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Fairmont, N. C. ; Chairman, Fairmont Good Neighbor Council.
Mason; member Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity; United Order of
Salem; Independent Order of St. Luke. Member Missionary Baptist
Church; Chairman, Executive Committee, General Baptist State
Convention, 1966-1968; President Southern Region of National
Progressive Convention of U.S.A., 1968- ; Fourth Vice President,
General Baptist State Convention of N. C, 1968-. Married Omega
Foster, December 22, 1945. One daughter, Deborah Charita. Ad-
dress: 121 N. Main Street, (P. 0. Box 455), Fairmont, N. C.


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

Samuel Henry Johnson, Democrat, of Wake County, represent-
ing 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,

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Sampson County, N. C, graduated, 1944; Pfeiffer College, grad-
uated, 194(5; Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D. C,
studies in electronics, graduated, 1947; Mexico City Writing Cen-
ter, Special Studies, 1950; University of North Carolina, A.B. de-
gree, 1950; J.D. degree, 1953. Lawyer. Partner in firm of Johnson
& Gamble, Raleigh, N. C. Member Wake County Bar Assn.; North
Carolina Bar Assn.; North Carolina State Bar; American Bar
Assn.; Phi Delta Phi Legal Fraternity; Delta Sigma Phi (honorary
member). Lion, Mason, Shriner. Trustee of University of North
Carolina. President Wake County Young Democrats, 1956; State
Organizer, North Carolina Young Democrats, 1960; President,
North Carolina Young Democrats, 1961; Co-Chairman, Jefferson-
Jackson Day Dinner, 1962. State President, National Foundation
1970; Chairman, Local Government Study Commission, 1969-1971;
member Advisory Budget Commission, 1969-. Served in U. S. Navy
as Electronic Technician for two years, discharged, 1948. Repre-
sentative in the General Assembly, 1965, 1967 and 1969. Member
West Raleigh Presbyterian Church ; Elder. Married Anne Latham
of Rose Hill, N. C, August 30, 1952. Children: Leslie, age 12 and
William, age 9. Address: P. 0. Box 1777, Raleigh, N. C. 27602.


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

Robert Alden Jones, Democrat, of Rutherford County, repre-
senting the Forty-third Representative District, was born in For-
est City, N. C, June 8, 1931. Son of Basil Thomas Jones, Jr. and
Rosagray (Chesson) Jones. Attended Forest City Elementary and
High School, 1937-1948; Brevard Junior College, summer of 1948
where received high school diploma, August, 1948; Wake Forest
College, B.A. degree, 1959; Wake Forest Law School, 1958-1960,
Cum Laude Graduate with LL.B. degree. Lawyer with firm of
Jones and Jones, Forest City, N. C. P.A.D. Law Fraternity; mem-
ber Rutherford County Bar, President, 1967-1969; 29th Judicial
District Bar, President, 1967; member N. C. State Bar and N. C.
Bar Assn. Research Assistant for Justice Carlisle Higgins, N. C.
Supreme Court, 1960-1961. Alpha Sigma Phi Fraternity; Presi-

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dent, Forest City PTA, 1965-1967; President, Forest City Jaycees,
1964-1965; District Vice President, N. C. Jaycees, 1966-1967; re-
ceived Distinguished Service Award from Forest City Jaycees
(and a lifetime membership) in 1966; served as District Com-
missioner and Advancement Chairman for Boy Scouts, 1962-1965 ;
County Chairman for Gardner-Webb College Fund Drive; Director,
Rutherford County Mental Health Advisory Board, President 1967-
1968; Parliamentarian and Legal Counsel for N. C. Congress of
Parents and Teachers, 1968-1970; Director, Rutherford County
Civil Defense since 1968; former Director and Vice President of
Forest City Chamber of Commerce; Director and former Vice
President of Rutherford County Vocational Rehabilitation and
Guidance Board; member, Rutherford County Planning Board and
a charter director of Little Theatre Group. Representative in the
General Assembly of 1969. Member Board of Directors, Biblical
Recorder; Board of Trustees, Florence Crittenton Services. En-
listed USAF, 1950-1953; Staff Sgt.; Second Lt., 1953, First Lt.,
1956; presently Major, USAFR. Baptist, Sunday School Teacher,
1961- ; Junior Deacon and Usher, 1961-. Married Nancy Hardwick,
April 3, 1954. Children: Pamela, age 15; Robert A., Jr., age 8;
John Hardwick, age 3. Address: 122 Woodland Avenue, Forest
City, N. C. 28043.


(Seventh House District — Counties: Halifax and Martin. Two
Representatives. )

Claude Kitchin Josey, Democrat, of Halifax County, represent-
ing the Seventh Representative District, was born in Scotland
Neck, N. C, September 6, 1923. Son of Robert Carey, Jr. and Anna
(Kitchin) Josey. Attended Wake Forest College, 1941-1942; United
States Military Academy, B.S. degree, 1945; Duke University
School of Law, LL.B. degree, 1956. Lawyer. Member Halifax Coun-
ty Bar Assn.; North Carolina Bar Assn.; American Bar Assn.
Former Chairman, Democratic Executive Committee of Guilford
County. Served in United States Army, 1945-1953, Captain; holder
of the Purple Heart and Distinguished Service Cross. Member

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First Baptist Church of Scotland Neck, N. C. Married Linnell
Bruce, February 9, 1948. Children: Roberta Josey Vaughan, age
21, Claude Kitchin Josey, Jr., age 19; Robert Bruce Josey, age 15.
Address: Rich Square Road, Scotland Neck, N. C. 27874.


(Tenth House District — County: Wayne. Two Representatives.)

William Powell Kemp, Jr., Democrat, of Wayne County, repre-
senting the Tenth Representative District, was born in Easton,
Maryland, March 1, 1923. Son of William Powell and Elizabeth
(Atherholt) Kemp. Attended Goldsboro Public Schools; George
School, George School, Pa.; University of North Carolina, B.S.,
Commerce; Executive Course, University of North Carolina, 1969-
1970. Furniture Manufacturer, Kemp Furniture Industries. Served
in Army Air Force, Cadet, 1943-1945. Friend. Married Betty Jean
Schneider, July 1945. Children: Elizabeth, William Powell, III, and
Sallie. Address: 102 North Andrews, Goldsboro, N. C.


(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 Teach-
ers College, 1955-1959, B.S. degree; Clevenger's Business College,
1955. School Teacher and owner of Kincaid Insurance Agency, Le-
noir, N. C. Member Lenoir Lions Club, Lion Tamer, immediate past
Secretary; past member, N.C.E.A.; member Gamewell Ruritan
Club. Served in North Carolina National Guard for nine years,
E-5. Representative in the General Assembly of 1967 and 1969.
Member Grandview Park Baptist Church; Assistant Teacher,
Young Married Men's Class; past Teacher of Young Peoples Class.
Married Syretha Weatherford, June 30, 1956. Three children. Ad-
dress: 113 Spencer Heights, Lenoir, N. C.

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

William Craig Lawing, Democrat, of Mecklenburg County, rep-
resenting the Thirty-sixth Representative District, was born in
Mecklenburg County, July 6, 1925. Son of Samuel Oliver and
Essie O. (Dunn) Lawing. Attended Mecklenburg County Public
Schools; Oakdale Elementary, 1931-1937; Paw Creek, 1937-1942;
University of Chattanooga as Aviation Cadet, United States Army
Air Force, 1943-1944; Repperts School of Auctioneering, 1958.
President of Lawing, Inc., dealing in real estate, insurance and
auction business. Member Charlotte Board of Realtors; North
Carolina Association of Realtors; National Association of Real
Estate Boards; Auctioneers Association of North Carolina, Presi-
dent, 1962-1965; National Auctioneers Association, on Board of
Directors, three year term, 1969-1972. Member Paw Creek Ameri-
can Legion Post No. 353, Commander, 1948-1951; Voiture 1400
Forty and Eight, Voiture Correspondent, 1952-1953 ; Grand Chimi-
not Forty and Eight, 1954-1955. Member Excelsior Lodge No. 261,
A.F. & A.M.; Carolina Consistory Scottish Rite; Oasis Temple of
the Shrine. Chairman, Legislative Committee of Paw Creek Ameri-
can Legion Post, 1961-1971 Commander, Mecklenburg County
Council of American Legion Post, 1968-1969. Received "Go-Getter"
designation and star for past 23 years in American Legion. Mem-
ber Board of Mecklenburg County Commissioners, 1952-1956, 1958-
1964, Vice Chairman, 1954-1956, 1962-1964. Chosen one of 10
Outstanding Men of the Year by Charlotte Jaycees, 1959, 1960.
Awarded City of Charlotte Citizenship Award, 1964, and Certi-
ficate of Appreciation by Charlotte-Mecklenburg Board of Edu-
cation, 1964. Served on Mecklenburg County Welfare Board,
1961-1964. Served in United States Army Air Force as Aviation
Cadet and Gunnery Instructor, 1943-1946. Member United
Methodist Church; Official Board, 1960-1968, Chairman, 1966-1968;
Chairman, Membership and Evangelism Committee, 1968-1970;
Teacher Glenn Lackey Adult Sunday School Class since 1958;
taught Men's Bible Class, Pleasant Grove United Methodist Church,
1956-1958. Married Jane Gaffney, December 31, 1943. Two daugh-
ters, Diane Lawing Loudermilk and Sally Ann Lawing. Address:
RFD No. 9, Box 195-G, Charlotte, N. C. 28208.

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

Clarence Edwin Leatherman, Democrat, of Lincoln County, rep-
resenting 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 Caro-
lina 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, 1965, 1967 and 1969. Member Advisory Budget Commis-
sion, 1965-1966. Member, Tax Study Commission, 1965-1971; mem-
ber Board of Higher Education, 1969-1970. Baptist. Married
Charlesanna Walker, April 5, 1952. Two daughters. Celia Ann and
Rhonda Kay and one son, Lamont E. Address: P. 0. Box 361,
Lincolnton, N. C.


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

Daniel T. Lilley, Democrat, of Lenoir County, representing the
Ninth Representative District, was born in Martin County, Au-
gust 15, 1920. Son of Alfred Tom Lilley (deceased) and Ethel
Grace (Gurkin) Lilley (deceased). Attended Farm Life High
School; Spartan School of Aeronautics, Tulsa, Oklahoma; Airline
Maintenance Course and School of Flight-Diplomas; Self Study —
Chartered Life Underwriting Course (C.L.U.) 1967; American
College of Life Underwriters, Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania. Sales-

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man with The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company. Member
Lenoir County Life Underwriters Association; The American So-
ciety of Chartered Life Underwriters; Kinston Junior Chamber
of Commerce, past President, received D.S.A. Award; Kinston
Chamber of Commerce, received the First Citizen of The Year
Award, 1963; Kinston Rotary Club; 1967 National Sales Achieve-
ment Award from National Association of Life Underwriters;
1967 National Quality Award — National Association of Life Undei*-
writers; member Top Club, The Penn Mutual Life Insurance Com-
pany, 1967. Member Lenoir County Board of Commissioners,
1964-1968. Representative in the General Assembly of 1969. Lt.
Col. and Group Commander in N. C. Wing, Civil Air Patrol; U. S.
Air Force Reserve, Major, 6 years active duty World War II.
Member Northwest Christian Church, Kinston, N. C; Elder; serv-
ing as Lay Minister, Silver Hill Christian Church, Grantsboro,
N. C. and Cove City Christian Church, Cove City, N. C. since 1964.
Married Jean Hites of McPherson, Kansas, July 7, 1944. Children:
Eileen, born June 30, 1949 and Dan, Jr., born October 21, 1952.
Address: 1805 Sedgefield Drive, Kinston, N. C. Mailing Address:
824, Kinston, N. C. 28501.


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

James Eugene Long, Democrat, of Alamance County, represent-
ing the Twenty-first Representative District was born in Burling-
ton, N. C, March 19, 1940. Son of George A. and Helen (Long)
Long. Attended Walter M. Williams High School, Burlington, N. C,
1954-1958; N. C. State University, 1958-1962; University of North
Carolina, 1962-1963, A.B. in Political Science; University of North
Carolina Law School, 1963-1966, J.D. degree. Lawyer. Partner in
firm, Long, Ridge & Long. Member N. C. State Bar; Alamance
County Bar Assn. ; Nortn Carolina Bar Assn. ; American Bar
Assn.; National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel; Burling-
ton Jaycees; American Business Club; Burlington-Alamance
County Chamber ol Commerce. Member Tau Kappa Epsilon Fra-
ternity; Persning Rifles Military Society; Phi Alpha Delta Law

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Fraternity, Vice President, 19G5-19G6; Alamance County Young
Democratic Club, Treasurer, 1967, President, 1968, Executive Com-
mittee, 19()9, Second Vice President, 1970, Sixth District Secretary,
1971. Episcopalian; member Vestry, 1969-1971; Sunday School
Teacher. Married Sara Anne Meadows, November 4, 1960. Chil-
dren: James Eugene Long, Jr., age 8, and Rebecca Ann Long, age
6. Address: 2707 Cobbside Drive, Burlington, N. C. 27215.


(Twenty-second House District — Counties: Harnett and Lee.
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 (Brannon)
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.; American Bar
Assn. President, Lee County Young Democrat Club, 1958; So-
licitor, Lee County Criminal Court, 1961-1966; Assistant Superior
Court Solicitor, 1961-1966. Member Masons; Rotary. Captain,
U. S. Air Force (JAG) Reserves since 1957. Representative in
the General Assembly of 1967 and 1969. Member First Baptist
Church, Deacon and Teacher. Married Etta Brown Howard, No-
vember 9, 1957. Children: Joni Brown, age 11; Jim, age 9, and
Melody, age 7. Address: Rt. 5, Box 593, Sanford, N. C. 27330.


(Thirty-seventh House District — Counties: Alleghany, Ashe,
Stokes and Surry. Two Repi'esentatives.)

George W. Marion, Jr., Democrat, of Surry County, represent-
ing the Thirty-seventh Representative District, was born in Surry
County, April 14, 1935. Son of George W., Sr. and Stanley Marion.
Attended Dobson High School, graduated, 1953; Appalachian Uni-
versity, four years. Housewares distributors and real estate. Mem-

Marion of Surry

Martin of Northampton
Mason of Carteret

Mauney of Cleveland
Mayfield of Henderson
McDaniel of Forsyth

McFadyen of Hoke
McKnight of Forsyth

McMichael of Rockingham

Messer of Haywood
Miller of Durham
Mitchell of Rowan

Mohn of Onslow
Nash of Rowan
Odom of Scotland

Paschall of Wilson
Patton of Macon
Payne of Guilford



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ber Lions Club, President Dobson Lions Club, 1909; P.T.A., North-
west Dev. Assoc. Director; President, Dobson P.T.A., 19GG-19G7,
19(;8-19(;9. President, Surry County Y.D.C., 19(J9; President, 5th
District, Y.D.C., 1969. Served in U. S. Army, 1954-1956, Spec. 3.
Member Dobson Baptist Church. Married Patty Hodges, 1959.
Three daughters. Address: Forest Oaks Drive, Dobson, N. C.


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

Perry Whitehead Martin, Democrat, of Northampton County,
representing the Sixth Representative District; was born near
Conway, N. C, June 28, 1928. Son of B. R. and Virgie (White-
head) Martin. Attended Conway Elementary and High School,
graduating in 1945; Wake Forest College, 1945-1947; Wake Forest
College Law School, 1947-1950, LL.B. Lawyer. Recipient of
Freshman Orators Award at Wake Forest College. Solicitor
Northampton County Recorder's Court, 1954-1956. Member Phi
Alpha Delta Law Fraternity; Rotary International; Masonic Or-
der. Entered U. S. Army as Private in October of 1951; received
direct commission as First Lieutenant six months later and made
Trial Judge Advocate for 47th Infantry Division; released from
active duty, June 28, 1954. State Senator in the General Assem-
bly of 1957 and 1963. Representative in the General Assembly of
1969. Baptist. Married Carolyn Calhoun of Cottonwood, Ala.,
December 13, 1953. Children: Perry, Jr., age 11 and Lisa, age 7.
Address: Rich Square, N. C.


(Third House District — Counties: Carteret, Craven, Pamlico.
Three Representatives.)

Ronald Earl Mason, Democrat, of Carteret County, representing
the Third Representative District, was born in Atlantic, N. C, Aug.
3, 1929. Son of Earl and Geraldine (Robinson) Mason. Attendeu

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Atlantic Elementary School; Beaufort High School; Oak Ridge
Military Institute; Sullivan's Prep School, Washington, D. C. ;
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N. C. Real estate
broker and merchant. Member Carteret County Chamber of Com-
merce, past President; American Legion Post; Franklin Lodge
No. 109 AF & M; Eastern Star No. 128, Beaufort, N. C, past
Patron. Past President, Beaufort Jaycees; past President Beau-
fort Chamber of Commerce; past President and Charter Presi-
dent, Carteret Toastmasters ; past President and Charter Presi-
dent, Carteret Young Democrats. Town Clerk, Treasurer and Tax
Collector, Town of Beaufort, 1959-1962; Auditor, Treasurer and
Tax Supervisor, Carteret County, 1962-1966. Served in U. S. Air
Force, 1948-1950, Sgt. Member First Baptist Church, Beaufort,
N. C; former Sunday School Teacher. Married Joyce Lewis, June
2, 1949. One son, Ronald Earl, Jr. (deceased) ; three daughters,
Olivia, age 19; Cynthia, age 18; Angelia, age 16. Address: 315
Ann Street, Beaufort, N. C. 28516.


(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-
facturing 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.; 32 years in Lions Club, President Kings Mountain
Club; 1947-1948, also served as Treasurer and Tail Twister; Wood-
men of the World; Fraternal Order of Eagles; Loyal Order of the
Moose. President Industrial Association of Kings Mountain area,
1965-1966, 1967-1968; former member Kings Mountain Jaycees,

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President, 1953. Member Board of Trustees, Lenoir Rhyne Col-
lege, member Executive Committee; past Scout Master, Eagle Scout
Rank with four brothers, all Eagle Rank; past member Board of
Directors of Alumni Assn., Lenoir Rhyne College; Representative
in the General Assembly of 1967 and 1969; served on Democratic
Party Study Commission, 1969-1970. Member Board of Directors
Cleveland County Mental Health Assn., 1967-1970. 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. Children: Sarah Mauney, age
24; Mary Mauney Turner, age 21; William Kemp, III, age 19,
Martha Jane, age 15. Address: East Gold Street, P. O. Box 628,
Kings Mountain, N. C.


(Forty-sixth House District — County: Henderson. One Repre-

James T. Mayfield, Republican, of Henderson County, represent-
ing the Forty-sixth Representative District, was born in Anderson,
S. C, September 13, 1931. Son of John T. and Lucille (Boggs)
Mayfield. Attended Swannanoa High School, Swannanoa, N. C,
1944-1948; Western Carolina University, B.S., 1952. Financial
Analyst, G.E. Company. Trustee Henderson County Technical In-
stitute. Member Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks. Taught
school (secondary) and coached, 1952-1953 and 1955-1956. Repre-
sentative in the General Assembly of 1969. Sergeant U. S. Army,
1953-1955. Member First Baptist Church, Hendersonville, N. C;
Sunday School Superintendent, 1962-1968. Married Lyda West,
April 17, 1953. Children: Jimmy, age 16; Ronnie, age 14; Barry,
age 11; and Daryl, age 10. Address: 322 Kendale Court, East Flat
Rock, N. C. 28726.


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

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C. Dempsey McDaniel, Republican, of Forsyth County, repre-
senting the Thirtieth Representative District, was born in High
Point, N. C, April 2, 1924. Son of Carl and Nellie Pearl (Brown)
McDaniel. Attended High Point City Schools, 1931-1939; R. J.
Reynolds High, 1939-1940; Gray High School, 1940-1942; Uni-
versity of Maryland, B.A., 1961; University of North Carolina —
Greensboro, 1966, Master of Education. Guidance Counselor
(Teacher of History at High Point College 1967-1970, Evening
Program). Member of Non-Commissioned Officers Assn. of
America; National Education Assn.; N. C. Education Assn.; High
Point Education Assn.; High Point Classroom Teachers Assn.;
N. C. Personnel and Guidance Assn.; School Counselors Assn.;
N. C. Vocational Guidance Assn.; Life Member — National Rifle
Assn.; N.C. State Rifle and Pistol Assn.; High Point Mental Health
Assn.; past President, Samurai Toastmasters Club 3033, Tokyo,
Japan, 1960-1961. American Legion, Clyde Boiling Post No. 55.
Treasurer, Ferndale Junior High School PTA, 1966-1970. Justice
of the Peace, Abbotts Creek Township, Forsyth County, December,
1966-November 30, 1968. Representative in the General Assembly
of 1969. Sergeant First Class, February, 1943-June, 1965 retired.)
Awarded Army Commendation Medal, Good Conduct Medal — 5
awards. Distinguished Unit Emblem, American Campaign Medal,
Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal with 8 Battle Stars, World War II
Victory Medal, Army of Occupation Medal — With Japan Clasp,
National Defense Service Medal — with cluster, Army-Air Force
Badge, Philippine Liberation Ribbon — with 2 battle stars, Philip-
pine Independence Ribbon, and Phillipine Presidential Unit Cita-
tion. Member Salem Baptist Church since 1939; Sunday School
Teacher, Young Men's Class, 1964 — . Married Gladys Bertha
Keller, November 17, 1952. Children: Patricia O'Hara Cox,
Dempsey O'Brien, Barry Wayne and Donna O'Dea Mullis. Ad-
dress: Route 1, Box 402B, Kernersville, N. C. 27284.


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

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

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Hoke County, September 19, 1911. Son of William M. and Lena
(Blue) McFayden. Attended Raeford High School, Class of 1929;
Davidson College, Class of 1933. Engaged in farming and real
estate. Commissioner, Town of Raeford, 1941-1943; Mayor of
Raeford, 1943-1947; member Holce County Board of Education,
1949-1960; Cliairman, Board of Education, 1955-1960; President,
Hoke County Farm Bureau, 1966; President, Sandhills Area De-
velopment Assn., 1966. Representative in the General Assembly

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