallace; Emmett H. Bellamy,
Wilmington.



Rules of the Senate 17

Teyith District—S. B. Frink, Southport; K. Clyde Council,
Wananish.

Eleventh District — Robt. A. Mclntyre, Lumberton.

Twelfth District — M. G. Boyette, Carthage; Fred S. Thomas,
Erwin.

Thirteenth District — Wade Barber, Pittsboro; L. Y. Ballen-
tine, Varina.

Fourteenth District — Frank H. Gibbs, Warrenton.

Fifteenth District — John S. Watkins, Route No. 2, Virgilina,
Virginia.

Sixtee7ith District — Jos. H. Warren, Prospect Hill; J. W.
Umstead, Jr., Chapel Hill.

Seventeenth District — T. J. Gold, High Point: J. Hampton
Price, Leaksville.

Eighteenth District — O. C. Bruton, Mount Gilead, J. G. Jew-
ell. Hamlet.

Nineteenth District — H. P. Taylor, Wadesboro; W. Erskine
Smith, Albemarle.

Twentieth District — A. B. Palmer, Concord; Joe L. Blythe,
Charlotte.

Twenty-first District — E. C. Gregory, Salisbury.

Twenty-secoJid District — Gordon Gray, Winston-Salem.

Twenty-third District — Fred Folger, Mt. Airy.

Twenty-fourth District — C. H. Cowles (R), N. Wilkcsboro.

Twenty-fifth District — William A. Graham, Iron Station;
Jack Joyner, Statesville.

Twenty-sixth District — J. H. Separk, Gastonia.

Twenty-seventh District — Ralph W. Gardner, Shelby; L. B.
Prince, Hendersonville.

Twenty-eighth District — H. J. Hatcher, Morganton.

Twenty-ninth District — W. B. Austin, Jefferson.

Thirtieth District — J. V. Bowers (R), Newland.

Thirty-first District — Zeb F. Curtis, Asheville.

Thirty-second District — Chester A. Cogburn, Canton.

Thirty-third District — R. B. Morphew, Robbinsville.



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS



Ch. 161, P. L., 1921
First District — Camden, Chowan, Currituck, Gates, Hertford,
Pasquotank and Perquimans counties shall elect two senators.

Second District — Beaufort, Dare, Hyde, Martin, Pamlico,
Tyrrell and Washington shall elect two senators.

Third District — Bertie and Northampton shall elect one sen-
ator.

Fourth District — Edgecombe and Halifax shall elect two
senators.

Fifth District — Pitt shall elect one senator.
Sixth District — Franklin, Nash and Wilson shall elect two
senators.

Seventh District — Carteret, Craven, Green, Jones, Lenoir,
and Onslow shall elect two senators.

Eighth District — Johnston and Wayne shall elect two sena-
tors.

Ninth District — Duplin, New Hanover, Pender and Sampson
shall elect two senators.

Tenth District — Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus and Cumber-
land shall elect two senators.

Eleventh District — Robeson shall elect one senator.
Twelfth District — Harnett, Hoke, Moore and Randolph shall
elect two senators.

Thirteenth District — Chatham, Lee and Wake shall elect two
senators.

Fourteenth District — Vance and Warren shall elect one sena-
tor.

Fifteenth District— Granville and Person shall elect one sen-
ator.

Sixteenth District — Alamance, Caswell. Durham and Orange
shall elect two senators.

Seventeenth District— Guilford and Rockingham shall elect
two senators.

Eighteenth District— Davidson, Montgomery, Richmond and
Scotland shall elect two senators.

I 18 1



Rules of the Senate 19

Nineteenth District — Anson, Stanly and Union shall elect
two senators.

Twentieth District — Cabarrus and Mecklenburg shall elect
two senators.

Twenty-first District — Rowan shall elect one senator.

Twenty -second District — Forsyth shall elect one senator.

Twenty-third District — Stokes and Surry shall elect one sen-


1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18

Online LibraryNorth Carolina. Secretary of StateNorth Carolina manual [serial] (Volume 1939) → online text (page 1 of 18)