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and Macon. One Representative.)

Wiley A. McGlamery, Democrat, of Clay County, representing
the Forty-ninth Representative District, was born in Hayesville,
N. C, August 18, 1909. Son of Ben A. and Ida Bell (Herbert)
McGlamery. Attended Hayesville High School, graduating in 1928;
Cecils Business College, Asheville, N. C. Dairy and poultry farmer,
milling business, farm supply store, co-owner Ford agency. Direc-
tor Citizens Bank and Trust Co., Andrews, N. C; former Director
local R.E.A. Enlisted for 6 months in Reserves. Representative in
the General Assembly of 1965. Member Oak Forest Methodist
Church; District Steward. Married Ora M. Killian, May 18, 1928.
One son, Wiley Dan McGlamery. Address: Hayesville, N. C.

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

Ed. M. McKnight, Republican, of Forsyth County, representing
the Thirtieth Representative District, was born in Dallas, N. C,
June 21, 1908. Son of Samuel W. and Bessie V. (White) McKnight.

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Attended Murray Voc. High School, Charleston, S. C; also took
various correspondence courses; American Institute of Banking,
Chicago, 111., 1932-1935. Member American Welding Society; Na-
tional Welding Supply Association ; charter member, Board of
Directors, Winston-Salem Development Corp., President, Edmac,
Inc.; member Winston-Salem Twin City Club. Sgt. U. S. Marine
Corps, September, 1924 to January, 1932. Representative in the
General Assembly of 1965. Member Calvary Moravian Church,
Winston-Salem, N. C; past President Men of Church; now mem-
ber, Board of Trustees. Married Dorothy Mae Essex, November 26.
1952. Two sons and two daughters, Keith Jay McKnight, Martha
Gayle McKnight, and by previous marriage, Don B. McKnight
and Mrs. D. M. Matthews, Jr. Address: Route 2, Keithgayle Drive,
Clemmons, N. C.


(Twenty-fifth House District — County: Rockingham. Two Repre-

Jule McMichael, Democrat, of Rockingham County, representing
the Twenty-fifth Representative District, was born near Madison,
Rockingham County, North Carolina, November 19, 1910. Son of
James Pleasant and Annie Dell (DeShazo) McMichael. Attended
Wentworth Elementary and High School 1916-1926; Reidsville
High School, 1926-1927; University of North Carolina, A. B., 1932;
University of North Carolina Law School, LL.B., 1934. Lawyer.
President Rockingham County Bar Association; President Seven-
teenth Judicial District Bar Association; Member North Carolina
Bar Association ; Member American Bar Association. City Attorney
for Reidsville since 1949 ; Rockingham County Attorney since 1953 ;
Vice President North Carolina Association of County Attorneys;
Chairman Rockingham County Democratic Executive Committee
1950-1966. State Senator in the General Assembly of 1957. Mem-
ber Phi Beta Kappa. Lieutenant Commander USNR, 1942-1946;
Member Fourteenth Naval District Court at Pearl Harbor, 1945.
Presbyterian. Former Deacon. Married Mary Browne Wallace,
February 7, 1942. Children, Jule McMichael, Jr., age 23, Howard
Reid McMichael, age 19, George Pell McMichael, age 17. Address:
1601 Country Club Road, Reidsville, N. C.

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

Archibald Alexander McMillan, Democrat, of Wake County,
representing the Nineteenth Representative District, was born in
Raleigh, N. C, January 28, 1920. Son of Robert Leroy and Mary
Lee (Swan) McMillan. Attended Broughton High School, graduated
1936; Darlington School, Rome, Ga. graduated 1937; Wake Forest
College, 19 11, A.B. degree; President Senior Class, Wake Forest
College, 19 11. Studied law under Claude Love in Asheville, N. C.
Lawyer. Member North Carolina Bar Association; Wake County
Bar Association; Omicron Delta Kappa Fraternity; Secretary,
Kappa Alpha, college social fraternity. Representative in the
Genera] Assembly of 1961, 1963 and 1965. Captain, U. S. Marine
Corps, 1941-1946; member of American Legion. Baptist. Married
Carol Montgomery Street, January 23, 1954. Children: Carol, age
11; Julia, age 10; Amanda, age 9; Alexandra, age 6 and Archibald
Alexander, Jr., age 4. Address: 406 Chesterfield Road, Raleigh,
N. C.


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

Roscoe Drake McMillan, Jr., Democrat, of Robeson County, rep-
resenting the Twenty-fourth Representative District, was born in
Red Springs, N. C, June 11, 1913. Son of Roscoe Drake and
Gertrude Anne (Garrison) McMillan. Attended Red Springs High
School, 1926-1930; University of North Carolina, B.S. in Com-
merce, 1934. President, R. D. McMillan, Inc., farm machinery and
automobile dealers. Town Commissioner of Red Springs, 1947-1953,
and Mayor, 1953-1959. Member Masonic Order; American Legion.
Commander Charlie Hall Post No. 35, 1949; Veterans of Foreign
Wars; Forty and Eight; Pi Kappa Alpha; Alpha Kappa Psi;
President, Red Springs Rotary Club, 1948; President, Red Springs
Chamber of Commerce, 1961; President UNC Robeson County
Alumni Association, 1960; former Director Robeson County Chap-

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ter Red Cross; Director Red Springs Federal Savings and Loan
Association; Director and Secretary, N. C. Automobile Dealers
Association; Director, First Union National Bank, Red Springs,
N. C; Trustee, University of North Carolina; Trustee of N. C.
Cancer Hospital; former Trustee of Peace College and Pres-
byterian Home, High Point, N. C. Captain, U. S. Naval Reserve
with World War II service, 1942-1945. Representative in the Gen-
eral Assembly of 1961, 1963 and 1965. Presbyterian; Commissioner
to General Assembly of Presbyterian Church, U. S., 1952-1953;
Moderator of Fayetteville Presbytery, 1956. Married Eleanor
Webb Powe, July 9, 1937. Children: Roscoe Drake McMillan, III
and Anne Eleanor McMillan. Address: Red Springs, N. C.


(Thirty-seventh House District — Counties: Alleghany, Ashe,
Stokes and Surry. Three Representatives.)

Hugh L. Merritt, Democrat, of Surry County, representing the
Thirty-seventh Representative District, was born in Mount Airy,
N. C, April 5, 1908. Son of W. E. and Caroline (Kochtitzky)
Merritt. Attended Mount Airy High School; University of North
Carolina, B.S., Commerce, 1929. Hosiery manufacturer. Member
Alpha Kappa Phi, commerce fraternity; Masonic Order; Knight
Templer; Shriner; Board of Trustees, Northern Surry Hospital
since 1957. Director Southern Hosiery Association; Director Na-
tional Association of Hosiery Manufacturers. Representative in
the General Assembly of 1965. Methodist; member Board of
Stewards; Trustee. Married Emma Rice, April 29, 1939. Children:
Emma Jane, Julia Frances, Nancy Elizabeth and Hugh Lee
Merritt, Jr. Address : RFD No. 4, Mount Airy, N. C.


(Forty-seventh House District — Counties: Haywood, Madison
and Yancey. Two Representatives.)

Ernest Bryan Messer, Democrat, of Haywood County, repre-
senting the Forty-seventh Representative District, was born in
Waynesville, N. C, December 21, 1913. Son of Forrest W. and

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Effie (Furr) Messer. Attended .James Chapel, 1920-1927; Lee
Edwards High School, 1927-1931; Carson Newman College, 1935,
H.A. degree. Supervisor, Wood Procurement Department, Champion
Papers, Inc., Canton, N. C. Teacher and basketball coach, Hay-
wood County Schools, 1935-1939. Member Canton Lions Club;
Canton Toastmasters Club; American Legion; Veterans of Foreign
Wars; Board of Directors. Haywood County Mental Health Asso-
ciation, Champion Y.M.C.A., Champion Credit Union. Chairman
Haywood County Democratic Executive Committee, 1958-1962;
Haywood County Planning Board; Haywood County Historical
Association; Chairman Red Cross Bloodmobile. Served in U. S.
Navy as Lieutenant, World War II, 1942-1945. Representative in
the General Assembly of 1963 and 1965. Baptist; Teacher Adult
Sunday School Class; Training Union Director. Married Jincy
Owen, January 11, 1936. One daughter, Mrs. Clyde Poovey, Jr.,
Atlanta, Ga. Address: 15 Forest View Circle, Canton, N. C.


(Thirty-third House District— Counties: Anson and Union. Two
Representatives. )

Fred Moore Mills, Jr., Democrat, of Anson County, representing
the Thirty-third Representative District, was born in Wadesboro,
X. C, March 26, 1922. Son of Fred Moore and Zeta (Fetzer) Mills.
Attended University of North Carolina, B.S. Commerce, 1950.
Farmer and business man. Member American Legion; V.F.W.;
Phi Kappa Sigma Fraternity; Loyal Order of Moose. T/Sgt. 1942-
1945. State Senator in the General Assembly of 1963 and 1965.
Presbyterian; Deacon. Married Frances Lee Davis, December 28,
1.953. Children: Fred M., Ill and James Fetzer Mills. Address:
«07 Camden Road, Wadesboro, N. C.


(Fourth House District — Counties: Onslow and Pender. Three

William Donald Mills, Democrat, of Onslow County, repre-
senting the Fourth Representative District, was born in Maysville,

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N. C. October 8, 1932. Son of Leo Bell and Mildred (Jones) Mills.
Attended White Oak Elementary School, 1938-1946; White Oak
High School, 1946-1950; East Carolina College, September to
December, 1950, 1953-1954. Appliance and furniture retail business.
Member Southern Retail Furniture Association; Sea Side Lodge
No. 429, Swansboro, N. C; New Bern Consistory No. 3, New Bern,
N. C; Sudan Temple, New Bern, N. C; Loyal Order of Moose;
Order of Eastern Star No. 238, Swansboro, N. C. Onslow County
Commissioner, 1959-1964. Served in U. S. Army, January, 1951 to
December 1952, Corporal E-4. Representative in the General As-
sembly of 1965. Member Belgrade Methodist Church, Route 1,
Maysville, N. C; Superintendent, 1954-1960; Trustee since 1962;
President Methodist Men's Club, 1959-1960. Married Donniere
Morton, January 25, 1952. Children: William Donald Mills, Jr.,
Robert Duane Mills and Kathy Darlene Mills. Address Route 1,
Maysville, N. C.


(Thirty-fourth House District — County: Rowan. Two Repre-

Austin A. Mitchell, Republican, of Rowan County, representing
the Thirty-fourth Representative District, was born in Madison
County, Georgia. Son of Authel A. and Ella (Vaughan) Mitchell,
both deceased. Attended Poplar Springs School, Alabama, 1921-
1927; High School, Double Spring, Alabama, 1927-1928; Athens
High School, Athens, Georgia, 1928-1931; Baltimore Business
School (Drafting), 1942; Christy Electric, New York City, 1951;
Textile School, Belmont, N. C, 1941. Supervisor of Equipment
Installation, Air-O-Mation — Pneumatic and Electric Textile
Cleaning Equipment, Bahnson Co. Past Vice Counselor, Junior
Order of American Mechanics; past Manager, Colonial Theater;
past Manager, Main Theater; past Manager, Friendly Finance Co.
Member Lake Wood Baptist Church; Training Union Director,
1941. Married Kathleen Pethel. One daughter, Mrs. Joyce Gulledge.
Address: 1302 West A Street, P. O. Box 517, Kannapolis, N. C.

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I Fourth House District Counties: Onslow and Pender. Three
Representatives. )

James Franklin Mohn, Sr., Democrat, of Onslow County, repre-
senting the Fourth Representative District, was born in Pender
County, July 26, 1910. Son of Frank C. and Hattie (Harrelson)
Mohn. Attended Pender County Schools, 1917-1929; Wilmington
School. 1932; summer session of 1940, Bible College, University
of North Carolina, Chapel, N. C. President, J. F. Mohn Mercantile
Co., J. F. Mohn & Sons Tractor Co., J. F. Mohn & Sons Oil Co.
and J. F. Mohn & Sons Grain Co. Moved to Richlands, 1932 and
began business in 1934. Member Carolinas Farm & Power Equip-
ment Dealers Assn.; Lions Club, two terms as President; Loyal
Order of Moose. Mayor of Richlands, 1942-1946; Councilman.
1947-1949; County Commissioner, 1952-1956; Chairman County
Commissioners, 1958-1962. Served as Minister from 1927 to 1934.
Member First Christian Church, 1940-1960; Deacon, Elder and
Sunday School Teacher; Assistant Pastor for twenty years. Mar-
ried Lyde Mae Carter, July 17, 1932. Six children: James F., Jr;
Donald C; Robert H.; Frederick H.; David J., and Kay M.
Gasperson. Address: P. O. Box 265, Richlands, N. C.


(Fortieth House District — County: Catawba. Two Repre-

Loyd Alexander Mullinax, Democrat, of Catawba County, repre-
senting the Fortieth Representative District, was born in Newton,
\\ C, January 26, 1917. Son of Loyd A. and Edna (Reitzel)
Mullinax. Attended Newton-Conover High School, graduated, 1934;
Newton Business School, graduated, 1941, degree in Accounting
and Secretarial Practice; University of Georgia, 1961-1962, com-
pleted courses in Management for Executive Development. Man-
aging Officer (Executive Vice President and Secretary), Citizens
Savings & Loan Assn., Newton, N. C, since 1946. Member Amer-
ican Savings & Loan Institute, home office: Chicago. Served as
Director of Southeastern Conference, United States Savings &

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Loan League; Director of North Carolina Savings & Loan League,
two terms; Vice President, North Carolina Savings & Loan League,
1965; now serving as President, North Carolina Savings & Loan
League for term of July 1, 1966 to July 1, 1967. Past President,
Newton Lions Club; past Zone Chairman and past Deputy District
Governor and past Cabinet Secretary, all of District 31-B, Lions
International. Deputy Clerk Superior Court, Catawba County,
1941-1943; Clerk Superior Court, Catawba County, 1944; Secretary
to Joe W. Ervin and S. J. Ervin, Jr. during their term in Congress
from 10th Congressional District, 1945-1946. Member Newton
Zoning Commission and Chairman Board of Adjustments, 1948-
1960; Board of Aldermen and Mayor pro-tem, City of Newton.
1961-1965. Served as President, Newton Toastmasters Club, 1958;
Vice President, Eastern Catawba County United Fund, 1965;
Vice President, Newton Merchants Assn., 1958-1959; two terms as
Director, Newton Chamber of Commerce. Member Newton Elks
Lodge #2042, Newton, N. C; Newton Lions Club, Newton, N. C.
Served as Sergeant (Company Clerk), N. C. State Guard, 1942-
1943. Member Beth-Eden Lutheran Church, Newton, N. C; past
President Brotherhood; former Sunday School Superintendent;
presently, member of Church Council and Teacher of Adult Bible
Class. Married Mary Hatchett of Maiden, N. C, August 16, 1937.
One daughter, Mrs. Ronald W. (Linda) Fye, of Winston-Salem,
N. C; one son, Robert A. (Bobby) Mullinax, of the home. Address:
628 West 8th Street, Newton, N. C.


(Twenty-third House District — County: Cumberland. Four

Isaac H. O'Hanlon, Democrat, of Cumberland County, repre-
senting the Twenty-third Representative District, was born in
Fayetteville, N. C, September 5, 1911. Son of the late George A.
and Dora (Hawley) O'Hanlon. Attended Haymount Grade School,
1918-1924; Fayetteville High School, 1925-1930; Wake Forest
College, 1930-1935. Owner and Manager of Antex Exterminating
Company, Inc. Member of Fayetteville Chamber of Commerce;
Knights of Pythias; Fayetteville Kiwanis Club. Representative in
the General Assembly of 1953, 1955, 1963 and 1965. Member North

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Carolina Pest Control Association. Episcopalian; member of Vestry.
Married Emma Merle Sikes, September 1, 1935. Two children:
William Hawley O'Hanlon and Edward Wilkins O'Hanlon. Addi'ess:
Box 475, Fayetteville, N. C.


(Fifteenth House District — Counties: Johnston and Wilson.
Three Representatives.)

Joshua Ernest Paschall, Democrat, of Wilson County, repre-
senting the Fifteenth Representative District, was born in Wilson
County, August 9, 189G. Son of Joshua Walter and Sallie (Poole)
Paschall. Attended Wilson Public Schools, 1902-1911; Lucama
High School, 1912-1914; Atlantic Christian College, 1914-1918, A.B.
degree; U.N.C. Summer School, 1917; courses in banking in
United Y.M.C.A. Schools, New York, N. Y., 1921-1922; American
Extension University, Los Angeles, Calif., LL.B., 1926; attended
night law class of Judge Geo. P. Pell, 1930-1931 and received
license to practice law, August 1931; graduate American Institute
of Banking, June 1926, receiving standard certificate. Lawyer;
retired President of Branch Banking & Trust Co., Wilson, N. C.
Director Branch Banking and Trust Co. since 1943. Member
American Bar Assn.; North Carolina Bar Assn.; Wilson County
Rar Assn.; President N. C. Bankers Assn., 1960-1961; President
Branch Banking & Trust Co., 1952-1964; Director Wilson Savings
& Loan Assn. since 1931, President since 1944; Vice Chairman
Board of Trustees of Atlantic Christian College since 1948. Mem-
ber Rotary Club; Elks Club; American Legion, Post Commander,
1935-1936; Newcomen Society in North America. President Wilson
Chamber of Commerce, 1945; Chef-de-Gare of Forty & Eight
Society of American Legion, 1936; County Representative on
Coastal Plain Planning & Development Commission, President,
1965-1966; member State Banking Commission, 1961-1965. Re-
ceived Honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Atlantic Christian
College, 1961; received Special Award from Wilson County Chapter
AIB for dedicated service. Listed for a number of years in "Who's
Who in America" and "Who's Who in Commerce & Industry."
Enlisted USNRF May 25, 1918, HA3c, discharged February, 1919
as PHM 3CL; commissioned 2nd Lt. in Infantry and assigned to


Co. M, 120th Inf., N.C.N.G., 1922; promoted to 1st Lt. with same
assignment, 1927. Representative in the General Assembly of 1965.
Member First Christian Church, Wilson, N. C; Trustee and
Elder; Chairman of Church Board and Associate Chairman, 1930-
1952. Married Claire Hodges of Lenoir County, N. C, December
18, 1919. One daughter, Mrs. Chas. W. Mauze, Lexington, N. C.
and one son, Col. James E. Paschall, Washington, D. C. Address:
1718 Wilshire Boulevard, Wilson, N. C.


(Eighteenth House District — County: Durham. Three Repre-

Wade Hampton Penny, Jr., Democrat, of Durham County, repre-
senting the Eighteenth Representative District, was born in Dur-
ham, N. C, January 28, 1936. Son of Wade Hampton and Pauline
Anne (Browne) Penny. Attended Durham High School, graduated,
1953; Duke University, A.B. degree in History, 1957; Duke Uni-
versity Law School, 1960, LL.B. Lawyer. Member North Carolina
Bar Assn.; North Carolina State Bar; American Bar Assn.; Phi
Beta Kappa; Omicron Delta Kappa; Phi Kappa Sigma. Richardson
Foundation Fellowship in Government, 1960-1961; associated with
the office of U. S. Representative L. H. Fountain of North Carolina.
Methodist. Married Carolyn Ketner of Salisbury, N. C, December
23, 1956. Children: Wade H., Ill, age 9; David M., age 6; Carolyn
Leigh, age 5; Michael G., age 1. Address: 3937 Nottaway Road,
Durham, N. C. 27707.


(Twenty-sixth House District — County: Guilford. Six Repre-

Charles Wiley Phillips, Democrat, of Guilford County, repre-
senting the Twenty-sixth Representative District, was born in
Randolph County, June 25, 1897. Son of Jesse Lee and Fannie
(Waddell) Phillips. Attended Trinity High School, 1911-1914;
Jamestown High School, 1915-1916; University of North Carolina,
Chapel Hill, 1916-1921, A.B. degree; Columbia University, summers

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of L923, 1924, 1926 and 1927, M.A. degree. Retired. Member N. C.
Education Association; President State Education Association,
1945-1946; President State Congress of P.T.A., 1943-1945. Mem-
ber Rotary International, District Governor, 1932-1933 and 1963-
L964; Rotary Club of Greensboro, President, 1929-1930, Secretary,
1941-1964. Teacher and Principal in Greensboro Public Schools, 12
years. Director Public Relations, Woman's College, U. N. C, 27
years; retired. 1962. Director of Experiment in Television Teaching
in the State. 1957-1961; Director. Downtown Campus, Guilford
College, 1965-1966. Corporal, U. S. Army, World War I. Repre-
sentative in General Assembly of 1965. Methodist; Church School
Teacher; District Lay Leader. Married Lela Wade, 1924. Children:
Wade, Carolyn, Charles, Jr., and Barbara Ann. Address: 210 S.
Tremont Drive. Greensboro, N. C.


(Twenty-first House District — County: Alamance. Two Repre-

Morris Glenn Pickard, Democrat, of Alamance County, repre-
senting the Twenty-first Representative District, was born in
Burlington, X. C, June 17, 1919. Son of Alfred Leroy and Ola
(Snipes) Pickard. Attended Campbell Junior College, 1939-1941;
Presbyterian Junior College, 1941-1942; Elon College; University
of North Carolina Law School, LL.B., 1948. Lawyer. Member
Alamance County Bar Association; North Carolina State Bar
Association; 15th Judicial District Bar; North Carolina Bar As-
sociation. Phi Alpha Delta; Benevolent Protective Order of Elks;
Loyal Order of Moose; Amei'ican Legion; Burlington Masonic
Lodge No. 721; Royal Arch Mason Chapter 96; Knights Templar;
Oasis Temple. Burlington Shrine; Burlington Planning and Zoning
Commission. 1948-1956; Alamance County Board of Elections,
1952-19fi0; President Alamance County Young Democrats Club.
1953; past President and life member Burlington Junior Chamber
of Commerce. President, Bareco, Inc.; Secretary, Abner Sales,
Inc.. Secretary, Hunter Television, Inc.; member North Carolina
Council on Mental Retardation. Served in U. S. Naval Reserve as
Lieutenant Commander, 1942-1945. Representative in the General
Assembly of 1961, 1963 and 1965. Methodist. Married Mary Ellen

PhiiliLu of Guilford
Pickard of Alamance
Poovey of Catawba

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Ragsdale of Onslow
Ramsey of Madison

Ramsey of Person

Raynor of Cumberland
Roberson of Beaufort

Rouiiiree of Pitt
Royall of Durbam
Short of Guilford

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Stanford of Orange
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Hayes. January 9, L945. Three sons: Morris Glenn, Jr., Thomas
Alfred and Frederick Walker Pickard. Address: 1119 Sherwood
Drive, Burlington N. C.


(Fortieth House District — County: Catawha. Two Repre-

Julius Reid Poovey, Republican, of Catawba County, representing
the Fortieth Representative District, was born in Hickory, N. C.
September 24, 1902. Son of Lloyd Willard and Nancy Thomas
(Reid) Poovey. Attended Weaver College; Lenoir Rhyne College,
commercial graduate, 1922. Accountant. Served in U.S.C.G.R., Sic
(T), 1944-1945. Episcopalian. Married Kathryn Violet Icard, April
7. 1928. One daughter, Mrs. Walter N. Yount; three sons, J.
Reid Poovey, Jr.; Capt. William B. Poovey, USAF; Lt. James
X. Poovey. USX. Address: 61 Twentieth Avenue. X. W.. Hickory.
N. C.


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

Dwight Wilson Quinn, Democrat, of Cabarrus County, repre-
senting the Thirty-fifth Representative District, was born in York,
South Carolina, September 12, 1917. Son of Lucy (Wilson) Quinn
and the late William Lytle Quinn. Attended Kannapolis Public
Schools; Night and Correspondence Schools, courses in Business
Law, Bookkeeping- and Accounting;, Typing;, Business Management
and Textiles. Supervising; capacity, Cannon Mills Co. Member
Cabarrus County YDC, President, 1948, and served on various
State YDC committees; Precinct Registrar, 1948-1950: member
Governor's Commission on Reorganization of State Government,
1959-1960; Chairman Governor's Commission on Reorganization
of State Government, 1931-1962; m mber Executive Committee of
the North Carolina Citizens Committee for Better Schools, Inc.:
Governor's Committee on Juvenile Delinquency and Youth Crime;

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delegate to the National Democratic Convention in Los Angeles,
California, 1960; member Confederate Festival Committee of the
N. C. Confederate Centennial Commission. Voted Kannapolis Man
of the Year, 1948 by the Jaycees. Received Amvets National Dis-
tinguished Service Award for outstanding community service, 1953.
Member Board of Directors Cannon Memorial Y.M.C.A.; National
Y.M.C.A. Young Men's Council; past President, Inter-Club Coun-
cil; Advisor to Hi-Y; District Boy Scout Committee; Board of the
National Cerebral Palsy Association; Board of Directors and past
President Cabarrus County Chapter, North Carolina Heart Asso-

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