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Reps.: Bailey, Baugh, Collins, Edwards, Forbes, Hege, Hofier,
Hutchins, Jemison, Ramsey of Madison, Strickland, Tart, Tate,
Vogler.



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ENROLLED HILLS AND
EXPENDITURES OF THE HOUSE

Merritt: Chairman

( i ree n \v( )( >i> : vlce-ch airman

Ragsdale: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Andrews, Ban-, Chase, Craig, Edwards, Elliott, Godwin
of Gates, Ingle, Kincaid, Leatherman, Whicker.

EMPLOYMENT SECURITY

Mills of Anson : Chairman

Godwin of Craven: Vice-Chairman

Quinn : Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Baugh, Billings, Bowles, Calvert, Church, Hunter of
Richmond, Love, McKnight, Ragsdale, Raynor, Twiggs, Whicker,
Whitley of Stanly.

FEDERAL AND
INTERSTATE COOPERATION

Forbes: Chairman-
Eagles: Vice-Chairman
Vaughn: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Bailey, Calvert, Culpepper, Gregory, Hunter of Mecklen-
burg, Hutchins. Phillips. Poovey, Quinn, Royall, Stewart, Twiggs,
Whicker.

FINANCE

Eagles: Chairman
High: Vice-Chairman
Leatherman : Vice-Chairman
McMillan of Robeson: Vice-chairman-
Short: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Andrews, Bailey, Baugh, Billings, Britt of Johnston,
Bryan, Bumgardner, Burden, Burrus, Calvert, Carson, Church,
('lark of New Hanover, Clark of Union, Collier, Craig, Culpepper,



House of Representatives 407

Edwards, Elliott, Euliss, Everett, Forbes, Garner, Godwin of
Craven, Greenwood, Harkins, Harrill, Hege, Hofler, Hunter of
Richmond, Hutchins, Jemison, Johnson of Duplin, Jones, Kincaid,
Love, Mauney, McKnight, McMichael, McMillan of Wake, Mills of
Anson, Mitchell, Mohn, Mullinax, Paschall, Quinn, Ragsdale,
Roberson, Strickland, Tart, Tolbert, Twiggs, Vogler, Whitley of
Guilford, Woodard.

HEALTH

Tate: Chairman
Hofler: Vice-Chairman
Vogler: Vice-Chairman

Reps. : Baugh, Billings, Bumgardner, Chase, Falls, Hege,
Jemison, Johnson of Cabarrus, Love, McMillan of Wake, Merritt,
Mills of Anson, Mitchell, Phillips, Raynor, Royall, Stanford,
Troxell, Woodard.

HIGHER EDUCATION

Leatherman: Chairman

Godwin of Gates: Vice-Chairman

McMillan of Robeson: Vice-Chairman

Mills of Onslow: Vice-Chairman

Reps. : Beatty, Bunn, Carson, Church, Clark of Bladen, Hamrick,
Harkins, High, Hill, Hunter of Richmond, Ingle, Kiser, McFadyen,
McGlamery, Phillips, Poovey, Rountree, Stanford, Twiggs, Vaughn.

HIGHWAY SAFETY

Gregory : Chairman
Britt of Johnston: Vice-Chairman

Euliss: Vice-Chairman
McMillan of Wake: Vice-Chairman

Speed: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Bumgardner, Craig, Eagles, Everett, Fenner, Gunn,
Hamrick, Harrill, Hutchins, Jernigan, Jordan, Poovey, Ramsey
of Person, Short, Strickland, Tolbert, Whicker, Vogler.



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INSURANCE



k am sky oy Person: Chairman

Burden: Vice-Chairman

Horton: Vice-Chairman

Hunter of Richmond: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Bailey, (lark of New Hanover, Clark of Union, Collins,
Garren, Greenwood, Harkins, Harrill, High, Isaac, Kincaid, Mc-
Michael, Mitchell, Mullinax, Pickard, Ragsdale, Royall, Short, Sugg,
Taylor of Carteret. Vaughn, Whitlev of Guilford



INSTITUTIONS FOR THE DEAF

Raynor: Chairman

Paschall: Vice-Chairman

Tate: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Bowles, Bunn, Collins, Ervin, Harrill, Hege, Isaac, Love,
Mauney, Poovey, Rountree, Short, Whitley of Stanly.



IRRIGATION AND DRAINAGE

Elliott: Chairman
Burrus: Vice-Chairman
Horton: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Roger, Bryan, Forbes, Jemison, Poovey, Speed, Troxell.



JOURNAL

Auman : Chairman

Barr: Vice-Chairman

Edwards: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Blake, Hutchins. Mullinax, Penny, Stewart, Taylor of
Transylvania, Whicker.



House of Representatives 4C>9

JUDICIARY NO. 1

Hamrick : Chairman

Ervin : Vice-Chairman

Garren : Vice-Chairman

McMichael: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Andrews, Bunn, Clark of New Hanover, Exum, Harkins,
High, Johnson of Wake, Leatherman, McMillan of Wake, Paschall,
Rountree, Short, Staton, Stewart, Strickland, Sugg.



JUDICIARY NO. 2

Britt op Johnston: Chairman

Godwin of Gates: Vice-Chairman

Pickard: Vice-Chairman

Whitley of Guilford: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Bailey, Bryan, Carson, Clark of Union, Edwards, Elliott,
Hill, Hofler, Horton, Hunter of Mecklenburg, Johnson of Cabarrus,
Love, Penny, Ramsey of Person, Taylor of Carteret, Twiggs,
Vaughn.



JUSTICES OF THE PEACE

Ramsey of Madison: Chairman

Falls: Vice-Chairman

O'Hanlon: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Collins, Garner, Hunter of Mecklenburg, Johnson of
Cabarrus, Mullinax, Staton, Stewart.



LIBRARY (JOINT)

Stanford: Chairman

Eagles : Vice-Chairman

Mills of Onslow: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Barbee, Beatty, Billings, Carson, Collier, Harkins, Ingle,
Kincaid, McMichael, Phillips, Taylor of Transylvania, Troxell.



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LOCAL GOVERNMENT

Pickard: Chairman
Elliott: Vice-Chairman
Hunter of Richmond: Vice-Chairman
Ramsey of Madison: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Baugh, Burden, Clark of Bladen, Exum, Harrill, Haynes,
Hill, Hunter of Mecklenburg, Ingle, Isaac, Jemison, Mauney,
.McMillan of Robeson, O'Hanlon, Penny, Rountree, Tate, Whitley
of Stanly, Williamson.

MANUFACTURERS AND LABOR

Messer: Chairman

McFadyen : Vice-Chairman

Tate: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Boger, Church, Clark of Union, Craig, Exum, Garren,
Greenwood, Hamrick, Hege, Ingle, Mauney, Merritt, Quinn, Royall,
Stewart, Sugg.

MENTAL HEALTH

Chase: Chairman

Ervin: Vice-Chairman

Raynor: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Beatty, Bowles, Clark of New Hanover, Craig, Culpepper,
Euliss, Johnson of Wake, Leatherman, McFadyen, O'Hanlon,
Penny, Poovey, Stewart, Taylor of Transylvania, Tolbert, Twiggs,
Woodard.

MILITARY AND
VETERANS AFFAIRS

Godwin of Craven: Chairman

Mills of Onslow: Vice-Chairman

Raynor: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Barr, Bumgardner, Clai-k of Bladen, Craig, Ervin, Harrill,
Johnson of Cabarrus, McMillan of Wake, Mitchell, Speed, Staton,
Troxell, Williamson, Whicker.



House of Representatives 471

PENAL INSTITUTIONS

McFadyen: Chairman

Messer: Vice-Chairman

Speed: Vice-Chairman

Williamson : Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Auman, Blake, Bunn, Elliott, Fenner, Harrill, Haynes,
Jordan, Riser, McKnight, McMichael.



PRINTING

Barr: Chairman

Greenwood: Vice-Chairman

Jernigan : Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Barbee, Bowles, Calvert, Clark of Bladen, Eagles, Jordan.
Kiser, McKnight.



PROPOSITIONS AND
GRIEVANCES

Euliss: Chairman

Barbee: Vice-Chairman

O'Hanlon: Vice-Chairman

Paschall: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Baugh, Carson, Clark of Bladen, Craig, Garner, Hege,
Mauney, McKnight, McMillan of Robeson, Ramsey of Madison,
Stanford, Staton, Whitley of Guilford, Williamson.



PUBLIC BUILDINGS
AND GROUNDS

McGlamery: Chairman
Burden: Vice-Chairman
Phillips: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Boger, Britt of Johnston, Elliott, Jordan, Mills of Onslow
Sugg, Taylor of Transylvania, Troxell.



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PUBLIC UTILITIES

Bunn: Chairman

Mills of Anson: Vice-Chairman

Ramsey of Person : Vice-Chairman

Vaughn : Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Bailey, Church, Clark of New Hanover, Clark of Union.
Eagles. Falls. High, Jones, Jordan, Love, Pickard, Royall.

PUBLIC WELFARE

Riser: Chairman

McMichael: Vice-Chairman

Mills of Anson: Vice-Chairman

Stanford : Vice-Chairman

Tart: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Billings, Burden, Collier, Craig, Elliott, Forbes, Gunn.
Harrill, Hill, Jones, Jordan, McGlamery, Mills of Onslow, Mitchell,
Mohn, Phillips. Speed. Taylor of Transylvania, Tolbert.

ROADS

O'Hanlon: Chairman
Falls: Vice-Chairman
McGlamery : Vice-Chairman
Ramsey of Madison: Vice-Chairman
Williamson : Vice-Chairman
Reps.: Auman, Barr, Billings, Blake, Boger, Bumgardner,
Burden. Burrus, Collier, Collins, Culpepper, Falls, Fenner, Garner,
Hamrick. Hunter of Richmond. Hutchins, Jemison, Jernigan.
Mills of Onslow. Mitchell, Roberson, Royall. Speed, Taylor of
Carteret. Vogler.

RULES

Johnson of Duplin : Chairman

Edwards: Vice-Chairman

Elliott : Vice-Chairman

Vogler: Yice-Chairman

Reps.: Barbee, Bryan, Godwin of Craven, Greenwood, Isaac,

Jones. Mauney, McKnight, McMillan of Robeson, Paschall, Quinn,

Ramsey of Person, Roberson.



House of Representatives 473

SALARIES AND FEES

Gunn: Chairman

Auman: Vice-Chairman

Riser: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Beatty, Blake, Britt of Johnston, Everett, Falls, Fenner,
Gregory. Hutchins, Messer. Roberson, Tolbert, Whicker, Woodard.



SENATORIAL DISTRICTS

Hofler : Chairman

Britt of Johnston: Vice-Chairman

Messer : Vice-Chairman

Reps. : Beatty, Boger, Bumgardner, Exum, Fenner, Harkins.
Horton, Johnson of Cabarrus, Johnson of Wake, Mills of Anson,
Mohn. Pennv, Tart.



STATE GOVERNMENT

Vogler: Chairman

Bunn: Vice-Chairman

Johnson of Duplin: Vice-Chairman

Quinn : Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Billings, Calvert, Edwards, Euliss, Godwin of Gates.
Greenwood, Harkins, Ingle. Mauney, McMichael, Mohn, Ramsey
of Person. Rountree.



STATE PERSONNEL

Quinn: Chairman

Chase: Vice-Chairman

Godwin of Craven: Vice-Chairman

High: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Blake, Bumgardner, Calvert, Elliott, Gregory, Hill,
Jemison. Johnson of Wake. Jones, McMillan of Robeson, Mohn,
Phillips. Staton.



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TRUSTEES OF THE UNIVERSITY

Paschall: Chairman
Gregory: Vice-Chairman
Merritt: Vice-Chairman
Ragsdale: Vice-Chairman

Reps: Andrews, Baugh, Bowles, Britt of Johnston, Bryan. Clark
of New Hanover, Exum, Godwin of Craven, Haynes, Hofler. Hunter
of Mecklenburg, Hunter of Richmond, Johnson of Duplin, Johnson
of Wake, Jones, Kiser, McFadyen, Mullinax, Stanford. Tate.
Woodard.



WATER RESOURCES
AND CONTROL

Ragsdale: Chairman

Gunn: Vice-Chairman

Jernigan : Vice-Chairman

Reps. : Blake, Bryan, Burrus, Carson, Clark of Bladen, Culpepper,
Exum, Godwin of Craven, Haynes, Ingle, Kincaid, Merritt. Mills
of Onslow, Roberson. Taylor of Carteret. Williamson.



WILDLIFE RESOURCES

Burden: Chairman

Barr: Vice-Chairman

Johnson of Duplin: Vice-Chairman

Reps.: Boger, Carson, Everett, Forbes, Garner, Hunter of
Mecklenburg, Hunter of Richmond, Jordan, Love, McGlamery,
McMillan of Wake, Merritt, Messer, Mohn, Poovey, Ramsey of
Madison, Raynor, Short, Sugg, Taylor of Carteret, Taylor of
Transylvania, Troxell, Woodard.



House of Representatives 475
SEAT ASSIGNMENT CHART— SESSION 1967

North Carolina House of Representatives
(Democrats unless otherwise indicated)

District Name County Address Seal

1st — W. T. Culpepper, Jr Pasquotank Elizabeth City 19

1st — Philip P. Godwin Gates Gatesville 8

2nd — Archie Burrus Dare Manteo 37

2nd — William R. Roberson, Jr Beaufort Washington 49

3rd — R. C. Godwin Craven New Bern 52

3rd — James R. Sugg Craven New Bern 76

3rd — Nelson W. Taylor Carteret Morehead City 75

4th— William D. Mills Onslow Rt. 1, Maysville 24

4th— J. F. Mohn Onslow Richlands 36

4th — Hugh A. Ragsdale Onslow Richlands 23

5th — George T. Clark, Jr. (R) New Hanover .... Wilmington 113

5th — William L. Hill, II New Hanover. . . Wilmington 41

6th — Emmett W. Burden Bertie Aulander 15

6th — Roberts H. Jernigan, Jr Hertford Ahoskie 16

7th — J. A. Everett Martin Palmyra 56

7th — Thorne Gregory Halifax Scotland Neck 55

8th— W. A. (Red) Forbes Pitt Winterville 64

8th — H. Horton Rountree Pitt Greenville 63

9th — Guy Elliott Lenoir Kinston 51

9th — I. Joseph Horton Greene Snow Hill 42

10th— Mrs. John B. Chase Wayne Eureka 32

10th— Thomas E. Strickland Wayne Rt. 2, Goldsboro 20

11th— Hugh S. Johnson, Jr Duplin Rose Hill 25

12th— Chatham C. Clark Bladen Elizabethtown. 80

12th — C. Graham Tart Sampson Clinton 79

13th— Clyde M. Collier Columbus Rt. 1, Hallsboro 50

13th— Odell Williamson. _. Brunswick Shallotte 38

14th — Allen C. Barbee Nash Spring Hope 5

14th — Joe E. Eagles Edgecombe Macclesfield 6

14th — Julian B. Fenner Nash Rocky Mount 4

15th— William R. Britt Johnston Smithfield _. 54

15th — J. Ernest Paschall Wilson Wilson 31

15th — Barnev Paul Woodard Johnston Princeton 53

16th— John t. Church Vance Henderson 35

16th — James D. Speed Franklin Rt. 3, Louisburg 3

17th — Jno. O. Gunn Caswell Yancey ville 68

17th — James E. Ramsey Person Roxboro 48

18th — W. Hance Hofler Durham Durham 82

18th— Wade H. Penny, Jr Durham Durham 83

18th — Kenneth C. Royall, Jr Durham Durham 81

19th— Thomas D. Bunn Wake Raleigh 10

19th — Samuel II. Johnson Wake Raleigh 11

19th— A. A. McxMillan Wake Raleigh 9

19th— Howard Twiggs Wake Raleigh 12

20th— Ike F. Andrews Chatham Siler City 22

20th— Donald Mclver Stanford Orange Chapel Hill 21

21st — Jack M. Euliss Alamance Burlington 65

21st — M. Glenn Pickard Alamance Burlington 66

22nd — Jimmy L. Love Lee Sanford 34

22nd— William W. Staton Lee Sanford 33

23rd — Norwood E. Brvan, Jr Cumberland Fayetteville 27

23rd— Sneed High Cumberland Fayetteville 29

23rd— I. H. O'Hanlon Cumberland Fayetteville 28

23rd — Joe B. Raynor, Jr Cumberland Fayetteville 30

24th — David M. Britt Robeson Fairmont Speaker

24th — Roger C. Riser Scotland Laurinburg 2

24th— Neill L. McFadyen Hoke .Raeford 45

24th— R. D. McMillan, Jr Robeson Red Springs 17



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25th — Jule McMichael Rockingham Keidsviile

2.5th — Earl W. Vaughn Rockingham Draper

26th — Hargrove (Skipper) Bowles, Jr. . . Guilford Greensboro .

26th — Elton Edwards Guilford Greensboro

26th — .lames G. Exum ( iuilford Greensboro

26th— C. W. Phillips Guilford Greensboro.

26th — W. Marcus Short Guilford Greensboro

26th— Daniel P. Whitley, Jr Guilford High Point.

27th — Colon Blake (R) Montgomery Candor

27th— C. Roby Garner, Sr. R Randolph Asheboro .

28th — T. Clyde Auman Moore West End .

29th — Thomas B. Hunter Richmond . Rockingham. .

30th- -Wesley Bailey Forsyth Winston-Salem.

30th — Claude M. Hamrick Forsyth Winston-Salem..

30th— Ronald K. Ingle (R) Forsyth Winston-Salem

30th — Howard A. Jemison (R) Forsyth Rt. 8, Winston-Salem

30th— E. M. McKnight (R) Forsyth Rt. 2, Clemmona

31st — Joe II. liege, Jr. (.R1 Davidson Lexington

31st — Wayne Whicker (R) Davidson Rt. 5, Winston-Salem

32nd — Clyde Hampton Whitley R Stanly Albemarle



:13rd— Richard S. Clark Union.



!3rd— Fred M. Mills, Jr

34th — Austin A. Mitchell (R )
34th— Samuel A. Troxell (R) . .
35th — James C. Johnson, Jr. iR)
• loth — Dwight W. Quinn
36th — Philip Jackson Baugh.
36th — James Tully (Jim) Beatty



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Mecklenburg.



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!6th— James II. Carson, Jr. (R'l.
36th — G. Patrick Hunter. . .
36th — Arthur II. Jones .
36th — James B. Vogler

37th— Basil D. Barr

37th— P. C. Collins. Jr

37th— Hugh L. Merritt .
38th— Claude Billings (It). .
38th — Jeter L. Haynes (R) .
39th — Gilbert Lee Boger (R)



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Mecklenburg Charlotte

Mecklenburg . . . Charlotte

Ashe West Jefferson

Alleghany . Laurel Springs

Surry Mt. Airy .

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Rt. 3, Mocksville
39th— Homer B. Tolbert R Iredell Rt. 2, Cleveland

40th — Loyd A. Mullinax Catawba Newton.

10th — J. Reid Poovey (R) Catawba Hickory-
list — David W. Bumgardner, Jr. Gaston Belmont



41st— II. Max Craig, Jr (R) .
41st — Clarence E. Leatherman.
list— Carl J. Stewart, Jr..

12nd— Sam J. Ervin, III

42nd — Donald R. Kincaid *R)

12nd— Earl II. Tate

43rd— Robert Z. Falls

13rd— William D. Harrill.
13rd— W. K. Mauney, Jr. .
I4th— Mack S. Isaac (R). . .
45th — Gordon II. Greenwood
15th — Herschel S. Harkins
loth— C. Edlev Hutchins (R)
15th— David D. Jordan (R) . . .

16th— Don H. Garren (R) Henderson Hendersonv ill.

17th— Ernest B. Messer Haywood Canton. . .

17th — Liston B. Ramsey Madison Marshall.

48th— Charles FT. Tavlor (R) Transylvania .... Brevard.

tilth Wiley A. McGlamery Clay Hayesville.



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PART VII
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCHES




DANIEL KILLIAN MOORE
Governor



Biographical Sketches

EXECUTIVE OFFICALS

(Elected by the People)
DANIEL KILLIAN MOORE

GOVERNOR



Daniel Killian Moore, Democrat, was born in Asheville, N. C,
April 2, 1906. Son of Fred and Lela (Enloe) Moore. Attended
Public Schools of Sylva, N. C; University of North Carolina;
graduated with B.S. degree in Business Administration, 1927;
University of North Carolina Law School, 1927-28. Lawyer and
business executive. Member Phi Beta Kappa; Masonic Order;
Civitan Club; Rotary Club. Attorney for Town of Sylva, 1931-
1933 ; Attorney for Jackson County, 1933; Legal Representative,
Jackson County Board of Education, for 12 years; Solicitor 30th
Judicial District, 1945; Representative from Jackson County in
the General Assembly of 1941; appointed Judge of 30th Judicial
District, Superior Court, 1948; elected Judge in 1950; resigned
in 1958. Vice-Chairman, North Carolina Board of Water Re-
sources, 1959-1964. Member State Democratic Executive Commit-
tee; delegate, State and National Democratic Party Conventions;
Precinct Chairman; member various county and State committees.
Division Counsel and Assistant Secretary, Champion Papers, Inc..
Canton, N. C, 1958-1964; Director, University of North Carolina
Law School Foundation; Director U.N.C. General Alumni Associa-
tion; former member, Morehead Scholarship Committee; former
member North Carolina Railroad Board of Directors. Served in
ETO, U.S. Army, 1943-1945. Member Edenton Street Methodist
Church, Raleigh, N. C. Married Jeanelle Coulter of Pikeville.
Tenn., May 4, 1933. Children: Mrs. Edgar B. (Edith > Hamilton.
Jr., Shelby, N. C, and Dan Moore, Jr., Hickory, N. C.

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ROBERT WALTER SCOTT

LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR

Robert Walter Scott, Democrat, was born near Haw River.
Alamance County, June 13, 1929. Son of W. Kerr and Mary
Elizabeth (White) Scott. Attended Hawfields Graded School.
lit:;.!; Alexander Wilson School, 1936-1947; Duke University, 1947-
1949: North Carolina State College, 1950-1952, B.S. degree in
Animal Industry. Dairy farmer. Member North Carolina and
American Societies of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers;
North Carolina Farm Bureau Federation; North Carolina State
Grange. Master, 1961-1963; with Mrs. Scott, National Grange
"Young Couple of the Year", 1959. Member Burlington-Alamance
County Chamber of Commerce; Haw River Junior Chamber of
Commerce; Soil Conservation Society of America; North Carolina
Literary and Historical Association. Past Chairman United Forces
for Education in North Carolina. Alamance County "Youny
Farmer of the Year", 1957; President North Carolina Society of
Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers, 1957. Member Alpha Zeta;
Phi Kappa Phi; Blue Key. Democratic Precinct Chairman, County
Vice-Chairman and State Solicitorial District Executive Commit-
tee. 1960-1964. Member State Board of Conservation and Develop-
ment. 1961-1964; Kerr Reservoir Development Commission, 1961-
19<i4; North Carolina Seashore Commission, 1962-1964. Member
Veterans of Foreign Wars. Special Agent, Counter Intelligence
Corps, U.S. Army, 1953-1955. Member Hawfields Presbyterian
Church; Elder since 1963; Deacon, 1959-1963. Married Jessie Rae
Osborne. September 1, 1951. Children: Mary Ella Scott and
Margaret Rose Scott (twins) ; Susan Rae Scott; W. Kerr Scott
and Janet Louise Scott. Address: Route 1. Haw River, N. C.



THAD EURE

SECRETARY OF STATE

Thad Eure, Democrat, of Hertford County, was born November
15, 1899, in Gates County, N. C. Son of Tazewell A. and Armecia
(Langstun) Eure. Attended Gatesville High School, 1913-1917;
University of North Carolina. 1917-1919; University Law School,



Biographical Sketches 483

1921-1922; Doctor of Laws (honorary), Elon College, 1958. Law-
yer. Mayor of Winton, 1923-1928. County attorney for Hert-
ford County, 1923-1931. Member of General Assembly of 1929.
representing Hertford County. Principal Clerk of the House of
Representatives, Sessions of 1931, 1933, and 1935, and Extra
Session, 1936. Presidential Elector First District of North Caro-
lina, 1932. Escheats Agent, University of North Carolina. 1933-
1936. Elected Secretary of State in the General Election of No-
vember 3, 1936, and assumed duties of the office December 21,
1936, by virtue of executive appointment, ten days prior to the
commencement of Constitutional term, on account of a vacancy
that then occurred. Re-elected Secretary of State in General
Elections of 1940, 1944, 1948, 1952, 1956, 1960 and 1964. President.
Ahoskie Kiwanis Club, 1927. Theta Chi Fraternity; Junior Order;
B.P.O. Elks and a Grand Lodge Chair Officer, 1956; T.P.A.; Chair-
man Board of Trustees, Elon College; American Legion, Forty
and Eight; President, National Association of Secretaries of State,
1942, and became the Dean in 1961. Keynote speaker, Democratic
State Convention, 1950, and permanent Chairman, 1962. Congrega-
tional Christian Church. Married Minta Banks of Winton, N. C.
November 15, 1924. Of this union there are two children, a
daughter and a son, Mrs. J. Norman Black, Jr., and Thad Eure, Jr.
Seven grandchildren. Legal residence, Winton, Hertford County.
N. C. Official address: State Capitol, Raleigh.



HENRY LEE BRIDGES

STATE AUDITOR

Henry Lee Bridges, Democrat, was born in Franklin County.
N. C, June 10, 1907. Son of John Joseph and Ida Loraine (Car-
roll) Bridges. Attended Wakelon High School, 1914-1920; Wiley
School, Raleigh, 1921; Wakelon High School, 1922; Millbrook
High School, 1923-1925; Mars Hill Junior College, A.B. degree,
1929; Wake Forest College, B.A. degree, 1931; Wake Forest Law-
School, 1932-1933. Attorney-at-law. Member of the Greensboro Bar
Association; N. C. State Bar. Deputy Clerk, Superior Court
of Guilford County, August, 1935-September, 1940; December,
1941-October, 1942; December, 1945-June 1, 1946. (Break in
dates caused by Military Service.) Secretary and Treasurer. Guil-



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ford County Democratic Executive Committee, 1938-1940. Presi-
dent National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers and
Treasurers. 1957; Executive Director National Association of
State Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers, 1958-. Member
and Past Master of Greensboro Lodge No. 76 Ancient Free and
Accepted Masons. Choraz in Chapter No. 13 Royal Arch Masons:
Ivanhoe Commandery No. 8 Knights Templar; Sudan Temple
A. A. O.N. M.S. : Societas Rosecrucians in Civitatibs Foederatis;
Raleigh Lions Club. Enlisted in National Guard May, 1934, as a
Private; promoted to Sergeant. February, 1935; commissioned
Second Lieutenant, June 18, 1935; commissioned First Lieutenant,
November 18. 1939; promoted to Captain, January 28, 1943, to
Major on inactive status, January 17. 1947. Entered Federal
Service. September 16, 1940; released from active duty November
2. 1941; recalled to active duty October 7, 1942; relieved from
active duty December 14, 1945. Veteran World War II, Post No.
53 American Legion Local; Local No. 506 Forty and Eight. Deacon,
Hayes Barton Baptist Church; member Board of Trustees Wake
Forest College. 1949-1952, 1955-1958. 1960-1963, 1965-. Appointed
State Auditor February 15, 1947; elected four-year term 1948;
re-elected 1952, 1956, 1960 and 1964. Married Clarice Hines,
December 12, 1936. Two children: Joseph Henry, age twenty-four
years, George Hines, age twenty-one years. Home address: 2618



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