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EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 

NORTH CAROLINA 



Issued by the State Department 
OP Public Instruction Raleigh 



1962-63 



EDUCATIONAL DIRECTORY 

NORTH CAROLINA 




1962-63 



Issued by the 

State Department of Public Instruction Raleigh 

Publication No. 352 



CONTENTS 

(Alphabetically Arranged) 

Page 

Administrative and Instructional Personnel of Administrative Units . . 34 

Audio-visual Dealers Association 34 

Book, Map and Globe Representatives 32 

Business Colleges 26 

Camps, Summer 26 

Charitable, Correctional and Mental Institutions, Alcoholics 20 

Child-Caring Institutions 21 

Commission on the Selection of Boards of Education 11 

Controller's Office 9 

Day Nurseries, Licensed 21 

Department of Curriculum Study and Research 11 

Directors of Public Welfare 19 

Educational Periodicals 13 

Friends of Education Committee 12 

Governor's Commission on Educational Telvision 11 

Governor's Commission on Education Beyond the High School 12 

Health Directors, Local 15 

High Schools Alphabetically Listed 130 

Industrial Education Centers 25 

Institutions of Higher Learning 17 

North Carolina Advisory Committee on Education 12 

North Carolina Association for Childhood Education 16 

N. C. Citizens Committee for Better Schools 12 

North Carolina College Conference 14 

North Carolina ongress of Parents and Teachers 17 

North arolina Congress of Colored Parents and Teachers 17 

North Carolina Education Association 29 

North Carolina Teachers Association 30 

North Carolina State School Boards Association 13 

Nursing Schools 24 

Principals of Public Elementary and High Schools 34 

Schools of X-ray Technology 25 

Secretaries of Examining Boards 13 

State and Territorial Superintendents 31 

State Board of Education 3 

State Board of Higher Education 12 

State Department of Public Instruction 3 

State Holidays 13 

Summer Schools and Directors 19 

Superintendents of Schools 14 

Teachers Placement Bureaus 17 

Teachers and State Employee's Retirement System 13 

Textbook Commission 135 

Trade Schools, Private 26 

United Forces for Education 13 



STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION 

Dist. No. Term Expires 

H. Cloyd Philpott,* Lt. Governor Ex Officio 

Edwin Gill, Raleigh, State Treasurer Ex Officio 

Chas. F. Carroll, Raleigh, State Supt. of Public Instruction. Secretary Ex Officio 

J. A. Pritchett, Windsor, Vice-Chairman 1 April 1, 1963 

Wm. D. Herring, Rose Hill, Chairman 2 April 1, 1969 

Charles E. Jordan, Durham 3 April 1, 1967 

Charles G. Rose, Jr., Fayetteville 4 April 1, 1965 

C. W. McCrary, Asheboro 5 April 1, 1965 

George Douglas Aitken, Charlotte 6 April 1, 1967 

R. Barton Hayes, Lenoir 7 April 1, 1963 

John M. Reynolds, Asheville 8 April 1, 1969 

Guy B. Phillips, Chapel Hill t April 1, 1969 

H. L. Trigg, Raleigh t April 1, 1965 

STATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION 

(All Raleigh Office Telephones— TE 4-3611) 

Office Ph. 
Name and Title Ext. No. 

Charles F. Carroll, State Superintendent of Public Instruction 7422 

J. E. Miller, Assistant State Superintendent 7423 

Miss Flossie Marshbanks, Administrative Assistant 7423 

Mrs. Jeanne Talbert, Secretary 7423 

Mrs. Edna Lee Collar, Secretary 7423 

Publications 

L. H. Jobe, Director 665 

Ronald E. Ware, Editorial Consultant 7726 

Harold B. Fuller, Administrative Assistant 7726 

Mrs. Billie Price Broughton, Secretary 665 

Miss Melba Jean Tyre, Secretary 7726 

T. F. Wilkinson, Supply Clerk 7436 

Thomas B. Maynard, Multilith Operator 7646 

Lonnie Elton Tant, Multilith Operator 7646 

James Randall Price, Stock Clerk 7436 

William Jones, Messenger Clerk 7436 

Educational Research 

Vester M. MulhoUand, Director 7401 

Mrs. Edna Gordon, Secretary 7401 

Statistical Services 

William W. Peek, Director 7410 

Robert F. Gaines. Data Processing Supervisor 477 

Mrs. Mary Lee Shaw, Research Assistant 7410 

Bobby R. Miller, Data Processor 477 

Mrs. Lucy L. Moore, Stenographer 477 

Mrs. Ruth C. Carroll, Key Punch Operator 477 

Mrs. Phyllis P. King, Key Punch Operator 477 

Mrs. Jean R. Harrison, Key Punch Operator 477 

National Defense Education (NDEA) 

204 Brown Rogers Office Building — 115 Hillsboro Street 

Carlton T. Fleetwood, Coordinator 7707 

Robert J. Marley, Program Auditor 7708 

Clyde Finch, Accounting Clerk 7708 

Mrs. Anne Creech, Secretary 7707 

Mrs. Joyce Frahm, Secretary 7707 

School Athletics and Activities 

Raymond K. Rhodes, Director 7902 

Mrs. MoUie L. Cheek, Secretary 7902 

Teacher Merit Pay Study 

102 Brown Rogers Office Building— 115 Hillsboro Street 

Brank Proffitt, Director 7643 

Mary E. Biggs, Secretary 7643 

'Deceased. tState at large appointments. 



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DIVISION OF PROFESSIONAL SERVICES 

J. p. Freeman, Director 667 

James E. Hillman, Advisor in Teacher Education 667 

James Valsame, Supervisor of In-Service Education 667 

Clifton T. Edwards, Supervisor of Teacher Recruitment, Scholarship, 

and Placement 678 

J. Arthur Taylor, Supervisor of Teacher Rating 7756 

Jerry Hall, Supervisor of Teacher Education 667 

Mrs. Mary Alice Poor, Supervisor of Certification 7426 

Miss Lillian F. Moore, Assistant Supervisor of Certification 7426 

Mrs. Madge C. Peacock, Secretary 667 

Mrs. Irene Glenn, Division Clerk 7426 

Miss Faye Bordeaux, Secretary 667 

Mrs. Carrie Hughey, Secretary 7756 

Mrs. Frances M. Duncan, Secretary 667 

Miss Jean Raybon, Secretary 7426 

Mrs. Carole M. Lloyd, Secretary 678 

Mrs. Elizabeth W. Adcock, Certificate Clerk 7426 

Mrs. Mable H. Watkins, File Clerk 7426 

Miss Janice F. Tripp, File Clerk 7426 

DIVISION OF SCHOOL PLANNING 

J. L. Pierce, Director 7417 

W. L. Lathan, Educational Consultant 7417 

Dwayne Gardner, Educational Consultant 7457 

John W. Sherman, Engineer 7417 

N. K. Lee, Engineer 7562 

Leon Thompson, Engineer 7562 

Marvin R. A. Johnson, Design Consultant 7562 

Gareth Annas, Associate Design Consultant 7457 

Mrs. Christine Barnes, Research Analyst 7457 

Mrs. Ann Williams Gray, Artist Draftsman 7562 

Mrs. Margaret Parrish, Secretary 7417 

Mrs. Billie Morse, Secretary 7457 

Mrs. Hilda Utley, Secretary 7457 

Mrs. Sue L. Hendrickson, Secretary 7467 

DIVISION OF INSTRUCTIONAL SERVICES 

Nile F. Hunt, Director 494 

Mrs. Alice K. Phillips, Secretary 494 

Supervision and Curriculum 

Joe L. Cashwell, Supervisor 7381 

Joseph M. Johnston, Supervisor of Curriculum Development 7381 

Miss Marie Haigwood, Supervisor of Elementary Education 7492 

Miss Nedra Mitchell, Supervisor of Elementary Education 7991 

Miss Madeline Tripp, Supervisor of Elementary Education 7492 

Frank B. Weaver, Supervisor of Elementary Education 262 

Mrs. Ruth Woodson, Supervisor of Elementary Education 262 

Mrs. Daisy Robson, Supervisor of Elementary Education 282 

Homer A. Lassiter, Supervisor of Elementary Education 7991 

Y. A. Taylor, Supervisor in Science Education 7667 

William C. Foil, Consultant of Science Education 7667 

Paul H. Taylor, Consultant of Science Education 7667 

Harold H. Webb, Consultant of Science Education 282 

Robert C. Clary, Supervisor of Mathematics 7981 

Mrs. Margaret H. McDevitt, Consultant in Mathematics 7981 

William F. Palmer, Consultant in Mathematics 7981 

Howard E. Reinhardt, Supervisor of Secondary Education 7001 

Samuel C. Stell, Supervisor of Secondary Education 7001 

Frank A. Tolliver, Supervisor of Secondary Education 262 

Ben H. Hackney, Supervisor of Non-Public Schools 460 

Antony Swider, Supervisor of Art Education 7971 

Mrs. Tora Ladu, Supervisor of Foreign Languages 7424 

Miss Evelyn Vandiver, Consultant in Foreign Languages 7424 

Miss Joyce Bateman, Supervisor of Business Education 7971 

Carroll W. Smith, Supervisor of Industrial Arts 460 

Mrs. Blanche Johnson, Secretary 7381 

Mrs. Doris Gay, Secretary 460 

Mrs. Josephine McDonald, Secretary 7492 

Mrs. Sarah Lingle, Secretary 7667 

Miss Betty Y. Fowler, Secretary 7424 

Miss Mary Todd Satterfield, Secretary 7971 

Mrs. Margaret Hayes, Secretary 282 

Mrs. Ruth Davenport, Secretary 262 



State Offices ' '■ 5 

Guidance and Testing Services 

James M. Dunlap, Consultant in Testing and Pupil Placement 7961 

William M. Hennis, Consultant in Guidance 7961 

Miss Thelma Lorraine Cumbo, Consultant in Guidance 282 

Mrs. Thelma Ray, Secretary 7961 

Library Services 

Miss Cora Paul Bomar, Supervisor of School Library Services 495 

David Hunsucker, Consultant in School Library Services 495 

Mrs. Alice W. Porter, Consultant in School Library Services 495 

Mrs. Gladys Ingle, Consultant in Instructional Materials 495 

Mrs. Doris Brown, Consultant in School Library Services 282 

Mrs. Louise Frazier, Secretary 495 

Mrs. Evelyn Sanders, Secretary 495 

Audiovisual 

Paul S. Flynn, Supervisor 7941 

Johnny M. Shaver, Associate Supervisor 7941 

Mrs. Connie Gouge, Secretary 7941 

Television Education 

John R. B. Hawes, Jr., Supervisor 655 

Miss Betty Smith, Consultant 655 

Mrs. Keith Vick Glover, Secretary 655 

Robert A. Fredrickson, World History Teacher, WUNC-TV, Chapel Hill 968-4426 

Mrs. Mary P. Gordon, Mathematics Teacher, WUNC-TV, Greensboro BR 5-9371 

Miss lola Parker, U. S. History Teacher, WUNC-TV, Chapel Hill 968-4426 

Paul W. Welliver, Physical Science Teacher, WUNC-TV, Greensboro BR 5-9371 

Music Education 

Arnold E. Hoffmann, Supervisor 7467 

Miss Ruth Jewell, Consultant 7467 

Miss Bobbie Pritchard, Consultant 7467 

Melvin Good, Consultant 7467 

Mrs. Patsy Land, Secretary 7467 

Driver and Safety Education 

John C. Noe, Supervisor 614 

James E. Hall, Consultant 7951 

Samuel S. Ranzino, Consultant 7951 

Bobby Ray Stott, Consultant 7951 

Mrs. Wilma Knapp, Secretary 614 

Mrs. Faye Graham, Secretary 7951 

Education for Exceptional Children 

Felix Barker, Supervisor 7413 

Allen R. Cohen, Consulting Psychologist 7413 

Paul A. Peeples, Consultant, Education of the Mentally Retarded 7413 

Eugene Burnette, Consultant, Education of the Mentally Retarded 7921 

Frederic McCutchen, Consulting Psychologist 7921 

Mrs. Pearl Ramos, Consultant, Speech and Hearing 7921 

Mrs. Barbara Willis, Secretary 7413 

Miss Pat Lee, Secretary 7921 

Mrs. Margaret Dickson, Secretary 7921 

Education for Exceptionally Talented 

J. Dixon Emswiler, Supervisor 7931 

Girvin Kirk, Regional Consultant 7931 

Donald G. Hayes, Regional Consultant, 1020 Brookstown Ave., No. 9, Winston-Salem 732-5731 
Mrs. Janet Nassif , Secretary 7931 

School Health and Physical Education 

(School Health Coordinating Service) 

Charles E. Spencer, Supervisor, School Health and Physical Education and 

Director, School Health Coordinating Service 461 

Dr. Theodore D. Scurletis, Medical Consultant 216 

Dr. Earnest A. Pearson, Jr., Dental Consultant 7302 

Floyd M. Woody, Consultant in Physical Education 461 

Miss Helen Stuart, Consultant in Physical Education 460 

Miss Frances Kornegay, Health Educator 460 

Mrs. Georgia Barbee, Health Educator 460 

Mrs. June Denton, Secretary 461 

Mrs. Connie Mitchell, Secretary 461 

Civil Defense Adult Education 

201 Brown Rogers Office Building — 115 Hillsboro Street 

George D. Maddrey, Coordinator 7709 

Samuel M. Fishel, Assistant 7709 

Mrs. Marian M. Nihler, Secretary 7709 



6 Educational DreECTORY of North Carolina 

DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 

Gerald B. James, Director 7540 

Miss Ruby N. Lucas, Secretary 7549 

Miss Barbara J. Carraway, Secretary 7549 

Agriculture 

General Supervision and Administration 

Harry G. Beard, Administrator 7437 

Mrs. Dorothy H. Bolmer, Secretary 7437 

Agriculture — Farmer Education 

a. G. BuUard, Supervisor 277 

Charles L. Keels, Assistant Supervisor 397 

R. J. Peeler, Assistant Supervisor in Charge of FFA Work 277 

E. N. Meekins, District Supervisor 277 

V. B. Hairr, District Supervisor 397 

Dewey A. Adams, District Supervisor 397 

Chas. I. Jones, Consultant in Adult Education 397 

Mrs. Thelma R. Fish, Secretary 277 

Mrs. Barbara Buchanan, Secretary 277 

Mrs. Alice L. Wall, Secretary 397 

Mrs. Peggy R. Vaughan, Secretary 397 

Mrs. Katherine P. Baucom, Secretary 277 

N. B. Chesnutt, District Supervisor, Whiteville Midway 2-3722 

Mrs. Dorothy R. King, Secretary, Whiteville Midway 2-3722 

R. J. Denny, District Supervisor, Asheville ALpine 3-9671 

Mrs. Ruth B. Fisher, Secretary, Asheville ALpine 3-9671 

W. T. Johnson, District Supervisor & NFA Executive Secretary BRoadway 3-1773 

Mrs. Julia B. Caldwell, Secretary BRoadway 3-1773 

J. W. Warren, Jr., District Supervisor BRoadway 3-1773 

Mrs. Ethel M. Wallace, Secretary BRoadway 3-1773 

Agricultural Technology Education 

John H. Blackmon, Consultant 7665 

Cleburn G. Dawson, Consultant 7665 

Mrs. Phyllis C. Castelloe, Secretary 7665 

Home Economics 

Miss Catherine T. Dennis, Supervisor 7416 

Mrs. Ernestine Frazier, Assistant Supervisor 7416 

Miss Ann Lassiter, Assistant Supervisor 7416 

Miss Mary W. Elkins, Secretary 7416 

Mrs. Elaine Butler, Secretary 7416 

Mrs. Marjorie H. Smith, Accounting Clerk 7416 

Miss Vergie L. Stringer, Assistant Supervisor, Greensboro BRoadway 5-9371 

Miss Louise Swann, Assistant Supervisor, Asheville ALpine 3-9671 

Mrs. Mabel L. Hall, Assistant Supervisor, Greenville PLaza 2-6101 

Mrs. Marie MofRtt, Assistant Supervisor, Durham 682-2171 

Miss Augusta White, Assistant Supervisor, Durham 682-2171 

Miss Etta Yvonne Young, Stenographer, Durham 682-2171 

Trade and Industrial Education 

Charles D. Bates, Supervisor 284 

Mrs. Audrey Leigh Holt, Secretary 284 

Richard B. Engard, Associate State Supervisor 638 

Vincent C. Outland, Consulting Engineer 633 

J. Thomas Parker, Coordinator of Supervisory Training 633 

Mrs. Martha Haddle, Secretary 633 

Miss Miriam Daughtry, Assistant Supervisor for Practical Nurse and 

Health Occupations 633 

RusseU A. Swindell, Assistant Supervisor 633 

D. Keith Phillippe, Coordinator of Firemanship Training 633 

Henry J. McGee, Jr., Coordinator of Fishery Occupations 633 

Mrs. Betty Jean Swinson, Typist 633 

James R. Taylor, Assistant Supervisor and Teacher Trainer, Greensboro. .BRoadway 3-1778 
Mrs. Joyce Gorham Neal, Secretarj-, Greensboro BRoadway 3-1773 

Industrial Education Center Program 

Ivan E. Valentine, Coordinator 7680 

Samuel D. Morgan, Assistant Coordinator 7680 

Samuel Geek, Assistant Coordinator 7680 

William A. Underwood, III, Equipment Coordinator 7689 

Walter A. Johnson, Coordinator of Materials 7689 

Mrs. Janet B. Dixon, Secretary 7689 

Mrs. Elouise M. Gupton, Secretary 7689 

Mrs. Esther B. Bell, Accounting Clerk 7689 



State Offices 7 

Library Section 

Carroll R. Calhoun, Supervisor 7714 

Mrs. Polly D. Edwards, Secretary 7714 

Mrs. E. Louise Royster, Typist 7714 

Mrs. Jonnie J. Doling, Typist 7714 

Miss Connie Lou Ricks, Typist 7715 

Mrs. Lucille G. Biggerstaff, Machine Operator 7715 

Russell L. Spencer, Clerk 7715 

Distributive Education 

T. Carl Brown, Supervisor 7332 

Carl D. Whitehurst, Assistant Supervisor 7645 

Mrs. Callie Stanley, Assistant Supervisor 7645 

Mrs. Elizabeth D. Lancaster, Secretary 7332 

Mrs. Sandra O. Blalock, Secretary 7332 

Guidance Services 

Miss Ella Stephens Barrett, Supervisor 7377 

Mrs. Julia L. Morris, Secretary 7377 

Vocational Materials Laboratory 

Anthony J. Bevacqua, Coordinator 7432 

Robert L. Denton, Curriculum Specialist, Technical Education 7508 

Kenneth S. Herman, Jr., Audiovisual Education Specialist 7508 

Roger G. Worthington, Curriculum Specialist 7508 

W. W. McClure, Curriculum Specialist, Agriculture 7508 

Mrs. Frances J. Leggett, Secretary 7432 

Mrs. Linda B. Kiger, Secretary 7508 

Mrs. Eleen S. Hughes. Typist 7508 

School Lunch 

Mrs. Anne W. Maley, Supervisor 664 

O. L. Searing, Assistant Supervisor 7163 

William V. Young, Administrative Assistant 664 

Mrs. Nell W. Alf ord. Secretary 664 

Miss Martha B. Barnett, Area Supervisor 7163 

Mrs. Kathrj'n N. Bartholomew, Secretary 7162 

William C. Blalock, Posting Clerk 7162 

Miss Ellen Brooks, Secretary 7162 

Miss Christine Herring, Area Supervisor 7163 

Larry O. High, Accounting Clerk 7162 

Charles H. Horton, Posting Clerk 7162 

Otis R. Lee, Public Accounts Auditor 7163 

Miss Betty Jean Martin, Area Supervisor 7163 

Mrs. Josie Pittman, Area Supervisor 208 

Miss Hilda Rose Porter, Stenographer 7162 

Mrs. Dorothy E. Powell, Accounting Clerk 7162 

Mrs. Joan N. Privette, Accounting Clerk 7162 

Linwood E. Quinn, Public Accounts Auditor 7163 

Mrs. Sabrie W. Reid, Area Supervisor, Plymouth SWan 3-4701 

Miss Margaret M. Saunders, Typist 7162 

Miss Jo Ann Tippett, Typist 7162 

Mrs. Edna G. Trotter, Area Supervisor 208 

Mrs. Nora L. Weathers, Accounting Clerk 7162 

Mrs. Kathryn D. Woodard, Area Supervisor 7163 

Veterans Education 

117 Mansion Park Building 

Gilmore W. Johnson, Supervisor 7567 

Miss Ann Roberta Hooks, Secretary 7567 

Charlotte Area: 926 Lunsford Place 

James L. Winningham, Area Supervisor, Charlotte EDison 2-5624 

Raleigh Area: Room 117, Mansion Park Building 

Ayden D. Lassiter, Assistant Supervisor 7567 

DIVISION OF VOCATIONAL REHABILITATION 

Central Office: 1124 Hillsboro Street, 
Raleigh, North Carolina Phone: TE 4-3611, Ext. 364 

Chas. H. Warren, State Director 

H. E. Springer, Chief of Rehabilitation Services 

P. W. Dieffenderfer, Administrative Assistant 



Educational Directory of North Carolina 



W. B. Clark, Rehabilitation Coordinator 

C. L. Haney, Supervisor, Physical Restoration 

H. L. Earp, District Supervisor 

T. M. Wilson, District Supervisor 

Dr. Hugh A. Thompson, Medical Consultant 

Mrs. Mary Dell Phifer, Research Analyst 

James F. Lee, Accountant 

Mrs. Ruth H. Lewis, Accounting Clerk 

Mrs. Mary B. Mullen, Accounting Clerk 

Wm. Earl Wall, Accounting Clerk 

James D. Hethcock, Accounting Clerk 

Mrs. Helen H. Parker, Stenographer 

Ruby E. Maness, Stenographer 

Mrs. Alta C. Washburn, Stenographer 

Mrs. Margaret W. Darden, Stenographer 

Mrs. Gertrude Newman, Stenographer 

Mrs. Ava H. Driver, Stenographer 

Mrs. Dorothy B. Pope, Clerk 

Asheville Office : 412 County Court House, 
Asheville, North Carolina 



Grady R. Galloway, Rehabilitation Counselor 
R. W. Gibson, Rehabilitation Counselor 
S. R. Blake, Rehabilitation Counselor 
James L. Daves, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Ruby Lee Reeves, Stenographer 
Hazel Swann, Stenographer 

Charlotte Office: 517 Insurance Lane, 
Charlotte, North Carolina 



.Phone: ALpine 3-7658 



.Phone: FRanklin 5-8686 



C. A. McDaniel, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Virgil White, Rehabilitation Counselor 
A. C. Warman, Rehabilitation Counselor 
J. H. Clippard, Rehabilitation Counselor 
James F. Watterson, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Edward Lee Whitley, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Mrs. Cynthia R. Banks, Stenographer 
Mrs. Wilda H. Oswalt, Stenographer 
Mrs. Margaret B. Cunningham, Stenographer 

Durham Office: 1031 Duke Hospital, 

Durham, North Carolina Phone: 681-0111, Ext. 3848 

R. G. Harrison, Rehabilitation Counselor 

R. D. Connell, Rehabilitation Counselor 

Miss Jean E. Kirkman, Rehabilitation Counselor 

Wm. H. Anderson, Rehabilitation Counselor 

Mrs. Cecil S. Marshburn, Stenographer 

Barbara Ann Morton, Stenographer 



Fayetteville Office : 431 Hay Street, 
Fayetteville, North Carolina 



.Phone: HEmlock 2-2214 



J. E. Hamilton, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Joseph A. Savage, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Chas. A. Guy, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Howard Grimes, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Mrs. Jean B. Brisson, Stenographer 
Mrs. Sarah F. Grubb, Stenographer 

Greensboro Office : 1305 North Elm Street, 
Greensboro, North Carolina 

T. L. McClellan, Rehabilitation Counselor 
E. W. Brafford, Rehabilitation Counselor 
James G. Twiggs, Rehabilitation Counselor 
C. O. Tyndall, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Mrs. Geraldine B. Dixon, Stenographer 
Mrs. Laura W. Vestal, Stenographer 

Greenville Office: 212 West Fifth Street, 
Greenville, North Carolina 

H. A. Hendrix, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Reginal M. Manning, Rehabilitation Counselor 
James E. Coats, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Frank G. Hickman, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Elver C. Modlin, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Frank H. Thompson, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Mrs. Mary M. Ross, Stenographer 



Phone: 273-9734 



.Phone: PLaza 2-7107 



State Offices 



Florence O. Phelps, Stenographer 
Mrs. Doris M. Tolson, Stenographer 



Hickory Office : 232 Second Avenue, N. W., 
Hickory, North Carolina 



.Phone: 327-8001 



.Phone: 527-0105, Ext. 314 



James T. Yates, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Chas. C. Neill, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Mrs. Margaret Dabrowski, Stenographer 

Kinston Office : Rehabilitation Center, 

Kinston, North Carolina 

R. L. Denny, Director 

N. L. Williams, Rehabilitation Counselor 

W. A. Dunne, Rehabilitation Counselor 

Mrs. Lottie O. Whaley, Stenographer 

Robert D. Rhyne, Instructor 

Mrs. Iris S. Aldridge, Instructor 

Mrs. Thelma C. Roberson, Instructor 

Mrs. Johnsie H. Gray, Instructor 

James G. FutreU, Instructor 

Carl O. Winchester, Speech Therapist 

Raeford Allen Lee, Maintenance Man 

Morganton Office: N. C. School for the Deaf, 

Morganton, North Carolina Phone : 

Julian B. Leonard, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Mrs. Margaret S. Hall, Stenographer 

Raleigh Office: 1124 Hillsboro Street, 

Raleigh, North Carolina Phone: TE 4-3611, Ext. 365 

R. B. Hawkins, Rehabilitation Counselor 
W. Rea Parker, Rehabilitation Counselor 
J. J. Beale, Rehabilitation Counselor 
W. E. Buford, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Mrs. Doris D. Russ, Stenographer 
Eunice R. Eatmon, Stenographer 



HEmlock 7-7220 



Salisbury Office: 401 W. Innes Street, 
Salisbury, North Carolina 



.Phone: 633-2591 



James W. Wilhelm, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Larry O. Holland, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Billy H. Cline, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Mitchell P. Beam, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Mrs. Lorraine R. Evans, Stenographer 
Judy Carole Long, Stenographer 

Wilmington Office: 414 Insurance Building, 

Wilmington, North Carolina Phone : 

A. A. Chiemiego, Rehabilitation Counselor 
L. K. Parker, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Mrs. Patricia W. Whitehurst, Stenographer 

Winston-Salem Office : 2701 N. Cherry Street, 

Winston-Salem, North Carolina 

E. W. Crawford, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Thos. E. Styers, Rehabilitation Counselor 
Jayne Boone, Stenographer 



ROger 2-1075 



Phone: 724-3621 



CONTROLLER'S OFFICE 

A. C. Davis, Controller 7565 

Mrs. Josephine W. Adams, Administrative Secretary 7565 



DIVISION OF TEACHER ALLOTMENT AND GENERAL CONTROL 

J. E. Hunter, Director 7566 

D. W. Jones, Pupil Acctg. Supervisor 287 

Claude C. Warren, Pupil Acctg. Supervisor 287 

Fred W. Pippin, Pupil Acctg. Supervisor 287 

Mrs. Jean F. Folk, Stenographer 7566 



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DIVISION OF AUDITING AND ACCOUNTING 

J. a. Porter, Jr., Director 7414 

Paul D. Pendergraft, Assistant Director 7526 

Miss Blanche Casey, Stenographer 7414 

Miss Pansy M. Rogers, Stenographer 7526 

Miss Caroline Avera, Acctg. Clerk 7698 

Mrs. Millie Lou Scott, Acctg. Clerk 7698 

Miss Kate Dunn Elmore, Acctg. Clerk 677 

W. H. Middleton, Acctg. Clerk 677 

Mrs. Anne Rogers McDonald, Acctg. Clerk 677 

Miss Ruby M. Rilev, Acctg. Clerk 677 

Miss Betty L. Bishop, Acctg. Clerk 677 

Miss S. Panthea Gupton, Acctg. Clerk 677 

Mrs. Helen B. Vinson, Acctg. Clerk 677 

Mrs. Helen V. Wood, Acctg. Clerk 677 

Mrs. Hazel C. Seymour, Acctg. Clerk 7700 

Mrs. Patricia B. Moredock, Acctg. Clerk 7700 

Mrs. Grace P. Pope, Acctg. Clerk 7700 

Chas. H. Woody, Clerk 7700 

Selby E. Stokes, Adm. Asst 287 

David G. Olmsted, Accountant 287 

Robert L. Andrews, Adm. Officer 7700 

Mrs. Freddie H. Hilliard, Stenographer 7700 

William E. Lyon, Accountant 7526 

Mrs. Lucille B. Burchette, Acctg. Clerk 7698 

Mrs. Corene M. Hardee, Acctg. Clerk 7698 

Miss Elizabeth E. Norris, Acctg. Clerk 7698 

Miss Maggie Stroud, Typist 7698 

Miss Iris A. Smith, Typist 7698 

Mrs. Jean Johnson, Typist 7698 

Miss Nannie Ruth Andrews, Typist 7698 

Mrs. Charlotte B. Strickland, Typist 7698 

D. Wade Johnston, Accountant 7639 

Mrs. Atha Lee Weathers, Acctg. Clerk 7639 

Mrs. Shirley P. Jackson, Acctg. Clerk 7639 

Grady M. Poston, Public Accounts Auditor 7639 

DIVISION OF INSURANCE 

Thomas B. Winborne, Director 426 

Harvey K. Winslow, Engineer 426 

Frederick J. Calverley, Engineer 426 

Arthur M. Varner, Engineer 426 

Mrs. Florence W. Moore, Stenographer 426 

Mrs. Frankie L. Adcock, Stenographer 426 

Mrs. Emily L. Council, Stenographer 426 

DIVISION OF PLANT OPERATION 

Charles H. Jourdan, Director 327 

William H. Price, Jr., Consulting Engineer 327 

Carsie K. Denning, Consulting Engineer 327 

James S. Phillips, Administrative Officer 827 

Mrs. Sara K. Fort, Stenographer 327 

DIVISION OF TRANSPORTATION 

C. C. Brown, Director 406 

Miss Rachel B. Sumner, Stenographer 406 

Delphos J. Dark, Transportation Asst 278 

Dallas G. Whitford, Bus Rt. Supv 278 

L. W. Alexander, Bus Rt. Supv 278 

Roy B. Williams, Equipment Supt 278 

T. E. Glass, Equipment Supt 278 

Earl M. Waters, Equipment Supt 278 

W. F. Tillett, Equipment Engineer 278 

M. P. Bradford, Clerk 278 

DIVISION OF TEXTBOOKS 

Wade M. Jenkins, Director 7516 

A. J. Dickson, Administrative Officer 467 

M. Webb Fowler, Accounting Clerk 467 

Mrs. Ruth G. Walton, Stenographer 7516 

Mrs. Elsie G. Burgess, Bookkeeping Machine Opr 467 

Mrs. Judy P. Whitley, Stenographer 467 

Miss Jo Ann Gale, Stenographer 467 

Mrs. Alice B. Newton, Accounting Clerk 467 

Mrs. Alice R. Lanford, Typist 7516 

Mrs. Jean R. Wrenn, Typist 7516 



State Offices 11 

Mrs. Mary S. Barnes, Typist 751 6 

Mrs. Evelyn G. Fleming, Typist ar7 

J. J. Kelly, Stock Supv 7„1 

Mrs. Gladys Tippett, Clerk 75A4 

Mrs. Lenora M. Bridges, Stock Clerk 7K74 

Mrs. Edna Earl Bridges, Stock Clerk 7^74 

Mrs. Myrtle M. Perry, Stock Clerk 7^74 

Arthur H. Castleberry, Stock Clerk 7t;74 

Rene J. Labat, Stock Clerk 7=74 

Johnny Earl Temple, Stock Clerk 7t;74 

Dale C. Privette, Stock Clerk 7^74 

Dwight P. Whitaker, Stock Clerk ". 7^74 

John M. Holden, Stock Clerk 7^74 

Willis Cordell Rogers, Stock Clerk .' 7^74 

David P. Brantley, Stock Clerk '.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.['.'.'.[[['. '.'.75U 

DEPARTMENT OF CURRICULUM STUDY AND RESEARCH 

(Offices: 136 Education Bldg. and 118 W. Edenton St.) 

I. E. Ready, Director 74,0 

Raymond A. Stone, Assistant Director ". 7816 

Edward T. Brown, Assistant Director 7S17 

G. Herman Porter, Educational Supervisor 7817 

Mrs. Helen B. Dowdy, Secretary 7410 

Constance L. Griffin, Secretary 7917 

Jean W. Scott, Secretary fjtia 

Kathleen S. Poole, Typist '.'■'■'■'■'■'■'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.['.'.'.'.'.['.'.]'.'. .7418 

GOVERNOR'S COMMISSION ON EDUCATIONAL 
TELEVISION 

Hubert J. Philpott, Chairman, Lexington 

Harold Essex, President of WSJS-TV, Winston-Salem 

R. Floyd Grouse, Sparta 

E. Herbey Evans, Jr., Laurinburg 

Horace Stacy, Jr., Lumberton 

S'"'i^^^^l^ ^- Carroll, State Superintendent of Public Instruction, Raleigh 

I'red H. Weaver, Secretary of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 

Louis Lipinsky, Asheville 

L. Y. Ballentine, Commissioner of Agriculture, Raleigh 

Miss Lois Edinger, Chapel Hill 

W. H. Wagoner, Superintendent of New Hanover Schools, Wilmington 

Howard Holderness, Greensboro 

State Senator Claude Currie, Durham 

State Rep. H. P. Taylor, Wadesboro 

State Rep. Elbert S. Peel, Williamston 

J. Carlyle Rutledge, Kannapolis 

Harold Coffy, Lenoir 

L. W. Allen, Charlotte 

Dr. Stacy Weaver, President of Methodist College, Fayett-'ville 

Allen H. Gwyn, Jr., Reidsville 

Wesley Wallace, Chairman of the Dept. of Radio, TV and Motion Pictures 

at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill 
Prof. Charles Phillips, Greensboro 
W. C. Harris, Jr., Raleigh 

Dr. Budd E. Smith, President of Wingate College, Wingate 
Prof. James T. Taylor, Durham 
Billy Hill, Murfreesboro 

COMMISSION ON THE SELECTION OF BOARDS OF 
EDUCATION 

Senator Jimmy V. Johnson, Iredell County, Chairman, Statesville 

E. L. Brown, Superintendent Davidson County Schools, Lexington 

Ben E. Fountain, Jr., Superintendent Elizabeth City Schools, Elizabeth City 

Representative Herman H. West, Cherokee County, Marble 

Senator Boyce A. Whitmire, Henderson County, Hendersonville 

Senator N. Hector McGeachy, Cumberland County, Fayetteville 

Representative Jack Felmet, Haywood County, Waynesville 

Representative Irwin Belk, Mecklenburg County, Charlotte 

Representative Philip P. Godwin, Gates County, Gatesville 



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GOVERNOR'S COMMISSION ON EDUCATION BEYOND 
THE HIGH SCHOOL 

Irving Carlyle, Chairman, Winston-Salem 

Dr. William C. Friday, President U.N.C., Chapel Hill 

Dr. Deryl Hart, President Duke University, Durham 

Dr. Alphonso Elder, President North Carolina College at Durham, Durham 

Senator W. Lunsford Crew, Halifax County, Roanoke Rapids 

Senator John Jordan, Wake County, Raleigh 

Senator Thomas J. White, Lenoir County, Kinston 

Senator James Stikeleather, Jr., Buncombe County, Asheville 

Representative H. Clifton Blue, Moore County, Aberdeen 

Representative J. Shelton Wicker, Lee County, Sanford 

Representative Thomas H. Woodard, Wilson County, Wilson 

W. Dallas Herring, Chairman State Board of Education, Rose Hill 

L. P. McLendon, Chairman N. C. Board of Higher Education, Greensboro 

Mrs. Harry B. Stein, Member Fayetteville School Board, Fayetteville 

Thomas J. Pearsall, Rocky Mount 

Alex McMahon, Chapel Hill 

Dr. Leo W. Jenkins, President East Carolina College, Greenville 

Bonnie E. Cone, Director Charlotte College, Greenville 

Calvin Leonard, Greensboro 

Mrs. L. Richardson Preyer, Greensboro 

H. A. Mattox, Murphy 

Mrs. Samuel H. Hair, Charlotte 

Dr. F. Stuart Chapin, AsheviUe 



FRIENDS OF EDUCATION COMMITTEE 

(Stay-in-School) 



Jack Wood, Chairman, Charlotte 

C. J. Barber, Oxford 

William L. Beerman, Greensboro 

Louis Berini, Durham 

Jack Boone, Greenville 

Leon Brogden, Wilmington 

Robert Bunnelle, Asheville 

Robert Calder, Wilmington 

Charles F. Carroll, Raleigh 

T. R. Collins, Smithfield 

Syd Dunn, Greenville 

Earle Edwards, Raleigh 

Deith Fearing, Manteo 

John Foster, Greensboro 

Mrs. Louise Godwin, Greensboro 

Mrs. Virginia H. Grier, Raleigh 



Brodie S. Griffith, Charlotte 

Avery Hightower, Wadesboro 

Charlie Justice, Asheville 

Dr. Walter Kitchin, Clinton 

Archie Laney, Monroe 

Ed Lilly, Kinston 

Harold Lineberger. Gastonia 

Daniel E. Moore, Durham 

Dr. E. Eugene Poston, Boiling Springs 

Dr. Samuel Proctor, Greensboro 

B. D. Quinn, Swan Quarter 

Dr. Lloyd Y. Thayer, High Point 

Lacy Thornburg, Sylva 

Dr. Henry Weitz, Durham 

Lawson Withers, Goldsboro 

T. Earl Yarborough, Charlotte 



NORTH CAROLINA ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON 
EDUCATION 

Thomas J. Pearsall, Chairman Rocky Mount 

W. T. Joyner, Vice-Chairman Raleigh 

Lunsford Crew Roanoke Rapids 

R. O. Huffman Morganton 

William Medf ord Waynesville 

Edward F. Yarborough Louisburg 

N. C. CITIZENS COMMITTEE FOR BETTER SCHOOLS 

Raymond A. Stone, Executive Secretary, 118 West Edenton Street, Raleigh, N. C. 
Judge L. Richardson Preyer, President, Greensboro 
Henry Belk, Vice President, Goldsboro 
Mrs. Ruth Dailey, Treasurer, Durham 

Halbert M. Jones, Chairman, Executive Committee, Laurinburg 
(At least one member in each county) 



STATE BOARD OF HIGHER EDUCATION 

L. P. McLendon, Chairman Greensboro 

William F. Womble, Vice Chairman Winston-Salem 

N. Elton Aydlett Elizabeth City 

Oliver C. Carmichael Biltmore 

W. D. Herring Rose HiU 

John P. Kennedy, Jr Charlotte 

W. J. Kennedy, Jr Durham 

Mrs. Harry B. Stein Fayetteville 

Mrs. Harry P. Horton Pittsboro 

William C. Archie, Director, Raleigh 

Howard R. Boozer, Assistant Director, Raleigh 

Kenneth C. Batchelor, Assistant Director for Finance, Raleigh 



State Offices 13 

EDUCATIONAL PERIODICALS 

NEWS OF CHILDHOOD EDUCATION, published four times a year by the North Carolina 

Association of Childhood Education. 
NORTH CAROLINA CLASSROOM TEACHERS BULLETIN, published twice a year by 

the Division of Classroom Teachers, North Carolina Education Association. 
NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATION, published by the North Carolina Education Association, 

Raleigh. 
NORTH CAROLINA PARENT-TEACHER BULLETIN, published monthly (except June, 

July and August) cooperatively by the N. C. Congress of Parents and Teachers and 

the Extension Division of the Woman's College of the University of North Carolina, 

Greensboro. 
NORTH CAROLINA SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION BULLETIN, published quarterly 

by The North Carolina School Boards Association, Chapel Hill. 
NORTH CAROLINA ENGLISH TEACHER, published four times per year at Chapel Hill 

by the North Carolina English Teachers Association. 
TARHEEL SOCIAL STUDIES BULLETIN, quarterly publication of the North Carolina 

Council for the Social Studies, Duke University, Durham. 
THE HIGH SCHOOL JOURNAL, published by the University of North Carolina, Chapel 

Hill. 
THE NORTH CAROLINA AUDIO-VISUALIST, published four times a year in November, 

January, March and May as the official organ of the Audio-Visual Department of the 

North Carolina Education Association, Chapel HiU. 
THE NORTH CAROLINA TEACHERS RECORD, published quarterly by the North Caro- 
lina Teachers Association, Raleigh. 
NORTH CAROLINA PUBLIC SCHOOL BULLETIN, issued monthly except June. July 

and August by the State Department of Public Instruction. 

STATE HOLIDAYS 

(Observed by State Employees) 

Veterans Day November 12, 1962 

Thanksgiving Day November 22, 1962 

Christmas December 24-26, Inc. 1962 

New Year's Day January 1, 1963 

Easter Monday April 15, 1963 

Confederate Memorial Day May 10, 1963 

Independence Day July 4, 1963 

Labor Day September 2, 1963 

TEACHERS' AND STATE EMPLOYEES' RETIREMENT 

SYSTEM 

BOARD OF TRUSTEES 

Edwin Gill, Chairman, Raleigh H. L. Stephenson, Smithfield 

Charles F. Carroll, Raleigh Mrs. Annie H. Swindell, Durham 

Robert E. Williams, Raleigh Withers Davis, Garner 

Geo. B. Cherry, Raleigh Royal W. Sands, Reidsville 

Nathan Yelton, Executive Secretary 

UNITED FORCES FOR EDUCATION 

N. C. Congress of Parents and Teachers 

N. C. Education Association 

N. C. Division of the American Association of University Women 

N. C. School Boards Association 

N. C. Federation of Women's Clubs 

N. C. State Grange 

THE NORTH CAROLINA STATE SCHOOL BOARDS 
ASSOCIATION 

J. C. Abbott, President Elizabeth City 

i?^ J^- ^^1'- ^^•' Vice-President Pilot Mountain 

W. O. Fields, Jr., Associate Executive Secretary Box 810, Chapel Hill 

Guy B. Phillips, Consultant Box 810, Chapel Hill 

SECRETARIES OF EXAMINING BOARDS 

Accountant Examiners. N. C. State Board of Certified Public, William A. Terrill, Chapel Hill 

Architectural Examination and Registration, State Board of A. Lewis Poller, Raleigh 

Barber Examiners, State Board of J. Marvin Cheek, Chairman, Hiph Point 

Chiropody Examiners, State Board of Dr. R. W. Getchell, Goldsboro 

Chiropractic Examiners, State Board of Dr. C. H. Peters, Rocky Mount 

Contractors, N. C. Licensing Board for James M. Wella, Jr., Raleigh 



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Cosmetic Art Examiners, N. C. Board of Mrs. Catherine Munn, Raleigh 

Dental Examiners, State Board of Dr. J. H. Guion, Charlotte 

Electrical Contractors, Board of Examiners of Mrs. Elizabeth E. Anderson, Raleigh 

Embalmers and Funeral Directors, N. C. State Board of Clyde O. Robinson, Raleigh 

Engineers and Land Surveyors, Board of Registration for R. B. Rice, Raleigh 

Law Examiners, State Board of . . .E. L. Cannon, Raleigh 

Library Certification Board • • • Carlyle Frarey, Chapel HiU 

Medical Examiners, State Board of Dr. Joseph J. Combs, Raleigh 

Nurse Registration and Nursing Education, N. C. Board of... Carrie M. Spurgeon, Raleigh 

Opticians, North Carolina State Board of H. L. Ridgeway, Jr., Raleigh 

Optometry, N. C. State Board of Examiners in Dr. K. W. Ramsey, Marion 

Osteopathic Examination and Registration, ,„„„„,. 

N. C. State Board of Dr. Joseph H. Huff, Burlington 

Pest Control Commission, Structural John H. Reitzel, Raleigh 

Pharmacy, N. C. State Board of H. C. McAlister, Chapel Hill 

Physical Therapists, State Examining Committee of Edith Vail, Winston-Salem 

Plumbing and Heating Contractors, Board of Examiners of W. F. Morrison, Raleigh 

Real Estate Licensing Board, North Carolina Joseph F. Schweidler, Raleigh 

Refrigeration Examiners, State Board of James A. Dean, Raleigh 

Veterinary Examining Board, State Dr. J. I. Cora well, Asheville 

NORTH CAROLINA COLLEGE CONFERENCE 

J Earl Danieley, President Elon College, Elon College 

A. F. Jackson, Vice-President A. and T. College. Greensboro 

J. P. Freeman, Secretary-Treasurer State Department of Public Instruction, Raleigh 



COUNTY AND CITY SUPERINTENDENTS 



County, City — Superintendent, Address 

ALAMANCE — C. C. Linneman, Graham 

Burlington — L. E. Spikes, Burlington 
ALEXANDER— S. W. Payne, Taylorsville 
ALLEGHANY— J. E. Rufty. Sparta 
ANSON — R. O. McCollum, Wadesboro 

Morven — James W. Jenkins, Mor\'en 

Wadesboro — W. L. Wildermuth, Wadesboro 
ASHE — Frank James, Jefferson 
AVERY — W. Kenneth Anderson, Newland 
BEAUFORT — W. F. Veasey, Washington 

Washington — Edwin A. West, Washington 
BERTIE — John L. Dupree, Windsor 
BLADEN — D. M. Calhoun, Elizabethtown 
BRUNSWICK— John Greely Long, Southport 
BUNCOMBE — T. C. Roberson, Asheville 

Asheville— W. P. Griffin, Asheville 
BURKE — R. L. Patton, Morganton 

Glen Alpine — W. A. Young, Glen Alpine 

Morganton — Maston S. Parham, Morganton 
CABARRUS — C. A. Furr, Concord 

Concord — Woodrow W. Hartsell, Concord 

Kannapolis — W. J. Bullock, Kannapolis 
CALDWELL — C. M. Abernethy, Lenoir 

Lenoir — J. G. Hagaman, Lenoir 
CAMDEN— D. B. Burgess, Camden 
CARTERET— H. L. Joslyn, Beaufort 
CASWELL — Thomas H. Whitley, Yanceyville 
CATAWBA — Harry M. Arndt, Newton 

Hickory — Wilmer M. Jenkins, Hickory 

Newton— R. N. Gurley, Newton 
CHARLOTTE-MECKLENBURG— Craig 

Phillips, Charlotte 
CHATHAM— Jason B. Deyton, Pittsboro 
CHEROKEE— Lloyd W. Hendrix, Murphy 

Andrews — Chas. O. Frazier, Andrews 

Murphy — Holland McSwain, Murphy 
CHOWAN— W. J. Taylor, Edenton 

Edenton — Hiram J. Mayo, Edenton 
CLAY— Hugh Scott Beal, Hayesville 
CLEVELAND— J. H. Grigg, Shelby 

Kings Mountain — B. N. Barnes, Kings 
Mountain 

Shelby — Malcolm E. Brown, Shelby 
COLUMBUS— T. Ward Guy, Whiteville 

Whiteville— G. H. Arnold, Whiteville 
CRAVEN— R. L. Pugh, New Bern 

New Bern — H. J. MacDonald, New Bern 
CUMBERLAND— F. D. Byrd, Jr., 
Fayetteville 

Fayetteville — C. Reid Ross, Fayetteville 
CURRITUCK— S. C. Chandler, Currituck 
DARE — Mrs. Mary L. Evans, Manteo 



County, City — Superintendent, Address 

DAVIDSON— E. L. Brown, Lexington 

Lexington — L. E. Andrews, Lexington 

Thomasville — W. S. Horton, Thomasville 
DAVIE— William T. Bird, MocksviUe 
DUPLIN— O. P. Johnson, Kenansville 
DURHAM— C. H. Chewning, Durham 

Durham — Lew W. Hannen, Durham 
EDGECOMBE— Morris S. Clarj', Tarboro 

Tarboro — C. B. Martin, Tarboro 
FORSYTH— Thomas Ray Gibbs, Winston- 
Salem 

Winston-Salem — Marvin M. Ward, 
Winston-Salem 
FRANKLIN— Wiley F. Mitchell. Louisburg 

Franklinton — Jesse L. McDaniel, 
Franklinton 
GASTON — Hunter Huss, Gastonia 

Cherryville — William H. Brown, Cherrjville 

Gastonia — W. B. Sugg, Gastonia 
GATES— W. C. Harrell, Gatesville 
GRAHAM — James A. Stanley, Robbinsville 
GRANVILLE— D. N. Hix, Oxford 

Oxford— C. W. Duggins, Oxford 
GREENE — Gerald D. James, Snow Hill 
GUILFORD — E. P. Pearce, Jr., Greensboro 

Greensboro — Philip J. Weaver, Greensboro 

High Point— Dean B. Pruette, High Point 
HALIFAX— W. Henrj' Overman, Halifax 

Roanoke Rapids — J. W. Talley, Roanoke 
Rapids 

Weldon — B. Paul Hammack, Weldon 
HARNETT— G. T. Proffitt, Lillington 
HAYWOOD^L. B. Leatherwood, Waynesville 

Canton — Culver R. Dale, Canton 
HENDERSON— J. M. Foster, Hendersonville 

Hendersonville — Hugh D. Randall, 
HendersonviUe 
HERTFORD— Russell P. Martin, Winton 
HOKE— W. T. Gibson, Jr., Raeford 
HYDE — Ben D. Quinn, Swan Quarter 
IREDELL — Frank L. Austin, Statesville 

Mooresville — Roland R. Morgan, Mooresville 

Statesville — A. D. Kornegay, StatesviUe 
JACKSON— W. V. Cope, Sylva 
JOHNSTON— E. S. Simpson, Smithfield 
JONES — W. B. Moore, Trenton 
LEE — J. J. Lentz, Sanford 

Sanford — M. A. McLeod, Sanford 
LENOIR— H. H. Bullock, Kinston 

Kinston — J. P. Booth, Kinston 
LINCOLN — Norris S. Childers, Lincolnton 

Lincolnton — S. Ray Lowder, Lincolnton 



Local Health Directors 



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MACON — Hieronymous Bueck, Franklin 
MADISON— Fred W. Anderson, Marshall 
MARTIN— J. C. Manning, Williamston 
McDowell — James E. Johnson, Marion 

Marion — Hugh Beam, Marion 
MITCHELL— Walter L. Thomas, Bakersville 
MONTGOMERY— S. H. Helton, Troy 
MOORE— R. E. Lee, Carthage 

Pinehurst — Lewis S. Cannon, Pinehurst 
Southern Pines — Luther A. Adams, 
Southern Pines 
NASH— C. H. Fries, Jr., Nashville 
Rocky Mount — D. S. Johnson, Rocky 
Mount 
NEW HANOVER— William H. Wagoner, 

Wilmington 
NORTHAMPTON— R. F. Lowry, Jackson 
ONSLOW— I. B. Hudson, Jacksonville 
ORANGE— G. P. Carr, HiUsboro 
Chapel Hill — Howard E. Thompson, 
Chapel Hill 
PAMLICO— T. J. Collier, Bayboro 
PASQUOTANK— J. H. Moore, Elizabeth City 
Elizabeth City — B. E. Fountain, Jr 
Elizabeth City 
PENDER— B. L. Davis, Burgaw 
PERQUIMANS— John T. Biggers, Hertford 
PERSON— R. B. Griffin, Roxboro 
PITT— D. H. Conley, GreenviUe 

Greenville — J. H. Rose, Greenville 
POLK — David A. Cromer, Columbus 

Tryon — W. S. Hamilton, Tryon 
RANDOLPH— Lacy M. Presnell, Jr., 
Asheboro 
Asheboro — Guy B. Teachey, Asheboro 
RICHMOND— F. D. McLeod, Rockingham 
Hamlet— Maylon E. McDonald, Hamlet 
Rockingham — J. E. Huneycutt, 
Rockingham 
ROBESON— B. E. Littlefield, Lumberton 
Fairmont — Joseph H. Wishon, Fairmont 
Lumberton— L. Gilbert Carroll, Lumberton 
Maxton— D. M. Singley, Maxton 
Red Springs — Walter R. Dudley, 

Red Springs 
Saint Pauls — Marion W. Bird, Saint Pauls 



ROCKINGHAM— J. Allan Lewis, Wentworth 
Leaksville — J. M. Hough, Leaksville 
Madison-Mayodan — V. Mayo Bundy, 

Madison 
Reidsville — C. C. Lipscomb, Reidsville 
ROWAN— C. C. Erwin, Salisbury 

Salisbury — J. H. Knox, Salisbury 
RUTHERFORD— Forrest W. Hunt, 

Rutherfordton 
SAMPSON— J. T. Denning, Clinton 

Clinton— E. C. Sipe, Clinton 
SCOTLAND— J. J. Pence, Laurinburg 

Laurinburg — A. B. Gibson, Laurinburg 
STANLY— James P. Sifford, Albemarle 

Albemarle — Claud Grigg, Albemarle 
STOKES— R. M. Green, Danbury 
SURRY— J. Sam Gentry, Dobson 
Elkin— N. H. Carpenter, Elkin 
Mt. Airy — B. H. Tharrington, Mt. Airy 
SWAIN— T. L. Woodard, Bryson City 
TRANSYLVANIA— C. W. Bradburn, 

Brevard 
TYRRELL— M. L. Basnight, Columbia 
UNION— Dan S. Davis, Monroe 

Monroe — Oscar W. Broome, Monroe 
VANCE— J. C. Stabler, Henderson 

Henderson — W. D. Payne, Henderson 
WAKE— Fred A. Smith, Raleigh 

Raleigh — Jesse O. Sanderson, Raleigh 
WARREN— J. Roger Peeler, Warrenton 
WASHINGTON— S. D. O'Neal, Plymouth 
WATAUGA— W. G. Angell, Boone 
WAYNE— R. S. Proctor, Goldsboro 
Fremont — Lindsay Cody Robinson, 

Fremont 
Goldsboro — N. H. Shope, Goldsboro 
WILKES— C. B. Eller, Wilkesboro 
N. Wilkesboro — J. Floyd Woodward, 
N. Wilkesboro 
WILSON— H. D. Browning, Jr., Wilson 
Elm City— J. T. Odom, Jr., Elm City 
Wilson— Geo. S. Willard, Wilson 
YADKIN— Fred C. Hobson, Yadkinville 
YANCEY— Hubert D. Justice, Burnsville 



LOCAL HEALTH DIRECTORS 

county or District Health Director, Address and Ph. No. 

|SanUi^walaugW.^^^v.^v.^^v.^• - D?>^ \ ^-^^hK^^r ' cSS ^-^ 

Aviry °^- °- W Davis, P. T., Wadesboro, MYrtle 4-2516 

Beaufort r>' " "w* " X' ' n^'"- ^^^ ^,- ^- Michal, Newland, 733-4971 

Bertie ^''- ^- "^A Browne. Washington, WHitney 6-3101/6-8102 

Bladen A••••^°^.^• ^- Jordan, P.T., Windsor, PY 4-2161 

Brunswick ^^- Caroline Callison, Elizabethtown, UNion 2-3467 

Brunswick Dr. A. H. EUiot. P.T.. Southport, GLadstone 7-2081 

Buncombe ^ Shallotte, PLaza 4-6611 

°'*'^ n;.V iT-i--;u---\ ?'■; H- ^- Stevens, P. O. Box 7525 

Burke ""^^ Smathers, Asst.. Asheville, ALpine 2-7611, ext. 42 & 47 

Cabarrus.' ." n " ' "Pt ^f. ^V,.^^^^^^' ^organton, HE 7-5152 

Caldwell l»r. John D. Workman, Concord, STate 2-4121 

Carteret A' " ' V " ^ " William Happer, Lenoir, PLaza 4-4241 

8SS±Sr'"-"™"^«- ■■■■■■■■■■■■■ "i^'fe-T t" B;„&^,?SSf°'J'..^i1 tilll 

Cleveland A' " ' ;, Murphy, VErnon 7-2311 

Columbus ■^.••••;^''- 2- P- Mitchell, Shelby, HU 7-8511 

Craven A" " H^,; ^: ^- ^lack, WhiteviUe, Midway 2-2834 

Cumberland VT^-^.-rr,^-^^""^^^' ^^^ ^ern, MElrose 7-3121 

Crrituck ^- : ; ^'•- ^- T. Foster, FayetteviUe, HEmlock 3-3136 

Dare ^^ ^- ^- Johnston, Currituck 2238 

Davidson." '.'. K • • ,?''• ^- r'^r Johnston, Manteo 2480 

Davie-Yadkin V< " ' " ; '"v ^^^^ot Lohr, Lexington, CH 6-5952 

Duplin Dr. A. J. Holton, Mocksville, MEdford 4-2012 

Durham • "^"^^ ^- Powers, Kenansville 296-2666 

Edgecombe A -r'A-^'^; '^^ ^- Adier, Durham 682-8176 

Fofsyth n • ■^'■- Z-^^- Chamblee, Tarboro, TAlbot 3-2174 

Franklin ' ?? • "^S^' Winston-Salem. PArk 2-2595 

Gaston. . '. K " " '^^'\7^-r^^; J°'l?'^' J^-. Louisburg 496-3553 

Graham nV Vo ^''' o? u ' "^^^- Gastonia, UNiversity 4-4331 

D'- James E. Stephens, P.T., Robbinsville, GRaniti 9-3525 



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County or District Health Director, Address and Ph. No. 

Granville Dr. J. U. Weaver, Oxford 5611 

Greene. Dr. Joseph L. Campbell, Snow Hill, Shady Side 7-3578 

Guilford Dr. E. H. Ellinwood, Greensboro 

Dr. Sarah T. Morrow, Asst., BRoadway 3-9426 

Halifax Dr. Robert F. Young, Halifax, JUstice 3-2191 

Harnett Dr. Melvin F. Eyerman, LiUington 893-4251 

Dunn 2424 

Haywood Dr. Raymond K. Butler, Waynesville, GLendale 6-3642 

Henderson Dr. J. D. Lutz, P.T., Hendersonville 692-4223 

Hertford-Gates Dr. Quinton E. Cooke, Winton, ELgin 8-3191 

Hoke Dr. Clifton Davenport, P.T., Raeford 875-3717 

Hyde Dr. W. W. Johnston, Swan Quarter 297 

IredeU. Dr. Ernest Ward, Statesville, TRiangle 3-7271 

Jackson-Macon-Swain Dr. James T. Googe, Sylva, JU 6-2913 

Johnston Dr. Robert D. PhiUips, Smithfield, WEbster 4-4168 

Jones Dr. L. E. Kling, Trenton 448-2701 

Lenoir' ' Dr. L. E. Kling, Kinston, JAckson 3-6119 

McDowell.... Dr. W. F. E. Loftin, Marion 6471 

Madison ' ' ' Dr. Margery J. Lord, Marshall 3531 

Martin Dr. Grover C. Godwin, P.T., Williamston, SWift 2-4133 and 34 

Mecklenburg Dr. Maurice Kamp, Charlotte 

Dr. Eliz. C. Corkey, Asst., FRanklin 5-8861 

Mitchell-Yancey Burnsville, MUrray 2-2127 

Montgomery • • ■ • • Troy 4251 

Moore Dr. J. W. Willcox, Carthage, WHitney 7-2711 

Nash Dr. J. S. Chamblee, Nashville, GLendale 9-3471 

New Hanover Dr. C. B. Davis, Wilmington, ROger 2-1863 

Northampton Dr. W. R. Parker, Jackson, LEnox 4-3071 

Onslow Dr. Eleanor H. Williams, Jacksonville 347-2154 

Grange-Person-Chatham-Lee-CasweU Dr. O. David Garvin, Chapel Hill 

Dr. Gordon S. Fuller, Asst. 942-4053 

Pamlico Dr. L. E. Kling, Bayboro, SH 5-2506 

Pasquotank-Perquimans-Camden-Chowan Dr. J. A. Johnson, P.T., Elizabeth City 5429 

Pender Dr. N. C. Wolfe, P.T., Burgaw, CL 9-2563 

Pitt Dr. R. E. Fox, Greenville, PLaza 2-4141 

Randolph. Dr. H. C. Whims, Asheboro, M Ain 5-4227 

Richmond Dr. Clem Ham, Rockingham, TWining 5-6304 

Robeson Dr. E. R. Hardin, Lumberton, REdfield 9-3344 

Rockingham Dr. C. T. Mangum, P.T., Spray, MAin 3-6173 

Reidsville, DI 9-6533 

Rowan Dr. M. K. Holler, Salisbury, MElrose 3-0411 

Rutherford-Polk Dr. Ann B. Lane, Rutherfordton, ATwater 7-4931 

Sampson Dr. Caroline H. Callison, Clinton, LY 2-2668 

Scotland Dr. Clem Ham, Laurinburg, CRestview 6-1411 

Stanly Albemarle, YUkon 2-4615 

Stokes'.!! Dr. J. S. Taylor, P.T., Danbury, LY 3-7611 

Surry Dr. Robert Caldwell, Mount Airy, ST 6-4163 

Transylvania Dr. John R. Folger, P.T., Brevard 883-4255 

Tyrrell-Washington Dr. Claudius McGowan, P.T., Plymouth, SWain 3-4416 

Union Dr. Conway Anderson Bolt, Monroe, ATlantic 3-6124 

Vance Dr. J. J. Weaver, Henderson, GEneva 8-4714 

Wake Dr. Isa C. Grant, P. O. Box 949 

Dr. Jane H. Wooten, Asst., Raleigh, TE 3-1655 

Warren Dr. W. B. Jones, Jr., Warrenton 3341 

Wayne Dr. Joe A. Bain, Goldsboro, REpublic 6-4331 

Wilkes Dr. A. J. Holton, Wilkesboro 347 

Wilson Dr. Joseph Campbell, Wilson 237-3141 

Charlotte, City of Dr. Maurice Kamp, Charlotte, FRanklin 5-8861 

Rocky Mount, City of Dr. J. S. Chamblee, Rocky Mount, GI 2-1189 

THE NORTH CAROLINA ASSOCIATION FOR 
CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 

President: G. Harold Miller, 806 St. Michael's Lane, Gastonia 

Vice President: Nursery, Kindergarten, Mrs. Ralph Miller, 1013 Country Club Drive, 

High Point 
Vice-President: Primary, Mrs. India Robbins, Box 38, Ruffin 
Vice-President: Intermediate, Dr. Lois Staton, E.C.C., Greenville 
Corresponding Secretary: Mrs. Maurice Holbrook, Union Rd., Gastonia 
Recording Secretary: Mrs. Nina E. Booker, 412 S. Chapman St., Greensboro 
Treasurer: Warren Anderson, 3012 Medlin Dr., Raleigh 

Executive Secretary and Adviser: Carrie Phillips, 221 So. Tremont Dr., Greensboro 
A.C.E.I. Representative: Mrs. E. H. Reich, Route 8, Lexington 



P.T.— Part-time. 



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NORTH CAROLINA CONGRESS OF COLORED PARENTS 
AND TEACHERS 

State President: Mrs. R. E. Ransom, P. O. Box 145, Warren ton 

First Vice-President: Mrs. L. E. McDonnell, P. O. Box 573, High Point 

Second Vice-President: Mr. M. M. Daniels, Principal, Elvie St. School, Wilson 

Secretary: Mrs. H. T. Mason, 31 Rock Spring St., Henderson 

Assistant Secretary: Mrs. Elizabeth Byrd, P. O. Box 368, Edenton 

Treasurer: Ralph Davis, Principal, Reynolds High School, Canton 

Auditor: Alexander McNeil, 1328 Elliott Circle, Fayetteville 

Parliamentarian: H. D. Cooper, Principal, R. L. Vann High School, Ahoskie 

Historian: Maude Freeman, 510 West Third St., Weldon 

Executive Secretary: Mrs. Ada M. Jamagin, 1010 Smithfield St., Raleigh 

NORTH CAROLINA CONGRESS OF PARENTS 
AND TEACHERS 

Mra. H. S. Godwin, President 510 N. Mendenhall, Greensboro 

Mrs. Fred T. Craven, First Vice-President 29 Ravine Ave., Concord 

Mrs. Riley S. Monds, Second Vice-President Hertford 

Mrs. J. W. Burke, Treasurer GibsonviUe 

Mrs. Moultrie H. Smith, Secretary Rt. 1, Flat Rock 

TEACHERS PLACEMENT BUREAUS 

Carolina Teachers Agency, Henderson 
Haworth Teachers Agency, Box 932, High Point 
Placement Bureau, U. N. C. Summer School, Chapel HiU 
Placement Bureau, N. C. Teachers Association (Negro), Raleigh 
Placement Bureau, The Woman's College, Greensboro 

INSTITUTIONS OF HIGHER LEARNING 

Public Institutions — White 

SENIOR COLLEGES: 

The University of North Carolina, Wm. C. Friday, President, Chapel Hill tMen 

Wm. B. Aycock, Chancellor and Vice-President; H. Arnold Perry, Dean, School 
of Education 

State College of Agriculture and Engineering of the University of N. C, Raleigh Coed 

John T. Caldwell, Chancellor and Vice-President; J. Bryant Kirkland, Dean, 
School of Education 

Woman's College of The University of North Carolina, Greensboro Women 

Otis A. Singletary, Chancellor and Vice-President; Kenneth E. Howe, Dean, 
School of Education 

Appalachian State Teachers College, W. H. Plemmons, President, Boone Coed 

East Carolina College, Leo W. Jenkins, President, Greenville Coed 

Western Carolina College, Paul A. Reid, President, CuUowhee Coed 

JUNIOR COLLEGES:* 

Asheville-Biltmore Junior College, Wm. H. Highsmith, President, Asheville Coed 

Charlotte College, Bonnie E. Cone, Director, Charlotte Coed 

College of Albemarle, C. Robert Benson, Jr., Elizabeth City Coed 

Wilmington College, William M. Randall, President, Wilmington Coed 

Public Institutions — Negro 

SENIOR COLLEGES: 

Agricultural and Technical College, Greensboro Coed 

L. C. Dowdy, Acting President; Calvin R. Stevenson, Profes-sor of Education 
North Carolina College, Durham Coed 

Alfonso Elder, President; George Thomas Kyle, Dean, School of Education 

Elizabeth City State Teachers College, Walter N. Ridley, President, Elizabeth City Coed 

Fayetteville State Teachers College, Rudolph Jones, President, Fayetteville Coed 

Winston-Salem Teachers College, Kenneth R. Williams, President, Winston-Salem. .. .Coed 

JUNIOR COLLEGES:* 

Mecklenburg College, James F. Alexander, Administrator, Charlotte Coed 

Wilmington College (Williston Unit), William M. Randall, President, Wilmington .... Coed 

Public Institutions — Indian and White 

SENIOR COLLEGE: 

Pembroke State College, English Jones, President, Pembroke Coed 



tCoed on Junior level and in professional schools. 
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Non-Public Institutions — White 

SENIOR COLLEGES: 

Atlantic Christian College, Wilson Coed 

Arthur D. Wenger, President; Millard P. Burt, Professor of Education 
Belmont Abbey College, Belmont Men 

Very Rev. John A. Oetgen, President; The Rev. Paul Milde, Professor of Education 
Campbell College, Buie's Creek Coed 

Leslie H. Campbell, President; Frank E. Weyer, Professor of Education 
Catawba College, Salisbury Coed 

A. R. Keppel, President; J. Leon Coulter, Professor of Education 
Davidson College, Davidson Men 

David Grier Martin, President; William Wade Burley, Professor of Education 
Duke University, Durham Coed 

Dr. Deryl Hart, President; William H. Cartwright, Professor of Education 
Elon College, Elon College Coed 

J. Earl Danieley, President; Arnold Strauch, Professor of Education 
Greensboro College, Greensboro Coed 

Harold H. Hutson, President; H. T. Bawden, Professor of Education 
Guilford College, Guilford College Coed 

Clyde A. Milner, President; Harold M. Bailey, Professor of Education 
High Point College, High Point Coed 

Wendell M. Patton, President; Dennis H. Cooke, Professor of Education 
Lenoir Rhyne College, Hickory Coed 

Voight Rhodes Cromer, President; G. R. Patterson, Professor of Education 
Meredith College, Raleigh Women 

Carlyle Campbell, President; D. R. Reveley, Professor of Education 
Methodist College, The Fayetteville Coed 

L. Stacy Weaver, President; S. R. Edwards, Acting Dean 
North Carolina Wesleyan College, Rocky Mount Coed 

Thomas A. Collins, President; Jack W. Moore, Dean 
Pf eiflfer College, Misenheimer Coed 

J. Lem Stokes, II, President; Lloyd Gray Lowder, Professor of Education 
Queens College, Charlotte Women 

Edwin Rathven Walker, President; Raymond L. Klein, Professor of Education 
Salem College Winston-Salem Women 

Dale H. Gramley, President; Elizabeth Welch, Professor of Education 
St. Andrews Presbyterian College, Laurinburg Coed 

Ansley C. Moore, President; John P. Daughtrey, Professor of Education 
Wake Forest College, Winston-Salem Coed 

Harold W. Tribble, President; J. L. Memory, Jr., Professor of Education 

JUNIOR COLLEGES: 

Brevard College, Emmett T. McLarty, President, Brevard Coed 

Chowan College, Bruce E. Whitaker, President, Murfreesboro Coed 

fEdwards Military Institute, Coordinate with Pineland College, 

W. J. Chandler, President, Salemburg Men and Women 

Gardner-Webb Junior College, E. Eugene Poston, President, Boiling Springs Coed 

Lees-McRae College, Max C. Chapman, President, Banner Elk Coed 

Louisburg College, Cecil W. Robbins, President, Louisburg Coed 

Mars Hill College, Hoyt Blackwell, President, Mars Hill Coed 

Mitchell College, John Montgomery, President, Statesville Coed 

Montreat-Anderson College, C. Grier Davis, President, Montreat Coed 

Mount Olive Junior College, W. Burkette Raper, President, Mount Olive Coed 

Oak Ridge Military Institute, T. O. Wright, Superintendent, Oak Ridge Men 

Peace College, W. C. Pressly, President, Raleigh Women 

Sacred Heart Junior College, Sister Mary Stephen, President, Belmont Women 

St. Mary's Junior College, Richard G. Stone, President, Raleigh Women 

Warren Wilson College, Arthur A. Bannerman, Swannanoa Coed 

Wingate Junior College, Budd E. Smith, President, Wingate Coed 

THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY: 

Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Wake Forest Men 

Rev. L. S. Stealey, President 

BIBLE SCHOOLS: 

tJohn Wesley Bible School and College, Greensboro Coed 

Ralph H. Dodson, President 
Piedmont Bible Schools, Inc., Winston-Salem Coed 

Charles H. Stevens, President 
tSouthern Pilgrim College, Kernersville Coed 

W. K. Phipps, President 

Non-Public Institutions — Negro 

SENIOR COLLEGES: 

Barber-Scotia College, Concord Coed 

L. S. Cozart, President; William J. Gordan, Professor of Education 
Bennett College for Women, Greensboro Women 

Willa B. Player, President; Chauncey G. Winston, Professor of Education 
Johnson C. Smith University, Charlotte Coed 

Rufus Patterson Perry, President: Lloyd H. Davis, Professor of Education 

James A. Boyer, President; G. L. West, Professor of Education 



tNot accredited. 



Institutions of Higher Learning 



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Livingstone College, Salisbury Coed 

S. E. Duncan, President; J. C. Simpson, Professor of Education 
Shaw University, Raleigh Coed 

Nelson H. Harris, Acting President; Nelson H. Harris, Professor of Education 
St. Augustine's College, Raleigh Coed 

COLLEGES WHICH MAINTAIN A DEPARTMENT OF 
SECONDARY SCHOOLS 

SENIOR COLLEGES; 

Guilford College, Guilford College, Greensboro Branch of Guilford College Coed 

Dr. G. E. Love, Director, Greensboro 
Salem College, Winston-Salem, Salem Academy, Winston-Salem Women 

JUNIOR COLLEGES: 

Edwards Military Institute, Coordinate with Pineland College Men and Women 

Robert B. Isner, President, Salemburg 

Oak Ridge Military Institute, T. O. Wright, Superintendent, Oak Ridge Men 

Peace College, W. C. Pressly, President, Raleigh Women 

St. Mary's Junior College, Richard G. Stone, President, Raleigh Women 

SUMMER SCHOOLS AND DIRECTORS 

White 

Appalachian State Teachers College James E. Stone, Boone 

Atlantic Christian College Millard P. Burt, Wilson 

Catawba College A. R. Keppel, Salisbury 

Davidson College David Grier Martin, Davidson 

Duke University Olan L. Petty, Durham 

East Carolina College Edward J. Carter, Greenville 

Elon College A. L. Hook, Elon College 

Guilford College Clyde A. Milner, Guilford College 

High Point College Dennis H. Cooke, High Point 

Lenoir Rhyne College G. R. Patterson, Hickory 

Meredith College Carlyle Campbell, Raleigh 

Queens College David B. Pugh, Charlotte 

State College of Agriculture and Engineering, University of N. C. . . Jack Suberman, Raleigh 

University of North Carolina Arnold K. King, Chapel Hill 

Wake Forest College Percival Perry, Box 7293, Reynolda Sta., Winston-Salem 

Western Carolina College W. B. HarriU, CuUowhee 

Woman's College of the University of N. C Kenneth E. Howe, Greensboro 

Negro 

Agricultural and Technical College Calvin R. Stevenson, Greensboro 

Elizabeth City State Teachers College Charles Lyons, Elizabeth City 

FayettevjUe State Teachers College Lafayette Parker, Fayetteville 

Johnson C. Smith University Winson K. Coleman, Charlotte 

Livingstone College E. L. Hill, Salisbury 

North Carolina College at Durham J. H. Taylor, Durham 

Shaw University N. H. Harris, Raleigh 

St. Augustine's College Igal E. Spraggins, Raleigh 

Winston-Salem Teachers College Kenneth R. Williams, Winston-Salem 



COUNTY DIRECTORS OF PUBLIC WELFARE 

Note — Where no special attendance officer is employed, the director of public welfare is 
charged with the responsibility of enforcing the compulsory attendance law. 



County 



Director and Address County 



Alamance — Gerald J. Anderson, Graham 
Alexander — Luther Dyson, Taylorsville 
Alleghany — Mrs. Rodney F. Busic, Sparta 
Anson — Mrs. Nancy S. Leavitt, Acting, 

Wadesboro 
Ashe — Frances Tucker, Jefferson 
Avery — Mrs. Mary K. Fulton, Newland 
Beaufort — R. A. Phillips, Washington 
Bertie — Mrs. Norma P. Smith, Windsor 
Bladen — Mrs. Bessie R. Lyon, Elizabethtown 
Brunswick — Mrs. Emma "Tatum, Southport 
Buncombe — Mrs. Margaret H. Coman, 

Asheville 
Burke — James A. Blakley, Morganton 
Cabarrus — E. Farrell White, Concord 
Caldwell — Joseph R. Eller, Lenoir 
Camden — James P. Clark, Camden 
Carteret — Georgie P. Hughes, Beaufort 



Director and Address 



Caswell — Daylon T. Greene, Acting, 

Yanceyville 
Catawba — Villard C. Blevins, Newton 
Chatham — Mrs. C. K. Strowd, Pittsboro 
Cherokee — Mrs. Johnsie R. Nunn, Murphy 
Chowan — Mrs. Carolyn C. McMullan, 

Edenton 
Clay — Alvin L. Penland, Hayesville 
Cleveland — Benjamin R. Carpenter, Shelby 
Columbus — Mrs. Alice S. Wright, Whiteville 
Craven — Constance F. S. Rabin, New Bern 
Cumberland — E. L. Hauser, Fayetteville 
Currituck — Mrs. Pearl J. Hastings, Currituck 
Dare — Mrs. Goldie H. Meekins, Manteo 
Davidson — Doris Gertrude Lopp, Lexington 
Davie — Mrs. Leona Graham Smoot, Mocks- 

ville 
Duplin — Mrs. Thelma D. Taylor — Kenansville 



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Durham — Howard M. Williams, Durham 
Edgecombe — Mrs. Claudia Edwards, Tarboro 
Forsyth — John T. McDowell, Winston-Salem 
Franklin, Mrs. Mary E. York, Acting, 

Louisburg 
Gaston — Joseph F. B. McCauley, Gastonia 
Gates — Mrs. Clarine G. Carter, Gatesville 
Graham — Mrs. Christine H. Corpening, 

Robbinsville 
Granville— William W. Mullen, Oxford 
Greene — Rachel Payne Sugg, Snow Hill 
Guilford — L. M. Thompson, Greensboro 
Halifax, Mrs. Frances J. Butler, Acting, 

Halifax 
Harnett, Lela Moore Hall, Lillington 
Haywood, Mrs. Sam L. Queen, Waynesville 
Henderson, Mrs. Jamie Purcell, Henderson- 

ville 
Hertford — Margaret Newbern, Winton 
Hoke— Mrs. C. H. Giles, Raeford 
Hyde — William A. Miller, Swan Quarter 
Iredell — Mrs. Edith Bryson Franklin, 

Statesville 
Jackson — G. C. Henson, Sylva 
Johnston — Mrs. Lulu Atkinson JoUiff, 

Smithfield 
Jones, Mrs. Zeta G. Burt, Trenton 
Lee — Mrs. Laura B. Rosser, Sanford 
Lenoir — A. William Safriet, Kinston 
Lincoln — Mrs. Rose W. Grigg, Lincolnton 
Macon — Mrs. Dorothy R. Crawford, Franklin 
Madison — Mrs. Frances G. Ramsey, Marshall 
Martin — Mary W. Taylor, Williamston 
McDowell — Mrs. Ann Hawkins, Marion 
Mecklenburg — Wallace H. Kuralt, Charlotte 
Mitchell — Rayburn Yelton, Bakersville 
Montgomery — Frank M. Ledbetter, Troy 
Moore— Mrs. Walter B. Cole, Carthage 
Nash — James A. Glover, Nashville 
New Hanover — Mrs. Jean P. Fitzgerald, 

Acting, Wilmington 
Northampton — Mrs. J. W. Brown, Jackson 
Onslow — Edward C. Sexton, Jacksonville 



Orange — James A. Wight, Hillsboro 
Pamlico— Willie Sutton, Bayboro 
Pasquotank — Mrs. Emma J. Edwards, 

Elizabeth City 
Pender — H. B. Thomas, Burgaw 
Perquimans — C. Edgar White, Hertford 
Person — Margaret A. Brite, Roxboro 
Pitt — Junius S. Grimes, III, Greenville 
Polk — C. Howard Baucom, Columbus 
Randolph, Mrs. Carolyn L. Beane, Acting, 

Asheboro 
Richmond — Brent P. Yount, Rockingham 
Robeson — Mrs. Mary M. Vitou, Acting, 

Lumberton 
Rockingham — Elizabeth Barksdale, Acting, 

Reidsville 
Rowan — Mrs. Paul W. Donnelly, Salisbury 
Rutherford — Mrs. John M. Doggett, 

Rutherfordton 
Sampson — Mrs. Margaret Gunter, Clinton 
Scotland — Malcolm McRae, Laurinburg 
Stanly — Mrs. Mary Frances McDaniel, 

Albemarle 
Stokes — Curlee Joyce, Danbury 
Surry — Sherley Blackburn, Dobson 
Swain — Leroy English, Bryson City 
Transylvania — Mrs. Edith G. Jenkins, 

Brevard 
Tyrrell — William E. Baleman, Acting, 

Columbia 
Union — Mrs. George S. Lee, Monroe 
Vance — Betsy Rose Jones. Henderson 
Wake— Mrs. Josephine W. Kirk, Raleigh 
Warren — Julian W. Farrar, Warrenton 
Washington — Mrs. Ursula B. Spruill, 

Plymouth 
Watauga — Dave P. Mast, Boone 
Wavne — Floyd R. Evans, Goldsboro 
Wilkes — Charles C. McNeill, Wilkesboro 
Wilson — M. G. Fulghum, Wilson 
Yadkin — Joe Carroll Matthews, Yadkinville 
Yancey — L. G. Deyton, Bumsville 



CHARITABLE, CORRECTIONAL AND MENTAL 
INSTITUTIONS, AND INSTITUTIONS FOR ALCOHOLICS 

Public 
Name Superintendent 

Broughton Hospital — Dr. John S. McKee, Jr., Morganton 

Caswell School — Dr. Frank Badrock, Kinston 

Central Sanatorium — Dr. W. H. Gentry, Medical Director, McCain 

Cherry Hospital — Dr. M. M. Vitols, Goldsboro 

Confederate Woman's Home — Mrs. E. H. Hughes, Fayetteville 

Dorothea Dix Hospital — Dr. Walter A. Sikes, Raleigh 

Eastern Carolina Training School for Boys — Wm. D. Clark, Rocky Mount 

Eastern Sanatorium — Dr. H. F. Eason, Medical Director, Wilson 

Gravely Sanatorium — Dr. H. S. Willis, Medical Director, Chapel HiU 

John Umstead Hospital — Dr. James L. Cathell, Butner 

Leonard Training School — William R. Windley, McCain 

Morrison Training School for Negro Boys — H. W. Parker, Hoffman 

Murdoch School — Dr. James F. Elliott, Butner 

North Carolina Orthopedic Hospital — Dr. W. M. Roberts, Surgeon in Chief, Gastonia 

O'Berry School — Dr. Vernon Mangum, Goldsboro 

State Home and Industrial School for Girls — Miss Reva Mitchell, Eagle Springs 

State Prisons — George W. Randall, Director, Raleigh 

State Training School for Negro Girls (Dobbs Farm) — Miss Mae D. Holmes, Kinston 

Stonewall Jackson Manual Training and Industrial School — J. Frank Scott, Concord 

Western Sanatorium — Dr. C. D. Thomas, Medical Director, Black Mountain 

Non-Public 

Appalachian Hall — Dr. W. Ray Griffin, Jr., Asheville 

Clearview Sanatorium — Dr. Herbert Hadley, Medical Director, Ayden 

Damascus Home for Men — Claud Best, Snow Camp 

Damascus Home for Women — Mrs. N. N. Fleming, Snow Camp 

Elmwood Sanatorium, Inc. — Dr. E. Eugene Neeland, Medical Director, Elm City 

Friendship House, Inc. — Mrs. Charles L. James, Manager, Winston-Salem 

Glenwood Park Sanitarium — Dr. R. M. Buie, Medical Director, Greensboro 

Grace Home, Inc. — Virginia R. Witt, Manager, Boone 

Green Terrace — John Robertson, Manager, Kittrell 

Hebron Colony of Mercy — Rev. Harold Kattman, Boone 

Highland Hospital — Dr. Charman Carroll, Medical Director, Asheville 



Child-Caring Institutions ■ 21 

High Point House of Prayer — Blair Reed, High Point 

Keeley Institute — Mrs. M. E. Clark, Bus. Mgr., Greensboro ' 

Pinebluff Sanitarium — Dr. Malcolm D. Kemp, Pinebluflf 

The Bethel Colony of Mercy, Inc. — Dr. James N. Claffee, Lenoir 

The Good Shepherd Home and Clinic, Inc. — Rev. E. V. Dunn, Lake Waccamaw 

Wilmith — Robert Cable, Charlotte 

CHILD-CARING INSTITUTIONS 

"^■"^ Superintendent 

Alexander Home... John W. Baughman, Charlotte 

Alexander Schools, Inc John W. Vogler, Union Mills 

Appalachian School. •••■■■ Kev. P. W. Lambert, Jr.. Penland 

Baptist Children s Homes of N. C, Inc Dr. W. R. Wagoner, Thomasville 

Mills Home Vernon Sparrow, Thomasville 

Kennedy Home W. A. Smith, Kinston 

Odum Home. :••■■: Chesley Hammond, Pembroke 

Banuni Springs Home for Children Rev. A. B. McClure, Barium Springs 

Boys Home of North Carolina, Inc R. N. McCray, Lake Waccamaw 

Catholic Orphanage of N. C. Inc Father Raymond J. Donohue, Raleigh 

The Children s Home, Inc.. . . M. T. Lambeth, Winston-Salem 

Church of God Orphans' & Children's Home of N. C, Inc... Rev. L. O. Henry, Kannapolis 

Colored Orphanage of N. C Rev. T. H. Brooks, Oxford 

Congregational Christian Home for Children Rev. W. W. Snyder, Elon CoUege 

The Ehada Home for Children A. D. Cameron, AsheviUe 

p^ii° WMi n '■^'^ \ ?kT/- •Va ^v- Raymond M. Pope, Falcon 

Free Will Baptist Children's Home Rev. M. L. Johnson, Middlesex 

?'■?," °;Ef ther Home for Children Miss Anne Bryan, Banner Elk 

f„i:* r, J J?if',j' • • ; • -iV C. D. Oates, Goldsboro 

Junior Order Children's Home Robert Bruton, Lexington 

m!!^ ^'H In'l'^^^"^ School, Inc W. L. Peay. Winston-Salem 

Methodist Home for Children Rev. Worth Lineberger. Raleigh 

Nazareth Children's Home Charles Beidler, Rockwell 

Sf/°^^ Orphanage.. A. D. Leon Gray, Oxford 

pI^k + • <^^'"if tian Home, Inc W. E. Hollingsworth, Pittsboro 

Presbyterian Home for Children D. C. McKenzie, Black Mountain 

^^^^J{ ^°"/-^- T- D. W. Huggins, Clayton 

%^% ^T^^^^l^- ^T^l'-M" J°hn G. Odom, Conover 

Thn™r,^°" n"' K ^''^*'*''*^ W. R. Williams, Nebo 

WrThl S-f?'"^ *°"^* M. D. Whisnant, Charlotte 

Wright Refuge Mrs. Margie Wethington, Durham 

LICENSED DAY NURSERIES 

ALAMANCE 

TeTdv%«ii."v^'*''' ^m'^"^ ^"^t^ Manuel Taylor, Dir., 805 S. Broad St.. Burlington 
BUNCOMBE ^"'^^'^' **"• ^- J- ^«^' ^''- 328 Holt St., Burlington 

AsheviUe Day Nursery, Mrs. Frank Salley, Dir., 134 Montford Dr., AsheviUe 

HaU 8 Nursery. Mrs. S. H. Hall, Dir., 183 Woodfin St., AsheviUe 

Happy Day Play School, Mrs. E. B. Ray, Dir., 9 Pearson Dr., AsheviUe 

Mrs. P. W. Henry, 82 Blue Ridge Ave.. AsheviUe 

^^AsheviUe"'" ^*"<^'<=^PP«<' Children, Mrs. Rebecca Johnson, Dir., Orthopedic Hospital, 

WnlJi""?. ^*y Nursery, Mrs. Dorothy McMahan, Dir.. 112 Westgate Parkway. AsheviUe 
wfl^f % n^ Nursery, Mrs. Herbert Wallace, Dir., 252 Hillside St., AsheviU^ 

CALDWELL Brank, Dir., Box 403, WeaverviUe 

Joyceton Day Nursery, Mrs. Carl Oliver, Dir.. Route 4. Box A-576. Lenoir 

CATAWBA N""^'^' Mi^- R- L. Presnell. Dir.. 216 Vance St., Lenoir 

Busy Bee Day Nursery (N). Mrs. Margie Suddreth, Dir., 504 1st St.. S.E.. Hickory 
Happy Day Nursery, Mrs. Annie V. Brady, Dir., 273 2nd Ave., Hickory 
Hickory Day Nursery and Kindergarten, Mrs. Alice Triplett, Dir., 538 2nd St. N W 
Hickory ,*...., 

Punch & Judy Day Nursery, Mrs. Paul Crump. Dir., Box 572, Newton 
Ridgeyiew Day Nursery (N), Mrs. Ruth Adams, Dir., Center St., Hickory 
CHATHAM ^^* Nursery, Mrs. Ralph Robinson, Dir., 116 4th St.. S. E.. Hickory 

CRAVEn''°°^ ^^^°^ Nursery. Mrs. Warren Barrett, Dir., Route 1, Box 353. Chapel Hill 

r.TT»fi*i^'^T^\'ji^ ^'^^ Nursery. Mrs. Pearl Fulford. Dir.. Box 212. New Bern 

^^^'l Kindergarten & Day Nursery. Mrs. Neil P. Guy, Dir., 3232 Pinewood Dr. 
FayetteviUe ' 

Davidson"* Nursery, Mrs. W. H. CoUins, Dir., 715 Greenland Dr., FayetteviUe 

JoUitime Day Nursery, Mrs. Sara Sink & Mrs. E. C. Young, Dirs.. 422 N Salem St 
Lexington 
.^5*'iy Jane Nursery. Mrs. S. H. Clark. Dir.. 224 Fairview Dr.. Lexington 

MocksviUe Day Nursery, Mrs. H. E. Partin, Dir., 908 Hardison St., MocksviUe 



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DURHAM 

Bragtown Day Nursery No. 1, Mrs. Leon M. Jones, Dir., 2306 Roxboro Rd., Durham 
Bragtown Day Nursery No. 2, Mrs. Leon M. Jones, Dir., 2105 Roxboro Rd., Durham 
Carlton's Day Nursery, Mrs. Ruth Carlton, Dir., 1209 Camden Ave., Durham 
College View Day Nursery (N), Mrs. Virginia W. Alston, Dir., 810 Plum St., Durham 
Durham Nursery School Assn., Mrs. F. A. G. Cowp^r, Dir., 605 N. Hyde Park Ave., 

Durham 
Faith Baptist Church Nursery, Mrs. Donald Cooper, Dir., Box 65-B, Route 6, Durham 
Mrs. H. O. Fovsrler, 2906 Broad St., Durham 
Greystone Baptist Church Day Nursery, Mrs. Christine O. Brown, Dir., 2601 Hillsboro 

Rd., Durham 
Hamilton Day Nursery, Mrs. Richard Hamilton, Dir., 1151 Raynor Ave., Durham 
Happy Day Nursery, Mrs. Eva Parrish, Dir., 802 Burch Ave., Durham 
Jack & Jill Nursery, Mrs. Jessie Childers, Dir., 2012 Ashe St., Durham 
Ladd's Nursery, Mrs. C. E. Ladd, Dir., 101 Spring Rd., Durham 
Mary O. Cowper Child Care Center, Mrs. F. A. G. Cowper. Dir., 2211 Pratt St., 

Durham 
St. Joseph's Day Nursery (N), Mrs. J. C. Scarborough, Dir., 804 Fayetteville St., 

Durham 
The Scarborough Nursery School, Inc. (N), Mrs. J. C. Scarborough, Dir., 525 Proctor 

St., Durham 
Springer Day Nursery (N), Mrs. James Springer, Dir., 1111 Drew St.. Durham 
Tiny Tot Day Nursery, Mrs. Joe K. Gunter, Dir., 303 E. Trinity Ave., Durham 
Triangle Play School, Mrs. W. C. May, Dir., 4208 S. Alston Ave., Durham 
Mrs. H. C. Wallace, 2618 Hillsboro Rd., Durham 
FORSYTH 

Friendship Day Nursery (N), 1325 N. Cherry St., Winston-Salem 

Goler Day Nursery (N), 1435 E. 4th St., Winston-Salem 

Mt. Zion Day Nursery (N), 618 E. 9th St., Winston-Salem 

Bethlehem Center (N), Mrs. Earl T. Wooten, Dir., 408 Hickory St., Winston-Salem 

First Baptist Church Kindergarten & Day Care Center (N), Mrs. Ernestine Cathcart, 

Dir., 7th St. & Highland Ave., Winston-Salem 
Hansel & Gretal Day Nursery (N), Mrs. Wyvetra S. Carter, Dir., 811 Smith St., 

Winston-Salem 
Mrs. T. C. Hartle, 1029 Miller St., Winston-Salem 

Konnoak Hill Day Nursery, Mrs. Velna G. Garwood, Dir., 3257 Stockton St., Winston- 
Salem 
Peter Pan Day Nursery & Kindergarten (N), Mrs. Lottie Herndon, Dir., 1309 E. 

3rd St., Winston-Salem 
Salem Baptist Church Day Nursery, Mr. Ray Harvey, Prin., 429 S. Broad St., Winston- 
Salem 
Southside Baptist Church Day Nursery, Mrs. Hazel B. Kapp, Dir., 401 E. Sprague St., 

Winston-Salem 
Sunnyside Day Nursery & Kindergarten, Mrs. Helen Gossett, Dir., 2904 S. Main St., 

Winston-Salem 
Waughtown Baptist Church Kindergarten & Day Care Center, Mrs. Melba Hicks, Dir., 

1538 Waughtown St., Winston-Salem 
GASTON 

Community Kindergarten, Inc. (N), Mrs. Myrtle Hoffman, Dir., 501 W. Davidson St., 

Gastonia 
Gaston County Y.M.C.A. Day Nursery, Mrs. Irete B. Early, Dir., P. O. Box 587, 

Gastonia 
Jack & Jill Day Care, Mrs. Ruby Mellon, Dir., 154 E. Glendale Ave., Mt. Holly 
Tiny Tot Day Nursery, Mrs. J. M. Wiggins, Dir., 301 Rankin Lake Rd., Gastonia 
Tuckaseege Baptist Church Day Nursery, Mrs. Willie Allison, Dir., 511 Tuckaseege 

Rd., Mt. Holly 
GUILFORD 

Busy Day Nursery & Kindergarten, Mrs. Eva Hodgin, Dir., 2213 Valley Park Dr., 

Greensboro 
Eddie & Donnie's Play School, Mrs. G. L. York, Dir., 2811 Holmes Rd., Greensboro 
Glenwood Day Nursery, Mrs. M. A. Evans, Dir., 1018-1020 Portland St., Greensboro 
Hansel & Gretal Day Nursery, Mrs. J. B. Kincaid, Dir., 1204 Madison Ave., Greensboro 
Happy Valley Day Nursery, Mrs. V. B. Hennessee, Dir., 304 S. Aycock St., Greensboro 
Mrs. James Harris, 1512 Pinecroft Rd., Greensboro 

Metropolitan Day Nursery (N), Mrs. Mattie Eccles, Dir., 1305 Julian St., Greensboro 
Providence Baptist Church Day Nursery (N), Mr. Lorenzo Lynch, Pastor, 125 S. 

Dudley St., Greensboro 
St. Matthews Kindergarten & Day Care Center (N), Mrs. D. B. McLeod, Dir., 2307 

Arbor Dr., Greensboro 
Skipper's Nursery, Mrs. Virginia M. Poplin, Dir., 3210 N. Hayden St., Greensboro 
Mrs. Milton VonCannon, 2903 Lawndale Dr., Greensboro 
IREDELL 

Lynn Dale Day Nursery, Mrs. Thomas Hill, Dir., 227 Armfield St., Statesville 
Mooresville Day Nursery, Mrs. C. L. Combs, Dir., 259 S. Academy St., Mooresville 
LINCOLN 

Happy Day Nursery, Mrs. Fred Walden, Dir., 603 Battleground Rd., Lincolnton 
Mrs. Emma Wardlaw, 411 E. Rhodes St., Lincolnton 
MECKLENBURG 

Amity Day Nursery, Mrs. T. Floyd Helms, Dir., 2727 Sharon-Amity Rd., Charlotte 

Ann's Day Nursery, Mrs. Clarence Dees, Dir., 4300 Freedom Dr., Charlotte 

Bobba Louie Nursery, Mrs. Bobbie Haas, Dir., 5300 Park Rd., Charlotte 

Brooklyn Day Nursery (N), Mrs. Gertrude Parler, Dir., 400 S. Davidson St., Charlotte 

Brooks Day Nursery, Mrs. EUie L. Brooks, Dir., 508 Briarwood Dr., Charlotte 

Callie's Day Nursery (N), Mrs. Ressie Horsey, Dir., 806 Spring St., Charlotte 

Mrs. P. C. Carpenter, 2924 Parkway Ave., Charlotte 

Charlotte Day Nursery, Mrs. Leona K. Williams, Dir., 400 W. 10th St., Charlotte 



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Charlotte Negro Day Nursery, Mrs. Leona K. WiUiams, Dir., 515 S. McDowell St., 

Charlotte 
Child Care of the First Presbyterian Church, Miss Eva Harris, Dir., 200 Trade St. 
Charlotte ' 

Dilworth Nursery, Mrs. George Canipe, Dir., 410 E. Park Ave., Charlotte 
Double Oaks Day Nursery (N), Miss Vernelle Gant, Dir., Double Oaks Housing Project, 

Charlotte 
Eastwood Day Nursery, Mrs. Joyce Sipes, Dir.. 2321 Finchley Dr., Charlotte 
Fairyland Day Nursery (N), Mrs. Lucille Witherspoon, Dir., S21 Beattie's Ford Rd., 

Charlotte 
Flo's Kindergarten & Nursery, Mrs. Florence Headen, Dir., 3510 Commonwealth Ave.. 

Charlotte 
Galliher Day Nursery, Mrs. Andrew Galliher, Dir., 1723 Mecklenburg Ave., Charlotte 
Glenwood Day Nursery, Mrs. Ella Forbis, Dir., 1019 Ambassador St., Charlotte 
Greene Street Day Nursery, Mrs. Charles Patterson, Dir., 1941 Garibaldi St., Charlotte 
Mrs. Wiley Haas, 309 W. Kingston Ave., Charlotte 

Happy Kiddies Day Nursery, Mrs. I. R. Windham. Dir., 5417 Lantana Ave., Charlotte 
Happy Time Play School, Mrs. C. T. Sturdivant, Dir., 2127 Millerton Ave., Charlotte 
Mrs. Wilton L. Hipp, 6300 Shoreline Dr., Charlotte 
Mrs. C. W. Ivey, 2301 Markham Court, Charlotte 

Jack & Jill Day Nursery, Mrs. Louise L. Pearman, Dir., 815 N. Tryon St., Charlotte 
Kiddie Korner. Mrs. Lee Eagle, Dir., 2241 Commonwealth Ave., Charlotte 
Kiddieland Day Nursery, Mrs. Ray Foster, Dir., 220 Lambert Dr.. Charlotte 
Lincoln Heights Nursery & Kindergarten (N), Mrs. Julia P. Harshaw, Dir., 2225 

Augusta St., Charlotte 
Madison Park Day Nursery, Mrs. R. E. Burnette, Dir., 1627 Montford Dr., Charlotte 
The Park Day Nursery, Mrs. W. R. Kiker & Mrs. S. M. Faulk, Dirs., 2229 Chesterfield 

Ave.. Charlotte 
Plaza Hills Day Nursery, Mrs. H. E. Burchfield, Dir., 2819 Attaberry Dr., Charlotte 
Rolhngwood Day Nursery, Mrs. J. D. Hartley, Dir., 3946 Fieldcrest Dr., Charlotte 
Sardis Day Nursery. Mrs. Jack Witmore, Dir., Route 1. Box 85, Matthews 
Shady Oaks Day Nursery, Mrs. J. Clyde White, Dir.. 1521 Mimosa Ave., Charlotte 
South Tryon Presbyterian Day Nursery (N), Mrs. Mary B. Hunt, Dir., 2516 S. Tryon 

St., Charlotte 
Sunshine Day Nursery, Mrs. James N. Grant. Dir.. 701 Jackson Ave., Charlotte 
Thomasboro Presbyterian Day Nursery, Mrs. George M. McCall & Mrs. John H. Bing- 
ham, Jr., Dirs.. Ill Bradford Dr.. Charlotte 
Wilmore Nursery School. Mrs. Elizabeth R. Castles. Dir.. 1605 Wilmore Dr., Charlotte 
Woodvale Nursery, Mrs. W. W. Holmes, Dir., 400 Woodvale Place, Charlotte 
NEW HANOVER 

Brooklyn Day Nursery (N), Miss Ethel Bernard. Dir., Community Bldg., Taylor 

Homes, Wilmington 
Chestnut Heights Day Nursery. Mrs. C. C. Reynolds. Dir.. 2901 Chestnut St.. Wilmington 
Lake Forest Day Nursery. Mrs. K. E. Price, Dir., Lake Forest Housing Project, 

Wilmington 
Mrs. J. B. McKoy, 2904 Monroe St., Wilmington 

Morningside Day Nursery. Mrs. J. T. Floyd, Dir.. 26 Morningside Dr.. Wilmington 
Turner's Nursery, Mrs. John N. Turner, Dir., Route 1, Box 222, Wilmington 
ORANGE 

Baptist Kindergarten & Day Nursery, Mrs. John Jones, Dir., Baptist Church. Chapel Hill 
Chapel Hill Cooperative Pre-School (White & Negro), Mrs. Virginia Tolliver Dir 

Purefoy Rd., Chapel Hill 
Day Care House, Mrs. Fred B. Thompson. Dir.. 16 Rogerson Dr.. Chapel Hill 
Ding Dong Nursery, Mrs. Joyce Ward & Mrs. Doris Pilarski, Dirs., Highway 54, 

Carrboro 
Harold M. Holmes Day Nursery (N), Mrs. Hubert Robinson, Dir., 216 Roberson 

St.. Chapel Hill 
Hill Top Nursery. Mrs. Larry Carroll, Dir.. 312 McCauley St., Chapel Hill 
Noble's Day Nursery, Mrs. Dale F. Noble, Dir., Severin St.. Chapel Hill 
Tiny Tim Day Nursery, Mrs. Nancy C. Thompson. Dir.. Box 176. Chapel Hill 
Victory Village Day Care Center, Mrs. Cordelia McLees, Dir., Victory Village 
Chapel Hill 
PASQUOTANK 

Kiddie-Korner Day Care Center, Mrs. Ruby Van Wyck, Dir., 422 W. Main St 
Elizabeth City 
RANDOLPH 

Asheboro Day Nursery, Mrs. Frances Poe, Dir., 134 N. Elm St.. Asheboro 
T,T^TT?i^\'?^ Methodist Day School. Miss Pearl Pentacost, Dir.. 114 Frances Dr.. Asheboro 
RICHMOND 

Margaret^ Day Nursery. Mrs. Ben Allen. Dir.. 401 Steele St.. Rockingham 
•cr^J^rifA%?..f^ Nursery. Mrs. J. L. Davenport, Dir., 526 Spring St., Hamlet 
KUCKINGHAM 

Church of Christ Day Nursery, Mrs. Cabell Davis, Dir.. 206 Carter St.. Reidsville 
T^^„r."^P*y Dumpty Day Nursery. Mrs. Rilla Yates, Dir., Jackson St., Mayodan 
ROWAN 

Children's Center, Inc., Mrs. James Fowler, Dir., 805 Mable St.. Kannapolis 
Jack & Jill Day Nursery. Mrs. Elizabeth Kesler. Dir.. 917 Holmes St., Salisbury 
„^.J^}i^ Day Nursery, Mrs. C. R. Burrell, Dir.. 1515 S. Main St., Salisbury 
RUTHERFORD 

of^r>Swx?i?'"*'^'® ^^'^ Nursery (N), Mrs. Rhoda Waddell, Dir.. 909 Carver St.. Spindale 

Waverly Day Nursery, Mrs. O. S. Jones, Dir., Laurinburg 
STANLY 

tt,.ttS?J*'^ Nursery, Mrs. Thurman Holt. Dir., 311 Moss Spring Road, Albemarle 
UNION 

Miss Kizzie Jane Braswell, 1711 Polk St., Monroe 



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Mrs. Hugh Smith, 703 Hayne St., Monroe 

Wilma's Day Nursei-y, Mrs. Wilma Broadway, Dir., 402 E. Park Dr., Monroe 

VANCE 

Jack & Jill Nursery, Mrs. Charles L. Foster, Dir., 309 Yowland Rd., Henderson 
Tiny Tot Day Nursery, Mrs. Reuben G. Ball, Dir., 203 Edgewood Dr., Henderson 

WAKE 

Elmwood Little Child's School, Mrs. J. E. Bridgers, Dir., 1525 Carr St., Raleigh 
Longview Methodist Church Day Nursery, Mrs. Wayne Moore, Dir., 2312 Milbumie 

Rd., Raleigh 
The Raleigh Day Nursery (N), Mrs. Rosia Butler, Dir., Chavis Heights Recreation 

Bldg., Raleigh 
Rosedale Nursei-y, Mrs. Ross E. Shumaker, Dir., 2744 Rosedale Ave., Raleigh 
Ruby Reid Child Care Center, Miss Thelma Arnote, Dir., Southeastern Baptist Semi- 
nary, Wake Forest 
Temple Baptist Church Day Nursery, Mrs. W. A. Keith, Dir., 1417 Clifton St., Raleigh 
Tuttle Community Center (N), Mrs. Mary E. Carnage, Dir., 310 N. Tarboro St., 
Raleigh 

WATAUGA 

Storehouse for Your Jewels, Mrs. Ralph Tugman, Dir., Wilkins St., Boone 

WAYNE 

Sunrise Day Nursery, Mrs. N. L. Gurley, Dir., 1510 E. Ashe St., Goldsboro 
William Street Nursery, Mrs. J. C. Smith, Dir., 403 N. William St., Goldsboro 

YADKIN 

Yadkinville Day Nursery, Mrs. W. P. Taylor, Dir., Yadkinville 

ACCREDITED PROGRAMS IN NURSING 

Practical Nursing Programs 

Name of Program and Hospital Affiliation 

Asheville School of Practical Nursing x,xx St. Joseph's Hospital, Asheville 

Memorial Mission Hospital, Asheville 

Banner Elk School of Practical Nursing xx Cannon Memorial Hospital, Banner Elk 

Charlotte Ind. Education Center x,xx Presbyterian Hospital, Charlotte 

Charlotte Memorial Hospital, Charlotte 
Good Samaritan Hospital, Charlotte 

Dudley High School x L. Richardson Hospital, Greensboro 

Durham Industrial Education Center x,xx Duke University Medical Center, Durham 

Methodist Retirement Homes, Inc., Darham 

Elizabeth City School of Practical Nursing Albemarle Hospital, Elizabeth City 

Fayetteville Ind. Education Center x,xx Cape Fear Valley Hospital, Fayetteville 

Goldsboro School of Practical Nursing Wayne County Memorial Hospital, Goldsboro 

Greensboro School of Practical Nursing Cone Memorial Hospital, Greensboro 

Kenansville-Duplin Co. Practical Nurse Education Program xx 

Duplin General Hospital, Kenansville 
Wayne County Memorial, Goldsboro 

Laurinburg School of Practical Nursing x Scotland Memorial Hospital, Laurinburg 

Roanoke Rapids School of Practical Nursing Roanoke Rapids Hospital, Roanoke Rapids 

Shelby School of Practical Nursing Cleveland Memorial Hospital, Shelby 

Wake Co. Industrial Education Center x,.xx Memorial Hospital of Wake County, Raleigh 

Washington School of Practical Nursing Beaufort County Hospital, Washington 

Watts Hospital Course in Practical Nursing xxx Watts Hospital, Durham 

Waynesville-Haywood Co. Practical Nurse Education Program xx 

Haywood County Hospital, Waynesville 
Winston-Salem School of Practical Nursing xx N. C. Baptist Hospital, Winston-Salem 

Diploma Nursing Programs 

Name of Program Location 

Cabarrus Memorial Hospital A, B, E Concord 

Charlotte Memorial Hospital A, B, D, E, H Charlotte 

City Memorial Hospital C. E Winston-Salem 

Community Hospital A, B, G Wilmington 

Davis Hospital E Statesville 

Gaston Memorial A, B, E Gastonia 

Grace Hospital A, B, D, E, Affiliated with Lenoir Rhyne College Morganton, Hickory 

(Write college for application) 

Hamlet Hospital C, E, F Hamlet 

High Point Memorial Hospital C, E High Point 

Highsmith Memorial Hospital A, B, E Fayetteville 

Lenoir Memorial Hospital C, E Kinston 

Lincoln Hospital A, B. E, G Durham 

Lowrance Hospital E MooresviUe 

Martin Memorial School of Nursing A, C, E Northern Hospital of Surry 

County, Mount Airy 

Memorial Mission Hospital A, B, D, E Asheville 

Mercy Hospital A, B, E Charlotte 

Mountain Sanitarium and Hospital C, E, F Fletcher 

N. C. Baptist Hospital A, B, E, H Winston-Salem 

Park View Hospital C Rocky Mount 

X Admit Negro Students 
XX Require High School Graduation or Equivalent 
XXX Fully Accredited by N. A. P. N. E. S. 



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Presbyterian Hospital B, E Charlotte 

Rex Hospital E Raleigh 

Kate B. Reynolds Memorial Hospital C, G Winston-Salem 

Rowan Memorial Hospital A, C, E Salisbury 

Rutherford Hospital C, E Rutherf ordton 

Southeastern General Hospital A, B, E Lumberton 

James Walker Memorial Hospital A, C, E Wilmington 

Watts Hospital H Durham 

Wilson School of Nursing A, B, C, E Wilson 

Associate Degree Nursing Program 

Woman's College of the University of North Carolina A, B, E Greensboro 

Baccalaureate Degree Nursing Programs 
Name of Program Location 

Agricultural and Technical College A, B, D, E, G Greensboro 

Duke University A, B, D, E, G, H, I Durham 

East Carolina College A, B, D, E, I Greenville 

University of North Carolina A, B, E, F, H, I Chapel Hill 

Winston-Salem Teachers College A, B, E, G Winston-Salem 

A — Admit Married Students 

B — Allow Students to Marry 

C — Allow Students to Marry Last 6 months 

D — Admit Men Students 

E — Scholarships or Loans 

F — Stipends or Reimbursements Paid to Students 

G — Admit Negro Students 

H — Full Accreditation by N.L.N. 

I — Admit Registered Nurses (Diploma Graduates) to Baccalaureate Programs 

SCHOOLS OF X-RAY TECHNOLOGY 

(Approved by American Medical Association) 

Memorial Mission Hospital AsheviUe 

University of North Carolina, North Carolina Memorial Hospital Chapel Hill 

Charlotte Memorial Hospital, Mercy Hospital Charlotte 

Cabarrus Memorial Hospital Concord 

Duke University Medical Center, Watts Hospital Durham 

Moses H. Cone Memorial Hospital Greensboro 

Southeastern General Hospital Lumberton 

Rex Hospital, Wake County Memorial Hospital Raleigh 

Park View Hospital Rocky Mount 

Rowan Memorial Hospital Salisbury 

Johnston Memorial Hospital Smithfield 

North Carolina Baptist Hospital (Bowman Gray School of Medicine), 

City Memorial Hospital, Kate Bitting Reynolds Memorial Hospital Winston-Salem 

INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION CENTERS 

Unit Center, Address and Director 

Asheboro — Randolph Industrial Education Center, 629 Industrial Avenue, Industrial Park, 

Asheboro, Robert E. Carey, Director 
Asheville — -Asheville-Buncombe Industrial Education Center, 340 Victoria Road, AsheviUe, 

Thomas W. Simpson, Director 
Burlington — Burlington-Alamance County Industrial Education Center, 411 Camp Road, 

Burlington, William E. Taylor, Director 
CATAWBA — Catawba County Industrial Education Center, Newton, Robert E. Paap, 

Director 
DAVIDSON — Davidson County Industrial Education Center, P. O. Box 266, Lexington, 

WiUiam T. Sinclair, Director 
Durham — Durham Industrial Education Center, 1637 Lawson Street, Durham, Harold 

K. Collins, Director 
Fayetteville — Fayetteville Industrial Education Center, P. O. Box 5236, Fayetteville, 

John F. Standridge, Director 
Gastonia — Gastonia Industrial Education Center, South York Street at 7th Avenue, 

Gastonia, Walter H. Wray, Director 
Goldsboro — Goldsboro Industrial Education Center, P. O. Box 1259, Goldsboro, Horace 

B. Monroe, Director 

GUILFORD — Guilford Industrial Education Center, P. O. Box 309, Jamestown, Bruce B. 

Roberts, Director 
Leaksville — Leaksville-Rockingham County Industrial Education Center, Stadium Drive, 

Spray, Lucyan Lada, Director 
LEE — Lee County Industrial Education Center, P. O. Box 548, Sanford, William A. Martin, 

Director 
LENOIR— Lenoir County Industrial Education Center, P. O. Box 1296, Kinston, Daniel 

C. Wise. Director 

MECKLENBURG — Central Industrial Education Center. 1141 Elizabeth Avenue, Charlotte 
4, Richard Hagemeyer, Director 



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NEW HANOVER— Wilmington Industrial Education Center, 9 South Thirteenth Street, 

Wilmington, George H. West, Director 
PITT — Pitt County Industrial Education Center, P. O. Box 18. Greenville, Lloyd Spaulding, 

Director 
ROWAN — Rowan County Industrial Education Center, P. O. Box 1348, Salisbury, C. 

Merrill Hamilton, Director 
WAKE — Wake County Industrial Education Center. P. O. Box 6526, Raleigh, Kenneth 

M. Wold, Director 
Wilson — Wilson Industrial Education Center, 902 Herring Avenue, Wilson, Salvatore Del 

Mastro, Director 
Winston-Salem — Winston-Salem-Forsyth County Industrial Education Center. 2100 Link 

Road, Winston-Salem. Ernest Parry. Director 

APPROVED PRIVATE BUSINESS SCHOOLS 

Arnold Business College, 705 West Main Street, Albemarle 

Ashmore Business College, Highway 29-70, Thomasville 

Barnes Business College, 313 East Spruce Street, Goldsboro 

Blanton's Business College, 126 College Street, Asheville 

Brian Business College, 625 South Fayetteville Street, Asheboro 

Bryce Commercial College, 329 North Main Street, High Point 

Burlington Business College, 142 Lexington Avenue, Burlington 

Burton Institute, Inc., 121 West Seventh Street, Charlotte 

Caldwell College of Commerce, 301 South Mulberry Street, Lenoir 

Carolina College of Commerce. 322 Kramer Building. Elizabeth City 

Carolina College of Commerce, 121 North Main Street, Rooky Mount 

Cecil's Business College. Inc.. bSVo Haywood Street. Asheville 

Commercial College of Asheboro. 19 South Fayetteville Street, Asheboro 

Croft Business College, 107 Market Street. Durham 

Grumpier Secretarial School, 1007 East Walnut Street, Goldsboro 

Draughon Business College, 632 West 4th Street, Winston-Salem 

Durham Business College, 404-406 South Mangum Street. Durham 

Elkin Business College. 112 Church Street, Elkin 

Evans Business College, 24 East Depot Street. Concord 

Evans College of Commerce. Main Street. Gastonia 

Fuller's School of Stenography. 125 Williamsboro Street. Oxford 

Greensboro Business College. 35714 North Elm Street. Greensboro 

Greenville School of Commerce. 2410 East Fourth Street, Greenville 

Hardbarger Business College, 2101 North Queen Street, Kinston 

Hardbarger Business College, 428 Fayetteville Street. Raleigh 

Henderson Business College, 223 William Street, Henderson 

Howard Business College, 305 North Lafayette Street, Shelby 

King's College, 322 Lamar Avenue, Charlotte 

King's Business College. 212-A West Gaston Street, Greensboro 

King's Business College, 220 Hillsboro Street, Raleigh 

Lexington College of Business, 5V_. South Main Street, Lexington 

Marion College of Commerce, 29 State Street, Marion 

Miller-Motte Business College, 119 South 4th Street, Wilmington 

Morgan Business College, 1120 West Main Street, Albemarle 

North State Business College, 126% West Commerce Street, High Point 

North State Business College, 111 North Main Street, Kannapolis 

Russell's Commercial School, 1243 North Patterson Avenue, Winston-Salem 

Salisbury Business College, 123 East Innes Street, Salisbury 

Sanford Business College, 107 North Vance Street, Sanford 

Secretarial Training School, 557 Fifth Street, N.W., Hickory 

Selenia Commercial College, 504 North Cedar Street, Lumberton 

Town Classes Secretarial College, 159y2 E. Franklin Street, Chapel Hill 

Winston-Salem Business College, W. 4th & N. Green Streets, Winston-Salem 

Worth Business College, 724 Hay Street, Fayetteville 

APPROVED PRIVATE TRADE SCHOOLS 

Carolina School of Broadcasting, 121 West 7th Street, Charlotte 

Data Systems Center, Inc., 234 South Greene Street, Greensboro 

Dell School of Medical Technology, 66 Haywood Street, Asheville 

National School of Heavy Equipment Operation, Inc., Moore's Chapel Road, Charlotte 

Spencer School of Watchmaking, 504 South Salisbury Avenue, Spencer 

SUMMER CAMPS 

For Boys 

Camp Arrowhead, Tuxedo. J. O. Bell, Jr., Director, Tuxedo, N. C. For boys aged 8-18. 
Capacity 160. Opened 1937. 

Camp Broadstone, Valle Crucis. Owned and operated by Appalachian State Teachers Col- 
lege, Boone, as school-camp. Capacity 200. Opened 1957. 

Camp Carolina, Brevard. Nath Thompson, General Manager. For boys aged 8-16. Capacity 
200. Opened 1923. 

Camp Catawba, Blowing Rock. Dr. Vera R. Lachmann, Director. Winter address: 314 
Second Avenue, New York 3, New York. For boys aged 6-12. Capacity 34. Opened 1943. 



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Camp Cherokee, Reidsville. Owned by Cherokee Council, BSA. C. Lin Adams, Director, 

Box 1079, Reidsville, N. C. For boys aged 11 up. Capacity 80. Opened 1925. 
Camp Daniel Boone, Haywood County near Asheville. Owned by Daniel Boone Council, 

BSA. F. L. Pless, Director, Box 7215, Asheville, N. C. For Boy Scouts and Explorers 

only. Capacity 130. Opened 1920. 
Deerwocd Camp for Boys, P. O. Box 1525, Brevard. Accredited summer school for boys 6-16. 
Elks Camp for Boys, Hendersonville. Owned and operated by N. C. State Elks Assoc. 

E. L. Justus, Director, Flat Rock, N. C. For boys 8-14. Capacity 150. Opened 1945. 
Camp Hemlock, Waynesville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crum, Directors. Winter address: Box 8675, 

Richmond 26, Va. For boys aged 6-17. Capacity 65. Opened 1944. 
Camp Highlander, Highlands, N. C. Ben W. Wax, Director. For boys aged 6-17. Capacity 

105. Opened 1958. 
Camp Hugh Reid Scott, Reidsville-Burlington. Owned by Cherokee Council, BSA. W. Cecil 

Donnell, Director, P. O. Box 1070, Reidsville, N. C. For Negro Boy Scouts. Capacity 

25 Scouts per week. Opened 1952. 
Camp Mishemokwa (Bear Wallow), Gerton. E. S. Johnson, Business Mgr., Gerton, N. C. 

For boys aged 8-17. Capacity 65. Opened 1924. 
Camp Mondamin, Tuxedo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Bell, Directors, Tuxedo, N. C. For boys 

aged 8-17. Capacity 165. Opened 1922. Short term June camp in addition to regular 

season. Open fall, winter and spring as Mondamin Adult and Family Camp. 
Camp Morehead-By-The-Sea, Morehead City. J. Purcell Jones, owner-director. Winter 

address, Warsaw, N. C. For boys aged 6-17. Pre-camp (3 weeks) for boys and girls 

6-14 followed by 2 terms of 4 weeks each for boys 6-17. Capacity 200. Established 1938. 
Camp Patterson, Legerwood Station, Lenoir. Owned by Patterson School, George F. Wiese, 

Headmaster. Director, Mrs. Lora Snyder. For boys 8-15. Capacity 50. Opened 1958. 
Camp Pinnacle, Hendersonville. Van C. Kussrow, President. Winter address: 616 Ingraham 

Building, Miami 32, Florida. For boys aged 7-14. Capacity 200. Opened 1928. 
Camp Ridgecrest, Ridgecrest. Owned by Sunday School Board, Southern Baptist Assembly. 

Wayne Chastain, Director, Ridgecrest, N. C. For boys aged 9-16. Capacity 160. 

Opened 1928. 
Camp Rockmont, Black Mountain. George W. Pickering, Director, Black Mountain, N. C. 

For boys aged 8-16. Capacity 175. Opened 1956. 
Camp Sea Gull, Arapahoe. Operated by Raleigh YMCA. Wyatt Taylor, Director, 1601 

Hillsboro St., Raleigh, N. C. For boys aged 7-17. Capacity 400. Opened 1947. 
Camp Sequoyah, Weaverville. C. Walton Johnson, Director, Box 8, Weaverville, N. C. 

Senior Camp for boys aged 11-16. Capacity 185. Opened 1924. Junior Camp for 

boys aged 7-10. Opened 1957. 
Schiele Scout Reservation. P. O. Box 1059, Tryon. Operated by Piedmont Council, BSA. 

For Boy Scouts aged 11-18. Capacity 280 per week. Opened 1925. Eugene J. Jones, Scout 

Executive, Box 1359, Gastonia, N. C. 
Camp Sky Ranch, Blowing Rock, N. C. J. B. Sharp, Director. Winter address: 2604 

Spring Garden St., Greensboro. For boys 6-15. Capacity 80. Opened 1954. 
Camp Skyuka, Tryon. Owned by Spartanburg, S. C, YMCA. Evans Cannon, Director. 

Winter address: YMCA, Spartanburg, S. C. For boys aged 8-16. Capacity 144. 

Opened 1954. 
Camp Tsali, Weaverville. C. Walton Johnson, Director. Box 8, Weaverville, N. C. For 

boys aged 15-17. Capacity 24. Opened 1951. 
Camp Yonahnoka, Linville. Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Tompkins, Directors. Winter address: 

Episcopal High School, Alexandria, Va. For boys aged 8-17. Capacity 120. Opened 1924. 

For Girls 

Camp Awa-Niko, Swannanoa. Misses Ruth M. White and Nancy Wrenn, Directors, Swan- 

nanoa, N. C. For girls aged 9-15. Capacity 20. Opened 1951. 
Camp Crestridge, Ridgecrest. Owned by Sunday School Board, Southern Baptist Conven- 
tion. Miss Arvine Bell, Director, Ridgecrest, N. C. Capacity 120. For girls aged 9-17. 

Opened 1955. 
Camp Dellwood, Waynesville. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Crum, Directors. Winter address: P. O. 

Box 8675, Richmond 26, Va. For girls aged 6-17. Capacity 65. Opened 1926. 
Camp Deerwoode, Brevard. Mrs. Gordon Sprott, Director, Brevard, N. C. For girls aged 

7-16. Capacity 138. Opened 1928. 
Camp Glen Arden, Arden. Mrs. J. O. Bell, Jr., Director, Tuxedo, N. C. For girls aged 7-17. 

Capacity 150. Opened 1951. 
Camp Glenlaurel, Little Switzerland. Misses Helen H. McMahon and Jeanette Boone, 

Directors. Winter address: Sweet Briar College, Sweet Briar, Va. For girls aged 9-15. 

Capacity 86. Opened 1914 (as Camp-As-You-Like-It) . 
Camp Green Cove, Tuxedo. Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Bell, Directors, Tuxedo, N. C. For 

girls aged 8-17. Capacity 165. Opened 1945. Short term June camp in addition to 

regular season. 
Camp Greystone, Tuxedo. Directors and their winter addresses: Mrs. Virginia Sevier 

Hanna, 1008 Glendalyn Circle, Spartanburg, S. C; Miss Jean Agnew, Due West, S. C. 

For girls aged 7-17. (japacity 250. Opened 1920. 
Camp Illahee, Brevard. Mrs. Kathryn F. Curtis, Director, Brevard, N. C. For girls aged 

6-17. Capacity 165. Short term June camp in addition to regular season. Opened 1939. 
Camp Julia, Concord. Owned by Rowan-Cabarrus Girl Scout Council. Miss Helen Strawn, 

Director, 20 Hillcrest Dr., Concord, N. C. For girls aged 7-17. Capacity 52. Opened 1944. 
Camp Junaluska, Lake Junaluska. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Walker, Directors and Owners. For 

girls aged 7-18. Capacity 165. Opened 1912. 
Keystone Camp, Brevard. Mrs. Anson J. Ives, Director. Winter address: 2589 Riverside 

Ave., Jacksonville, Fla. For girls aged 7-17. Capacity 125. Opened 1916. 
Montreat Camp for CJirls, Montreat. Owned by Montreat College, Inc. Mrs. Russell Sands, 

Director. Winter address: 969 Camp Drive, Ocala, Fla. For girls aged 7-17. Capacity 

125. Opened 1921. 
Camp Merri-Mac, Black Mountain. Mrs. Alice McBride Coburn, Owner-Director, Box 728, 

Black Mountain, N. C. For girls aged 6-18. Capacity 155. Op-ened 1949. 



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Camp Merrie-Woode, Sapphire. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Orr, Directors. Winter address: 3245 

Nancy's Creek Road, Atlanta, Ga. For girls aged 8-16. Capacity 155. Opened 1919. 
Pisgah Girl Scout Camp, Brevard. Operated by the Pisgah Girl Scout Council, 610 City 

Building, Asheville, N. C. For girls aged 10-17. 
Camp Rainbow, Route 1, Banner EUc. Mrs. M. V. McClure, Director. Winter address: 

1406 Kenilworth Ave., Charlotte 3, N. C. For girls aged 12-20. Capacity 96. Established 

1955. 
Camp Rockbrook, Brevard. Miss Ellen Hume Jervey, Director. Winter address: P. O. 

Box 369, Charleston, S. C. June camp (2 weeks) for girls 8-16; regular camp (2 

months) for girls 9-17. Capacity 160. Riding Clinic (1 week) for girls 10-16, with 

enrollment limited to 40. 
Camp Seafarer, Arapahoe. Operated by Raleigh YMCA. Lillian P. Taylor, Director. Winter 

address: 1601 Hillsboro St., Raleigh, N. C. Capacity 150. Opened 1961. 
Camp Skybrook, Hendersonville. Mrs. John T. Bunn, Director. Winter address: 3702 

Needles Drive, Orlando, Florida. For girls aged 8-19. 
Sky land Camp, Clyde. Directors and their winter addresses: Miss Helen Hemphill Harris, 

2137 Herschel St., Jacksonville, Fla., and Mrs. Frances Harris Brown, Dana Hall 

Schools, Wellesley, Mass. For girls. Capacity 80. Opened 1917. 
Camp Skyuka, Tryon. Owned by Spartanburg, S. C, YMCA. Evans Cannon, Director. 

Winter address: YMCA, Spartanburg, S. C. For girls aged 8-16. Capacity 144. Opened 

1954. 
Ton-A-Wandah, Hendersonville. Baxter Haynes, Director, Tryon, N. C. For girls aged 7-16. 

Capacity 200. Short term camp (3 weeks) in addition to regular season. Opened 1933. 
Camp Yonahlossee, Blowing Rock. G. M. McCord and Agnes M. Jeter, Directors, Blowing 

Rock, N. C. For girls aged 7-17. Capacity 160. Opened 1922 (by Dr. and Mrs. A. P. 

Kephart). 3 weeks pre-season in June in addition to regular term. 

For Boys and Girls 

Big Cove Ranch Camp, Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. J. Howard Berry, Directors. Winter 

address: Box 5075, North Charleston, S. C. For boys and girls aged 7-17. Capacity 50. 

Opened 1938. 
Blue Star Camps, Hendersonville. Harry and Herman Popkin, Directors. Winter address: 

2648 Margaret Mitchell Drive, N.W., Atlanta, Ga. For boys and girls aged 7-17. 

Capacity 500. (Pioneer Camp, Senior Girls* Camp, Senior Boys' Camp, Counselor- 
Trainees and Teen- Age Village) 
Camp Celo, Burnsville. Robert and Dorothy Barrus, Directors, Route 2, Burnsville, N. C. 

For boys and girls aged 6-10. Capacity 25. Opened 1950. 
Camp Chestnut Ridge, Rt. 1, Efland. Robert Reed, Director. Operated by Methodist Board 

of Education, P. O. Box 6667, College Station, Durham, N. C. For boys, girls, families 

and adults. Capacity 90. Opened 1959. 
Camp Chimney Rock, Chimney Rock, Miss Barbara Rankin, Director. Winter address: 

Stone Mountain, Ga. For boys and girls aged 7-17. 
Camp Deerfield, Lake Lure. Dr. Sidney H. Solomon, Victor Levine and Carl Gardner, 

Directors; camp office at 1501 Bay Road, Miami Beach 39, Florida. For boys and 

girls aged 4-16. 
Camp Don-Lee, Arapahoe. For boys and girls 9-23, with certain sessions for family and 

adult groups. Capacity 125. Opened 1950. All correspondence should be directed to 

Methodist Board of Education, P. O. Box 6667, College Station, Durham, which operates 

camp. 
Cherryfield Teen Center, Brevard. Directors: Miss Louise Blackwell, winter address 1907 

Lake Ave., Knoxville 16, Tenn.; and Prof. Frances Clay, School of Social Work 

of University of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn. Co-education center for ages 14-19. 
Eagle's Nest Camp, Pisgah Forest. Names and winter addresses of Directors: Dr. and 

Mrs. Alex Waite, Box 1393, Winter Park, Fla. For boys and girls aged 6-17. Capacity 

100. Opened 1922. 
Camp Gay Valley, Brevard. Miss Mary W. Gwynn, Director, Brevard. Mrs. P. H. Gwynn, 

Jr., Flora Macdonald College, Red Springs, N. C, Assoc. Director. For boys and 

girls aged 6-13. Capacity 100. Opened 1935. 
High Rocks, Cedar Mountain. Mr. and Mrs. Sumner M. Williams, Owners-Directors. For 

boys and girls aged 9-18 (boys' camp six weeks; followed by girls' camp of five 

weeks). Capacity 100. Camp operated, fall, winter and spring as guest ranch catering 

to individuals, families and large groups. 
Johns River Camp, CoUettsville. Ferrell M. Shoffner, Director. Address: 609 S. Brady 

Ave., Newton, N. C. For boys and girls aged 9-21. Capacity 100. Owned by Southern 

Synod of Evangelical and Reformed Church. Opened 1936. 
Kerr Lake Methodist Camp, Route 3, Henderson. For boys, girls, families and adults. 

Capacity 40. Opened 1960. All correspondence should be directed to Methodist Board 

of Education, P. O. Box 6667, College Station, Durham, N. C, which operates camp. 
Lake Haven Ranch Camp, Route 4, Matthews. Dan Hood, Director. For boys aged 8-16 

(resident or day) and girls 6-16 (day). Capacity 20 resident; 40 day. On operating 

dairy farm near Charlotte, N. C. 
Camp Lakeside, Hendersonville. Norton Segal, Owner-Director. Winter address: 44 S. W. 

3rd St., Miami, Fla. For boys and girls aged 5-15. 
Camp Morehead-By-The-Sea, Morehead City, Pat Crawford, Director, Morehead City, 

N. C. Pre-camp for boys aged 6-12 and girls aged 6-16 in addition to regular session. 
Camp Osceola, Horseshoe. Charles Parmet, Owner-Director, Box 2778, Asheville, N. C. 

For boys and girls aged 4-15. Established 1924. 
Our Lady of the Hills Camp, Hendersonville. Operated by Catholic Diocese of Raleigh. 

Rev. Thomas F. Kerin, Director. Winter address: 412 S. Franklin St., Rocky Mount, 

N. C. Separate camps for boys and girls aged 7-16. Capacity 200. 
Camp Pinewood, Hendersonville. Dr. Donald Michelson and Eli Meltzer, Owners-Directors. 

Winter address: 535 W. 30th St., Miami Beach, Fla. For boys and girls aged 5-17. 

Capacity 200. Established 1955. 



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Camp Sea Gull, Arapahoe. Pre-camp for boys and girls aged 7-17. Wyatt Taylor, Director, 

1601 Hillsboro St., Raleigh, N. C. Capacity 400. Opened 1947. 
Camp Sherwood, Route 6, Burlington, N. C. Frank Sherard, Owner; Mr. and Mrs. J. F. 

Sherard, Jr., Directors. Sessions for boys aged 7-12 and for girls aged 7-14. Capacity 

30. Opened 1957. 
Camp Sky-Top, Rosman. Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Miller, Directors. Winter address: 6550-38 

Terrace, Miami Springs, Fla. For boys and girls aged 6 up. Capacity 150. Opened 1950. 
Camp Tekoa, Hendersonville. Owned by WNC Conference, Methodist Church. Dr. Carl H. 

King, Director. Winter address: Box 828, Salisbury, N. C. For boys and girls aged 

12-14. Capacity 100. Opened 1949 at present site (continuous camping program since 

1936). 
Camp Windy Wood, Tuxedo. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Waggoner, Directors. For boys and 

girls aged 6-10. 
4-H Camps are located at Manteo, Waynesville, Rockingham and Swannanoa. 

Music Camp 

Transylvania Music Camp, Brevard Music Center, Brevard. Dr. James Christian Pfohl, 
Director. Winter address: P. O. Box 42G3, Charlotte, N. C. For boys and girls aged 
12-18. Capacity 200. Established 1936. 

Baseball Camp 

Piedmont Baseball Camp, Asheboro. Roby C. Garner, President, P. O. Box 321, Asheboro. 
Sam Gibson, Camp IDirector and Head Coach. For boys aged 8 through 20. 

For Physically Handicapped Children 

Hammock's Beach 4-H Camp, Swansboro. Sponsored by N. C. Society for Crippled Children 
and Adults in cooperation with State 4-H Club Council of A & T College, Greensboro. 
For physically handicapped Negro children aged 7-17. Capacity 50. Address inquiries 
to Albin Pikutis, Executive Director, N. C. Society for Crippled Children and Adults, 
P. O. Box 889, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

Camp Sky Ranch, Blowing Rock. J B. Sharpe and M. T. Culbreth, Directors, P. O. Box 
325, Blowing Rock, N. C. For physically handicapped boys and girls 7-17. Capacity 
75. Opened 1948. 

Camp Sycamore, William B. Umstead State Park near Raleigh. An Easter Seal Camp 
operated by the North Carolina Society for Crippled Children and Adults, Inc., 
P. O. Box 839, Chapel Hill, N. C. Two sessions (3 weeks each) for physically handi- 
capped children 7-17. Capacity 50. 

For Adults 

Burnsville Painting Classes, Seecelo, Burnsville. Summer session for portrait painting, 
landscape and still life in all mediums. Instructors and directors Frank Stanley Herring 
and J. Robert Miller. Mrs. Frances Hall Herring, Executive Secretary, 301 W. Mont- 
gomery Street, MiUedgeville, Georgia. 

Camp Cherryfield for Adults, Brevard. Creative writing, art, handicrafts, nature study, 
photography, and recreation, including swimming, archery, tennis, badminton, croquet, 
volley ball, hiking, table games, music, library, etc. Miss Louise Blackwell, Director, 
Brevard, N. C. 

Camp Socareda, Cedar Mountain. Owned by South Carolina Education Association, 1510 
Gervais St., Columbia, S. C. Capacity 140. For South Carolina teachers. 

Huckleberry Mountain Workshop Camp, Hendersonville. Workshops in creative writing, 
painting, crafts, television. Miss Evelyn G. Haynes, Director, Hendersonville, N. C. 



THE NORTH CAROLINA EDUCATION ASSOCIATION 



Headquarters Stafif — Raleigh 



A. C. Dawson, Jr., Executive Secretary 

W. Amos Abrams, Assistant Executive Secretary; and 

Editor, North Carolina Education 
Claude H. Farrell, Director of Lay Relations 
Lloyd S. Isaacs, Director of Public Relations 
Mrs. Phebe Emmons, Field Consultant 
Donald Morrow, Field Consultant 
E. Faust Johnson, Field Consultant 
Mrs. Ethel P. Edwards, Acting Director of Research 
Miss Rebekah Rivers, Assistant Editor, North Carolina 

Education 
Mrs, Ruble R. Bikle, Office Manager 
Mrs. Nora Williams, Director of Records and Accounts 

Board of Directors 

EX OFFICIO: 

President, Dan S. Davis, Monroe 

Vice-President, Frank G. Fuller, Greenville 

Immediate Past President, Lloyd Y. Thayer, High Point 

NEA Director, Bert Ishee, Fayetteville 

State Superintendent, Charles F. Carroll, Raleigh 

Executive Secretary, A. C. Dawson, Jr., Raleigh 



Mrs. Mabel P. Bailey, Secretary 
Miss Dail Claridge, Secretary 
Mrs. Ruth Pettigrew, Secretary 
Mrs. Viola Merritt, Secretary 
Mrs. Mary Lou Ellis. Secretary 
Mrs. Ann D. Schofield, Secretary 
Mrs. Sylvia Phillips, Secretary 
Mrs. Lucille Joslin, Secretary 
Plummer Hall, Building 
Custodian 



30 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

district representatives: 

Western District — Hugh D. Randall, Hendersonville 

South Piedmont District — Miss Mary B. Thompson, Charlotte 

Northwestern District — Miss Mildred MuUis, Morganton 

Southwestern District — Homer M. Keever, Statesville 

East Central District — Miss Mildred Mooneyhan, Chapel Hill 

North Central District — Moses Bridges, Winston-Salem 

Eastern District — Mrs. Ethel W. Twiford, Goldsboro 

Central District — M. L. Barnes, Jr., Salisbury 

Southeastern District — Mrs. Pauline M. Longest, Fayetteville 

Northeastern District — Miss Reba A. Proctor, Rocky Mount 

District Presidents 

Western District — Donald D. Jones, Asheville 

Northwestern District — Kyle K. Dickson, Jefferson 

South Piedmont District — T. C. Wright, Charlotte 

Southwestern District — Wayne J. Caudill, Shelby 

North Central District — Mrs. Dorothy Y. Zimmerman, Yanceyville 

East Central District — R. A. Gray, Mamers 

Central District — Harold W. Bowen, Lexington 

Eastern District — Ernest W. Morgan, Richlands 

Southeastern District — Joseph H. Wishon, Fairmont 

Northeastern District — Mrs. Edna Earle Baker, Greenville 

Presidents of Divisions 

Superintendents — Glenn T. Proffit, Lillington 
Principals — Luther R. Medlin, Greensboro 
Directors of Instruction — Robert C. Hanes, Charlotte 
Higher Education — Leopold M. Hays, High Point 
Classroom Teachers — Mrs. Anna Neese, Raleigh 
Future Teachers — Larry Shrader, Boone 

Presidents of Departments 

Agriculture — Johnnie W. Evans, Durham 

Art — Mrs. Norma W. Gray, Greenville 

Audio-Visual — Johnny Shaver, Raleigh 

Bible — Janet Robinson, Charlotte 

Business Education — Mrs. Vivian Boyd, Salisbury 

Educational Secretaries — Mrs. lone P. Whitehead, Wilmington 

Elementary Education — Sara Lopp, Lexington 

English — Walter McCraw, Roanoke Rapids 

French — Maxalynn Mourane, High Point 

Guidance — Ruth A. Griffith, Statesville 

Health, Physical Education and Recreation — Helen M. Hartshorn, CuUowhee 

Home Economics — Carolyn Brinkley, Plymouth 

Industrial Arts — Lynn P. Barrier, Charlotte 

Industrial Education — G. W. Armfield, Leaksville 

Latin — Anne Mclver, Hamlet 

Mathematics — Palmer Dulin, New London 

Modern Foreign Language — Charles M. Garrett, Roanoke Rapids 

Music — Charles L. Isley, Jr., Boone 

Retired Teachers — Ben G. Childs, Durham 

School Librarians — Carroll R. Powell, Fayetteville 

Science — William C. Foil, Raleigh 

Social Studies — Zane E. Eargle, Scotland Neck 

Spanish — Hugh J. Peeler, Newton 

Special Class Teachers — Mrs. lantha Mitchell, Concord 

NORTH CAROLINA TEACHERS ASSOCIATION 

Board of Directors 

General Officers 

Lafayette Parker, President Winston-Salem 

W. G. Byers, Vice President Charlotte 

*Charles A. Lyons, Jr., Executive Secretary Raleigh 

N. H. Harris, Treasurer Raleigh 

Mrs. Geneva J. Bowe, Recording Secretary Murfreesboro 

Special Officers 

W. R. Collins, Immediate Past President Smithfield 

Mrs. Elizabeth D. Koontz, President, Association of Classroom Teachers Salisbury 

John H. Lucas, State NEA Director Durham 

Elected Members 

Mrs. Bessie Allen, 1963 T. M. Ringer, 1964 

R. L. Flanagan, 1963 W. M. McNeill, 1965 

G. L. Foxwell, 1963 Mrs. Jettie D. Morrison, 1965 

M. L. DeVane, 1964 Miss Edna S. Smallwood, 1965 

E. M. Holle y, 1964 

♦Not a member of the Board of Directors 



State and Territorial Superintendents 31 

District Presidents 

Coastal Plain J. H. Carney, Goldsboro 

East Piedmont J. E. Byers, Warrenton 

North Central M. M. Daniels, Wilson 

Northeastern E. V. Wilkins, Roper 

Piedmont Mrs. Mae Sue Henry, Greensboro 

Southeastern G. H. Young, Lumberton 

Southwestern J. A. Clarke, Charlotte 

Western E. F. Wilson, Winston-Salem 

Division, Department, and Section Chairmen 

Division of Classroom Teachers — Mrs. Elizabeth D. Koontz, Salisbury 

A. Department of Elementary Teachers — Mrs. Melissa N. Leitao, Kinston 

1. Section of Primary Teachers — Mrs. Geneva B. Miller, Mooresville 

2. Section of Grammar Grade Teachers — Mrs. Ruby J. Manley, Ahoskie 

B. Department of Secondary Teachers — W^illie E. Davis, Charlotte , 

1. Section of English Teachers — C. C. Lipscomb, Raleigh 

2. Section of Foreign Language Teachers — Mrs. Maderline Scales, Winston-Salem 

3. Section of Social Science Teachers — Quinton K. Wall, Smithfield 

4. Section of Mathematics & Science Teachers — B. Meeks Briggs, Winston-Salem 

C. Department of Teachers of Exceptional Children— (Unreported) 

D. Department of Retired Teachers — L. H. Hall, Salisbury 

Division of Specialized Education — G. L. FoxweU, Raleigh 

A. Department of Home Economics Teachers — Mrs. Alberta Levingston, Raleigh 

B. Department of Vocational Agriculture Teachei-s — W. E. Foster, Warsaw 

C. Department of Industrial Education Teachers — W. B. Thornton, Durham 

1. Section of Industrial Arts Teachers — J. T. Gibson, Fayetteville 

D. Department of Music Teachers — Mrs. E. M. M. Kelly, Raleigh 

E. Department of Health & Physical Education Teachers, Henry Eily, Roxboro 
1. Section of Driver Education — Isaac Barnett, Greensboro 

F. Department of Business Education Teachers — J. V. Turner, Durham 

G. Department of Extension Education — H. H. Price, Wadesboro 
H. Department of Librarians — Miss Alvease DeVane, Method 

I. Department of Guidance — Mrs. Edythe R. Tweedy, Rocky Mount 

J. Department of Bible Teachers — Miss Eva L. Merritt, Durham 

K. Department of Art Teachers — Miss Hortense Reid, Greensboro 

L. Department of Audio Visual Aids — J. C. Duncan, Yanceyville 

Division of School Administrators and Supervisors — E. M. HoUey, Sanford 

A. Department of Supervisors — Miss Alice Green, Wilson 

B. Department of Principals — S. B. T. Easterling, EUerbe 

1. Section of Elementary Principals — E. E. Tysor, Mebane 

2. Section of High School Principals — N. G. Perry, Thomasville 

3. Section of Junior High School Principals — O. F. Hudson, High Point 

Division of Higher Education — L. H. Robinson, Greensboro 

A. Department of Administration (Unreported) 

B. Department of Instruction — Charles A. Ray, Durham 

C. Department of Student NCTA-NEA — Mrs. Loreno M. Marrow, Greensboro 

STATE AND TERRITORIAL SUPERINTENDENTS 

state Commissioner or Superintendent Address 

Alabama Austin R. Meadows Montgomery 4 

Alaska Theo. J. Norby Juneau 

American Samoa. . . . JVIarvin J. Senter Pago Pago 

Arizona W. W. Dick Phoenix 

Arkansas A. W. Ford Little Rock 

California Max Rafferty Sacramento 14 

Canal Zone Sigurd E. Esser Balboa Heights, C. Z. 

Colorado Byron W. Hansford Denver 

Connecticut William J. Sanders Hartford 15 

Delaware George R. Miller, Jr Dover 

Florida Thomas D. Bailey Tallahassee 

Georgia Claude L. Purcell Atlanta 

Guam John R. Trace Agana 

Hawaii Walton M. Gordon Honolulu 

Idaho D. F. Engelking Boise 

Illinois George T. Wilkins Springfield 

Indiana William E. Wilson Indianapolis 4 

Iowa Paul F. Johnston Des Moines 19 

Kansas A. F. Throckmorton Topeka 

Kentucky Wendell P. Butler Frankfort 

Louisiana S. M. Jackson Baton Rouge 4 

Maine Warren G. Hill Augusta 

Maryland Thomas G. Pullen, Jr Baltimore 1 

Massachusetts Owen B. Kiernan Boston 16 

Michigan Lynn M. Bartlett Lansing 2 

Minnesota Erling O. Johnson St. Paul 1 

Mississippi J. M. Tubb Jackson 

Missouri Hubert Wheeler Jefferson City 



32 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Montana Harriet Miller Helenm 

Nebraska Floyd A. Miller Lincoln 9 

Nevada JBryon F. Stetler Carson City 

New Hampshire Charles F. Ritch, Jr Concord 

New Jersey Frederick M. Raubinger Trenton 25 

New Mexico Tom Wiley Santa Fe 

New York James E. Allen, Jr Albany 1 

North Carolina Chas. F. Carroll Raleigrh 

North Dakota M. F. Peterson Bismarck 

Ohio E. E. Holt Columbus 15 

Oklahoma Oliver Hodge Oklahoma City 6 

Oregon Leon P. Minear Salem 

Pennsylvania Charles H. Boehm Harrisburg 

Puerto Rico Candido Oliveras Hato Rey 

Rhode Island Michael F. Walsh Providence 8 

South Carolina Jesse T. Anderson Columbia 

South Dakota M. F. Coddington Pierre 

Tennessee Joe Morgan Nashville 3 

Texas J. W. Edgar Austin 11 

Utah M. B. Stokes Salt Lake City 14 

Vermont A. John Holden, Jr Montpelier 

Virginia Woodrow W. Wilkerson Richmond 16 

Virgin Islands Pedro Sanchez Charlotte Amalie (St. Thomas) 

Washington Louis Bruno Olympia 

West Virginia Rex M. Smith Charleston 5 

Wisconsin Angus B. Rothwell Madison 2 

Wyoming Velma Linf ord Cheyenne 

BOOK, MAP AND GLOBE REPRESENTATIVES 

Members of the North Carolina Bookmen's Association 

President — John Kennedy 
Vice-President-Secretary — J. S. Blair 
Treasurer — Leonard W. Davy 

Allyn and Bacon, 695 Miami Circle, N.E., Atlante 5, Ga. 

Paul B. Price, 1089 Evergreen Circle, Rock Hill. S. C, Phone 327-7363 
Raymond B. Pinion, 3224 Glenridge Dr., Raleigh, N. C. Phone VA 8-3626 
American Book Co., 300 Pike St., Cincinnati 2, Ohio 

J. S. Blair, 205 S. Currie, Wallace. N. C, Phone AT 5-2018 
Benefic Press — Div. of Beckley-Cardy Co.. 1900 N. Narragansett St.. Chicago 39, 111. 

Fred Arrowood, Box 368, Bessemer City, N. C. Phone MA 9-2056 
The Children's Press, Inc.. Jackson Blvd. at Racine Ave.. Chicago 7, lU. 

William S. Southward, Box 1925 Myrtle Beach, S. C, Phone HI 8-3053 
F. E. Compton & Co., 1000 N. Dearborn St., Chicago 10. 111. 

James A. Bunn, 837 Nissen Bldg., Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Dell Publbhing Co., Inc., 750 Third Ave., New York 17, N. Y. 

John Costa, 12718 Kincaid Lane, Belair Bowie, Md. 

Doubleday and Co., Inc., Garden City, N. Y Tommy Gaylord, Box 417, Gary. N. C. 

The Economy Co., 290 Spring St., N.W., Atlanta. Ga. 

Ivy Smith. 611 N. Jefferson St.. Saluda, S. C, Phone HI 5-7043 
Brittanica Press, Inc., 425 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago 11, 111. 

L. W. Teague, Box fi57, Taylor<?ville, N. C, Phone ME 2-2461 
Field Enterprises Educational Corporation. Merchandise Mart Plaza. Chicago 54, 111. 

T. W. Bye, 706 Hillsboro St., P. O. Box 9385, Raleigh, N. C. 
Follett Publishing Company, 1010 W. Washington Blvd., Chicago 7, 111. 

Leonard W. Davy, 217 N. Dotger Ave., Charlotte, N. C, Phone ED 4-2459 
Ginn & Co.. 72 Fifth Ave., New York 11, N. Y. 

Henry B. Stoneham, Box 10126, Raleigh, N. C. 
Gregg Publishing Div., McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc.. 330 W. 42nd St., New York 36, N. Y. 

Bruce L. Gailes, 1515 Larkfield Lane, Charlotte 9, N. C, Phone 523-3591 
E. M. Hale & Co., Publishers, 1201 S. Hastings Way, Eau Claire, Wise. 
(Includes GHP Publications) 

Edward B. Powell. 508 Mahaley Ave., Salisbury. N. C. Phone 63G-5970 
Harcourt, Brace and World, Inc., 750 Third Ave., New York 17, N. Y. 

E. D. Tenney, Box 15. Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Charles M. Gibson, Jr., 8902 Wishart Rd.. Richmond, Va. 
Harlow Publishing Corp., 532 N.W. 2nd St., Oklahoma City 1, Okla. 

Richard H. Matthews, Box 274. Candor, N. C, Phone 3551 
Harper & Row, Publishers, 49 E. 33rd St., New York 16, N. Y. 

Richard L. Mansfield, GranviUe Rd., Chapel Hill, N. C, Phone 2-1087 
Harr Wagner Publishing Co., 609 Mission St., San Francisco 5, Calif. 

Robert W. Henderson, Box 593, Asheville, N. C. 
D. C. Heath & Co.. 280 Spring St.. N.W., Atlanta 3, Ga. 

J. E. Craig, Box 1154, Salisbury, N. C. Phone ME 6-4867 
Holt. Rinehart & Winston, Inc., 383 Madison Ave., New York 17, N.Y. 

John D. Kennedy, 512 Spruce St., High Point, N. C, Phone 888-7351 
Winston Division, 441 Peachtree St., N.E., Atlanta 8, Ga. 
Warren Via, Box 865, Chapel Hill, N. C, Phone 942-2043 
Houghton Mifflin Co., 3130 Piedmont Rd.. N.E., Atlanta 5, Ga. 

James A. Gerow, 2113 Westover Terrace, Burlington, N. C, Phone JU 4-7464 
Iroquois Publishing Co.. Inc.. 1300 Alum Creek Dr., Columbus 16, Ohio 

W. Frank Cain, Woodford, Va., Phone 6-3304 



Members of the North Carolina Bookmen's Association 33 

Laidlaw Brothers, Inc., Thatcher and Madison Sts., River Forest, 111. 

J. C. Rich, Jr., Candler, N. C. 
George Dixon, Atlanta, Ga. 
J. B. Lippincott Co., E. Washington Square, Philadelphia 5, Pa. 

Paul S. Daniel, 1322 Canterbury Rd.. Raleigh, N. C, Phone TE 2-7879 
Lyons & Carnahan, 680 Forrest Rd., N.E., Atlanta 12, Georgia 

E. D. Johnson, Box 123, Tarboro, N. C. 
The Macmillan Co.. 60 Fifth Ave., New York 11, N. Y. 

Charles P. Wales, S3 MaxweU Rd., Chapel Hill, N. C, Phone 942-3988 
Mason Distributing Co., Roanoke, Va. 

Edward D. Jeffries, 309 W. Center St., Lexington, N. C, Phone 246-6132 
McGraw-Hill Book Co., Inc., 330 W. 42nd St., New York 36, N. Y. 

Derial C. S. Jackson. 1125 Belmont Dr., Columbia, S. C. 
Charles E. Merrill Books, 1300 Alum Drive, Columbus 16, Ohio 

W. Frank Cain, Woodford, Va., Phone 6-3304 

National Forum, 407 S. Dearborn St., Chicago 5, 111 J. E. Holmes, Leaksville, N. C. 

Noble and Noble, Publishers, Inc., 67 Irving Place, New York 3, N. Y. 

Anne Hopkins, Box 343, Rocky Mount, Va., Phone HIT 3-5322 
North Carolina School Book Depository, Inc., 811 W. Hargett St., Raleigh, N. C. 

Alfred Williams, 901 Holt Drive, Raleigh, N. C, Phone TE 2-7305 
F. A. Owen Publishing Co., Dansville, N. Y. 

A. Merle Anderson, 2023 Walker Ave., Greensboro, N. C. 
Prentice-Hall, Inc., Englewood Cliffs, N. J. 

W. N. Grooms, 2317 Mary Dr., West Columbia, S. C, Phone SW 4-2274 
Rand McNally & Co., Box 7600, Chicago SO, 111. 

A. M. Moseley, 321 Longview Terrace, Greenville, S. C, Phone CE 5-6167 
Readers Digest Educational Service, Inc., Pleasantville, N. Y. 

J. Clarence Blake, 3416 Selwyn Ave., Charlotte, N. C, Phone FR 7-1448 
Row, Peterson & Co. (See Harper & Row, Publishers) 
Scott, Foresman and Co., 3145 Piedmont Rd., N.W., Atlanta 5, Ga. 

S. G. Crater, Box 1958. Greensboro, N. C, Phone 299-8743 

Wade M. Woodall, Box 2726, W. Durham Sta., Durham, N. C, Phone 681-5352 
Charles Scribner's Sons, 597 Fifth Ave., New York 17, N. Y. 

Robert W. Henderson, Box 593, Asheville, N. C, Phone AL 2-9845 
Silver Burdett Co., 3272 Peachtree Rd., N.E., Atlanta 5, Ga. 

Joe H. Little, 1534 Brooks Ave., Raleigh, N. C, Phone TE 4-3056 
J. D. Wright, Box 582, Columbia, S. C, Phone AL 2-0753 
The L. W. Singer Co., 249 W. Erie Blvd., Syracuse 2, N. Y. 

Casey Blonaisz, Box 6161, Columbia, S. C, Phone SU 2-0709 
South-Eaatern Discount Sales Co., 1020 E. Wendover Ave., Greensboro, N. C. 

Steve Hamlet, 2128 McKelvy Dr.. Greensboro. N. C. 
R. R. Doak, Box 6504 Five Points Station, Raleigh, N. C. 
South-Western Publishing Co., Inc., 5101 Madison Rd., Cincinnati 27, Ohio 

Harold R. Cole, 1280 Chandler Place, Charlotte 7, N. C, Phone EM 6-1384 
The Steck Company, Box 16, Austin 61, Texas 

A. C. Setliff, Box 10053, Cameron Village Station, Raleigh, N. C. 
The University Publishing Co., 1126 Q St., Lincoln 1, Nebraska 

Mrs. Marjorie H. Warren, 309 Beall St., Lenoir, N. C, Phone 4-7425 
Webster Publishing Co., 1154 Reco Ave., St. Louis 26, Mo. 

Fred R. Atkinson, Box 1112, Columbia, S. C. Phone SU 7-2009 

Other Book, Map and Globe Representatives 

Americana Corporation, 575 Lexington Ave.. New York 22, N. Y. 

John L. Deans, Box 540, Goldsboro, N. C, Phone RE 5-2262 
Bobbs-Merrill Co., Inc., 4300 W. 62nd St., Indianapolis 6, Ind. 

J. Ralph Irons, City Delivery, No. 3, Myrtle Beach, S. C. 
Charles A. Bennett Co., Inc., 237 N. E. Monroe St., Peoria, 111. 

Gilbert Miller, In care: Mrs. N. T. Clark, Goggins Lane, Richmond, Ky. 

The Child's World, Inc., Chicago, 111 K. G. Phillips, Box 1116, Greensboro, N. C. 

Colliers Encyclopedia, P. F. Collier and Son Corp., 640 Fifth Ave., New York 19, N. Y. 

C. C. Haworth, High Point, N. C. 
Arthur C. Croft Publications, 100 Garfield Ave., New London. Conn. 

Robert S. Gregg, 1351 E. Morehead St.. Charlotte, N. C. 
Denoyer-Geppert Co., 5235 Ravenswood Ave., Chicago, 111. 

J. D. Taylor, 1201 Marlwood Ter., Charlotte, N. C. 
The Fideler Co., 31 Ottawa Ave., N.W., Grand Rapids, Mich. 

Walter B. Clinard, Sr., 2252 Elizabeth Ave.. Winston-Salem, N. C. 
Geo. F. Cram Map Company, Inc.. 730 E. Washington St., Indianapolis 7, Ind. 

James W. Bradshaw, 14 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh, N. C. 
H. B. Mayo, Falkland, N. C. 
Charles L. Farthing. Mocksville, N. C. 
T. Penn Noell. Jr., Timberlake, N. C. 
R. R. Williams. Box 970, Lumberton, N. C. 
Charles A. Majure. 622 Wimbleton Dr., Raleigh, N. C. 
W. J. "Bill" Bailey, 1706 Fairview Rd., Raleigh, N. C. 
Golden Press, Inc., 1 West 39th St., New York 18. N. Y. 

Richard L. Kelley, 1780 Stewart Ave., S.W., Atlanta 15, Ga. 
Guilford Press, Inc., Guilford College, N. C, P. O. Box 8298 

Max Wilson, 304 E. Lake Dr., Greensboro, N. C. 
The Grolier Society, Inc., 575 Lexington Ave., New York 22, N. Y. 

William S. Lee. 2700 Lakeview Dr., Raleigh, N. C. 
Hunter Publishing Co., 333 Indiana Ave.. Winston-Salem, N. C. 

William H. Hunter. 333 Indiana Ave., Winston-Salem. N. C. 
Library Publishers, Inc., 153 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago. 111. 

H. C. Kennedy. 938 W. 5th St.. Winston-Salem, N. C. 
McCormick-Mathers Publishing Co., Box 2212, Wichita. Kansas 

Charles E. Yeoman. Monroe, N. C. 



34 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Modern School Supply Co Bynum A. Buff, Rutherf ordton, N. C. 

A. J. Nystrom and Co., 3333 Elston Ave., Chicago 18, 111. 

John W. Blanchard, 3509 Meredith Ave., Charlotte 8, N. C, Phone EX 9-6705 
The University of N. C. Press, Box 510, Chapel Hill, N. C. 

G. F. Scheer, Chapel Hill, N. C. 
D. Van Nostrand Co., Inc., 120 Alexander St., Princeton, N. J. 

W. G. Privette, 206 Vance St., Chapel Hill, N. C, Phone 8-7871 
Weber Costello Mfgrs., Chicago Heights, 111. 

Southern School Supply Co., Distributor, Raleigh, N. C. 

AUDIOVISUAL DEALERS ASSOCIATION 

Jack L. McCracken, President 

J. D. Taylor. Vice-President 

James W. Bradshaw, Secretary-Treasurer 

Bioscope Manufacturing Co.: Ray R. Warwick, Newton Grove, N. C. 

Gavin's, Inc.: Henry B. Cooper, Box 10401, Cameron Village Station, 400 Downtown Blvd., 

Raleigh, N. C. 
Christian Film Service, Inc.: C. W. Petty, 1302 E. 4th Street, Charlotte, N. C. 
Coronet Instructional Films: Lawrence O. Weaver, 2622 Robin Hood Drive, Greensboro, N. C. 
Carolina Arts & Crafts, Inc.: Tom O'Donoghue, 1618 Elizabeth Avenue, Charlotte, N. C. 
Denoyer-Geppert Co.: J. D. Taylor, 1201 Marlwood Ter., Charlotte, N. C. 
Encyclopedia Britannica Films: Lawton Wiles, 648 Allister Drive, Charlotte, N. C. 
Gray and Creech, Inc.: William H. Godfrey, 15 N. West Street, Raleigh, N. C. 
The Lanier Company: Carl B. Liles, Branch Manager, 405 West Peace Street, Raleigh, N. C. 
McGraw-Hill Text Film Division: Richard L. Wagner, 1721 Queens Rd., Charlotte 7, N. C. 
McGraw-Hill Text Film Division: 330 West 42nd Street, New York 36. N. Y. 
National School & Industrial Corp.: James W. Bradshaw, 3050 Lewis Farm Rd., 

Raleigh, N. C. 
National School & Industrial Corp.: H. B. Mayo, Falkland, N. C. 

National School & Industrial Corp.: W. J. Bailey, 1706 Fairview Rd., Raleigh. N. C. 
National School & Industrial Corp.: C. A. Majure, 622 Wimbleton Dr., Raleigh, N. C. 
National School & Industrial Corp.: R. R. Williams, Box 970, Lumberton, N. C. 
National School & Industrial Corp.: C. L. Farthing, Mocksville, N. C. 
National School & Industrial Corp.: T. Penn Noell, Jr., Timberlake, N. C. 

National School & Industrial Corp.: E. E. Carter, President, 14 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh, N. C. 
A. J. Nystrom & Co.: John W. Blanchard, Rt. 2, Burlington, N. C. 
Southern School Service, Inc.: W. R. Hackett, P. O. Box 11, Lake Lure, N. C. 
Southern School Service, Inc.: James W. Reed, Jr., Woolsey Heights, Waynesville, N. C. 
Southern School Service, Inc.: John M. Rigdon, 100 Barclay Rd., Chapel Hill, N. C. 
Southern School Service, Inc.: Charles F. Thorburn, 302 West Ray St., High Point, N. C. 
Southern School Service, Inc., Kin McNeil, Sales Manager, Canton, N. C. 
Stanley Bowman: William H. Waring, 155 Victoria St., Elkin, N. C. 
Stones, Inc.: H. L. Stone, 329 W. Hargett St.. Raleigh, N. C. 
Stones, Inc.: William Stone, 329 W. Hargett St., Raleigh, N. C. 
Stones, Inc.: Charles Hoyt, Jr., Washington, N. C. 
Stones, Inc.: B. E. Lohr, Lumberton, N. C. 
Stones, Inc.: Jack Brown, Morganton, N. C. 
Stones, Inc.: 500 E. Fourth St., Charlotte, N. C. 

Tarmac Audiovisual Company: Jack L. McCracken, 71 North Market St., Asheville, N. C. 
Tarmac Audiovisual Company: Joe McCracken, 71 North Market St., Asheville, N. C. 
Southeastern Sight & Sound: Wesley C. Wallace, 400 Glenwood Ave., Raleigh, N. C. 
Southeastern Sight & Sound: James LaRoach, 3903 East Bessemer Ave., Greensboro, N. C. 
Southeastern Sight & Sound: W. C. Capps, 2123 S. Tryon St.. Charlotte. N. C. 

ADMINISTRATIVE AND INSTRUCTIONAL PERSONNEL 

For County and City Administrative Units 

Note: County units are printed in bold face capital letters; city units are indicated by 
black face capitals and lower case. A dagger (t) indicates the administrative unit is par- 
ticipating in the Southern Association's program for elementary schools. The number of 
teachers and principals include all teachers employed. Under "Year Accredited" the year 
given is that of the initial year of continuous accreditment. This list shows the ratings for 
the school year ending October 1. 1962. All schools not rated are classified as non-accredited 

and hence are indicated by ruled lines ( ) in the "year accredited" columns. Where no 

elementary or high school is operated, the other columns are indicated by leader lines ( ). 

In the case of high schools an asterisk (*) denotes membership in the Association of Col- 
leges and Secondary Schools of the Southern States. For Negro schools the asterisk (*) 
indicates approval by the Association. Nursery and kindergarten schools indicated by an 
asterisk ( * ) have been approved by the State Department of Public Instruction. 

ALAMANCE 

Board of Education: H. B. Dixon, Chairman, 405 S. 5th St., Mebane; W. W. Lambeth, 
Swepsonville; George C. Neal, Graham: Dr. Carl M. Sellars. Rt. 5, 
Burlington; G. Vance Newlin, Route 1. Haw River. 
Board Attorney: Eugene A. Gordon. Graham 

Superintendent: Calvin C. Linnemann, Box 110, Graham Phone: CA 6-7387 

Express Office: Burlington 
Assistant Superintendent: Henry C. Cole, Graham 



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Supervisors: White — G. B. Robbins, Graham; Mrs. Myrtle Wilson, Graham; Mrs. Maude 
Newton, Burlington 
Negro — Mrs. Maude H. Ivey, 412 Avon Ave., Burlington 
Attendance Worker: Helen Coble, Graham 
Maintenance Supervisor: L. N. Glenn, Graham 
Bus Supervisor: Oliver Teer, Graham 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS 

TAUGHT EXEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
324 145 TOTAL 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEM. H.S. 



-12 _.. 



245 
30 
18 



29 

28 

6 



115 



9-12 

1-8 

9-12 



30 
14 
14 
11 
9 
13 
15 
10 

iij 

79 
6 

13 

19 
3 

10 
6 

22 



white: 

Alexander-Wilson: Holland Manning, Graham, Rt. 3 1961 

Altamahaw-Ossipee: H. O. Brannon, Altamahaw 1951 

30 Eastern High: E. S. Allgood, Mebane, Rt. 2 »1962 

Eli Whitney: Gerald Johnson, Graham, Rt. 2 

Elon College: Mrs. Betty Bowman, Elon College 1962 

E. M. Holt: C. Wilton Hawkins, Burlington, Rt. 1 1952 

Glencoe: Lawrence Walker, Burlington, Rt. 2 

19 Graham High: M. Y. Wilson, Jr., Graham *1922 

North Graham: W. H. Ward, Graham 1938 

_.... South Graham : G. H. Nail, Graham 1962 _ 

Haw River: Hardy Tew, Haw River 1939 

Mebane Public: E. M. Yoder, Mebane 1951 

E. M. Yoder: Robert Chandler, Mebane 1954 

South Mebane: Donald Pennington, Mebane 1962 

Pleasant Grove: E. F. Iseley, Burlington, Rt. 5 

Saxapahaw: John D. Shaw, Saxapahaw 1951 

39 Southern High: L. M. Adcock, Box 432, Graham *196» 

Sylvan : Carter I. Pike, Snow Camp 1955 

27 Western High: A. M. Primm, Elon College, Rt. 2 *1962 

30 negro: 

Elon: Mrs. Leora TroUinger, Graham 1960 

Clover Garden: Thomas Basnight, Rt. 4, Box 57, Burlington 1959 

Graham: Jack O'Kelley, Graham 1962 

Green Level: Minetta V. Robinson, Burlington, Rt. 5 

West End: Dempsey Pettway, Jr., Mebane 1959 

Melville: T. R. Worth, Haw River, Rt. 1 

Pleasant Grove Union: A. B. Williams, Burlington, Rt. 5.. 1962 

30 Central: J. J. Eisbey, Burlington, Rt. 3 



1934 



Non-Public Schools: 

1 1 Private First Grade: 1010 S. Main St., Graham Non-Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Chick-A-Biddy. 1232 S. Main St.. Graham 

J ■■ ., . Elon College Weekday: Mrs. J. Earl Danieley, Haggood Ave., Elon College 

Gracelee: Mrs. Grace Foster, Graham 
Graham First Baptist Church: Mrs. Roy Heath, Graham 
Happy Hours: Mrs. R. N. Cook, Graham 
Johnson Heights: Mrs. Donald Lee, Johnson Ave., Graham 
Sunbeam: Mrs. James Ingold, Graham 
Wilkins Play: Mrs. R. O. Wilkins, Jr., Burlington 

Burlington 

Board of Education: S. Carlysle Isley, Chairman; Mi-s. A. T. Glenn, B. Tate Hoi-ton, R 
Otis Lackey, Dr. Charles E. Kernodle, Jr., Earl Pardue, A. A. Alston. 

Superintendent: L. E. Spikes, Burlington Phone 226-9887 

Assistant Superintendent: Harvey R. Newlin, Burlington P^icme 226-9403 

Supervisors: Mrs. Lucile Stone, Burlington; Mrs. Hazel E. Strickland, Burlington 

Director of Music: Eva A. Wiseman, Burlington 

Supervisor of Instrumental Music: Malvin N. Artley, Burlington 
Special Subjects: Art: Marie Houser, Burlington 

Director of Guidance: David J. Irvine, Burlington 

Industrial and Vocational Education: W. E. Taylor, Burlington 

Science & Audio-Visual: Paul T. Biggers, Burlington 

AttendaTicc Worker: Mrs. Mai-garet Porter, Burlington 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Edith R. Fidler, Burlington 

Maintenance Supervisor: J. Paul Lentz, Burlington 

Public Schools : ■ . .. 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

262 125 TOTAL 

207 106 WHITE: 

7-9 29 14 Broad Street Junior High: S. A. Festa, Burlington 1952 1952 

1-6 23 _ Eastlawn: Mrs. Gwendolyn Fogleman, Burlington 1957 

1-6 13 Elmira: Grace Cheek, Burlington 1952 ......" 

1-6 20 Fisher Street: Don W. Splawn, Burlington . 1938 



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1-6 13 Forest HiU: A. B. Ussery, Jr.. Burlington 1938 

1-6 14 Glenhope: Robert B. Moffett. Burlington 1951 

1-6 25 Grove Park: Alvin R. Hooks, Burlington 1958 

1-6 29 Hillcrest Avenue: Frank Arwood, Burlington 1956 

1-6 17 Maple Avenue: Tyree S. Lindley, Burlington 1938 

7-9 24 15 Turrentine Junior: L. R. Ridenhour, Burlington 1960 1960 

10-12 57 Walter M. Williams: J. W. Harrington, Burlington „ ♦1920 

11-12 20 Industrial Education Center: W. E. Taylor, Director, 

Burlington 

55 19 negro: 

1-6 8 Glen Raven: John T. McDonald, Burlington 

1-6 35 J. F. Gunn: R. E. Mclntyre, Burlington 1948 

7-12 12 18 Jordan Sellars: W. E. Hall, Burlington 'igSO 

11-12 1 Industrial Education Center: W. E. Taylor, Director, 

Burlington _ 

Non-Pttblic Schools: 

1-8 4 Blessed Sacrament: Sister Gonzaga, Burlington Sectarian 

1-5 6 Burlington Day School (Nursery-B) : Mrs. Nina C. Allen 

Burlington Non-Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

White: Blessed Sacrament: Sister Gonsaga, Burlington 
Davis Street: Mrs. Felix Simmons, Burlington 
First Presbyterian: Mrs. Horace Mann, Burlington 
First Reformed United Church of Christ: Mrs. Howard White and 

Mrs. Peter Kukel, Burlington 
First Baptist: Mrs. Claud Kidd, Burlington 
Front Street Methodist: Mrs. Gordon Marshall, Burlington 
Messiah Lutheran: Mrs. C. A. Frye, Burlington 
Northside Baptist: Mrs. S. J. McWatters and Mrs. W. H. Thompson, 

Burlington 
'"Edgewood United Church of Christ: Mrs. Betty Davison, Burlington 

ALEXANDER 

Board of Education: Bill L. Mauney, Chairman, Taylorsville; Roy Rogers, Taylorsville; 
Hal Teague, Taylorsville, Rt. 1; Leslie 0. Millsaps, Hiddenite 

Superintendent: Sloane W. Payne, Taylorsville Phone ME 2-3252 

Supervisor: Mrs. Ruth Johnson Wilson, Hudson 
Special Education: William W. PuUiam, Taylorsville 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Clerge G. Wilson, Taylorsville 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

93 45 TOTAL 

85 39 WHITE: 

1-8 9 Bethlehem: David C. Campbell, Taylorsville 1954 _ 

1-8 11 EUendale: Carl Dagenhart, Taylorsville 1958 

1-12 16 9 Hiddenite: W. W. Stockman. Hiddenite 1924 

1-12 10 8 Stony Point: Herman C. Dagenhart, Stony Point 1956 1924 

1-8 10 Sugar Loaf: Harvey M. Young. Taylorsville „ 

1-12 21 22 Taylorsville: Dwight L. Isenhour. Taylorsville 1922 

1-8 8 Wittenburg: Dan Byrd, Lenoir, Rt. 2 1957 

negro: 

1-12 8 6 Happy Plains: H. G. Rose, Taylorsville 1938 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Presbyterian Day: Mrs. Frank Matheson, Taylorsville 

ALLEGHANY 

Board of Education: Arthur Gambill, Chairman, Sparta; Louis Mitchell, Piney Creek; and 
Howard Carpenter, Ennice 

Superintendent: J. E. Rufty, Sparta Phone: 372-4345 

Express Office — Galax, Va. 
Supervisor: None 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Lorn J. Higgins, Sparta 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELBM. H.S. 

48 20 TOTAL 



Alleghany-Anson 



37 



46 20 white: 

1-8 9 Glade Creek: David L. Phipps, Ennice 1957 

1-8 4 Laurel Springs: Mrs. Lucy Waddell, Laurel Springs - — — 

1-12 8 5 Piney Creek: John Woodruff, Piney Creek 1956 1923 

1-12 22 15 Sparta: Ray H. Walker, Sparta 1955 1923 

Special Education: 

2 Mrs. Thelma Davis and Charles Dean Choate, Sparta 

2 negro: 

1-8 2 Cherry Lane: J. M. Hickerson, Sparta 

Non-Public Schools: 
8-12 6 Glade Valley: W. C. Thompson, Glade Valley Sectarian 1920 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 



ANSON 

Board of Education: B. T. McRae, Chairman, Peachland; F. A. Huntley, Wadesboro; G. K. 

Martin, Wadesboro, Rt. 1; W. C. Webb, Wadesboro, Rt. 3; J. B. 

Wall, LilesviUe 
Board Attorney: H. P. Taylor, Sr., Wadesboro 

Superintendent: R. O. McCollum, Wadesboro Phone : MY 4-3313 

Supervisor: W. Gerald Smith, Wadesboro 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Mae L. Ratliff, Wadesboro 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Boyce McLester, Polkton, Rt. 2 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

92 51 TOTAL 



9-12 

1-8 
1-8 
1-8 
1-8 
1-8 



1-12 
1-12 
1-12 
1-12 



37 25 white: 

25 Anson High: Arthur C. Summers, Wadesboro 

9 Ansonville: George B. Smart, Ansonville 1943 

5 Burnsville: Royal P. Lancaster, Polkton, Rt. 2 

11 LilesviUe: Mrs. Lurline J. DeBell. LilesviUe 1941 

7 Peachland : James P. Adcock, Peachland 1956 

5 Polkton : George A. Williams, Polkton 



26 
5 



negro: 

East Polkton: Reece B. Sinclair, Polkton 1955 1942 

Henry Grove: T. W. Bennett, LilesviUe 1939 

West Ansonville: Maxter E. Allen, Ansonville 1938 

West Deep Creek: Junius Campbell, Wadesboro 



Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten : None 

Morven 

Board of Education: V. L. Wall, Chairman, Morven; W. E. Steagall, Jr., Travis Northcutt, 

F. L. Huntley, Jr., E. F. Canipe 
Board Attorney: H. P. Taylor, Wadesboro 
Superintendent: J. 
Supervisor: None 
Attendance Worker: 
Public Schools: 



W. Jenkins, Moi-ven Phone: UL 1-3335 

Mrs. Rowena H. Sikes, Morven 



GRADES TEACHERS 
TAUGHT ELEM. H.S 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEM. H.S. 



NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
27 14 TOTAL 

8 6 white: 

1-12 8 6 Morven: James B. Bowles, Morven 1942 1924 

19 8 negro: 

1-12 19 8 McRae: John R. Davis, Morven 1942 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Wadesboro t 

Board of Education: Charles L. Little, Chairman, Wadesboro; George B. Snuggs, Charles 
Shelton, Kenneth Home, Mrs. James Forlaw, Mrs. R. C. Covington, 
J. D. McLeod. 

Board Attorney: H. P. Taylor, Sr., Wadesboro 

Superintendent: W. L. Wildermuth, Wadesboro Phone: MY 4-4417 

Supervisor: H. Boyd Israel 

Attendance Worker: Mrs. Rowena Sikes 



38 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Public Sehooh: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITBD 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

55 27 TOTAL 

30 17 white: 

1-6 23 Central: Charles H. Riddle, Wadesboro 19B6 

7-12 7 17 Wadesboro: R. Donald Kennedy, Wadesboro 1956 ♦1920 

25 10 negro: 

1-12 25 10 Faison: John R. Marable, Box 339, Wadesboro 1959 1930 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Miss Plunketts: Mary Plunkett, 623 W. Ave., Wadesboro 
Miss Rose's: Harriett Rose, Camden St., Wadesboro 

ASHE 

Board of Education: Bradley E. Sturgill, Chairman, Grassy Creek; Arthur Rose, Glendale 
Springs; Clyde Houck, Todd; G. O. Burgess, West Jefiferson; R. R. 
Badger, West Jefiferson; Jake Little, WarrensviUe 

Board Attorney: Johnston & Johnston 

SuperinteTident: Frank James, Jefferson Phone: 246-3321 

Express Office: West Jefferson 

Supervisor: Blanche Pugh, Jefferson 

Guidance Director: Glen Hentschel, Jefferson 

Attendance Worker: Guy Spencer, Jefferson 

Chief Bus Mechanic: D. P. Waugh, Jefferson 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

127 63 TOTAL 

125 62 WHITE: 

9-12 19 Ashe Central: R. O. Jackson, Jefferson 1958 

9-12 18 Beaver Creek: Paul Bingham, West Jefferson 1954 

1-8 6 Elkland : James J. Miller, Todd _ 

1-8 8 Fleetwood: Stewart Scott, Fleetwood 1961 _ 

1-7 3 Glendale Springs: Ernest Bare, Glendale Springs _ 

1-8 8 Healing Springs: James Church, Grumpier 1952 _ 

1-5 2 Helton: Alta V. Perkins, Lansing „ 

1-8 22 Jefferson: Robert Woodie, Jefferson 1958 

1-12 21 12 Lansing: Truett EUer, Lansing 1952 1927 

1-8 11 Nathan's Creek: Paul Perkins, Grumpier 1961 

1-12 19 7 Riverview: Paul Miller, Fig 1935 

9-12 6 Virginia-Carolina: Paul Heaton, Grassy Creek 1922 

1-8 22 West Jefferson: Robert Davis, West Jefferson 1960 _ 

1-6 4 White Oak: Edgar Barr, Lansing 

2 1 negro: 

1-12 2 1 Bristol Central: John C. Miller, Jefferson 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

AVERY 

Board of Education: J. F. Hampton, Chairman, Linville; M S. Wise, Crossnore; B. S. 

Dobbin, Banner EUc 
Board Attorney: Charles Hughes, Newland 

Superintendent: W. K. Anderson, Newland Phone: REpublic 3-2191 

Express OflBce: Spruce Pine 
Supervisor: Mrs. Edith B. Isaacs, Elk Park 
Attendance Worker: None 
Chief Bus Mechanic: J. B. Shell, Newland 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS EXEM. H.S. 

86 36 TOTAL 

white: 

Banner Elk: Zelzah McCoury, Newland, Rt. 1 1952 

Beech Mountain: N. E. Johnson, Minneapolis 1953 

16 Cranberry : J. T. Tanner, Newland 1932 

12 Crossnore: R. E. Woodside, Crossnore 1953 1922 

Elk Park: Harry McGee, Minneapolis 1951 

Minneapolis: Horton Cooper, Minneapolis 1950 

Newland : J. C. Beasley, Newland 1955 1953 





85 


35 


1-8 


10 




1-8 


6 




9-12 




16 


1-12 


18 


12 


1-8 


12 




1-8 


9 




1-12 


19 


7 



Ashe-Avery-Beaufort 39 

1-8 11 Riverside: Robert E. Hobson, Minneapolis 1956 

1 1 negro: 
1-12 1 1 Toe River: Josephine A. Houston, Rt. 1, Newland 

Non-Public Schools: 
_ Seventh Day Adventist: Banner Elk Sectarian 

Nuraery and Kindergarten: 

Crossnore School: Mrs. Joe Henson, Crossnore 

BEAUFORT 

Board of Education: W. B. Voliva, Chairman, Belhaven; John C. Broome, Aurora; Jasper 
Warren, Chocowinity; Ernest Slack, Pinetown; John Henry Singleton, 
Washington; Ralph H. Hodges, Jr., Washington 

Board Attorney: L. H. Rose, Washington 

Superintendent: W. F. Veasey, Washington Phone: WHitney 6-2591 

Supervisor of Instruction: Gray Hodges, Washington 

Supervisor of Music: Mrs. Rosemary M. Long, Washington 

Director of Guidance: Mrs. Flora H. Brown, Washington 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: W. M. Harris, Washington 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

131 74 TOTAL 

70 50 WHITE: 

1-12 9 8 Aurora: Jackson B. Harris, Aurora 1961 1925 

1-12 12 14 Bath: R. B. Forbes, Bath 1939 1925 

1-12 18 10 Chocowinity: Henry E. Rogers, Chocowinity 1939 1936 

1-12 14 9 John A. Wilkinson: I. L. Leary, Belhaven 1939 1922 

1-12 10 9 Pantego: J. A. Windley, Pantego 1951 1922 

1-8 7 Pinetown: Ward M. Woolard, Pinetown 1951 

61 24 negro: 

1-12 17 7 Beaufort County: R. S. Cooper, Pantego 1959 

1-12 18 8 Belhaven : Richmond P. Carr, Belhaven 1949 

1-8 7 Chocowinity Elementary: Nathaniel James, Chocowinity.. 

1-12 19 9 S. W. Snowden: G. T. Swinson, Aurora 

Non-Public Schools: 
1-10 1 1 Terra Ceia Christian: Richard W. Parry, 

Pantego Sectarian ( Non.-Denom. ) 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Washingtonf 

Board of Education: Leon C. Thompson, Chairman; Frank Kugler, Fred Adair, A. B. 
Futrell, James Bagwell, Fred Mallison, Wilson Leggett, Mrs. C. A. 
Mann, and Mrs. E. W. Larkin, Jr. 
Board Attorney: L. H. Ross, Washington 

Superintendent: Edwin A. West, Washington PftoTle: WH 6-2557 

Supervisor: Ada L. Jarvis, Washington 

Elementary Science Supervisor: H. K. Estep, Washington 

Special Education: Speech: Gwen Barnes, Washington 

Educable: Ella T. Smith, Washington 

Betty J. McNeill, Washington 
Rebecca Moore, Washington 
Catherine M. Buxton, Washington 
Trainable: Margaret L. Taylor, Washington 
Guidance Director: Shepherd R. Grist, Washington 
Director, Adult Education: John T. O'Neal, Washington 
Maintenance Engineer: H. L. Mann, Washington 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

114 54 TOTAL 

67 34 white: 

8-12 8 34 Washington High: J. T. Kornegay, Washington 1949*1920 

1-7 40 John Small: Sam L. Grist. Jr., Washington 1940 _ 

1-6 16 Tayloe: Harold L. Tyer, Washington _ 

(All schools, special education) 

47 20 negro: 

7-12 8 20 P. S. Jones High: W. M. Daniels, Jr., Washington. 

1-7 28 Washington: W. H. Beason, Washington. 



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1-8 9 Mineola: Leon Randolph, Jr., Washington 

2 (All schools, special education) 

Non-Public Schools: 

NEGRO : 

1-8 3 „ St. Agnes. Sister M. Pius, 1120 N. Market St Sectarian 

1-12 4 3 Mother of Mercy, Sister Nadine. 114 W. 9th St. .. Sectarian 1937 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Community: Mrs. Heber Windley 

St. Peter's Episcopal: Mrs. Richard Dunston 

BERTIE 

Board of Education: George W. Capehart, Jr., Chairman: Rt. 2, Windsor; Mrs. Marion 
C. Perry, Colerain; A. Judson Jilcott, Roxobel; Johnnie Walker, 
Windsor; George W. Jernigan, Rt. 1, Windsor. 
Board Attorney: William L. Cooke, Windsor 

Superintendent: J. L. Dupree, Windsor Phone: PY 4-3173 

Superviaore: White — Esther E. Martin, Windsor 

Negro — Mrs. Elizabeth B. Smallwood, Windsor 
Special Education: White — Mrs. Martha Sue S. Todd, Windsor 

Negro — Mrs. Raie B. Cherry, Windsor 
Guidance Counselor: White — Mrs. Mary Lee Griffin, Woodville, N. C. 
Lee R. Hall, Windsor, N. C. 
Negro — Mrs. Willie F. Dawson, Windsor, N. C. 
Mildred M. Simons, Powellsville, N. C. 
Coordinator of Libraries: White — Lowell A. Speight, Windsor, N. C. 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: F. M. Edwards, Windsor 
School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Virginia M. Goldstein, Windsor 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEH. H.S. 

178 78 TOTAL 

63 35 white: 

1-7 5 Askewville: Mrs. Jeannette S. Shaw, Windsor 

1-12 11 7 Aulander: P. T. Jones, Aulander 1940 1920 

1-12 8 7 Colerain : Martin V. Lee, Colerain 1950 1925 

1-12 5 4 Mars Hill: Maurice D. James, Colerain 1943 

1-8 5 Merry Hill: James P. Love, Merry Hill 

1-8 9 West Bertie: Franklin B. Bailey, Roxobel 1953 

9-12 5 West Bertie High: Bobby L. Crisp, Lewiston 1931 

1-12 20 12 Windsor: Franklin L. Britt, Windsor 1949 1922 

110 43 negro: 

1-7 2 Aulander: Freddie R. Johnson, Aulander 

1-8 3 Carter-Bond: William S. Bell, Windsor _ 

1-8 16 _ Colerain: Zebedee D. Raynor, Colerain 

1-12 12 13 Charles G. White: Theophius M. Garriss, Powellsville 1931 

1-8 4 _ Indian Woods: Mrs. Pollie H. Outlaw, Windsor 

1-12 15 11 John B. Bond High: John B. Bond, Jr., Lewiston 

1-8 9 John P. Law: Grady G. Rice, Sr., Windsor 

1-7 2 Kings: Grady G. Rice, Jr., Windsor 

1-7 2 Merry Meta: Mrs. Hazel B. Basemore, Windsor 

1-8 5 Piney Woods Chapel: Waved Ruffin, Ahoskie _ 

1-7 2 _ Red Hill: Mrs. ZeteU G. Watson, Windsor 

1-6 1 Rogers : Cora A. Boone, Kelford 

1-8 11 Roxobel-Kelford : George G. Moore, Roxobel 1962 

1-4 2 Sams Chapel: Mrs. Emeline C. Carter, Windsor _ 

1-6 1 _ Spring Hill: Mrs. Catherine W. Bonds, Lewiston 

1-5 2 Weeping Mary: Mrs. Maudie M. Phillips, Lewiston 

1-8 3 Woodard: William D. Lassiter, Windsor 

1-12 18 19 W. S. Etheridge: J. Whitted Bond, Windsor 1931 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Burden: Mrs. Annie Gray Burden, Windsor 
Mt. Olive: Mrs. Audrey Brown, Rt. 1, Windsor 

BLADEN 

Board of Education: G. Sloan Council, Chairman, White Oak; R. C. Bridger, Bladenboro, 
J. E. Henry, Kelly; Dr. Julian F. Keith. Jr., Clarkton; C. R. Potter, 
Elizabethtown 

Board Attorney'. H. H. Clark, Elizabethtown 

Superintendent: D. M. Calhoun, Elizabethtown Phone: UN 2-3187 

Asst. Superintendent: W. J. Hair, Elizabethtown 

Supervisors: White — Clifton E. Crawford, Elizabethtown 

Negro — Mrs. Mary Barnes Smith, Elizabethtown 



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Special Supervisors: Guidance — J. C. Lamm, Elizabethtown 

Psychological Services — J. W. Sumner, Elizabethtown 
Attendance Worker: Lon R. Williams, Elizabethtown 
Chief Bus Mechanic: R. F. Sessoms, White Oak 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

215 101 TOTAL 
111 56 WHITE: 

1-12 41 19 Bladenboro: J. W. Black, Bladenboro 1943 1921 

1-12 13 9 Clarkton: W. R. Lathan, Clarkton 1954 1920 

1-8 8 Dublin: W. D. Robinson, Dublin 

1-12 25 14 EUzabethtown: F. H. McClure, Elizabethtown 1947 1920 

1-8 7 Hickory Grove: H. T. Smith, Garland 

1-8 4 Kelly: P. N. Holder, Kelly 

1-12 7 7 Tar Heel: Thurston Little, Tar Heel 1935 

1-12 6 5 White Oak: C. P. Ashley, White Oak 1960 1920 

2 (Librarians) 
104 45 negro: 

1-8 6 Baltimore: George C. Abraham, Council 

1-12 31 18 Bladen Central: C. M. Carraway, Elizabethtown — *1931 

1-12 20 11 Booker T. Washington: A. G. Walker, Clarkton 1962 1936 

1-12 9 10 East Arcadia: L. G. Muldrow, Acme, Rt. 1 1960 1940 

1-6 3 Mt. Olive: J. F. Andrews, Elizabethtown 

1-8 5 Natmore: J. F. McLaurin, Kelly, R 

1-8 5 New Light: Sylvester Brown, White Oak, R 

1-8 9 Plain View: H. M. Evans, Tar Heel, Rt. 1 1962 

1-7 4 Porterville: Mrs. Mary M. Watson, Clarkton, Rt. 2 

1-12 10 5 Spaulding-Monroe: J. L. Powell, Bladenboro 1962 1957 

1 (Speech Therapist) 

1 1 (Librarians) 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Bladenboro: Mrs. H. J. White, Jr., Bladenboro 
Jack and Jill: Mrs. M. L. Fisher, Elizabethtown 
Rainbow: Mrs. Ruth Thompson, Elizabethtown 

BRUNSWICK 

Board of Education: C. Y. Coleman, Chairman, Ashe; L. C. Rourk, Shallotte: Roy G. 

Sellers, Winnabow; Arthur J. Dosher, Southport; Howard Williamson, 

Leland 

Board Attorney: S. Bunn Frink, Southport Phone: GLadstone 7-3161 

Superintendent: J. G. Long, Southport Phone: GLadstone 7-2691 

Supervisor: Mrs. Gertrude Loughlin, Southport Phone: GLadstone 7-6144 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Herman S. Love, Shallotte Phone: PLaza 4-8106 

Public Schools: 

grades TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

132 77 TOTAL 

75 45 white: 

1-12 10 7 Bolivia: J. P. Snipes, Bolivia 1930 

1-12 13 9 Leland: Rockfellow Venters, Leland 1927 

1-12 27 14 Shallotte: Winfred Johnson. Shallotte 1952 1930 

1-12 12 7 Southport: William N. Williams, Southport 1940 1923 

1-12 13 8 Waccamaw: L. A. Bruton, Ashe 1930 

57 32 negro: 

1-12 12 10 Brunswick Training: A. C. Caviness, Southport 1929 

1-8 6 Cedar Grove: H. B. Greene, Supply 

1-12 18 10 Lincoln: James F. Clemmons, Leland 

1-8 6 Longwood: Phlander R. Hankins, Longwood 

1-8 3 Piney Grove: Kenneth Bellamy, Bolivia 

1-12 12 12 Union: Jonathan Hankins, Shallotte 1961 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

BUNCOMBEf 

Board of Education: J. G. Northcott, Chairman, Black Mountain; Charles C. Bell, Ashe- 
ville; C. G. Roberts, Alexander; J. M. Cauble, Asheville; Mrs. Ben W. 
Davis, Asheville 

Board Attorney: Lawrence C. Stoker, Asheville 

Superintendent: T. C. Roberson, Box 7557, Asheville Phone: AL 2-9971 



42 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Assistant Superintendent: R. A. Tomberlin, Asbeville 
Business Manager: Hal Weir, Asheville 

Supervisors: White — L. P. Miller, Asheville: N. C. Shuford, Asheville; Ann Sherwood, 
Asheville; Helen Wells, Asheville; Mrs. Inez Hoskins, Asheville 
Negro — Mrs. Lucy S. Herring, Asheville 
Director of Guidance Services: James B. Liner, Asheville 
Attendance Worker: Carl Conley, Asheville 
Chief Bus Mechanic: C. P. Stirewalt, Asheville 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Carrie B. Woodard, Box 7557, Asheville 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCRBDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

476 213 TOTAL 

460 213 white: 

9-12 31 A. C. Reynolds: Clark Pennell, Rt. 2, Asheville __ 1956 

1-12 2 1 Asheville Orthopedic Hospital: Jean Sentz, Asheville 

1-8 15 Bamardsville: S. O. Wilde, Barnardsville 1954 

1-8 19 Biltmore: Ben W. Norton, Biltmore 1941 

1-4 20 Black Mountain Prim: L. T. Keever, Black Mountain 1957 

5-8 21 Black Mountain Gram: J. W. Owen, Black Mountain 1958 

1-8 29 Candler: Geter C. Robinson, Candler 1941 . 

9-12 35 Chas. D. Owen: Fred H. Martin, Swannanoa 1956 

1-8 16 Chas. C. Bell: Hugh R. Sizemore, Maple Springs Rd., 

Asheville 

9-12 46 Clyde A. Erwin: Robert L. McElrath. Rt. 4, Asheville 1956 

1-8 2 Eliada: Mrs. Alyne W. Frost, Rt. 4, Asheville 

1-8 12 Emma: Randall Duckett, 550 N. Louisiana Ave., Asheville.. 1958 

9-12 41 Enka: Hugh M. Tomberlin, Enka 'igse 

1-8 20 Fairview: Herman C. Morgan, Fairview 1956 

1-8 12 Flat Creek: Bruce M. Tomberlin. Rt. 2, Weaverville 1939 _ 

1-8 7 French Broad: Leon Hall, Alexander 1960 

1-8 22 Haw Creek: J. M. Plemmons, Tunnel Rd., Asheville 1953 

1-8 10 Johnston: Carroll R. Sorrell, 230 Johnston Blvd., Asheville 1943 _ 

1-8 17 _ Leicester: W. C. Ramsey, Leicester 1943 

9-12 33 North Buncombe: Wm. E. Reeves, Weaverville 1956 

1-8 26 Oakley: M. L. Nesbitt. Biltmore 1945 

1-8 11 _ Pisgah: James J. Robinson, Rt. 1, Candler 1955 

1-8 8 Red Oak: Edwin McDevitt, Rt. 3, Weaverville 1950 

1-8 40 Sand Hill: C. C. Marr, 154 Sand Hill School Rd., AsheviDe 1951 

1-8 3 Sandy Mush: Robert L. Young, Rt. 2, Leicester 

1-8 33 Swannanoa: Ralph L. Smith, Swannanoa 1949 „ 

9-12 27 T. C. Roberson: L. Guy Ensley, Skyland 1962 

1-8 33 Valley Springs: Wm. W. Estes, Skyland 1939 

1-8 11 Venable: Chas. L. Shuford, Rt. 3, Asheville 1957 

1-4 17 Weaverville Prim.: Robert McDarris, Weaverville 

5-8 15 Weaverville Gram.: Chas. M. Lominac, Weaverville 

1-8 18 West Buncombe: Ed Roberson, Rt. 4, Asheville 1957 

1-12 1 _ Western N. C. Sanatorium: A. M. Moser, Black Mountain.. 

1-8 21 Woodfin, Guy Bentley, Elk Mountain Rd., Asheville 1958 

16 NEGRO: 

1-7 5 Carver: Charles U. James, Black Mountain 

1-8 11 Shiloh : J. C. Daniels, Biltmore 1959 

Non-PubUc Schools: 

white: 

1-8 2 Asheville Pisgah: Candler, Rt. 2 Sectarian 

7-12 6 8 Christ: David P. Harris, Arden Sectarian *1928 

9-12 15 Mt. Pisgah Academy: Edward Reifsnider, 

Candler Sectarian 1946 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Candler: Mrs. G. W. Llewellyn, Hominy Bapt. Ch., Candler 
Mrs. Herman's: Mrs. E. K. Herman, Waynesville 
Mary Ellen: Mary Wright, 61 Lincoln Ave., Biltmore 

Ashevillef 

Board of Education: Mrs. Don R. Printz, Chairman; Beaman L. Pinner, Dr. Michael F. 

Keleher, Traynham Houston, Philip N. Sales 
Board Attorney: James S. Howell, Asheville 

Superintendent: W. P. Griffin, Asheville Phone: Area Code 704, AL 3-0551 

Assistant Superintendent — Administration: O. L. Norment, Asheville 
Assistant Superintendent — Business: Melvin H. Taylor, Asheville 
Supervisors: Elementary (white) — Jennie O. Creasman, Asheville 

Elementary (Negro) — Mrs. Lucy S. Herring (same as county), Asheville 
Secondary Education — Mrs. Sylvia A. Airheart 
Special Subjects: Audio- Visual & Libraries — Mrs. Frances Brown, Asheville 
Music (white) — Mrs. Frances Martin, Asheville 
Music (Negro) — Mamie Howell, Asheville 
Instrumental Music— Ed Benson, Asheville 
Attendance Worker: (white and Negro) — Mrs. Elizabeth McCanless, Asheville 



Burke 43 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Evelyn James, Asheville 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

281 136 TOTAL 

204 105 white: 

7-9 28 10 David Millard, Jr.: Clyde A. Holsclaw, AsheviUe 1939 1920 

7-9 23 9 Hall Fletcher, Jr.: Robert K. PhiUips, AsheviUe 1939 1920 

10-12 63 Lee H. Edwards: Donald D. Jones, Asheville *1920 

1-6 23 Aycock: Richard Robinson, Asheville 1940 

1-6 21 Claxton: Frank D. Hardin, AsheviUe 1952 

1-7 28 Jones: Ira B. Jones, Asheville 1941 

1-6 13 Newton: O. S. Clark, Asheville 1939 _ 

1-7 22 Randolph: Gilmer Graham, AsheviUe 1953 

1-6 14 Rankin: C. A. Ballard, Asheville 1943 _ 

1-6 24 Vance: H. W. Haden. Asheville 1951 

20 Industrial Education Center: T. W. Simpson, Director _ 

8 3 (Not assigned) 

77 31 negro: 

1-7 4 Burton: Mrs. Alsie Bovian, AsheviUe 1962 

1-8 31 HiU Street, Mrs. Rita H. Lee, Asheville 1946 

1-7 24 Livingston Street, Arthur Edington, AsheviUe 1958 _ 

1-6 16 Herring, Mrs. Gertrude D. Jones, AsheviUe 1945 

9-12 31 Stephens-Lee, Joseph E. Belton, AsheviUe _ *1925 

2 (Not assigned) 

Non-Public Schools: 

white: 

9-12 7 Asheville Catholic High: Sister Mary Inez Underwood, 

285 Victoria Rd Sectarian 1952 

1-12 9 7 Asheville Country Day: 1345 HendersonviUe 

Rd Non-Sectarian 

8-12 3 14 AsheviUe School for Boys: David R. FaU Non-Sectarian 1920 

8-12 3 9 Ben Lippen Boys: A. C. Fortosis, Rt. 4 Non-Sectarian 1944 

1-8 9 Gibbons HaU for Boys: 12 Oakland Rd Sectarian 

9-12 9 Plonk School of Creative Arts: No. 1 Sunset 

Parkway Non-Sectarian 

1-8 6 St. Eugene Catholic: Sister Annunciate, 12 

Culvern St Sectarian 

9-12 1 St. Genevieve-of-the-Pines : Mother Potts, Victoria 

Road Sectarian _ *1920 

1-8 7 Genevieve-of-the-Pines: Mother Quinn, Victoria 

Rd Sectarian 

1-8 5 St. Joan of Arc: Mother Anne Corbett, 915 Haywood 

Rd Sectarian 

negro: 

8-12 11 Allen High: Julia Titus, 331 College St Sectarian *1924 

1-8 4 St. Anthony of Padua: Sister M. Francelia, 56 Walton 

St Sectarian _ 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Asheville Christian Day School: Ethelyn Cole, 979 Patton Ave. 
AsheviUe Country Day School: Mrs. Janet Hamilton, 1345 Henderson- 
viUe Rd. 
AsheviUe Day Nursery and Kindergarten: Mrs. E. D. Sumeral, 134 

Montford Ave. 
Biltmore Methodist Church: Mrs. E. W. Ward 
Central Methodist Church: Mrs. Hal Morris, Church St. 
Child's Garden: Mrs. O. V. Himes, 124 Logan Ave. 
*Mrs. Dunlop's Classes: Mrs. Harrison Dunlop, 59 Edgemont Rd. 
• Emmanuel Lutheran Church: Luter St. & Wilburn PI. 

First Baptist: Mrs. R. W. Pace, Oak and Woodfin Sts. 
Groce Methodist Church: Mrs. S. P. Greer, 950 Tunnel Rd. 
Happy Home Playschool: Mrs. E. B. Ray, 9 Pearson Dr. 
Happy House Playschool: Mrs. L. M. Becton, 69 Madeline Ave. 
Holly-Day School: Mrs. Peter HoUoway, 139 Overlook Rd. 
Kenilworth: Mrs. J. J. Stone, 76 Sheridan Rd. 
Kenilworth Presbyterian: Mrs. Hugh Cole, 356 Kenilworth St. 
♦Little Beaver College: Mrs. D. F. Blount, 25 Tsali Tr. 
The Little School: Mrs. P. M. Fields, 7 Coleman Ave. 
Lutheran Church: Mrs. Don Adams, Wilshire Park 
Lutheran Church: Mrs. Opal Green, French Broad Ave. 
Mary Elizabeth Kindergarten: Mrs. Frank Hunnicutt, Chann's Cove Rd. 
Plonk School of Creative Arts: 1 Sunset Parkway 
St. Joan of Arc: Mrs. W. S. Russell, Haywood Rd. 
West Asheville Church: Mrs. Lee Mastin, 690 Haywood Rd. 

BURKE 

Board of Education: George W. Williams, Jr., Chairman, Valdese; L. H. McNeely, Mor- 
ganton; J. Perry Abernethy, Hildebran; Warlick P. Avery, Route 
5, Morganton; Johnny E. Hildebrand, Route 1, Connelly Springs 

Board Attorney: O. L. Horton, Morganton 



44 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Superintendent: R. L. Patton, Box 85, Morgan ton Phone: 437-5601 

Supervisors: H. S. — John L. Johnson, Box 85, Morganton; Elem. — Mrs. Helen F. McNeely, 

Box 85, Morganton 
Guidance Counselors: M. Elizabeth Greeson, Box 85, Morganton; V. M. McNeely, Box 85, 

Morganton 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Lillian W. Butler, Box 85, Morganton 
Maintenance Supervisor: Burgin P. Brown, Box 85, Morganton 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Zennie Cox, Box 85, Morganton 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

203 90 TOTAL 

193 90 -white: 

1-8 9 „ Chesterfield: L. Alton Horton, Rt. 7, Box 43, Morganton.. 1951 

9-12 17 Drexel High: Harry L. Hallyburton, Drexel 1937 

4-8 16 Drexel Elementary: Garnie L. Brendel, Drexel 1942 

1-3 10 Drexel Primary: Frances M. Huffman, Drexel 1958 

1-12 15 8 George Hildebran : E. A. Rhoney, Rt. 1, Box 268, 

Connelly Springs 1959 1939 

9-12 20 Hildebran High: Zeno E. Crump, Hildebran 1937 

4-8 19 Hildebran Elementary: Lohr E. Loveland, Hildebran 1958 

1-3 12 Hildebran Primary: Mrs. Mary S. Johnson, Hildebran 1958 

1-8 17 Icard : Henry E. Clontz, Icard 1943 

1-8 3 Jonas Ridge: Mrs. Agnes M. Swift, Jonas Ridge _ 

1-8 14 Mull: Clyde N. Young, Route 4, Box 90, Morganton 1953 

1-12 16 12 Oak HiU: William F. Brown, Jr., Rt. 5, Box 216, 

Morganton 1943 1950 

1-8 6 Pilot Mountain: J. Lenn Rader, Rt. 1, Box 212, Morganton 

1-8 14 Rutherford College: C. R. Stroupe, Rutherford College 1941 

1-12 14 14 Salem: H. D. Moretz, 1311 Salem Rd., Morganton 1958 1950 

9-12 19 Valdese High: G. D. Wilson, Valdese 1926 

1-8 28 Valdese Elementary: Joseph R. Ramsey, Valdese 1952 

10 negro: 

1-8 3 Corpening: E. Carolyn Crisp, 716 E. Union St., Morganton 

1-8 2 East Drexel: Dellie Berry, Rt. 1, Box B 56, Valdese 

1-8 5 Willow Tree: Frankie M. Carson, Rt. 2, Box 268, 

Morganton 1959 

Non-Public Schools: 

white: 

9-10 2 Morganton Junior Academy: Rt. 1, Morganton .... Sectarian 

1-8 1 Hildebran 7th Day Adventist School: Hildebran. .Sectarian 

Direct State Supported School: 

1-12 N. C. School for the Deaf: Dr. Ben E. Hoffmeyer, Morganton 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Glen Alpine 

Board of Education: Dr. C. L. Walton, Chairman, Glen Alpine; J. B. Melton, H. F. 

Bobbitt, N. O. Pitts, Flay M. Queen 
Board Attorney: Dan R. Simpson, Glen Alpine 

Superintendent: W. A. Young, Glen Alpine Phone: 437-5186 

Supervisor: None 

Attendance Worker: Mrs. Claudia H. Greenlee, Glen Alpine 

Public Schools: 

GRADES teachers YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

39 15 TOTAL 

34 15 WHITE: 

9-12 15 Glen Alpine: W. A. Young, Glen Alpine 1922 

1-8 34 Glen Alpine Elem: E. C. Whitener, Glen Alpine 1958 

5 NEGRO: 

1-8 5 McAlpine: Herbert Gidney, Morganton 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Morganton 

Board of Education: Charles M. Carey, Chairman; Mrs. E. W. Phifer, Jr.; Mrs. L. S. 

Inscoe, P. M. Pearson; F. L. Bowers; C. K. Avery; Dr. A. M. Lang; 

Frank C. Patton, Jr. 
Board Attorney: Frank Patton, Morganton 

Superintendent: Maston S. Parham, Morganton Phone: 437-3571 

Supervisor: O. R. Peterson, Morganton 

Attendance Worker: Mrs. Dorothy D. Ervin, Morganton 



Cabarrus 45 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

68 36 TOTAL 

55 25 white: 

1-6 14 Central: L. H. Hardin, Morganton 1939 

1-6 13 Hillcrest: L. H. Galloway, Morganton 1958 

1-6 13 Forest Hill: C. E. Shankle, Morganton 1961 

7-8 15 Junior High: R. L. Patton, Jr., Morganton 1951 „ 

9-12 25 Morganton Senior: F. C. Schiebout, Morganton »1923 

13 11 negro: 

1-8 13 Mountain View: W. L. McDuffie. Morganton 1959 

9-12 11 Olive Hill: J. H. Carson, Morganton *1930 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Calvary Baptist Nursery-Kindergarten: Mrs. J. William Ross, S. 
Green St. 

First Methodist: Mrs. J. E. Butler, N. King St. 

First Presbyterian Church: Mrs. J. W. Settlemyre, Silver Cr. Rd. 

Morganton Play: Frances Causby 



grades 


teachers 


TAUGHT 


ELEM. 


H.S. 




201 


76 




172 


76 


1-7 


7 . 




1-12 


15 


9 


1-12 


24 


11 


1-12 


25 


10 


1-12 


33 


16 


1-12 


22 


10 


1-6 


11 . 




1-12 


35 


20 



CABARRUSt 

Board of Education: H. E. Cline, Chairman, Route 3, Concord; L. C. Harmon, Concord; 

S. J. Black, Midland; A. H. Harris, Concord; A. W. KeUey, Kan- 

napolis 
Board Attorney: Hartsell and Mills, Concord 

Superintendent: C. A. Furr, Box 867, Concord Phone: STate 2-6313 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Mittie H. Caldwell, Concord; 

R. Brown McAllister. Mt. Pleasant 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Mary B. Haigh, Concord 
Chief Bus Mechanic: T. H. Furr, Concord 
Public Schools: 

YR. accredited 
NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

TOTAL 

white: 

A. T. Allen: Richard E .Swaringen, Rt. 1, Concord -- 

Bethel: S. R. McEachern, Rt. 1, Midland 1939 1928 

Harrisburg: R. M. Peele, Harrisburg 1939 1928 

Hartsell: C. L. Evans, Swink Street, Concord 1942 1932 

Mt. Pleasant-McAllister: L. W. McCarn, Mt. Pleasant 1951 *1928 

Odell : J. B. Mitchell, Route 2, Concord 1939 1930 

Royal Oaks: R. F. Weaver, 608 Dakota St., Kannapolis 1950 

WinecofE: H. L. Hart, Box 3276, Wil-Mar Sta., Concord 1940 *1928 

29 negro: 

1-8 29 Shankletown: F. D. Duncan, 190 N. Hwy. 29, Concord 1950 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Pleasant Day: Mrs. Billie Cline McAllister, Box 484, Mt. Pleasant 

Concord 

Board of Education: D. B. Austell, Chairman; Arthur W. Thomas, Jr., Dr. G. L. Lang, 
Jr., Richard Gillon, George H. Brown, Mrs. Frances F. Tomlin, 
Mrs. Mary H. Lentz 

Board Attorney: L. E. Earnhardt, Concord 

Superintendent: W. W. Hartsell, Concord Phone: ISZ-ZISI 

Supervisors: White — Sarah E. Walker, Concord 
Negro — Same as county 

Attendance Worker: Same as county 

Public Schools: 

grades teachers yr. accredited 

taught ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

106 59 TOTAL 

80 36 white: 

1-6 9 Beverly Hills: Joseph N. Fries, Concord 1956 _ 

1-7 29 Coltrane-Webb: John F. Mclnnis, Concord 1938 

8-12 10 36 Concord High: Ralph A. Glenn, Concord 1945*1920 

1-7 18 Long: Frank H. Braswell, Concord 1941 „ 

1-6 14 R Brown McAllister: Wm. M. Irvin, Concord 1960 

26 23 negro: 
1-12 26 23 Logan : C. C. Griffin, Concord 1940 *1930 

Non-Public Schools: 
1-3 1 _ Grace Lutheran: Chestnut and Tournament Sts.. .Sectarian _ 



GRADES 


TEACHERS 


TAUGHT 


ELEM. 


H.S. 




139 


63 




117 


54 


10-12 . 




39 


8-9 


17 


15 


1-7 


20 .. 




1-7 


25 .. 




1-7 


20 „ 




1-7 


7 _ 




1-7 


8 .. 




1-7 


20 _ 







22 


9 


1-12 


22 


9 



46 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Calvary Lutheran: Mrs. J. R. Shive, 207 Lake Concord Rd. 

First Baptist Church: Mrs. Mary Wall, 49 N. Spring St. 

First Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Myrtle Brandon. N. Church St. 

Mrs. Donnelly's School: Mrs. Thomas M. Donnelly 

Mother Goose: Mrs. Olin J. Shinn, 221 Virginia Ave. 

The Reading Readiness: Mrs. Mary M. Wall 

St. James Lutheran: Mrs. Allan Graves, 100 S. Union St. 

Week Day: Mrs. Myrtle Brandon 

Kannapolis 

Board of Education: S. B. Stroup, Chairman, Joe C. Ridenhour, R. M. Efird, W. W. 

Bonds, R. L. Ward 
Board Attorney: Brice J. Willeford, Jr., Kannapolis 

Superintendent: W. J. Bullock, Kannapolis Phone: WEbster 2-8166 

Business Manager: Mrs. Ruth G. Phillips, Kannapolis 
Supervisor: White — Dale C. Norris, Kannapolis 
Attendance Worker: Same as county 
Public Schools: 

YR. ACCREDITED 

NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 
TOTAL 
WHITE: 

A. L. Brown: Fred O. Drummond, Kannapolis ♦1924 

Cannon Junior: D. N. Hamrick, Kannapolis 1952 1924 

Aycock: Ned G. Robinette, Kannapolis 1941 _ 

Jackson Park: J. S. Oehler, Kannapolis 1952 

Mclver: Conrad R. Cowan, Kannapolis 1930 

McKnight: Mrs. Roberta B. Johnston, Kannapolis 1952 

Shady Brook: Edwin L. Van Poole, Kannapolis 1951 _ 

Woodrow Wilson: J. H. Nash, Kannapolis 1940 _ 

negro: 

G. W. Carver: W. L. Reid. Kannapolis *1938 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Children's Center: Mrs. James Fowler, 805 Mabel Ave. 
Kiddie Coed: Mrs. Cardine Overcash, 1004 DeSoto Ave. 

Caldwell 

Board of Education: George Boutwell, Chairman, Lenoir; Davis Tuttle, Lenoir, Rt. 3; 

John Frazier, Lenoir, Rt. 1; Maynard Teague, Lenoir, Rt. 2; Clarence 

Sherrill, Granite Falls. Rt. 1 
Board Attorney: Walter T. Carpenter, Jr., Lenoir 

Superintendent: C. M. Abernethy, Lenoir Phone: PLaza 4-6479 

Supervisor: David Gordon Porter, Lenoir 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Jewel Greer, Lenoir 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Grady E. Tester, Lenoir 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

266 106 TOTAL 

255 106 white: 

1-8 15 „ Baton: John L. McCurry. Granite Falls, Rt. 2 

1-12 15 7 Collettsville: Kenneth A. Roberts, Collettsville 1928 

1-8 9 _ Dudley Shoals: George S. Kirby, Granite Falls, Rt. 1 

1-12 32 14 Gamewell: M. R. Corpening, Lenoir, Rt. 6 1944 

1-8 6 _ Grace Chai>€l: Ray Hilton, Granite Falls, Rt. 1 

9-12 19 Granite Falls: Richard Starnes, Granite Falls 1923 

1-5 13 Granite Falls: L. E. Cagle, Granite Falls 1953 

6-8 12 _ Granite Falls: L. E. Cagle, Granite Falls 1953 

1-12 21 12 Happy Valley: Charles A. Parlier, Patterson 1934 

Hudson District: Eugene M. White, Hudson 

9-12 36 Hudson: Clarence H. Lathan, Hudson 1927 

1-8 38 _ Hudson Elem. & Jr. Hi.: Roy Coffey, Hudson 1952 

1-12 10 9 Kings Creek: J. M. Laxton, Lenoir, Rt. 1 1954 1928 

1-8 12 _ Lower Creek: P. C. Keener. 1118 E. Harper, Lenoir 1954 

1-12 8 9 Oak Hill: C. C. Huskins, Lenoir, Rt. 2 1952 1923 

1-8 7 Rhodhiss: W. J. Tolbert, Rhodhiss 1952 

1-8 11 Saw Mills: Ray Knight, Granite Falls, Rt. 2 1958 

1-8 17 Valmead: Cecil Harmon, Lenoir 1958 

1-8 29 Whitnel: Grady N. Kincaid, Whitnel 1958 

11 negro: 

11 District No. 9: Vester Corpening, Lenoir, Rt. 3 

Non-Public Schools: 
7-12 3 7 Patterson School for Boys: G. F. Wiese, 

Lenoir Non-Sectarian *1938 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Moore: Mrs. James Moore, Falls Ave., Granite Falls 



Camden-Carteret 47 

Lenoir 

Board of Education: George T. Crowell, Chairman; T. Glen Miller, Jr., Vice-Chairnaan; 

J. B. Houston, Jr., Treasurer: Charles E. Dobbin; C. A. Holden; 

Dr. Donald W. Lackey; Mrs. B. S. Troutman. 

Superintendent: J. G. Hagaman, Lenoir Phone: PLaza 4-9421 

Instructional Assistant: Mrs. Helen S. Harman, Lenoir 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. George Greer, Lenoir 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

64 39 TOTAL 

50 24 white: 

6-8 18 _ Davenport: J. V. Mills, Lenoir 1954 

1-5 18 _ East Harper: M. C. Smith, Lenoir 1958 

9-12 25 Lenoir: Henry C. McFadyen, Lenoir *1920 

1-6 14 West Lenoir: L. B. Robinson, Lenoir 1952 

14 14 negro: 

1-12 11 14 Freedman: M. L. DeVane, Lenoir *1937 

1-5 3 _. West End: lone Carson, Lenoir 

Non-Public Schools: 

1 1 Community School (1st Grade): Mrs. Vera Mitchum, 

Lenoir Sectarian 

— — „ St. Francis of Assissi: 227 W. College Ave., 

Lenoir Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Community: Mrs. Vera Mitchum, Lenoir 
St. Francis School: Don Brinton, Lenoir 



CAMDEN 

Board of Education: W. F. Williams, Chairman, South Mills; J. C. Burgess, Shiloh, Horace 

Cuthrell, Camden 
Board Attorney: E. Ray Etheridge, Camden 

Superintendent: D. B. Burgess, Camden Phone: Elizabeth City 6687 

Supervisor: Mrs. Myrtle P. Croom, Camden 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Charlie Smithson, Camden 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

34 18 TOTAL 

16 11 WHITE: 

1-4 8 _ Grandy: Mrs. Mary Burgess, Camden 

5-12 8 11 Camden County: T. A. Hood, Camden 1958 1953 

negro: 

1-12 18 7 Marian Anderson: W. C. Witherspoon, Belcross 1954 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

CARTERETf 

Board of Education: R. W. Safrit, Jr., Chairman, Beaufort; Theodore B. Smith, Davis; 

W. B. Allen, Newport; Dr. A. F. Chestnut, Morehead City; Dennis 

Mason, Atlantic 
Board Attorney: Luther Hamilton, Jr., Morehead City 

Superintendent: H. L. Joslyn, Beaufort Phone: PArk 8-3210 

Supervisors: Elementary — Fred G. Lewis, 1508 Evans St., Morehead City 

High School — E. C. Jernigan, Route 1, Newport 
Gtiidance Counselor: Gertrude Styron, Box 405, Morehead City 
Speech Therapists: Mrs. Margaret Arrington, Route 2, Box 39, Beaufort 

Mrs. Katharine Betts, Box 305, Beaufort 
Attendance Worker: None 
Chief Bus Mechanic: L. L. Hall, Beaufort 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

161 82 TOTAL 

132 66 WHITE: 

1-12 10 7 Atlantic: Jack W. Johnson, Atlantic 1952 1924 

1-12 32 16 Beaufort: Albert R. Gainey, Beaufort 1951 1926 



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1-8 24 Camp Glenn: R. W. Davis, Morehead City 1955 _ 

1-8 9 Barkers Island: Mrs. Emma W. Wade, Harkers Island.... 

1-12 23 21 Morehead City: T. L. Lee. Morehead City 1952 •1922 

1-12 21 11 Newport: E. B. Comer, Newport 1939 1928 

1-12 13 11 Smyrna: W. Ray Futrell, Smyrna 1951 1925 

29 16 negro: 

1-12 14 11 Queen Street: L. R. Johnson, Beaufort 1928 

1-12 12 5 W. S. King: S. R. McLendon, Morehead City 1958 

1-8 3 Stella: Luther Birt Tillery, Stella 

Non-Public Schools: 

St. Egbert's: Mother Maria Begona, Morehead 

City Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Jack 'N Jill: Mrs. J. O. Fussell, 1412 Shepard St., Morehead City 
Nelson's: Mrs. Lillian Gibbs, Beaufort 

Miss Pearl's: Mrs. Harvey Hamilton, Sr., S. 32nd St., Morehead City 
Ruth's: Ruth Gibbs, Beaufort 

CASWELLf 

Board of Education: C. N. Barker, Chairman, Milton, R-1; N. L. Oliver, Yanceyville, R-1; 

J. A. Hodges, Yanceyville, R-1; J. C. Wilkinson, Prosp€Ct HiU, R-1; 

E. J. Smith, Yanceyville 
Board Attorney: Robert R. Blackwell, Yanceyville 

Superintendent: Thomas H. Whitley, Yanceyville Phone: OW 4-2271 

Express Office: Danville, Va. 
Supervisors: White — Mrs. Dorothy Y. Zimmerman, Yanceyville 

Negro — Mrs. Theresa C. Beam, Yanceyville 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Sue Smith, Yanceyville 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Otha Hicks, Yanceyville 
Guidance Counselor: Gerald W. Bray, Yanceyville 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

146 57 TOTAL 

60 34 white: 

1-8 11 Anderson: Ben T. Ross, Burlington, R-3 

1-12 19 18 Bartlett Yancey: H. C. Hollander, Yanceyville 1925 

1-12 6 10 Cobb Memorial: Julius Lee Clayton, Ruffin, R-1 1930 

1-8 5 Murphey: Bill T. Oakley, Milton, R-1 _ 

1-8 7 Pelham: Logan B. Denton, Pelham 1954 

1-12 5 5 Prospect Hill: W. H. Skarren, Prospect Hill 1931 

1-7 6 Providence: James H. Horn, Providence _ 

1 1 (Unit-wide) 

86 23 negro: 

-8 15 _ Highrock: Jerome E. Branche, Blanch, R-1 

-8 16 Jones: Joseph C. Duncan, Pelham, R-1 1961 „ 

-8 14 New Dotmond: Jefferson R. Snipe, Milton 

-8 15 Stoney Creek: Earl T. Artis, Reidsville, R-1 _ 

-8 12 Sweet Gum: E. E. Tysor, Mebane, R-3, Box 48 _ 

-12 14 23 CasweU County High: N. L. Dillard, Yanceyville ♦1934 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

CATAWBA 

Board of Education: A. C. Henderson, Chairman, Hickory; Robert L. Boggs, Catawba; 
Howard T. Campbell, Maiden; Fred H. Lytton, Long Island; Sam 
D. Mauney, Newton 
Board Attorney: Wade H. Lefler, Newton 

Superintendent: H. M. Arndt, Newton Phone: IN 4-1142 

Supervisors: White — Mrs. Mary T. Brown, Newton; A. T. Spurlock, Hickory 
Negro — Herbert W. Thompson, Catawba 
Special Subjects: Libraries: Miss Lottie E. Hood, Vale, Rt. 1 
Guidance: C. H. Tuttle, Hickory 
Speech: Mrs. Jane W. Clenseur, Hickory 
Miss Versa Pepper, Newton 

Attendance Worker: Mrs. H. G. McKay, Maiden, Rt. 1 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Max W. Sherrill, CaUwba, Rt. 2 

Public Schools: 

grades teachers yr. accredited 

taught ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

221 98 TOTAL 



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200 91 white: 

17 Bandys : W. L. Guy, Catawba, Rt. 2 1955 

12 Banoak: Jack G. Gabriel, Vale, Rt. 3 1959 

28 Balls Creek: R. E. Sigmon, Newton, Rt. 2 1951 

8 Blackburn: O. A. Buff, Newton, Rt. 1 1956 

16 Bunker Hill: J. T. Johnson, Claremont, Rt. 1 1955 

8 Catawba Elem.: Rav L. Laffon, Catawba 1959 

10 Claremont Elem.: M. L. Pierce, Claremont 1949 

12 Clyde Campbell: M. P. Stafford, Hickory, Rt. 3 1961 

20 Fred T. Foard: O. N. Lynn, Newton, Rt. 1 — 1954 

14 Maiden High: H. S. Shepherd, Maiden — 1924 

25 Maiden Elem.: Paul N. Sowell, Maiden 1956 

13 Mt. View: Charles J. Bost, Hickory, Rt. 1 1960 _ 

16 Oxford: Glenn A. Sigmon, Claremont, Rt. 1 1957 

9 Sherrills Ford: T. M. Lutz, Sherrills Ford 1951 

16 Startown: Edgar R. Robinson, Newton, Rt. 1 1956 

23 24 St. Stephens: W. A. Murray, Hickory, Rt. 2 1960 1935 

-8 20 Sweetwater: W. Max Sigmon, 2110 Main Ave., S.E., Hickory 1956 

21 7 negro: 

-12 11 7 Catawba Rosenwald: H. W. Thompson, Catawba 1940 

-8 6 Rhoney: R. L. Vinson, Newton, Rt. 1 1959 _ 

-8 4 Maiden Rosenwald: A. L. Tutt, Maiden 1959 _ 

Non-Public Schools: 

1-8 8 St. Stephens Lutheran Day: Clifford Dietrich, Hickory, 

Rt. 2 Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Claremont: Mrs. Jamie E. Coulter, Claremont 

Hickoryf 

Board of Education: Dr. Walter T. Nau, Chairman; Clarence G. Howard, Everett M. 
Eckard, E. M. Fennel], Theodore R. Brewer, J. Marvin Clay, Charles 
H. Grove 
Board Attorney: Young M. Smith, Hickory 

Superintendent: W. M. Jenkins, Hickory Phone: 345-7181 

Business Manager: Harold E. Hewitt, Newton 
Supervisor: Mrs. Sadie S. Kuhn, Hickory 

Special Subjects: Music: Thomas E. Sibley, Hickory 

Library: Elizabeth A. Council!, Hickory 
G^aidance: W. Clyde Taylor, Hickory 
Speech: Vivian E. Burton, Hickory 

Patricia Ann Biggs, Hickory 

Social Worker: Mrs. Nancy Moore, Hickory 
Lunchroom Supervisor: Mrs. Joyce Huss, Newton 
Public Schools: 



GRADES TEACHERS 
TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. 



NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEM. H.S. 



184 



72 TOTAL 



WHITE: 



1-6 

10-12 
7-9 
7-9 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 

1-12 



156 65 

7 Brookford: John Frank Crawford, Hickory. 

43 Claremont Central: W. D. Cottrell, Hickorj-. 

22 12 College Park Jr.: Joe C. White, Hickory 

20 10 Grandview Jr.: John M. Guy, Hickory 

8 Green Park: Janella B. Hollar, Hickory 

11 Highland: Howard B. Abernethy, Hickory... 

14 Kenworth: Billie E. Miller, Hickory 

William G. Norris, Hickory 

Jack C. Ketner, Hickory 

Ruie H. Walker, Hickory 

Stoye E. Starnes, Hickory 



20 Longview: 

15 Oakwood: 

23 Viewmont: 

15 Westmont: 

28 7 negro: 

28 7 Ridgeview: 



1949 

*1929 

1953 1953 
1959 1959 

1954 

1953 

1953 

1946 

1952 

1951 

1948 



Taft H. Broome, Hickory 1958*1928 



Non-Public Schools: 

1-6 3 Christ Lutheran Church: James Taglauer, Hickory, Sectarian 

7 Catawba Valley Opportunity School: Mrs. Nell Campbell, 

Hickory Non-Sectarian 

1 1 Jack and JiU Fii-st Grade: Mrs. Landon Walker, 

Hickory Non-Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Busy Bee: Mrs. Cloyd A. Hager 
Busy Day: Mrs. W. D. Cottrell 
Christ Lutheran Church: Rev. J. P. Nauman 
♦Corinth Evangelical & Reformed Church: Mrs. W. M. Jenkins 
Mrs. Young Smith's: Mrs. Young Smith 
Mother Goose: Mrs. Vivian H. Turnbow 
Jack and Jill, and First Grade: Mrs. Landon Walker 
Happy Day: Mrs. Annie V. Brady 
First Baptist Church: Mrs. E. D. Cline, Jr. 
First Methodist Church: Mrs. John Hodges 
Holy Trinity Lutheran Church: Mrs. Fred Smyre 
*First Presbyterian Church: Mrs. W. L. Sitton 





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Newton-Conover 

Board of Education: Dr. S. H. Isenhower, Chairman, Newton; James S. Crouch, John W. 

Caldwell, Jr., Cyril Long Mebane, J. Howard Kelly, Dr. Borden 

C. Drum 
Board Attorney: Jesse C. Sigmon, Jr., Newton 

Superintendent: R. N. Gurley, Newton Phone: IN 4-3191 

Supervisor: Miss Joanne Cordell, Newton 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Marvella Price 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELBM. H.S. 

78 34 TOTAL 

26 white: 

Conover: W. A. Gore, Jr., Conover 1939 

26 Newton-Conover: R. L. Rhyne, Newton _ *1922 

Newton : R. M. Durham, Newton 1939 

South Newton: H. I. Setzer, Jr., Newton 1959 

11 Thornton: E. J. Gomedela, Newton 1952 

3 (Special) 

11 8 NEGRO: 

1-12 11 8 Central: Phairlever Pearson, Newton 1955 1936 

Non-Public Schools: 

1-8 3 Concordia Christian Day School: Conover Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Concordia: Mrs. Betty Spencer, Conover 

Newton Kindergarten: Mrs. Ralph V. Sechler, Newton 

Punch and Judy: Mrs. Paul Crump, Rt. 1, Conover 

St. Peter's: Rt. 1, Conover 

Trinity United Ch. of Christ Lutheran: Elizabeth Herman, Conover 

CHATHAM 

Board of Education: Lewis Norwood, Chairman, Pittsboro, Rt. 1; K. G. Clapp, Siler City; 
Zeb S. Harrington, Merry Oaks; James L. Griffin, Pittslaoro; W. C. 
Brewer, Sr., Bennett 
Board Attorney: Daniel L. Bell, Pittsboro 

Superintendent: Jason B. Deyton, Pittsboro Phone: KI 2-3221 

Supervisors: White — Burdine Womble, Siler City 

Negro — Mrs. DeLois E. Washington, Siler City 
Attendance Worker: Katherine Palmer, Gulf 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Jim Strowd, Pittsboro 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 
175 93 TOTAL 
109 63 WHITE: 

Bennett: Wayne E. Phillips, Bennett 1956 1932 

Bonlee: W. D. Wilson, Bonlee 1951 

Chatham Central: W. H. Brookbank, Bear Creek 1959 

Goldston : Max G. Gotten, Goldston 1961 

Henry Siler: R. C. Dorsett, Siler City 1962 

Jordan-Matthews: R. C. Fields, Siler City 1920 

Moncure: Wm. R. Deere, Moncure 1959 1925 

Pittsboro: R. L. Kidd, Pittsboro 1956 1923 

Paul Braxton Elem.: Paul Braxton, Siler City 1940 

Silk Hope: James E. Rice, Rt. 3, Siler City 1932 

negro: 

Chatham: Ernest S. Ramsey, Siler City 1933 

Horton: I. E. Taylor, Pittsboro 1936 

J. S. Waters: W. A. McLaughlin, Goldston 1938 

Non-Public Schools: 
1-10 2 1 Triangle Junior Academy: UUom, Rt. 3, Apex 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Mrs. James P. Brown, Pittsboro 

CHEROKEE 

Board of Education: Noah Hembree, Chairman, Murphy; Lewis King, Murphy; Robert 

Stiles, Rt. 4, Murphy; C. C. Hemphill, Brasstown 
Board Attorney: H. L. McKeever, Murphy 

Superintendent: Lloyd W. Hendrix, Murphy Phone: VE 7-2722 

Supervisor: James R. Nelson, Hayesville 



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1-8 


12 




9-12 




14 


1-8 


11 




1-7 


7 


. 


9-12 




18 


1-12 


7 


5 


1-12 


29 


13 


1-8 


26 




1-12 


8 


7 




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24 


10 


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31 


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Attendance Worker: Mrs. Ruby Bryson, Marble . ' 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Fred Arrowood, Murphy 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

45 9 TOTAL 

45 9 white: 

1-12 11 9 Hiwassee Dam: Harest E. King, Murphy, Rt. 4 1942 

7 Martins Creek School: John T. Smart, Jr., Marble 

7 Peachtree: Vincent W. Crisp, Murphy _. — 

11 Ranger; Douglas H. Smith, Brasstown _ 

3 Unaka: Burke E. Moore, Murphy 

6 White Church: Mrs. Addilee B. Brovm, Murphy 1956 

negro: None 
Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Andrews 

Board of Education: Dr. C. O. Van Gorder, Chairman, Andrews; Dr. Gerald S. Almond, 

Carroll Brown, Jack Rogers, Bruce Lunsford, Donald Cook 
Board Attorney: H. L. McKeever, Murphy 

Superintendent: C. O. Frazier, Andrews Phone: 94-J 

Supervisor: Mrs. Maggie Belle Pinson, Murphy 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. James H. Bryson, Marble 
Counselor: Mrs. Pauline Bault, Murphy 
Public Schools: 

GRADES teachers ■ YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

29 14 TOTAL 

28 14 white: 

9-12 14 Andrews : C. O. Frazier, Andrews 1920 

1-8 22 Andrews Elem.: L. Carr Broome, Andrews 1953 

1-6 5 Marble Elem. : Dean Truett, Andrews 

1 (Special Education) 

1 negro; 

1-8 1 Andrews, Ida Mae Logan, Andrews ._ 

Non-Public Schools: None , .\ 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Murphyf 

Board of Education: H. A. Mattox, Chairman, Murphy; Ben Palmer, E. H. Brumby, J. 
H. Duncan, Dr. Paul E. Hill, Dr. B. W. Whitfield 

Superintendent: Holland McSwain, Murphy Phone: VE 7-2418 

Supervisor: Mrs. Maggie Bell Pinson, Murphy 
Counselor: Mrs. Pauline Bault, Murphy 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Ruby H. Bryson, Murphy 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Lona Fox Davis, Murphy ..... 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

31 25 TOTAL 

29 24 WHITE: 

1-8 26 _ Murphy: John Jordan, Murphy 

9-12 24 Murphy: Walter R. Puett, Murphy 1923 

3 (Special Education) 

2 1 negro: 

1-10 2 1 Texana; Mrs. Ella B. Ragsdale, Murphy, Rt. 3 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

CHOWAN 

Board of Education: G. B. Potter, Chairman; Garland Asbell, Tyner; John M. Elliott, 
Edenton; Marvin Evans, Rt. 1, Edenton; Eugene Jordan, Tyner; O. 
C. Long, Jr., Rt. 1, Edenton 

Board Attorney: John E. Shackleford, Edenton Phone: 2513 

Superintendent: W. J. Taylor, Edenton Phone: 2427 

Supervisors: White — None 

Negro — Mrs. Elizabeth Byrd, Edenton Phone: 3218 



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Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Robert Marvin Hobbs, Tyner Phone: 3941 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

26 10 TOTAL 

14 10 WHITE: 

1-12 14 10 Chowan: R. H. Copeland. Tyner 1943 1923 

12 negro: 

1-8 12 White Oak: W. M. Creecy, Edenton 1955 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Edenton 

Board of Education: Joseph H. Conger, Chairman; James M. Bond, M. A. Hughes, Phillip 
S. McMullan, Charles H. Wood, Jr., Mrs. Lillian Webb Leary 

Superintendent : Hiram J. Mayo Phone : 2326 

Supervisor: Negro — Same as County 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCTPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

65 29 TOTAL 

28 16 white: 

7-12 6 16 John A. Holmes: Cecil W. Fry, Edenton 1952 *1920 

1-6 22 Edenton Elementary: Ernest A. Swain, Edenton 1942 

37 13 negro: 

1-12 37 13 Edenton: DeMint F. Walker. Edenton 1962*1933 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Parent-Teacher Association: Mrs. J. J. Ross 

West Albemarle St.: Mrs. Emma Bembry, 114 W. Albemarle St. 

CLAY 

Board of Education: Paul Caler, Chairman, Brasstown; Norman B. Davenport, Hayesville; 

R. L. McGlamery, Hayesville 
Board Attorney: Tom C. Gray, Hayesville 

Superintendent: Hugh S. Beal, Hayesville Phone: 3276 

Express Office: Murphy 
Supervisor: James R. Nelson, Hayesville 
Attendance Worker: None 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Paul Mease, Hayesville 
Public Schools: 

GRADES teachers YB. ACX^REDITED 

taught ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 
33 18 TOTAL 
33 18 WHITE: 

1-8 5 Elf: J. Maurice Kitchens, Hayesville 

1-12 19 18 Hayesville: Guy H. Wheeler, Hayesville 1924 

1-8 4 Ogden: Horace D. Garrison, Hayesville 

1-8 5 Shooting Creek: Bobby S. Burch, Hayesville 

NEGRO: None 

Non-Public Schools: 

John C. Campbell Folk School: George Bidstrut, Brasstown, Non-Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

CLEVELAND 

Board of Education: Walter Davis, Chairman, Rt. 5, Shelby; C. D. Forney, Jr., Lawndale; 

Edwin Moore, Kings Mountain, Rt. 3; J. D. EUis, Rt. 1, Grover; 

Buford Cline, Rt. 1, Shelby 
Board Attorney: Joseph C. Whisnant, Shelby 

Superintendent: J. H. Grigg, Box 220, Shelby Phone: HU 7-8581 

Supervisors: White — Mrs. Claire W. Leonhardt, Box 220, Shelby 

Mrs. Earcie D. Cornwell, Box 220, Shelby 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Alma Newman, Box 220, Shelby 
Guidance Counselor: Stanley E. Green, Box 220, Shelby 



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Chief Bus Mechanic: Edgar Shytle, Shelby 
Maintenance Foreman: Charles Beam 

School Lunch Supervisor: Estelle Walker, Box 220, Shelby 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

206 102 TOTAL 

138 72 white: 

1-9 10 3 Belwood: E. C. Hoover, Rt. 3, Lawndale 1953 1927 

1-6, 

10-12 7 11 Burns-Polkville: T. Y. Wooten, PolkviUe 1929 

1-5, 

10-12 7 11 Burns-Polkville : T. Y. Wooten, Polkville 1929 

1-9 16 4 Casar: Alvin M. Sherlin, Casar 1930 

1-5, 

10-12 6 16 Crest: E. B. Clayton, Boiling Springs 1949 1920 

1-7 5 Dover: Max R. Dixon, 315 Clegg, Shelby 1945 

1-7 7 Earl: Yates Warlick, Earl „ 

1-7 8 Elizabeth: J. N. McWhirter, Rt. 6, Shelby 1961 

1-9 15 5 Lattimore: C. C. Padgett, Lattimore 1959 1925 

1-9 11 3 Mooresboro: T. W. Martin, Mooresboro 1953 1930 

1-7 3 Number One: Mrs. Eloise Humphries, Rt. 2, Gaffney, S. C... _ 

1-7 5 Shanghai: J. A. McAlister. Boiling Springs 

8-12 3 12 No. 3 Township: F. L. Larson, Rt. 2, Shelby 1931 

1-7 7 Patterson Springs: Cleopatra Latham, Rt. 6, Shelby 1962 

1-9 13 3 Piedmont: Dan Camp. Lawndale 1955 1920 

1-9 10 4 Waco: W. H. Dodd, Waco 1953 1930 

1 (Librarian) 

1 (Special Education) 

68 30 negro: 

1-12 13 6 Camp: R. R. Cabiness. Jr.. 1001 Frederick, Shelby 1948 

1-12 13 9 Doiiglas: F. M. Pullen, Lawndale 1936 

1-12 15 7 Green Bethel: George Miller, Boiling Springs • 1948 

1-7 8 Philadelphia: T. M. Pass, 400 Wilson, Shelby 

1-7 3 Vance: Mrs. Edna Canady, 337 Weathers, Shelby 

1-12 16 7 Washington: W. B. Howell. Rt. 1, Shelby 1948 

1 (Guidance Counselor) 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Boiling Springs Baptist Church: Mrs. Horace Scruggs, Boiling Springs 
Lawndale: Mrs. T. S. Putnam, Lawndale 

Kings Mountain 

Board of Education: F. W. Plonk: H. O. Williams; P. G. Padgett; B. H. Harry; Mrs. 

Lena W. McGill 
Board Attorney: J. R. Davis, Kings Mountain 

Superintendent: B. N. Barnes, Kings Mountain Phone: 739-5371 

Supervisor: Alice C. Averitt, Kings Mountain 
Attendance Worker: T. C. McKee 
Public Schools: 

GRADES teachers YR. ACCREDrTED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

109 43 TOTAL 

85 35 white: 

1-8 19 Bethware: R. G. Franklin, Kings Mountain 

1-7 15 _ East: R. M. Kennedv, Jr., Kings Mountain 1938 

1-8 15 .„ Grover: J. C. Scruggs, Grover 1959 

9-12 3 35 Kings Mountain: H. E. Jaynes, Kings Mountain 1938*1920 

1-7 15 North: R. H. Brj'ant, Kings Mountain 1957 „ 

1-7 7 Park Grace: Evan J. Evans, Kings Mountain 

1-6 11 West: L B. Goforth, Jr., Kings Mountain 1941 

24 8 negro: 

1-12 12 8 Compact: L. L. Adams, Kings Mountain — — 1940 

1-8 12 Davidson: C. A. Allison, Kings Mountain 1958 

Non-Public Schools: 

1 1 Greenway First Grade: Canterbury Rd Non-Sectarian 

1-2 1 Trinity Day School: 302 Phiefer Rd Sectarian _ 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Kings Mountain Christian: Mrs. R. G. Whisnant, 607 Meadowbrook Rd. 
Trinity Day School: Thomas Droppers, Phiefer Rd. 

Shelby 

Board of Education: Cecil Gilliatt, Chairman, Shelby; William Campbell, Mrs. J. L. Suttle, 

Jr., Paris Yelton, Lamar Young 
Board Attorney: Joseph C. Whisnant, Shelby 



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54 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Superintendent: Malcolm E. Brown, Shelby Phone: £[117-6367 

Supervisor: Boyce M. Morrison, Shelby 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Clara Newman 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

139 63 TOTAL 

107 44 white: 

1-6 21 Graham: James Edwin Spangler, Shelby 1939 

1-6 8 _ Jefferson: Dan W. Moore, Jr., Shelby 1940 

1-6 17 Marion: W. B. Wilder, Shelby 1940 

1-6 13 Morgan: Oscar Padgett, Jr., Shelby 1940 „ 

1-6 7 „ Washington : Doc Paul Willis, Shelby 1939 

7-9 29 12 Junior High: Hale T. Bryson, Shelby 1952 

18-12 32 Senior High: Wayne J. Caudill. Shelby •1920 

1-12 9 (Special Education): Bettye Carpenter, Director, Shelby 

(AU Schools — Music, Art, Librarian) 
NEGRO: 

Cleveland Training: James D. Hoskins, Shelby 1928 

Hunter: James W. Beam, Shelby 

(Special Education) 
Non-Publie Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 
white: 
Central Methodist Church Week-Day: Mrs. Dick Dudley, N. Washington 
Jack and Jill: Mrs. G. B. Lovelace, 603 W. Warren St. 
First Baptist Church: Mrs. Nora Harris, 120 N. Lafayette St., Shelby 
Little Beaver: Mrs. Gene Blanton. 1307 Wesson Rd. 
Libby Mills Woman's Club: Mrs. R. G. Stockton, Morton St. 
Wonderland: Mrs. Thomas W. Cothran, 604 Forrest Hill Dr. 
Work and Play: Mrs. Hugh Arrowood, BrookhlU 

negro: 
Shelby Negro: Mrs. Pearl Wesson, Pinckney St. 

COLUMBUS 

Board of Education: W. L. Hobbs, Chairman, Delco: Charles Council, Lake Waccamaw; 

P. O. Gore, Nakina; H. G. Dameron, Tabor City; Lucian Stephens, 

Evergreen; Car] Stephens, Clarendon 

Superintendent: T. Ward Guy, Whiteville P/wm«: MI 2-3848 

Asst. Superintendent: John J. Hicks, Whiteville 
Supervisors: White — B. D. Bunn, Whiteville, Secondary 

Ruth O. Meares, Chadbourn, Elementary 
Negro — Edythe S. Brown, Whiteville 
Attendance Worker: Floy Parker, Chadbourn 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Roger L. Tippett, Whiteville 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YE. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

286 136 TOTAL 

159 87 white: 

1-12 15 9 Acme Delco: I. A. Wortman, Delco 1953 1923 

1-12 10 7 Cerro Gordo: J. B. Evans, Cerro (3ordo 1952 1925 

1-12 22 12 Chadbourn: Edward H. Cooper, Jr., Chadbourn 1953 1920 

1-12 12 7 Evergreen: J. E. Pierce, Evergreen 1952 1925 

1-12 8 6 Fair Bluff: Pierce Dalton, Fair Bluff 1953 1919 

1-8 9 Guideway: Watson Rankin, Rt. 3, Tabor City 1954 „ 

1-12 20 11 Hallsboro: R. C. Elkins, Hallsboro 1953 1925 

9-12 10 Nakina: M. M. Jones, Nakina _ 1953 

1-8 12 Old Dock: Edwin Currie, Rt. 4, Whiteville _ 

1-12 32 15 Tabor City: Randall Burleson, Tabor City 1956 1924 

1-12 19 10 Williams Twp.: Robert C. Lewis, Rt. 3, Whiteville 1953 1941 

10 4 INDIAN: 

1-12 3 1 Chadbourn: Henry W. Smith, Chadbourn 

1-12 7 3 Waccamaw: Edmond Locklear, Jr., Bolton 

117 44 negro: 

1-12 13 9 Armour: W. R. Davis, Rt. 1, Acme 

1-12 13 11 Artesia: Legrande Summersett, Hallsboro 1952 1952 

1-8 7 Bolton : Henry N. Powell, Bolton 

1-8 8 Carver: John H. Jones, Fair Bluff 

1-8 9 Carver Moore: B. K. Coins, Clarkton 

1-12 16 7 Douglass: William A. Ware, Tabor City 1960 

1-12 22 8 Mt. Olive: W. E. Brown, Rt. 1, Whiteville 1960 

1-8 7 _ Oak Forest: Donnie Graham, Nakina 

1-12 22 10 Westside: A. L. Williams, Chadbourn 1936 

Non-Public Schools: 
1-10 1 1 Winter Haven Junior Academy: Bolton 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 



Columbus-Craven 55 

Whiteville 

Board of Education: W. F. Floyd, Chairman, Ben Gillam, Vice-chairman, Mrs. J. C. 
Smith, Edward C. Mottinger. H. J. Watts, Clyde R. Williams and 
Robert M. Wooten, Jr. 
Board Attorney: D. Jack Hooks, Whiteville 

Superintendent: G. H. Arnold, Whiteville P;io«e: Midway 2-3237 

Supervisors: White — Mrs. Rachel D. Woodard, Whiteville 

Negro — Same as County 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Mary C. Leaman, Whiteville 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YK. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

84 32 TOTAL 

54 21 white: 

1-6 13 Edgewood: Herbert Kenwood Royal, Whiteville 1958 

1-7 7 New Hope: Mrs. Hazel Williamson, Whiteville 

1-7 28 Whiteville Elementary: R. E. David, Whiteville 1951 

8-12 6 21 Whiteville High: Paul H. Rasberry, Whiteville 1920 

negro: 

1-12 30 11 Central: R. Grayer Powell, Whiteville 1931 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Episcopal Church: Elsie Harrelson 
First Baptist Church: Mrs. R. C. Foster 
WhiteviUe: Mrs. David Smith 

CRAVEN 

Board of Education: C. A. Seifert, New Bern; J. M. Miller, 1909 Neuse Blvd., New Bern; 
C. L. PoweU, New Bern, Rt. 5; J. L. Peterson, Vanceboro; L. R. 
Sermons, Dover, Rt. 1; Forrest Daugherty, Dover, Rt. 1; L. B. Pate, 
New Bern, Rt. 2; Roger Bell, Havelock 
Attorney: Employed as need arises 

Superintendent: R. L. Pugh, New Bern Phone: ME 7-4115 

Administrative Assistant: Joe T. Stevens, Box 1701, New Bern 
Supervisors: White — Selma Pritchard, Box 1701, New Bern 
Negro — Ethel Mae Lewis, Box 1324, New Bern 
Special Subjects: Music: White — Dorothy V. Hoskins, Dorothy L. Deaton, Nancy Russell, 

Mrs. Elizabeth Bodkin 
Negro — Mrs. Lauretta B. Smith 
Band: White — Guyte M. Cotton. Jean Welch 

Negro — Thornton A. Canady, Jr. 
Guidance: H. D. Lambeth, Jr. 
Art: Mrs. Barbara Martin 
Vocational Education: Thurman Brock 
Science & Math: Mrs. Barbara Y. Brock 
Attendance Worker: None 

Director of Transportation <& Audio Visual Aids: M. B. Pope, III, New Bern 
Supervisor of Transportation: Hubert Jernigan, New Bern 
Supervisor of Maintenance: E. D. Brock, New Bern 
School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Evelyn H. Glenn, New Bern 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

231 70 TOTAL 

158 55 WHITE: 

1-8 17 _ Bridgeton: J. H. Hinton, Bridgeton 

1-8 23 Brinson Memorial: Clinton E. LeGette, New Bern 1954 _ 

1-8 4 Cove City: R. W. Richardson, Cove City 1952 

1-12 4 6 Dover: Aimeul H. Casey, Dover 1952 1922 

1-7 6 Ernul: Mrs. Sadie McLawhorn, Ernul 

8-12 3 14 Farm Life: E. P. Blair, Vanceboro 1954 1920 

1-8 6 Fort Barnwell: M. B. Morris, Dover, Rt. 1 

Havelock District, Arthur W. Edwards, Prin., Havelock 

1-7 23 Graham A. Barden: W. J. Gurganus, Havelock 1956 

1-7 32 West Havelock Elementary: Seth B. Henderson, Havelock.. 

7-8 19 Havelock Jr. High: James A. Vinci, Havelock 

9-12 27 Havelock High: Stewart M. Daniels, Havelock 1957 

1-12 7 8 Jasper: R. H. Woodard, New Bern, Rt. 2 1962 1925 

1-7 14 Vanceboro: Jerome Worsley, Vanceboro 1954 

73 15 negro: 

1-8 7 _ Clyde A. Erwin: S. R. Lloyd, Cove City _ 

1-4 4 Craven Corner: R. W. Badger, Havelock, Rt. 1 



56 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

-8 4 Dover: Leavy J. Moore, Dover 

-8 9 Godette: Mrs. Matilda Fenner, Havelock, Rt. 1 

-8 12 James City: Henry F. Edwards, James City 

1-12 9 15 Newbold: A. D. Smith, Dover, Rt. 1 — 1938 

13 Pleasant Hill: W. W. Ryder, New Bern, Rt. 2 

15 Vanceboro Consolidated: John R. Hill, Vanceboro 

Non-Public Schools: 

1-8 9 Annunciation School: Sister Edward Mary, C.R.S.M., 

Havelock Sectarian _ 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Base Nursery and Kindergarten: Mrs. T. W. Tinsley, Cherry Point 

New Bern 

Board of Education: James B. Simpson, Chairman; Harry Soufas, O. T. Faison, Walter 
C. Jones, Jr., Mrs. Raymond Pollock, Mrs. Joe S. Johnson, Mrs. 
C. E. Hancock, Dr. W. H. Bell, Harry B. Wright 

Board Attorney: R. E. Whitehurst, New Bern 

Superintendent: H. J. MacDonald, New Bern Pftone: ME 7-3098 

Supervisor: Mary H. Walker, New Bern 

Attendance Worker: None 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YK. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCrr.\L AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

128 67 TOTAL 

78 45 WHITE: 

1-8 31 Central: Guy P. Rose, Jr., New Bern 1948 

1-6 13 Eleanor Marshall: D. Calvin Stokes, New Bern 1950 

9-12 45 New Bern: W. L. Flowers, Jr., New Bern *1920 

1-6 7 Oaks Road: Mrs. Eudora Y. Spencer, New Bern 1961 

1-6 8 Riverside: Leslie M. Venters, New Bern 1950 

1-6 15 Trent Park: Charles L. Davis, New Bern 1960 

4 (All schools — Special teachers) 

50 22 negro: 

8-12 2 22 J. T. Barber: W. M. Booker, New Bern 1925 

1-6 8 Duffy Field: Grover C. Fields, New Bern 

1-7 40 West Street: F. R. Danyus, New Bern 

Non-Public Schools: 

white: 

1-8 4 Saint Paul: Si.ster M. Gertrude, 508 Middle St., 

New Bern Sectarian 

negro: 
1-12 4 3 Saint Joseph: Sister M. Pulcheria, 719 Broad St., 

New Bern Sectarian 1945 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Christ Church: Mrs. Celia Ferebee 
Little Hands: Mrs. Pearl B. Fulford 
Miss Bessie HoUister: Bessie HoUister 
Riverside: Mrs. Mildred O. Boyd 

CUMBERLAND 

Board of Education: E. Bruce MacFayden, Chairman, Fayetteville; Donald Mclntyre, 
Godwin; E. L. Maxwell, Stedman; Howard L. Hall, Spring Lake; 
Alton E. Smith, Hope Mills 

Board Attorney: Coy E. Brewer, Fayetteville 

Superintendent: F. D. Byrd, Jr., Fayetteville Phone: HE 2-7151 

Assistant Superintendent: C. Wayne Collier, Fayetteville 

Btisiness Manager: Jack Britt, Fayetteville 

Supervisors: White — Mattie B. Rogers, Fayetteville; Ethel T. Draper, Fayetteville; 
James McN. Williams, Fayetteville 
Negro — Mae R. Williams, Fayetteville 

School Social Worker: Elizabeth Johnston, Fayetteville 

Chief Bus Mechanic: W. B. Davis, Fayetteville 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

509 164 TOTAL 

370 127 white: 
1-7 24 Alger B. Wilkins: John E. Mueller, 332 Cedar Creek Rd., 

Fayetteville 

1-7 5 Beaver Dam: Ruth H. Murray, P. O. Box 577, Clinton 

1-6 18 Camden Road: Ethel C. Delaby, 127 Rowaland Circle, 

Fayetteville 

1-7 6 Cedar Creek: Paul D. Bass, Rt. 2, Fayetteville 



CUMBERLAND-CURKITUCK 57 

8-12 2 14 Central: E. M. Honeycutt, Rt. 1, Fayetteville 

1-6 7 Cumberland Mills: Charles E. Matthews, 1845 Wayne Lane, 

Fayetteville - 

1-6 26 Cumberland Road: A. Foe O'Neal, 3202 Kentyre Dr., 

Fayetteville 

1-8 16 District No. 7: Henry L. Kendall, Rt. 1, Fayetteville 1957 

1-7 12 Eastover: Harry S. McMillan, Wade 

1-12 7 5 Gray's Creek: Wendle H. Capps, Rt. 1, Hope Mills 1929 

1-7 7 Honeycutt: Ethel A. Ingold, Clififdale Rd., Fayetteville 1953 

1-12 24 14 Hope Mills: Ernest F. Hubbard, Hope Mills .1940 1925 

1-12 10 3 Les Maxwell (Indian): Jesse J. Maynor, Rt. 1, Rowland..., 

1-8 7 Linden: Preston E. Jones, Jr., Box 834. Lillington 

1-8 22 Long HiU: Young W. Howard, Rt. 6, Fayetteville 1954 

1-7 25 Mary McArthur: Tryon D. Lancaster, 3914 Brentwood Dr., 

Fayetteville - 

7-12 11 19 Massey HiU: Vernon C. Mason, 1060 Southern Ave., 

Fayetteville 1941 1927 

9-12 21 Pine Forest: Harold K. Warren, 1623 Gilmore St., 

Fayetteville 1956 

1-8 28 Seventy-First Elem.: Billie M. Harmon, Rt. 4, Fayetteville 1941 

9-12 30 Seventy-First High: Loyd Auman, Rt. 4, Fayetteville 1925 

1-8 27 Spring Lake: Howard D. Draper, 808 Poplar Rd., 

Fayetteville 1950 

1-7 10 Stedman E!em.: Margaret V. Jaynes, Autryville 

8-12 6 21 Stedman High: Torrey M. Johnson, Stedman 1941 1925 

1-7 19 Sunnyside: Joseph N. Catlett, Fayetteville 1939 

1-8 19 Westarea: Frances E. Abbott, 121 Hillview Ave., 

Fayetteville 

1-8 25 Wm. H. Owen: J. Worth Carter, 217 Wilboroiigh Ave., 

Fayetteville 1961 

5 (Librarians) 

2 (Speech Therapist) 

139 37 negro: 

1-12 21 16 Armstrong: W. R. Hill, Box 1009, Fayetteville 1961 1934 

1-7 28 Ashley: WiUiam N. McGuire, 623 North St., Fayetteville.. 1959 

8-12 8 20 Chesnutt: Wm. E. Murphy, Box 1098, Fayetteville 1940 

1-7 27 Lewis Chapel: C. G. Avent, Jr., Box 82, Fayetteville 1959 

1-7 8 Raleigh Road: Calvin T. Daniels, 1811 Broadell Dr., 

Fayetteville 1962 

1-7 22 Seabrook: Lonnie J. Lockamy, 512 Albany St., Fayetteville 1958 

1-7 9 Swan's Creek: J. H. Lewis, Jr., 217 Moore St., Fayetteville — — 

1-7 13 Wade: E. P. McMiUan, 909 CoUier Dr.. FayetteviUe 1960 

2 1 (Librarians, Driver Education) 

1 (Speech Therapist) 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Federal Schools: 

125 TOTAL 

Fort Bragg Schools: B. M. Holcombe, 

Ft. Bragg Phone: Ft. Bragg Ext. 4-5114 

1 Supervisor: Dr. L .1. Murray, Ft. Bragg 

1-6 18 Bowley: Stable H. Leonard, Jr., Ft. Bragg 

1-6 26 Butner: Forest H. Deshields, Ft. Bragg 

1-6 19 Holbrook: Donald H. Orr, Ft. Bragg 

7-8 20 Irwin: Charles R. Montooth, Ft. Bragg 

1-6 22 McNair: Asa Jackson, Ft. Bragg _ 

1-e 20 Murray: Maxie R. Mintz, Ft. Bragg 

6 (Librarians) 

1 (Speech Therapist) 

1 (Psychologist) 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Ft. Bragg: Mrs. Reva B. Farrell, Drawer A, Fort Bragg 

Fayettevillef 

Board of Education: Neill A. Currie, Jr., Luther B. Black, Rupert E. Bullard, Mrs. Dan 
S. Currie, Jr., Dr. J. M. Harry, J. W. Hensdale, Murray F. HaU, 
J. Harvey Oliver, Jr., L. L. Rouse, Mrs. Harry Stein, J. Mel Thomp- 
son, all of Fayetteville 

Board Attorneys: Edward B. Hope, James R. Nance, Fayetteville 

Superintendent: C. Reid Ross, Fayetteville Phone: 484-7111 

Asat. Supt. in Charge of Instruction: Willard S. Swiers, Fayetteville 

Aast. to Supt. in Charge of Business: Zolly L. Bowden, FayetteviUe 

Director of Visual Aids: J. W. Carruth, Fayetteville 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Nell M. McArthur, Fayetteville, Mrs. Mary S. HaU, FayetteviUe 
Negro: Mrs. Addie O. Williams, FayetteviUe 

Supervisor of Library Services: Carroll R. Powell, Fayetteville 

Supervisor of Instructional Supplies: Mrs. Floyd B. Souders, Fayetteville 

School Lunch Supervisors: Mrs. Ann Harrison Monroe, Fayetteville 

Mrs. Jesse McNeill Crutchfield, FayetteviUe 

Director of Industrial Education Center: John F. Standridge, Fayetteville 

Public Schools: 



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Educational Directory op North Carolina 



GRADES TEACHERS 
TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. 

280 135 



7-9 
1-6 
1-6 
10-12 
1-6 
* 

7-9 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 



10-12 
1-6 
1-6 
1-7 

• 

1-6 
1-6 

7-9 



NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
TOTAL 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEM. B.S. 



( 



156 91 white: 

24 20 Alexander Graham, Jr.: Bert Ishee, Fayetteville 

19 Belvedere: Mrs. Margaret T. Willis, Fayetteville 

21 Central-Person: Arthur Irving Maynard, Fayetteville. 

62 Fayetteville Senior: John T. Sasser, Fayetteville 

13 Haymount: Mary Sue McCutchen, Fayetteville 

6 Hillsboro Street: Wm. R. George, Favetteville 

12 9 Horace Sisk Junior: C. Fletcher Womble, Fayetteville. 
8 Lucile Souders: Martha E. Ellis, Fayetteville 

16 Ramsey Street: Wm. R. George, Fayetteville 

13 Vanstory Hills: Wm. G. Johnston, Jr., Fayetteville. 

19 Westlawn: Alma O. Easom, Fayetteville 

5 (Special in elem. schools: Music, Phy. Ed., Speech) 



1941 
1956 
1941 

1952 


1953 
•i92() 


1960 






1960 
1949 



124 



44 



negro: 
31 E. E. Smith Senior: E. E. Miller, Fayetteville 

16 Edward Evans: Selina M. Melvin, Fayetteville 

17 Fayetteville Elem. No. 12: W. T. Brown, Fayetteville 

25 Fayetteville Elem. No. 10: J. E. Purcell, Fayetteville 

2 Fuller: W. T. Brown, Fayetteville 

22 „ Newbold Training: Helen A. Hucles, Fayetteville 

19 North Street: Teresa C. Berrien, Fayetteville 

20 13 Washington Drive Junior: J. S. Spivey, Fayetteville 

3 (Special in elem. schools: Music, Speech) 

NotuPublie Schools: 

white: 
1-8 8 St. Patrick's: Sister Rose Louise, Ft. Bragg Rd., 

Fayetteville Sectarian 

1 3 The Haynie School: Mrs. J. Duke Haynie, 

Fayetteville Non-Sectarian 



♦1930 




1-8 4 „ St. Ann's: 

Streets, 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 



Sister Joan Margaret, Cor. Cool Spring and Grove 
Fayetteville Sectarian 



Eutaw Community Church: Mrs. Wm. Dept., Stamper Rd. 
Holy Trinity Episcopal Church: Mrs. Mason Hicks, Raeford Rd. 
Hay Street Methodist Church: Mrs. R. E. Luper 
St. John's Episcopal Church: Mrs. Ed Barnhill, Green St. 
Highland Presbyterian Church: Dorothy Hutaff, 111 Highland Ave. 
The Haynie School: Mrs. J. Duke Haynie, Ray Ave. 

Mrs. N. P. Guy Day Nursery and Kindergarten: Mrs. N. P. Guy, 
3232 Pinewood Dr. 

negro: 
College Hgts. Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Ruby Baldwin, Seabrook Rd. 



CURRITUCK 

Board of Education: Dr. C. N. Wright, Chairman, Jarvisburg; L. L 
Point: Wallace E. Davis, Currituck; James H 
Sam Sanderlin, Shawboro 

Board Attorney: W. F. Walker, Jr., Currituck 

Superintendent: S. C. Chandler, Currituck Phone 

Supervisor: Mrs. Myrtle P. Croom, Belcross (shared with Camden County) 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Luther B. West, Currituck 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS 

taught ELEM. H.S 

41 20 



NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
TOTAL 



Dozier, Jr., Powells 
Ferebee, Shawboro; 



Coinjock 3106 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEM. H.S. 



26 13 white: 

9-12 13 Knapp : W. F. Landing, Currituck 

1-8 12 „ Griggs: I. L. Williams, Poplar Branch 

1-7 3 Knotts Island: Mrs. Marie H. Jones, Knotts Island. 

1-8 11 Moyock: W. M. Hooper, Moyock 

15 7 negro: 

1-12 15 7 Currituck Union: W. H. Pattillo, Maple 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

♦Exceptional 



1960 



1932 



Dare-Davidson 



59 



DAREt 

Board of Education: Robert O. Ballance, Chairman, Manteo; Mrs. T. H. Brig^s, Jr., 
Kill Devil Hills, W. P. Dillon, Buxton; Floyd L. Hooper, Stumpy 
Point; C. T. Williams, HI, Avon 

Board Attorney: Kellogg, Jr., Manteo 

Superintendent: Mrs. Mary L. Evans, Manteo Phone: 2667 

Supervisors: None 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: W. R. Tillett, Manteo 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDP.ESS ELEM. H.S. 

84 18 TOTAL 

31 17 white: 

1-12 9 5 Cape Hatteras: B. J. Salter, Buxton 1950 

1-8 5 Kitty Hawk: L. E. Cayton, Kitty Hawk 1961 

1-8 17 Manteo Elementary: G. H. Gaskill, Manteo 1952 _ 

9-12 12 Manteo High: C. H. Butler, Manteo 1920 

3 1 negro: 
1-12 3 1 Roanoke: F. D. Sledge, Manteo 

Non-Public School: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Kitty Hawk: Mrs. David Stick, Kitty Hawk 



DAVIDSON 

Board of Education: D. W. McCulloch, Chairman, Rt. 2, Lexington: Vice Chairman, H. 
Lindsay Dorsett, Rt. 9, Winston-Salem; D. Clarence Sink, Rt. 7, 
Lexington; Mrs. C. L. White, Jr., Thomasville; Roy Orell, Rt. 1, 
Linwood 
Board Attorney: P. V. Critcher, Lexington 

Superintendent: E. Lawson Brown, Lexington, P. O. Box 266 Phone: CH 6-4529 

Administrative Assistant: C. F. Huffman, Lexington Phone: CH 6-2968 

Consultants: High School, Mrs. Carl Brinkley. Lexington, R-10 Phone: CH 6-2968 

Elementary, Mrs. E. H. Reich, Lexington, R-8 Phone: CH 6-2968 

Elem. & Audio-Visual Coordinator, Elvin Arrants, Lex Phone: CH 6-2968 

Attendance, Kenneth Lanning, Lexington Phone: CH 6-4529 



J. W. Phillips, Lexington Phone: 

Robert Phelps, Lexington Phone: 



B. Palmer, Lexington Phone: CH 6-2633 



Transportation Supervisor: 
Transportation Cost Clerk: 
Maintenance Supervisor: J. 
Public Schools: 

GRADES teachers 

taught elem. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 

282 113 TOTAL 



CH 6-2633 
CH 6-2633 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEM. H.S. 



1-8 
9-12 

'8 

'8 

•12 

•12 



-12 _ 



276 
12 



113 



8 
9-12 





23 


9 





21 




22 


12 




18 


33 




18 






16 


19 




18 






26 


18 




13 




7 




12 




10 




9 




19 




28 






15 


4 







1 


5 


2 


6 




6 





white: 

Arcadia: Ralph Kimel, Lexington, Rt. 8 1946 

Central: D. Hoyle Young, Lexington. Rt. 6 1958 

Churchland: Joe Widenhouse, Jr., Lexington, Rt. 5 1954 

Davis-Townsend: D. D. Martin, Lexington, Rt. 1 1954 

Denton : M. T. Honeycutt, Denton 1924 

East Davidson: R. H. Buie, Thomasville, Rt. 1 1962 

Fair Grove: E. T. Kearns, Jr., Thomasville, 217 Cedar Lodge 

Hasty: Ralph C. Copley, Thomasville, Rt. 4 1958 

Ledf ord : Carly le Cox, Thomasville, Rt. 4 1958 

Linwood : T. K. Huss, Linwood 1939 _ 

Midway: Carl W. Price, Lexington, Rt. 10 1939 

North Davidson: James O. Teal, Lexington, Rt. 10 •1958 

Pilot: W. R. Lemmons, Thomasville, Rt. 1 1954 „. 

Reeds: Robert R. Rankin, Lexington, Rt. 3 1953 

Reedy Creek: Joseph F. Hawkins, Lexington, Rt. 8 

Silver Valley: Paul V. Yarborough, Lexington, Rt. 2 

Southmont: Billie H. Leatherman, Southmont 1953 „ 

Tyro: Roy L. Swicegood, Lexington, Rt. 3 

Wallburg, Russel W. Zimmerman, Wallburg 1953 _ 

Welcome: C. H. Chapman, Welcome 1953 

West Davidson: William C. Walton, Linwood, Rt. 1 1959 

Children's Center, Trainable, Mrs. Mary B. Patterson, 

Lexington, Rt. 1 

Industrial Education Center, W. T. Sinclair, Director, 

Lexington • 

(Special Education: Speech 3, Educable 2, Driver Training, Guidance) 



negro: 

1-8 6 Thomas: 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 



Paul L. Thomas, Winston-Salem, Rt. 9. 



None 



60 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Lexington 

Board of Education: Clifford A. Erickson, Chairman, Jaques L. Beck, Odell M. Burkhart, 

Dr. Harold D. Cranford, Felix O. Gee, Robert H. Greer 
Board Attorney: Walter F. Brinkley, Lexington 

Superintendent: L. E. Andrews, Lexington Phone: CH 6-2221 

Bttsinesa Manager: Leonard Surratt, Lexington Phone: CH 6-5366 

Supervisor: Willie Ellen Trexler, Lexington Phone: CH 6-5356 

Attendance Worker: None 

School Lunch Suiyervisor: Mrs. Anglos M. Lindsay, Lexington Phone: CH 6-5356 

Public Schoole: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

140 54 TOTAL 

107 41 WHITE: 

1-6 13 Cecil: Dedrick F. Samuels, Lexington 1960 

1-6 9 Eanes: demons A. Smith, Lexington 1962 

1-6 13 Grimes: Lillian H. Maybry, Lexington 1958 _. 

1-6 14 Holt: E. Mildred Lindsay, Lexington 1958 

7-8 25 Lexington Junior: Theodore Leonard, Lexington 1959 

9-12 41 Lexington Senior: C. E. Wike, Lexington *1939 

1-6 15 Pickett: Harold W. Bowen, Lexington 1967 

1-6 13 Robbins: Florence M. Reid, Lexington 1959 „ 

5 (Special) 

33 13 NEGRO: 

7-12 7 13 Dunbar Junior-Senior: A. B. Bingham, Lexington *1929 

1-6 11 Dunbar Elementary: David H. Wagner, Jr., Lexington.... 1962 

1-6 13 South Lexington Elem: Frances F. Hargrave, Lexington.. 1961 

2 (Special) 

Non-Pjiblic Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Erlanger: Mrs. Archie Haynes, Ninth St. 

First Baptist: Mrs. James Stallings, 600 Maegeo Dr. 

First Methodist: Mrs. Archie Sink, Glen wood Dr. 

First Presbyterian: Mrs. Thomas C. Hinkle, Westover Dr. 

Hillcrest Kindergarten: Mrs. R. L. Baker, 211 Chestnut St. 

St. Stephen's Methodist Church: Mrs. Gertrude Gidney, E. 4th St. 

Thomasville 

Board of Education: Dr. C. O. Plyler, Jr., Chairman: J. C. Dorety, Vice-Chairman; Van 

W. Richardson, T. H. Burwell, J. Curry Regan 
Board Attorney: R. F. Van Landingham, Thomasville 

Superintendent: W. S. Horton, Thomasville Phone: 3553 

Supervisor: Margaret Elizabeth Walker, Thomasville 
Attendance Worker: None 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Mary Jane Larabee, Thomasville 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

105 40 TOTAL 

80 34 WHITE: 

1-6 21 Colonial Drive: Lucile Kirkpatrick, Thomasville 

1-6 21 Kern Street: Eva Kirkman, Thomasville 1940 

1-6 18 Liberty Drive: Thomas A. Patterson, Thomasville _ 

7-9 20 9 Main Street Junior: L. H. Ballard, Thomasville 1953 1920 

10-12 25 Senior: H. C. Hudgins, Jr., Thomasville *1920 

25 6 negro: 

1-12 19 6 Church Street: Nathan G. Perry, Thomasville *1933 

1-6 6 Turner Street: Mrs. Golden F. Wall, Thomasville 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

'First Methodist Church : Mrs. Arthur Black, Jr., 100 E. Sunset Ave. 
Rosemary Studio of Dance and Kindergarten: Mrs. Rosemary S. Davis, 

13 Trade St. 
Thomasville: Mrs. Lawrence Hill, Carmault St. 



DAVIE 

Board of Education: J. B. Cain, Chairman, Mocksville, Rt. 5: C. F. Bahnson, Cooleemee; 

L. W. West, Mocksville, Rt. 2; G. H. C. Shutt, Mocksville; H. R. 

Allen, Mocksville, Rt. 3; G. R. Madison, Mocksville 
Board Attorney: Peter W. Hairston, Mocksville 



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Superintendent: W. T. Bird, Mocksville 

Supervisor: Glenn Tolliver, Mocksville 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: E. R. Silliman, Mocksville 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS 
TAUGHT ELEM. H.S 
42 



.Phone: 634-2500 



99 



NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
TOTAL 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEM. H.S. 



35 



1-5 

1-8 

9-12 

1-8 

1-8 

1-8 

1-8 



84 

5 Wm. R. Davie: Kathryn Brown 1951 

21 . Cooleemee: V. G. Prim, Cooleemee 1952 

35 Davie County: D. F. Stillwell, Mocksville 1957 

9 Farmington: A. M. Kiser, Jr., Mocksville 1951 

27 Mocksville: Roy P. Marsh, Mocksville 1952 

14 Shady Grove: S. G. Wallace, Advance 1952 

8 Smith Grove: John T. Jones, Advance, Rt. 1 1955 



15 7 negro: 

1-12 11 7 Central Davie: Carl K. Hargraves, Mocksville 1952 1940 

1-7 4 North Cooleemee: Mrs. Mary Davis, Salisbuiy, Box 342 1962 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Mrs. Davis': Mrs. J. P. Davis, Mocksville 

Mrs. L. T. Hunter's: Mrs. L. T. Hunter, Pine St., Mocksville 



DUPLIN 

Board of Education: 



J. O. Smith, Chairman, Pink Hill; W. F. Dail, Chinquapin; D. D. 
Blanchard, Wallace; Russell Brock, Mt. Olive; J. F. Strickland, Warsaw 



Board Attorney 
Superintendent : 



H. 
O. 



E. Phillips, Kenansville 

P. Johnson, Kenansville Phone: 296-2681 

Assistant Superintendent: D. B. Teachey, Rose Hill 

Supervisors: White — Annie Mae Brown, Rose Hill; Magdalene Stancil, Warsaw 

Negro — Annie Mae Kenion, Warsaw 
Speech Therapist: White — Louise W. Mitchell, Kenansville; 

Nancy W. Williamson, Kenansville 
Negro — Nannie M. Barfield, Warsaw; Emma K. Farrior, Kenansville 
Librarians: White — Linda Alexander, Warsaw: Rachel Kennedy, Mt. Olive; Mary G. 
Rhodes, Beulaville; Virginia P. Quinn, Beulaville; Elizabeth K. 
Mallard, Wallace 
Negro — Willa R. George, Faison; Alma J. Frederick, Kenansville; 
Jacqueline J. Lacy, Magnolia 
Guidance: White — Sallie C. Ingram, Kenansville; Mary Dixon Brown, Warsaw; 
Mary E. B. Wells, Rose Hill 
Negro — Cora B. Thompson, Warsaw; Jessie J. Best, Kenansville 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Clarence Murphy, Kenansville 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

271 130 TOTAL 



•12 



154 

28 

16 

9 

17 



13 
25 



18 
117 



12 
21 
13 
15 

7 
18 

7 
16 



86 WHITE: 

.... Beulaville: W. Ray Humphrey, Beulaville 1953 

B. F. Grady: W. D. Thigpen, Albertson 1953 

Calypso: A. R. Roberts, Calypso 1961 

Chinquapin : George F. Landen 

38 East Duplin: R. L. Pruit, Beulaville 

Faison : R. B. Price, Faison 1960 

16 James Kenan: J. P. Harmon, Warsaw 

Kenansville: Z. W. Frazelle, Kenansville 

Magnolia: C. J. Thomas, Magnolia 

10 North DupHn: H. E. Grubbs, Calypso 

Rose Hill: W. R. Teachey, Rose HiU 1946 

Wallace: N. M. Carlton, Wallace 

22 Wallace-Rose Hill: D. D. Abernethy, Teachey 

Vv'^arsaw: W. J. Taylor, Warsaw 1941 

44 NEGRO: 

Branch: O. B. Martin, Albertson 

19 Charity: C. W. Dobbins, Rose Hill 

Chinquapin: Luther J. Sutton, Chinquapin 

13 Douglass: W. E. Smith, Warsaw 

12 E. E. Smith: J. T. Newkirk, Kenansville 

P. W. Moore: C. M. McCall, Faison 

P. E. Williams: V/. J. Powers, Magnolia 

Rose Hill: Windsor F. Johnson, Rose Hill 

Teachey: A. L. Larkin, Teachey 

C. W. Dobbins: J. B. Dafford, Wallace 



1962 
i9'58 

'i'926 

1956 



1953 



1938 
1933 



62 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kinder qarten : 

Bowden's: Warsaw 

School for Little Children: Mrs. H. M. Morrison, Wallace 

DURHAMt 

Board of Education: Kenneth C. Royall, Jr., Chairman, Durham, N. C; L. A. Downey, 
Durham; Paul Wright, Jr., Durham; L. R. Chambers, Durham; Mrs. 
Willard M. Marley, Durham 
Board Attorney: A. H. Graham, Jr. (Acting), Durham 

Superintendent: Chas. H. Chewning, Durham Phone: 883-0781 

Business Manager: Lester A. Smith, Durham 

Supervisors: White — Mrs. Allene B. Hassell, 2626 Pickett Rd., Durham 

Mrs. Nellie W. McFarland, 621 Swift Ave., Durham 
Miss Elizabeth Clay, 1420 Ida St., Durham 
Negro — Mrs. Lucia F. Taylor, 2008 Fayetteville St., Durham 
Special Subjects — Music: White: Mrs. Jocelyn R. Rosemond, Ridgecrest Dr., Chapel HiD 

Mrs. Helena S. Brigman, 106 Daniels Rd., Chapel Hill 
Mrs. Rebecca B. Carnes, 611 Lindsay St., Carrboro 
Negro: Mrs. Alice M. Stewart, 109 Nelson St., Durham 
Band: White — Larry E. Kirkland, C-3 Westover Apts., Durham 
Harold M. Allen, Jr., Wynne Rd., Durham 
Negro: W. H. Cole, Jr., 410 Pekoe St., Durham 
Art: White — Miss Mary R. Burgess, Morgan Creek Rd., Chapel Hill 
Mrs. Lou S. Otts. 302 Plum Lane, Chapel Hill 
Negro — Mrs. Althea M. Holmes, 1403 S. Alston Ave., Durham 
Audio- Visual and NDEA Coordinator: B. R. Oliver, 3 Goodyear Or., 

Durham 
Speech Therapist: Miss Jean Woody, 2734 Circle Dr., Durham 

Mrs. Carolyn C. Taylor, 806 Onslow St., Durham 
Trainable Teacher: Mrs. Ruble C. Hawkins, 2721 Chapel Hill Rd., 

Durham 
Assistant Trainable Teacher: Mrs. Elia M. Clements, 4426 Ryan St., 
Durham 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Judith D. Wysong, 628 Swift Ave., Durham 
Chief Bub Mechanic: W. E. Allen, Alston Avenue Road, Durham 
School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Judith D. Wysong, 628 Swift Ave., Durham 
Elementary Librarians: White: Miss Clara O. Jenkins, Rt. 6, Box 111, Durham 

Mrs. Mary F. Poole, Rt. 2, Box 222-A, Smith Drive, Durham 
Mrs. Eleanor B. Hobgood, 207 W. Murray St., Durham 
Mrs. Alice W. Hill, Box 115, Bahama 
Mrs. Mary M. Hudson, 107-C Bernard St., Chapel Hill 
Mrs. Janet S. Burley, 160 Daniels Rd., Chapel Hill 
Mrs. Mary G. Driver, Poplar Apts., 2802 Erwin Rd., Durham 
Mrs. Nancy C. Owen, 1118 Sedgefield St., Durham 
Mrs. Estelle H. Hodnett, 3845 Angier Ave., Durham 
Negro: Mrs. Selena W. Wheeler, 302 Formosa Ave., Durham 
Mrs. Hazel M. Smith, 915 Medina St., Durham 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACX^REDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

272 122 TOTAL 
203 85 WHITE: 

1-8 27 Bethesda: C. W. Morgan, 2009 S. Miami Blvd., Durham.. 1959 

1-8 19 Bragtown: E. B. Goodwin, Belvin Ave., Durham 1954 _ 

1-8 18 Glenn: Lula Belle Felts, 2415 E. Geer St., Durham 1939 

1-8 26 Hillandale: A. E. Ashe. Hillandale Rd., Durham 1952 _ 

1-8 22 Holt: A. H. Best, 4501 Holt School Rd., Durham 1961 „ 

1-8 26 Hope Valley: N. R. Vincent, 3023 University Dr., Durham.. 1989 _ 

1-8 20 Lowe's Grove: J. R. Auman, 4505 S. Alston Ave., Durham.. 1958 

1-8 15 Mangum: Sidney W. Ray, Bahama 1957 

9-12 41 Northern: O. D. Poe, Rt. 2, Roxboro Rd., Durham •1956 

1-8 30 Oak Grove: O. B. Bass, Wake Forest Hwy., Durham 1952 

9-12 _ 44 Southern: John T. Smith, Rt. 4, Ellis Rd., Durham *1957 

69 37 negro: 

1-6 13 Lakeview: Elliot B. Palmer, Dearborn Dr., Durham 1961 

1-12 14 11 Little River: C. B. Nixon, Rt. 1, Bahama 1944 *1934 

1-12 14 26 Merrick-Moore: D. M. McCaskill, 2325 Cheek Rd., Durham.. 1954 *1951 

1-8 28 „ Pearsontown: J. W. Davidson, Barbee Rd., Durham 1959 _ 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Durham 

Board of Education: Herman A. Rhinehart, Chairman; Mrs. Annie Laurie Bugg, Dr. John 

Glasson, D. Eric Moore, George R. Parks, Allston J. Stubbs 
Board Attorney: Marshall R. Spears, Durham 



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63 



Superintendent: Lew W. Hannen, Durham 

Assistant Superintendent — Instruction: E. L. Phillips, Durham 
Assistant Superintendent — Business: J. L. Woodward, Durham 
Supervisors: White: Mrs. Ruth L. McRackan, Durham 
Watkins Fugate, Durham 
Mrs. Zelma C. Daniels, Durham 
White: J. D. Andrews, Durham 
Negro: Edgar Alston, Durham 
School Lunch Director: Mrs. Annabelle D. Selph, Durham 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS 
TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. 

439 177 



.Phone: 6169 



Negro: 
Attendance Workers: 



NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
TOTAL 



YK. AOCREDITED 
ELEM. H.S. 



7-9 
7-9 
10-12 
7-9 
1-6 
1-6 
1-9 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 

1-6 
1-7 
1-6 
1-7 
10-12 
1-7 
1-6 
1-6 
1-7 
7-9 



231 
16 
24 

~'i7 
23 
16 

9 
17 
12 
15 
13 
22 
22 

9 

16 

208 

26 

9 
25 
20 

■"■"22 
34 
20 
11 
41 



105 



white: 

10 Brogden Jr.: T. B. Hall, Leon St 

13 Carr Jr.: R. E. Freeman, Morgan St 

72 Durham High: Dr. Dan F. Cagle, N. Duke St 

10 Holton Jr.: G. B. Summers, N. Driver St 

.... Club Boulevard: B. R. Ridenhour. Club Blvd 

.... Edgemont: C. B. Whitley, Jr., E. Main St 

.... Fuller: Ethel G. Reade, E. Chapel Hill St 

.... Holloway Street: R. E. Youngblood, HoUoway St. 

.... Lakewood: S. H. Lamm, Vesson Ave 

.... Morehead: J. B. McArthur, Arnette Ave 

.... North Durham: W. G. Whichard, North St 

.... E. K. Powe: C. P. Richman, Ninth St 

.... Y. E. Smith: H. E. Nelson, S. Driver St 

.... Southside: Mrs. Rhoda K. Hale, Erwin Rd 

.... George Watts: G. R. Harris, Watts St 



72 



negro: 

Burton: E. W. Midgstte, Lakeland & Holt Sts 

.... Crest Street: Jeff E. Smith, Crest St 

.... East End: F. D. Marshall, Dowd St 

.... Fayetteville Street: E. K. Tolbert, Fayetteville St. 

55 Hillside High: J. H. Lucas, Concord St 

.... Lyon Park: W. L. Bradsher, Jr., Halley St 

.... W. G. Pearson: F. G. Burnett. Umstead St 

.... C. C. Spaulding: L. E. Davis, S. Roxboro St 

.... Walltown : R. L. Yokley, Club Blvd 

17 Whitted Jr.: J. M. Schooler, Umstead St 



1939 1939 

1930 1920 

*1920 

1939 1920 

1954 

1939 

1939 _ 

1939 

1939 

1939 

1939 

1939 

1939 

1939 _ 

1939 

1942 

1959 

1942 _ 

1962 

*1923 

1942 _ 

1942 

1956 

1958 

1942 



Non-Public Schoola: 



1 

1-9 

1-9 

1 

1-5 



white: 
Child Centered School: Mrs. Delores C. Atkins, 

612 S. Duke St Non-Sectarian 

Immaculata: Sister Miriam Joseph, 

725 Burch Ave Sectarian 

Durham Academy: Richard H. Delano, S. Duke St., Sectarian 

Greystone Baptist Day: 2601 Hillsboro Rd Sectarian 

Twaddell School: Mrs. W. P. Twaddell, 

700 S. Duke St Non-Sectarian 

negro: 



1 2 „ St. Josephs Nursei-y: 804 Fayetteville St Sectarian _ 

1 1 St. Mark's Nursery: 531 S. Roxboro St. Sectarian 

1 2 Scarborough Nursery: 525 E. Proctor St Non-Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Barfield: Mrs. George C. Hoke, Acadia St., Barfield Community Center 

♦Chapman: Sadie M. Chapman, 2107 Ro.xboro Rd. 

Child Centered School: Mrs. Delores C. Atkins 

Epworth Methodist: Mrs. I. N. Gary, University Dr. & Home Valley Rd. 

Duke Memorial Week-day School: Mrs. Erika Richev, 504 W. Chapel 

Hill St. 
Durham Academy: W. W. Johnson 

First Baptist Church: Mrs. Ramona Anderson, Cleveland St. 
Greystone Baptist Church Day School: Mrs. Christine Brown, 

2601 Hillsboro Rd. 
Immaculata School: Sister Miriam Joseph, 725 Burch Ave. 
North Carolina College Nursery School: Mrs. Paula Mack, N. C. 

College Campus Home Ec. Bldg. 
Northgate Presbyterian Church School: Mrs. E. P. Bass, 

2504 Roxboro Rd. 
St. Luke's Episcopal: Mrs. Frank Gray, 908 W. Club Blvd. 
Twaddell School: Mrs. W. P. Twaddell, S. Duke St. 
West Durham Playschool: Mrs. John Rudin, W. Durham Community 

Center 



EDGECOMBE 

Board of Education: 



C. W. Mayo, Sr., Chairman, Tarboro; Z. E. Brinson, Tarboro; Clarence 
Weeks, Whitakers, Rt. 1; Wm. H. Brake, Rocky Mount, Rt. 2; A. F. 
Felton, Macclesfield 



64 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Board Attorney: Herbert H. Taylor, 111 St. James St., Tarboro Phone: TA 3-2470 

Superintendent: Morris S. Clary, Tarboro Phone: TA 3-2195 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Clara H. Stewart, P. O. Box 1008, T&Thoro. .. .Phone: TA 3-2195 
Negro: Mrs. Mary P. Boddie, Panola St., Tarboro 

Mrs. Marguerite P. Wimberly, 309 E. Highland Ave., Rocky Mount 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: H. E. Newberry, Tarboro 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

198 78 TOTAL 

66 36 white: 

1-12 8 9 North Edgecombe: Wm. Darron Flowers, Tarboro, Rt. 2 1959 1929 

1-8 6 Speed: Richard G. Eakin, Speed 

1-12 24 13 South Edgecombe: Coye Lewis, Pinetops 1927 

1-12 28 14 West Edgecombe: Robert M. Cashwell, Rocky Mount, Rt. 2.. 1940 1924 
132 42 negro: 

1-8 19 BuUuck School: James H. BuUuck, 648 Raleigh Rd., 

Rocky Mt 1961 

1-12 17 16 Carver: S. A. Gilliam, P. O. Box 275. Pinetops 1943 

1-8 13 Coker-Wimberly: Joseph H. Walters, 728 Penn Ave., 

Rocky Mount • 

6-12 8 11 Conetoe: Neill A. McLean, Box B, Conetoe 1952 

1-8 11 Living Hope: Mrs. Annie W. Johnson, Box 356, Macclesfield _ 

1-4 5 Mayo: Mrs. Ada P. Williams, Tarboro, Rt. 2 „ 

1-12 21 15 Phillips: Erastus Batts, Box 539, Battleboro 1951 

1-8 19 Roberson: Richard H. Pitt, Box 120, Tarboro 

1-8 19 Willow Grove: Felix J. Morton, Whitakers, Rt. 1, Box 248 1960 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Tarboro 

Board of Education: Pembroke Nash, Chairman, Tarboro; Bruce Russell, J. C. Powell, 

Mrs. H. H. Palmer, Jr., Mrs. W. J. Livesay 
Board Attorney: H. H. Taylor, Tarboro 

Superintendent : C. B. Martin, Tarboro Phone: TA 3-3658 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Clara Stewart, Tarboro 

Negro: Mrs. Mary P. Boddie, Tarboro 
Attendance Worker: White: Mrs. Margaret B. Lewis, Tarboro 

Negro: Mrs. Ethel Ward, Tarboro 
Director of Guidance: Grace Whitehurst, Tarboro 
Public Schools: 

grades teachers yr. accredited 

taught elem. h.s. name of school, principal and address elem. h.s. 

101 40 TOTAL 

61 27 WHITE: 

1-8 34 Loulie and Mary Bridgers: William T. Bright, Tarboro 1953 

1-7 27 North Tarboro: Elbert Lee Stocks, Tarboro 1958 

9-12 27 Tarboro High: O. H. Forrest, Tarboro *1920 

40 13 NEGRO : 

1-12 30 13 W. A. Pattillo: R. H. Cherry, Tarboro 1924 

1-8 10 Princeville: Mi-s. Mary Ward Matthewson, Tarboro 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Baptist: Mrs. W. S. Wood 

Mrs. Heydenreich's: Mrs. P. H. Hcydenreich 

FORSYTH 

Board of Education: C. L. Ray, Chairman, Winston-Salem; Mrs. G. G. Young, Kerners- 
ville; Boyd Idol, Winston-Salem, Rt. 3; Mrs. C. G. Grubbs, Winston- 
Salem: Dr. Lillian B. Lewis, Winston-Salem 

Board Attorney: James M. Hayes, Jr., Winston-Salem 

Superintendent: T. Ray Gibbs, Winston-Salem Phone: PA 3-4312 

Assistant Superintendent: Raymond L. Sarbaugh, Winston-Salem 

Administrative Assistant: John R. Shore, Winston-Salem 

Business Manager: Matthew C. Donahue, Kernersville 

Supervisors: White: Kathleen Emerson, Winston-Salem 
Mary Jo Isaacs, Winston-Salem 
Mary Ellen Gibbs, Winston-Salem 
Mrs. Joyce Sutton, Winston-Salem 
Louise Shelton, Winston-Salem 
Negro: Mrs. Clara Douglas, Winston-Salem, Route 7 



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Attendance Worker: Mrs. Josephine Shaffner, Avalon Road, Winston-Salem 

Controller: F. A. Yancey, Winston-Salem 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Morris Hastings, Winston-Salem 

School Lunch Director: Harold Redding, Winston-Salem 

School Lunch Supervisors: Mrs. Evelyn Whitt, Kernersville; Mrs. Mary Sapp, Winston-Salem 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACX;REDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

498 253 TOTAL 

459 232 white: 
1-6 17 City View: James N. Fitzpatrick, 3815 Greensboro Rd., 

Winston-Salem 

1-8 27 Clemmons: William F. Morgan, Clemmons 

10-12 41 East High: Fred E. Lewis, Jr., Rt. 3, Kernersville 

7-9 26 Glenn: John R. Craven, Rt. 1, Kernersville 

1-12 43 22 Griffith: R. L. Kuykendall, Clemmonsville Rd., Winston-Salem 

1-9 39 11 Kernersville: C. V. Sigmon, Kernersville 

1-8 20 Lewisville: Burton G. Stewart, Lewisville 

8-12 3 32 Mineral Springs High: J. H. White, Ogburn Ave., 

Winston-Salem 

1-7 32 Mineral Springs Elem.: B. E. Tarkington, Ogburn Ave., 

Winston-Salem 

9-12 39 Northwest: Julian Gibson, Murray Rd., Winston-Salem 

1-8 36 Oak Summit: Walter Joyce, Old Rural Hall Rd., 

Winston-Salem 

1-8 16 Old Richmond: John Wood, Tobaccoville 

1-8 40 Old Town: Robert L. Blevins, Reynolda Rd., Winston-Salem 

1-8 18 Prince Ibraham: Chancel Brown, Walkertown Rd., 

Winston-Salem 

1-8 33 Rural Hall: S. A. Winslow, Rural Hall 

1-6 26 .... Sedge Garden: F. M. White, 3060 High Point Rd., 

Winston-Salem 

1-8 24 South Fork: Moses Bridges, West First St., Winston-Salem 

9-12 36 Southwest: H. E. Simpson, Rt. 1, Clemmons 

1-7 26 Speas: Grady Stone, West Polo Rd., Winston-Salem 

1-6 18 Union Cross: Verlin Hutchinson, Rt. 1. Kernersville 

1-8 14 Vienna : John Holieman, Pf aff town 

1-6 27 Walkertown Elem.: C. O. McLamb, Walkertown 

7-9 25 Walkertown Jr. High: Earl R. Parker, Walkertown 

39 21 negro: 
1-12 39 21 Carver: Carl R. Martin, Jr., 409 Carver Rd., 

Winston-Salem 1952 *1939 

Non-Public Schools: 
9-12 . 1 Southern Pilgrim College: Carl Hightower, 

Kernersville Sectarian 1948 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Bethania: Mrs. Charles A. Woellner, Bethania 

Clemmons Baptist Church: Mrs. Dorman Williams, Clemmons 

Kernersville: Sarah Vance, Kernersville 

Lewisville: Mrs. Frank T. Reynolds, Lewisville 

Main St. Baptist Church: V. Manley Bennett, Box 666, Kernersville 

Rural Hall: Mrs. C. E. Jarvis, Rural Hall 

Winston- Salem 

Board of Education: Clifford W. Pei-ry, Chairman; M. C. Benton, Jr.; Philip N. Froelich: 
William M. Knott, Jr.; Floyd S. Burge; Richard C. Erwin; Rossie 
Shore 

Board Attorney: Womble, Carlyle, Sandridge & Rice, Winston-Salem 

Superintendent: Marvin Ward, Winston-Salem Phone: PA 2-7172 

Assistant Superintendents: L. Eugene Johnston and Leo G. Morgan 

Associate Superintendent: Ned R. Smith 

Comptroller: C. T. Leinbach, Jr. 

Director of Purchasing: Hoy Holshouser 

Instructional Staff: Coordinator of Secondary Education: Dr. James P. Sifford, Jr. 
Coordinator of Secondary Education: Mrs. Medora Hill 
Coordinator of Elementary Education: Mrs. Grace Efird 
Coordinator of Elementary Education: Mrs. Dorothy Carmichael 
Director of Special Services: Douglas Carter 
Coordinator of Elementary Education: Mrs. Lula Williams 
Director of Industrial Education: Ernest B. Parry 
Coordinator of Music: Robert Mayer 
Psychologist: Franklin P. Shupp 

Lunchroom Staff: Ralph Eaton, Director of Cafeterias 

School Social Workers: Mrs. Kate Harrell, Mrs. Marian Wilson, Earl Wooten 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

501 430 TOTAL 



66 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

266 287 white: 

1-6 25 Ardmore: John I. Kiger, Winston-Salem 1962 

1-6 24 Brunson: Jay V. Wise, Winston-Salem 1961 

1-6 10 Central: Harold Pope, Winston-Salem 1952 

1-9 10 Childrens Home: W. R. Edwards, Winston-Salem 1952 

1-6 13 Easton: Earl Sandefur, Winston-Salem 1958 _ 

1-6 23 Forest Park: George Hemrick, Winston-Salem 1939 

1-6 11 Granville: Vance Solomon, Winston-Salem 1952 

1-6 20 Konnoak: John Hartley, Winston-Salem 1959 

1-6 9 Latham: Mrs. Myrtle Butler, Winston-Salem 1961 

1-6 15 Lowrance: James Frazier, Winston-Salem 1956 

1-6 27 Moore: Thomas Beach, Winston-Salem 1952 „ 

1-6 11 North: George Milton, Winston-Salem 1939 „ 

1-6 11 Sherwood Forest: Bobby Greene, Winston-Salem 

1-6 22 South Park: Kelsey Schuyler, Winston-Salem 1939 

1-6 18 Waughtown: Monroe Johnson, Winston-Salem 1939 

1-6 22 Whitaker: Gerald Thomas, Winston-Salem 1955 

7-9 35 Dalton Junior: Dr. Richard Ray, Winston-Salem 1962 

7-9 14 Hanes Junior: Larry Graham, Winston-Salem 1936 

7-9 32 Hill Junior: Nelson Shearouse, Winston-Salem 1962 

10-12 38 Gray Senior: J. A. Woodward, Winston-Salem *1936 

10-12 27 Hanes Senior: Larry Graham, Winston-Salem •1936 

7-9 29 Philo Junior: John Eberhart, Winston-Salem 1962 

10-12 60 Reynolds Senior: John Tandy, Winston-Salem *1920 

7-9 40 Wiley Junior: Nash Hardy, Winston-Salem 1952 

12 Industrial Education Center: Ernest B. Parry 

235 143 negro: 

1-6 26 Brown : Reginald Hayes, Winston-Salem 1945 ... 

1-6 22 „ Carver Crest: L. A. Cook, Winston-Salem 1953 

4-6 17 Columbia Hts. Elem.: Winston-Salem 1955 . 

1-6 23 Diggs: S. E. Gary, Winston-Salem 1954 

1-6 24 Fairview: Mrs. Betty Williams, Winston-Salera „ 

1-8 46 Fourteenth St.: John Ashley, Winston-Salem 1945 

1-6 33 Kimberley Park: Mrs. Ruth Lewis, Winston-Salem 1954 

1-3 18 Mebane: Mrs. Lillian Williams, Winston-Salem 1944 

1-8 26 _ Skyland: D. C. Hobson, Winston-Salem 1956 

7-9 30 Anderson Junior: Palmer Friende, Winston-Salem 1961 

10-12 18 Anderson Senior: A. B. Reynolds, Winston-Salem 1961 

9-12 47 Atkins Senior: Togo West, Winston-Saiem *1919 

7-9 30 Paisley Junior: Melvin Scales, Winston-Salem 1961 

10-12 18 Paisley Senior: BiDy Friende, Winston-Salem 1961 

Non-Public Schools: 

WHITE: 

9-12 6 Bishop McGuinness Memorial: Sister Eileen Patrice, 

1730 Link Rd Sectarian 1958 

1 Dorminy Studios: Zinzendorf Hotel Non-Sectarian 

■ Ephesus Junior Academy: 240 Dunlieth Ave., N. E. Sectarian 

2 First Presbyterian Weekday: Cherrj' and Third 

Streets Sectarian 

4 Our Lady of Mercy: Sunnyside and Cascade Ave., Sectarian 

2 St. John Lutheran Day: 2415 Siles Creek 

Parkway Sectarian 

-8 8 _ St. Leo: 333 Springdale Ave Sectarian 

-12 8 Salem Academy: Alice Litwinchuk, S. Main St. .. Sectarian *1920 

-6 8 Salem Baptist Day: Ray Harvey, 429 S. Broad St.. .Sectarian 

-9 13 2 Summit: Douglas Lewis, Reynolda Rd Non-Sectarian • 

-2 1 Sunnyside Day Nursery & Kindergarten : 

2904 S. Main St Non-Sectarian 

negro: 

9-12 _ 4 St. Anne Academy: Mother M. Paulette, 

1612 E. 14th St Sectarian 

1-8 6 St. Benedict the Moor: Sister Christopher Mary, 

1208 Hattie Ave Sectarian 



Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Ardmore Baptist Church: Mrs. Richard Whisnant, Irving St. 

Bethlehem Center: Earl Wooten, 408 Hickory St. 

Centenary Methodist Church: Angela Brown, Box 608 

Dorminy Studios: Mrs. Dorminy, Zinzendorf Hotel BIdg. 

First Baptist Church: Mrs. Ernestine Cathcart, 622 Highland Ave. 

First Presbyterian Church: Mrs. J. E. Hedrick, First Presbyterian Church 

♦Fries Memorial Moravian Church: Mrs. H. Bryce Parker, 251 

Hawthorne Rd. 
Hansel & Gretal: Mrs. Everette Harris, 1748 W. Polo Rd. 
Highland Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Agnes David, Cleveland and 

Magnolia Sts. 
Mrs. W. A. Hunt's: Mrs. W. A. Hunt, 133 Rosedale Circle 
Jack & Jill: 2366 Patterson Ave. 
Leinbach's: Martha Leinbach, 3510 Robin Hood Rd. 
Meadowbrook: Mrs. Charles Davis, 1818 Meadowbrook Dr. 
New Philadelphia Parrish: Rev. R. A. lobst, 4440 Country Club Rd. 
Peace Haven : Mrs. Elaine H. Gravbeal, 23fi N. Peace Haven Rd. 
Peter Pan: Lottie M. Hewdon, 1309 E. Third St. 
Robin Hood Rd.: Martha R. Leinbach, 3510 Robin Hood Rd. 
Sisters of St. Francis: 1612 E. 14th St. 
St. Jon's Lutheran: Carol Rubow, 2415 Silas Creek Parkway 



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St. Paul's Episcopal: Mrs. W. S. Ellington, 530 Summit Ave. 

Salem Baptist: Mrs. R. O. Bennett, 429 S. Broad St. 

Summit School: Douglas Lewis, Reynolda Rd. 

Sunnyside K. and Day Nursery: 2904 S. Main St. 

The Farmette: Mrs. G. McLeod Bryan, Old Pfafftown Rd. 

Thomas Day: Mrs. Janie Thomas, 1611 Clark Ave. 

Unban Street Baptist Church: Winston-Salem 

Wake Forest Baptist Church: Mrs. G. T. Lumpkin, Jr., 

Wake Forest College 
Waughtown Kindergarten & Day Care Center: 1538 Waughtown St. 



FRANKLIN 

Board of Education: Mrs. T. H. Dickens, Chaii-man, Louisburg; Richard H. Cash, Louis- 
burg, Rt. 1: Mrs. T. H. Weldon, Henderson, Rt. 1; Horace W. Baker, 
Youngsville, Rt. 1; and A. C. Fuller, Louisburg. 

Board Attorney: W. H. Taylor, Louisburg 

Superintendent: Wiley F. Mitchell, Louisburg Phone: 496-4159 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Margaret W. Holmes, Zebulon, Rt. 2 
Negro: Mrs. Mable H. Davis, Box 262, Louisburg 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Jones M. Cannady, Louisburg 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRTNCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

146 69 TOTAL 



1-12 

7-12 

1-6 

1-12 

1-12 

1-8 

1-12 

1-12 



64 42 white: 

12 10 Bunn: W. H. Kelly, Bunn 1942 

3 7 Edward Best: Warren W. Smith, Rt. 4, Louisburg 

6 Edward Best Elem.: Mrs. Myrtle T. Parrish, Rt. 2, Louisburg 1952 

5 5 Epsom: L. A. Howes, Rt. 1, Henderson 1942 

' J. V. Marshall, Rt. 3, Louisburg 1939 

F. Shearin, Rt. 1, Louisburg 1940 

E. H. Stallings, Louisburg 1940 

E. R. Tharrington, Youngsville 1943 



9 5 Gold Sand: 

5 Harris: R. 

15 9 Louisburg: 

9 5 Youngsville: 



1922 
1924 



1928 
1927 



1920 
1926 



Special Education: Speech Therapist: Mrs. Mary C. Hinson, Bunn 



1960 
1933 



Louise Hill, Louisburg 



1 

82 27 negro: 

1-7 4 Cedar Street: G. V. Holden, Louisburg 

1-12 16 5 Gethsemane: R. M. Darden, Bunn 

1-6 4 Mapleville: S. L. Suitt, Louisburg 

1-12 23 7 Perry's: J. E. Wilson, Rt. 2, Louisburg 

1-12 29 14 Riverside: C. A. Harris, Louisburg 

1-8 6 Youngsville: O. W. Burrell, Louisburg 

1 Special Education: Speech Therapist: Mary 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Champion: Mrs. George Champion, Jr., Jolly St., Louisburg 
Methodist: Mrs. George High, E. Noble St., Louisburg 

Franklinton 

Board of Education: John A. Moore, Chairman; Vance C. Estes, Samuel M. Fishel, Rubert 
B. Pearce, Fred R. Ramey, L. A. Thompson, Sr., Richard C. Whit- 
field, B. N. Williamson 

Board Attorney: W. P. Pearce, Jr., Franklinton 

Superintendent: Jesse L. McDaniel, Franklinton Phone: 290-1 

Supervisors: White: Same as for Franklin; Negro: Same as for Franklin 

Attendance Worker: None 

Public Schools: 

YR. ACCREDITED 
NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 



Jesse L. McDaniel, Franklinton 1940 1920 

Person- Albion : Charles D. Keck, Franklinton 1922 



GRADES 
TAUGHT 


TEACHERS 
ELEM. H.S. 


NAME OF S 




36 


15 


TOTAL 




18 


9 


white: 


1-12 


18 


9 


Franklinton 


1-12 


18 
18 


6 
6 


negro: 
B. F. Perso 



Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Parham: Mrs. Brooks Parham, Jr., Cheatham St. 



GASTON 

Board of Education: John R. Rankin, Chairman, Gastonia; Ray P. Craig, Stanley; D. L. 

Friday, Dallas; D. Hoke Coon, Bessemer City; L. Edwin RudisiU, 

Cherryville; Dr. P. R. Taylor, Belmont 
Board Attorney: Harley B. Gaston, Belmont 



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Superintendent: Hunter Huss, Gastonia Phone: 865-2326 

Assistant Superintendents: N. S. Crawford, Gastonia; 

Mrs. Catherine R. Howan, Gastonia 
Supervisors: White: Miss Betsy J. Dean, Gastonia; Mrs. Pauline M. McDonald, Gastonia; 
Mrs. Elise C. Riley, Gastonia 
Negro: Mrs. Marie H. Hamilton, Dallas 
Attendance Worker: A. D. Nixon, Belmont 
Chief Bus Mechanic: W. Elmer Stewart, Gastonia 
Maintenance Supervisor: Schenck Craig, Gastonia 

Guidance Counselors: White: H. Alfred Best, Bessemer City; Mrs. Imogene S. DeVaughn, 
Stanley; John F. Smith, Mt. Holly; Mrs. Jewell M. Gaston, Belmont; 
Mrs. Maude K. Carter, Lowell; John B. Beam, Box 208, Lowell 
Negro: William Womble, Rt. 1, Kings Mountain 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

573 203 TOTAL 

506 175 white: 

1-7 4 Artcloth: Mrs. Ruth A. Glenn, Box 345, Gastonia 

Belmont: D. M. Mann, Belmont 

9-12 33 Belmont High: Gerald Cortner, Belmont 1922 

1-8 37 Belmont Central: Paul Houser, Belmont 1952 

1-8 24 Belmont East: K. L. Rhyne. Belmont 1949 

1-8 11 New Hope: W. W. Johnson, Rt. 3, Gastonia 

1-12 18 15 Bessemer City Central: L. C. Ward, Bessemer City 1951 1925 

1-6 12 Bessemer Citv West: J. W. Robinson, Bessemer City 1943 

1-7 31 Carr: John L. Cudd, Dallas 

1-8 8 Catawba Heights: R. P. Caldwell, North Belmont 1961 

1-8 8 Chapel Grove: Robert P. Falls, Rt. 1, Gastonia 

1-8 5 Costner: Miss Winnie E. Thornburg, Rt. 1, Dallas 

1-12 15 8 Cramerton: W. S. Havnie, Cramerton 1940 1929 

8-12 6 20 Dallas: Mitchell Carr, Dallas 1925 

1-8 23 Flint Groves: J. H. McClure, Jr., E. Gastonia 1941 

1-8 4 _ Harden: James C. Ayers, Rt. 1, Dallas 

1-8 7 High Shoals: Howard Riser, High Shoals 1950 

1-12 23 19 Holbrook: J. E. Martin, Lowell 1925 

9-10 33 Huss: B. E. Robbins, Gastonia 1962 

1-7 9 _ Kiser: J. J. Bumgardner, Stanley 

1-8 4 Lucia: Mrs. Alma A. Everhart, Rt. 1, Stanley 

1-8 8 McAdenville: W. F. Young. McAdenville 1953 

7-12 10 22 Mt. Holly High: Laxton Hamrick, Mt. Holly 1920 

1-6 39 Mt. Holly Elementarj': Allan F. Craig, Mt. Holly 

1-8 20 Myrtle: J. B. Boyles, Gastonia 1939 

1-8 24 North Belmont: T. H. Thompson, Jr., North Belmont 1951 

1-12 10 _ Orthopedic: Rebecca Neely, Gastonia 1943 

1-8 22 Ranlo: C. A. Clements, Jr., Spencer Mountain Rd., Gastonia 1941 

1-8 19 Rhyne: Sam C. Rhyne, Gastonia 

1-8 12 Robinson: Willard A. Bess, Rt. 3, Gastonia 1950 

1-8 28 South Gastonia: H. H. Beam, Gastonia 1942 

1-12 20 15 Stanley: O. L. Kiser, Stanley 1951 1923 

1-12 16 10 Tryon: H. F. Lovingood, Rt. 2, Bessemer City 1941 1929 

1-8 29 Victory: R. D. Lingerfeldt, Gastonia 1951 

67 28 negro: 

1-8 8 Gingles: James S. Miller, Dallas 

1-8 4 Humphrey: Gurt Reeves, Jr., Lowell 

8-12 1 14 Lincoln High: E. D. Wilson, Bessemer Citv — •1923 

1-6 6 Lincoln Academy: Mrs. Lucille W. Morgan, Kings Mountain 

1-8 10 Pleasant Ridge: Ralph C. Gingles, Gastonia 

1-12 15 14 Reid: James F. Foxx, Belmont 1951 1933 

1-8 12 Rollins : A. M. Rollins, Mt. Holly 

1-8 4 Springfield: James C. Brown, Stanley 

1-7 7 Stewart: C. M. Roberts, Bessemer City 

Non-Public Schools: 

9-12 2 Sacred Heart Academy: Sister M. Christine, 

Belmont Sectarian *1927 

1-8 8 Sacred Heart Grade: N. Main St., Belmont Sectarian 

Vocational Textile: Cris E. Folk, Belmont. .. .Non-Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Baptist Church Bessemer: Mrs. Elden Cook, W. Washington, 

Bessemer City 
Christ Lutheran Church: M'-s. Cecil Dellingor, Main St., Dallas 
Sacred Heart: Sister Mary Berchmans, N. Main St., Belmont 
Week-day School: Mrs. L. L. Parker, First Presbyterian Church, Belmont 

Cherryville 

Board of Education: D. R. Mauney, Jr., Chairman: H. A. Blackwelder, Treasurer; W. 

Blaine Beam, Gary Lou AUran, C. Martel Beam, Aaron B. Moss 
Board Attorney: W. J. Allran, Jr., Cherryville 

Superintendent: William H. Brown, Cherryville Phone: ID 5-6214 



Gates-Graham 69 

Supervisor: None . 

Attendance Worker : A. D. Nixon 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. A(XREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

47 27 TOTAL 

39 21 white: 

9-12 21 Cherryville: L. Berge Beam, Jr., Cherryville *1920 

6-8 12 Junior High: J. L. Beach, Cherryville 1943 

1-6 15 East Elem.: E. W. Carson, Cherryville 1955 

1-5 12 West Elem.: Mrs. Wilma T. Selley, Cherryville 1941 

8 6 negro: 

1-12 8 6 John Chavis: J. A. Arnold, Cherryville 1938 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Cherryville Nursery School: Noddie Richardson, 203 S. Mulberry St., 
Cherryville 

Gastonia 

Board of Education: Broadus McSvsrain, Chairman; Clyde Wright, H. S. Mackie, M. I. 

Petty, Carroll Hudson, R. Winston Crawford, Mason Blandford 
Board Attorney: 3. B. Garland, Gastonia 

Superintendent: W. B. Sugg, Box 550, Gastonia Phone: 5-3474 

Director of Instruction: G. Harold Miller 

Supervisor of Elementary Education: Miss Hazel Sprinkle 

Coordinator of Music Education: Mrs. Mary Ann Carpenter 

Coordinator of Libraries: Mrs. Lenora Taylor 

Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent: George S. McSwain 

Attendance Officer: Beeler M. Ballard 

Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds: H. Douglas French 

Supervisor of Cafeterias: Mrs. Ruth L. Hart 

Director of Industrial Education Center: Walter H. Wray 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

212 112 TOTAL 

169 91 white: 

1-6 22 _ Abernethy: C. K. Foy, Gastonia ■ 

7-9 11 8 Arlington Junior: John Goff, Jr., Gastonia 1920 

1-6 13 Armstrong: Mrs. Bruce McLean, Gastonia 1961 

10-12 52 Ashley, (Frank L.) : R. E. Carothers, Gastonia *1920 

1-6 21 Central: Robert M. Howard, Gastonia 1962 

1-6 12 East : Jacob Hord, Gastonia 1962 

1-9 37 9 Grier: Jno. D. Farmer, Gastonia 1957 1957 

1-6 15 Peedin: W. L. Brown, Gastonia 1943 

1-6 15 Wilson: L. N. Connor, Gastonia • 

7-9 16 10 Wray Junior: Harry Rogers, Gastonia 1920 

12 Industrial Education: Walter Wray 

7 (Music and library) All schools 

43 21 NEGRO: 

7-12 8 18 Highland Jr.-Sr.: Thebaud Jeffers, Gastonia *1929 

1-6 29 Highland Elem.: R. L. Schooler, Gastonia 

1-6 5 Hoffman Road: Frank Parker, Gastonia 

3 Industrial Education: Walter Wray 

1 (Library) AU 

Non-Public Schools: 

2 First Baptist Christian Day: Corner Franklin Ave. & 

S. St. Sectarian • ■ 

1-8 6 St. Michael's Parochial School: Sister Mary Consilia, 

704 St. Michael's Lane Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

*First Baptist Christian Day: Mrs. Lillian Mason, First Baptist Church 

Community: Mrs. Myrtle Hoffman, New Way Dr. 

*First Methodist Church: Mrs. Walter Carnes, Jr., 2713 Thomas 

First Presbyterian Church Christian Day: Mrs. Davis Moore, 516 South St. 

Presbyterian Week-day: Mrs. K. A. Bowen, 832 Avondale Rd. 

♦Howell: Mrs. Virginia Howell, 109 Patrick St. 
■ Hord: Mrs. Horace B. Hord, 1406 Boston Cr. 

Kiddie College: Mrs. Charles Falls, Kirby St. 

St. Michael's Parochial : Sister Mary Consilia, Gi-avely Ave. 

GATES 

Board of Education: S. P. Cross, Chairman, Gatesville; Mrs. Marian Nixon, Sunbury; 

D. C. Eure, Eure; D. A. Willey, Gates; Alfred F. Stallings, Jr., 

Hobbsville 
Board Attorney: A. Pilston Godwin, Jr., Gatesville 



70 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Superintendent: W. C. Harrell, Gatesville Phone: 2221 

Express Office: Roduco 
Supervisor: Mildred Pate, Gatesville 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: F. Parker Smith, Gatesville 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

60 27 TOTAL 

22 13 white: 

9-12 13 Gates County High: Ernest E. Askew, Gatesville 1962 

1-8 11 Gatesville: Homer V. Parker, Gatesville 1953 

1-8 11 Sunbury: J. P. Johnson, Sunbury 1949 

38 14 negro: 

1-8 22 Buckland: Ii-ving R. Barcliffe, Gates 1958 

9-12 14 Central: G. H. Creecy, Gatesville 1958 

1-8 16 T. S. Cooper: William Beaman, Sunbury 1961 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

GRAHAM 

Board of Education: Harvey J. Odom, Chairman, Robbinsville; Wayne C. Marcus, Rob- 
binsville; Wayne Phillips, Robbinsville; Garl Jenkins, Robbinsville; 
Arnold Allen, Fontana Dam 

Board Attorney: R. B. Morphew, Robbinsville 

Superintendent: James A. Stanley, Robbinsville Phone: GR 9-3413 

Supervisor: None 

Attendance Worker: David Boyd Collins, Robbinsville 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Hurshel W. Matheson, Robbinsville 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Ann Pangle, Robbinsville 

Public Schools: 

grades TEACHERS YR. AOCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

42 19 TOTAL 

42 19 white: 

1-12 6 3 Mt. View: Jiles O. Lovin, Tapoco 1955 

1-12 30 13 Robbinsville: Kenneth S. Barker, Robbinsville 1931 

1-12 5 3 Stecoah: Jack Dillard Lovin, Robbinsville 1949 

1 (Special Education, Robbinsville School) 

negro: None 
Non-Public Schools: None 
Federal Schools: 

Snowbird Indian School: Al Lee, Robbinsville, Rt. 1 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

GRANVILLE 

Board of Education: W. W. Whitfield, Chairman, Creedmoor; H. L. O'Brien, Oxford, Rt. 

5; B. T. Strother. Franklinton, Rt. 1; J. F. Pruitt, Oxford; C. Hesley 

Clark, Oxford. Rt. 4 
Board Attorney: Edward F. Taylor 

Superintendent: David N. Hix, Oxford Phone: 5787 

Supervisors: White: Mary W. Hall, Oxford; Negro: Mi-s. Lola H. Solice, Creedmoor 
Attendance Worker: None 

Transportation Supervisor: Thomas W. Carver, Oxford 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. AOCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

117 70 TOTAL 

54 41 white: 

1-12 6 5 Berea: H. C. Triplett, Oxford, Rt. 1 1950 1929 

1-8 19 Creedmoor: Richard H. Nelson, Creedmoor 1956 

1-12 7 8 Oak Hill: L. C. Adcock, Virgilina, Virginia, Rt. 2 1961 1926 

9-12 21 South Granville High: Russell N. Manning, Creedmoor 1962 

1-8 6 Stem: M. R. Vickers, Stem 

1-12 9 7 Stovall: John Homer Thomas, Stovall 1941 1923 

1-8 7 Wilton: Robert David Hunt, Franklinton, Rt. 1 1940 

63 29 negro: 
1-12 11 4 G. C. Shaw: G. E. Wood, Stovall 1950 



Granville-Greene 71 

1-12 32 14 Hawley: Daniel O. Leatherberry, Creedmoor 1945 1939 

1-12 20 11 Joe Toler: Seth W. Hester, 425 Granville St., Oxford 1943 

Non^Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Oxfordf 

Board of Education: Hugh M. Cuirin, Oxford; W. P. Clement, E. N. Crews, Dr. L. S. 

Daniel, Dr. William B. Tarry, W. L. Vaugrht, Dr. W. G. Woltz 
Board Attorney: T. S. Royster, Oxford 

Superintendent: C. W. Duggins, Oxford Phone: 3342 

Supervisor: Annie Gray Burroughs, Oxford 

Special Subjects: Art: White — Mrs. Dian Bost Jones, Oxford 
Negro— Mrs. Sallie K. Peace, Oxford 
Music: White — Mrs. Kathryn Mewborn Webb, Oxford 
Mrs. Glen T. Cain, O.xford 
Negro — Helen E. Braxton, Oxford 
Director of Guidance and Testing: White: Mrs. Mary A. McSwain, Oxford 

Negro: Mrs. Mary Wimberley Gant, Oxford 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

92 47 TOTAL 

42 28 white: 

1-6 24 C. G. Credle: Roy L. Smith, Oxford 1940 

1-12 9 11 John Nichols: Thomas B. Currin, Oxford 1939 1924 

6-12 9 17 Oxford: Bruce F. Sloan, Oxford 1940 1920 

50 19 negro: 

1-4 22 Orange Street: George R. King, Oxford 1946 

1-8 9 Angier B. Duke: Mrs. Lena G. Smith, Oxford 

5-12 19 19 Mary Potter: Jimmie V. Morris, Oxford *1922 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

St. Peter's M. E. Church: Mrs. Ruthe Cooper, Linden Ave. 
Mrs. -John Watkins': Mrs. John S. Watkins, Jr., Pine Cone Dr. 

GREENE 

Board of Education: H. Maynard Hicks, Chairman, Snow Hill; James H. Hardy, Maury; 

Moses M. Jones, Walstonburg, Rt. 1; P. L. Barrow, LaGrange, Rt. 1; 

Mrs. Sara M. Stocks, Hookerton 
Board Attorneys: Walter G. Sheppard, Snow HiU; K. A. Pittman, Snow HiU 

Superintendent: Gerald D. James, Snow Hill Phone: SH 7-3666 

Express Office: Farmville 
Supervisor: Mrs. Genevieve M. Taylor, Snow Hill 
Guidance Director: W. Loys May, Snow Hill 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: George R. McGaughy, Snow Hill 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

128 49 TOTAL 

54 28 WHITE: 

9-12 28 Greene County Central: Robert E. Strother, Snow Hill 1961 

1-6 6 Hookerton: James Thomas Lamm, Hookerton 1939 

1-8 11 Maury: Robert N. Caddell, Maury 1950 _ 

1-8 25 Snow Hill: Talton W. Jones, Snow Hill 1941 

1-8 10 Walstonburg: R. Donald Jones, Walstonburg 1945 

1 Elementary Librarian 

1 Speech Therapist 

74 21 negro: 

1-12 21 21 Greene County Training, J. F. McNeill, Snow HiU 1930 

1-8 23 East Greene, R. A. Morris, Hookerton, Rt. 1 

1-8 18 North Greene, J. C. Brown, Walstonburg 1961 

1-8 10 West Greene, George Williams, Snow Hill, Rt. 3 _ 

1 Elementary Librarian 

1 Speech Therapist 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Happy Houi-s: Mrs. Margaret M. Veach, Snow Hill 

Maury Kindergarten: Mrs. James H. Hardy and Mrs. W. Loys May, 

Maury 
The Little Red School House: Mrs. John Harper, Jr., Snow Hill 



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GUILFORD 

Board of Education: Howard E. Cass, Chairman, Box 749, Greensboro; Zack L. Whitaker, 
Oak Ridge; E. T. Coble, Rt. 4, Greensboro; Mrs. O. Arthur Kirkman, 
501 W. High St., High Point; Mrs. Edward Burke. Gibsonville 
Board Attorney: John W. Hardy, Greensboro 

Superintendent: E. P. Pearce, Jr., Greensboro Phone: BR 3-3611 

Assistant Superintendents: Instructional Service: Dr. H. T. Conner, Greensboro 

Buildings and Grounds: R. W. Utley, Greensboro 
Business Manager: I. H. Black, Greensboro 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Emma O. Nelson, Greensboro; Bessie Mae McFadden, Greensboro 
Negro: James Earl Whitley, Greensboro 
Special Subjects: Science: Warren W. Omohundro, Greensboro 
Music: Doris Kimel, Greensboro 
Guidance: Mrs. Dorothy F. Miller, Greensboro 
Library: Mrs. Hallie S. Bacelli, Greensboro 
Attendance Supervisor: Mrs. Margaret F. Taylor, Greensboro 
Chief Bus Mechanic: E. R. Michaux, Greensboro 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TELACHERS YR. ACXJREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

570 249 TOTAL 

478 219 WHITE: 

1-8 21 Alamance: Ivil L. Porter, Rt. 10 1955 

4-12 20 14 Allen Jay: A. Doyle Early, 1201 Fairfield Rd., High Point.. 1953 1931 

1-3 13 Allen Jay Primary: Mrs. C. S. Keller, Fairfield Rd.. 

High Point 1957 

5-12 22 22 Bessemer: Robert A. Clendenin, 3710 E. Bessemer Ave 1961 1924 

1-4 26 Bessemer Primary: Mrs. Isabel C. Cude, Huffine Mill Rd.. . 1957 

1-7 14 Brightwood: Stanley J. Protas, 2500 Lee's Chapel Rd 1962 

1-7 4 Busick: E. H. Thompson, Brown Summit. Rt. 1 

1-8 15 Colfax: Arnold L. Bolen, Colfax 1954 

1-12 20 11 Gibsonville: Irie Leonard, Gibsonville 1952 1925 

1-12 37 17 Guilford: Henry C. Walters, 401 College Rd 1953 *1924 

1-8 35 Jamestown: John Robert Lawrence, Jamestown 1962 

1-7 16 Jesse Wharton: Donald M. Snodderly, 116 Pisgah Church Rd. 1953 

9-12 37 Lucy C. Ragsdale High: Tyre Glenn Madison, Jr., Jamestown *1920 

District Principal: Kenneth T. Miller, Jamestown 

1-8 23 McLeansville: Thurman A. Hornev, McLeansviUe 1956 

1-6 13 _ Millis Road: Mrs. Alice S. Armfield, Jamestown 1962 

1-8 9 Monticello: M. A. Sechrest, Brown Summit, Rt. 1 

1-8 16 Nathanael Greene: Conrad O. Hinshaw, Liberty, Rt. 1 

9-12 39 Northeast High: L. Sam Dockery, McLeansville, Rt. 1, 

Box 85-0 1962 

9-12 30 Northwest High: Roscoe L. Billings, Greensboro, Rt. 3, 

Box 584 1962 

1-7 6 Oak Ridge: Robert R. Hunter, Oak Ridge 1953 

1-8 24 Pleasant Garden: Robert Ayers, Pleasant Garden 1940 

1-8 30 Rankin: William F. Burton, Jr., 3301 Summit Ave 1953 

1-7 22 Sedgefield: J. R. Blackwell, Jr., 2905 Groometown Rd 1954 

9-12 33 Southeast High: John A. Cox, Jr., Greensboro, Rt. 4, 

Box 324 1962 

1-8 12 Stokesdale: Jesse B. Joyce, Stokesdale 1954 

1-8 27 Summerfield, Harold Crump, Summerfield 1961 

1-12 36 16 Sumner: Jack S. Barton, Greensboro, Rt. 8 1962 1927 

1-7 17 Union Hill: C. W. HoweU, High Point, C-28 1962 

92 30 negro: 

1-12 12 9 Brown Summit: E. J. Jones, Box 488, Brown Summit 1962 1940 

1-9 13 2 Florence: Victor Blackburn, High Point, Rt. 1 1952 

1-12 10 8 Laughlin: George R. Jordan, Box 38, Summerfield 1962 1952 

1-8 6 Lee Holt: Paul E. Sandifer, Box 864 

1-9 17 1 Mt. Zion: James C. Hill. 1500 Huffine Mill Rd 1959 '-^^^ 

1-8 10 Poplar Grove: Murray R. Holmes, Rt. 5, Box 690 1959 

1-9 16 2 Rena Bullock: Quince H. Holt, Davis Mill Rd., Rt. 1 1953 

1-12 8 8 Sedalia: William H. Lanier, Box 156, Sedalia 19G1 1940 

Non-Public Schools: 

WHITE: 

9-12 _ 14 Oak Ridge Military Institute: W. J. Chandler, 

Oak Ridge Non-Sectarian *1920 

1-12 5 2 John Wesley College: Kenneth R. Dooley, 1906 Boulevard St., 

Greensboro Sectarian 

NEGRO : 

7-12 10 5 Palmer Memorial Institute: Wilhelmina M. Crosson, 

Sedalia Non-Sectarian *1923 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Guilford: Mrs. Ellen Knight, Mrs. Dorothy Hyler, Rt 3, Guilford College, 

Box 160 
Pleasant Garden: Mrs. Kate Hunt Kirkman, Mrs. G. E. Bell. Jr.. 

Pleasant Garden 
Pleasant Garden : Mrs. H. K. Alley. Box 221, Pleasant Garden 



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♦Sedgefield Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Ruth Wilson, 4216 Wayne Rd., 
Mrs. Gwen Hall, 3606 Galway Dr., Lorraine Smith, 4216 Wayne 
Rd., Greensboro 
Mrs. W. R. Warren's: Mrs. W. R. Warren, 3102 Groometown Rd., 
Greensboro 

Greensborof 

Board of Education: Richard K. Hunter, Chairman; Mrs. Lessie Hoyle, Dr. G. H. Evans, 
George E. Norman, Jr., James R. Perrin, L. P. McLendon, Jr., 
Richard M. Wilson 
Board Attorney: Robert F. Moseley, Greensboro 

Superintendent: Philip J. Weaver, Greensboro.^ Phone: BR 5-8281 

Assistant Superintendent for Business: R. Thorpe Jones, Greensboro. .. .P/ione: BR 5-8281 

Assistant Stiperintendcnt for Instruction: W. J. House, Greensboro Phone: BR 5-8281 

Supervisors: White: David K. Tally, Lucille Browne, Sidney Holmes, Arnold Medlin, 
Leonard L. Johnson, Greensboro 
Negro: Mrs. Laura D. Brown, Greensboro 
Attendance Worker: White: Mrs. Nevelyn Jackson, Greensboro 

Negro: Mrs. Aurelia E. J. Wiggins, Greensboro 
School Lunch Supervisors: Mrs. Elizabeth Miller, Mrs. Elizabeth Harrell, 

712 N. Eugene St., Greensboro 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

719 302 TOTAL 

520 222 white: 

1-6 15 Archer: Harry Conner, Four Seasons Blvd . 

1-9 34 14 Aycock: Charles E. Herbert, Cypress St 1949 1920 

1-6 21 Brooks: Robert W. Barrett, Westover Terrace 1952 .. 

1-9 27 8 Central: L. W. Anderson, S. Spring St 1950 1920 

1-6 16 Claxton: Mrs. Helen Medlin, Pinetop Rd 1961 

1-6 24 Cone: Mrs. Margaret Wall, Church St. Ext 1950 

1-6 18 Craven: Miss Katherine Murray, Parkwood Dr 1956 

1-12 9 5 Curry: Herbert E. Vaughn, Jr., Woman's College 1939 *1928 

1-9 20 4 Gillespie Park: David A. Johnson, Asheboro St 1949 1920 

1-6 22 Greene: Miss Dorothy McNairv, Benjamin Parkway 1957 

10-12 93 Grimsley: A. P. Routh, Westover Terrace *1920 

1-6 22 Hunter: Lee D. Wellons, Merritt Dr 1939 

1-6 27 Irving Park: Miss Carolyn McNairy, Sunset Dr 1952 

7-9 22 14 Jackson Jr.: William B. Mclver, Hardie & Ontario Sts. 1960 

1-6 27 Joyner: Lawrence R. Hammonds, Normandy Rd 1956 

7-9 23 15 Kiser Jr.: E. Frank Johnson. Benjamin Parkway 1958 1958 

1-6 17 Lindley: Clayton Gardner, Camden Rd 1949 

4 Lindley-Trainable School: Clayton Gardner, Camden Rd... 1949 

7-9 16 8 Lindley Jr.: Clyde E. Tesh, Spring Garden St 1939 1920 

1-6 14 Mclver: Ruth A. Steelman, West Lee St 1949 

1-6 27 Murphey: Ailene Beeson, Ontario St 1957 

10-12 53 Page: Luther R. Medlin, Page St *1959 

1-6 20 Peck : M. D. Teague, Florida St 1939 

1-6 12 Porter: Reeves M. Edens, Ball St 1952 

1-9 28 8 Proximity: C. E. Rankin, Summit Ave 1949 1920 

1-6 20 Sternberger: David T. Helberg, N. Holden Rd 1951 

1-6 6 Vandalia: Harry Conner, Vandalia Rd 1961 

1-6 25 Wiley: M. Banks Ritchie, Terrell St 1955 

4 (All Schools — Helping Teachers) 

199 80 negro: 

1-6 29 Bluford: Mrs. Pauline Foster, Tuscaloosa St 1957 . 

1-6 29 Caldwell: W. A. Goldsborough, 503 Asheboro St 1961 . 

10-12 60 Dudley: J. A. Tarpley, Lincoln St *1927 

1-4 25 Jones: Mrs. Gladys Woods, South St 1939 

1-6 14 Jonesboro: G. D. Tillman, Raleigh St 1947 

7-9 32 15 Lincoln Jr.: V. H. Chavis, Lincoln St 1951 

1-6 15 Moore: Mrs. Flossie Alston, N. Regan St 1939 

5-9 24 5 Price: A. H. Peeler, S. Cedar St 1950 

1-6 30 Washington: J. S. Leary, E. Washington St 1939 

1 (All Schools — Helping Teachers) 

Non-Public Schools: 

white: 

1 2 Day's Private: 600 Asheboro St Non-Sectarian 

1-2 2 Grace Lutheran: 1315 E. Washington St Sectarian 

1-8 1 Greensboro Academy: 1202 E. Market St Sectarian 

9-12 7 Notre Dame: Sister Berchmans Julia, 901 Summit 

Ave Sectarian 1942 

1-8 8 Our Lady of Grace: Sister M. Clotilde, 2205 W. Market 

St Sectarian 

1 2 Page Private: 1005 W. Market St., Box 802. .Non-Sectarian 

]-8 7 St. Pius X: Sister M. Vincentia, 2200 N. Elm St.. Sectarian • 

negro: 

1-8 4 Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, Sister Madeliene, 

812 Duke St Sectarian 



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Educational Directory of North Carolina 



Nursery and Kindergarten: 

ABC Playschool: Mrs. J. F. Brown, 4211 Howard St. 

Busy Day Nursery: Mrs. Eva Hodgin, 810 Dillard St. 

Central School: Mrs. Vanetta Widenhouse, Spring St. 

Christ Methodist Church: Mrs. Robert W. Mims, 407 Wedgedale Dr. 

♦College Place: Mrs. Zelda C. Pemberton 

*Curry School : Jean Ash, Spring Garden, WUNC 

Day's Private School: Mrs. R. F. Day, 600 Asheboro St. 

Ebenezor Lutheran Church: Mrs. Germaine Smith, 1900 Walker Ave. 

♦First Baptist Church: Jeanette Wheatley, 1100 Madison Ave. 

First Christian Church: Mrs. Charles Strong, 1900 W. Market St. 

First Evangelical Reformed Church: Mrs. James Ward, 2714 W. 
Market St. 

'First Presbyterian Church: Margaret Hansel, 617 N. Elm St. 

Fisher Park: Mrs. A. M. Cumbie, 624 N. Elm St. 

Fisher Park Nursery: Mrs. Millie Hopkins, 2306 N. Elm St. 

Freeman's: Mrs. Wallace Freeman, 603 Church St. 

Friendly Homes: Mrs. James Sykes, 613 Candlewood Dr. 

♦Greensboro Cooperative: Mrs. J. T. Love 

Guilford Grange: Mrs. Clarence Knight, Rt. No. 3, Box 160 

Guilford Park Presbyterian Church : Mrs. James Whitlow, 2100 Fern- 
wood Dr. 

Happy Day: Mrs. John A. Baynes, 711 Waugh St. 

Happy Day: Mrs. Louise G. Baker, 206 E. Hendrix St. 

Hester's: Mrs. J. T. Hester, 710 Waugh St. 

Hester's Tiny Tot: Mrs. Henrietta B. Hester, 711 Holt Ave. 

Holy Trinity Day School: Mrs. C. Richard Eichhorn, 607 N. Greene St. 

♦Lawndale Baptist Church: Mrs. H. Hoyt Price. Lawndale Dr. 

•Lindley Park Baptist Church: Mrs. Kathryn Thompson, 4010 
Walker Ave. 

Little Bo-Peep Playschool: Mrs. Mary B. Pearce, 910-912 Dillard St. 

Presbyterian Church of the Covenant: Mrs. A. M. Cumbie, Corner Mende- 
hall & Walker Ave. 

St. Andrews Episcopal Church: Mrs. John Booth, 2105 W. Market St. 

St. Francis Episcopal Church: Mrs. Mary Richardson, Lawndale Dr. 

St. Pius X: Sister Regina, 2200 N. Elm St. 

Starmount Presbyterian Church: Cornelia Cartland, W. Market St. 

Tiny Tot, Mrs. J. T. Hester, 1819 Dellwood 

♦West Market Street Methodist School: Mrs. John Thompson, 
West Market St. 

High Point 

Board of Education: William A. Tomlinson, Chairman: W. H. Marlette, Mrs. Evelyn 
M. Thompson, Mrs. Florence S. Womack, John W. Clinard, Jr., 
Dr. Perry P. Little 
Board Attorney: D. P. Whitley, Jr., High Point 

Superintendent: Dean B. Pruette, High Point Phime: 88 87101 

Assistant Superintendent: Lloyd Y. Thayer, High Point Phone: 88 87101 

Business Manager: Walter F. Jones, High Point Phone: 88 86912 

Supervisors: Gwendolyn Doggett, High Point Phone: 88 28415 

Mrs. Margaret Gladstone, High Point Phone: 88 2952G 

Attendance Worker: Mrs. J. W. McGuinn, High Point Phone: 88 26127 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

351 130 



1-G 
1-6 
1-6 

7-9 
10-12 
1-6 
1-6 
1-6 
7-9 
1-6 
1-6 
1-7 
1-6 



1-5 
1-5 



1-6 
9-12 



265 


102 


18 




18 




18 




35 


12 




69 


19 




14 




20 




23 


14 


23 




20 




22 




19 




16 


7 


86 


28 


22 




16 




27 




16 







26 



NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
TOTAL 

white: 

Brentwood: Margaret Chatfield, High Point 

Cloverdale: Donald L. Hancock, High Point 

Emma Blair: Dwight B. Story, High Point 

Ferndale Junior: Gaither C. Frye, High Point 

High Point Central: W. J. Scott, High Point 

Johnson Street: Willie Dean Dull, High Pont 

Kirkman Park: Jerry G. Shaver, High Point 

Montlieu Avenue: Mrs. Georgia Thayer, High Point. 
Northeast Junior: Raleigh Dingman, High Point. . . 

Northwood: Mrs. Emma Padgett, High Point 

Oak Hill: Grier A. Bradshaw, High Point 

Oak View: John R. Wells, High Point 

Tomlinson : W. E. Rogers, High Point 

(Specials — all schools) 




negro: 
Boundary Street: 
Fairview Street: 



5 2 

Non-Publie Schools: 



A. J. Griffin Junior: 
Leonard Street: Wm. 
William Penn: S. E. 
(Specials — all schools) 



C. E. Yokely, High Point... 
Mytrolene Graye, High Point. 



O. F. Hudson, High Point. 
E. Stanton, High Point... 
Burford, High Point 



1960 
1939 
1955 
1939 



*1922 



1-8 



Immaculate Heart of Mary: Mother M. Borgia, 
Centennial & Denny Sts 



Halifax 75 

1-10 2 1 Tri-City Seventh Day Adventist: Nobel Carlson, 

Clinard Rd Sectarian 

negro: 

1-8 1 Baldwin's Chapel: Rosetta Baldwin, 1412 Olga St., Sectarian 

1-8 4 Christ the King: Sister Marie Ignatius, 

1611 Kivett Dr Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten'. 

white: 
Adams Dance Studio: Mrs. Ruth Adams Lewis, 757 N. Main St. 
Babyland Nursery & Kindergarten: Mrs. Etta Wischum, 225 W. Ray St. 
Commerce Street Nursery: Mrs. D. L. Bouldin, 903 Commerce 
Emery wood Baptist Church: Beverly Nielsen, Westchester at 

Country Club 
Fairyland Child Center: Mrs. Ralph Miller, 1219 McCain PL 
Farmland: Mrs. James Mattocks, 2600 S. Main St. 
First Presbyterian Church: Mrs. W. R. Harrelson, 918 N. Main St. 
Grace Lutheran: Mrs. H. L. Voelkert, N. Centennial St. at North Dr. 
Immaculate Heart of Mary Academy: Mrs. J. Cartwright, 609 Barbee 
Jack & Jill: Mrs. Marie Cummings, 110 Sunset Dr. 
Kiddie Keeper: Mrs. Ruth Briles, 901 E. Green St. 

Kindergarten of Culture: Mrs. C. B. Loflin, 354 N. Wrenn St. 

Playland: Mrs. Ralph Miller, 116 Oakwood Ct. 

Studio of Child Care: Mrs. Jane K. Davidson, 328 Steel St. 

Toddle Time: Mrs. Mary J. Davis, 203 Lindsay St. 

Town & Country: Mrs. Louis Voorhees, 1132 Forest Hill Dr. 

Treasure House: Mrs. Nancy Parrish, 1213 Johnson St. 

Wee Wisdom Nursery: Mrs. Mary J. Carter, 206 E. Russell St. 

Wesley Memorial Methodist Church: Mrs. David Duncan, 1225 

Chestnut St. 
Wonderland Nursery: Mrs. Roy Butler, 411 Centennial Ave. 

negro: 
Rose Bee Seventh Day Adventist: Mrs. Rosetta Baldwin, 1412 Olga St. 
Maddox Kindergarten & Nursery: Mrs. Violet Maddox, 1109 Pearson St. 



HALIFAX 

Board of Education: C. M. Moore, Jr., Chairman, Littleton; J. D. Whitehead, Enfield; 

Henry L. Harrison, Scotland Neck; C. H. Leggett, Hobgood; Mrs. 

Robert Robinson, Rt. 2, Littleton: Mrs. J. C. Shearin, Rt. 1, Roanoke 

Rapids; Mrs. V. T. Mohorn, Sr., Littleton 
Board Attorney: Joseph Branch, Enfield 

Superintendent: W. Henry Overman, Halifax Phone: JU 3-2151 

Assistant Superintendent: James Fred Young, Halifax 
Supervisors: White: Mrs. Dorothy S. Moore, Halifax 

Negro: Mrs. Bessye S. Wilder, Scotland Neck, Maude E. Freeman, Weldon 

Attendance Worker: None 
Chief Bus Mechanic: W. C. Best, Halifax 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

256 91 TOTAL 

68 40 WHITE: 

1-12 9 8 Aurelian Springs: Claude H. Moore, Littleton 1955 1926 

1-12 13 9 Enfield: J. Harold Anderson, Enfield 1939 1920 

1-8 5 Hobgood: James R. Davis, Hobgood 1962 

1-12 19 13 Scotland Neck: Charles Fleming, Scotland Neck 1950 1920 

1-12 21 10 Wm. R. Davie: Harold M. Guyot, Rt. 1, Roanoke Rapids 1954 1941 

1 (All schools — special education) 

188 51 negro: 

-8 12 Bakers: F. P. Shields. Scotland Neck 

-12 18 18 Brawley: J. C. Bias, Scotland Neck 1936 

-8 16 Dawson: Dandee Clark, Scotland Neck 1962 

-12 17 13 Eastman: G. T. Young, Enfield 1931 

-8 19 Everetts: C. A. Faison, Littleton 

-8 11 Hollister: D. D. Thorne, Hollister 

-12 28 10 Inborden: L. M. Williams, Enfield 1954 

-12 18 10 Mclver: J. A. Freeman, Littleton 1941 

-8 10 Tillery Chapel: W. L. Herritage, Tillery 

-8 11 Thomas Shields: Leroy Wilson, Hobgood _ 

-8 16 Pittman : C. E. Bailev, Enfield 

-8 11 White Oak: Forgan S. Berry, Enfield 

1 (4 schools — special education) 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Lydia Smith Welch: Lydia Smith Welch, Scotland Neck 



76 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Roanoke Rapids 

Board of Education: A. Edwin Akers, Chairman; Mrs. Sarah C. Adams, M. L. Boinest, 
Jr., E. H. Fuller, A. D. Haverstock, George L. Hayes, George E. 
Nethercutt, M. C. Newsom, Jr., Lloyd H. Sandlin 

Board Attorney: Allsbrook & Benton, Roanoke Rapids 

Superintendent: J. W. Talley, Roanoke Rapids Phone J E 7-3617 

Supervisors: White: Mary Hix, Roanoke Rapids 

Negro: Maude E. Freeman, Weldon (part-time) 
Special Subject: Music: Gwendolyn B. Dickens, Roanoke Rapids 

Attendance Worker: None 

Public School Nurse: Judith P. Nooney 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEH. H.S. 

103 48 TOTAL 

78 37 white: 

1-6 13 Akers: Omara Daniel, Roanoke Rapids 1951 

1-6 13 Clara Hearne: Mrs. Daisy H. Shutt, Roanoke Rapids 1939 

7-12 17 37 Junior-Senior: William P. Branch, Roanoke Rapids 1939*1920 

1-6 7 Wm. L. Manning: Franklin L. Pendergrass, Roanoke Rapids 1962 

1-6 13 Wm. L. Medlin: Thelma Garriss, Roanoke Rapids 1939 

1-6 13 Rosemary: Viola Glover, Roanoke Rapids 1951 

1-6 2 (Elementary schools) 

25 11 negro: 

1-12 25 11 John A. Chaloner: B. W. Catling, Roanoke Rapids 1934 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Mrs. Vaughan's: Mrs. Ellis Vaughan, 431 Caroline St. 
Mrs. Wilson's: Mrs. C. Raine Wilson, 84 Vance St. 

Weldon 

Board of Education: Grover Howell, Chairman: H. V. Bounds, H. M. Browder, Jr., 

Mrs. S. D. Brown, Winford B. Dickens, Mrs. J. S. Selden 
Board Attorney: John A. James, Weldon 

Superintendent: B. Paul Hammack, Weldon Phone: 536-4524 

Supervisor: Same as for county 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

GRADES teachers YE. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

59 22 TOTAL 

24 11 WHITE: 

1-6 3 Halifax: Thelma M. Read, Halifax. 



9-12 11 Weldon: B. Paul Hammack, Weldon 1920 

1-8 21 Weldon: Ida May Cheatham, Weldon 1952 

35 11 negro: 

1-8 13 Andrew Jackson: John Joyner, Halifax 1961 

1-12 22 11 Ralph J. Bunche: J. A. Campbell, Weldon 1931 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Mrs. Jenning's: Mrs. Foster Jennings, 302 Sycanaore St. 



HARNETT 

Board of Education: J. R. Baggett, Jr., Chairman, Lillington: Haywood Roberts. Coats; 
Dr. C. L. Corbett, Dunn; D. W. Denning, Jr., Angler; McBrj'de 
Cameron, Sanford, Rt. 6 
Board Attorney: Robert B. Morgan, Lillington 

Superintendent: G. T. Proffitt, Lillington Phone: 893-4168 

Assistant Superintendent: Beaman Kelley, Lillington 

Supervisors: White: Bessie Massengill, Lillington; Mrs. Mary Jo Mann, Lillington 

Negro: Mrs. Sara M. Vaughan, Lillington 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Mildred W. Malone, Lillington 
Chief Bus Mechanic: C. H. Hood, Lillington 
Guidance Director: Robert B. Whitley, Lillington 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

308 159 TOTAL 



Harnett-Haywood 



77 





204 


1-12 


12 


1-12 


19 


1-12 


15 


1-12 


13 


1-12 


10 


1-12 


20 


7-12 


9 


4-7 


16 


1-3 


16 


1-8 


10 


1-12 


30 


1-12 


10 


1-12 


20 


1-8 


4 




3 


1-8 


3 




101 


1-12 


27 


1-9 


17 


1-12 


12 


1-12 


20 


1-8 


13 


1-8 


12 



119 white: 

8 Anderson Creek: D. L. Johnson, Bunnlevel, Rt. 1 

11 Angler: R. Hal Smith. Angier 1956 

9 Benhaven : J. K. Harrington, Olivia 1940 

11 Boone Trail: R. A. Gray, Mamers 1941 

6 Buies Creek: Roy C. Parker, Buies Creek 1939 

13 Coats: J. C. Hawley, Coats 1957 

Dunn: A. B. Johnson, Dunn 

21 High : Ophelia Matthews, Dunn 1950 

Wayne Ave.: R. W. Cannady, Dunn 1960 

„ Magnolia Ave.: Evelyn Matthews, Dunn 1954 

„ Mary Stewart: Mrs. Vera N. Milam, Dunn, Rt. 3 

17 Erwin: N. E. Jones, Erwin 1952 

10 LaFayette : Guy Daves, Kipling 

13 Lillington: Roger C. Johnson, Lillington 1940 

Bunnlevel: Mrs. Jessie A. Parker, Bunnlevel 

INDIAN: 

Maple Grove, Claude Sampson, Dunn, Rt. 4 —— 



40 



negro: 



15 Harnett High: F. H. Ledbetter, Dunn 1960 

2 Gentry: R. L. Williams, Erwin 1954 

8 Johnsonville: C. L. Powell, Sanford, Rt. 6 1958 

15 Shawtown: W. N. Porter, Lillington 1959 

South Harnett: R. M. Harris, Bunnlevel, Rt. 1 1958 

North Harnett: C. D. Marsh, Angier, Rt. 2 1958 



Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

♦Mark's: Mrs. Frances Polk, Dunn 



1938 
1925 
1927 
1929 
1920 
1925 

1922 



1925 
1925 
1921 



1941 
1924 



HAYWOOD 

Board of Education: Hugh McCracken, Chairman, Clyde; B. F. Nesbitt, Rt. 3, Clyde: 
Rowe Ledford, Rt. 4, Waynesville; Hugh Ratcliffe, Rt. 3, Waynes- 
ville; Clifton Terrell, Rt. 3, Waynesville 
Board Attorney: Roy Francis, Waynesville 

Superintendent: L. B. Leatherwood, Box 826, Waynesville Phone: GLendale 6-3569 

Supervisors: Mrs. Belle F. Ratcliffe, Box 118, Waynesville; 

Ben T. Price, Box 605, Waynesville 
Attendance Worker: Roy N. Stephens, Hazelwood 
Chief Bus Mechanic: James F. Moore, Hazelwood 
School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Anna B. Siler, Waynesville 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS 
TAUGHT ELEM. H.S, 

171 78 



NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
TOTAL 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEM. H.S. 



WHITE: 

Bethel: Turner A. Cathey, Rt. 2, Canton 

Clyde: Perry Plemmons, Waynesville 1953 

Crabtree: R. C. Evans, Hazelwood 1946 

Cruso: Gay Chambers, Rt. 2, Canton 

Fines Creek: Charles Ross, Waynesville 

Mt. Sterling: Goldie B. Leatherwood, Waterville 

Waynesville District Schools: M. H. Bowles, Waynesville 

Aliens Creek: Edna F. Rogers, Waynesville 

Central: Claud Rogers, Waynesville 1946 

East Waynesville: W. F. Kirkpatrick, Waynesville 1950 

Hazelwood: Carl Ratcliffe, Waynesville 1943 

Lake Junaluska: Ruth Noland, Waynesville, Rt. 3 1951 

Maggie: N. W. Rogers, Rt. 2, Waynesville • 

Rock Hill: J. J. Boyd, Rt. 2, Waynesville • 

Saunook: Faye Messer, Rt. 3, Waynesville 

Waynesville: C. E. Weatherby, Waynesville 1952 

NEGRO: 

1-6 2 Pigeon Street: Elsie Osborne, Waynesville 

Non-Public Schools: 

white: 
1-6 1 Hazelwood: 106 Beach St Sectarian 





169 


78 


1-12 


25 


17 


1-12 


17 


8 


1-12 


8 


6 


1-7 


6 




1-12 


8 


5 


1-8 


1 




1-3 


3 




1-8 


16 




1-6 


10 




1-6 


27 




1-6 


7 




1-6 


6 




1-6 


6 




1-3 


4 




1-12 


25 


42 



1924 
1925 
1938 

1929 



1-12 



3 St. John's: 500 Church St., Waynesville Sectarian 



1943 



Nursery and Kindergarten: 

First Methodist Church: Mrs. Hallis E. Chase, Waynesville 
Mrs. Herman's: Mrs. F. K. Herman, Waynesville 
Jack & Jill: Mrs. Russell Fultz, Lake Junaluska 
St. John's School: 408 Church St., Waynesville 



78 Educational DraECTORY of North Carolina 

Canton 

Board of Education: Dr. H. A. Matthews, Chairman; Carl Welte, Vice-Chairman; Morris 

Mitchell, William Driver, Phillip Kinken 
Board Attorney: Walter Clark, Canton 

Superintendent : Culver R. Dale, Canton Phone : 648-3962 

Supervisor: Alma Brovyning, Canton 
Attendance Worker: Victoria Bell, Canton 
School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. L. J. Cannon, Canton 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

68 34 TOTAL 

63 31 white: 

1-6 9 Beaverdam: Herschel Hipps, Canton 1952 

9-12 31 Canton High: W. L. Rikard, Canton *1920 

7-8 17 Junior High : W. L. Barkby, Canton 

1-6 5 Morning Star: E. C. Duckett, Canton 1953 

1-6 13 North Canton: W. P. Barbee, Canton 

1-6 7 Patton : C. Bruce Hunter, Canton 1952 

1-6 12 Penn. Avenue: K. H. Hannah, Canton 1952 

2 1 (All Schools — Special Education, Guidance) 

5 3 negro: 

1-12 5 3 Reynolds: Ralph H. Davis, Box 1109, Canton 1953 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

First Baptist Church: Mrs. F. M. Byers, Jr., 75 Poplar St. 

HENDERSON 

Board of Education: L. C. Youngblood, Chairman, Fletcher; J. T. Fain, Jr., Henderson- 
ville; Robert E. Greer, Etowah; L. L. Burgin, Sr., Horse Shoe; Mrs. 
J. O. BeU, Jr., Tuxedo; William McKay, Route 1, Flat Rock; 
Harvey A. Gale, Bat Cave 

Board Attorney: Arthur B. Shepherd, Hendersonville 

Superintendent : J. M. Foster Phone: 692-8251 

Supervisors: Mrs. Sue J. Davis, Arden; Pierce P. Henderson, HendersonviUe 

Guidance Director: Minor P. Wilson, Hendersonville 

Attendance Worker: Fillmore H. Freeman, Hendersonville 

Chief Bus Mechanic: F. M. Maxwell, Balfour 

Public Schools: 

grades teiachers yr. aocredited 

taught ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

157 68 total 

157 68 white: 

1-8 16 Balfour: C. Harry Price, Balfour 1941 

1-8 17 Dana: H. Ray Lyda, Dana 1941 

1-6 22 East Flat Rock: R. W. Jones, East Flat Rock 1941 

9-12 31 East Henderson: E. L. Justus, Flat Rock 1960 

1-12 24 12 EdneyviUe: W. J. Nesbitt, Edneyville 1941 1928 

1-8 13 Etowah : H. T. Sitton, Etowah 1949 

7-8 13 Flat Rock: Odell Griffin, Flat Rock 

1-8 15 Fletcher: W. Albert Hill, Fletcher 1944 

1-8 14 Mills River: A. M. Foster, Horse Shoe 1944 

1-6 8 _ Tuxedo: Dean A. Ward, Tuxedo 1952 

1-6 10 Valley Hill: Mrs. Clara C. Babb, Hendersonville 1941 

9-12 25 West Henderson: Glenn C. Marlow, Rt. 5, Hendersonville 1960 

4 (Special Education) 

1 (Speech Therapist) 

negro: None 

Non-Public Schools: 
1-12 9 5 Fletcher Academy: L. E. Nestell, Fletcher Sectarian 1936 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Hendersonvillef 

Board of Education: Roy E. Johnson, Chairman, Hendersonville; L. B. Prince, George 

Wing, III, C. E. Livingston, John Gregory 
Board Attorney: L. B. Prince, Hendersonville 

Superintendent: Hugh D. Randall, Hendersonville Phone: OX 3-4064 

Supervisor: Clarence M. King, Hendersonville 

Guidance Director: Mrs. Elizabeth H. Price, Hendersonville 

Attendance Worker: None 

Public Schools: 



Henderson-Hertford-Hoke 79 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. A(XREDITED 

TAUGHT BXEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

63 43 TOTAL 

50 31 white: 

1-4 23 Bruce Drysdale: George Wilkins, Hendersonville 1941 

8-12 5 31 Hendersonville High: R. Hugh Lockaby, Hendersonville. . *1920 

5-7 18 Rosa Edwards: Henry S. Brookshire, Jr., Hendersonville.... 1941 

4 (Special Classes) 

13 12 NEGRO: 

1-12 13 12 Ninth Avenue: James R. Wright, Hendersonville 1942 

Non-Public Schools: 

9-12 7 Blue Ridge School for Boys: Box 1289, 

Hendersonville Non-Sectarian *1920 

1-8 3 Faith Christian Day: Box 1898 Sectarian 

1-8 5 Immaculata, Mother D. Garrand, 611 Buncombe, St., 

Hendersonville Sectarian 

„ St. James School: Elizabeth Hughes, N. Main St., 

Hendersonville Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 
white: 
Community: Mrs. Geo. Poteet, 5th Ave., W. 
-^ First Baptist Church: Bob N. Goode, 4th Ave. W. 

School for Little Folks: Elizabeth Hughes, Fleming 

negro: 
Eula B. Owens Play School: G. B. Weaver, 1st Ave. W. 



HERTFORD 

Board of Education: W. R. Raynor, Chairman, Ahoskie; R. C. Mason, Jr., Harrellsville; 

G. E. Gibbs, Murfreesboro 
Board Attorney: Guy Revelle, Jr., Murfreesboro 

Superintendent: R. P. Martin, Winton Phon^: EL 8-4681 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Miriam B. Rigby, Ahoskie 
Negro: Mrs. A. R. Bowe, Murfreesboro 
Attendance Worker: None 
Director of Guidance: White: Billy R. Barr, Murfreesboro 

Negro: Mrs. Henrietta K. Yeates, Ahoskie 
Special Education: White: Arthur Brown, Ahoskie 
Chief Bus Mechanic: H. T. Downs, Winton 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

163 68 TOTAL 

53 32 white: 

Ahoskie: A. Woodrow Taylor, Ahoskie 1952 1921 

Ahoskie Graded: Donald Newsome, Ahoskie 

Harrellsville: W. N. Fowler, Harrellsville 1951 1926 

Murfreesboro: J. M. Jenkins, Murfreesboro 1952 1926 

Winton : Mae W. Turner, Winton 

NEGRO: 

Amanda S. Cherry: Isaac A. Battle, Harrellsville 1958 

C. S. Brown: H. C. Freeland, Winton 1940 1925 

Riverview: A. R. Bowe, Murfreesboro 1951 

R. L. Vann: H. D. Cooper, Ahoskie 1953 1939 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Basnight Memorial Church: Mrs. Hayes Brett, Ahoskie 
Murfreesboro Baptist Church: Mrs. McKnight, Murfreesboro 
St. Thomas Episcopal Church: Mrs. Grimes, Murfreesboro 

HOKE 

Board of Education: D. R. Huff, Jr., Chairman, Aberdeen; Walter L. Gibson, Red 
Springs; Robert H. Gatlin, Raeford; A. W. Wood, Jr.; Riley M. 
Jordan, Raeford 

Board Attorney: Charlie Hostetler, Raeford 

Superintende7it: W. T. Gibson, Jr., Raeford Phone: 875-3473 

Supervisor: White: Benjamin T. Brooks, Jr., Raeford; Negro: None 

Guidance Counselor: Mrs. Emily Cameron, Raeford 

Attendance Worker: David M. Barrington, Raeford 

Chief Bus Mechanic: L. E. Luck, Raeford 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 



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9 




1-12 


21 


20 


1-8 


35 




1-12 


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14 



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124 46 TOTAL 

48 22 white: 

9-12 22 Hoke County: Dewey W. Huggins, Jr., Raeford 1920 

B-8 22 Raeford Elem. : J. W. Turlington 1940 

1-4 24 J. W. McLauchlin: Lonnie W. Bledsoe, Raeford 1940 

1-12 2 Sanatorium: Mary O. McDonald, McCain 

INDIAN: 

1-12 13 4 Hawk Eye: Earl H. Oxendine, Rt. 1. Box 136, Red Springs 

63 20 negro: 

1-8 11 Burlington: James H. Chalmers, Red Springs 1962 

1-8 15 West Hoke: Wesley Campbell, Rt. 3, Raeford 1960 

1-8 14 Scurlock: John D. McAllister, Rt. 2, Raeford 1962 

9-12 23 20 Upchurch: G. A. Page, Jr., Raeford 1962 1934 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Raeford: Mrs. John Scull, 705 N. Main St., Raeford 



HYDEt 

Board of Education: William I. Cochran, Chairman, Swan Quarter; W. T. Howard, 
Swan Quarter; George E. Bush, Fairfield; Walter Lee Gibbs, Fair- 
field; Ray M. Spencer, Scranton; Cecil Silverthorne, Engelhard; 
Earl L. Topping, Scranton 

Board Attorney: George T. Davis, Swan Quarter 

Superintendent: Ben D. Quinn, Swan Quarter Phone: 92 6-3281 

Express Office: Belhaven 

Supervisor: None 

Director of Guidance, Counseling and Testing: Mrs. Jean D. Bucklew, Engelhard 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: J. F. Lupton, Swan Quarter 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YK. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIP.\L AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

35 23 TOTAL 

15 13 white: 

1-12 6 5 East Hyde: Allen D. Bucklew, Engelhard 1953 1929 

1-12 2 3 Ocracoke: Larry K. Davisson, Ocracoke 1955 

1-12 7 5 West Hyde: Ernest K. Mann, Swan Quarter 1951 1926 

20 10 negro: 

1-12 10 5 Davis: Johnson E. Spruill, Engelhard 

1-12 10 5 O. A. Peay: Clinton R. Downing, Swan Quarter 1962 1935 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

IREDELLf 

Board of Education: J. C. Murdock, Chairman, Troutman: Mrs. Fred B. Bunch, Jr., 
Statesville; John T. Patterson, Mooresville; Flake Millsaps, Harmony; 
Robert C. Garrison, Statesville 

Board Attorney: C. H. Dearman, Statesville 

Superintendent: Frank L. Austin Phone: TR 3-7268 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Blanche S. Reitzel, Box 709, Statesville 
Mrs. Eleanor S. Brown, Box 709, Statesville 
Negro: Mrs. Jettie Davidson Morrison, 204 Turner St., Statesville 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: J. B. Lundy, Statesville 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

214 106 TOTAL 

170 90 white: 

1-8 4 Brawley: C. C. Drye, Mooresville, Rt. 2 1954 

1-12 11 11 Celeste Henkel: W. T. Boston, Statesville, Rt. 3 1953 1934 

1-12 12 8 Central: Richard S. Feimster, Statesville, Rt. 2 1955 1952 

1-12 13 12 Cool Spring: Grady L. Lewis, Cleveland, Rt. 2 1954 1923 

1-8 8 Ebenezer: Mrs. Irma Holcomb, Statesville, Rt. 4 1953 

1-12 16 14 Harmony: Harold L. Waters, Harmony 1955 1920 

1-8 16 Monticello: J. W. Miller, Statesville, Rt. 8 1952 

1-8 11 Mt. Mourne: James P. Rines, Mt. Mourne 1952 

1-4 2 Presbyterian Orphanage: Mary Stevenson, Barium Springs.. 

1-12 8 13 Scotts: James P. Litchos, Scotts 1953 1923 



Hyde-Iredell 81 

1-8 7 Sharon: Ray B. Smith, Statesville, Rt. 6 1957 

1-8 7 Shepherd: Jimmy Johnson, Mooresville, Rt. 2 1954 

1-12 28 22 Troutman : Ralph Sinclair, Troutman 1954 1923 

1-12 17 10 Union Grove: John E. Rooks, Union Grove 1952 1926 

1-8 10 Wayside: C. H. Lindler, StatesviUe, Rt. 7 1953 

44 16 negro: 

1-8 16 Amity: Mason C. MiUer, Cleveland, Rt. 2 1957 

1-8 4 Chestnut Grove: Mrs. Mary N. Morrison, Statesville, Rt. 4 1955 

1-8 8 _ Houstonville: Robert R. Campbell, Harmony, Box 8 1955 

1-8 4 Scotts Rosenwald: Charles W. Rankin, Statesville, Rt. 8.. 1957 

1-12 12 16 Unity: LeRoy Campbell. Statesville, Rt. 7 1955*1942 

NoTi-Publu: Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 



Mooresville 



Board of Education: Dr. C. L. Bittinger, Chairman, Mooresville; R. H. Baker, Jr., R. M. 
Dalton, E. E. Cruse. Jr., Dr. Calvin E. Tyner 

Board Attorney: William S. Neel, Mooresville Phone: 663-3221 

Superintendent: Roland R. Morgan, Mooresville Phone: 663-4661 

Supervisor: Mrs. Mildred T. Miller, Mooresville Phone: 662-4651 

Attendance Workers: Principals 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

59 37 TOTAL 

48 30 white: 

7-9 13 9 Junior High: B. V. Smawley, Mooresville 1955*1959 

1-6 18 Park View: W. H. Hagaman, Mooresville 1952 

10-12 21 Senior High: D. H. Pfeiffer, Mooresville *1920 

1-6 17 South: G. C. Stewart, Mooresville 1952 

11 7 negro: 

1-12 11 7 Dunbar: Naurice F. Woods, Mooresville 1954*1954 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Mooresville: Mrs. Robert O. Klepfer, 307 W. Stewart 

Statesvillef 

Board of Education: F. M. Steele, Chairman; Nathan McElwee, Vice-Chairman; Joe M. 

Sherrill, Cecil K. Barger, W. W. Winters, J. W. Johnston, Jr. 
Board Attorney: Robert A. Collier, Statesville 

Superintendent: A. D. Kornegay, Statesville Phone: TR 2-5711 

Supervisor: Richard A. Shaw, Statesville 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Dorothy Mitchell 
School Lunch Supervisor: None 
Public Schools: 

GRADES teachers YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

124 53 TOTAL 

95 41 white: 

1-6 15 Avery Sherrill: Richard H. Ashe, Statesville 1951 

1-6 19 Davie Avenue: J. Taft White, Statesville 1955 

7-9 14 5 D. Matt Thompson: W. E. Niven, Statesville 1944 1920 

1-6 14 Mulberry Street: J. Albert Hiatt, Statesville 1942 

1-6 13 N. B. Mills: L. Breck Alexander, Statesville 1954 

7-9 8 5 Oakwood Junior: Heni-y C. Freeze, Statesville 1959 1959 

10-12 31 Senior: L. Dent Miller, Statesville *1920 

1-6 11 Northview: John F. Donnelly, Statesville 1962 

1 (City-wide speech correctionist) 

29 12 NEGRO: 

7-12 12 Morningside: A. D. Rutherford, Statesville *1930 

1-6 23 Morningside: Mrs. Mildred Littlejohn, Statesville 1957 

1-6 6 Race St.: Arthur E. Peterson, Statesville 1957 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Mrs. Taylor's: Mrs. Hazel Taylor, 226 N. Bost St. 

Broad St. Methodist Church: Mrs. E. H. Thompson, 274 N. Mulberry St. 

Tom Thumb: Mrs. Garrett Allen, Radio Rd. 



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JACKSON 

Board of Education: W. R. Enloe, Chairman, Sylva; George J. Stewart, GlenviUe; F. L. 

Tilly, CuUowhee; Dan G. Cowan, Webster; Tom Patton, Whittier 
Board Attorney: Hall & Thornburg (Lacy Thornburg) 

Superintendent: W. Vernon Cope, Sylva Phone: JU 6-2311 

Supervisor: Edward Eugene Bryson, Sylva 
Attendance Worker: Claude Cowan, Webster 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Glenn Crawford, Sylva 
School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Vernia Gillespie, Sylva 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEIACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEH. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

93 55 TOTAL 

91 62 white: 

-8 4 Cashiers : Earl Hooper, Sylva 1958 

-8 4 Canada Consolidated : Gertie Moes, Cullowhee 

-12 7 8 Glenville: L. D. Crawford, GlenviUe 1955 1929 

-8 3 Johns Creek : Kathleen L. Jones „ 

-8 6 Log Cabin Ass'n.: Lois E. Martin, Whittier 1958 

-12 14 13 McKee: Stanton Proctor, CuUowhee 1941*1920 

-8 6 Qualla: Fred H. DuvaU, Whittier 

-8 8 Savannah Consolidated: C. D. Deitz. Sylva 1950 

-8 15 Scotts Creek : A. H. Bryson, Sylva 1956 

-8 16 Sylva Elementary: W. H. Smith, Sylva 1940 

9-12 31 Sylva- Webster: W. Carr Hooper, Sylva 1922 

1-8 7 Webster: Alvin D. FuUbright, Webster 1959 _ 

1 _ (Special Education) 

2 3 negro: 

1-12 2 3 Jackson : Frank K. Davis, Sylva 1959 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Sylva: Docia Garrett, Sylva 
Campus: Anne Rabe, Cullowhee 



JOHNSTON 

Board of Education: J. W. Earp, Chairman, Selma, Rt. 1; N. B. Grantham, Vice 
Chairman, Smithfield; E. W. EUis, Clayton; Mrs. LuciUe Oliver, 
Pine Level; Harold Medlin, Benson 

Board Attorney: A. A. Corbett, Smithfield 

Superintendent: E. S. Simpson, Smithfield Phone: WE 4-4129 

Assistant Superintendent : Jasper L. Lewis Phone: WE 4-4129 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Eloise G. Eskridge, Kenly; Rena King, Selma; 
Mrs. Virginia Temple, Selma 
Negro: Mrs. Cora A. Boyd, Smithfield; Mable Monroe, Clayton 

Counseling and Guidance: Alyce Sumrell, Smithfield 

Attendance Supervisor: Mrs. Grace G. Hood, Selma 

Supervisor of Transportation: Hugh Allen, Smithfield 

Supervisor of Buildings and Grounds: C. Dixon Hamilton, Smithfield 

Lunchroom Department: Mrs. Betty L. Poston 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

423 172 TOTAL 

306 135 WHITE: 

1-12 26 12 Benson: W. J. Barefoot, Benson 1953 1922 

1-8 7 Chapel: W. C. Fitzgerald, Kenly, Rt. 2 1953 

1-12 28 12 Clayton : James O. Waters, Clayton 1952 1920 

1-12 15 8 Cleveland : E. T. Benton, Clayton, Rt 1 1953 1931 

1-12 11 7 Corinth-Holders: H. C. Bowers, Zebulon, Rt. 1 1953 1928 

1-12 39 15 Four Oaks: Henry J. Beeker, Four Oaks 1953 1924 

1-12 6 6 Glendale: Roland D. Heath, Kenly, Rt. 2 1953 1926 

1-12 14 6 Kenly: J. Burke Long, Kenly 1953 1923 

1-12 20 10 Meadow: George Garland Beasley, Rt. 2, Benson 1952 1926 

1-12 12 6 Micro: Alvin Narron, Jr., Micro 1952 1926 

1-12 12 5 Pine Level: Isaac Clyde Mozingo, Pine Level 1955 1932 

1-12 27 11 Princeton: L. J. Worthington, Princeton 1952 1925 

1-12 32 13 Selma: John W. Walker, Selma 1953 1920 

1-12 31 17 Smithfield: A. G. Glenn, Smithfield 1954 1920 

1-6 16 Smithfield Elementary: Carlton Daughtery, Smithfield 1957 

1-12 10 5 Wilson's MiUs: J. T. Uzzle, Wilson's Mills 1953 1926 





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27 


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1-7 


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Jones-Lee 83 

(Driver Education — Blanton Jones, 503 Fisher Street, Clayton; 
Lloyd Worth Hicks, Hood Trailer Park, Lot 1, 
1616 South Slocumb St., Goldsboro) 
negro: 

Bagley: B. L. WiDiams, Kenly, Rt. 2 1961 _ 

Cooper: Nixon L. Cannady, Clayton 1958 1933 

County Training: W. R. Collins, Smithfield 1959 1925 

Forest Hills: R. L. Holt, Four Oaks 1957 1961 

Harrison: Martin Luther Wilson, Selma 1957 *1931 

Hillside: Kirby Lee Hamilton, Benson 1961 

Princeton: Theodore Gene Nixon, Princeton 1957 „ 

Short Journey: Mrs. Eva J. Cooper, Smithfield, Rt. 1 1954 

1 (Driver Education — James Mitchell, Clayton, Rt. 1) 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Mrs. Beddingfield's: Mrs. C. H. Beddingfield, Jr., Clayton . . 

Mrs. Duck's: Mrs. Mildred Strickland, Rt. 3, Smithfield 

Batton's: Mrs. R. E. Batton, Riverside Dr., Smithfield 

Stephenson's: Mrs. Dalma Stephenson, Rose St., Smithfield "■ ■■ •*■ 

Woodruff's: Mrs. Leon Woodruff, Selma 

JONES 

Board of Education: J. C. West, Jr. Chairman, Trenton, Rt. 2; C. J. Banks, Trenton, 
Rt. 2; J. C. Wooten, Kinston, Rt. 3; W. E. Phillips, Trenton, Rt. 1; 
J. J. Conway, Maysville, Star Route 

Board Attorney: Employed as need arises. 

Superintendent: W. B. Moore, Trenton Phone: 448 2531 

Supervisor: Sallie C. Murphy, Trenton 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bv^ Mechanic: J. H. Croom, Trenton 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCTPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

79 41 TOTAL 

39 23 white: 

1-8 8 Alex H. White: Julia Whitty, PoUocksviDe 1947 

1-8 8 Comfort: W. C. Philyaw, Comfort „ 

9-12 23 Jones Central: David L. Nance, Trenton 1952 

1-8 8 Maysville: Albert Ula Hardison, Maysville 

1-8 13 Trenton: Z. A. Koonce, Jr., Trenton 1951 

2 (All schools — Special teachers) 

40 18 negro: 

9-12 18 Jones High: C. C. Franks, Trenton 1938 

1-8 7 „ J. E. Morris: Warren G. Franks, Maysville 

1-8 22 „ Trenton: Edna S. Smallwood, Trenton 1960 

1-8 11 „ J. W. Willie: Howard N. Smith, PoUocksviUe 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

LEE 

Board of Education: J. B. Cameron, Chairman, Broadway; W. C. Harward, Rt. 5, San- 
ford; D. H. Wilkinson, Sanford; Stacy Budd, Sanford; J. G. 
Edwards, Rt. 8, Sanford 

Board Attorney: D. B. Teague, Sanford 

Superintendent: J. J. Lentr, Sanford Phone: 775-3618 

lEC Director: W. A. Martin, Sanford P7i(me : 775-4249 

Supervisor: Mary Lynn Currie, Carthage 

Guidance: Thomas T. Grey, Sanford 

Special Education: Meta G. Thompson, Sanford 

Speech Therapist: Emily V. Hill, Sanford 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: E. M. Manning, Sanford Phone: 776-3112 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDP.ESS ELEM. H.S. 

94 43 TOTAL 

37 25 white: 

1-12 9 7 Broadway: A. K. Perkins, Broadway 1952 1925 

1-12 9 7 Deep River: R. E. Morrison, Sanford, Rt. 5 1957 1934 

1-12 19 11 Greenwood: Kirby Watson, Lemon Springs 1940 1930 



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57 18 negro: 

1-8 27 Lee Elementary: Edward M. Holley, Sanfoid 1954 

1-12 26 18 W. B. Wicker: W. B. Wicker, Sanford 1940 »192y 

1-6 4 New Hope: Troupe C. Hodges, Rt. 3, Sanford 

NoTV-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Sanford 

Board of Education: Dr. F. L. Knight, Chairman; J. R. Ingram, Harvey Faulk, Mrs. 

Ethel R. Quillin, J. E. Davis, J. M. Auman, Dr. M. C. Covington 
Board Attorney: W. W. Staton, Sanford 

Superintendent: M. A. McLeod, Sanford Phone: 772-2812 

Supervisor: Mrs. Cornelia A. Edwards, Sanford 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS BLEM. H.S. 

90 40 TOTAL 

90 40 white: 

1-9 32 3 Jonesboro Hgts.: Helen C. Holder, Sanford 1944 1920 

1-6 25 Mclver: A. L. Isley, Sanford 1952 

10-12 28 Sanford Central: J. F. Hockaday, Sanford *1920 

7-9 13 9 Sanford Jr.: H. A. Clemmer, Sanford 1941 1920 

1-6 20 St. Clair: Mrs. H. C. Hickman, Sanford 1949 

negro: None 
Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery aiid Kindergarten: 

Kennedy's Day Nui-sery: Mrs. Evelyn W. Kennedy, 522 Bragg St. 

LENOIR 

Board of Education: Lynwood Turner, Chairman, Pink Hill; Talbot Capps, Kinston; 

Mark Louis Smith, Deep Run; E. W. Kinsey, La Grange; Cephus 

Eubanks, Route 2, Kinston 
Board Attorney: Thomas J. White, Kinston 

Superintendent: H. H. BuUock, Box 182. Kinston Phone: JA 3-4571 

Supervisors: White: E. Merle Scott, Kinston Phone: JA 7-2859 

Negro: Bessie M. Cox, Kinston Phone: JA 7-2859 

Guidance: Mrs. Sue M. Sutton, La Grange Phone: J A 7-2859 

Director, Industrial Education Center: Daniel C. Wise, Kinston 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: H. A. Walker, 1901 Pink Hill Road, Kinston 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

214 119 TOTAL 

111 73 white: 

1-12 19 11 Contentnea: George W. Warren, Jr., Kinston, Rt. 1 1940 1925 

1-12 11 9 Deep Run: A. R. Munn, Deep Run 1956 1920 

1-12 20 12 La Grange: R. O. Singletar>-, La Grange 1954 1920 

1-12 11 9 Moss Hill: Willard Rouse, Kinston, Rt. 4 1940 1927 

1-12 12 10 Pink Hil: Frank Wiley, Pink Hill 1957 1936 

1-12 23 11 Southwood: John K. Wooten, Kinston, Rt. 5 1952 1928 

1-12 15 10 Wheat Swamp: Ola L. Porter, La Grange, Rt. 1 1958 1931 

Band Instructor: Lionel J. Croteau, Kinston 
103 46 negro: 

1-8 17 Banks: Bertram Hubbard, Kinston, Rt. 2 

1-12 27 17 Frink: Allen L. Mewborn, La Grange 1935 

1-12 30 15 Savannah: Rufus Flanagan, Grifton, Rt. 2 1961 1958 

1-12 29 14 Woodington: Stephen Carraway, Kinston, Rt. 4 1958 1957 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

La Grange : Mrs. Glenn Savage, La Grange 

Kinston 

Board of Education: G. Paul LaRoque, Chairman, Kinston; C. Felix Harvey, III, Vice 
Chairman; Mrs. Frances P. Rasberry, Dr. G. Payne Dale, Norman 
Dickerson, John G. Page, David Stadiem 

Board Attorney: Thomas J. White, Kinston 

Superintendent: J. P. Booth, Kinston Phone: JAckson 3-2543 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Martin C. Freeman; Negro; Mrs. Ernestine J. Stewart 

Attendance Worker: Mrs. W. C. Quinn, 409 Edgehill Rd., Kinston 



Lenoir-Lincoln 85 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. C. L. Britt, 508 Rhodes Ave., Kinston 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

172 68 TOTAL 

99 41 WHITE: 

9-12 41 Grainger: Frank L. Mock, Jr., Kinston *1920 

7-8 26 Harvey: Fodie H. Hodges, Kinston 1946 

1-6 25 Lewis: Garlan F. Bailey, Kinston 1946 

1-6 24 Northwest: E. Ray Wooten, Kinston 1959 

1-6 24 Teachers Memorial: Martin C. Freeman, Kinston 1956 

73 27 negro: 

7-12 13 27 Adkin: Charles B. Stewart, Kinston *1925 

1-6 21 Bynum: E. Ray Bryant, Kinston 1959 

1-6 39 Sampson: James A. Harper, Kinston 1946 

Non-Public Schools: 

white: 

1-8 4 Christ the King: Sister Dolores, Kinston Sectarian 

negro: 

1-8 4 Our Lady of the Atonement: Sister Caspian, 

Kinston Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Christ the King: Rev. D. Edward Sullivan, Kinston 

First Baptist Church: Rev. H. G. Dawkins, Kinston 

Spilman Baptist Church: Mrs. Francis Beam, Kinston 

Saville: Mrs. C. F. Saville, Kinston 

Northwest Christian Church: Mrs. E. L. Bradshaw, Jr., Kinston 

St. Mary's Episcopal Church: Mrs. Carolyn W. Weeks, Kinston 

Westminster Methodist Church Nursery: Mrs. Alice Dixon, Kinston 

Westminster Methodist Church: Rev. H. L. Watson, Kinston 

Queen St. Methodist Church: Rev. M. L. Vick, Jr., Kinston 

St. Mark's Methodist: Rev. R. Bruce Pate, Kinston 



LINCOLN 

Board of Education: Pat H. Harrill, Chairman, Rt. 3, Lincolnton; F. L. Beam, Rt. 1> 
Cherryville; J. W. Dellinger, Rt. 1, Stanley; Coy F. Lantz, Rt. 2. 
Lincolnton; C. Rhyne Little, Lincolnton 

Board Attorney: David Clark, Lincolnton 

Superintendent: Norris S. Childers, Box 471, Lincolnton Phone: 735-5531 

Supervisors: White: Laura Margretta Seagle, 508 N. Aspen St., Lincolnton 

Negro: Mrs. Annie W. Biggers, Rt. 2, Lincolnton (Supervising Teacher) 

Guidance: Lewis E. Heavner, Rt. 1, Lincolnton 

Speech: Mrs. Talthia Houser, Rt. 1, Lincolnton 

Attendance Worker: E. Carl Mcintosh, Rt. 1, Stanley 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Fred Thompson, Lincolnton 

Mus-ic: Wayne Sibert, Lincolnton; Ashlynn Maulden, Lincolnton 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

131 41 TOTAL 

110 31 WHITE: 

1-8 26 Asbury: Clifford A. Rhyne, Lincolnton 1940 

1-7 6 Howards Creek: Warren Beam, Rt. 1, Lincolnton 

1-8 7 Iron Station: W. Lester Ballard, Iron Station 

1-8 19 Love Memorial: Robert W. Payseur, Rt. 1, Lincolnton 

1-8 13 North Brook No. 1: J. Eli Houser, Rt. 1, Cherryville 

1-7 6 North Brook No. 3: Luther Houser, Rt. 2, Vale 

1-12 18 10 Rock Springs: Charles N. Clark, Denver 1925 

1-8 15 Union: M. S. Heavner. Rt. 2, Vale 1940 

9-12 21 West Lincoln: L. M. Venable, Rt. 1, Lincolnton 1961 

Driver Education: Kermit Pendleton, Rt. 2, Vale 

21 10 negro: 

1-12 14 10 Newbold: George E. Massey, Box 364, Lincolnton 1939 1939 

1-7 7 Rock Hill: S. E. Biggers, Rt. 1, Iron Station 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 



Lincolnton 

Board of Edu 

Board Attorney: Thomas J. Wilson, Lincolnton 



Board of Education: J. H. Heafner, Chairman, Lincolnton: J. C. Broome, Dr. Boyce P. 
Griggs, Dr. S. A. Wilson, L. D. Warlick 



86 Educational DraECTORY of North Carolina 

Superintendent: S. Ray Lowder, Lincolnton Phone: 735-7402 

Supervisor: Sarah H. Yoder, Lincolnton 
Attendance Worker: Same as for Lincoln County 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

51 34 TOTAL 

45 34 white: 

1-3 9 Park Elementary: Mrs. Helen D. Houser, Lincolnton 1945 

1-3 7 Aspen Street: Mrs. Sue M. Bellinger, Lincolnton 1945 

4-5 12 Grammar School: Jerry Payseur, Lincolnton 1940 

6-8 17 Battleground: Lester J. Propst, Lincolnton 1962 

9-12 34 Lincolnton: F. D. Riser, Lincolnton _ 1920 

6 _ negro: 

1-8 6 Oaklawn: Willie Wright, Jr., Lincolnton 1959 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Happy Hours: Mrs. Mattie Lou Alexander 



MACON 

Board of Education: Erwin Patton, Chairman, Franklin; C. C. Sutton, Rt. 2, Franklin; 

George Gibson, Rt. 4, Franklin 
Board Attorney: R. S. Jones, Franklin 

Superintendent: Hieronymous Bueck, Box 148, Franklin Phone: LA 4-3314 

Librarians: Mrs. Nancy F. Fullbright, Elem., Sylva; Rebecca J. Clark, H. S., Sylva 
Supervisor: Mrs. Elizabeth C. Guffey, Franklin 
Guidance Counselor: Frances Winstead, Franklin 
Attendance Worker: None 
Chief Bus Mechanic: R. L. Blaine, Franklin 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

93 39 TOTAL 

91 38 white: 

-8 8 „ Cartoogechaye: J. Norman West 1958 

-8 7 „ Cowee: G. Donald Seagle 1959 

-8 11 _ Cullasaja: Z. Weaver Shope, Franklin 1955 

-8 13 East Franklin: William G. Crawford 1957 

-12 30 Franklin High: Harry C. Corbin, Franklin 1921 

-8 13 Franklin Elementary: Harry C. Corbin, Franklin 1960 

-12 9 5 Highlands: Charles F. Hendrix, Highlands 1932 

-8 6 _ lotla: Alex Arnold, Franklin 1959 

-12 5 3 Nnnthahala : C. K. Olson, Nantnhala 

-8 8 Otto: E. G. Crawford, Franklin 1953 

-8 7 Union: B. Harry Moses, Franklin 1958 

-8 4 (All Schools — Special Education) 

-12 2 1 NEGRO : 

-12 2 1 Chapel: Eugene A. Armstrong, Franklin 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Mrs. Hunter's: Mrs. Pearl Hunter, Franklin 



MADISON 

Board of Education: B. K. Meadows, Chairman, Hot Springs, Rt. 1; Zeno Ponder, 

Secretary, Alexander, Rt. 1; J. G. Gardner, Mars Hill, Rt. 2 
Board Attorney: A. E. Leake, Marshall 

Superintendent: Fred W. Anderson, Marshall Phone: 2501 

Supervisor: Grover D. GiUis, Mars Hill, Rt. 2 
Attendance Worker: None 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Jesse ProSit, Marshall 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

110 39 TOTAL 

109 39 WHITE: 

1-8 8 Beech Glen: J. H. Ray. Mars Hill, Rt. 2 1941 

1-7 7 Ebbs Chapel: E. D. Wilson, Mars HiU, Rt. 3 1951 



Martin-McDowell 87 

1-12 11 4 Hot Springs: Roy Reeves, Hot Springs 1953 1931 

1-12 17 5 Laurel: Ray Tweed. Marshall. Rt. 3 1942 1933 

1-12 21 14 Marshall: Robert L. Edwards, Marshall 1940 1923 

1-12 22 13 Mars Hill: Fred Dickerson, Mars HiU 1940 1926 

1-12 9 3 Spring Creek: Owen Fish. Hot Springs. Rt. 1 1945 1930 

1-8 14 _ Walnut: Aurbun Wyatt, Walnut 1940 

1 „ negro: 

1-6 1 Mars Hill: Dora B. Bass, Mars Hill 

Non-Puhlic Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 



MARTIN 

Board of Education: H. B. Gaylord, Chairman, Jamesville; Leroy Harrison, Williamston; 
R. A. Haislip, Jr., Oak City; Charles Forbes, Robersonville; Exum 
Ward, Williamston 
Board Attorney: E. S. Peel, Williamston 

Superintendent: J. C. Manning, Williamston Phone: SW 2-2525 

Supervisors: White: Mildred Manning, Williamston; Negro: E. Louise Cooper, Williamston 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Louis Coker, Williamston 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

204 98 TOTAL 

91 59 white: 

9-12 8 7 Bear Grass: J. W. Sawyer, WiUiamston, Rt. 2 1953 1933 

1-7 5 Everetts : E. F. Murrow, Everetts 1952 „ 

1-8 5 Farm Life: George T. Hardison. Williamston, Rt. 1 

1-7 5 Hamilton : George Haislip. Hamilton 

1-12 12 9 Jamesville: Arthur Dempsey, Jr., Jamesville 1952 *1925 

1-12 9 8 Oak City: George P. Cullipher, Oak City 1924 

1-12 14 14 Robersonville: John L. Roberson, Robersonville 1950*1923 

1-12 32 20 Williamston: Dale Walser, Williamston 1952*1920 

1 1 (All schools — special) 

113 39 negro: 

1-12 16 10 East End: Noah W. Slade, Robersonville 1955 

1-8 8 Edna Andrews: William E. Honeyblue, Williamston 

1-12 33 19 E. J. Hayes: W. A. Holmes, Williamston 1931 

1-8 S _ Jamesville Township: John M. Slade, Williamston 

1-8 10 North Everetts: E. L. Owens, Williamston „ 

1-6 5 Parmele: Mrs. Julia J. Chance, Parmele 

1-8 14 Rodgers: Alonza R. Jones, Williamston 

1-7 5 Salsbury: George T. Hyman, Williamston 

1-12 13 9 West Martin: Turner K. Slade, Oak City 1960 

1 1 (All schools — special) 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Mrs. Faulk's: Mrs. Essie Faulk, 400 Washington St., Williamston 
WiUiamston Community: Mrs. Margaret Tarkington, Williamston 



McDowell 

Board of Education: Harold E. Dysart. Chairman. Rt. 4; Eugene Brown. Marion. Rt. 3; 
George Crawford, Old Fort; Guy Hensley. Marion, Box 521; Bill 
Bradley, 200 Yancey St., Marion; Ernest J. House, Jr., Marion 

Board Attorney: Thomas E. White, Marion 

Superintendent: James E. Johnson Phone: 695-5221 

Supervisor: Mrs. Leola B. Wright, Marion 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: R. E. Robinson, Marion 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

94 52 TOTAL 

94 52 white: 

1-6 3 Dysartsville: Paul Shephard, Nebo, Rt. 1 

1-12 16 13 Glenwood : Frank Howell, Glenwood 1951 1924 

1-12 16 9 Nebo: Gilbert L. Byrd, Nebo 1952 1923 

1-12 8 6 North Cove: John Childers, North Cove 1953 1938 

1-12 28 12 Old Fort: P. W. Greer, Old Fort 1952 1922 

1-12 17 11 Pleasant Gardens: John G. Roach, Marion 1940 1927 



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1-6 4 Sugar Hill: T. T. Love, Marion, Rt. 2 1962 

_ 1 (Driver Education Instructor, All High Schools) 

2 (Special Education) 

negro: None 

Non^Public Schools: 
1-8 1 Marion Elementary Pine Cove, Old Fort Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Marion 

Board of Education: S. R. Perkins, Chairman; Jack Ballew, Mrs. Doris T. Burgin, Eugene 

Cross, Jr., R. J. Noyes, Jr., Joseph R. Shirley, Robert W. Twitty 
Board Attorney: Paul J. Story, Marion 
Attendayice Worker: None 

Superintendent: Hugh Beam, Marion Phone: 697-6431 

Supervisor: Mrs. Bonnie E. Young, Marion 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOI., PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

76 32 TOTAL 

65 28 white: 

1-6 9 Clinchfield: Ruth Greenlee, Marion 1954 

1-6 8 East Marion: Thurman Lee Warlick, Marion 

1-6 7 Eugene Cross: Mrs. Garland Williams, Marion 1952 

9-12 _ 28 Marion: Charles C. Elledge, Marion 1920 

7-8 16 Marion Jr.: Arthur Byrd, Marion 

1-6 14 Marion Elem.: Otis M. Ledbetter, Marion 

1-6 11 West Marion: D. C. Martin, Jr., Marion 1952 

11 4 negro: 

1-12 11 4 Mt. View: V. Eugene Carson, Box 660, Marion 1962 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

First Baptist Church: Mickey Mitchem 
Peter Pan : Mrs. Albert Hewitt 



MECKLENBURG (Charlotte-Mecklenburg) 

Board of Education: David W. Harris, Chairman, Charlottetown Mall, Charlotte; Richard 
H. Brown, Vice-Chairman, 2305 N. Graham St., Charlotte; Hen- 
derson Belk, 308 East Fifth St., Charlotte: Frank Dowd, Jr., 1400 
N. C. National Bank Building, Charlotte; Ben F. Huntley, Box 128, 
Pineville; Jones Y. Pharr, Jr., 2842 Selwyn Ave., Charlotte: Dr. 
Herbert Spaugh, 528 Moravian Lane, Charlotte; Dr. Curtis R. 
Fincher, 5220 Albemarle Road, Charlotte; James B. Meacham, Jr., 
1304 South Boulevard, Charlotte 
Board Attorney: Brock Barkley, Law Building, Charlotte 
Superintendent: A. Craig Phillips, Administrative Offices, 

720 East Fourth St., Charlotte P/ioTie: 376-7591 

Associate Superintendent: William C. Self, Administrative Offices, 

720 East Fourth St., Charlotte Phone: 376-7591 

Assistant Superintendents: Business Service — J. W. Wilson, Administrative Offices, 

720 East Fourth St., Charlotte Pfeone: 376-7591 

Elementary Education^John Phillips, Administrative Offices, 

720 East Fourth St., Charlotte Phone: 376-7591 

Secondary Education — Robert C. Hanes, Administrative Offices, 

720 East Fourth St., Charlotte Phone: 376-7591 

Technical and Adult Education — Richard Hagemeyer, Adminis- 
trative Offices. 720 East Fourth St., Charlotte Phone: 370-6433 
Personnel — J. D. Morgan, Administrative Offices, 

720 East Fourth St., Charlotte Phone: 376-7591 

Comptroller: John Dunlap 
Administrative Assistant: Chris Folk 

Supervisory Staff: White: Lois Carver, Margaret Flintom, Martha G. Johnston, Mrs. 
Patricia Ledford, Mrs. Polly McAuley, Martha McGee, Mrs. 
Bernice McMurry, Margaret Phillips, Ruth Robinson, Mrs. 
Grace Templeton, Margaret Thomson 
Negro: Mrs. Almeda Rippy, Mrs. Cordelia Stiles, Mrs. Onie Thompson, 
Mrs. Rosalie Wyatt 
Special Staff: Cafeterias — Mrs. Elizabeth Allen, Director 
Art — Mrs. Elizabeth Mack, Coordinator 
Music — Oliver Cook, Coordinator, Instrumental Music 
Sam P. Durrance, Coordinator, Choral Music 
Barbara Koesjan, Coordinator, Elementary General Music 
Libraries — Gertrude Coward, Director 

Anne Wheeler, Coordinator, Library Services 



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Mrs. Lillian Skinner, Coordinator, Technical Services 
Mrs. Helen Hollingworth, Curriculum Library 
Physical Education and Athietics — Noi-man Leafe, Director 

Sally Soiitherland, Coordinator 
Radio and Television — Dona Lee Davenport, Director 
Reading — (to be named), Director 

Mrs. Virginia Mullaney, Coordinator, Secondary Reading 
Science and Mathematics — Dr. Barrj' Honshell, Director 
Special Education — H. Jay Hickes, Director 
Central Industrial Education Center — Dean Davis, Assoc. Director 

Dorothy Boone, Director Distributive Education and Management 
Willmore B. Hastings, Head, Development Program in Distribution 
and Marketing Management 
Construction — James Bell, Director 

G. E. Barber, Field Engineer 
Lewis Townsend, Field Engineer 
Carroll York, Field Engineer 
Finance — Everett P. Cameron, Administrative Assistant 
Kate Freeman, Treasurer and Bookkeeper 
(Miss) Douglas Kendall, Chief, Payroll Division 
Personnel — Charles P. Sigmon, Administrative Assistant 
Mrs. Lily McMahan, Secretary 
---.> Purchasing — E. P. Faulkner, Director 

Research — Wayne P. Church, Director 
Special Services — W. Leslie Bobbitt, Director 

Sarah McDaniel, Coordinator, Guidance 

William L. Jamison, Coordinator, Psychological Services 
Mrs. Anne Hausmann, Coordinator, Social Work and 
Attendance 

(to be named). Coordinator, Testing 
Audio-Visual — Harold Dotson, Director 
Maintenance — Russell S. Barden, Director 
Transportation — J. W. Harrison, Director 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS '''''■ ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

1727 709 TOTAL 

1229 543 white: 

8-9 7 17 Alexander Jr.: John Hansel, Et. 1, Huntersville 

7-9 24 13 Alexander Graham, Jr., H. Ray Hunt, 

1800 Runnymede Lane 1939 1920 

1-6 21 Ashley Park: Mrs. Mildred L. Howerton, 3128 BeKast Dr. 1953 

1-9 17 5 Bain: Leonard J. Lowen, Mint Hill Station 1959 

1-6 18 Barringer: Mrs. Pauline Beane, 2701 Walton Rd 1953 

1-6 31 Berryhill: M. G. Isley, Belmont Rd., Rt. 4 1960 

1-6 21 Briarwood: Roy D. Wesson, 1001 Wilann Dr 

1-6 21 Chantilly: Mrs. Rachel B. Mason, 701 Briarcreek Rd 

1-7 7 Clear Creek: Andrew J. Wood, Rt. 1, Box 779 

7-9 15 9 Cochrane Jr.: J. Boiling Davis, 6200 Starhaven Dr — — 

1-6 14 CoUinswood: Donald C. Young, Applegate Rd 1961 

1-8 13 .... Cornelius: Ray A. Price, Box 158, Cornelius 1939 

1-6 20 Cotswold: Harold W. Beaver, 300 Greenwich Rd 1959 

7-9 12 6 Coulwood Jr.: A. P. Haywood, 1901 Kentberi-y Dr 

1-8 8 Davidson: Rav A. Price, Box 398, Davidson 1950 

1-7 32 Derita: W. W. Goodson, 6000 Derita Rd 1940 

1-6 23 Dilworth: O. E. Middleton, 405 E. Park Ave 

10-12 61 East Mecklenburg: D. K. Pittman, 6800 Monroe Rd *1951 

1-6 25 Eastover: Mrs. Daphne R. Long, 500 Cherokee Rd 1952 

7-9 20 19 Eastway Jr.: James D. Gault, 3333 Biscayne Dr 1956 1956 

1-6 21 Elizabeth: William E. Sweezy, 1601 Park Dr 1952 

1-6 13 Enderly Park: Dorothy Cameron, 1318 Clay Ave 

10-12 . ..„ 76 Garinger: Edward Sanders, 1100 Eastway Dr *1920 

10-12 40 Harding: James R. Hawkins, 2001 Alleghany St *1920 

7-9 23 9 Hawthorne Jr.: William L. Anderson, Jr., 1400 Louise Ave. 1939 1920 

7-9 24 14 Herbert Spaugh Jr.: Kenneth F. England, 1946 Camp 

Greene St 1958 1958 

1-6 18 Hickory Grove: M. B. Thomas, 6300 Hickory Gr. Rd 1961 

1-6 13 Highland: Charles Hickman, 3201 Clemson Ave 

1-6 9 Hoskins: Curtis C. Buchanan. 3801 Gossett St 

1-8 22 Huntersville: William Banks Miller, Jr., Box 458, 

Huntersville 1939 

1-6 20 Idlewild: C. R. Merrell, 7200 Idlewild Rd 19G1 

1-6 16 Lakeview: Howard P. Jernigan, 3127 Kalynne St 

1-6 21 Lansdowne: William A. Ledford, 6400 Prett Ct 1961 

1-8 17 .... Long Creek: Billy J. Presson, Rt. 1, Huntersville 1925 

1-9 27 3 Matthews Jr.: R. C. Marshall, Matthews 1924 

7-9 26 15 McClintock Jr.: Ralph S. Leete, 2101 Rama Rd 1956 1956 

1-6 19 Merry Oaks: Mrs. Cornelia W. Henderson, 3508 Draper Ave. 1961 

1-6 20 Midwood: Joseph Brooks, 1817 Central Ave 

1-6 22 Montclaire: Clvde E. Pope, 5801 Farmbrook Dr 1962 

1-6 21 Myers Park: James W. Suber, 2132 Radcliffe Ave 1952 

10-12 64 Myers Park: Laird Lewis. 2400 Colony Rd *19o2 

1-6 17 Nations Ford: Fred F. Cowart, Rt. 2, Box 913E 1961 

1-7 16 Newell: Thomas F. Templeton, Box 63, Newell 1926 

10-12 39 North Mecklenburg: W. A. Hough, Rt. 1, Huntersville *1952 



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1-6 13 _ Oakdale: J. H. HoweU, 1111 Oakdale Rd 1961 

1-6 16 Oakhurst: Stamey F. Brooks, 4511 Monroe Rd 1940 

1-6 22 Park Road: Virginia Neely, 3701 Haven Dr 1952 

1-6 24 _ Paw Creek: Ned McCall, Paw Creek 1939 

7-9 20 16 Piedmont Jr.: Donald I. Newman. 1241 East 10 St 1939 1920 

1-8 14 _ Pineville: Samuel M. Gibson, Pineville 1939 

1-6 25 Pinewood: James W. Mahan, 815 Seneca PI 1961 

1-6 15 Plaza Road: Seth Scott, 3501 Plaza Rd 1939 

1-6 22 Sedgefield: Mrs. Pattie B. McGee, 700 Marsh Rd 1961 

7-9 25 11 Sedgefield Jr.: Rex. E. Benson, 2700 Dorchester PI 1956 1956 

1-6 14 Selwyn: Charles Kirby, 1900 Runnymede Lane 

1-6 12 Seversville: Scott Thrower, 1701 Sumter Ave 1939 

1-6 19 Shamrock Gardens: Mary B. Thompson, 

3301 Country Club Dr 1961 

1-6 23 _ Sharon: Henry L. Houston, 4801 Sharon Rd 

7-9 27 12 Smith, Jr.: J. L. Swofford, 400 Tyvola Rd 

7-12 10 55 South Mecklenburg: E. H. Edmisten, Rt. 1, Pineville •I960 

1-6 10 Starmount: Mrs. Thelma Funderburk, 1600 Brookdale Dr.. . 

1-7 22 Statesville Road: C. M. Hyder. Rt. 11, Box 135 1959 

1-6 6 Steele Creek: B. G. Whisnant, Rt. 1, Pineville 

1-6 26 _ Thomasboro: W. R. Curlee, 538 Bradford Dr 

1-6 12 _ Tryon Hills: Alice Power, 2600 Grimes St 1961 

1-6 19 Tuckaseegee: Charles Yates, Rt. 5 1962 

1-6 26 Villa Heights: Ralph Cline. 2000 N. Allen St 1954 

1-6 5 Wesley Heights: Robert K. Whitlock. 128 Summit Ave 1938 

10-12 44 West Mecklenburg: T. C. Wright, 7400 Tuckaseegee Rd *1952 

1-6 15 Wilmore: Ben Carson, 428 W. Blvd 1952 

7-9 22 15 Wilson, Jr.: W. G. Dixon, 7020 Tuckaseegee Rd 1956 1956 

1-6 21 WinrWor Park: Wm. S. Adams. 3900 Sudlniry Rd. . . 

1-6 11 _ Woodlawn: R. Franklin Rozzelle, CMR 944, Box 276 _ 

498 166 negro: 

1-8 14 Ada Jenkins: James O. Harris, P. O. Box 305, Davidson.. 

1-6 15 Alexander Street: Louis J. Hughes, 901 N. Alexander St... 

1-4 11 Amay James: Mrs. Evelvnne Maxwell, 3300 Amay James St. _ 

1-6 12 Bethune: Roland O. McKnight, 601 N. Graham St _ 

1-6 19 Biddleville: Mrs. S. Perrin Sasso, 701 Beatties Ford Rd 1952 

1-9 19 3 Billingsville: Mrs. Vinie M. Watkins, 3100 Leroy St 1958 

1-7 4 _ Crestdale: Thomas J. Anderson, P. O. Box 205, Matthews.. „ 

1-6 23 _ Double Oaks: Mrs. Gwendolyn D. Cunningham, 

1905 Earle St 

1-6 13 Druid Hills: Joseph A. Swain, 2801 Lucena St . ... 

1-6 28 _ Fairview: W. G. Bvers, 915 Burton St 1940 

1-6 20 First Ward: Mrs. Javne W. Hemphill, 

617 North Caldwell St . 

1-12 16 7 J. H. Gunn: Joseph C. Belton, Rt. 8, Box 373 1940 

7-9 12 5 Irwin Avenue Jr.: James A. Clarke, 329 Irwin Ave 

1-6 18 Isabella Wyche: Beulah D. Moore, 806 S. Poplar St 1957 

1-6 24 Lincoln Heights: O. N. Freeman, 1900 Newcastle St 

1-6 31 Marie Davis: William H. Moreland, 3343 W. Griffith St... .' 

1-6 14 Morgan: Mrs. Bettye W. McLaurin, 510 S. Torrence St... 1940 

1-6 29 Myers Street: B. D. Robprts. 525 S. Myers St 

G-9 22 8 Northwest Jr.: Clarence E. Moreland. 1415 Beatties Fd. Rd. 1941 

5-9 15 5 Plato Price: James T. Burch. Jr., 4201 Morris Field Dr... 1940 

7-12 27 31 Second Ward: Spencer E. Durante. 501 S. Alexander St. •1924 

1-12 20 8 Sterling: L. E. Poe. Rt. 1. Box 206, Pineville 1940 

1-12 19 14 Torrence-Lytle: Isaac T. Graham, Box 456, Huntersville. . 1940 

1-6 21 University Park: Mrs. Elizabeth Randolph, 

2400 Hildebrand St 

1-12 50 West Charlotte: Clinton L. Blake. 2219 Senior Dr •1941 

G-9 20 6 William Jr.: Alexander Byers, 2400 Carmine St 

1-6 10 Woodland: Thomas J. Banks, Paw Creek 

7-12 10 29 York Road: Gerson Stroud, 3114 Bank St •195'9 

1-6 12 Zeb Vance: Mrs. Matilda Spears, 825 Westbrook Dr 

Non-Public Schools: 

white: 

1-3 2 Afcension Christian Day: 1225 E. Morehead St. 

1-3 3 Ascension Lutheran Church & Day: Mrs. Alberta Brethauer, 

914 Kenilworth Ave Sectarian _ 

1-12 4 3 Burton Institute, Inc.: Mrs. Frances H. Bass, 

1121 West Seventh St Non-Sectarian 1946 

1-5 4 Calvary Christian Day: Lillian Lamb, 

1800 East Fourth St Sectarian 

6-10 2 2 Christian High: Donald F. Davis. P. O. Box 4222, Sectarian 

1-12 18 6 Charlotte Country Day: David L. Howe, 

5303 Sardis Rd Non-Sectarian 

9-12 6 Charlotte Catholic High: Sister Mary Columbia, 

3150 Park Rd Sectarian •1946 

1-10 2 1 Charlotte Junior Academy (Seventh Day Adventist) : 

Donald C. Hunt, Jr., 1011 East Morehead St., Sectarian 

1 1 Commonwealth Private (Methodist): Mrs. W. Myers, 

2434 Commonwealth Ave Non-Sectarian 

1-8 8 O'Donoghue (Catholic): Sister Mary Patrick, 

1125 Buchanan St Sectarian 



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1-8 9 Our Lady of Assumption Catholic: Rev. Lawrence Hill, 

2117 Shenandoah Ave Sectarian 

1-8 7 .... Our Lady of Consolation: Mother Mary Angela, 

2301 Statesville Ave Sectarian 

9-12 . 7 Our Lady of Mercy High School, Sister Mary Concepta, .,„,„ 

1125 Buchanan St Sectarian *1947 

1-8 14 St. Ann's: Mother Marie Gervase, 

600 Hillside Ave Sectarian 

1-8 4 St. Gabriel's: Father J. Paul Bryon, 

2900 Providence Rd Sectarian 

1 1 Selwyn Avenue Presbyterian: Etha Bowman, 

2927 Selwyn Ave Sectarian 

negro: 
1 1 Berean Seventh Day Adventist School for Negroes, 

724 South CaldweU St Sectarian 

1-12 1 4 Teamer High: James W. Teamer, 

2600 Newland Rd., Charlotte Non-Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 
white: 
Ascension Lutheran: Mrs. Alberta Brethauer, 914 Kenilworth Ave. 
Assumption Catholic: Mrs. Francis McMahon, 2117 Shenandoah Ave. 
Avondale Presbyterian: Mrs. George Edwards, 2821 Avondale Ave. 
Caldwell Memorial Presbyterian: Mrs. R. V. Mason, 1601 E. Fifth St. 
Calvary Christian Day School: Rev. Edward Hancock, 1800 E. Fourth St. 
Camp Greene Presbyterian Church: Mrs. J. Frank Love. Monument St. 
Central Steele Creek Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Thomas W. Choate, Rt. 3 
Christ Church: Mrs. Mildred Orr, 1412 Providence Rd. 
Church of the Holy Comforter: Mrs. Hugh Walker, 2709 Avondale Ave. 
Cole Memorial Week-Day: Mrs. R. O. Perry, 2929 Hoover Cir. 
Commonwealth Private: Mrs. W. Myers, 2434 Commonwealth Ave. 
♦Covenant Week -Day : Mildred Plonk, 1000 East Morehead 
Dilworth Methodist: Mrs. T. A. Langford, 605 East Blvd. 
Dilworth Nursery and Kindergarten: Mrs. George C. Canipe, 

419 E. Park Ave. ^ , , ,. 

Easter Seal Pre-School: Mrs. H. P. McAllister, 1941 Lawnsdale Dr. 
First Methodist Week-Day School: Mrs. Kate Crowell, 501 N. Tryon St. 
Flo's Nursery and Kindergarten: Mrs. Florence Headen, 

3510 Commonwealth Ave. 
•Forest Hills Presbyterian: Mrs. Sarnh Yopp, 1040 Woodlawn Rd. 
Grace Methodist: Mrs. Ira Yoppe, 737 Woodlawn Rd. 
Hawthorne Lane Methodist: Mrs. Walter Elmore, 501 Hawthorne Lane 
Hickory Grove Baptist: Mrs. G. W. Smith, Hickory Grove Rd. 
Hickory Grove Methodist Church: Betty Barbee, 5903 Market St. 
The Hunter Kindergarten: Mrs. John D. Hunter, 624 Queens Rd. 
Huntersville: Mrs. Herb Cochrane, Rt. 5, Huntersville 
Jack & Jill Kindergarten and Nursery: Mrs. S. B. Pearman, 

815 N. Tryon St. „ , , . 

Kilgo Methodist Church: Mrs. James K. Weber, 2101 Belvedere Ave. 
Little Church on the Lane: Mrs. Guy L. Bobbins, 528 Moravian Lane 
Merry: Mrs. H. G. Kohoska, 3518 Commonwealth Ave. 
Midwood: Mrs. W. F. Drinkerd, 2008 Club Rd. 
Mouson Methodist Church: Mrs. Merrill Gattis, 3100 Selwyn Ave. 
Mulberry Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Lewis Townsend, 

6500 Tuckaseegee Rd. 
Myers Park Baptist Church Through-the-Week School: Rev. Leonard 
Wilmont, 1900 Queens Rd. 

♦Myers Park Methodist Church Nursery School & Kindergarten: 
Mrs. William Hoeflick, 1401 Queens Rd. 

♦Myers Park Presbyterian Week-Day School: Mrs. J. H. Ostwalt, 
2501 Oxford PI. 

Nelson: George A. Nelson, 1717 Mecklenburg Ave. 

O'Donoghue: Mrs. Elvirce Friend, 1125 Buchanan St. 

Park Road Baptist: Mrs. Betty McLain, 3900 Park Rd. 

Paw Creek Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Charles Pearson, Paw Creek 

Philadelphia Presbyterian Church: Rachel Caudill, Box 16, Mint Hill Sta. 

Plaza Presbyterian Church Week-Day School: Mrs. J. E. Stogall. 
2304 The Plaza 

Providence Methodist: Mrs. Elmer Rouzer, 2801 Providence Rd. 

Reformation Lutheran: Mrs. Carl Pedersen, Jr., 900 Seneca PI. 

Resurrection Lutheran Church: Rev. Edgar G. Runge, 
2825 Shenandoah Ave. 

St. Ann's School and Kindergarten: Mother Mary Gervose, 
600 Hillside Ave. 

St. Gabriel's: Mrs. Joe R. Powell, 2900 Providence Rd. 

St. Gile's Presbyterian Church: Carl J. Howell, Jr., 1701 Tamworth 

St. Luke's Lutheran: Mrs. D. Harold Schoaf, 1117 E. Blvd. 

St. Marks Methodist Church: Kenneth R. Moore, 917 Clareton Rd. 

St. Martin's Episcopal Church: Mrs. Frank Bell. 1510 E. Seventh St. 

St. Paul's Methodist: Mrs. J. W. Livings, 2830 Dorchester PI. 

Sardis Presbyterian: Mrs. Hoyt Galvin, Sardis Rd. 

Selwyn Avenue Presbyterian Church: Atha Bowman, 2927 SelvTyn Ave. 

Sharon Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Robert B. Edwards, Sharon Rd., Rt. 2 

Sharon Presbyterian Church: Mrs. W. G. Stanford, 
3100 Sharon View Rd. 

Steele Creek Presbyterian: Mrs. McCord, Steele Creek Rd. 



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Stepping Stones: Mrs. W. R. Caudell, 401 South Summit Ave. 
Sugaw Creek Presbyterian Weekday School: Mrs. Guilford Kirkman, 

101 Sugaw Creek Rd. 
Sunset Hills Presbyterian Church Christian Day School: 

Mrs. W. C. Slappey, 2201 Springdale Ave. 
Temple Israel Daily School: Mrs. Georgia Beyer, 1014 Dilworth Rd. 
Temple Israel: Mrs. John Fitzpatrick, 1014 Dilworth Rd. 
Temple Israel Religious School: Emmanuel Baum, 1014 Dilworth Rd. 
Trinity Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Louella Cockran, 

3011 Providence Rd. 
W. H. Belk Presbyterian: Mrs. Page Chambers, 1533 Choyce Ave. 

negro: 
Amay James Presbyterian: Wilmont Rd. 
Bethlehem Center, Margaret Hodkins, 2705 Baltimore Ave. 
Biddleville Presbyterian Church: Mrs. E. H. Cohen, 403 Mattoon St. 
Eliza RusseU Kindergarten of Greenville Tabernacle, Mrs. Joanna 

Cuthbertson, 1151 Statesville Ave. 
Oaklawn Community Center: Ruby Melton, 1222 Oaklawn Ave. 
Our Lady of Consolation: Mother Mary Angela, 2301 Statesville Rd. 
South Tryon Street Presbyterian Church: Ona Taylor, 

2516 S. Tryon St. 
Tyson's: Blanche Tyson, 407 North Myers St. 



MITCHELL 

Board of Education: Harper Wilson, Chairman, Bakersville; Maloy Griffith, Bakei-sville, 

Rt. 1: Lat Westall, Spruce Pine 
Board Attorney: Frank Watson, Spruce Pine 

Superintendent: Walter L. Thomas, Bakersville Phone: 2311 

Express Office, Spruce Pine 
Supervisor: Mrs. Ruby S. Gouge, Bakersville 
Chief Bus Mechanic: U. D. Hensley, Bakersville 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

84 43 TOTAL 

84 43 WHITE: 

6-12 9 15 Bowman: Floyd H. Edwards, Bakei-sviUe 1057 1924 

1-6 10 Gouge Elementary: Maude D. Bennett, Bakersville 1958 

1-8 7 Buladean: Paul H. Garland, Rt. 2, Bakersville 1952 

5-8 19 Deyton Elementary: Phil Gouge, Spruce Pine 1959 

1-7 4 Glen Ayre: Jimmy D. McKinney, Bakersville 1952 

1-5 20 Harris Elementarv: Mae Freeman Fortner, Spruce Pine. . 1953 

9-12 18 Harris: Robert G. Young, Spruce Pine *1924 

1-7 6 Ledger: Henry H. Ingram, Bakersville 1954 

1-7 2 Poplar: Ruby Byrd Whitson, Relief 

1-12 7 10 Tipton Hill: Fred G. Brummitt 1952 1929 

NEGRO: None 

Non-Public Schools: 

1-6 2 Appalachian: Robert D. Phelps, Head Master, Penland Sectarian 

Penland School of Handicrafts : William J. Brown, Director, 

Penland Non-Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Spruce Pine: Mrs. Zella F. Wilson, Spruce Pine 



MONTGOMERYf 

Board of Education: Howard Dorsett, Chairman, Mt. Gilead; James A. Burt, Vice Chair- 
man, Biscoe; Everette Freeman, Star; Earl Connelly, Troy; Cail 
M. Myers, Candor 

Board Attorney: Garland S. Garriss, Troy 

Superintendent: S. H. Helton, Troy Phone: 4301 

High School Supervisor: Mrs. Elizabeth B. Simpson, Mt. Gilead 

Elementary Supervisor: Mrs. Almena McLeod, Biscoe 

Speech Therapist: Louise Haywood, Troy 

Speech Therapist: Margueritte Grant, Troy 

Band Instructors: Richard H. Wright, David E. Doolittle 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Leonard Ray Morris, Troy 

Trainable Class: Mrs. Gwendolyn Poole, Miss Ethel McDuffie 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 



Montgomery-Moore 93 

131 51 TOTAL 

88 40 white: 

1-8 11 Biscoe: R. L. Shirlen, Biscoe 

1-8 13 Candor: H. D. Narron, Candor 1954 

9-12 19 East Montgomery High: George R. Autry, Biscoe 1962 

1-8 16 Mt. Gilead: Preston Holt, Mt. Gilead 1961 

1-8 15 Star: Paul W. Harrill, Star 1953 

1-8 29 Troy: Perry W. Harrison, Troy 

9-12 21 West Montgomery: Thomas L. White, Mt. Gilead 1961 

3 (Librarians — all schools) 

1 (Educable class — all schools) 

43 11 negro: 

1-8 14 Brutonville: E. A. Anderson, Candor 

1-12 8 11 Peabody: S. T. Hawkins, Troy 1955 

1-8 17 Highland: R. T. Hoffman, Mt. Gilead 

2 (Librarians, all schools) 

2 (Educable class — all schools) 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Little Child's: Mrs. John Matheson, Mt. Gilead 

Little Learner's: Candor 

Star: Star 

Tiny Tots: Mrs. James Allen, Jr., Troy 



MOORE 

Board of Education: J. A. Culbertson, Chairman, Robbins; T. Roy Phillips, Carthage; 
R. H. Upchurch, Highfalls; W. H. Matthews, Route 3, Carthage; 
Jere N. McKeithen, Aberdeen 
Board Attorney: W. D. Sabiston, Jr., Carthage 

Superintendent : R. E. Lee, Carthage Phone : WH 7-2976 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Beulah T. McPherson, Cameron 

Negro: Mrs. Tarba T. Brown, Route 3, Carthage 
Special Subjects: Guidance — C. E. Powers, Bennett 

Library — Mrs. Pauline Myrick, Carthage 
Speech — Mrs. Barbara Blake, Pinehurst 
Attendance Worker: Negro: Ruel Solomon, Carthage 
Chief Bub Mechanic: W. E. Bailey, Carthage 
Public Schools: 

GRADES teachers YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

175 90 TOTAL 

127 72 white: 

1-12 21 13 Aberdeen: C. Wade Mobley, Aberdeen 1952*1923 

1-12 10 8 Cameron: George B. Causby, Cameron 1953 1926 

7-12 3 11 Carthage: H. L. Brinkley, Carthage 1953 1920 

1-6 15 Carthage Elem.: B. C. Scott, Carthage 1954 

1-8 5 Eagle Springs: Jonnie T. Brendell, Eagle Springs 

7-12 5 12 Elise: Cecil E. Hackney, Robbins 1951 1927 

1-7 20 Robbins Graded: E. C. Brady, Robbins 1951 

1-12 9 5 Highfalls: Ernest W. Atkinson, Highfalls 1937 

1-12 7 4 Sandhill Farm Life: T. H. Lingerfeldt, Rt. 3, Carthage 1920 

1-12 14 6 Vass-Lakeview: John McCrummen, Vass 1940 1924 

1-12 9 8 West End: J. R. Brendell, Jr., West End 1943 1928 

1-12 9 5 Westmoore: J. C. Phillips, Rt. 2, Seagrove 1951 1941 

48 18 negro: 

1-12 14 6 Berkley: E. D. Raynor, Aberdeen 1960 1955 

1-8 4 Davis: E. U. Grant, Rt. 2, Robbins 

1-12 21 12 Pinckney: J. S. Singleton, Jr., Carthage 1930 

1-8 9 Vineland: T. C. Jackson, West End 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Direct State Supported: 

Samarcand: Reva Mitchell, Supt., Eagle Springs • 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Carthage: Mrs. Jo Allen, Carthage 

Pinehurstf 

Board of Edtication: L. B. Creath, Chairman; A. H. Garrison, Jr., Melvin Wicker, J. W. 

Sheffield, F. R. Gramelsbach 
Board Attorney: Howard C. Broughton, Pinehurst 

Superintendent: Lewis S. Cannon, Pinehurst Phone: CY 4-3223 

Supervisor: Violet Lester, Pinehurst 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 



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Educational Directory of North Carolina 



GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

24 14 TOTAL 

14 8 white: 

9-12 8 Pinehurst: Lewis S. Cannon, Pinehurst 'lOaS 

1-8 14 Pinehurst: D. W. Mallard, Pinehurst 1952 

10 6 negro: 

1-12 10 6 Academy Heights: S. C. Cureton, Pinehurst 1957 1929 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Ehrhardt School: Mrs. Herbert Ehrhardt, Pinehurst 
Wee Barrett School: Mrs. Robert Barrett^ Pinehurst 



Southern Pines 

Board of Education: N. L. Hodgkins, Sr., Chairman, Southern Pines; Mrs. Clara Harper, 

Dr. C. C. McLean, J. E. Sandlin, P. I. York 
Board Attorney: Pollock and Fullenwider, Southern Pines 

Superintendent: Luther A. Adams, Southern Pines Phone: OX 2-2181 

Supervisor: Violet Lester, Southern Pines 

Special Subject: Music — Mrs. Sara Hodgkins, Southern Pines 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

GRADES teachers 

taught ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
46 22 TOTAL 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEM. H.S. 



30 



9-12 
1-8 



1-12 



1-3 

1-8 



1-3 
1-12 



30 
16 
16 



Glenn L. Cox, Southern Pines. . . 
James D. Moore, Southern Pines. 



10 
10 



WHITE: 

East Southern Pines: 
East Southern Pines: 

negro: 
West Southern Pines: H. A. Wilson, Southern Pines.... 
Non-Public Schools: 

WHITE: 

2 Episcopal Day: 350 E. Massachusetts Ave 

4 St. Anthony's: Sister Catherine Leonard, 

340 N. Ashe St Secterian 

NEGRO: 

2 Our Lady of Victory: Sister David Marie Sectarian 

2 1 R. C. Lawson Institute: 1174 New York Ave Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Kindergarten: Mrs. R. P. Brown, Southern Pines 
Kindergarten: Mrs. R. L. Chardler, Southern Pines 
Episcopal Day School : 350 E. Massachusetts Ave. 



•1923 



1949 



1957 1930 



NASH 

Board of Education: W. S. Williams, Jr., Chairman, Middlesex; J. H. Valentine, Sharps- 
burg; Bobby D. Perry, Nashville; L. R. Joyner, Route 2, Elm City; 
C. E. Deans, Route 1, Battleboro 

Board Attorney: I. T. Valentine of Valentine & Valentine, Nashville 

Superintendent: C. H. Fries, Jr., Nashville Phones: 459-2681 and 459-6921 

Assistant Superintetident: M. W. Weaver, Nashville 

Business Manager: George I. Woodall, NashviUe 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Jane H. Vester, Spring Hope; Mrs. Mildred D. Hinton, NashviUe 
Negro: Maude A. Ellison, Box 334, Spring Hope 

Director of Guidance Services: Mrs. Margaret M. Hobgood, 717 Grove St., Wilson 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: James E. Brown, Nashville 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
320 129 TOTAL 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEM. H.S. 



1-12 
1-12 
1-8 
1-12 

1-8 
1-8 
1-12 
1-8 



164 
12 10 Bailey 



white: 

W. G. Edwards, Bailey 1939 

21 19 Benvenue: R. B. Gordon, Rocky Mount. Rt. 3 1939 

4 Castalia: Mrs. Myrtle B. Hedgepeth, Castalia 1954 

16 10 Coopers: R. C. Home, Nashville, Rt. 3 1951 

6 Ferrells: F. Carold Stone, Middlesex, Rt. 2 

4 Griffins: Mrs. Flora B. Strickland, Nashville 1955 

7 9 Middlesex: N. E. Patterson, Middlesex 1955 

4 Momeyer: Mrs. J. W. Colston, Nashville, Rt. 2 1962 



1926 
1925 



1933 



1923 



Nash 95 

1-8 6 _ Mount Pleasant: J. W. Woodard, Jr., Baiky, Rt. 1 1951 

1-12 16 12 Nashville: C. C. Walters, Nashville 1954 1923 

1-8 4 Oak Level: Mrs. D. A. Willey, NashviUe 1955 

1-12 11 9 Red Oak: Joseph A. Martin. Red Oak 1939 1920 

1-8 5 Sharpsburg: Harold W. Bearing, Sharpsburg 1954 

1-12 17 12 Spring Hope: M. V. Parrish, Spring Hope 1940 1923 

1-12 6 5 Whitakers: Raymond G. Gurley, Whitakers 1952 

1-8 25 Williford: T. D. Carpenter, 801 Williford St., Rocky Mount 1939 

156 43 negro: 

1-8 8 Tar River: R. B. Harrison, Nashville 

1-8 15 Cedar Grove: T. W. Williams, Nashville, Rt. 1 

1-8 15 Maude B. Hubbard: David D. Ghist, Battleboro, Rt. 1 

1-12 29 17 Nash Central: T. M. Ringer, Box 326, Nashville 

1-8 16 North Whitakers: Robert J. Johnson, Whitakers, Rt. 2... 

1-8 21 South Nash: Kanawha Z. Chavis, Nashville 1957 

1-21 21 12 Spaulding: Henry D. Debnam, Spring Hope 1943 1931 

1-8 15 Stony Creek: Benj. C. Battle, 1126 Beale St., Rocky Mount 

1-12 16 14 Swift Creek: J. W. Wiley, Whitakers, Rt. 2 1958 1958 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Private: Mrs. Marion C. Patterson, Nashville 

Rocky Mount 

Board of Education: W. R. Coleman, Chairman; M. W. Ivey, Vice-Chairman; Guy E. 
Barnes, Mrs. W. P. Greathouse, Page Keel, J. H. Nelson, W. O. 
Warner, Mrs. Edmund K. Gravely, Donald Wilhalf 
Board Attorneys: Thorp, SprulU, Thorp, Trotter, and Biggs, Rocky Mount 

Superintendent: D. S. Johnson, Rocky Mount Phone: Gibson 2-7152 

Administrative Assistant: E. W. Pegram, Jr., Rocky Mount Phone: Gibson 2-7152 

Supervisors: White: Millie Moore, Rocky Mount 

Negro: Mrs. Ila K. Bellamy, Rocky Mount 
Director of Guidance: Mrs. June Looney, Rocky Mount 

Attendance Workers: Part-time: Zollie Wheeless, Julian F. Lawrence, Rocky Mount 
School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Grace Proctor, Rocky Mount 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

209 95 TOTAL 

127 58 white: 

1-6 10 Bassett: Ella Cherry Moore, Rocky Mount 1939 

1-6 11 Battle: Mrs. Katherine H. Nicholson, Rocky Mount 1956 „ 

1-6 17 Braswell: Liilie B. Shearin, Rocky Mount 1954 

7-9 17 8 George R. Edwards Junior: Austin Simpson, Rocky Mount. . 

1-6 12 „ Englewood: Mrs. Katherine J. Baker, Rocky Mount 1961 

1-5 11 Fairview: Margaret Lewis, Rocky Mount 1961 _ 

1-6 14 _. Gorham: Corinne L. Pitt, Rocky Mount 1940 

7-9 12 7 R. M. Wilson Junior: Vann Bass, Rocky Mount 1955 1955 

10-12 42 Rocky Mount Senior: C. M. Edson, Rocky Mount *1920 

1-6 11 _ Wilkinson: Harvey S. Pittman, Jr., Rocky Mount 1952 _ 

12 1 (Not Assigned — Art, Music, Speech, Academically Talented, Educable) 

82 37 negro: 

1-6 14 Baskerville: C. T. Edwards, Rocky Mount 1958 

10-12 25 Booker T. Washington Senior: R. D. Armstrong, Box 1380, 

Rocky Mount *1927 

1-6 13 Holland: B. L. Ancrum, Rocky Mount 1940 

7-9 17 12 Joseph W. Parker Junior: R. A. Batts, Rocky Mount 

1-6 10 Lincoln: Mrs. Annie W. Neville, Rocky Mount 

1-6 20 O. R. Pope: Montera Davis, Rocky Mount 1945 

8 (Not Assigned — Art, Music, Speech, Academically Talented, Educable) 

Non-Public Schools: 

1-8 3 Our Lady of Perpetual Help: Sister M. St. William, 

Rocky Mount Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Mrs. A. D. Dozier: Mrs. A. D. Dozier 

Episcopal Parish: Mrs. Frank Fagan, Sr. 

First Baptist Church: Mrs. C. D. Braswell, Mrs. R. E. Lee 

First Presbyterian: Mrs. Edward J. Pitt 

Lakeside: Mrs. C. V. March 

Little Miss Muffet: Mrs. Roberta Battle 

Our Lady of Perpetual Help: Mother Donelda 

West Haven: Mrs. T. J. Russell 



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NEW HANOVER 

Board of Education: E. A. Laney, Chairman, Wilmington; Murdoch M. Dunn, Wilmington; 
Mrs. Thomas J. Gause, Wilmington; Malcolm O. Yeo, Wilmington; 
Dr. William C. Mebane, Wilmington; Mrs. R. M. Piver, Wilmington 
Board Attorney: Cyrus D. Hogue, Jr., Wilmington 

Superintendent: William H. Wagoner, Wilmington Phone: 76 2-8693 

Assistant Superintendents: Dale K. Spencer, Wilmington Phone: 76 2-8593 

T. O. Page, Wilmington PAone: 76 2-2616 

Business Manager: John O. Marshall, Wilmington Phone: 76 2-1877 

Supervisors: White: Hey ward C. Bellamy, P. O. Box 390, Wilmington 
Mrs. Lucy M. Banner. P. O. Box 390, Wilmington 
John Bridgman, P. O. Box 390, Wilmington 
Negro: James L. Johnson, P. O. Box 390, Wilmington 
Special Subjects: Libraries — Mrs. Martha Bennett, Wilmington 
Audio-Visual — C. G. Berry, Wilmington 
Attendance Workers: White: Mrs. Margaret Edwards, Wilmington 

Negro: W. T. Childs, Wilmington 
Chief Bus Mechanic: J. C. Caulder, Wilmington 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

435 202 TOTAL 

294 149 white: 

1-6 19 Bradley Creek: Daniel Todd, Wilmington 1940 

1-6 9 Carolina Beach: Calvin Lane, Carolina Beach 

1-9 31 12 Chestnut Street: C. D. Gurganus, Wilmington 1952 1952 

1-6 22 Forest Hills: Mrs. Thelma Daughtry, Wilmington 1938 

1-9 27 7 Lake Forest: Mrs. Manley Williams, Wilmington 1953 

1-6 12 J. C. Roe: W. P. Hollowell, Wilmington 1949 

10-12 98 New Hanover: Wallace I. West, Wilmington *1920 

1-6 6 Ogden: Everett Gobble, Wilmington 1961 

7-9 28 13 Roland-Grise Jr.: R. Jack Davis, Wilmington 

1-6 30 _ Sunset Park Elementary: Rupert Bryan, Wilmington 1952 

7-9 16 12 Sunset Park Jr.: A. Lawrence Cheek, Wilmington 1952 

1-9 27 7 Tileston : Billy Mason, Wilmington 1953 1953 

1-6 6 Washington Catlett: James L. Calloway, Wilmington 1939 

1-6 11 William Hooper: Edgar Burriss, Wilmington 1940 

1-6 28 Winter Park: J. H. McGee, Wilmington 1940 

1-6 16 Wrightsboro: William E. Booth, Wilmington 1944 

1-6 6 Wrightsville Beach: Lawrence Fladd, Wrightsville Beach 1957 

141 53 negro: 

1-7 21 William H. Blount: Fred E. Williams, Wilmington 1962 

1-6 48 Gregory: C. H. McDonald, Wilmington 1962 

1-4 26 Peabody: Mrs. Vivian Boone, Wilmington 1952 

4-7 18 James B. Dudley: E. A. Swain, Wilmington 

10-12 40 Williston Senior: Booker T. Washington, Wilmington 1932 

7-9 28 13 Williston Junior: S. J. Howie, Jr., Wilmington 

Non-Public Schools: 

white: 

1-8 7 St. Mary's Catholic: Sister M. Hildegarde, 

Wilmington Sectarian 

1-8 3 St. Stanislaus: Sister Angelica, Castle Hayne. .. .Sectarian 

1 1 Cronly: Mrs. Robert Cronly, 321 S. Third St., 

Wilmington Non-Sectarian 

negro: 
1-10 Ephesus Junior Academy: G. Blackburn, 

Wilmington Sectarian 

1-8 4 St. Thomas Catholic: Sister Agnes Marie, 

Wilmington Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

white: 
St. John's Episcopal Church: Mrs. Gilbert Arthur, Wilmington 
St. James: Peggy Moore, Wilmington 
High School Nursery: Mrs. Vivian Baynes, Wilmington 
Little Chapel on the Boardwalk: Mrs. E. M. Hawkins, 

Wrightsville Beach 
First Baptist Church: Mrs. R. L. Williams, Wilmington 
First Presbyterian Kindergarten: Mrs. Joe Holman, Wilmington 
St. Pauls Lutheran: Mrs. R. T. Bradsher, Wilmington 
Winter Park Baptist Church Kindergarten: Mrs. J. F. Jamison, 

Wilmington 
Wesleyan Methodist Church: Mrs. Margaret Lane, Wilmington 
Morningside: Mrs. Beatrice Floyd, Wilmington 
Seventh Day Adventist: Jack Nick, Wilmington 

St. Andrews-Covenant Presbyterian: Mrs. P. M. Camak, Wilmington 
St. Mary's Catholic: Sister M. Hildegarde, Wilmington 



New Hanover-Northampton 97 



Winter Park Presbyterian: Mrs. Charlotte C. Collett, Wilmington 
Wrightsboro Methodist Church: Mrs. Alexander Weide, Wilmington 

negro: 
St. Thomas Catholic: Sister Agnes Marie, Wilmington 
Ephesus Seventh Day Adventist: G. Blackburn, Wilmington 



NORTHAMPTON 

Board of Education: W. C. Conner, Chairman, Rich Square; Scott Bowers, Jackson; 

James Hedspeth, Conway; S. E. Crew, Pleasant Hill; Ralph W. 

Britt, Severn; Dr. J. Wesley Parker, Jr., Seaboard; C. G. Parker, 

Jr., Woodland 
Board Attorney: E. B. Grant, Jackson 

Superintendent: Roy F. Lowry, Jackson Phone: LE 4-2561 

Express Office: Gumberry 
Supervisors: White: E. J. Bullock, Jackson; Negro: Elizabeth J. Gordon, Rich Square 
Director of Guidance Services: Mebane H. Burgwyn, Jackson 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Leslie W. Bullock, Jackson 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS EI-EM. H.S. 

192 85 TOTAL 

55 42 white: 

1-8 1 Bethany (Portuguese): Osceola T. Crew, Pleasant Hill 

1-12 8 9 Conway : W. F. Pritchard, Conway 1952 1926 

1-12 11 9 Gaston: Joseph W. Lupton, Gaston 1946 1936 

1-12 8 6 Jackson: L. R. Biggerstaff, Jackson 1945 1927 

1-12 8 7 Rich Square: W. R. King, Rich Square 1945 1920 

1-12 7 5 Seaboard: Charles R. Darr, Seaboard 1939 1922 

1-8 4 Severn: Gertrude B. Jordan, Severn 1961 

1-12 8 6 Woodland-Olney: Carl R. Britt, Woodland 1940 1923 

137 43 negro: 

1-8 17 Coates: George W. Jacobs, Seaboard 

1-8 13 Eastside: Loney E. Harrell, Jackson 

1-7 12 Garj'sburg: Shepard S. Moore, Garysburg 

7-12 5 22 Gumberry: L. H. Moseley, Gumberry 1959 

1-4 3 Jonesboro: Gladys V. Hodges, Seaboard 

5-7 3 Margarettsville: Sophia V. Faison, Margarettsville 

1-6 6 Meherrin: Claudia S. Davis, Severn 

1-8 4 Old Gaston: Whitted Williams, Star Route, Roanoke Rapids 

1-6 5 Ransom: R. W. Johnson, Jackson 

1-6 18 Squire: Jasper W. Jones, Gaston 

1-8 12 Woodland Graded: Wilbert L. Dilday, Woodland 

1-12 17 8 Willis Hare: Oscar B. Spaulding, Pendleton 1934 

1-12 22 13 W. S. Creecy: William S. Creecy. Jr., Rich Square 1941 1929 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Jack and Jill: Mrs. R. G. Bowers, Jackson 
Woodland: Mrs. Hazel Long, Severn 



ONSLOW 

Board of Education: Clyde F. Hurst, Chairman, Jacksonville; Basil B. Hurst, Hubert; 

Starkey Shaw, Riehlands; Hosea E. Parker, Jacksonville; Gene C. 

Ennett, Sneads Ferry 
Board Attorney: E. W. Summersill, Jacksonville 

Superintendent: Isham B. Hudson, Jacksonville Phone: 347-3495 

Assistant Superintendents: J. Paul Tyndall, Jacksonville; Ireland S. Upchurch, Riehlands 
Supervisors: White: Mrs. Florence G. Henson, Jacksonville 

Mrs. R. W. Southerland, Wrightsville Beach 
Negro: Mrs. C. L. Hankins, Maysville 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: R. A. Sidbury, Jacksonville 
Public Schools: 

YR. ACCREDITED 
NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 



GRADES TEACHERS 




taught ELEM 


H.S. 


NAME ( 


313 


117 


TOTAL 


244 


95 


WHITE 


1-12 28 


14 


Dixon: 



R. G. Banks, Holly Ridge 1928 

Jacksonville District, Drawer F, Jacksonville, H. P. Honeycutt 



98 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

1-6 21 Blue Creek: Edmund Rublein, Jacksonville 

1-6 25 Northwoods: William Redfearn, Jacksonville 

1-6 27 Thompson : Maynard Dean, Jacksonvill 1960 

1-6 27 Clyde A. Erwin : Earl Henson, Jacksonville 1957 

9-12 42 Jacksonville: E. L. Waters, Jacksonville 1922 

7-8 26 Jacksonville Jr.: Egbert T. Rouse, Jacksonville 

1-12 40 16 Richlands: E. W. Morgan, Richlands 1922 

1-6 25 Swansboro Elem.: Robert E. King, Swansboro 

7-12 8 16 Swansboro High: R. D. Frazelle, Swansboro 1931 

1-12 17 7 White Oak: Allan H. Stafford, Maysville 1928 

69 22 negro: 

1-8 16 Bell Fork: Howard E. Haggler, Box 742, Jacksonville 

1-12 24 22 Georgetown: J. W. Broadhurst, Box 1216, JacksonviUe •1933 

1-8 17 Woodson: Daniel E. Dicks, Richlands 1959 .. 

1-8 12 Silverdale: Corbett L. Hankins, Maysville 1958 

Non-Public Schools: 

1 1 Alpha Grade (First): Mrs. Mary Cameron, 1401-A Marine 

Blvd., Jacksonville Non-Sectarian 

1-8 12 Infant of Prague: Sister Anastasia, JacksonviUe. .Sectarian 

Holy Spirit: Sister Agnes Assisi, Jacksonville. .. .Sectarian 

1 1 Lutheran Day: Lejeune Blvd., JacksonviUe Sectarian 

Federal: 
124 35 Camp Lejeune Schools: W. H. Tuck, Superintendent 

18 Midway Park: George Ezzard, Camp Lejeune 1946 

35 Tarawa Terrace: Margaret Hodgens, Camp Lejeune 1961 

35 High: George W. Durr, Camp Lejeune *1946 

24 Stone Street: Wayne Roberts, Camp Lejeune 

30 Brewster: E. Conrad Sloan, Camp Lejeune 

5 Montford Point: Lois James, Camp Lejeune (Temporary) 

12 Camp Geiger: Harold Martin, Camp Lejeune (Temporary) 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Episcopalian: Mrs. Elizabeth Fulghum, 601 Sioux Dr., Jacksonville 
Lutheran: Sylvia Jenkins, MaysviUe 

Methodist : Mrs. Ann Hayes. 3538 Hungram Dr., Jacksonville 
Presbyterian: Mrs. J. C. Collins, 460 CoUege St., JacksonviUe 



ORANGE 

Board of Education: C. W. Stanford, Chairman, Chapel Hill, Rt. 1; Charles M. Walker, 
Jr., Hillsboro; Delmar Brown, Hillsboro ; J. E. Hawkins, Cedar Grove, 
Dr. Gordon B. Cleveland, Chapel Hill 

Board Attorney: A. H. Graham, Hillsboro 

Superintendent: G. P. Carr, Hillsboro Phone: 3831 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Irene Pender, Cedar Grove 
Negro: Mrs. Clara Jones, Durham 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Joseph E. Latta, Jr., Hillsboro 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

125 53 TOTAL 

73 33 WHITE: 

1-12 6 8 Aycock: Stanley G. Duke, Hillsboro, Rt. 2 1954 1930 

1-6 3 CaldweU: Mrs. Lois Blalock, Rougemont, Rt. 2 

1-6 28 Cameron Park: Ted B. Shoaf, Hillsboro 1957 

1-8 12 Efland: Morrison D. Myers, Efland 1945 

7-12 16 25 Hillsboro: G. A. Brown, Hillsboro 1923 

1-7 7 West Hillsboro: Carston Wagner, Hillsboro 1950 

2 (Not Assigned) 

52 20 negro: 

1-8 17 Cedar Grove: Belton H. Edwards, Hillsboro 1961 

1-12 22 20 Central: A. L. Stanback, Hillsboro 1938 

1-8 11 Efland-Cheeks : J. W. Joyner, Efland 

2 (Not Assigned) 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Patterson's: Mi-s. D. H. Patterson, HiUsboro 

Chapel Hill 

Board of Edxication: Dr. J. Kempton Jones, Chairman, Chapel Hill; Dr. Fred Ellis, Vice- 
Chairman; Grey Culbreth, Mrs. Ross Scroggs, Rev. J. R. Manley, 
Mrs. Helen Allen, Dr. Richard Peters 

Board Attorney: J. Q. LeGrand, Chapel Hill 

Superintendent: Howard E. Thompson, Chapel Hill Phone: 942-5146 

Supervisor: Mrs. Jessie S. Gouger, Chapel Hill 

Cafeteria Supervisor: Mrs. Dorothy VanEgmond, Chapel Hill 



Orange-Pamlico ■■'-- 99 

Attendance Worker: None 

Speech Therapist: Inez Barefoot, Chapel Hill 

Public Schools: ' ' : 

GRADES TEACHERS YK. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCffAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

124 48 TOTAL 

90 36 white: 

1-6 21 „ Carrboro: Klay K. K. Box, Carrboro 1960 

1-6 24 Estes Hills: Mildred M. Mooneyhan, Chapel Hill 1959 

1-6 28 Glenwood : Sarah P. West, Chapel Hill 1957 

7-9 17 14 Chapel Hill Jr. High: Harold G. Hulon, Chapel Hill 

10-12 22 Chapel Hill Sr. High: May Marshbanks, Chapel Hill *1920 

34 12 NEGRO: 

1-6 15 Northside: James H. Peace, Chapel HiU 

1-7 14 Frank Porter Graham: Woodrow W. Edmonds, Chapel Hill.. 

8-12 5 12 Lincoln Jr.-Sr. High: C. A. McDougle, Chapel Hill *1932 

Non-Public Schools: 

1 1 Coney: 21 Oakwood Dr., Chapel Hill Non-Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 
white: 
Baptist Church: University Baptist Church 
Betty Butler Day Nursery: Mrs. Betty Butler, Carrboro 
Chapel Hill: Mrs. A. B. Wettach, 518 E. Cameron Ave. 

Chapel Hill Cooperative Pre-School: Mrs. Wm. P. Tolliver, Purefoy Rd. 
Coney: Mrs. W. Vinton Coney, Oakwood Dr. 
Ding Dong Play: Mrs. Joyce Ward, Mrs. Doris Pilarski, 

Mrs. Edna Pepper, W. Main St., Carrboro 
Frances Lloyd Nursery: 104 Hanna St., Carrboro 
Hilltop Nursery: Mrs. Larry Carroll, 312 McCauley St. 

Jack & Jill Play: Mrs. Yvonne Williams, 101 Hill St. .. 

Lewis Nursery: Mrs. James S. Lewis, Mallette St. 
Little Red Schoolhouse: Mrs. Gradie Cook and Mrs. Auburn Harris, 

Dogwood Dr. 
Nancy's Day Nursery: Mrs. Nancy S. Tempesta, 3 A Williams Cir. 
Mrs. Orgera's Kindergarten: Mrs. A. B. Orgera, 1222 Hillview Rd. 
Storybrook Farms Nursery and Day Care: Mrs. Mary M. Barrett, 

Jones Ferry Rd. 
Thompson: Mrs. Fred B. Thompson, 16 Roger Dr. 
Tiny Tim Day Nursery: Mrs. Nancy Thompson, Durham Rd. 
Victory Village Day Care Nursery: Mrs. Carol Roycroft, 

Mason Farm Rd. 
Mrs. Donna Weir: Ridgefield Dr. 
White Nursery: Mrs. Shelton White, Chase Ave. '" 



PAMLICO 

Board of Education : John E. Harper, Chairman, Ai-apahoe; Bert C. Day, Florence; 

Troy D. Potter, Rt. 1, Bayboro; James A. Tingle, Alliance; J. 

Manson McClees, Oriental: Buell T. Potter, Lowland; Harold W. 

Lloyd, Rt. 1, Box 143, New Bern 
Board Attorney: B. B. Hollowell, Bayboro 

Superintendent: T. J. Collier, Bayboro Phone: SH 5-2261 

Supervisor: Fred A. Anderson, Bayboro 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Emerson I. Smith, Alliance :. 

Public Schools: 

GRADES teachers YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

68 35 TOTAL 

39 23 white: 

1-8 11 Alliance: W. H. Moye. Alliance 1961 

1-8 6 Arapahoe: R. A. Haddock, Arapahoe 1960 

1-8 6 Hobucken: Douglas B. Hunter, Hobucken 1960 

1-8 4 Oriental: Edward D. Thompson, Oriental 1962 

9-12 23 Pamlico County High: M. B. Weaver. Bayboro 1952 

1-8 9 Stonewall: Ottis H. Peele, Stonewall 1955 

1 (All Schools — Speech & Hearing Handicapped, 

Mrs. Mildred M. Sawyer) 

1 (AH Schools — Special Reading, Mrs. Reba M. McClees) 

-i 1 (All Schools — Educable Mental Retarded, Mrs. Lou Anne D. Powers) 

29 12 NEGRO: 

1-8 2 Holt's Chapel: Elbert L. Hopkins, Rt. 1, Oriental 

1-12 27 12 Pamlico Training: Alphonso L. Finch, Bayboro 1936 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 



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PASQUOTANK 

Board of Education: J. H. LeRoy, Chairman, Elizabeth City; Victor B. Morgan, 1509 
West Main Street, Elizabeth City; J. H. Bright, Rt. 5, Elizabeth City; 
Dr. C. D. Johnston, Jr., Elizabeth City; Carroll Brothers, Rt. 1, 
Elizabeth City: W. T. Old, Rt. 3, Elizabeth City; Charles Saunders, 
Rt. 4, Elizabeth City 

Superintendent: J. H. Moore, Elizabeth City Phone: 4988 

Supervisor: Elizabeth Crawford, Medical Building, Elizabeth City 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief School Bus Mechanic : L. H. Flowers, Elizabeth City 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITBD 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

70 21 TOTAL 

37 21 white: 

1-12 22 13 Central : G. W. Davis, Rt. 2, Elizabeth City 1952 1928 

1-7 4 Newland: Mrs. Cora L. Stafford, Rt. 5, Elizabeth City 1954 

1-12 11 8 Weeksville: Milton Sawyer, Weeksville 1951 1925 

33 negro: 

1-8 33 Pasquotank County Elementary: Dr. W. H. Jones, Jr., 

707 Peartree Rd., Elizabeth C-*y 1954 _ 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Elizabeth Cityf 

Board of Education: J. C. Abbott, Chairman, Elizabeth City; H. W. Clinkscales, J. P. 
Kramer, H. A. Graul, Wilson Smith, W. F. Thompson, Dr. J. H. 
Bonner, Russell M. Hull 
Board Attorney: John H. Hall, Elizabeth City 

Superintendent: Ben E. Fountain, Jr., Elizabeth City Phone: 2981 

Supervisor: Ruth A. Hoyle, Elizabeth City 
Attendance Worker: None 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Lydia Sawyer, Camden 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

93 49 TOTAL 

55 27 white: 

7-12 13 27 Elizabeth City: Harry H. Thomas, Elizabeth City 1957*1920 

1-6 34 Sheep-Harney : John N. Turner, Elizabeth City 1952 

1-3 8 J. C. Sawyer: Billy L. Revelle, Elizabeth City 

38 22 negro: 

1-6 9 Annie E. Jones: Andrew H. Williams, Elizabeth City 1955 

7-12 7 22 P. W. Moore: Calvin R. Paige, Elizabeth City ^1929 

1-6 22 Harold L. Trigg: William Allen. Elizabeth City 1965 

Non-Public Schools: 

white: 
1-8 4 St. Elizabeth: Sister Marie Bernard, 

804 W. Main St Sectarian 

negro: 

1-8 3 St. Catherine: Sister Marie Irene, 

605 S. Martin St Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 
white: 
The Elizabeth City Kindergarten: Mrs. J. E. Aydlett, 300 W. Main St. 

negro: 
The Protestant Kindergarten: Mrs. Willie Mae Ashley, 101 Roanoke Ave. 



PENDER 

Board of Education: W. D. Robbins, Chairman, Willard; M. F. Kelly, Atkinson; J. H. 

Sandifer, Rocky Point; J. J. Smith, Hampstead; Dr. W. H. Yonngr, 

Burgaw 
Board Attorney: F. C. Paschall, Burgaw 

Superintendent: B. L. Davis, Burgaw Phone: CL 9-2314 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Beulah C. Farrior, Burgaw, Director of Instruction 



Pender-Perquimans-Person 



101 



Special Subjects: White: Library — Mrs. Elizabeth B. Yates, Mrs. Thelma H. Sutton 
Speech Therapy — Mrs. Emily C. Johnson 
Negro: Library — Mrs. Odella W. Royster, Miss Patrecia E. Johnson 
Speech Therapy — Mrs. Julia K. McCormick 
Guidance Director: Clarence E. Dodgens, Burgaw 
Guidance Counselor: Edward W. H. Kyer, Burgaw 
None 
Robert Herring, Burgaw 



Attendance Worker: 
Chief Bus Mechanic: 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS 
TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. 
126 62 



NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
TOTAL 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEM. H.S. 



1-12 

1-12 

1-8 

1-12 

1-6 

1-12 



57 

7 
19 



34 



16 



white: 

Atkinson : D. G. Shaw, Atkinson 1959 1923 

Burgaw: E. M. Thompson, Burgaw 1939 1920 

Long Creek-Grady: James C. Kincaid, Rocky Mount 1957 

Penderlea: Ottis Honeycutt, Jr., Willard 1942 1938 

Rocky Point: Mrs. Berta M. Barden, Rocky Point _ 

Topsail: W. T. Batchelor, Hampstead 1923 



69 28 negro: 

1-8 7 _. Annandale: R. J. Claybrook, Hampstead 

1-12 14 17 C. F. Pope: C. C. Smith, Burgaw 

1-6 2 _. Lee: Mallie W. Williams, Maple Hill 

1-12 13 11 Pender County Training: F. J. Corbett, Rocky Point. 

1-8 5 Webb: C. A. Dixon, Maple Hill 

1-8 20 _ West Pender: C. C. Cooper, Burgaw, Rt. 2 

1-8 8 WiUard: John H. Battle, Burgaw 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

The Burgaw School: Mrs. Murphy Moore, Burgaw 



1929 



PERQUIMANS 

Board of Education: D. H. Eure, Chairman, Hertford, Rt. 3; Mrs. Mary Onella Brinn, 
Hertford ; G. S. Caddy, Hertford, Rt. 3 ; Joe W. Nowell, Jr., Star 
Rt., Winfall; John Danchise, Hertford, Rt. 1 

Board Attorney: Silas M. Whedbee, Hertford 

Superintendent: John T. Biggers, Hertford Phone: 4341 

Supervisor: Mrs. Margaret Muellen Maston, Hertford 

Supervisor of Music: Caroline Wright, Hertford 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: W. O. Elliott, Hertford ■. . 

Public Schools: 

grades TEACHERS 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S 

62 26 



NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
TOTAL 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEM. H.S. 



28 13 WHITE: 

1-7 10 Hertford Grammar: Thelma Elliott, Hertford 1951 

1-7 15 Perquimans Central Grammar: Thomas Maston, Winfall.. 1951 

8-12 3 13 Perquimans High: E. C. Woodard, Hertford 1951 1925 

34 13 negro: 

1-8 14 King Street Elementary: Dewey Newby, Hertford 1958 

1-12 20 13 Perquimans Union: Joseph A. Dempsey, Winfall 1934 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 



PERSON 

Board of Education: E. E. Bradsher, Jr., Chairman, Roxboro; A. F. Hicks, Timberlake; 
J. E. Hester, Hurdle Mills; John A. O'Briant, Roxboro; Dr. Carl 
Forsyth, Roxboro; Bradsher Gentry, Route 2, Roxboro 
Board Attorney: Richard C. Long, Roxboro 

Superintendent: R. B. Griffin, Roxboro Phone: 5431 

Supervisors: White: Sallie B. Newman, Roxboro; Negro: Lottie Villines, Roxboro 

Director of Guidance and Counseling: Mrs. Blanche Powers, Roxboro 

Guidance Counselor for Negro Schools: Wallace C. Blackwell, Roxboro . ■ 

Library Coordinator for White Schools: Mrs. Hazel C. Breeze, Roxboro 

Library Coordinator for Negro Schools: Mrs. Ruby T. Hester, Roxboro 

Attendance Worker: Earl H. Hall, Roxboro 



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Chief Bus Mechanic: T. J. Crutchfield, Roxboro 
Maintenance Foreman: Coy Thomas, Roxboro 
School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Ruth P. Baker, Roxboro 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

169 74 TOTAL 

100 50 white: 

8 8 Allensville: Thomas O. Gentry, Rt. 2, Roxboro 1943 

12 11 10 Bethel HiU: W. C. Hopkins, Woodsdale 1941 1928 

8 8 Bushy Fork: Burley W. Dunn, Roxboro, Rt. 4 1961 

-12 9 11 Helena: Glen N. Titus, Timberlake 1940 1924 

8 4 Hurdle Mills: Ralph A. Spainhour, Hurdle Mills 1943 

8 8 Mt. Tirzah: Milton E. Windham, Rougemont, Rt. 1 1943 

8 8 Olive Hill: Chuck Klein Oakley, Roxboro, Rt. 1 1953 

Roxboro District, Walter S. Rogei-s, Roxboro 

8 6 Ca-Vel: Lessie V. Chandler, Ca-Vel 1946 

3 11 Central: Marion N. Tillett, Roxboro 1944 

4-8 16 Earl Bradsher: James O. Powers, Roxboro 1954 

4 2 East Roxboro: Mrs. Lois H. Brooks, Roxboro 

-8 7 Longhurst: James R. Weldon, Box 137, Longhurst 1946 

9-12 29 Roxboro: Walter S. Rogers, Roxboro 1925 

1 (Special Ed.) Mrs. Minnie M. Gentry, Roxboro 

1 (Special Ed.) Mrs. Hazel B. Featherston, Roxboro 

69 24 negro: 

1-8 14 North End: William T. Tuck, Roxboro 

1-8 12 Oak Lane: Smith N. Knight, Roxboro 

9-12 24 Person County High: G. L. Harper, Roxboro 1930 

1-8 26 Roxboro: Samuel B. Spencer, Roxboro 

1-8 16 Woodland: Hugh Earl Talley, Roxboro 

1 (Special Ed.) Mrs. Margaret Lunsford, Roxboro 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Long Memorial Methodist Church: Mrs. Jackie Blanks, Main St., Roxboro 
Mebane Memorial Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Pat O. Townsend, 

Lamar St., Roxboro 
Roxboro Baptist Church: Mrs. Rosa Elliott, Roxboro 



PITT 

Board of Education: Jos. S. Moye, Chairman, Greenville; Wm. F. Stokes, Stokes; T. G. 
Worthington, Ayden; G. E. Trevathan, Fountain; E. W. Fleming, 
Grifton, R-1, Box 311 
Board Attorney: W. W. Speight, Greenville 

Superintendent: D. H. Conley, Greenvile Phone: PL 8-1485 

Assistant Superintendent: Arthur S. Alford, Greenville 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Edna E. Baker, Greenville; Elizabeth Edwards, Greenville 

Negro : Carrie P. Bell, Greenville 
AttendaTice Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: L. C. Forlines, Greenville 
Public Schools: 

grades teachers YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 
332 121 TOTAL 

144 67 white: 

1-12 18 8 Ayden: E. N. Warren, Ayden 1952*1920 

1-12 8 8 Belvoir: L. D. LiUey, Jr., Greenville, Rt. 4 1952 1934 

1-12 10 4 Bethel: W. C. Latham, Bethel 1943 1924 

1-12 14 7 Chicod : Kelly Wallace, Greenville, Rt. 2 1940 1931 

1-8 8 Falkland: Charles W. Moye, 1301 Cotton Rd., Greenville 1938 

1-12 20 12 FarmviUe: Sam D. Bundy, Farmville 1939*1941 

1-8 5 Fountain: William C. Wiggins, Fountain 1952 

1-12 17 7 Grifton: E. B. Bright, Grifton 1940 1921 

1-12 8 5 Grimesland: Fenner S. Boyd, Jr., Grimesland 1939 1931 

1-8 10 Pactolus: Willard C. Finch, Pactolus 1939 

1-12 7 7 Stokes: W. Jack Edwards, Stokes 1952 1928 

1-12 19 9 Winterville: Paul J. Clark, Winterville 1939 1920 

188 54 negro: 

1-12 21 13 Bethel Union: E. A. Elliott, Bethel, Box 518 1944 

1-8 15 Bruce-Falkland: Gaston Monk, Bell Arthur 

1-12 11 Grifton: H. R. Reaves, 829 E. Ave., Ayden 

1-12 25 13 H. B. Sugg: Francis H. Mebane, Farmville 1960 1934 

1-6 5 Haddock: Chas. M. Anderson, 801 Bancroft Ave., Greenville 

1-8 6 Nichols: Farney Moore, 608 Tyson St., Greenville 

1-8 9 North Fountain: Eddie L. Smith, 704 Bancroft, Greenville 



Pitt-Polk 103 

1-12 17 7 Pitt County Training: M. Q. Wyche, Grimesland 1938 

1-12 21 10 Robinson: J. W. Maye, 1225 Davenport St., Greenville 1959 1959 

1-8 14 Sallie Branch: Mattie King, 415 Nash St., Greenville 

1-8 5 Simpson: Lafayette Williams, Simpson 

1-12 19 11 South Ayden: J. W. Ormond, 1301 S. Lee St., Ayden 1962 1938 

1-8 20 Stokes: Matthew Lewis, Stokes Elem., Stokes 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Ayden: Mrs. Walter Calhoun, Ayden 

Bethel: Mrs. Esther Roberson, Bethel 

Farmville: Mrs. John MiUer, E. Wilson St., Farmville 

*Totsville Kindergarten and Nursery: Mrs. Sally A. Bland, Farmville 

Greenville 

Board of Education: Dr. E. B. Aycock, Chairman, Greenville; Mrs. A. H. Vandyke, Mrs. 

Herbert Hadley, A. HartweU Campbell, Louis Gaylord, Jr., J. B. 

Kittrell, Jr., J. M. Taft 

Superintendent: Junius H. Rose, Greenville Phone: PL 2-5091 

Director of Instruction: Mrs. EUen L. Carroll, Greenville Phone: PL 2-6189 

Attendance Worker: None 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Louise Rush, 1002 West Third St., 

Greenville Phone: PL 2-4139 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

146 52 TOTAL 

92 37 WHITE: 

1-6 13 Agnes Fullilove: Agnes Fullilove, Greenville 1939 

1-6 21 Elmhurst: Helen D. Wolff, Greenville 1957 

7-8 21 Junior High: Joseph Smith, Jr., Greenville 1960 

1-6 14 Third Street: Charles R. Ross, Greenville 1938 

1-6 20 Wahl-Coates: Rexford E. Piner, Greenville 1939 

9-12 37 Junius H. Rose: Greenville, Guy T. Swain *1920 

3 (All schools — special teachers) 

54 15 negro: 

5-12 22 15 C. M. Eppes: W. H. Davenport, Greenville — — *1928 

1-4 15 Fleming Street: Sadie Saulter, Greenville 

1-7 16 South Greenville: Lena B. Brown, Greenville 1957 

1 (Special teacher) 

Non-Public Schools: 

white: 

1-8 3 St. Raphael: Sister Barbara, 2606 East Fifth St. .. Sectarian ;. 

1-8 1 Greenville Seventh Day Adventist: Corner Edwards and 

E. Tenth St Sectarian 

negro: 
1-8 5 St. Gabriel's: Sister Paschal, 1101 Ward St. Sectarian — — - 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Mimi's: Farmville Hwy., Rt. 2 

Protestant: Mrs. Graham Quinn, Eighth St. 

St. Raphael's: Sister Barbara, East Fourth St. 

♦East Carolina College: Annie Mae Murray, East Carolina College 

Greenville: Mrs. C. D. Smith, 705 East Fourth St. 



POLK 

Board of Education: Glenn York, Chairman, Rt. 1, Tryon; Oliver Taylor, Mill Spring, 
Rt. 1: Edwin C. Leland, Saluda: T. B. Odel, Mill Spring, Rt. 1; 
Hubert McEntyre, Columbus 
Board Attorney: Alfred McNamee, Tryon 

Superintendent: David A. Cromer, Columbus Phone: TW 4-3862 

Express Office: Tryon 
Supervisor: Dorothy L. Brown 
Attendance Worker: C. H. Baucom, Columbus 
Chief Bus Mechanic: T. T. Garren, Columbus 
Public Schools: 

GRADES teachers YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

54 24 TOTAL 

47 24 white: 

1-8 9 Green Creek: H. C. Yeager, Rt. 1. Tryon 

1-8 12 Mill Spring: S. L. Walkowicz, Mill Spring 1940 

9-12 19 Polk Central: Geo. F. Williams, Mill Spring 1960 



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1-12 8 5 Saluda: Henry M. Davis, Saluda 1925 

1-8 11 Stearns: Hoyt D. McEntire, Columbus 1945 

1-8 7 Sunny View: B. T. Gantt. Rt. 2, Mill Spring Z'~." 

7 negro: 

1-8 7 _ Cobb: P. W. WeUmon, Tryon, Rt. 1 

Non-Public Schools: 

1-4 1 _ Seventh Day Adventist: Merlin Wittenberg, 

Columbus Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Tryon 

Board of Education: "W. L. Hague, Chairman: Dr. John Z. Preston, Dr. J. T. Mize, 

John W. Cowan, Ralph Lawrence 
Board Attorneys: McCown, Lavender and McFarland 

Superintendent: W. S. Hamilton, Tryon Phone: UL 2-3075 

Supervisor: Same as county 

Attendance Worker: Hub Thompson, Tryon 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

25 13 TOTAL 

20 11 white: 
1-12 20 11 Tryon: W. S. Hamilton, Tryon 1953 1925 

5 2 NEGRO: 

1-12 5 2 Edmund Embury: Cedric H. Jones, Tryon 

Non^Publie Schools: None 
Nursery arid Kindergarten: None 



RANDOLPH 

Board of Education: R. L. Albright, Chairman, Coleridge; Ernest C. Routh, Franklinville; 
Thomas S. Bouldin, Trinity; Wade H. Harris, Seagrove; G. IJruce 
Pugh, Franklinville, Route 1; Jack P. Shofifner, Liberty; A. A. 
Walker, Asheboro 

Board Attorney: G. Edward Miller 

Superintendent: Lacy M. Presnell, Jr., Asheboro Phone: MA 5-6101 

Assistant Superintendent: William K. Cromartie, Asheboro 

Supervisor: Mary K. Ellis — Barbara C. Rains, Asheboro 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: G. Buford Leach, Asheboro 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

239 118 TOTAL 

215 110 white: 

1-18 18 Archdale, Dennis E. Farlow, Archdale 1957 

1-8 4 Brower: J. P. Burleson, Star 

1-12 9 6 Coleridge: Harold O. Davis, Coleridge 1940 

1-12 16 13 Farmer: J. F. Barrier, Farmer 1926 

1-12 17 8 Franklinville: Y. L. Holland, Franklinville 1926 

1-12 14 9 Grays Chapel: Otus Thomas, Franklinville, Rt. 1 1958 1931 

1-12 15 11 Liberty: Charles Yelverton, Liberty 1923 

1-8 10 New Market: Vernon M. Morrison, Sophia, Box 102 

1-12 14 10 Ramseur: Odell Parker, Ramseur 1956 1923 

1-8 36 ._ Randleman Elementary: Fred Albright, Randleman 

9-12 „ 18 Randleman High: James R. Coggins, Randleman 1924 

1-12 21 13 Seagrove: Gerald Braswell, Seagrove 1928 

1-8 6 Staley: Marvin Gatlin, Staley 

1-8 10 „ Tabernacle: Charles R. Farrell, Jr., Asheboro, Rt. 2 1957 

1-12 26 19 Trinity: T. H. Smith, Trinity 1924 

3 (Librarians, serving all schools) 

24 7 negro: 

1-8 6 _ Trinity Elementary: Rufus F. Luck, Asheboro 

1-12 9 7 Randolph: George D. Vinson, Liberty 1062 1958 

1-8 9 Caveness Elementary: Royland V. Siler, Ramseur 

1 (Librarian, serving aU schools) 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 



Randolph-Richmond 105 

Asheboro 

Board of Education: Frank Edmondson, Chairman, Asheboro; C. E. Hughes, Jr., Wilbert 
Faircloth, James E. Lane, J. A. Lowrance, L. H. Morgan, T. Henry 
Redding, Reitzel Smith, W. David Stedman, Joseph R. Suggs 

Board Attorney: Hugh R. Anderson, Asheboro 

Superintendent: Guy B, Teachey, Asheboro Phone: MA 5-2240 

Assistant Superintendent: Charles H. Weaver, Asheboro Phone: MA 9-9723 

Director of Elementary Instruction: Johnny R. Parker, Asheboro Phone: MA 9-9723 

Attendartce Worker: None 

School Lunch Supervisor: Carl H. Skeen, Asheboro 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

127 66 TOTAL 

113 60 white: 

10-12 35 Asheboro High: Lee C. Phoenix, Asheboro *1920 

8-9 13 14 Asheboro Jr. High: O. V. Harrell, Asheboro 

1-6 15 _ Balfour: Grady King, Asheboro 1951 

7 12 Fayetteville Street: Mae Blackwelder, Asheboro 1951 

1-6 21 Lindley Park: Warren G. Hawkins, Asheboro 1956 

1-6 21 McCrary, Chas. W. : Mrs. Inez Lewallen, Asheboro 1959 

1-6 21 Park Street: Donna Lee Loflin, Asheboro 1938 

2 Randolph Day Center: Beatrice Chrisco, Seagrove 

10 Randolph Industrial Education Center, Robert E. Carey, 

Asheboro 

8 1 (All Schools — Art, Bible, Music, Library, Special Education) 

14 6 negro: 
1-12 14 6 Central: J. N. GiU, Asheboro 1930 

Non-Public Schools: 

1 1 Lester's Learners (1st Grade) : Mrs. F. C. Lester, 

840 Sunset Ave Non-Sectarian _ 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Allred's Play Nursery: Mrs. Lillie C. Allred, 356 E. Salisbury St. 

Asheboro Nursery School: Mrs. Frances I. Poe, 134 N. Elm St. 

Central Methodist: Billie Jo Paisley, 300 S. Main St. 

First Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Jane C. Fox, West Walker Ave. 

Greystone Baptist: Ann Stafford, Shamrock Rd. 

Jack and Jill: Mrs. T. A. Burns, 203 Ridgecrest 



RICHMOND 

Board of Education: Jack W. Land. Chairman, Hamlet: R. L. Ellerbe, Rockingham; 

J. D. Myers, Hoffman; Douglas Thompson, East Rockingham; W. 

Carey Nicholson, Rockingham 
Board Attorney: Hugh A. Lee, Rockingham 

Superintendent: F. D. McLeod, Rockingham Phone: TW 5-4677 

Supervisor: Fletcher A. Freeman, Rockingham 
Attendance Worker: James W. McKenzie, Rockingham 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Bernie C. Mclntyre, Ellerbe 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

119 30 TOTAL 

70 22 WHITE: 

1-8 12 Cordova: Charles R. Williamson, Cordova 1959 

1-12 15 7 Ellerbe: G. B. Lamm, Ellerbe 1959 1923 

1-12 5 2 Hoffman: William Leonard Russell, Jr., Hoffman 1959 1929 

1-8 5 Roberdel: Mrs. Claudia Polk Barrow, Rockingham 1958 

1-12 30 12 Rohanen: Marvin G. Miles, Rockingham 1959 1955 

3 1 (Special teachers) 

49 8 negro: 

1-8 18 _ Ashley Chapel: John H. Mclnnis, Rockingham 1958 _ 

1-8 7 _ Beaver Dam: Walter A. McDaniel, Hoffman 1961 

1-12 17 7 Mineral Springs: S. B. T. Easterling, Ellerbe 1960 1936 

1-8 6 „ Rosenwald: Lee M. Goode, Mt. Gilead 1961 

1 1 (Special teachers) 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 



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Hamlet 

Board of Education: Dr. Ralph B. Garrison, Chairman; David Adeimy, F. E. Campbell, 
Nelson White, Mrs. Hugh O. Queen 

Superintendent: Maylon E. McDonald: Box 1188, Hamlet Phone: 582-3419 

Supervisor: Mrs. Rhonda Dunlap, Hamlet 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

79 37 TOTAL 

48 24 WHITE: 

1-8 9 Fayetteville St.: Ernest R. Sutton, Hamlet 1940 

1-12 15 24 Hamlet Ave.: W. L. Haltiwanger, Hamlet 1940*1920 

1-6 24 Fairview Hgts.: L. H. Williamson, Hamlet 1940 

31 13 negro: 

1-6 13 Capitol Highway: Roland D. Clark, Hamlet 

1-6 10 East Hamlet: Frederick Douglas, Hamlet 

7-12 8 13 Monroe Ave.: J. W. Mask, Jr., Hamlet 1920 

Non-Public Schools: 

Private First Grade: Lottie Stroup, Hamlet .. Non-Sectarian - — — 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Happy Hours: Mrs. L. E. Conner, 117 Bauerfeld 

Margie's Day Nursery: Mrs. J. L. Davenport, Jr., 526 Spring St. 

Week-Day Presbyterian: Mrs. Helen Gibbons, 200 Rice St. 

Rockingham 

Board of Education: John Entwistle, Chairman, Rockingham: Dr. J. M. Stubbs, Worth G. 

Walker, James H. Pittman, Ben T. Smith 
Board Attorney: James D. Blount, Rockingham 

Superintendent: J. E. Huneycutt, Rockingham Phone: TW 5-2155 

Supervisor: Julia MacGregor, Rockingham 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR, ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

69 44 TOTAL 

55 32 white: 

1-6 31 L. J. Bell Elem.: Charles P. Harrill, Rockingham 1953 

1-6 6 Great Falls: James E. G. Sills, Rockingham 1945 

1-8 7 Pee Dee: James O. Leonard, Rockingham 1961 

7-12 11 32 Rockingham High: J. C. Mulkey. Rockingham 1945*1920 

14 12 negro: 

1-12 14 12 Leak Street: J. Clyde Watkins, Rockingham 1961 1927 

Non-Public Schools: 

1 1 Private First Grade: Mrs. Madeline Choplin, 

Rockingham Non-Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Margaret's Day Nursery: Mrs. Margaret Allen, Rockingham 
Kindergarten: Mrs. Elizabeth Duke Terry, Rockingham 
Methodist Week Day Kindergarten: Mrs. Margaret Eisenhart, 

Rockingham 
Sunny Hours: Mrs. Elma W. McNair, Rockingham 



ROBESON 

Board of Education: W. K. Culbreth, Rt. 4, Lumberton; J. G. Sessoms, Rt. 5, Lumberton; 
I. J. Williams, Rex; Steven Stone, Rt. 1, Orrum; W. Albert 
McCormick, Jr., Rowland 
Board Attorney: E. M. Johnson, Lumberton 

Superintendent: B. E. Littlefield, Lumberton Phone: 739-3326 

Assistant Superintendent: Y. H. Allen, Lumberton 
Supervisors: White: Mrs. Emily Britt, Lumberton 

Indian: Mrs. Grace S. Epps, Lumberton; Dorsey V. Lowry, Pembroke 
Negro: Mrs. Ethel T. Hayswood, Lumberton 
Attendance Workers: White: Mrs. Lucy P. Pope, Lumberton 

Indian: Zeb A. Lowry, Pembroke 
Chief Bus Mechanic: G. Lloyd, Lumberton 





72 


33 


1-12 


11 


6 


1-12 


17 


7 


1-12 


14 


7 


1-8 


8 




1-12 


22 


13 



Robeson 107 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR- ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

382 142 TOTAL 

81 44 white: 

1-8 13 Allenton: M. R. Rich, Lumberton 1957 

1-8 5 Barker Ten Mile: Mrs. Jessie H. Britt, Lumberton, Rt. 1 1957 

1-12 6 6 Barnesville: Arnold L. Parker. Orrum, Rt. 1 1955 1932 

9-12 13 Littlefield: George S. Taylor, Jr., Lumberton, Rt. 5 *1956 

1-8 8 Long Branch: J. P. Powers, Lumberton 1951 

1-12 9 9 Orrum: George W. J. Horton, Orrum 1951*1923 

1-12 10 7 Parkton : W. S. Morgan, Parkton 1952 1923 

1-8 5 Philadelphus: Fodie M. Buie, Red Springs, Rt. 2 1956 

1-12 9 8 Rowland: Lewis D. Moore, Rowland 1951 1920 

1-12 4 1 Shoe Heel Creek (Independent): S. M. Bullard, Pembroke.. 

1-8 8 Smiths: J. C. Humphrey, Jr., Lumberton, Rt. 5 1952 

1-6 4 West Lumberton: Mrs. Martha I. Phillips, Lumberton.... 1956 

229 65 INDIAN: 

1-8 16 Ashpole Center: A. G. Spaulding, Rowland, Rt. 2 

1-8 11 Deep Branch: Grady G. Oxendine, Pembroke 1958 

1-12 32 14 Fairgrove: Adna V. Lowry, Pembroke 1954 

1-8 16 Green Grove: Robert Hunt, Pembroke 

1-12 32 15 Magnolia: Frank H. Epps, Lumberton, Rt. 3 1952 1940 

1-8 11 Oxendine: J. E. Cummings, Pembroke 1961 

1-8 29 Pembroke Graded: Albert C. Hunt, Pembroke 1960 

9-12 25 Pembroke High: E. T. Lowry, Pembroke 1940 

1-8 14 Piney Grove: James Brewington, Pembroke 

1-12 20 11 Prospect: Danford Dial, Pembroke 1961 1932 

1-8 10 Rex-Rennert: Bernard Lowry, Pembroke • 

1-8 19 Union Chapel: Barto Clark, Jr., Pembroke 

1-8 19 Union Elementary: Theodore Lowry, Rowland, Rt. 1.... 1961 

negro: 

Hilly Branch: Arlin S. Bryant, Lumberton, Box 32 1938 

Oak Ridge: George Williams, Lumber Bridge 1933 

Proctorville: Robert M. Earl, Proctorville 1961 1955 

Purvis: James O. Scipio, Rowland 1962 

Southside: John A. Gibson, Rowland 1961 1943 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Jack and Jill: Jane C. Locklear, Box 395, Pembroke 
Parkton: Mrs. J. E. McPhaul, Parkton 
Rowland: Mrs. Homer Ward, Rowland 

Fairmont 

Board of Education: M. T. Jordan, Chainnan, Fairmont; P. C. Purvis, A. D. Lewis, 

Jr., W. Linwood Floyd, James R. Oliver 
Board Attorney: David M. Britt, Fairmont 

Superintendent: Joseph H. Wishon, Fairmont Phone: MA 8-4951 

Supervisor: Gladys S. Britt, Fairmont 

Attendance Worker: None 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Gladys Bullock, Fairmont 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

55 25 TOTAL 

23 13 white: 

1-12 19 13 Fairmont: Leon M. McLean, Fairmont 1953*1923 

1-7 4 South Robeson: Bobby L. Rogers, Fairmont, Rt. 2 1961 

32 12 NEGRO : 

1-12 24 12 Rosen wald: E. L. Peterson, Fairmont 1959 1933 

1-8 8 Marietta: Percy E. Shaw, Marietta 1958 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Fisher: Mrs. A. A. Fisher, Trinity St. 

Lumberton 

Board of Education: D. H. Clark, M.D., Chairman, Lumberton; E. A. Sundy, Mrs. Frank 
P. Ward, Knox Bai-nes, Mrs. W. D. Berg, H. M. Cooper, Ingram 
P. Hedgpeth 

Superintendent: L. Gilbert Carroll, Lumberton Phone: REdfield 9-5026 

Business Manager: Boyce Allen, Lumberton 

Supervisor: David W. Rogers, Lumberton 

Speech Therapist: Mrs. Marion Floyd Harrah, Fairmont 

Attendance Worker: Mrs. Marie M. Batts, Lumberton 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Thomas S. Martin, Lumberton 

Public Schools: 



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GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

122 41 TOTAL 

79 28 white: 

7-8 17 Joe P. Moore: Haywood Davis, Lumberton 1940 

9-12 28 Lumberton: William C. Gay, Lumberton *1920 

1-8 17 Janie C. Hargrave: Mrs. Janie C. Hargrave, Lumberton 1958 

1-6 25 Rowland-Norment: Wilton G. Joyner, Lumberton 1952 

1-6 20 Tanglewood: Jennie Carter, Lumberton 1959 

43 13 negro: 

1-12 16 13 J. H. Hayswood: William McK. McNeill, Lumberton 1963 1951 

1-8 27 South Lumberton: George H. Young, Lumberton 1950 

Non-Public Schools: 

white: 

1 1 Presbyterian (First Grade) : Ellen Walden, 

Lumberton Sectarian 

1-8 3 _ St. Francis: Sister Jane Frances, Lumberton. .. .Sectarian 



negro: 

1-8 3 St. Madeline Sophie Mission: Sister Mary Borgia, 

Lumberton Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Chestnut St. Methodist: Mrs. William Buck 
First Baptist: Jo Ann King 
Presbyterian: Esther Taggart 

Maxton 

Board of Education: R. E. Hellekson, Chairman, Maxton; J. R. Hester, E. B. Stanton, 

Carl Gentry, Mrs. J. D. Hagler 
Board Attorney: Andrew G. Williamson, Laurinburg 

Superintendent: David M. Singley, Maxton Phone: 844-5876 

Supervisor: Mrs. Agnes E. Page, Maxton 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

YR. ACCREDITED 
', PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 



GRADES 


TEACHERS 




TAUGHT 


ELEM. 


H.S. 


NAME OF S 




32 


15 


TOTAL 




9 


6 


white: 


1-12 


9 


6 


Maxton: Da 




23 


9 


negro: 


1-12 


23 


9 


R. B. Dean 



id M. Singley, Maxton, Box 608 1952 1923 

B C. McBee, Maxton 1962 1930 

Non-Public Schools: 

8-12 1 4 Carolina Military College : Maxton 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Red Springsf 

Board of Education: Dr. Charles T. Johnson, Jr., Chairman, Red Springs; Robert A. 
McConnaughey, Jr., G. Robert Graham, Bruce Schell, Warren McNeill 

Superintendent: Walter R. Dudley, Red Springs Phone: 843-5115 

Supervisor: Same as for Fairmont 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OP SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

43 21 TOTAL 

20 13 white: 

1-12 20 13 Red Springs: L J. Wicker, Red Springs 1940 *1923 

23 8 NEGRO: 

1-12 23 8 Peterson: J. T. Peterson, Box 271, Red Springs 1940 *1934 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

St. Pauls 

Board of Education: D. C. McEachern, Chairman, St. Pauls; A. G. Hall, Sam Under- 
wood, Mary Ann Regan, Anderson H. Jackson, D. D. Sparkman 
Board Attorney: John B. Regan, St. Pauls 

Superintendent: Marion W. Bird Phone: 865-3901 

Supervisor: Sarah Agnes E. Page, Red Springs 
Guidance Director: Marie M. Malloy, Lumber Bridge 



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I 



Rockingham 109 

Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

53 21 TOTAL 

27 12 white: 

9-12 12 St. Pauls: Richard E. Rogers, St. Pauls *1958 

1-S 27 St. Pauls Elern. : Richard E. Rogers, St. Pauls 1942 

26 9 negro: 

1-12 26 9 St. Pauls: James H. Twitty, St. Pauls 1958 1941 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

St. Pauls: Mrs. Shirley Davis, Old Stage Rd. 



ROCKINGHAM 

Board of Education: Otis Joyce, Chairman, Stoneville; E. C. Merricks, Reidsville; 

Leonard Pryor, Rt. 2, Ruffin; T. W. Pearman, Summerfield, Rt. 1; 

Clay McCollum, Madison 
Board Attorney: Jule McMichael, Reidsville 

Superintendent: J. Allan Lewis, Wentworth Phone: Dickens 9-5112 

Express Office: Reidsville 
Supervisors: White: Sue White, Wentworth; Negro: Clarence Crumpton Watkins, Reidsville 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Woodrow Faulkner, Reidsville 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

149 48 TOTAL 

48 white: 

11 Bethany: J. Curtis Montgomerv, Reidsville, Rt. 4 1956 1925 

Happy Home: John F. Flynn, Ruffin, Rt. 2 1954 

Huntsville: Grady Elwood Stewart, StoneviUe 1954 

Monroeton: L. E. Angel, Reidsville, Rt. 2 1940 

12 Ruffin: J. R. Robbins, Ruffin 1944 ♦1925 

Sadler: James M. Murray, Reidsville, Rt. 7 1951 

13 Stoneville: Elliott G. Bourne, Stoneville 1954 1923 

12 Wentworth: A. W. Hunter, Wentworth 1957 1925 

Williamsburg: Corum S. Smith, Jr., Reidsville, Rt. 1 1946 





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13 


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8 


1-8 


8 


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8 


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8 


1-8 


« 


1-12 


26 


1-12 


17 


1-8 


10 



43 NEGRO: 

1-8 19 Lincoln: Troy L. Williamson, Piedmont St., Reidsville 1953 

1-8 15 Roosevelt: Ed L. Price, Lyle St., Reidsville 1953 

1-8 9 Stone: T. W. Martin, LeaksviUe, Box 363 1953 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Hodgin Memorial: Mrs. N. A. Whicker, Stoneville 

Leaksville 

Board of Education: W. D. Goldston, Jr., Chairman, Leaksville; R. I. Smith, Jr., Clinton 
J. Frank, Zell D. Ford, Welsford Bishopric, Dallas E. Gwynn, Dr. 
Gordon Clarke 
Board Attorney: J. Hampton Price and D. Floyd Osborne 

Superintendent: John Hough, Leaksville Phone: MAin 3-2872 

Supervisors: White: Russell L. Byrd, Secondai-y, Leaksville 

Mrs. Sue B. Honeycutt, Elementary, Leaksville 
Negro: Same as county 
Special Subjects: Music: Mrs. Bessie C. Ray, Leaksville 

Instrumental Music: Robert T. Fleming, Spray 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. A. W. Dunn, Leaksville 
School Lunch Supervisor: Nan B. Preas, Leaksville 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

124 74 TOTAL 

102 65 white: 

1-6 13 Burton Grove: Blanche Norman, Leaksville — 

1-6 7 „ Central Elem.: Wendell Owen, Spray '...'.,''. 

6-9 10 4 Draper Jr.: Lane Presley, Draper 1954 1955 

1-5 13 Draper Elem.: Fred Liner, Draper 1953 

1-6 7 Lakeside: Gwendolyn Hampton, Spray 1940 ... 

7-9 21 10 Leaksville-Spray Jr.: Clyde Pressley, Leaksville 1954 1920 



110 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

1-6 18 Leaksville Graded : Homer J. Vernon, Leaksville , 

10-12 28 Morehead: Wendell Newlin, Spray 

1-6 5 North Spray: J. W. Webster, Spray 

1-6 8 Spray Graded: J. W. Webster, Spray 

23 Industrial Education Center: Lucyan Lada, Spray... 



22 9 negro: 

1-12 22 9 Douglass: J. D. Womble, Box 271, Leaksville 1955*1929 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

First Baptist Church: Mrs. Jack Baker, Greenwood St., Leaksville 
Golden Hour: Mrs. S. L. Golden, 204 Monroe St., Leaksville 
Draper "Y": Mrs. Purdie Hall, Draper 

Madison-Mayodan 

Board of Education: Dalton L. McMichael, Chairman, Madison; W. Cantey Johnson, Ben 

F. Archer, Donald B. Stilwell, Jr., John W. Carter 

Board Attorney: J. C. Johnson, Jr., Mayodan Phone: 9355 

Superintendent: V. Mayo Bundy, Madison Phone: 9855 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Thelma R. Gatling, Madison Phone: 733 

Negro: Clarence Watkins, Madison 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

65 33 TOTAL 

50 23 white: 

9-12 23 Madison-Mayodan Senior: James C. Atkinson, Mayodan.... 

7-8 11 Madison-Mayodan Junior: Richard L. Collins, Jr., Madison 

1-6 16 Elliott Duncan Elementary: Daneel L. le Roux, Madison.... 

1-6 20 Madison Elementary: Charles H. Scott, Madison 

3 (All schools. Music, Library, Guidance) 

1-12 15 10 negro: 

1-12 15 10 Charles Drew: John W. Dillard, Box 232, Madison 1954 1938 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Madison: Mrs. John B. Sealy, Roberta St., Madison 
Mayodan Day Nursery: Mrs. Rilla H. Yates, Mayodan 

Reidsville 

Board of Education: Chas. H. McKinney, Chairman, Reidsville: Dr. C. Hunter Moricle, 

G. W. Apple, Jr.. W. G. Grogan, Sr., J. B. Balsley, Jr., H. D. Knight 
Board Attorney: Wm. F. McLeod, Reidsville 

Superintendent: C. C. Lipscomb Phone: Dl 2-1366 

Supervisors: White: Evelyn M. Kemp, Reidsville; Negro: Clarence C. Watkins, Reidsville 
Special Subjects: Music: James F. Moore, Reidsville; Barbara Anne Worley, Reidsville; 
Larry W. Huffstetler, Reidsville 
Special Education: White — Mrs. Sara P. Setliff, Mrs. Rachel M. Rankin 
Mrs. Harriet W. Abell 
Negro — Mrs. Mary L. Hairston 
Bible — Miss Carolyn Ray 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

Ill 68 TOTAL 

76 33 white: 

1-6 15 Franklin St.: James H. Hardy, Reidsville 1954 

1-6 16 Lawsonville Ave.: J. W. Knight, Reidsville 1942 

1-6 10 North End: Ralph Gillespie, Reidsville 1940 

1-6 19 South End: J. L. Holmes. Reidsville 1956 

7-9 16 8 Reidsville Jr. High: Geo. Wingfield. Reidsville 

10-12 25 Reidsville Sr. High: E. C. Anderson, Reidsville •1920 

35 25 NEGRO: 

1-7 16 Branch Street: Chas. H. Coleman. Reidsville 1951 

1-7 15 N. Scales St.: Ed. M. Townes, Jr., Reidsville 1954 

8-12 4 25 B. T. Washington High: H. K. Griggs, Reidsville *1923 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

First Methodist: Mrs. R. R. Saunders, Jr., Parkway Blvd. 

Happy Days Kindergarten: Mrs. E. R. Watt, Richardson Dr. 

Play School: Mrs. L. M. Watt, Richardson Dr. 

♦Presbyterian Day School: Mrs. Jule Gwyn, 1st Presbyterian Church 



Rowan 111 

ROWAN 

Board of Education: J. F. Harrelson, Chairman, 21G N. Jackson St., Salisbury; R. W. 

Barber, Barber; H. Lamar Trexler, 217 S. Boundary St., Salisbury; 

Lane C. Drye, 319 N. Main St., Landis; S. Page Graham, Cleveland 
Board Attorney: J. Giles Hudson, Sr., Salisbury 

Superintendent: Charles C. Erwin, Box 1348, Salisbury Phone: ME 6-5801 

Assistant Superintendent: Jesse C. Carson, Jr., Box 1348, Salisbury Phone: ME 3-5097 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Geanelda H. Sowers, Mrs. Beatrice Amendola, Box 1348, Salisbury 

Negro: Mrs. D. E. Williamson, Dunbar School, East Spencer 
Attendance Worker: Lois Knox, Box 408, Salisbury 
School Lunch Supervisor: Helen B. Eshelman, Box 1348, Salisbury 
Chief Btis Mechanic: A. D. Evans, Rt. 7, Salisbury 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS VR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

318 199 TOTAL 

257 162 white: ' ' 

1-7 25 China Grove Elem.: John H. Rudisill. China Grove 1940 

8-9 14 China Grove Jr.: Robert P. Lemmon, Jr., China Grove ■ ■ 

1-8 8 Cleveland : C. H. Trexler, Cleveland 1940 

1-8 6 Dukeville: Mrs. Bessie Beck, Rt. 4, Salisbury 1955 

9-12 39 East Rowan: A. Derwood Huneycutt, Rt. 5, Salisbury *1960 

1-8 10 East Spencer: J. W. Huneycutt, East Spencer 1957 

1-6 4 Ellis: Mrs. Vivian Wiseman, Rt. 1, Salisbury 

1-8 13 Faith: Jack D. Walters, Faith 1953 

1-8 32 Granite Quarry: C. L. Barnhardt, Granite Quarry 1952 

1-8 19 Hurley: Mrs. Margaret B. Myers, Rt. 6, Salisbury 1952 

1-7 6 Kizer: Homer A. Clodfelter. Rt. 2, Salisbury 1953 

1-7 31 Landis Elem.: T. F. Bostian, Landis 1955 

8-9 17 Landis Jr.: S. P. Teague, Landis 1924 

1-7 10 Bostian: E. H. Shive, Rt. 2, China Grove 1942 

1-7 13 Enochville: Norris Sherrill. Rt. 3, China Grove 1953 

1-8 7 Morgan: Gary G. Sherrill, Rt. 1, Gold Hill 1922 

1-8 10 Mt. Ulla: Jerry T. Beaver, Mt. Ulla 1938 

9-12 24 North Rowan: J. H. Steelman, Spencer *1959 

1-7 5 Patterson: Robert Hunter, Rt. 1, China Grove 

1-8 23 Rockwell: J. W. Puckett, Rockwell 1940 

10-12 38 South Rowan: H. A. McCreary, Rt. 3, China Grove 1961 

1-8 22 Spencer: Fred L. Holt, Spencer 1940 

9-12 30 West Rowan: Frank Greer, Rt. 1, Mt. Ulla *1960 

1-8 13 Woodleaf: C. W. Harrill. Woodleaf 1952 

61 37 negro: 

1-12 9 8 Aggrey Memorial: J. H. Phillips, Landis 1955 1957 

1-8 4 Bear Poplar: Mrs. Irene Ellis, Bear Poplar 

1-8 3 China Grove: Daniel Partee, China Grove 

1-12 22 19 Dunbar: Ezra Gilliam, East Spencer 1942 1928 

1-8 9 Granite Quarry: C. J. Shuford, Granite Quarry 

1-12 14 10 R. A. Clement: George C. Knox, Cleveland 1950 

Non-Public Schooh: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten : 

First Methodist Church: Mrs. Violet Beaver, China Grove 
Lutheran Church: Mrs. Annie Lingle, China Grove 
St. John's Lutheran: Mrs. Miriam Mauser, Rockwell 
Spencer: Mrs. Vanda Crowell, c/o Spencer School, Spencer 

Salisburyf 

Board of Education: Carroll T. Overton, Chairman; Dr. George F. Busby, Mrs. Ree V. 

Goodman, L. H. Hall. Mrs. James D. Heilig, E. W. Junker, James 

Riddle, B. R. Withers, Jr., J. L. Woodson 

Board Attorney: W. T. Shuford, Salisbury Phone: ME 6-2141 

Superintendent: J. H. Knox, Salisbury Phone: ME 3-0443 

Business Manager: Aubrey L. Atkinson, Jr., SalisbuiT Phone: ME 3-0650 

Supervisor: M. G. Stahl, Salisbury Phone: ME 6-1911 

Attendance Worker: Same as for county 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mary Susan Griggs, Allen School Phone: ME 6-3452 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS , ELEM. H.S. 

124 54 TOTAL 

86 40 white: 

1-6 10 A. T. Allen: Ralph Bostian, Salisbury 1939 

9-12 40 Boyden: J. H. Nettles, Salisbury *1920 

1-6 10 Henderson: Frank B. Shaver, Salisbury 1951 

1-6 20 Frank B. John: R. E. Carmichael, Salisbury 1939 



112 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

1-6 18 Wiley: M. L. Barnes, Salisbury 1939 

7-8 26 Knox Jr. High: H. D. Isenberg. Salisbury *1960 

2 (All Elementary) 

38 14 negro: 

1-6 10 Lincoln: W. G. Jones, Salisburj- 1939 

1-6 20 Monroe Street: W. O. T. Fleming, Salisbury 1939 

7-12 8 14 Price Jr.-Sr. High: S. O. Jones, Salisbury »1929 

Non-Public Schools: 

1 1 Presbyterian Bible: 308 W. Fisher St Sectarian 

1-8 4 Sacred Heart: Sister Mary Irene, 

425 W. Council St Sectarian 

1-8 1 Seventh Day Adventist: Janet Daniels, 

118 W. Henderson St Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

♦First Methodist Church: Mrs. Paul Dunham, 518 Wiley Ave. 

First Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Douglas Cheyne, 228 W. Council St. 

Lucy's: Mrs. James Blanton, 1305 W. Monroe St. 

St. John's Weekday: Mrs. McDonald Wyatt, 712 E. Henderson St. 

St. Luke's Episcopal: Mrs. Lloyd Troxler, 224 Corriher Ave. 



RUTHERFORD 

Board of Education: Beatty L. Bass, Chairman, Rutherfordton; B. E. Holland, Henrietta; 
Dr. E. H. Yelton, Rutherfordton; Mrs. Herbert Crenshaw, Forest 
City: R. C. Hawkins, Cliffside; S. B. Tanner, III, Rutherfordton 
Board Attorney: J. Nat Hamrick, Rutherfordton 

Superintendent: Forrest W. Hunt, Rutherfordton Phone: ME 1-3416 

Assistant Superintendent: Frank M. Dorsey, Forest City 

Supervisors: White: Max Padgett, Forest City; Robert Nelson, Forest City, Rt. 1 

Negro: Mrs. Mattie T. Carpenter, Rutherfordton 
Attendance Worker: Milan H. Ingle 
Chief Bus Mechanic: C. J. Dobbins, Rutherfordton 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR, ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEH. H.S. 

280 127 TOTAL 

237 111 white: 

•8 14 Alexander: Clyde E. Smith, Spindale 

■8 11 Avondale-Henrietta : M. C. Hoyle, Henrietta 

•12 29 Chase: Worth T. Lewis, Harris 1960 

■8 8 Caroleen : R. G. Bridges, Caroleen 1942 

•8 14 _ Cliffside Elem. : H. C. Beatty, Cliffside 1944 

•12 35 East Rutherford High: O. W. Morris, Forest City ♦1962 

•8 6 Bostic: Tom Melton, Bostic 

•5 25 Forest City: Robert W. Gammon, Forest City 1941 

•8 13 Cool Springs: E. V. Seitz, Forest City 1920 

•8 21 Ellenboro: Mike H. Davis, Ellenboro 1944 

■8 8 Gilkey: Adam A. Haynes, Rutherfordton 

■8 8 Green Hill: Arthur Atchley, Rutherfordton, R 

■8 15 Harris: Lionel T. Smith, Avondale 

•8 9 Mt. Vernon: Ray Crawford, Rutherfordton 

•8 6 Oakland: William V. Mayberry, Rutherfordton „. 

•8 10 Ruth: J. H. Mcintosh, Rutherfordton 

Rutherfordton-Spindale: B. F. Maree, Rutherfordton 

■12 40 Rutherfordton-Spindale: C. N. Womack, Rutherfordton ♦1925 

■8 22 Rutherfordton Elem: Herman Green, Rutherfordton 1941 

■8 21 Spindale: Paul H. Huss. Spindale 1942 

•8 10 Sunshine: Edison H. Crowe, Jr., Bostic 

•12 7 Union Mills: John W. Vogler, Union Mills 1930 

43 16 negro: 

9-12 16 Carver: J. O. Gibbs, Spindale *1953 

'-8 18 _ Dunbar: Robert Beatty, Forest City 

-8 19 New Hope: J. J. Spearman, Rutherfordton 

-8 6 _ Samuel D. Proctor: Herbert M. Raper, Henrietta 

Non-Puhlie Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

First Baptist Church: Mrs. Harry Lattimore, W. Main St., Forest City 
Graham's: Mrs. W. T. Graham, 724 E. Main St., Forest City 
Nanney's: Mrs. P. D. Nanney, 220 Pleasant St., Spindale 
St. Francis": Mrs. John Parker, W. Main St., Rutherfordton 



Sampson 113 

SAMPSON 

Board of Education: R. G. Herring, Chairman, Roseboro; Bynum Jackson, Rt. 1, Godwin; 

B. E. Lockamy, Rt. 5, Clinton; J. A. Parker, Rt. 1, Clinton; James 

A. Ezzell, Route No. 1, Magnolia 
Board Attorney: Stewait B. Warren, Clinton 

Superintendent: J. T. Denning, Clinton Phone: LY 2-2191 

Assistant Superintendent: Kenneth R. Newbold, Clinton Phone: LY 2-2191 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Mildred Turlington, Clinton 

Mrs. Annie Mae Sutton, Rt. 1. Faison 
Negro: Mrs. Estelle H. Sampson, Clinton 
Director of Guidance, Counseling & Testing: Elizabeth Pulley, Clinton 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Mary S. Bowles, Clinton 
Chief Bus Mechanic: H. V. McLaurin, Clinton 
Director of Mainte7iance: W. G. Merritt, Clinton 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. KAME Of SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

241 140 TOTAL 

133 89 white: 

1-7 4 Autryville: Mrs. Ethel P. Broome. Autryville 1960 

1-8 15 Salemburg: N. C. Phipps, Salemburg 1957 

9-12 17 Midway: Martin Denning, Dunn, Rt. 5 1960 

1-8 8 Herring: Franklin Sherrill, Rt. 1, Clinton 1955 

1-8 7 Mingo: Oscar M. Kennedy, Dunn, Rt. 1 1959 

1-8 9 Plain View: Graham Stewart, Dunn, Rt. 5 1957 

8-12 2 20 Hobbton: H. H. Simpson, Newton Grove 1957 

1-7 13 Newton Grove- Westbrook: William E. Terry 1955 

1-12 19 20 Roseboro: G. W. Harriett, Roseboro 1955 1922 

1-8 15 Halls: John A. Warren, Clinton, Rt. 5 1958 

1-12 12 9 Clement: H. S. Broome, Autryville, Rt. 1 1957 1928 

1-12 6 7 Garland : Leo Treece, Garland 1932 

9-12 16 Union High: Clinton Ousley, Clinton, Rt. 4 1961 

1-7 16 Union Elem.: W. L. Bridgers, Ingold 1960 

1-8 7 Turkey: John Q. Barefoot, Turkey 1960 

INDIAN : 
1-12 7 4 Eastern Carolina Indian: Alice Marie Locklear, 

Clinton, Rt. 3 1956 

101 47 negro: 

1-8 16 . Bland Elem.: C. C. DeVane, Harrells 1958 

1-12 23 10 Charles E. Perrv: Charles E. Perry, Roseboro 1959 1938 

1-12 21 10 Pleasant Grove: F. E. Wright, Rt. 1, Dunn 1958 1957 

9-12 2 15 Clear Run: Calvin E. Johnson, Garland, Rt. 1 1958 

1-8 15 Garland Elem.: Woodrow W. Carr, Garland 1959 

1-12 24 12 Hargrove: LeRoy L. Smith, Faison, Rt. 2 1958 1958 

Non-Public Schooh: 
9-12 16 Pineland College and Edwards Military Institute: 

W. J. Blanchard, Salemburg Non-Sectarian 1920 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Clinton 

Board of Education: W. M. Johnson, Jr., Chairman, Clinton; Dr. W. W. Kitchin, Clinton; 

Geoi'ge T. Williams, Clinton 
Board Attorney: Edwin E. Butler, Clinton 

Superintendent: E. C. Sipe, Clinton Phone: LY 2-362 ( 

Supervisor: Mrs. Eva B. Packer, Clinton 
Attendance Worker: Mrs. Mary S. Bowles 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

85 38 TOTAL 

49 25 white: 

1-6 23 College Street: Mrs. Gussie D. Parker, Clinton 1939 

7-12 10 25 Clinton: S. W. Caruso, Clinton 1939 1920 

1-6 16 Kerr: Ruth Nester, Clinton 1955 

36 13 NEGRo: 

1-12 18 13 Sampson: O. A. Dupree, Clinton 1926 

1-8 18 Butler Ave.: David L. Robinson, Clinton 1958 

Non-Public Schooh: 

1-8 3 Immaculate Conception (Grades 1-8): Clinton .... Sectarian — - — 

Nursery and Kindergarten : 

Hills: Mrs. Irene Hill, Boney St. 
Mrs. Nell Faison's: Mrs. Nell Faison 
Morrison: Mrs. Macyrine Morrison, McKoy St. 
Wonderland: Mrs. Jean Morrice 



114 Educational Directory ob' North Carolina 

SCOTLAND 

Board of Education: W. G. Shaw, Jr., Chairman, Wagram: J. M. McGregor, Gibson; 

J. L. Morgan, Laurel Hill; J. M. McLaurin, RFD, Laurinburg; H. L. 

McLeod, Jr., RFD 3, Laurinburg 
Board Attorney: Thomas G. Neal, Laurinburg 

Superintendent: J. J. Pence, Laurinburg Phone: CR 6-3743 

Supervisor: Margaret John, Laurinburg 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Hunter C. Murray, Laurinburg 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

108 39 TOTAL 

46 20 white: 

1-12 11 6 Gibson: D. W. Miller, Gibson 1923 I 

1-12 14 8 Laurel Hill: W. R. Bracey, Laurel HiU 1953 1942 } 

1-8 8 Oak Grove (Indian): A. G. Dial, Pembroke 1961 ! 

1-8 4 Sneads Grove: Sam Wright, Laurel Hill 

1-12 9 6 Wagram: C. F. Parker, Wagram 1957 1934 

62 19 negro: 

1-12 14 10 Carver: C. E. McKoy, Box 248, Laurel Hill 1956 1954 

1-8 3 Oak Hill: George F. Gibson. Wagram 

1-8 11 Pate-Gardner: T. V. Williams, Gibson 1961 

1-12 10 90 Shaw : W. L. Brown, Wagram 1957 1964 

1-8 15 South Scotland Elementary: W. T. Gilmore, Laurinburg.... 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Church in the Pines (Presbyterian) : Ruth Shillinglaw, Laurel Hill 

Laurinburg 

Board of Education: Halbert M. Jones, Chairman, Laurinburg; Dr. J. J. Richardson, 
Mrs. Donald McQueen, Bill BuUard, Mrs. Thomas John, J. L. 
Sutherland, Jr. 

Superintendent: A. B. Gibson, Laurinburg Phone: CR 6-0583 

Supervisor: W. H. Coble, Laurinburg 

Attendance Worker: Mrs. Eunice M. Davis, Old X-Way Road, Laurinburg 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YK. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

107 44 TOTAL 

67 27 WHITE: 

1-7 28 Central: Kate A. Mclntyre. McRae St., Laurinburg 1941 

1-7 13 Covington Street: Frances Fletcher, Covington St., 

Laurinburg 1955 

1-8 11 East Laurinburg: John C. Calhoun, East Laurinburg.... 1950 

9-12 2 27 Laurinburg: W. F. Davis, E. Church St., Laurinburg 1945*1920 

1-8 13 North Laurinburg: H. Ray Morgan, Gill St., Laurinburg 1960 

40 17 negro: 
1-12 21 17 I. Ellis Johnson: I. E. Johnson, McGirt Bridge Rd., 

Laurinburg 1960 1924 

1-8 19 Washington Park: Wilbur L. Baker, Caledonia Rd., 

Laurinburg 1957 

Non-Public Schools: 
1-12 7 4 Laurinburg Institute: Frank H. McDuffie, McGirt Bridge 

Rd., Laurinburg Non-Sectarian 1962 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

white: 
First Methodist Church: Mrs. Lawrence Skinner, S. Main St. 
Presbyterian Church: Roberta Coble, W. Church St. 
Waverly Nursery School: Mrs. O. S. Jones, McKay St. 

negro: 
Hallowell- Wellington : L. L. King, 106 Center St. 

STANLY 

Board of Education: Claude E. Teeter, Chairman, Oakboro; Reece McSwain, Rt. 4, 
Albemarle; S. M. Dry, Rt. 1, Box 152, Norwood; David L. Mauney, 
Richfield; Joe E. Jenkins, Stanfield 

Board Attorney: Staton P. Williams, Albemarle 



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Superintendent: James P. Sifford, Albemarle Phone: YUkon 2-2512 

Supervisors: Primary: Mrs. Mary Katherine Barringer, Richfield 

Elementary: Mrs. Joyce L. Reid, Norwood 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Craig J. Smith, Albemarle 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

171 86 TOTAL 

145 80 white: "" 

1-8 13 Aquadale: V. F. Hortcn, Rt. 2, Norwood 

1-8 12 Badin: Robert L. Garmon, Badin 1944 

1-8 10 Endy : F. Stephen Hopkins, Rt. 4, Albemarle 1952 

9-12 28 North Stanly: R. N. Jeffrey, Box 38, New London 1962 

9-12 23 South Stanly: J. M. Robinson, Rt. 1, Norwood 1962 

9-12 29 West Stanly: O. T. Cowan, Rt. 1, Oakboro 1962 

1-8 9 Millingport: Bobby G. Owens, Rt. 3, Albemarle 1939 

1-8 9 Richfield: C. P. Misenheimer, Richfield 1953 

1-8 19 New London: J. F. Turner, New London 1941 

1-8 27 Norwood: M. L. Coggin, Norwood 1944 

1-8 18 Oakboro: Ralph C. Cole, Oakboro 1951 

1-8 12 Stanfield: L. P. Beck, Stanfield 1953 

1-8 6 Ridgecrest: J. M. Dry, Rt. 1, Stanfield 1951 

1-8 10 Locust: N. W. Maples, Locust 

26 6 negro: 

1-8 9 Lake View: B. K. Williams, Norwood 

1-9 5 S. Oakboro: J. L. Thomas, Oakboro 

1-12 12 6 West Badin : G. L. Hines, Badin 1950 

Non-Public Schools: 

1-8 1 Seventh Day Adventist: Pennington Rd., Rt. 3, 

Albemarle Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten : None 

Albemarlef 

Board of Education: R. L. Brown, Jr., Chairman, Ted P. Furr, J. H. Morrow, John M. 
Morrow, C. W. Pickler, H. W. Rogers 

Superintendent: Claud Grigg, Albemarle Phone: 982-4111 

Supervisor: Blanche King, Albemarle Phone: 982-3616 

Attendance Worker: None 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Dillon B. Russell, New London Phone: 982-6614 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ' ELEM. H.S. 

77 52 TOTAL 

68 37 white: 
1-6 19 Central: Robert T. Clark, Albemarle 1950 



1-6 8 East Albemarle: Glen D. Burleson, Albemarle 1955 

7-9 15 12 Junior: Jacob M. Carter, Albemarle 1959 

1-6 12 North Albemarle: J. W. Swaringen, Albemarle 1950 

10-12 25 Senior: H. T. Webb, Jr.. Albemarle *1920 

1-6 9 West Albemarle: John M. Calloway, Albemarle 1952 

1-6 5 (All elementary schools — music, libraries, special education) 

S 15 negro: 

1-12 9 15 Kingville: E. E. Waddell, Albemarle 1952 *1945 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Skidmore: Mrs. James M. Skidmore, 742 Pee Dee Ave. 
Little Red School House: Mrs. Roy Still, Park Rd. 



STOKES 

Board of Educatimi: J. Van Tuttle, Chairman, Pine Hall; W. E. Collins. Westfield; 

Dr. I. A. Booe, King 
Board Attorney: L. H. VanNopp«n, Danbury 

Superintendent: R. M. Green, Danbury Phone: LY 3-7471 

Express Office, Walnut Cove 
Supervisors: Grace T. Rodenbough, Danbury; A. E. Garner, Danbury 

Attendance Worker: R. J. Gibson, Danbury _ ~ 

Chief Bus Mechanic: N. A, Wagoner, Germanton '. . 

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GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 
130 66 TOTAL 

114 58 white: 

Danbury: John H. Seawell, Danbury 

Francisco: L. E. Collins, Westfield 1934 

Germanton: Wade H. Duncan, Germanton 

King: Odell T. Neal, King 1922 

Lawsonville: Eugene A. Lyons, Lawsonville — — 1935 

Nancy Reynolds: C. T. Barbour. Westfield 1955 1931 

Pine Hall: G. C. Castelloe, Pine Hall 1950 1935 

Pinnacle: Charles W. Bishop, Pinnacle 1925 

Sandy Ridge: B. G. Short, Sandy Ridge — — 1935 

Walnut Cove: R. G. Thomas, Walnut Cove 1922 

1 (Special Education Teacher) 

16 8 negro: 

1-7 2 Brown Mountain: Christine H. Jessup, Westfield 

1-12 11 8 London: John li. Hairston, Walnut Cove 1953 

1-8 3 Pinnacle: Nina B. Steele, Pinnacle 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten : None 



SURRYt 

Board of Education: Joe A. Pell, Jr., Chairman, Pilot Mountain; Dr. Joe Folger, Dobson; 

J. F. Cockerham, Rt. 1, Elkin; Cecil E. Ring, Rt. 2, Dobson; C. W. 

Moseley, Mt. Airy 
Board Attorneys: Charles L. Folger, Dobson, and Charles Neaves, Elkin 

Superintendent: J. Sam Gentry, Dobson Phone: FU 6-2235 

Supervisors: Rebecca Allen, Dobson; Mrs. Eva Hine, Dobson 

Guidance Director: Ralph C. Cooke, Jr., Dobson 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Margaret Hemmings, Dobson 

Supervisor of Transportation: R. B. Blackwelder, Dobson 

Chief Bus Mechanic: O. G. Smith, Dobson 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

198 82 TOTAL 

193 82 white: 

14 Beulah: G. M. Robertson, Rt. 3, Mt. Airy 

-8 17 Copeland: H. R. Griffin, Rt. 2, Dobson 

1-12 27 Surry Central: R. O. Lanier, Dobson *1961 

-8 28 Dobson : G. R. Motsinger, Dobson 1956 

-8 15 Mountain Park: J. C. Phillips, Mountain Park 

1-12 31 North Surry: R. O. Poplin, Jr., Rt. 3, Mt. Airy *1960 

-8 8 Lowgap : C. C. Graham, Lowgap 

35 Franklin : J. C. Hiatt, Mt. Airy 1962 

18 Flat Rock: A. P. Phillips, Rt. 2, Mt. Airy 1962 

23 East Surry: J. H. Templeton, Pilot Mountain *196l 

26 Pilot Mountain: W. C. Fletcher, Pilot Mountain 1956 

6 Shoals: O. W. Hauser, Rt. 2, Pinnacle 

12 White Plains: W. E. Reece, White Plains 1956 .... 

10 Westfield: R. B. Gordon, Westfield 

2 (Speech and Hearing — all schools) 

1 (Librarian — Elementary Schools) 

1 (Trainable Program) 

1 (Driver Education — All schools) 

negro: 

1-7 5 Ridge- Westfield : Mrs. Bernice Lowe, Westfield 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Pilot Mountain (Ages 5-6): Mrs. Betty H. Fletcher, Pilot Mountain 



Elkinf 

Board of Education: R. J. Atkinson, Chairman, Elkin; Wade Hampton, J. H. Haynes, 

Claude McNeil, Joe G. Bivins 
Board Attorney: R. Lewis Alexander, Elkin 

Superintendent: N. H. Carpenter, Elkin Phone: 835-4072 

Supervisors: None 

Attendance Workers: None 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Ruth Edwards. Elkin 

Public Schools: in 



Surry- Swain 117 

GRADES TEACHEKS YR. ACCREDITET 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

34 18 TOTAL 

32 18 white: 

1-4 16 Elkin Elementary: Denver Holcomb, Elkin 1953 

&-12 3 18 Elkin: Fred W. RoKers, Elkin -•1924 

5-7 12 North Elkin: F. M. Matthews, Elkin 1958 

1 (All Schools— Trainable) 

1 (All Schools— Educable) 

2 negro: 

1-8 2 Oak Grove: Mrs. O. H. Hauser, Elkin - 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten : 

Transou's: Louise Transou, West Main St. 

Davis': Mrs. W. E. Davis. Oakland Dr. 

Mount Airy 

Board of Education: John B. Wolfe, Chairman: R. B. George, Vice Chairman; S. A. 

Hennis, Jr.. H. B. Rowe, E. J. Flinchum, Mrs. Robert E. Merritt, 

and Mrs. W. E. Lewis 

Superintendent: Bruce H. Tharrington, Mount Airy Phone: STate 6-2563 

Director of Instruction: Robert E. Chilton, Mount Airy Phone: STate 6-4255 

Attendance Worker: None 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Mary A. Browne, Mount Aii-y Phone: STate 6-2918 

Public Schooh: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF .=!CH0OL, PRINCIPAL AND .ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

77 45 TOTAL 

G9 29 white: 

1-6 8 Bannertown: Ivo A. Wortman, Jr., Rt. 1, Mount Airy.... 1952 

9-12 29 Mount Aii->' High: H. M. Finch, 1011 N. South St *1920 

7-8 17 Mount Airy Jr. High: John R. Hamilton, North South St. — — 

1-6 15 North Main: Grace P. Coppedge, North Main St 1953 

1-3 15 Rockford Street: Verona A. West, Rockford St 1953 

4-6 14 South Main: Ruth Minick, South Main St 1953 

8 16 negro: 

1-12 8 16 J. J. Jones: L. H. Jones, Mount AiiT 1941 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Central Methodist Church: 
The First Baptist Church: 
Happy Daze: Mrs. W. L. Holcomb, Springs Rd. 



SWAIN 

Board of Education: C. C. Wright, Sr., Chairman, Bryson City; Mrs. Jim Biggs, Rt. 1, 
Bryson City: Herman Lakey, Rt. 3, Bryson City: W. W. Smith, Rt. 
2, Bryson City: J. A. Sutton, BiTSon City 

Board Attorney: E. B. Whitaker, Bryson City 

Superintendent: T. L. Woodard, Bryson City Phone: 3095 

Supervisor: Mrs. Carrie Abbott, Bryson City 

Attendance Worker: Mrs. Fairie Moore, Bryson City 

Chief Bus Mechanic: L. V. Davis, Biyson City 

Public Schooh: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

53 23 TOTAL 

52 23 white: 

1-8 7 Alarka: R. C. Taylor, Bryson City 1940 . 

1-8 10 Almond: Cowan Wikle, Bryson City 1954 

1-12 27 23 Bryson City: J. A. Rice, Jr., Bryson City 1951 1920 

1-8 8 Whittier: W. H. Crawford, Whittier 1940 

1 negro: 

1-7 1 Bryson City: Thelma Laws, Bryson City 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Federal School: 

Cherokee Indian : Samuel Hyatt, Cherokee 1941 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 



118 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

TRANSYLVANIA 

Board of Education: E. B. Matheson, Chairman, Brevard; Eugene M. Morris, Brevard: 
D. S. Winchester, Rosman: Harry Morgan, Rosman; Thomas E. 
Ramsay, Brevard 

Board Attorney: Ralph H. Ramsey, Jr., Brevard 

Superintendent: C. W. Bradburn Phone: 883-4420 

Supervisor: N. A. Miller, Jr., Brevard 

Guidance Counselor: Juanita Lavender, Brevard 

Attendance Officer: Frank Whitmire, Brevard 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Frank Harmon, Brevard 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUr.HT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRI.NTIPAl. AND ADDRE.'iS ELEM. H.S. 

105 47 TOTAL 

99 47 white: 

1-6 28 Brevard Elementary: Forrest B. Cudd, Brevard 1962 

10-12 26 Brevard Senior: R. T. Kimsiey. Brevard 1923 

7-9 12 8 Brevard Junior: Joseph W. McGuire, Brevard - — — 

1-7 13 Straus: D. G. Dail, Brevard 1958 

1-7 10 Penrose: Therman T. DockeiT. Brevard 1955 } 

1-7 10 Pisgah Forest: Annie May Patton, Brevard 1956 t 

1-12 18 13 Rosman: E. F. Tilson, Rosman 1947 1923 J 

1-8 7 T. C. Henderson: Alonzo L. Warren, Brevard 1959 I 

7 negro: j 

1-8 7 Rosenwald: Ethelyn K. Mills, Brevard J 

Non-Public Schoola: None 

f 
Nnrseri/ and Kivdergarten: 

Happy Day: Mrs. Judson McCrary, Brevard 

Jack & Jill: Mrs. Herman White, Brevard 

Kiddie KoUege: Mrs. Ben Ormand, Brevard 

Kiddie Land: Mrs. Juanita Hutchinson, S. Carver St., Brevard 



TYRRELL 

Board of Education: CoUon Snell, Sr., Chairman, Columbia, Rt. 2; Harvey Davis, 

Columbia, Rt. 2; Elmo Sawyer, Columbia, Rt. 3 
Board Attorney: Sam S. Woodley, Columbia 

Superintendent: M. L. Basnight, Columbia Phonr: 2901 

Express Office: Mackeys 
Supervisor: Non e 
Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Shirley L. Voliva, Columbia 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

29 16 TOTAL 

13 8 white: 

1-12 13 8 Columbia: W. J. Taylor, Jr., Columbia 1940 1925 

16 8 NEGRO: 

1-12 16 8 Tyrrell : L. A. Keiser. Columbia 1933 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 



UNION 

Board of Education: R. F. Beasley, Jr., Chairman, Monroe; Dr. C. C. Burris, Vice 
Chairman, Wingate; James L. Davis, Rt. 1, Waxhaw; Bill F. Howie, 
Rt. 1, Waxhaw; Vernon A. Moore, Rt. 2, Matthews 

Board Attorney: Henry B. Smith, Monroe 

Superintendent: Dan S. Davis, Monroe Phone: ATlantic 3-4514 

Supervisor: Mrs. Cleo Griggs Home, Monroe 

Director of Guidance: Mrs. Myrna H. Hilton, Monroe 

Special Teachers: Mrs. Louise C. Griffin, Elementary Guidance, Monroe 
Mrs. Sara A. Napier, Elementary Librarian, Monroe 

Attendance Worker: Mrs. Clyde M. Collins, Rt. 1, Waxhaw : . ■ ^- ■ . . 



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Chief Bus Mechatiic: R. E. Davis, Monroe 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS VR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS - ELEM. H.S. 

206 98 TOTAL 

161 85 white: 

1-8 5 Altan: Stephen L. Houser, Rt. 4, Monroe 1960 

1-8 8 Fairview: Phillip A. Kennedy, Rt. 7, Monroe 1941 

9-12 25 Forest Hills: J. E. Hogan. Rt. 3, Marshville 1960 

1-8 25 Indian Trail: George R. Rodgers, Indian Trail 1952 

1-8 4 Jackson: Jasper R. Taylor, Rt. 2, Waxhaw 

1-8 21 Marshville: William H. Walters, Marshville 1952 

1-8 9 Mineral Springs: Fred L. High, Mineral Springs 1952 

1-8 y New Salem: E. E. Montgomery, Rt. 2, Marshville 1941 

9-12 21 Parkwood: J. Clayton Purser, Rt. 6, Monroe 1961 

9-12 20 Piedmont: L. J. Gann, Rt. 2, Monroe 1960 

1-8 6 Prospect: Warner R. Moser, Rt. 5, Monroe 1955 

1-8 8 Shiloh: Paul J. Matheson, Rt. 7, Monroe 1960 

9-12 19 Sun Valley: H. K. Overcash, Rt. 7, Monroe 1961 

1-8 15 Union: Lari-y N. McGinnis, Rt. 1, Monroe 1946 

1-8 19 Unionville: James E. Mathis, Rt. 2, Monroe 1942 

1-8 9 Waxhaw: V. O. Jones, Waxhaw 1941 

1-8 4 Weddington: C. Maurice Redfern, Hayne St., Monroe 

1-8 8 Wesley Chap-el: J. Heath Davis. Rt. 6, Monroe 

1-8 11 Wingate: Charles Ray Williams, Wingate 1941 

45 13 negro: 

1-12 22 6 East Union: Talmadge C. Tillman, Rt. 1, Marshville 1958 1955 

1-8 2 Lanev: Odessa Blount, Rt. 4, Monroe 

1-12 21 7 Western Union: John W. Brown, Rt. 2, Waxhaw 1961 1958 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Monroe 

Board of Education: Dr. George G. Oleen, Chairman: Tom Winchester, Co-Chairman; Jake 

Plyler, Hoyle Helms, Jim Huntley, Ralph Owens, A. J. Helms 
Board Attorney: E. Osborne Ayscue, Monroe 

Superintendent: Oscar W. Broome, Monroe Phone: ATIantic 3-6825 

Supervisor: White: Harold C. Funderburk: Negro: None 
Attendan^:e Worker: Mrs. Clyde Collins 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Carolyn Cook, 3().'j S. Main St., Monroe 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YK. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

80 36 TOTAL 

58 26 white: 

1-8 24 Benton Heights: Kenneth ('.. Tilley, Monroe 1941 

1-6 10 East Elem: John Russell McCollum, Monroe 1955 

10-12 19 Monroe Senior High: I. B. Shive, Monroe *1961 

6-9 11 7 Walter Bickett Jr.: James E. Turner, Monroe 1941 1960 

1-5 13 John D. Hodges: William Lloyd Ratliff, Monroe 1941 

22 10 negro: 

1-12 22 10 Winchester Ave.: John D. Chase, Jr., Monroe 1944 1928 

Non-Public Schools: 

1 1 Pi'ivate First Grade: Pageland Rd.. Monroe 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

First Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Hayne Baucom, Church St. 



VANCE 

Board of Education: George T. Wilson, Chaiiman, Henderson, Rt. 5: Douglas C. Breed- 
love, Oxford, Rt. 3; C. B. Baskett, Henderson, Rt. 2; Otho Wright, 
Henderson, Rt. 1; R. C. Young, Raleigh Rd., Henderson 

Board Attorney: Blackburn and Blackburn, Henderson 

Superintendent: J. C. Stabler, Henderson Phone: GE 8-4613 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Christ'e A. Holland, Stonewall Apts., Young Ave., Tenderson 
Negro: Mrs. Ura High Jones, Box 1006, Henderson 

Office Manager: Mrs. W. H. Neathery, Henderson 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: W. B. Royster, Henderson 

Building Maintenance Sujyervisor: M. L. Edwards, Kittrell 



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Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 
102 35 TOTAL 

37 28 white: 

1-12 10 6 Aycock: John H. Newell, Henderson, Rt. 2 1960 1928 

1-12 7 5 Dabney: John L. Honeycutt, Henderson, Rt. 3 — — 1926 

1-12 7 6 Middleburg: E. O. Young, Jr., Middleburg 1949 1928 

1-12 5 4 Townsville: Ralph H. Pegram, Townsville ■ — - 1949 

1-12 8 7 Zeb Vance: Grady I. Carriker. Kittrell. Rt. 1 1953 1926 

65 7 negro: 

1-9 17 3 Carver: Leo M. Hatton, Henderson. P. O. Box 191 1962 

1-9 16 2 Kittrell: Calvin C. PaschaU, Kittrell 1959 

1-9 17 2 New Hope: Andrew R. Howell, Oxford, Box 134 1962 

1-8 7 Nutbush: James R. Barnes, Manson, Rt. 1, Box 38 1962 

1-8 8 Oak Grove: Herman K. Gilreath, Box 14, Oxford 1959 

Non-Public Schools: 

NEGRO : 

11-12 5 Kittrell College: Kittrell, Rt. 1 Sectarian 

Nursery avd Kindergarten: None 



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Hendersonf 

Board of Education: T. W. Ellis, Jr., Chairman; J. Council Pinnell, A. Vernon Perry, 
R. P. Jones, Joel T. Cheatham, Jr., B. A. Hartness, J. C. Folger, 
O. H. Gwynn, and Charles D. Rollins, Henderson 

Board Attorney: Gholson & Gholson 

Superintendent: W. D. Payne, Henderson Phone: GEneva 8-5622 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Virginia P. Waller, Henderson; Negro: Same as for Vance County 

Attendance Worker: None 

B-usiness Manager: Edgar M. Edwards, Henderson 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
119 58 TOTAL 

70 31 white: 

1-6 12 Clarke Street: Sarah D. Boyd, Henderson 1941 

1-8 32 E. M. Rollins: Preston E. Powers, Henderson 1961 

9-12 31 Henderson: Frederick D. Kesler, Henderson *1920 

1-7 9 North Henderson: Charles W. Mason, Henderson 1945 

1-7 9 South Henderson: Wilev B. Parker, Henderson 1953 

1-6 8 West End: Arthur H. Lord, Henderson 1938 

49 27 negro: 

1-6 31 Eaton-Johnson: Sanford E. Williams, Henderson 

7-12 8 27 Henderson Institute: L. E. Spencer, Henderson.... 

1-7 10 Lelia B. Yancey: A. A. Lane, Henderson 

Non-Public Schools: 

white: 
1 1 Private First Grade: Mrs. Alice T. Robards, Gholson Avenue, 

Henderson Non-Sectarian • 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 
white: 
Adam's: Mrs. Doris Adams, Chestnut St. 
Ball's: Mrs. R. G. Ball, Edgewood Dr. 
Little School: Mrs. C. E. Page, Jr., 1060 Hargrove St. 
.Jack & Jill Day Nursery: Mrs. Charles Foster, Yowland Rd. 
Wee Wisdom School: Mrs. Dorothy Cooper Peace, Virginia Ave. 
West End Kindergarten: Mrs. E. G. Glenn, Jr., 906 Chestnut St. 



♦1922 



WAKEf 



Board of Education: C. V. Whitley, Chairman, Zebulon; W. M. Satterwhite, Wake 

Forest; Henry R. Adams, Gary; Mrs. John Q. Adams, Willow Springs; 
Harry E. Stewart, Raleigh 

Board Attorney: Mordecai, Mills & Parker, Raleigh 

Superintendent: Fred A. Smith, Box 6526, Raleigh Phone: 832-5505 

Assistant Superintendents: Aaron E. Fussell, Box 6526, Raleigh Phone: 832-5505 

Thomas M. Grimes, Box 6526, Raleigh Phone: 828-3173 

Guidance Director: Frank G. Sullivan, Box 6526, Raleigh Phone: 828-3173 



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Supervisors: White: Mrs. Katherine J. Revell; Morris C. Brown, 

Box 6526, Raleigh Phone: 834-2280 

W. C. Stephenson, Box 6526, Raleigh Phone: 832-2594 

Negro: Mrs. Caesarea D. Debnam; Mrs. Leona B. Daniel, 

Box 6526, Raleigh Phone: 834-2280 

Supervisor of Buildings and Grotinds: Edwin D. Ellington, Box 652G, 

Raleigh Phvne: 832-5411 

Business Office Manager: Robert L. Massey, Box 6526, Raleigh Phone: 832-5411 

Bookroom Manager: Rudolph G. Ofcharik, Box 6526, Raleigh Phone: 832-1871 

Attendance aTid Lunchroom Supervisor: Mrs. Ola P. Mitchell, 

Box 6526, Raleigh Phone: 832-2594 

Industrial Education Director: Dr. Kenneth M. Wold, Box 6526, Raleigh .. Pfecme : 833-5316 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Clifton Brinson, Raleigh Phone: 832-6141 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

568 251 TOTAL 

374 186 white: 

1-12 20 15 Apex: M. A. Quick, Apex 1939 1922 

Gary District: Paul W. Gooper, Gary 

9-12 34 Gary High: Samuel Arbes, Gary 

1-8 54 Gary Elementary: Carl A. Mills, Gary 

1-7 16 Swift Greek: J. M. Smith, 5601 Holly Springs Rd., Raleigh 

1-6 15 Effie Green: J. S. Collins, Rt. 1, Raleigh 

1-12 30 21 Fuquay Springs: E. N. Farnell, Fuquay Springs 

9-12 35 Garner District: D. W. Sanders, Garner 

1-8 49 Garner Elementary: H. Douglas Hall, Garner 

1-7 7 Mt. Auburn: Mrs. Rosalie C. Upchurch, Rt. 2, Raleigh 

1-8 10 Vance: Corbett G. Stewart, Rt. 3, Raleigh 

1-6 26 _ Vandora Springs: P. Marshall Long, Garner 

1-8 7 G;-een Hope: Mrs. Blanche B. Edwards, Rt. 1. Morrisville 

1-12 21 11 Knightdale: J. E. Hudson, Knightdale 

1-12 33 19 Millbrook: Felix B. Williams, Millbrook 

1-12 14 9 Rolesville: Goyte G. Lanier, Rolesville 

1-12 26 16 Wake Forest: R. H. Forrest, Wake Forest 

1-12 21 15 Wakelon : James C. Hawkins, Zebulon 

1-12 16 10 Wendell: Ronald D. Berry, WendeU 

1-8 9 Willow Springs: H. E. Rose, Willow Springs 

9-12 1 (Various Schools— Band ) 

194 65 negro: 

1-12 26 10 Apex : Namon M. McMillan, Apex 

1-8 10 Carver: James E. Speed, Box 666, Wendell 

1-8 12 Gary: Edward F. Rayford, Box 306, Gary 

1-12 24 10 DuBois: Thomas J. Culler, Wake Forest 

1-12 23 12 Fuquay Springs: W. M. McLean, Fuquay Springs 

1-12 26 10 Garner: C. J. Barber, Garner 

1-8 12 Holly Springs: Raymond Perry, Holly Springs 

1-8 16 Jeffreys: M. G. Batey, Rt. 6, Raleigh 

1-12 18 7 Lockhart: R. Herndon Toole. Box 187, Knightdale. 

1-8 -- " ■ - - - -- - - 

1-12 



11 Riley Hill: Richard L. Barfield, Rt. 2, Wendell. 

15 14 Shepard: G. L. Crews, Box 68, Zebulon 

1 2 (Various Schools — Music & Guidance) 

Non-Public Schools: Kone 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Bunn's: Mrs. Howard Bunn, Zebulon 

Methodist Church: Mrs. Portia Banks, Garner 

Presbyterian Week-Day School: Mrs. Joyce Farley, Gary 

Rideoutt: Mrs. R. L. Rideoutt, Garner 

Southeastern Baptist Seminary: Mrs. Arnot, Wake Forest 

Mrs. Tilley's: Mrs. Tilley, Fuquay Springs 

Wiggins: Mrs. Wiggins, Wake Forest 

Wooten: Helen Wooten, Wendell 



Raleigh 

Board of Education: W. G. Enloe, Chairman; Maurice P. Thiem, Mrs. J. L. Stough, 
J. W. York, Lewis H. Powell, V. E. Fisher, F. J. Carnage 

Superintendent: Jesse O. Sanderson, Raleigh Phone: TE 3-1961 

Assistant Superintendent: Conrad L. Hooper, Raleigh 
Director of Instruction: Robert A. Pittillo, Jr., Raleigh 
Business Manager: R. T. Gregson; Asst. Bus. Mgr. : H. A. Helms, Raleigh 
Supervisors: Negro: Mrs. Dorothy P. Goodson, Raleigh 
White: Mrs. Jean S. Edwards, Raleigh 
Special Subjects: Libraries — Mrs. Mary Peacock Douglas, Raleigh 
Music — Arnold Penland. Raleiprh 

Attendance Workers: White: Mrs. Helen H. Barrett; Negro: Robert T. Young 
School Lunch Director: Mrs. Frances Ferrell; Asst. Director: Mrs. Doris Story 



122 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Public School: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

493 200 TOTAL 

353 150 white: 

1-6 11 _ A. B. Combs: Stuart Thompson, Raleigh 1961 

1-6 15 Aldert Root: Richard Craddock, Raleigh 1962 

1-6 8 Barbee: Mrs. Madeline Bradford, Raleigh 1958 

1-6 6 Boylan Heights: Mrs. Louise B. Blanton, Raleigh 1939 _ 

1-6 20 Clarence Poe: Mrs. William S. Hicks, Raleigh 1958 

1-6 5 Eliza Pool: Mrs. Julia M. Grady, Raleigh 1950 

1-6 20 Emma Conn: Russell M. Jefferson, Raleigh 

1-6 24 Frances Lacy: Mrs. Francis Peele, Raleigh 1958 

1-6 17 Fred A. Olds: Warren Anderson, Raleigh 1952 

7-9 25 9 Hugh Morson Junior: R. J. Procter, Raleigh 1939 1920 

7-9 31 19 Josephus Daniels Junior: J. H. Melton, Raleigh 1957 1957 

1-6 20 „ J. Y. Joyner: Cornelius Swart, Raleigh 1957 

7-9 24 12 LeRoy Martin Junior: Robert L. Hawkins, Raleigh 1960 1960 

1-6 16 Longview Gardens: Mrs. Louise C. Wall, Raleigh 1958 

1-7 19 _ Mt. Vernon-Goodwin : D. B. Chandler, Raleigh 1953 

1-6 14 _ Murphey: Lynn C. Kerbaugh, Raleigh 1939 _ 

1-6 25 _.... Myrtle Underwood: Virginia Kirkpatrick, Raleigh 1953 

10-12 79 Needham B. Broughton: Joseph Q. Holliday, Raleigh •1920 

1-6 15 Sherwood-Bates: Mrs. Will Sanders, Raleigh 1954 

1-6 14 Wiley: Mrs. Barbara M. Worthington, Raleigh 1960 

7-11 9 31 William G. Enloe: George Kahdy, Raleigh 1962 

15 (Various schools — Music, librarians, speech, art) 

140 50 negro: 

9-12 10 Berry O'Kelly Senior High: W. D. Moore, Method 1923 

1-6 20 Crosby-Garfield: Mrs. N. Evans Lockhart, Raleigh 1952 

7-12 18 37 J. W. Ligon, Jr.-Sr. High: H. E. Brown, Raleigh •1927 

1-6 21 Lucille Hunter: W. W. Hurdle, Raleigh 1950 

1-6 12 Mary E. Phillips: Mrs. Alma T. Williams, Raleigh 1962 

1-8 8 Oberlin: Mrs. Lillian B. Abron, Raleigh . 

1-6 12 Thompson: Mrs. Minetta B. Eaton, Raleigh 1962 

1-9 83 8 Washington : J. W. Eaton, Raleigh . 

1-8 10 William H. Fuller: Alfred C. Perry, Raleigh 

6 (Various schools — Music, librarians, speech, art) 

Non-Public Schools: 

white: 
9-12 4 Cardinal Gibbons Memorial: 3301 Western Blvd., Sectarian 1939 

Milner Memorial Presbyterian Day Sectarian 

■ Oak Lawn Christian: 80n N. Bloodworth St. Sectarian 

1-8 6 Our Lady of Lourdes: 2710 Crabtrce St Sectarian 

11-12 Peace College Preparatory: 15 E. Peace St Sectarian •1927 

1-8 1 Raleigh Seventh Day Adventist: 208 St. Mary's St., Sectarian 

1-6 8 Ravenscroft: 616 Tucker St Sectarian 

1-8 4 Sacred Heart: 204 Hillsboro St Sectarian 

11-12 29 Saint Mary's Junior College: 900 Hillsboro St., Sectarian ^1920 

1-4 6 Saint Timothy's Day: Six Forks Rd Sectarian 

1-3 2 Mrs. Shelly's Primary: 810 Chamberlain Rd. Non-Sectarian 

1 1 Temple Baptist Church Day: 1417 Clifton St Sectarian _ 

1 1 „ White Memorial Presbyterian Day: 

1704 Oberlin Rd Sectarian 

negro: 

1-8 6 _. Saint Monica: 1111 New Bern Ave Sectarian 

Direct State Support: 

white: 

School for the Blind: T. E. Stough, Raleigh, Non-Sectarian *1923 

negro: 

School for the Blind and Deaf: M. H. Crockett, 

Raleigh Non-Sectarian 1962 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Colonial Heights: 5918 Woodcrest Dr. 

Elmwood Little Child School: 1525 Can- St. 

Forest Hills Baptist Church: 3110 Clark Ave. 

Mrs. Fouraker's: Mrs. R. S. Fouraker, 601 Brooks Ave. 

*GIenwood Village Junior: Mrs. T. E. Williamson, Glenwood Village 

•Hayes-Barton Methodist Church: Mrs. Betty R. Johnson, 

2205 Fairview Rd. 
Highland Methodist Church: Mrs. C. C. Scarborough, 1901 Ridge Rd. 
Longview Methodist Church: Mrs. Mae Moore, 2313 Milburnie Rd. 
Milner Memorial: Mrs. Georgia Leggett, 1950 New Bern Ave. 
Our Savior Lutheran: Mrs. Tom Buff alow, 711 Aycock St. 
Pam's Playschool: 717% W. Jones St. 
Pony Club: 300 Anderson Dr. 

♦Raleigh Pre-School, Inc.: Mrs. Charlotte Barnes, 1401 Duplin Rd. 
Ravenscroft: Fother Rosenthal, 616 Tucker St. 
St. John's Baptist: Mrs. Frank Kennedy, 1615 Oberlin Rd. 



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St. Mark's Methodist Church: Six Forks Rd. 

St. Michael's: Mrs. Carroll Mann, Jr., 1520 Canterbury Rd. 

St. Timothy's School: Mrs. George Hale, Six Forks Rd. 

Temple Baptist Church: Mrs. Clarence M. Keith, 1417 Clifton St. 

*West Raleigh Presbyterian Church Week Day School: 

Mrs. Virginia W. Webb, Vanderbilt and Home Sts. 
Western Blvd. Presbyterian Church: Lorimer Rd. 

♦White Memorial Presbyterian: Mrs. Myrtle F. Fisher, 1704 Oberlin Rd. 
Wynnewood Park Methodist Church: Mrs. Leva Richie, 2700 Avent 

Ferry Rd. 



WARREN 

Board of Education: E. R. Davis, Chairman, Warrenton, Rt. 3; S. H. Massey, Jr., 
Warrenton; R. C. Gupton, Warrenton, Areola Rural Sta.; G. E. 
Harvey, Littleton; W. Boyd Mayfield, Norlina, Rt. 1 

Board Attorney: Frank Banzet, Warrenton 

Superintendent: J. R. Peeler, Warrenton Phone: 268-1 

Express OflBce: Warren Plains 

Supervisor: Calvin C. White, Warrenton ' ' ' 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: E. W. Shearin, Warren Plains . . ..'.'.. 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YB. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS • ELEM. H.S. 

150 66 TOTAL 

44 27 white: • • ; 

Afton-Elberon: Katherine D. Mustian, Warrenton 

John Graham : Thomas J. Brown, Warrenton 1942 1920 

Littleton : James M. Smith, Littleton 1946 1920 

Macon : Bennie L. King, Macon 

Norlina: W. O. Reed, Norlina 1949 1922 

NEGRO : 

Af ton : McCarroU Alston, Warrenton 

Axtell: Mrs. Mary D. Hodges, W^arrenton 

Bethlehem: Mrs. Louise Haywood, Warrenton 

Burchett: Mrs. Ada H. Waller, Norlina, Rt. 2 

Coley Spring: Mrs. Lucy E. Ramsey, Rt. 2, Box 180, Macon „ 

Cool Spring : Lucious Hawkins, Warrenton 

Hecks Grove: O. H. A. Hawkins, Warrenton _ 

John R. Hawkins: J. E. Byers, Warrenton 1929 

Mayflower: Mrs. Eunice Y. Joyner, Warrenton 

Northside: L. B. Henderson, Warrenton 

Stony Lawn : J. A. Robinson, Warrenton 

Vaughan: James I. Bridgers, Vaughan 

North Warren: G. H. Washington, Box 97, Wise 192B 

haliwa: 

Haliwa: H. J. Deese, HoUister, Rt. 1 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Harris Kindergarten: Mrs. Grace Harris, Warrenton ' ^ 

Yancey Kindergarten: Mrs. Sam Yancey, Norlina 

Warren Cooperative Day School: Mrs. AUen Tucker, Warrenton 



1-6 


3 




1-12 


13 


11 


1-12 


11 


7 


7-8 


5 




1-12 


12 


9 




98 


37 


1-6 


2 




1-6 


2 




1-4 


1 




1-5 


3 




1-7 


3 




1-7 


3 




1-8 


5 




1-12 


20 


20 


1-6 


2 




1-7 


17 




1-7 


3 




1-8 


20 




1-12 


17 


17 




8 


2 


1-12 


8 


2 



WASHINGTON 

Board of Education: Sidney J. Hassell, Chairman, Roper; John R. Stillman, Creswell; 

Gordan A. Chesson, Roper; Mrs. K. S. Trowbridge, Plymouth; 

W. R. Owens, Plymouth 
Board Attorney: Bailey and Bailey, Plymouth 

Superintendent: S. D. O'Neal, Plymouth P/ione: SWan 3-4812 

Supervisor: Mrs. Gale W. Lucas, Plymouth 

Guidance Director: Dalton L. Finch, Jr., Plymouth 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic : Carl Lewis Mathews, Plymouth 

Public Schools: . ' , . 

GRADES TEACHERS 
TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. 

98 41 



NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 
TOTAL 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEM. H.S. 



48 25 white: 

1-12 12 7 Creswell: R. B. Cobb, Creswell 1953 1924 

9-12 _ 18 Plymouth : V. J. Colombo, Plymouth 1923 



124 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

1-8 8 Roper: Dallas C. Ayers, Roper 1953 

1-8 28 Washington Street: C. A. Hough, Plymouth 1958 

50 16 NEGBO: 

1-8 7 Creswell: P. W. Littlejohn, Creswell 1062 

1-8 21 Fourth Street: A. R. Lord, Plymouth 1958 

1-12 22 16 Washington County Union: E. V. Wilkina, Roper 1960 1938 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 



WATAUGA 

Board of Education: Dr. Charles Davant, Jr., Chairman, Blowing Rock; D. Grady 

Moretz, Jr., Boone; H. W. Mast, Jr., Valle Crucis 
Board Attorney: Wade E. Brown, Boone 

Superintendent: W. Guy Angell, Boone Phone: Sugar Grove, COlony 7-2841 

Supervisor: Mrs. Dessa Mae Edmisten, Boone 
Attendance Worker: None 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Roy Moretz, Boone 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. U.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

98 51 TOTAL 

95 50 white: 

1-8 26 Appalachian: John T. Howell, Boone 1957 

9-12 24 Appalachian: Roy R. Blanton, Boone *1920 

12 7 5 Bethel: Clyde S. Greene, Sugar Grove 1960 1933 

12 9 7 Blowing Rock: Everett M. Widener, Jr., Blowing Rock... 1959 1929 

8 13 Cove Creek Elem.: Edward Black, Sugar Grove 1960 

12 14 Cove Creek: Carl Fidler, Sugar Grove 1925 

8 14 Parkway: James A. Greene, Boone 1958 

8 11 Green Valley: John D. Marsh, Boone 1954 

8 7 Mabel: W. Howard Love, Zionville 1958 

8 8 VaUe Crucis: E. B. Fox, Jr., Valle Crucis 1956 

1 (Special Education) 

2 1 NEGRO : 

1-12 2 1 Watauga Consolidated: Walter E. Henderson, Boone ■ 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Boone: Mrs. Robert Sneed, 432 Grand Blvd., Boone 



WAYNE 

Board of Education: Elton Aycock, Chairman, Goldsboro; Luby R. Casey, Rt. 5, Goldsboro; 

S. Moseley Davis, Mt. Olive; A. Worth Aycock, Fremont; Mrs. C. B. 

Strickland, Rt. 2, Goldsboro 
County Attorney: Fred P. Parker, Jr., Goldsboro 

Superintendent: R. S. Proctor, Goldsboro Phone: RE 5-4331, Ext. 16 

Assistant Superintendent: Thomas M. Benton, Goldsboro Phone: RE 5-4331, Ext. 16 

Supervisors: White: Mrs. Mozelle R. Gurley, A. R. Anderson, Mrs. Alice G. Loftin, Irene E. 

Lewis, Lacy A. Rogers, P. O. Box 544, 

Goldsboro Ph<me: RE 5-4331, Ext. 16 

Negro: Mrs. Virginia H. Green, Leroy Borden, P. O. Box 544, 

Goldsboro Phone: RE 5-4331, Ext. 16 

Chief Bus Mechanic: Hubert Lewis, Goldsboro 

School Maintenance: Johnny Pelt, Goldsboro 

School Lunch Supervisor: Mrs. Ruth B. Minton, Goldsboro 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

303 127 TOTAL 

201 89 white: 

1-8 13 Belfast: Mrs. R. S. Proctor. Rt. 6, Goldsboro 1940 

1-12 21 10 Brogden : Lewis J. Outlaw, Jr., Dudley 1951 1929 

9-12 26 Chas. B. Aycock: Jerry D. Paschal, Pikeville 1961 

1-8 9 Eureka: Benjamin F. Currin, Eureka 1939 

1-12 16 10 Grantham: Eugene Morris, Rt. 1, Goldsboro 1940 1936 

7-9 12 4 Greenwood: William H. Davis, Rt. 3, Goldsboro 

1-8 36 Meadow Lane: William C. Sanderson, Rt. 3, Goldsboro 

1-12 26 12 Mt. Olive: Harry J. Archer, Jr., Mt. Olive 1952 1920 

1-8 9 Nahunta: Newman Lewis, Rt. 2, Pikeville 1940 

1-12 24 12 New Hope: J. S. King, Rt. 4. Goldsboro 1941 1938 



Wayne 125 

1-8 10 Pikeville: R. C. RusseU, PikeviUe '. 1939 

1-12 15 8 Rosewood: Thurman K. Holmes, Rt. 5, Goldsbcro 1953 1924 

1-12 10 7 Seven Springs: Mark H. Herring, Jr., Seven Springs 1953 1926 

102 38 negro: 

1-8 9 Barnes: Francis L. Larkin, Rt. 5, Goldsboro 1958 

1-12 34 16 Carver: Grover C. Hawley, Mt. Olive 1957*1927 

1-12 19 9 Central: W. M. Reinhardt, Rt. 4, Goldsboro 1959 1938 

1-8 15 Dudley: E. A. Brown, Dudley 1958 

1-12 25 13 Norwayne: James H. Carney, Rt. 2, Fremont 1960 1947 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Fremont 

Board of Education: James L. Bruton, Chairman; R. L. Stevenson, Vice Chairman; 

G. Glenn Aycock, Junius A. Evans, George A. Hicks, Nathan L. 

Newsome, and James E. Peacock 
Board Attorney: B. F. Aycock, Fremont 

Superintendent: Lindsay C. Robinson, Fremont Phone: 24 2-3581 

Supervisor: None 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

YK. ACCREDITED 
NAME OF .SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 



L. C. Robinson, Fremont 1953 1920 



GRADES 


TEACHERS 




TAUGHT 


ELEM. 


H.S 


NAME 




15 


7 


TOTAL 




10 


7 


w^hite: 


1-12 


10 


7 


Fremont: 




5 „ 




negro: 



1-3 5 Friendship: Edith H. Dickerson, Fremont „. 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Fremont: Mrs. Irene Hooks 

Goldsboro 

Board of Education: Lloyd M. Fonvielle, Chairman, Goldsboro; James C. Crone, Lindsay 
Warren, Jr., E. Thomas Franklin, Mrs. W. A. Shepherd, Jr., William 
H. Boyer, Mrs. Frank Remsburg, Harry Muir, Jr., Dr. Con T. 
McDonald 

Board Attorney: Dees, Dees, & Smith, Goldsboro 

Superintendent: N. H. Shope, Goldsboro Phone: RE 4-0561 

Supervisors: White: Hilda Davis Sutton, Goldsboro; Negro: Gertie Farmer Wilds, Goldsboro 
Buildings: Woodrow W. Barden, Goldsboro 

Busineea Assistant: L. E. Davenport, Goldsboro 

Guidance Coordinator: Hal K. Plonk, Goldsboro 

Industrial Education Center: H. B. Monroe, Goldsboro 

Special Education: Elizabeth Ann Bordeaux, Goldsboro 

Lunchroom Supervisor: Bessie Coalson, Goldsboro 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

taught ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

165 94 TOTAL 

83 61 white: 

1-6 15 Edgewood: Rosina Pittman, Goldsboro 1952 

10-12 35 Goldsboro: C. W. Twiford, Goldsboro *li»20 

7-9 13 26 Goldsboro Jr.: Harry S. Howard, Goldsboro 1957 1957 

1-5 10 Virginia Street: Harvey L. Davis, Jr., Goldsboro 1939 

1-6 32 William Street: Louise Dowtin, Goldsboro 1939 

1-6 13 Walnut Street: Margaret Marley, Goldsboro 1939 

82 33 negro: 

9-12 33 Dillard: John H. Wooten, Goldsboro n926 

1-6 30 East End: Walter A. Foster, Goldsboro 1959 

7-8 19 Elm Street Jr.: Clayton K. Harris, Goldsboro 1962 

1-6 17 Greenleaf: A. C. Crowder, Jr., Goldsboro 1955 

1-6 16 School Street: Charles I. Bland, Goldsboro 1958 

Non-Public Schools: 

1 1 Protestant: Mary Moore Sectarian 

St. Stephen's Episcopal: Jones St Sectarian 

1-8 8 St. Mary's: Sister M. Pulcheria Sectarian — — 



126 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

Nursery artd Kindergarten: 

First Baptist Church: Rosa Spruill 

First Christian Church: Mrs. Margaret Bennett 

First Presbyterian Church: Mrs. N. H. Sbope 

Mrs. Todd's: Mrs. W. C. Todd, 707 Elm St. 

Protestant School: Mary Moore, 204 E. Chestnut St. 

St. Luke's Methodist Church: Mrs. Neal Seegars 

St. Mary's Catholic School 

Second Baptist Church: Mrs. G. Bryan Sutton 

Sunrise Nursery & Kindergarten: Mrs. Gurley, 1508 E. Ashe St. 

WILKES 

Board of Education: R. T. Chatham, Chairman, Elkin; Clyde Beshears, N. Wilkesboro; 

R. R. Smoak, Wilkesboro 
Board Attorney: Larry S. Moore, N. Wilkesboro 

Superintendent: C. B. EUer, Wilkesboro Plione: 838-5332 

Express Office: North Wilkesboro 
Assistant Superintendent: John V. Idol, Wilkesboro 
Supervisors: J. Van Caudill, Wilkesboro; Mrs. Edna S. Bivens, North Wilkesboro; Mrs. 

Martha H. Glass, Wilkesboro 
AtteTidance Worker: None 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Joe Pearson, Wilkesboro 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUQHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

TOTAL 

white: 

Austin : Conrad C. Holcomb, Elkin 

C. C. Wright: Rex Whittington, Millers Creek, Rt. 1 

Boomer: Harlon O. Greene, Boomer 

Ferguson : Wm. J. Underwood, Ferguson 

Moravian Falls: John T. Tugman, Moravian Falls 

Mulberry: Kenneth D. Greene, N. Wilkesboro, Rt. 1 

Fairplains: E. J. Canter, Moravian Falls, Rt. 1 

West: E. Hal Greene, Jr., N. Wilkesboro, Rt. 4 1957 

Millers Creek: M. A. Cowles, Millers Creek 1952 

Mount Pleasant: Robert M. Hartzog, Ferguson 

Union Elementary: W. T. Staley, N. Wilkesboro, Rt. 4 

Union Township: Rex Yates, Millers Creek 

North : P. W. Gregory, Hnys 1958 

Mountain View: Troy Huskey, Hays 1962 

Traphill: Max G. Hamby, N. Wilkesboro „ 

East District: O. M. Profflt, N. Wilkesboro, Rt, 2 

East: David P. Thurman, Ronda 1955 

Benham : Jeter L. Haynes, Elkin 

Clingman: David Johnson, Ronda 

Pleasant Ridge: James W. Holcomb, State Road 

Roaring River: T. C. Orsborne, N. Wilkesboro. Rt. 2 

Pleasant Hill: J. J. Anderson, N. Wilkesboro 

negro: 

Lincoln Heights: E. V. Dacons, Wilkesboro 1927 

Thankful: John Barber, North Wilkesboro _ 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

North Wilkesboro 

Board of Education: Edward S. Finley, Chairman; Dr. James Mills, Max Ferree, Lewis 

Hill Jenkins, Weaver Starr, Dr. R. E. Lewis 
Board Attorney: J. H. Whicker, Jr., North Wilkesboro 

Superintendent: J. Floyd Woodward, North Wilkesboro Phone: 838-2872 

Supervisors: Mrs. Edna S. Bivens, J. Van Caudill, North Wilkesboro 
Attendance Worker: None 
Public Schools: 

YR. ACCREDITED 
AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 



C. Cleetwood, North Wilkesboro *1920 

Shaw, North Wilkesboro 1953 _ 





256 


76 




243 


65 


1-8 


3 




1-8 


14 




1-8 


6 




1-8 


7 





1-8 


10 




1-8 


20 




1-8 


12 




9-12 




26 


1-8 


23 




1-8 


16 




1-8 


16 




1-8 


8 




9-12 




20 


1-8 


27 




J-8 


12 





1-12 


10 


19 


1-8 


4 




1-8 


6 




1-8 


6 




1-8 


13 





1-8 


6 






13 


11 


1-12 


11 


11 


1-7 


2 






GRADES 
TAUGHT 


TEACHERS 
ELEM. H.S 


NAME OF SCHOOL, PRIN 




29 


42 


TOTAL 




24 


42 


WHITE: 


9-12 . 
1-8 


"'24 _ 


42 


Wilkes Central: Dr. C. 
N. Wilkesboro: C. A. 


1-8 


5 .. 
5 . 





negro: 
Woodlawn: Milton J. 



Ingram, North Wilkesboro. 



Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

First Presbyterian Church: Mrs. Robert Berry, Wilkesboro 
First Methodist Church: Mrs. Ira D. Payne, North Wilkesboro 



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WILSON 

Board of Education: J. N. Whitley, Chairman, Stantonsburg; Dr. Badie T. Clark, Wilson; 

L. A. Renfrew, Lucama ; S. H. Tyson, Stantonsburg ; L. C. Barnes, 

Kenly 
Board Attorney: Gardner, Connor, and Lee, Wilson 

Superintendent: H. D. Browning, Jr., Wilson Phone: 243-3256 

Supervisors: White: Elizabeth Kirby, Lucama, Rt. 1 

Negro: Mrs. Clara B. Hicks, Box 206, Wilson 
Attendance Worker: None 
Chief Bus Mechanic: Elton High, Wilson 
Guidance-Counselor: C. B. Honeycutt, Wilson 
Director of OperatioTis: O. L. High, Jr., Box 503, Wilson 
Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

134 67 TOTAL 

78 44 white: 

1-8 5 Lamms: C. A. Boswell. Wilson, Rt. 2 1951 

1-12 9 9 Lee Woodard: R. S. Swain, Black Creek 1950 1924 

1-12 12 10 Lucama: J. P. Humphrey, Lucama 1950 1920 

1-6 3 Sims: W. R. Walker, Sims 1950 

1-6 3 Bullocks: Mrs. Evelyn Boykin, Bailey, Rt. 1 1950 „ 

1-6 3 „ Buckhorn : A. O. Folk, Kenly. Rt. 3 1950 

1-8 7 _ New Hope: Mrs. Bessie B. Thompson, Rt. 1, Wilson 1944 

1-8 11 Gardners: Ed T. Gentry, Elm City, Rt. 3 1947 „ 

1-12 8 13 Rock Ridge: J. L. Johnson, Wilson, Rt. 3 1947 1923 

1-8 11 Stantonsburg: S. P. Hunt, Stantonsburg 1947 

9-12 12 Saratoga Central: J. D. Kirby, Saratoga _. 1929 

1-6 4 St. Marys: T. R. Ainsley, Lucama, Rt. 1 1951 

56 23 negro: 

1-12 28 12 Speight: R. W. Snowden, Wilson, Rt. 3 1954 1954 

1-12 28 11 Springfield: R. E. Vick, Lucama, Rt. 1 1954 1954 

Non-Public Schools: None 

Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Elm Cityf 

Board of Education: T. A. McClees, Chairman, Elm City; W. G. Sharpe, Dr. E. V. 
Maynard, Dr. R. H. Putney, Jr., J. M. Braswell, G. W. Gardner, 
Frank M. Page, Harry R. Helmer, Fred T. Cobb, Mrs. T. W. Cobb 

Superintendent: J. T. Odom. Jr Phone: CE 6-4340 

Supervisor: Same as for county 

Attendance Worker: None 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS ;. : YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

42 23 TOTAL 

16 11 WHITE: 

1-12 16 11 Elm City: Kenneth D. Hall, Elm City 1951*1924 

26 12 negro: 

1-12 26 12 Frederick Douglass: Robert A. Johnson, Elm City 1957 1943 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 

Wilson 

Board of Education: George H. Adams, Chairman; R. E. Kirkland, Jr., B. B. Plyler, 
Jr., G. C. Vick, Jr., Mrs. E. B. Jordan, Dr. E. C. Neeland, Mrs. 
D. S. Walston 

Board Attorney: Lucas, Rand, and Rose, Wilson 

Superintendent: G. S. Willard, Wilson Pfcowe: 243-4151 

Supervisors: White: John R. Walters, Jr., Wilson; Negro: Alice B. Green, Wilson 

Attendance Worker: Negro: Obra J. Hawkins, Wilson 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEM. H.S. 

206 76 TOTAL 

112 50 white: 

6-9 23 14 Chas. L. Coon: Roscoe A. Eller, Wilson 1949 1949 

10-12 36 Fike Senior: W. Willard Woodard, Wilson *1920 

1-7 15 _ Hearne: Sadie W. Vinson, Wilson 1938 



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1-7 24 Wells: Wm. Irvin Dickens, Wilson 1955 

1-6 28 Winstead : T. A. Gray, Wilson 1940 

1-6 15 Woodard : Ethel M. Bynum, Wilson 1951 

7 (All schools — special teachers) 

94 26 negro: 

1-6 11 Adams: John E. Dixon, Wilson 1962 

1-7 17 Barnes: Carl W. Hines, Wilson 1962 

7-12 15 26 Darden : E. M. Barnes, Wilson 

1-7 29 Elvie St.: Milton M. Daniels, Wilson 1952 

1-7 16 Vick: John M. Miller, Jr., Wilson . 

6 (All schools — special teachers) 

Non-PubUc Schools: 

1 1 Wilson Council of Churches (First grade): Mrs. Jessie Kelly, 

Wilson Sectarian 

1 Tabernacle Baptist (First grade) : Mrs. Otis R. Holmes, 

Wilson Sectarian 

1-8 3 St. Therese Catholic : Wilson Sectarian 

1-8 1 Wilson Junior Academy: 404 Woodard St. Sectarian 

negro: 

1-8 4 St. Alphonsus Catholic: Carroll St Sectarian 

Nursery and Kindergarten: 

Beland's: Mrs. O. B. Beland, Jr., 1008 W. Lee St. 
Lutheran: Mrs. Patricia Warren, Vance and Rountree Sts. 
Pegrgy Lane: Mrs. Peggy Lane 
Wilson Council of Churches: Mrs. Jessie Kelly 



YADKIN 

Board of Education: A. V. Shore, Chairman, Boonville: Harold J. Steelman, Vice- 
Chairman, Yadkinville: Lindbergh W. Swaim, Jonesville; W. H. 
Poindexter, Jr., East Bend; Leon F. Thomasson, Hamptonville 

Board Attorney: Wade M. Hobson, Yadkinville 

Superintendent: Fred C. Hobson, Yadkinville Phone: 679-2981 

Express Office: Crutchfield 

Supervisor: None 

Director of Guidance: John L. Madison, Yadkinville 

Attendance Worker: None 

Speech Therapist: Mrs. Lucille T. Williams, Yadkinville 

Chief Bus Mechanic: P. H. Long, Yadkinville 

Driver Training: Gilven G. Angell, Hamptonville; Herbert C. Moretz, Jr., Hamptonville 

Public Schools: 

GRADES TEACHERS YR. ACCREDITED 

TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS ELEH. H.S. 

132 77 TOTAL 

123 71 white: 

1-12 17 12 Boonville: Albert Martin, Boonville 1960 1922 

1-12 12 8 Courtney: R. B. Matthews, Yadkinville 1951 1929 

1-12 11 11 East Bend: Ralph J. Smitherman, East Bend 1924 1928 

1-8 11 Fall Creek: Troy A. Matthews, East Bend 1952 

1-8 5 Forbush: Kenneth Matthews, East Bend 

1-12 25 13 Jonesville: D. Reece Shugart, Jonesville 1957 1929 

1-12 20 11 West Yadkinville: C. C. Wright. Hamptonville 1936 

1-12 21 14 Yadkinville: R. P. Buchanan, Yadkinville 1955 1924 

9 6 negro: 

1-12 9 6 Yadkin County: B. T. McCallum. Boonville 1957 1957 

Non-Public Schools: None 
Nursery and Kindergarten: None 



YANCEY 

Board of Education: R. A. Radford, Chairman, Cane River; C. Wintz Mcintosh, Rt. 3, 
Burnsville; Floyd Miller, Rt. 4, BurnsviUe; Royce L. Howell, Burns- 
ville; J. L. Robinson, Micaville 

Board Attorney: C. P. Randolph, Burnsville Phone: MU 2-2212 

Superintendent: Hubert D. Justice, Burnsville Phone: MU 2-2126 

Supervisor: Ethel Boone, Burnsville 

Attendance Worker: None 

Chief Bus Mechanic: R. A. Harris Phone: MU 2-2167 

PubUc Schools: 



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TAUGHT ELEM. H.S. NAME OF SCHOOL, PRINCIPAL AND ADDRESS 

95 41 TOTAL 



93 41 white: 

16 Bald Creek: Jack Mcintosh, BalJ Creek 

18 Burnsville: Edgar F. Hunter, Jr., Burnsville 

20 Cane River: Robert F. Peterson, Rt. 3, Burnsville. 
11 Clearmont: Vernie R. Wilson, Rt. 1, Burnsville. 

4 Pensacola: Dawson G. Briggs, Burnsville 

15 Bee Log: Ernest J. Banner, Burnsville 

21 East Yancey: Woodrow M. Anglin, Burnsville... 
20 Micaville: Garrett D. Anglin, Micaville 

9 South Toe: Monroe Mcintosh, Rt. 5, Burnsville... 



YR. ACCREDITED 
ELEH. H.S. 



1-8 

1-8 

9-12 

1-8 

1-8 

1-8 

9-12 

1-8 

1-8 

2 negro: 

1-8 2 Oak Crest: Maggie P. Brown, Burnsville 

Non-Public Schools: 

1-8 1 Higgin's Seventh Day Adventist, Burnsville, Rt. 4, Box 62. 

Nuraery and Kindergarten: None 



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ALPHABETICAL INDEX 
PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS 

WHITE 



School — Unit 

Aberdeen — Moore 

Acme-Delco — Columbus 

A. C. Reynolds — Buncombe 

Ahoskie — Hertford 

Alamance — Guilford 

A. L. Brown — Kannapolis 

Alexander Graham Jr. — 

Mecklenburg-Charlotte 
Alexander Graham Jr. — 

Fayetteville 
Alexander Jr. — 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg 
Allen Jay — Guilford 
Anderson Creek — Harnett 
Andrews — Andrews 
Angier — Harnett 
Anson — Anson 
Apex— Wake 
Appalachian — Watauga 
Arlington Jr. — Gastonia 
Asheboro — Asheboro 
Asheboro Jr. — Asheboro 
Ashe Central — Ashe 
Ashley — Gastonia 
Asheville Orthopedic — 

Buncombe 
Atkinson — Pender 
Atlantic — Carteret 
Aulander — Bertie 
Aurelian Springs — Halifax 
Aurora — Beaufort 
Aycock — Greensboro 
Aycock — Orange 
Aycock — Vance 
Ayden— Pitt 
Bailey — Nash 

Bain — Charlotte-Mecklenburg 
Bandys — Catawba 
Barnsville — Robeson 
Bartlett Yancey — Caswell 
Bath — Beaufort 
Bear Grass — -Martin 
Beaufort — Carteret 
Beaver Creek — Ashe 
Belmont — Gaston 
Belwood — Cleveland 
Belvoir — Pitt 
Benhaven — Harnett 
Benson — Johnston 
Bennett — Chatham 
Ben venue — Nash 
Berea — Granville 
Bessemer — Guilford 
Bessemer City Central — 

Gaston 
Bethany — Rockingham 
Bethel — Cabarrus 
Bethel — Haywood 
Bethel— Pitt 
Bethel — Watauga 
Bethel Hill— Person 
Bladenboro — Bladen 
Blowing Rock — Watauga 
Bolivia — Brunswick 
Boone Trail — Harnett 
B'jonville — Yadkin 
Bowman— Mitchell 
Boyden — Salisbury 
Brevard Sr. — Transylvania 
Brevard Jr. — Transylvania 
Broad Street — Burlington 
Broadway — Lee 
Brogden — Wayne 
Brogden Jr. — Durham 
Bryson City — Swain 
Buies Creek — Harnett 



School — Unit 

Bunker HiU — Catawba 
Bunn — Franklin 
Bu rgaw — Pender 
Burns-Fallston — Cleveland 
Burns-Polkville — Cleveland 
Camden County — Camden 
Cameron — Moore 
Cane River — Yancey 
Cannon Jr. — Kannapolis 
Canton — Canton 
Cape Hatteras — Dare 
Carthage — Moore 
Carr Jr. — Durham 
Casar — Cleveland 
Gary Sr. — Wake 
Celeste Henkel — Iredell 
Central — Cumberland 
Central — Davidson 
Central — Greensboro 
Central — Iredell 
Central — Pasquotank 
Cerro Gordo — Columbus 
Chadbourn — Columbus 
Chadbourn (I) — Columbus 
Chapel Hill Jr.— Chapel Hill 
Chapel Hill Sr.— Chapel Hill 
Chas. B. Aycock — Wayne 
Chares L. Coon — Wilson 
Chas. D. Owen — Buncombe 
Chase — Rutherford 
Chatham Central — Chatham 
Cherry ville — Cherryville 
Chestnut St. — New Hanover 
Chicod— Pitt 
China Grove Jr. — Rowan 
Chocowinity — Beaufort 
Chowan — Chowan 
Claremont Central — Hickory 
Clarkton — Bladen 
Clayton — Johnston 
Clement — Sampson 
Cleveland — Johnston 
Clinton — Clinton 
Clyde — Haywood 
Clyde A. Erwin — Buncombe 
Coats — Harnett 
Cobb Memorial — Caswell 
Cochrane Jr. — 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg 
Coleridge — Randolph 
Colerain — Bertie 
College Park Jr. — Hickory 
Collettsville— Caldwell 
Columbia — Tyrrell 
Concord — Concord 
Contentnea — Lenoir 
Conway — Northampton 
Cool Spring — Iredell 
Coopers — Nash 
Corinth-Holders — Johnston 
Coulwood Jr. — 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg 
Courtney — Yadkin 
Cove Creek — Watauga 
Crabtree — Haywood 
Cramerton — Gaston 
Cranberry — Avery 
Crest — Cleveland 
Creswell — Washington 
Crossnore— Avery 
Curry — Greensboro 
Dabney — -Vance 
Dallas — Gaston 
Dalton Jr. — Winston-Salem 
David Millard Jr. — Asheville 
Davie County — Davie 



School — Unit 

Deep River — -Lee 

Deep Run— Lenoir 

Denton — Davidson 

Dixon — Onslow 

D. Matt Thompson — 
Statesville 

Dover — Craven 

Draper Jr. — Leaksville 

Drexel — Burke 

Dunn — Harnett 

Durham — Durham 

East — Forsyth 

East— Wilkes 

East Bend — Yadkin 

East Davidson — Davidson 

East Duplin — Duplin 

Eastern Carolina (Ind.) — 
Sampson 

Eastern — Alamance 

East Henderson — Henderson 

East Hyde — Hyde 

East Mecklenburg — 
Charlotte-Mecklenburg 

East Montgomery — 
Montgomery 

East Rowan — Rowan 

East Rutherford — Rutherford 

East Southern Pines — 
Southern Pines 

East Surry — Surry 

East way Jr. — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 

East Yancey — Yancey 

Edneyville — Henderson 

Edward Best — Franklin 

Elise — Moore 

Elizabeth City— Elizabeth City 

Elizabethtown — Bladen 

Elkin — Surry 

Ellerbe — Richmond 

Elm City— Elm City 

Enfield — Halifax 

Enka — Buncombe 

Epsom — Franklin 

Erwin — Harnett 

Evergreen — Columbus 

Fair Bluff — Columbus 

Fairgrove (Ind.) — Robeson 

Fairmont — Fairmont 

Farm Life — Craven 

Farmer — Randolph 

Farmville— Pitt 

Fayetteville Sr. — Fayetteville 

Ferndale Jr. — High Point 

Fike Sr.— Wilson (City) 

Fines Creek — Haywood 

Forest Hills— Union 

Four Oaks — Johnston 

Francisco — Stokes 

Franklin — Macon 

Franklinton — Franklinton 

Franklin ville — Randolph 

Fred T. Foard — Catawba 

Fremont — Fremont 

Fuquay Springs — Wake 

Gamewell — Caldwell 

Garinger — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 

Garland — -Sampson 

Garner District— Wake 

Gaston — Northampton 

Gates County — Gates 

George Hildebran — Burke 

George R. Edwards Jr. — 
Rocky Mount 

Gibson — Scotland 



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School — Unit 

Gibsonville — Guilford 
Gillespie Park — Greensboro 
Glen Alpine — Glen Alpine 
Glendale — Johnston 
Glenn — Forsyth 
Glenville — Jackson 
Glenwood — McDowell 
Gold Sand— Franklin 
Goldsboro — Goldsboro 
Goldsboro Jr. — Goldsboro 
Graham — Alamance 
Grainger — Kinston 
Grandview Jr. — Hickory 
Granite Falls — Caldwell 
Grantham — Wayne 
Gray Sr. — Winston-Salem 
Grays Chapel — Randolph 
Gray's Creek — Cumberland 
Greene Co. Central — Greene 
Greenwood — Lee 
Greenwood — Wayne 
Grier — Gastonia ;. ■' 

Griffith— Forsyth 
Grifton— Pitt 
Grimeeland^Pitt 
Grimsley — Greensboro 
Guilford— Guilford 
Haliwa (H) — Warren 
Hall Fletcher Jr. — Asheville 
Halkboro — Columbus 
Hamlet Ave. — Hamlet 
Hanes Jr. — Winston-Salem 
Hanes Sr. — Winston-Salem 
Happy Valley — Caldwell 
Harding — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 
Harmony — Iredell 
Harrellsville — Hertford 
Harris — Mitchell 
Harrisburg — Cabarrus 
Hartsell — Cabarrus 
Havelock — Craven 
Hawk-Eye (I)— Hoke 
Hawthorne Jr. — 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg 
Hayesville — Clay 
Helena — Person 
Henderson — Henderson ( City ) 
Hendersonville — Henderson- 

ville 
Herbert Spaugh Jr. — 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg 
Hiawassee Dam — Cherokee 
Hiddenite — Alexander 
Hilderbran — Burke 
Highfalls — Moore 
Highlands — Macon 
High Point Central — 

High Point 
Hill Jr. — Winston-Salem 
Hillsboro — Orange 
Hobbton — Sampson 
Hoffman — Richmond 
Hoke County — Hoke 
Holbrook — Gaston 
Holton Jr. — Durham 
Hope Mills — Cumberland 
Horace Sisk Jr. — Fayetteville 
Hot Springs — Madison 
Hudson — Caldwell 
Hugh Morson Jr. — Raleigh 
Huss — Gaston 
Industrial Ed. Center — 

Asheboro 
Industrial Ed. Center — 

Asheville 
Industrial Ed. Center — 

Burlington 
Industrial Ed. Center — 

Davidson 
Industrial Ed. Center — 

Gastonia 
Industrial Ed. Center — 

Leaksville 



School — Unit 

Industrial Ed. Center — 
Winston-Salem 

Jackson — Northampton 

Jackson Jr.— Greensboro 

Jacksonville — Onslow 

James Kenan — Duplin 

Jamesville — Martin 

Jasper — Craven 

John A. Holmes — Edenton 

John A. Wilkinson — Beaufort 

John Graham — Warren 

John Nichols — Oxford 

Jonesboro Hgts. — Sanford 

Jones Central — Jones 

Jonesville — -Yadkin 

Jordan-Matthews — Chatham 

Josephus Daniels Jr. — 
Raleigh 

Junior — Albemarle 

Junior — Mooresville 

Junior — Shelby 

Junior-Senior — Roanoke 
Rapids 

Junius H. Rose — Greenville 

Kenly — Johnston 

Kernersville — Forsyth 

King — Stokes 

Kings Creek — Caldwell 

Kings Mountain — Kings 
Mountain 

Kiser Jr.- — Greensboro 

Knapp — Currituck 

Knightdale— Wake 

LaFayette — Harnett 

La Grange — Lenoir 

Lake Forest — New Hanover 

Landis Jr. — Rowan 

Lansing — Ashe 

Lattimore — Cleveland 

Laurel — ^Madison 

Laurel Hill— Scotland 

Laurinburg — Laurinburg 

Lawsonville — Stokes 

Leaksville-Spray Jr. — 
Leaksville 

Ledford — Davidson 

Lee H. Edwards — Asheville 

Lee Woodard — Wilson 

Leland — Brunswick 

Lenoir — Lenoir (City) 

LeRoy Martin Jr. — Raleigh 

Les Maxwell (I) — Cumber- 
land 

Lexington Sr. — Lexington 

Liberty — Randolph 

Lillington — Harnett 

Lincolnton — Lincolnton 

Lindley Jr. — Greensboro 

Littlefield — Robeson 

Littleton — Warren 

Louisburg — Franklin 

Lucama — Wilson 

Lucy C. Ragsdale — Guilford 

Lumberton — Lumberton 

Madison-Mayodan Sr. — 
Madison-May odan 

Magnolia (Ind.) — Robeson 

Maiden — Catawba 

Main St. Jr. — Thomasville 

Manteo — -Dare 

Marion — Marion 

Marshall — Madison 

Mars Hill — Madison 

Mars Hill- Bertie 

Massey Hill — Cumberland 

Matthews Jr. — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 

Maxton — Maxton 

McClintock Jr. — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 

McKee — Jackson 

Meadow — Johnston 

Micro — Johnston 

Middleburg — Vance 



School — Unit 

Middlesex — Nash 

Midway — Sampson 

Millbrook — -Wake 

Mineral Springs — Forsyth 

Moncure — Chatham 

Monroe Sr. — Monroe 

Mooresboro — Cleveland 

Morehead — Leaksville 

Morehead City— Carteret 

Morganton — Morganton 

Morven — Morven 

Moss Hill — Lenoir 

Mount Airy — Mount Airy 

Mt. Holly— Gaston 

Mt. Olive— Wayne 

Mt. Pleasant-McAllister— 
Cabarrus 

Mt. View — Graham 

Murfreesboro — Hertford 

Murphy — Murphy 

Myers Park — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 

Nakina — Columbus 

Nancy Reynolds — Stokes 

Nantahala — Macon 

Nashville — Nash 

Nebo — McDowell 

Needham Broughton- — 
Raleigh 

New Bern — New Bern 

New Hanover — New Hanover 

New Hope — Wayne 

Newland — Avery 

Newport — Carteret 

Newton-Con over — 
Newton-Conover 

No. 3 Township — Cleveland 

Norlina — Warren 

North— Wilkes 

Northeast — Guilford 

Northeast Jr.— High Point 

Northern — Durham 

North Buncombe — Buncombe 

North Cove — McDowell 

North Davidson — Davidson 

North Duplin — Duplin 

North Edgecombe — 
Edgecombe 

North Mecklenburg — 
Charlotte-Mecklenburg 

North Rowan — Rowan 

North Stanly— Stanly 

North Surry — Surry 

Northwest — Forsyth 

Northwest — Guilford 

Oak City— Martin 

Oak Hill— Burke 

Oak Hill— Caldwell 

Oak Hill— Granville 

Oakwood Jr. — Statesville 

Ocracoke — Hyde 

Odell — Cabarrus 

Old Fort— McDowell 

Orrum — Robeson 

Oxford— Oxford 

Page — Greensboro 

Pamlico County — Pamlico 

Pantego — Beaufort 

Parkton — Robeson 

Parkwood — Union 

Pembroke (Ind.) — Robeson 

Penderlea — Pender 

Perquimans — Perquimans 

Philo Jr. — Forsyth 

Piedmont — Cleveland 

Piedmont — Union 

Piedmont Jr. — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 

Pine Forest — Cumberland 

Pinehurst — Pinehurst 

Pine Level — Johnston 

Piney Creek — Alleghany 

Pine Hall— Stokes 

Pink Hill — Lenoir 



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School — Unit 

Pinnacle — Stokes 
Pittsboro — Chatham 
Pleasant Garden — McDowell 
Plymouth — Washington 
Polk Central— PoIV. 
Princeton — Johnston 
Prospect (Ind.) — Robeson 
Prospect Hill — -Caswell 
Proximity — Greensboro 
Ramseur — Randolph 
Randleman — Randolph 
Red Oak — Nash 
Red Springs — Red Springs 
Reidsville Jr. — Reidsville 
Reidsville Sr. — Reidsville 
Reynolds Sr. — Winston-Salem 
Richlands — Onslow 
Rich Square — Northampton 
Riverview — Ashe 
R. M. Wilson Jr. — 

Rocky Mount 
Robbinsville — Graham 
Robersonville — Martin 
Rockingham — Rockingham 
Rock Ridge — Wilson 
Rock Springs — Lincoln 
Rocky Mount — Rocky Mount 
Rohanen — Richmond 
Roland-Grise Jr. — New 

Hanover 
Rolesville — Wake 
Roseboro — Sampson 
Rosewood — Wayne 
Rosman — Transylvania 
Rowland — Robeson 
Roxboro — Person 
Ruffin — Rockingham 
Rutherford ton-Spindale — ■ 

Rutherford 
Salem — Burke 
Saluda— Po'k 

Sandhill Farm Life — Moore 
Sandy Ridge— Stokes 
Sanford Central — Sanford 
Sanford Junior — -Sanford 
Saratoga Central— Wilson 
Scotland Neck — Halifax 
Scotts— Iredell 
Seaboard — Northampton 
Seagrove — Randolph 
Sedgefield Jr. — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 
Selma — Johnston 
Senior — Albemarle 
Senior — Mooresville 
Senior — Shelby 
Senior — Statesville 
Senior — Thomasville 
Seven Springs — Wayne 
Seventy-First — Cumberland 
Shallotte — Brunswick 



School — Unit 

Shoe Heel Creek (Indep.) — 

Robeson 
Silk Hope — Chatham 
Smith Jr. — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 
Smithfield— -Johnston 
Smyrna — Carteret 
Southern — Alamance 
Southern — Durham 
Southeast— Guilford 
South Edgecombe — 

Edgecombe 
South Gastonia — Gaston 
South Granville — Granville 
South Mecklenburg — 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg 
South Stanly — Stanly 
Southport — Brunswick 
South Rowan — Rowan 
Southwest — Forsyth 
Southwood — Lenoir 
Sparta — Alleghany 
Spring Creek — Madison 
Spring Hope — Nash 
Stanley — Gaston 
Stecoah — Graham 
Stedman — Cumberland 
Stokes — Pitt 
Stoneville — Rockingham 
Stony Point — Alexander 
Stovall — Granville 
St. Pauls — St. Pauls 
St. Stephens — Catawba 
Sumner — Guilford 
Sunset Park Jr. — New 

Hanover 
Sun Valley — Union 
Surry Central — Surry 
Swansboro — Onslow 
Sylva-Webster — Jackson 
Tabor City — Columbus 
Tarboro — Tarboro 
Tar Heel— Bladen 
Tay lorsville — A lex ander 
T. C. Roberson — Buncombe 
Tileston — New Hanover 
Tipton Hill— Mitchell 
Topsai 1 — Pender 
Towns ville — Vance 
Trinity — Randolph 
Troutman — Iredell 
Tryon — Gaston 
Tryon — Tryon 
Turrentine Jr. — Burlington 
Union — Sampson 
Union Grove — Iredell 
Union Mills — Rutherford 
Valdese — Burke 
Vass-Lakeview — Moore 
Virginia-Carolina — Ashe 
Waccamaw — Brunswick 



School — Unit 

Waccamaw (I) — Columbus 
Waco — Cleveland 
Wadesboro — Wadesboro 
Wagram — Scotland 
Wake Forest — Wake 
Wakelon — Wake 
Walkertown Jr. — Forsyth 
Wallace-Rose Hill — Duplin 
Walnut Cove — Stokes 
Walter Bickett Jr. — Monroe 
Walter Williams — Burlington 
Washington — Washington 

(City) 
Waynesville — Haywood 
Weeksville — Pasquotank 
Weldon — Weldon 
Wendell— Wake 
Wentworth — Rockingham 
West Bertie — Bertie 
West Davidson — Davidson 
West— Wilkes 
West Edgecombe — 

Edgecombe 
West End — Moore 
West Henderson — Henderson 
West Hyde— Hyde 
West Lincoln — Lincoln 
West Mecklenburg — - 

Charlotte-Mecklenburg 
West Montgomery — 

Montgomery 
Westmoore — Moore 
West Rowan — Rowan 
West Yadkin— Yadkin 
Western — Alamance 
Wheat Swamp- — ^Lenoir 
Whitakers — Nash 
White Oak— Bladen 
White Oak— Onslow 
Whiteville— Whiteville 
Wiley Jr. — Winston-Salem 
Wilkes Central— 

N. Wilkesboro 
William G. Enloe— Raleigh 
Williams Twp. — Columbus 
Williamston — Martin 
Wilson Jr.— Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 
Wilson's Mills — Johnston 
Windsor — Bertie 
Winecoflf- — -Cabarrus 
Winterville— Pitt 
Wm. R. Davie— Halifax 
Wray Jr. — Gastonia 
Woodland-Olney — 

Northampton 
Yadkinville— Yadkin 
Youngsville — Franklin 
Zeb Vance — Vance 



Academy Heights — 

Pinehurst 
Aggrey Memorial — Rowan 
Adkin — Kinston 
Anderson Jr. — Winston-Salem 
Anderson Sr. — Winston-Salem 
Apex— Wake 
Armour — Columbus 
Armstrong — Cumberland 
Artesia — Columbus 
Atkins Sr. — Winston-Salem 
Beaufort County — Beaufort 
Belhaven — Beaufort 
Berkley — Moore 
Berry O' Kelly— Wake 
Bethel Union — Pitt 
B. F. Person-Albion — 

Franklinton 



NEGRO 

Billingsville — Mecklenburg 
Bladen Central — Bladen 
Booker T. Washington — 

Bladen 
Booker T. Washington — 

Rocky Mount 
Brawley — Halifax 
Bristol Central — Ashe 
Brown Summit — Guilford 
Brunswick Training — - 

Brunswick 

B. T. Washington — Reidsville 
Caswell Co. High — Caswell 

C. F. Pope — Pender 

C. S. Brown — Hertford 
Camp — Cleveland 
Carver — Edgecombe 
Carver — Forsyth 



Carver — Rutherford 
Carver — Scotland 
Carver — Vance 
Carver — Wayne 
Catawba Rosenwald — 

Catawba 
Central — -Alamance 
Central — A shebor o 
Central — Gates 
Central — Newton-Conover 
Central — Orange 
Central — Wayne 
Central — Whiteville 
Central Davie — Davie 
Chapel — Macon 
Charity — Duplin 
Charles Drew — Madison- 

Mayodan 



Alphabetical High School Index 



133 



School — Unit 

Charles E. Perry — Sampson 

Charles G. White— Bertie 

Chatham — Chatham 

Chesnutt — Cumberland 

Church Street — Thomasville 

Clear Run — Sampson 

Cleveland Training — Shelby 

C. M. Epp€s — Greenville 

Compact — Kings Mountain 

Conetoe — Edgecombe 

Cooper — Johnston 

County Training — Johnston 

Currituck Union — Currituck 

Darden — Wilson ( City ) 

Davis — Hyde 

Dillard — Goldsboro 

Douglas — Cleveland 

Douglass — Columbus 

Douglass — Duplin 

Douglass — Leaksvllle 

Du B ois — W ak e 

Dudley — Greensboro 

Dunbar — Lexington 

Dunbar — Mooresville 

Dunbar — Rowan 

E. E. Smith — Duplin 

E. E. Smith Sr. — 
Fayetteville 

East Arcadia — Bladen 

East End — Martin 

East Polkton — Anson 

East Union — Union 

Eastman — Halifax 

Edenton — Edenton 

E. J. Hayes — Martin 

Edmund-Embury— Tryon 

Faison — Wadesboro 

Florence — Guilford 

Forest Hills — Johnston 

Frederick Douglass — Elm City 

Freedman — Lenoir (City) 

Frink — Lenoir 

Fuquay Springs — Wake 

G. C. Shaw — Granville 

Garner — Wake 

Gentry — Harnett 

G. W. Carver — Kannapolis 

Georgetown — Onslow 

Gethsemane— Franklin 

Green Bethel — Cleveland 

Green Co. Training — 
Greene 

Gumberry — Northampton 

Gunn, J. H. — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 

Haliwa (Indep.) — Warren 

Happy Plains — Alexander 

Hargrove — Sampson 

Harnett — Harnett 

Harrison — Johnston 

Hawley — Granville 

H. B. Sugg— Pitt 

Henderson Institute — • 
Henderson 

Henry Grove — Anson 

Highland — Gastonia 

Hillside— Durham (City) 

Hilly Branch — Robeson 

Horton — Chatham 

I. E. Johnson — Laurinburg 

Inborden — -Halifax 

Industrial Ed. Center — 
Burlington 

Industrial Ed. Center — 
Gastonia 

Irwin Ave. Jr. — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 



School — Unit 

Jackson — Jackson 
J. H. Hayswood — Lumberton 
J. J. Jones — Mount Airy 
Joe Toler — Granville 
John A. Chaloner — 

Roanoke Rapids 
John B. Bond — Bertie 
John Chavis — CherryviUe 
John R. Hawkins — -Warren 
Johnsonville — Harnett 
Jones — Jones 

Jordan Sellars — Burlington 
Joseph W. Parker Jr. — 

Rocky Mount 
J. S. Waters — Chatham 
J. T. Barber — New Bern 
J. W. Ligon Jr.-Sr.— 

Raleigh 
Kingville — Albemarle 
Kittrell — Vance 
Laughlin — Guilford 
Leak St. — Rockingham 
Lincoln — Brunswick 
Lincoln — Chapel HiU 
Lincoln — Gaston 
Lincoln Heights — Wilkes 
Lincoln Jr. — Greensboro 
Little River — -Durham 
Lockhart — Wake 
Logan — Concord 
London — Stokes 
Marion Anderson — Camden 
Mary Potter — Oxford 
Mclver — Halifax 
McRae — Morven 
Merrick-Moore — Durham 
Mineral Springs — Richmond 
Monroe Ave. — Hamlet 
Morningside — Statesville 
Mt. Olive — Columbus 
Mt. View — Marion 
Nash Central — Nash 
Newbold — Craven 
Newbold — Lincoln 
New Hope — Vance 
Ninth Ave. — Hendersonville 
Northwest Jr. — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 
Norway ne — Wayne 
North Warren — -Warren 
O. A. Peay— Hyde 
Oak Ridge — Robeson 
Olive Hill — Morganton 
Paisley Jr. — Winston-Salem 
Paisley Sr. — Wnston-Salem 
Pamlico Training — Pamlico 
Peabody — Montgomery 
Pender Co. Trainings 

Pender 
Perry's — Franklin 
Person County — Person 
Perquimans Union — 

Perquimans 
Peterson — Red Springs 
Phillips — Edgecombe 
Pinckney — Moore 
Pitt County Training— Pitt 
Plato Price — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 
Pleasant Grove — Sampson 
Price — Greensboro 
Price — Salisbury 
Proctorville — Robeson 
P. S. Jones — Washington 

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P. W. Moore— Elizabeth City 



School — Unit 

Queen St. — Carteret 
R. A. Clement — Rowan 
Ralph J. Bunche — Weldon 
Randolph — Randolph 
R. B. Dean — -Maxton 
Reid — Gaston 
Rena Bullock — Guilford 
Reynolds — Canton 
Ridgeview — Hickory 
Riverside — Franklin 
Roanoke — Dare 
Robinson — Pitt 
R. L. Vann — Hertford 
Rosen wald — Fairmont 
Sampson — Clinton 
Savannah — Lenoir 
Second Ward — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 
Sedalia — Guilford 
Shaw — Scotland 
Shawtown — Harnett 
Shepard — Wake 
South Ayden— Pitt 
Southside — Robeson 
Spaulding — Nash 
Spaulding-Monroe — Bladen 
Speight — Wilson 
Springfield — Wilson 
St. Pauls— St. Pauls 
Stephens-Lee — AsheviUe 
Sterling — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 
Swift Creek — Nash 
S. W. Snowden — Beaufort 
Texana — Murphy 
Toe River — Avery 
Torrence-Lytle — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 
Tyrrell — Tyrrell 
Union — Brunswick 
Unity — Iredell 
Upchurch — Hoke 
W. A. Pattillo— Tarboro 
W. B. Wicker— Lee 
W. S. Creecy — -Northampton 
W. S. Etheridge — Bertie 
W. S. King— Carteret 
Washington — Cleveland 
Washington — Raleigh 
Washington Dr. Jr. — - 

Fayetteville 
Washington Co. Union — 

Washington 
Watauga Cons.— Watauga 
West Ansonville — Anson 
West Baden — Stanly 
West Charlotte— Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 
West Deep Creek — Anson 
West Martin — Martin 
Westside — Columbus 
West Southern Pines — 

Southern Pines 
Western Union — Union 
Whitted Jr. — Durham 
William Penn — High Point 
Williams Jr. — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 
Willis Hare — Northampton 
Williston Sr. — New Hanover 
Williston Jr. — New Hanover 
Winchester Ave. — Monroe 
Woodington— Lenoir 
Yadkin County — ^Yadkin 
York Road — Charlotte- 
Mecklenburg 



134 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

NON-PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOLS 

WHITE 

Asheville Catholic — Asheville 

Asheville Country Day — Asheville 

Asheville School for Boys — Asheville 

Ben Lippen Boys' — Asheville 

Bishop McGuinness Memorial — Winston-Salem 

Blue Ridge School for Boys — Hendersonville 

Burton Institute — Charlotte-Mecklenburg 

Camp Lejeune — Onslow 

Cardinal Gibbons Memorial — Raleigh 

Charlotte Catholic — Charlotte Mecklenburg 

Charlotte Christian — Charlotte-Mecklenburg 

Charlotte Country Day — Charlotte-Mecklenburg 

Charlotte Jr. Academy — Charlotte-Mecklenburg 

Cherokee Indian — Swain 

Christ — Buncombe 

Durham Academy — Durham 

Fletcher Academy — Henderson 

Glade Valley — Alleghany 

Immaculata — Durham 

John C. Campbell Folk— Clay 

John Wesley College — Guilford 

Morganton Jr. Academy — Burke 

Mt. Pisgah — Buncombe 

N. C. School for Deaf— Burke 

Notre Dame — Greensboro 

Oak Ridge Military Institute — Guilford 

Our Lady of Mercy — Charlotte-Mecklenburg 

Patterson School for Boys — Caldwell 

Peace College — Raleigh 

Penland School of Handicrafts — Mitchell 

Pineland and E.M.I. — Sampson 

Plonk School of Creative Arts— Asheville 

Sacred Heart Academy — Gaston 

Salem Academy — Winston-Salem 

Samarcand — Moore 

School for the Blind — Raleigh 

Southern Pilgrim College — Forsyth 

St. Genevieve-of-the-Pines — Asheville 

St. John's — Haywood 

St. Mary's College — Raleigh 

Summit — Winston-Salem 

Terra Ceia Christian — Beaufort 

Triangle Jr. Academy — Chatham 

Tri-City Seventh Day Adventist — High Point 

Vocational Textile — Gaston 

Winter Haven Jr. Academy — Columbus 

NEGRO 

Allen — Asheville 

Ephesus Junior Academy — New Hanover 
Kittrell College — Vance 
Laurinburg Institute — Laurinburg 
Mother of Mercy — Washington (city) 
Palmer Memorial Institute — Guilford 
R. C. Lawson Institute — Southern Pines 
School for the Blind & Deaf— Raleigh 
St. Anne Academy — Winston-Salem 
St. Joseph — New Bern 
Teamer — Charlotte-Mecklenburg 



- Textbook Commission 135 

TEXTBOOK COMMISSION 

Phillip J. Weaver, Chairman, Greensboro City Schools, Greensboro 
Clyde Pressley, Leaksville-Spray Jr. High School, Leaksville 
Reba Proctor, West Edgecombe School, Rocky Mount 
Elizabeth Putnam, Appalachian Elementary School, Boone 
Mrs. Dorothy Y. Zimmerman, Caswell County Schools, Yanceyville 
Mrs. Nina Dubruhl Clark, Charles C. Bell School, Asheville 
Mary B. Thompson, Shamrock Elementary School, Charlotte 
*Joe Holliday, Broughton High School, Raleigh 
*Mrs. Helen Rhyne Marvin, Grier Jr. High School, Gastonia 
♦Mrs. Catherine D. Penny, Durham High School, Durham 
*Mrs. Sarah Hamilton Richbourg, Lumberton High School, Lumberton 
*Mrs. Laluce Williams, Senior High School, Fayetteville 



• High school division 



136 Educational Directory of North Carolina 

STATISTICAL SUMMARY, NORTH CAROLINA 
PUBLIC SCHOOLS, 1961-62 



School Enrollment 

Elementary Enrollment 
High School Enrollment 



Number of Schools 

Elementary 

High School 



White 


Negro 


TOTAL 


800,281 


341,293 


1,141,574 


588,588 


267,112 


855,700 


211,693 


74,181 


285,874 


2,002 


845 


2,847 


1,384 


593 


1,977 


618 


252 


870 



Elementary Schools With One-Teacher 6 8 14 

High School With 12 or 

More Teachers 280 100 380 

Number of High Schools With 

12th Grade 542 236 778 

Number of High School Graduates . . 36,753 11,315 48,068 

Percent High School Graduates (1961) 

Continuing Education 54.4% 39.0% 50.9% 

Number of Classroom Teachers 

Elementary 

High School 



30,224 


11,643 


41,867 


20,913 


8,627 


29,540 


9,311 


3,016 


12,327 



Number of Principals and Supervisors 1,653 554 2,207 

Pupils in Average Daily Attendance 

per Teacher Employed 

Elementary 

High School 



24.3 


26.0 


24.7 


25.9 


27.6 


26.4 


20.6 


21.3 


20.8 



Valuation of School Property $647,905,892 $181,779,608 $829,685,500 

Average Annual Salareis (State Funds) — 

Classroom Teachers $ 4,782.55 $ 4,923.38 $ 4,822.85 

Classified Principals 7,402.39 7,589.48 7,452.34 

Supervisors 6,563.79 6,807.69 6,609.47 

State Local Federal Total 

Estimated Current 
Expenditures $227,335,129 $47,493,150 $10,472,580 $285,300,859 



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