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(Ninth House District — Counties: Greene, Jones and Lenoir.
Two Representatives.)

Isaac Joseph Horton, Democrat, of Greene County, representing
the Ninth Representative District, was born near Walstonburg,
N. C, September 18, 1923. Son of Isaac Joshua and Annie
(Hamilton) Horton. Attended Fountain High School, graduating

Hill of New Hanover
Hofler of Durham
Horton of Greene

Hunter of Mecklenburg
Hunter of Richmond
Hutchins of Buncombe

Ingle of Forsyth
Isaac of Avery
Jemison of Forsyth

Jernigan of Hertford
Johnson of Cabarrus
Johnson of Duplin

Johnson of Wake
Jones of Mecklenburg
Jordan of Buncomb.

Kineaid of Caldwell
Kiser of Scotland
Leathernian of I. in.

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in 1941; Presbyterian Junior College, 1941-1 'J4."i ; Atlantic Christian
College, A.B.. 1947; Wake Forest Law School, LL.B., 1950. Lawyer.
Member Greene County Bar Association; North Carolina State
Bar; American Bar Association. Solicitor Greene County Court,
1950-1960. Member Phi Alpha Delta Law Fraternity; Rotary
Club; American Legion; 32nd Degree Mason and Shriner. Chair-
man Greene County Economic Development Commission. Repre-
sentative in the General Assembly of 1963 and 1965. Private in
infantry of United States Army, 1943-1946. Baptist; Trustee;
Deacon; Teacher Adult Men's Class. Married Agnes Galloway.
September 3, 1949. Children: Barbara Jo, Cynthia and Sheila.
Address: Snow Hill, N. C.


(Thirty-sixth House District — County: Mecklenburg. Seven
Representatives. )

George Patrick Hunter, Jr., Democrat, of Mecklenburg County,
representing the Thirty-sixth Representative District, was born
in Charlotte, N. C, January 22, 1935. Son of George Patrick, Sr.,
and Helena Mae (Toomey) Hunter. Attended Wilmore Elementary
School, 1941; Myers Park Elementary. 1942-1947; Alexander
Graham Junior High, 1948-1950; Central High School, 1951:
Myers Park High School, 1952-1953; University of North Carolina.
Chapel Hill, graduated, 1957, with B.S. in Business Administration;
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, LL.B. 1962. Lawyer.
President, South Distributors, wholesale sporting goods business.
Member Mecklenburg County Young Democrats Club, President.
1966; Democratic Men's Club, 1965-1966; Charlotte Jaycees, Fi-
nancial Vice President, 1964; Charlotte Chamber of Commerce;
Charlotte Sportsman Club; University of North Carolina at
Charlotte Committee for Chamber of Commerce, 1966; Knights of
Carrousel; Sigma Alpha Epsilon, President, 1957; Phi Delta Phi:
Order of Gimghoul, Treasurer, 1957; Order of the Old Well;
Mecklenburg County Executive Committee, 1966; Mecklenburg
County Democratic Advisory Committee, 1966. Commissioned as
Ensign in Navy Supply Corps, 1957; served two years on board
USS Hamul in Pacific; now Lieutenant in Navv Reserve. Member

Biographical Sketches H2T

Myers Park Baptist Church; Sunday School Teacher. Married
Annette Shaw, July 6, 1957. Children: George Patrick Hunter.
Ill, Michael Shaw Hunter and Amy Shaw Hunter. Address: 3123
Cloverfield Road, Charlotte, N. C. 28211.


(Twenty-ninth House District — County: Richmond. One Repre-

Thomas Bell Hunter, Democrat, of Richmond County, repre-
senting the Twenty-ninth Representative District, was born in
Rockingham, N. C, October 20, 1916. Son of Dr. N. C. and Carrie
(Jones) Hunter. Attended Rockingham and Laurinburg City
Schools; University of North Carolina. Insurance business. Mayor
of Rockingham, May, 1957 to 1963. Shriner, Oasis Temple. Captain
U. S. Army, 1942-1946. Representative in the General Assembly
of 1963. Methodist; Trustee; District Steward; Steward. Married
Florence Ledbetter, September 18, 1947. Children: Thomas B.,
Jr., age 18, Henry L., age 16 and John W., age 15. Address: P. O.
Box 475, Rockingham, N. C.


(Forty-fifth House District — Counties: Buncombe and McDowell.
Four Representatives.)

Cyril Edley Hutchins, Republican, of Buncombe County, repre-
senting the Forty-fifth Representative District, was born in
Pensacola, N. C, June 26, 1915. Son of Willard C. and Pansy
(Haynie) Hutchins; Grandnephew of Tom Wilson, guide to Dr.
Mitchell who discovered Mt. Mitchell. Attended Public Schools of
Buncombe County; Black Mountain High School; Cecil's Business
School, Asheville, N. C. Contractor. Received Group Citation for
Safety Record with E. I. DuPont & Company. Offered athletic
scholarship for football and basketball by Western Carolina College
and Duke University during depression years. Veteran, World
War II; Aviation Cadet, U. S. Army Air Corps, 1942-1943; honor-
able disability discharge. Member American Legion; American Dis-
abled Veterans; Moose. Worked on defense projects in Alaska.

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Indiana. Oak Ridge, Term., and Greenland. Member Black Mountain
Baptist Church. Two children by former marriage: Mrs. Tom May
of Charlottesville, Va., and Robert Garry Hutchins of Melbourne,
Fla. Married Yvonne E. Carson, October 3, 1953. Three children:
Philip Edley, age 8; Sandra Lee, age 7, and Eric Ellis, age 2.
Address: Route 1, Box 368-B, Black Mountain, N. C.


(Thirtieth House District — County: Forsyth. Five Repre-

Ronald Keith Ingle, Republican, of Forsyth County, representing
the Thirtieth Representative District, was born in Shelby, N. C,
January 12, 1935. Son of Joel Forest and Minnie Ozora (Ford)
Ingle. Attended University of South Carolina, 1961, B.S.E.E.;
Newark College of Engineering, 1964, M.S.E.E. Electrical engineer.
Member Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers. Chair-
man, Forsyth County Republican Precinct. Served in U. S. Marine
Corps. 1954-1957, Sgt. Member Beck's Baptist Church; Super-
intendent, Junior Department since 1965. Married, May 24, 1958.
Children: Tambra Ann, 8; Candice Lee, 6; Kimberly Alane. 5;
Scott Keith, 3. Address: 4636 Walden Drive, Winston-Salem. N. C.


(Forty-fourth House District — Counties: Avery, Mitchell and
Watauga. One Representative.)

Mack Stewart Isaac, Republican, of Avery County, representing
the Forty-fourth Representative District, was born in Newland,
N. C. May 28, 1921. Son of Benjamin H. and Loretta (Banner)
Isaac. Attended Newland High School, Class of 1939; Lees-McRae
College. Farmer. Member of Avery County Chamber of Commerce
and Board of Directors of Avery County Bank. Representative in
the General Assembly of 1959, 1961, 1963 and 1965. Technical
Sergeant, 101st Airborne Division, 1943-1945; member American
Legion. Presbyterian; Deacon since 1941. Single. Address: New-
land, N. C.

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(Thirtieth House District — County: Forsyth. Five Repre-

Howard A. Jemison, Republican, of Forsyth County, representing
the Thirtieth Representative District, was born in Chicago, 111.,
September 15, 1899. Son of Thomas and Carrie (Vawter) Jemison.
Attended Lane Technical High School, Chicago, 111., graduated
June, 1917; Armour Institute of Technology, Electrical Engineering
for two years. Retired. Supervisor, Western Electric Company
for thirty-seven years. Member Telephone Pioneers of America;
Vienna Civic Club, Vice President, 1952-1953, President, 1954-
1955; Vienna Volunteer Fire Dept., Pfafftown, N. C, President,
1954-1960, 1963-1964; helped to organize Vienna Civic Club and
Vienna Volunteer Fire Dept. Served in U. S. Army, World War I,
as a Private; was attending Officers' Training School, Yale Univer-
sity, New Haven, Conn., when war ended. Member Mt. Tabor
Methodist Church; Chairman, Finance Committee; Lay Leader;
Chairman, Official Board; Lay Delegate to Northwest North
Carolina Annual Conference; Teacher Men's Bible Class. Married
Caroline E. Bishop, September 25, 1920. One daughter, Grace J.
Rohrer. Teacher, Presbyterian Kindergarten, Winston-Salem,
N. C; two sons, Howard A. Jemison, Jr., Physician, Wake Forest
College, Winston-Salem, N. C, and Edward T. Jemison, engaged in
import-export business, Tokyo, Japan. Address: R-8, Winston-
Salem, N. C.


(Sixth House District — Counties: Bertie, Hertford and North-
ampton. Two Representatives.)

Roberts Harrell Jernigan, Jr., Democrat, of Hertford County,
representing the Sixth Representative District, was born in
Ahoskie, N. C, November 24, 1915. Son of Roberts Harrell and
Jessie (Garrett) Jernigan. Attended Naval Academy Preparatory
School, 1932-1933; Wake Forest College, 1933-1936; University
of North Carolina, 1936-1937, A.B.; University of North Carolina
Law School. 1937-1939. Farmer and President and Treasurer

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Ahoskie Meat and Provision Co., Inc. of Ahoskie. Member Sigma
Nu Fraternity; Rotary Club; President Ahoskie Rotary Club, 1955;
President Hertford County Y.D.C., 1954; Chairman Hertford
County Democratic Executive Committee, 1958. Representative in
the General Assembly of 1963 and 1965. Director of Hertford
County Saving & Loan Association; member of Advisory Board
of the Salvation Army. Went to China in 1940 as an employee
of Standard Vacuum Oil Company and was manager of Peiping
office at start of World War II in Far East; prisoner of Japanese
for twenty-three months and returned to United States on an
exchange ship "MS Gripsholm." Served as Ensign in United States
Navy, 1943-1946; participated in invasion of Southern France.
Episcopalian. Married Linda Williams, of Sanford, N. C. May
14, 1949. Children: Roberts, III, Elizabeth and Clawson. Address:
401 North Curtis Street, Ahoskie, N. C.


(Eleventh House District — County: Duplin. One Representative.)

Hugh Stewart Johnson, Jr., Democrat, of Duplin County, repre-
senting the Eleventh Representative District, was born in Rose
Hill, N. C, December 12, 1920. Son of Hugh S., Sr., and Ethel
(Southerland) Johnson. Attended Oak Ridge Military Institute,
1937; Motte's Business School of Wilmington, N. C, 1938. Retail
hardware merchant. Member Town Commission of Rose Hill,
1947-1949. Received Man of the Year Award from English-Brown
Post No. 9161 Veterans of Foreign Wars, Wallace, N. C. 1956.
Member Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, 32nd degree; Ancient
and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonry; American Legion,
Wallace Post No. 156; Master Rehobeth Lodge No. 279 A.F. & A.M.,
Rose Hill, N. C, 1953. Chairman Legislative Council, 1963-1964;
member Legislative Research Commission, 1965-1966. Served as
naval aviator for three years in United States Naval Reserve,
World War II with rank of Lieutenant (jg). Representative in the
General Assembly, Extra Session of 1956 and Regular Sessions of
1957, 1959, 1961, 1963 and 1965, and Extra Sessions, 1963, 1965
and 1966. Presbyterian; Deacon since 1940. Married Evelyn Furr
in 1944. Five children. Address: Rose Hill, N. C.

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(Thirty -fifth House District — County: Cabarrus. Two Repre-

James Calvin Johnson, Jr., Republican, of Cabarrus County,
representing the Thirty-fifth Representative District, was born in
Greensboro, N. C, June 5, 1935. Son of James Calvin, Sr. and
Juanita (Hill) Johnson. Attended Spartanburg Junior College,
1954-1956; East Tennessee State University, 1956-1958, B.S. de-
gree; Wake Forest Law School, 1959-1962, LL.B. degree. Lawyer.
Member Cabarrus County Bar Assn.; North Carolina Bar Assn.;
President, North Carolina Juvenile Court Judges Assn. Member
Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity. DSA Award, Concord Jaycees,
1965; One of Three Outstanding Young Men of North Carolina,
1966; State Vice President, North Carolina Jaycees, 1965-1966 and
Regional National Director, 1966-1967. Director of Grimes Y Men's
Club. Kannapolis YMCA, 1965-1967. Editor and publisher, "The
Guardian" (legal news journal in the domestic and juvenile field),
selected as the most outstanding publication of its kind in the
United States by the National Council of Juvenile Court Judges.
Judge, Domestic Relations and Juvenile Court, Cabarrus County,
1963-1966; County Attorney, Cabarrus County, 1966; Research
Attorney, United States District Court, North Carolina, 1962-
1963. Served in U. S. National Guard, 1953-1962. Member Central
Methodist Church, Concord, N. C. Married Linda Henry Johnson,
August 27, 1960. Children: James Calvin Johnson, III, and Kay
Lynn Johnson. Address: 124 Sedgefield Drive, Concord, N. C.


(Nineteenth House District— County : Wake. Four Repre-

Samuel Henry Johnson, Democrat, of Wake County, Repre-
senting the Nineteenth Representative District, was born in
Sampson County, N. C, September 13, 1927. Son of Elliott W.
and Katie (Burnett) Johnson. Attended Franklin High School,
Harrells, Sampson County, N. C, graduated, 1944; Pfeiffer Col-
lege, graduated, 1946; Naval Research Laboratory, Washington,
D. C, studies in electronics, graduated, 1947; Mexico City Writing

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('enter. Special Studies, 1950; University of North Carolina, A.B.
degree, 1950; LL.B. degree, 1953. Lawyer. Partner in firm of
Johnson, Gamble & Fogel, Raleigh, N. C. Member Wake County
Bar Assn.; North Carolina Bar Assn.; North Cai'olina State Bar;
American Bar Assn.; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Delta
Sigma Phi (honorary member). Lion, Mason, Shriner. Town
Attorney for Garner since 1958; President Wake County Young
Democrats, 1950; State Organizer, North Carolina Young Demo-
crats, 1900; President, North Carolina Young Democrats, 1961;
State Chairman, Project Victory-62 for Democratic National Com-
mittee, 1962; Co-Chairman, Jefferson-Jackson Day Dinner, 1962.
Served in U. S. Navy as Electronics Technician for two years,
discharged, 1948. Representative in the General Assembly, 1965.
Member West Raleigh Presbyterian Church; Deacon. Married
Anne Latham of Rose Hill, N. C, August 30, 1952. Children:
Leslie, age 8, and William, age 5. Address: P. O. Box 1777, Raleigh,
N. C. 27602.


(Thirty-sixth House District — County: Mecklenburg. Seven

Arthur H. Jones, Democrat, of Mecklenburg County, representing
the Thirty-sixth Representative District, was born in Philadelphia,
Pa. Son of John Henry and Mary (Harrar) Jones. Attended
Barringer High School, Newark, N. J., 1914-1916; Oberlin College,
A.B., 1929. Northwestern University, School of Financial Public
Relations, 1948-1950, Certificate. Banker. Senior Vice President,
North Carolina National Bank. Member Public Relations Society
of America; Public Relations Society of North Carolina; Charlotte
Public Relations Society; American Institute of Banking; Chair-
man, North Carolina Bankers Assn. Public Relations Committee.
Co-Founder, Charlotte Nature Museum; Director, United Com-
munity Funds and Councils of America, N.Y.C.; Director, National
Recreation and Park Assn., Washington, D. C. ; Chairman Study
Committee, Hospital and Health Facilities, Charlotte-Mecklenburg;
State Chairman, Radio Free Europe, 1965; President United Com-
munity Services, 1955, Chairman, 1961; Chairman, Admissions —
Budget — Carolinas United, 1956-1957. Author, various press and
magazine articles, Re: Public Relations. Taught at North Carolina

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Bankers Conferences, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
and also South Carolina Bankers Conferences, University of
South Carolina, Columbia, S. C. Superintendent, Park and Rec-
reation Commission, 1948. Member Charlotte-Mecklenburg Planning
Commission (appointive), 1962-1966; Governor's Committee on
low-cost Housing. Liaison Officer, 5th Naval District, for all Mili-
tary Personnel and Civilian Communities, 1941-1943. Protestant.
Married Gertrude Von Bergen, June 16, 1926. Two daughters,
Roberta M.; Ruth E., (Mrs. Jack Pentes), and one son, Clark A.
Address: 6510 Sharon Hills Road, Charlotte, N. C. 28210


(Forty-fifth House District — Counties: Buncombe and Mc-
Dowell. Four Representatives.)

David Davoe Jordan, Republican, of Buncombe County, repre-
senting the Forty-fifth Representative District, was born in Dillon,
S. C, December 12, 1938. Son of Harvie C, Sr., and Liza Jane
(Calcutt) Jordan. Attended Myers Park Elementary School,
Charlotte, N. C, 1945-1947; Central School, Gastonia, N. C. 1947-
1951; Wray Jr. High, Gastonia, N. C, 1951-1954; Frank L. Ashley
High School, Gastonia, N. C, 1954-1957; Duke University. Dis-
trict Sales Manager, Jordan Business Forms, Inc. Member Proc-
essing Management Assn.; Phalanx Lodge #31, Ancient Free &
Accepted Masons; Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free-
masonry, Southern Jurisdiction, U.S.A., Carolina Consistory, Val-
ley of Charlotte, Orient of N. C. (32 degree). State Treasurer,
North Carolina Federation of Young Republicans; President,
Buncombe County Young Republican Club. Winner of Naval
R.O.T.C. Scholarship, 1957. Served in U. S. Army, 1958-1961,
Discharged as Specialist Four, Proficiency 1; received Certificate
of Achievement, 1st Logistical Command, Ft. Bragg, N. C, July
13, 1961 for outstanding achievement and service. Member Grace
Covenant Presbyterian Church; Adult Sunday School Teacher
since 1964. Deacon, Third Presbyterian Church, Charlotte, N. C,
1963. Married Madelyn Iris Dedmondt, Tryon, N. C. One son,
Robert Arthur Jordan. Address: 22-A Westall Drive, Asheville,
N. C. 28804; mailing address: P. O. Box 8117, Asheville, N. C.

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(Forty-second House District — Counties: Alexander, Burke and
Caldwell. Three Representatives.)

Donald Rayvaughn Kincaid, Republican, of Caldwell County,
representing the Forty-second Representative District, was born
in Caldwell County, June 2, 1936. Son of Hugh T. and Myrtle
(McCall) Kincaid. Attended Gamewell Elementary School, 1943-
1950; Gamewell High School, 1951-1954; Appalachian State
Teachers College, 1955-1959, B.S. degree; Clevenger's Business
College, 1955. School Teacher and owner of Kincaid Insurance
Agency, Lenoir, N. C. Member Lenoir Lions Club, Lion Tamer;
past member, N.C.E.A. Served in North Carolina National Guard
for nine years, E-5. Member Grandview Park Baptist Church;
Assistant Teacher, Young Married Men's Class; past Teacher of
Young Peoples Class. Married Syretha Weatherford, June 30,
1956. Two children. Address Route 6, Box 246, Lenoir, N. C.


(Twenty-fourth House District — Counties: Hoke Robeson and
Scotland. Four Representatives.)

Roger Clinton Kiser, Democrat, of Scotland County, representing
the Twenty-fourth Representative District, was born in Yadkin
Township, Stokes County, August 30, 1894. Son of Edwin Kiser
and Amy Florence (Butner) Kiser. Attended public and private
schools in Stokes County; Piedmont High School, Cleveland
County; Guilford College; University of North Carolina; Teachers
College of Columbia University; Appalachian State Teachers Col-
lege. Teacher and farmer. Mason; Legionnaire. Member Christian
Church. Representative from Scotland County in the General
Assembly of 1949, 1951, 1953, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1961, 1963 and 1965.
Married Gertrude Margaret Bedell, Ridgewood, N. J., August 14,
1926. Two children: Mrs. Philip J. Crutchfield and Edwin Marten
Kiser. Address: Vance Street, Laurinburg, N. C.

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(Forty-first House District — Counties: Gaston and Lincoln.
Four Representatives.)

Clarence Edwin Leatherman, Democrat, of Lincoln County,
representing the Forty-first Representative District, was born in
Bessemer City, N. C, July 2, 1925. Son of E. Y. and Essie (Pen-
dleton) Leatherman. Attended Lincoln County Public Schools;
North Brook High School, 1941; Gardner-Webb College, 1941-1942;
Appalachian State Teachers College, 1946-1947; University of
Tennessee, College of Law, 1949, LL.B. degree. Lawyer. Member
of American Bar Association; North Carolina State Bar; North
Carolina Bar Association ; Twenty-seventh Judicial Bar Association,
Secretary, 1957-1960; Lincoln County Bar Association; Knights
of Pythias. President, Lincoln County Young Democrat Club, 1956-
1958; State Parliamentarian, Young Democrat Club, 1958; Dele-
gate to National Convention, 1956. Served in United States Navy,
RM3C(LC), 1944-1946. Representative in the General Assembly of
1961, 1963 and 1965. Member, Advisory Budget Commission, 1965-
1966. Member, Tax Study Commission, 1965-1966. Baptist. Married
Charlesanna Walker, April 5, 1952. Two daughters, Celia Ann
and Rhonda Kay and one son, Lamont E. Address: P. O. Box
361, Lincolnton, N. C.


(Twenty-second House District — Counties: Harnett and Let'.
Two Representatives.)

Jimmy Lewis Love, Democrat, of Lee County, representing the
Twenty-second Representative District, was born in Sanford,
N. C, December 21, 1934. Son of James Alonzo and Willie (Bran-
non) Love. Attended Sanford City Schools, 1941-1953; University
of North Carolina, 1956-1960, A.B. and LL.B. degrees. Lawyer.
Member N. C. Bar Assn.; N. C. State Bar Assn. President, Lee
County Young Democrat Club, 1958; Solicitor, Lee County Crim-
inal Court, 1961-1966; Assistant Superior Court Solicitor, 1961-
1966. Member Masons; Rotary. Captain, U. S. Air Force (JAG)
Reserves since 1957. Member East Sanford Baptist Church, Deacon

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and Teacher since 1961. Married Etta Brown Howard, November
9. 1957. Children: Joni Brown, age 7; Jim, age 5, and Melody, age
:. Address: 713 Lawrence Street, Sanford, N. C.


I Forty-third House District — Counties: Cleveland, Polk and
Rutherford. Three Representatives.)

William Kemp Mauney, Jr., Democrat, of Cleveland County,
representing the Forty-third Representative District, was born in
Kings Mountain, N. C, August 15, 1917. Son of William Kemp
and Sarah Jane (Hoffman) Mauney. Attended Kings Mountain
City Schools, 1923-1934; Lenoir Rhyne College, Hickory, N. C.
A.B., 1938 with major in math and history. Men's hosiery manu-
facturer executive and synthetic yarn throwing executive. Mem-
ber Board of Directors, Catawba Valley Hosiery Club, 1963-1964 ;
National Association of Manufacturers; National Association of
Hosiery Manufacturers; Association of Synthetic Yarn Manu-
facturers, Inc.; 28 years in Lions Club, President Kings Mountain
Club, 1947-1948, also served as Treasurer and Tail Twister;
Woodmen of the World; Fraternal Order of Eagles; Loyal Order
of the Moose. President Industrial Association of Kings Mountain
area, 1965-1966; former member Kings Mountain Jaycees, Presi-
dent, 1953; past Scout Master, Eagle Scout Rank with four
brothers, all Eagle Rank; past member Alumni Assn., Lenoir
Rhyne College. Member St. Matthews Lutheran Church, Kings
Mountain, N. C; member Church Council, 1943-1945, 1963-1965;
Chairman. Church Council, 1963-1965; Supt. of Sunday School,
1948-1949. Married Mary Elizabeth Simpson, June 2, 1939. Chi]
dren: Sarah Frances, age 20; Mary Leigh, age 17; William Kemp.
Ill, age 15, and Martha Jane, age 11. Address: East Gold Sti*eet,j
P. O. Box 628, Kings Mountain, N. C.


(Twenty-fourth House District — Counties: Hoke, Robeson an
Scotland. Four Representatives.)

Neill Lauchlin McFadyen, Democrat, of Hoke County, repre
senting the Twenty-fourth Representative District, was born ii

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Hoke County, September 19, 1911. Son of William M. and Lena
(Blue) McFadyen. Attended Raeford High School, Class of 1929;
Davidson College, Class of 1933. Engaged in farming and real
.state. Commissioner, Town of Raeford, 1941-1943; Mayor of
Raeford, 1943-1947; member Hoke County Board of Education,
L949-1960; Chairman, Board of Education, 1955-1960; President,
Hoke County Farm Bureau, 1966; President, Sandhills Area
Development Assn., 1966. Representative in the General Assembly
of 1961, 1963 and 1965. Presbyterian; Deacon, 1940-1949; Elder
since 1949. Married Mary Virginia McLean, June 12, 1937. Chil-
dren: Neill Lauchlin McFadyen, Jr., Virginia Purcell McFadyen
Singleton, William McLean McFadyen and John Currie McFadyen.
Address: 111 South Highland Street, Raeford, N. C.


(Forty-ninth House District — Counties: Cherokee, Clay, Graham

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