Preview

Description

This is a drawing from the Eastern North Carolina Chamber of Commerce book
Transcription: Miss Luma McLamb. Miss McLamb is registrar of deeds in Johnson Co, the youngest registrar of deeds in North Carolina. She assisted in the promotion of the tri-county livestock poultry exposition. Miss McLamb is a member of the business and professional club of Benson and Smithfield and of the twenty century club of Benson. For 8 years she was a Sunday school teacher in the Free Will Baptist Church. Is secy of the Johnson County Sunday School Assocn. Her hobby is talking. Miss Luma McLamb. Miss Luma Smith McLamb, Smithfield, N. C. was born in Benson, N. C. and has the distinction of being North Carolina's youngest Register of Deeds. She is serving her first term as Register of Deeds. She is serving her first term as Register of Deeds of Johnson County. At this writing, 1929, she is twenty-six years old. Miss McLamb is active in the community life of the section. She is a member of the Business and Professional Women's Clubs of Benson and Smithfield; member of the Twentieth Century Club of Benson; member of Methodist Church, Benson; vice president of the Epworth League; she received her education in the public schools of Benson, graduating from the high school in 1921; she attended N. C. C. W., 1921-24; King's Business College, 1924-1925; she served as Assistant Register of Deeds of Johnson County, 1925, and served for two years; during the next two years she served as a commercial accountant, having installed several sets of county books in the eastern part of the state; she is more or less an expert in systematizing the clerical work of county offices; she was elected Register of Deeds on the Republican ticket, November, 1928, and has been serving ever since. Miss McLamb has taken quote an active part in the church life of Benson and Johnson County; she is now secretary of the Johnson County Sunday School Association and has taught a Sunday School class in the Free Will Baptist Church of Benson for several years; she did special work for the Eastern Carolina Branch Office at Benson in the promotion of the Tri-County Live Stock and Poultry Exposition.

Details

Files

Action Filename Size Access Description License
Show more files...

Actions

Comments

Downloads Statistics

from
to
Download Full History