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CARROLL W. ROYSTON, Democrat, Baltimore County; born in Spar-
rows Point, November 1, 1913. Attended Sparrows Point public
schools, Gettysburg College and the University of Baltimore. Attor-
ney. Member of the Maryland Bar, Kiwanis and Board of Managers
Dundalk Y.M.C.A. Former Trial Magistrate. Served in the U. S.
Navy 1943-1946. Married. Elected to the House of Delegates in 1950.
CHARLES M. SEE, Republican, Allegany County; born in Cumber-
land, May 12, 1902. Attended the Maryland School for the Blind,
Overlea, graduating in 1924. Field Representative, Maryland Work-
shop for the Blind. Member Board of Trustees Maryland Workshop
for the Blind, Optimist Club, Elks, Eagles, Knights of Malta. Chair-
man Allegany County Delegation. Married. Elected to the House of
Delegates in 1938.
RALPH E. SHOCKLEY, Democrat, Worcester County; born at Whiton,
December 17, 1891. Attended the public schools of Worcester County.
Farmer and broiler producer. Married. Elected to the House of
Delegates in 1938.
JAMES J. SILK, Democrat, Baltimore 1st; born at Baltimore, July 2,
1911. Attended parochial and public schools of Baltimore and Mt. St.
Joseph College. Investigator and income tax consultant. Married.
Elected to the House of Delegates in 1946.
LLOYD LEWIS SIMPKINS, Democrat, Somerset County; born in
Princess Anne, June 6, 1922. Attended Somerset County public
schools, graduate of the University of Maryland and its Law School.
Attorney and operator of an oyster packing house. Member of Lions,
Elks and American Legion. Former teacher of agriculture. Served in
the U. S. Navy 1941-1946. Unmarried. Elected to the House of
Delegates in 1950.
DONALD E. Six, Republican, Carroll County; born at Keysville,
June 14, 1914. Attended Carroll County public schools and Strayer-
Bryant-Stratton College at Baltimore. Retail grain, lumber, and coal
dealer. Married. Appointed to the House of Delegates in 1947.
ALBERT L. SKLAR, Democrat, Baltimore 4th; born at Baltimore,
December 18, 1911. Attended the public schools of Baltimore City,
Baltimore City College, and the University of Baltimore, graduating
in 1932. Admitted to the Bar the same year. Member of the Tax
Revision Commission of Maryland 1939-1941; the Maryland Commis-
sion on Post War Reconstruction and Development 1943-1947; Com-
mission to Revise the Laws Relating to the Public Service Commis-
sion, 1951-1952; Baltimore Bar Association; State Bar Association;
American Bar Association. Married. Elected to the House of Dele-
gates in 1938.
CARROLL C. SMITH, Republican, Carroll County; born July 14, 1904,
at Greenmount. Attended Carroll County public schools. In the meat
packing business. Married. Elected to the House of Delegates in 1946.
MAURICE J. SOYPHER, Democrat, Baltimore 4th; born in Baltimore,
February 17, 1911. Attended Baltimore public schools and the Uni-
versity of Baltimore. Attorney. Member of the Maryland Bar,
J.W.V., Lawyers' Civic Association. Served with the U. S. Army
1943-1946. Married. Elected to the House of Delegates in 1950.
UPSHUR C. STEVENSON, Democrat, Talbot County; born in Oxford
November 16, 1902. Attended public school in Oxford, Pierce School