Mr. Donald C. MacRae
Mr. Donald C. MacRae is a successful, promising young attorney who came here in 1911 for the practice of his profession. He is a graduate in Arts from the University of North Carolina. He secured license for the practice of law in 1911, and since coming here, our people have recognized his keen legal talent and splendid business insight by having made him Judge of th e Recorders Court for this city. In addition to this, he is Secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, and Secretary of the Thomasville Merchants Association.
Mr. MacRae is a leader in community affairs. Whether in the capacity of city judge. a practitioner at the bar, or a private citizen, he works equally. unceasingly and untiringly for the common interests with an eye single to development and improvement in every line.Mr. MacRae is one of the most promising attorneys in all this section. The future only can tell what lies in store for this talented young man possessed with honor, integrity and power.


Mr. Benjamin W. Parham is a young attorney whose practice is constantly increasing by reason of his keen legal ability and insight. He came to this place in1909 from Oxford, N. C., where he was born.
Mr. Parham was educated at Horner Military School, Wake Forrest College, and Harvard University. He holds the proud distinction of being vice-president of the Carolina Harvard Club.

In politics, Mr. Parham has already begun a promising career. He was a member of the State Legislature from Davidson County on the Democratic ticket in 1911, and refused a re?nomination to succeed himself. In the House, he identified himself with the progressive branch whose attempts for some progressive legislation were realized when the succeeding Legislature passed many bills advocated by Mr. Parham's associates. He has been a member of the Democratic Executive Committee from the 7th Congressional District for four years.

Mr. Parham is doing a general law practice with emphasis on corporation law.   He represents the city,and many of the larger corporation:, including the Carolina & Yadkin River Railway.
Mr. Parham is a prominent member of the Baptist church and is now Vice President of the State Baptist Young Peoples Union.