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St. Thomas


President of the Senate Robert W. Scott Rt. 1, Haw River

Speaker of the House of

Representatives David M. Britt Fairmont


Governor Dan K. Moore Haywood

Lt. Governor Robert W. Scott Alamance

Secretary of State *Thad Eure Hertford

Auditor *Henry L. Bridges Guilford

Treasurer *Edwin Gill Scotland

Superintendent of Public

Instruction *Charles F. Carroll Duplin

Attorney General Wade Bruton Montgomery

Commissioner of Agriculture *James A. Graham Rowan

Commissioner of Labor *Frank Crane Union

Commissioner of Insurance *Edwin S. Lanier Orange

*Constitutes the Council of State (Attorney General is the legal advisor to the Executive


Supreme Court

Chief Justice R. Hunt Parker *Raleigh

Associate Justice Wm. H. Bobbitt *Raleigh

Associate Justice Carlisle Higgins *Raleigh

Associate Justice Susie Sharp *Raleigh

Associate Justice I. Beverly Lake *Raleigh

Associate Justice J. Will Pless, Jr *Raleigh

Associate Justice Joseph Branch *Raleigh

Emergency Justice Wm. B. Rodman, Jr Washington

Emergency Justice E. B. Denny Raleigh

Adm. Asst. To Chief Justice Bert Montague Raleigh

Librarian and Marshal Raymond M. Taylor Raleigh

Clerk Adrian J. Newton Raleigh

Reporter John M. Strong Raleigh

♦Official (not legal) residences.

Superior Court Judges

District Name Address

First Walter Cohoon Elizabeth City

Second Elbert S. Peel, Jr Williamston

Third William J. Bundy Greenville

Fourth Howard H. Hubbard Clinton

Fifth Rudolph I. Mintz Wilmington

Sixth Joseph W. Parker Windsor

Seventh George M. Fountain Tarboro

Eighth Albert W. Cowper Kinston

Ninth Hamilton H. Hobgood Louisburg

Tenth William Y. Bickett Raleigh

Tenth James H. Pou Bailey Raleigh

Eleventh Harry E. Canaday Smithfield

Twelfth E. Maurice Braswell Fayetteville

Thirteenth Raymond B. Mallard Tabor City

Fourteenth Clarence W. Hall Durham

Fifteenth Leo Carr Burlington

Sixteenth Henry A. McKinnon, Jr Lumberton

Seventeenth Allen H. Gwyn Reidsville

Eighteenth Eugene G. Shaw Greensboro

Eighteenth Walter E. Crissman High Point

Nineteenth Frank M . Armstrong Troy

Twentieth John D. McConnell. : Southern Pines


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District Name Address

Twenty-firsl Walter E. Johnston, Jr. Winston-Salem

Twenty-first Harvey A. Lupton Winston-Salem

Twenty-second John R. McLaughlin Statesville

Twenty-third Robert M. Gambill N. Wilkesboro

Twenty-fourt h W. E. Anglin Burnsville

Twenty-fifth. . James ('. Farthing Lenoir

Twenty-sixth Hugh B. Campbell Charlotte

Twenty-six) h Francis O. Clarkson Charlotte

Twenty-seventh P. C. F>oneberger Gastonia

Twenty-seventh . .B. T. Falls, Jr Shelby

Twenty-eighth W. K. McLean Asheville

Twenl v-nint h. J. W. Jackson Hendersonville

Thirtieth T. D. Bryson Bryson City

Special Judges

Walter E. Brock .Wadesboro Hubert E. May Nashville

Edward B. Clark Elizabethtown Harry C. Martin Asheville

J. William Copeland . Murfreesboro H. L. Riddle, Jr Morganton

.lames F. I .at ham Burlington Fred H. Hasty Charlotte

Emergency Judges

Walter J. Bene Nashville. Q. K. Nimocks, Jr Fayetteville

W. U.S. Burgwyn Woodland Hubert E. Olive Lexington

B. Patton Franklin. F. Donald Phillips Rockingham

Zeb V. Nettles. ... Asheville H. Hoyle Sink Greensboro

Cluster R. Morris Coinjock Henry L. Stevens, Jr Warsaw

District Name Address

First Herbert Small Elizabeth City

Second Roy R. Holdford, Jr Wilson

Third . W. H. S. Burgwyn, Jr Woodland

Fourt h Archie Taylor Lillington

Fifth Luther Hamilton, Jr Morehead City

Sixth Walter T. Britt Clinton

Seventh William G. Ransdell, Jr Raleigh

Eighth James C. Bowman Southport

Ninth Doran J. Berry Fayetteville

Ninth A John B. Regan St. Pauls

Tenth Dan K. Edwards Durham

Tent h A Thomas D. Cooper, Jr. Burlington

Eleventh Thomas W. Moore, Jr Winston-Salem

Twelfth Charles T. Kivette Greensboro

Thirteenth . . . M. G. Boyette Carthage

Fourteenth Henry M. Whitesides Gastonia

Fourteenth A . . . . . . Elliott M. Schwartz Charlotte

Fifteenth Zeb A. Morris Concord

Sixteenth W. Hampton Childs, Jr Lincoln ton

Seventeenth J. Allie Hayes N. Wilkesboro

Eighteenth Leonard Lowe Caroleen

Nineteenth . . Clyde M. Roberts Marshall

Twentieth Marcellus Buchanan, III Sylva

Twenty-first . Charles M. Neaves Elkin

^District Court Judges
District Name Address

Fentress Horner (Chief) Elizabeth City

William S. Privott Edenton

Twelfl h. Coy E. Brewer (Chief) Fayetteville

Derb S. Carter Fayetteville

Joseph E. Dupree Raeford

D. B. Herring, Jr Fayetteville

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District Name Address

Fourteenth E. Lawson Moore (Chief) Durham

Thomas H. Lee Durham

Samuel O. Riley Durham

Sixteenth Robert F. Floyd (Chief) Fairmont

Samuel E. Britt Lumberton

John S. Gardner Lumberton

Twenty-fifth Mary Gaither Whitener (Chief) Hickory

Joe Howard Evans Hickory

Keith S. Snyder Lenoir

Thirtieth F. E. Alley, Jr. (Chief) Waynesville

Robert J. Leatherwood, III Bryson City

*District Courts are now in operation in only six districts composed of twenty-two counties.
District Courts will be operating in all counties by December ,1970.


District Name Address

First Wilton F. Walker, Jr Currituck

Twelfth George Z. Stuhl Fayetteville

Fourteenth Milton Read, Jr Durham

Sixteenth Charles G. McLean Lumberton

Twenty-fifth J. C. Rudisill, Jr Newton

Thirtieth J. Charles McDarris Waynesville

District Name Address

Adjutant General Claude T. Bowers Warren

Dept. of Administration Edward L. Rankin, Jr., Director Wake

Dept. of Agriculture James A. Graham, Commissioner Rowan

Board of Alcoholic Control Ray B. Brady, Director Wake

State Dept. of Archives

and History Dr. Christopher Crittenden, Director Wake

Department of Auditor Henry L. Bridges, State Auditor Guilford

Banking Dept Frank L. Harrelson, Commissioner Wake

Commission for the Blind Grady R. Galloway, Executive Secretary Wake

N. C. Burial Assns Daniel K. Muse, Commissioner Alamance

Budget Bureau G. A. Jones, Jr., State Budget Officer Wake

N. C. Civil Defense Agency Edward F. Griffin, Director Franklin

Department of Conservation

and Development Dan E. Stewart, Director Wake

Department of Community

Colleges I.E. Ready, Director Wake

Administrative Office of the

Courts J. Frank Huskins, Director Yancey

State Board of Education A. C. Davis, Controller Wake

Board of Higher Education Dr. Howard R. Boozer, Director Wake

State Board of Elections Alex K. Brock, Executive Secretary Wake

Employment Security Com Henry E. Kendall, Chairman Cleveland

Eugenics Board of

North Carolina Mrs. Sue L. Casebolt, Executive Secretary Wake

General Services Division Lawrence A. Watts, Jr., General Services Officer Wake

State Board of Health Dr. Jacob Koomen, State Health Director Wake

State Highway Patrol Charles A. Speed, Commander Wake

State Highway Commission Joseph M. Hunt, Jr., Chairman Guilford

State Highways W. F. Babcock, Administrator Wake

Department of Mental Health . . Dr. Eugene A. Hargrove,

Comm. of Mental Health Wake

Industrial Commission J. W. Bean, Chairman Rowan

Department of Insurance Edwin S. Lanier, Commissioner Orange

Bureau of Investigation Myron H. McBryde, Director Wake

Board of Juvenile Correction Blaine M. Madison, Commissioner Iredell

Department of Justice Wade Bruton, Attorney General Montgomery

Department of Labor Frank Crane, Commissioner Union

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District Name Address

\. C. State Library Philip S. Ogilvie, State Librarian Wake

Local Government Commission W. E. Easterling, Secretary Wake

Medical Care Commission William V. Henderson, Exec. Sec'y ... 'Wake

\. ( '. Milk Commis ion J. V. Whitaker, Exec. Sec'y ' Wake

Department of Motor Vehicles A. Pilston Godwin Jr., Commissioner .'Gates

Municipal Board of Control Thad Eure, Secretary (Ex-officio). . .Hertford

Museum ol \-i I >r. Justus Bier, Director Wake

State Hoard of Paroles Marvin R. Wooten, Chairman . . .Catawba

Personnel Department Claude E. Caldwell, Director. . Wake

State Ports Authority James W. Davis, Exec. Director . ..New Hanover

Dept. of Prisons . V. L. Bounds, Director Wake

Probation Commission Charles M. Clodfelter, Director. . Wake

State Property Officer . Frank Turner '.Wake

\. C. Federal Property Officer James R. Smith ....... Wake

I lept . of Public Instruction I )r. Charles F. Carroll, Superintendent. . . .Duplin

State Dept. of Public Welfare Clifton M. Craig, Commissioner. . . . Wake

State Purchasing Officer. Eston Y. Brickhouse Tyrrell

Recreation Commission . Ralph J. Andrews, Director. Wake

Retirement System Nathan Yelton, Director '.'. Mitchell

Department of Revenue Ivie L. Clayton, Commissioner Wake

Rural Electrification Authority . . Gwyn B. Price, Chairman Ashe

V ( '. Hoard of Science

and Technology . Peter J. Chenery, Director Durham

N. C. Seashore Commission . . William S. Johnson, Jr., Director. . Wake

Dept. of State Thad Eure, Secretary of State. . Hertford

Supreme Court . . Bert M. Montague, Administrative

Assistant to Chief Justice Durham

Raymond M. Taylor, Librarian and Marshal.. . Wake

Adrian J. Newton, Clerk Wake

John M. Strong, Reporter Wake

Department of Tax Research. . H. C. Stansburv, Director. Wake

Tax Review Board Harlan E. Boyles, Executive Secretary. . \\ ake

treasury Department Edwin Gill, State Treasurer Scotland

Unties Commission . Harry T. Westcott, Chairman Wake

Veterans Commission Collin McKinne, Director Franklin

Dept. ol Water Resources. George E. Pickett, Director Wake

\\ ildlife Resources Commission. . . Clyde P. Patton, Exec. Director. . . Wake

All official addresses, Raleigh, N. C.


Confederate Woman's Home Mrs. Sadie J. Hughes . . . . Fayetteville

.. _ Correctional

(•.astern ( arolina

Training School Wra. D. Clark Rocky Mount

Juvenile Evaluation Center. R. Vance Robertson Swannanoa

Male Home and Industrial

School for Girls R e va Mitchell Eagle Springs

Leonard Training School William R. Windley .. . McCain

Morrison Training School Henry W. Parker " ' Hoffman

State I raining School

> Gi „' s r -, ' Mae D - Holmes Kinston

stonewall Jackson

Training School J. Frank Scott Concord

a , , m Educational

cultural and Technical

, ( Allege Lewis C. Dowdy Greensboro

Appalachian State Teachers ^reensooro

, ' "".'.-P',,, W. H. Plemmons Boone

Asheville-Biltrnore College W. E. Highsmith '.'. .'.'. Asheville

l tie < entral Orphanage of
Xon h ( arolina T. H. Brooks Oxford

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District Name Address

East Carolina College Leo W. Jenkins Greenville

Eastern North Carolina

School for the Deaf R. M. McAdams Wilson

Elizabeth City State College Walter N. Ridley Elizabeth City

Fayetteville State College Rudolph Jones Fayetteville

The Governor Morehead School ...E.N. Peeler Raleigh

N. C. College at Durham William Jones (Acting) Durham

N. C. School of the Arts Robert Ward Winston-Salem

N. C. School for the Deaf Ben E. HofTmeyer Morganton

Oxford Orphanage A. D. Leon Gray Oxford

Pembroke State College English Jones Pembroke

University of North Carolina:

President William C. Friday Chapel Hill

UNC at Chapel Hill, Chancellor. . J. Carlyle Sitterson Chapel Hill

UNC at Charlotte, Chancellor . . . . D. W. Colvard Charlotte

N. C. State University at

Raleigh, Chancellor John T. Caldwell Raleigh

UNC at Greensboro, Chancellor. . .James S. Ferguson Greensboro

North Carolina Vocational

Textile School Chris E. Folk Belmont

Western Carolina College Paul Reid Cullowhee

Wilmington College W. M. Randall Wilmington

Winston-Salem State College Kenneth R. Williams Winston-Salem


Central Piedmont Community

College Richard Hagemeyer Charlotte

College of the Albemarle B. A. Barringer Elizabeth City

Davidson County Community

College Grady E. Love Lexington

Gaston College William T. Cottingham (acting) Dallas

Isothermal Community College. . . .Fred J. Eason Spindale

Lenoir County Community

College Ben E. Fountain, Jr Kinston

Rockingham Community College. Gerald B. James Wentworth

Sandhills Community College Raymond A. Stone Southern Pines

Southeastern Community College. William L. Eddins (acting) Whiteville

Surry Community College I. John Krepick Dobson

Western Piedmont Community

College Herbert F. Stallworth Morganton

Wilkes Community College Howard E. Thompson Wilkesboro

Asheville-Buncombe Technical

Institute Thomas W. Simpson Asheville

Caldwell Technical Institute H. E. Beam Lenoir

Cape Fear Technical Institute ...M.J. McLeod Wilmington

Catawba Valley Technical

Institute Robert E. Paap Hickory

Central Carolina Technical

Institute William A. Martin Sanford

Durham Technical Institute Harold K. Collins Durham

Fayetteville Technical Institute . . .Howard E. Boudreau Fayetteville

Forsyth Technical Institute Ernest B. Parry Winston-Salem

Guilford Technical Institute Herbert F. Marco Jamestown

Pitt Technical Institute William E. Fulford, Jr Greenville

Randolph Technical Institute M. H. Branson Asheboro

Richmond Technical Institute Samuel D. Morgan Rockingham

Rowan Technical Institute C. Merrill Hamilton Salisbury

Technical Institute of Alamance. . .William E. Taylor Burlington

Wayne Technical Institute Clyde A. Erwin, Jr Goldsboro

Wilson County Technical

Institute Salvatore DelMastro Wilson

W. W. Holding Technical

Institute Robert W. LeMay Raleigh

Onslow County Industrial

Education Center James L. Henderson, Jr Jacksonville

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District Name Address

Broughton Hospital Dr. John S. McKee Morganton

Cherry Hospital Dr. M. M. Vitols Goldsboro

othea Dix Hospital. . Dr. Robert Rollins Raleigh

John i mstead Hospital Dr. N. P. Zarzar Butner


il Center, Dr. Frank Badrock Kinston

Murdoch Center Dr. James F. Elliott Butner

O'Berry Centei Dr. Vernon Mangum Goldsboro

Western Carolina Center Dr. J. Iverson Riddle Morganton


Alcoholic Kehabililat ion Center Dr. R. J. Blackley Butner

Other Hospitals

X. C. Cerebral Palsy Hospital Dr. Lenox D. Baker Durham

X. C. Orthopedic Hospital . Dr. George R. Miller Gastonia

X. ( '. Sanal oriums for

Treatment of Tuberculosis Dr. H. S. Willis, Superintendent-
Medical Director Chapel Hill

X. C. Sanatorium Dr. W. H. Gentry McCain

Eastern Sanatorium Dr. H. F. Eason Wilson

Gravely Sanatorium Earl Hartsell Chapel Hill

Western Sanatorium . . Dr. C. D. Thomas Black Mountain


X. C. Association Clerks

Superior Court Institute of Government,

Secretarial Agency Chapel Hill

X. C. Association County

( lommissioners John T. Morrisey, Sr., General Counsel Raleigh

X. C. Citizens Association, Inc.. . Lloyd Griffin, Exec. Vice President Raleigh

X. C. Dental Society Andrew M. Cunningham, Exec. Sec'y Raleigh

X. C. Education Association Dr. A. C. Dawson, Exec. Sec'y Raleigh

N. C. Fire Insurance Rating

Bureau Charles E. Hibbard, Manager Raleigh

[nstitute of Government John L. Sanders, Director Chapel Hill

N. C. League of Municipalities, , , Mrs. Davetta L. Steed,

Executive Director Raleigh

X. C. Association of

Magistrates John H. Price, Exec. Sec. & Treas Tarboro

X. C. Teachers Association Elliott B. Palmer, Exec. Sec'y Raleigh

Medical Society of the State

of North Carolina James T. Barnes, Executive Director Raleigh

Sheriffs' Association Robert J. Pleasants, Sec.-Treas Raleigh

3oc al Security Administration . . .Robert A. Flynn, Manager Raleigh

X. C. Stale Bar E. L, Cannon, Sec.-Treas Raleigh

N. C. State Employees'

Association . ... .Clifton Beckwith, Exec. Sec'y Raleigh

State Employees' Credit Union. . . .W. E. Greer, General Manager Raleigh

State Highway Employees'

Association Otis Banks, Executive Secreatry Raleigh



Alamance county was founded in 1849 from Orange. The name is supposed to be
derived from an Indian word meaning "blue clay." The county gets its name from
Alamance Creek, on the banks of which was fought the battle between the colonial troops
under Governor Tryon and the Regulators, May 16, 1771.

Population— 85,674 County Seat— Graham

State Senator 17th District Ralph H. Scott, Rt. 1, Haw River

Members House of Representatives 21st District Jack M. Euhss, Burlington

M. Glenn Pickard, Burlington

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court D. M. McLelland Graham

Register of Deeds D. B. Paris Graham

Sheriff John H. Stockard Graham

Treasurer Mrs. Colleen I. Foust Graham

Auditor Hogan, McMillan & Henderson Burlington

Tax Supervisor Claude L. Green Graham

Tax Collector S. T. Webster, Jr Graham

County Accountant Mrs. Colleen I. Foust Graham

Coroner Hubert Lowe Graham

County Health Director Dr. W. L. Norville Burlington

Supt. of Schools C. C. Linneman Graham

Director of Public Welfare Gerard J. Anderson Burlington

County Ext. Chairman George R. Coble Graham

Chmn Bd. Education Dr. Carl Sellars Burlington

Chmn. Bd. Elections H. Clay Hemric Burlington

Wildlife Protector E. R. Jarrett Rt. 1, Haw River

Forest Ranger Robert B. Jones Burlington

County Manager S. T. Webster, Jr Graham

County Attorney D. J. Walker, Jr Graham

Civil Defense Director J. W. Parris Graham

Veterans Service Officer James K. Finch Burlington

General County Court:

Judge W. L. Shoffner Burlington

Solicitor Spencer B. Ennis Graham

Graham Recorder's Court:

Judge Welker 0. Shue Graham

Solicitor Forrest C. Hall Graham

Burlington Municipal Recorder's Court:

Judge C. C. Cates, Jr Burlington

Solicitor Kenneth W. Young Burlington

Elon College Recorder's Court:

Judge Thomas L. Smith Elon College

Solicitor Fred Sternberg Elon College

County Commissioners:

Chairman R. Homer Andrews Burlington

Commissioner George C. Amick Mebane

Commissioner Oscar Gammon Burlington

Commissioner J. B. Long Elon College

Commissioner Garland M. Newlin Haw River


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Alexander County was formed in 1847 from Iredell, Caldwell and Wilkes. Was named
in honor of William .1. Alexander, of Mecklenburg County, several times a member of the
Legislal ure and Speaker of I he House of ( 'ommons.

Population 15,625 County Seat — Taylorsville

Siaw Senators 26th District. . C. V. Henkel, Turnersburg

Adrian L. Shuford, Jr., Conover

Members House of Representatives 12nd District Sam J. Ervin, III, Morganton

Donald R. Kincaid, RFD, Lenoir
Earl H. Tate, Lenoir

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Atvvell B. Bumgarner Taylorsville

Register of Deeds W. Rayford Rogers Taylorsville

SherilT James T. Little Taylorsville

Treasurer Travis Wike Taylorsville

Auditor. . Travis Wike Taylorsville

Tax Supervisor. ... Travis Wike Taylorsville

Tax i 'ollector Travis Wike Taylorsville

County Accountant . . .Travis Wike , Taylorsville

Coroner Mack J. Treadway Taylorsville

Surveyor Walter Harrington Taylorsville

Supt. of Schools Sloane W. Payne Taylorsville

Director of Public Welfare Luther Dyson Taylorsville

Count v K\t . Chairman John R. Faison Taylorsville

Chmn. Bd. Education Bill L. Mooney Taylorsville

Chmn. Bd. Elections Harold Price Taylorsville

Wildlife Patrolman . . . Frank B. Reese Rt. 2, Taylorsville

Fores! Ranger Glenn Lackey Hiddenite.

( !ounty Attorney ... .J. Ray Jennings Taylorsville

Civil 1 >efense Director R. L. Tatum Taylorsville

Veterans Service Officer Ewell Dagenhart Taylorsville

Recorder's < lourt :

Judge Martin L. Kesler, Jr Taylorsville

Solicitor Jerry A. Campbell Taylorsville

County Commissioners:

Chairman Howard Whitener Taylorsville

Commissioner Vernon C. Broyhill Taylorsville

Commissioner . . . .Clayton M. Teague Rt. 1, Taylorsville


Alleghany County was formed in 1859 from Ashe. The name is derived from an Indian
tribe in the limits of North Carolina.

Population 7,734 County Seat— Sparta

Mat.- Senator 21st District. Worth Gentry, King

Members House of Representatives 37th District Basil D. Barr, West Jefferson

P. C. Collins, Jr., Laurel Springs
Hugh L. Merritt, Mt. Airy

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Glenn Busic Sparta

Register oi Deeds Ernest E. Edwards . Sparta

Sheriff Kyle A. Caudill Sparta

1 ' :i " r ''r Kyle A. Caudill Sparta

Auditor Georgia B. Edwards . .Sparta

ollector Kyle A. Caudill Sparta

i ountj Accountant Georgia B. Edwards Sparta

' on.ner Dr. G. J. Ashley Sparta

County Health Director Dr. Mary B. H. Michal Boone

County Government


Office Officer Address

Supt. of Schools John F. Woodruff Sparta

Director of Public Welfare Mrs. Rodney F. Busic Sparta

County Ext. Chairman Eugene Gray Sparta

Chmn. Bd. Education D. C. Bledsoe Laurel Springs

Chmn. Bd. Elections Rodney F. Busic Sparta

Wildlife Protector John F. Wishon Sparta

Forest Ranger Edsel Andrews Rt. 4, Sparta

County Attorney R. F. Crouse Sparta

County Librarian Mrs. Maude Andrews Sparta

Civil Defense Director Bill C. Choate Sparta

Veterans Service Officer Glenn Busic Sparta

County Commissioners:

Chairman Blake Hampton Piney Creek

Commissioner J. R. Gambill Sparta

Commissioner George McWagoner Ennice


Anson County was formed in 1749 from Bladen. Was named in honor of George Lord
Anson, a celebrated English admiral who circumnavigated the globe. He lived for a while
on the Pee Dee in South Carolina. In 1761 he was given the honor of bringing to her
marriage with King George III, Charlotte, Princess of Mecklenburg, for whom Mecklen-
burg County was named.

Population — 24,962 County Seat — Wadesboro

State Senators 24th District John R. Boger, Jr., Concord

C. Frank Griffin, Monroe

Members House of Representatives 33rd District Richard S. Clark, Monroe

Fred M. Mills, Jr., Wadesboro




Clerk of Court H. C. Tucker Wadesboro

Register of Deeds Hazel Tice Wadesboro

Sheriff Edward Jarman Wadesboro

Treasurer Hazel Tice Wadesboro

Auditor J. B. Watson, Jr Wadesboro

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