Theodore G. Britton is located in the Binz Building,
Houston, Texas, as an attorney-at-law.
V. A. J. Idol is cashier of the Commercial Bank of High
Point, N. C.
L. B. Lockhart, State Oil Chemist, with headquarters at
Raleigh, N. C, was elected President of the North Carolina
section of the American Chemical Society for 1912.
William Dunn, Jr., of New Bern, was elected President
of the State Association of the Benevolent and Protective
Order of Elks in March, 1012.
W. McKim Marriott, instructor in Washington Univer-
sity Medical School, of St. Louis, was married on Decem-
ber 27th, to Miss Elizabeth Robinson, of New York City.
\V. A. Whitaker is Associate Professor of Metallurgy in
the University of Kansas at Lawrence, Kan.
W. P. Jacocks served as resident physician in the Alle-
gheny General Hospital, Allegheny, Pa., from August 13th,
1911, to August 1st, 1912.
with A. G. Mangum, '93. His successor is J. A. Warren, of
Durham, N. C, who is both Bursar and Treasurer of the
R. 0. E. Davis, for three years Soil Physicist in the
Bureau of Soils, has recently been appointed chief in Lhat
bureau of the division of Soil Water Investigation.
R. A. Mekkitt, Secretary,
Greensboro, N. C.
K. B. Stephens is located at Birmingham, Ala., with the
F. H. Lemly has retired from the U. S. Navy and is now
engaged in ranching. His address is San Antonio, Texas,
in care of the Travis Club.
Reston Stevenson, of the Chemistry Department of the
College of the City of New York, assisted the college
authorities is entertaining the International Chemists'
Congress in New York City.
Louis Graves won the tennis championship of
Northeastern Pennsylvania while on a trip to Scranton, in Sep-
tember. The title carried with it a silver trophy cup.
A. Marvin Carr, the New York representative of the
Durham Hosiery Mills, was married to Miss AureUa Fit .pat-
rick in Kansas City on October 12th. They will live on
East 82nd street, New York. Mrs. Carr is a native of the
South, but for several years has lived in Kansas City.
John S. Henderson is with the Westinghor.;e Electric
Company, Boston, Mass.
Henry M. Robins, of Asheboro, X. C, way married on
August 6th to Miss Mary Lee Erwin. of Rock Hill, S. C.
X. W. Walker. Acting Secretary,
Chapel Hill, X. C.
Earle P. Holt was married on May 27th to Miss Mary
Eugenia Harris, of Greensboro. Mrs. Holt is a daughter
of the late Eugene Harris, Registrar of the University.
Mr. and Mrs. Holt will reside at Oak Ridge.
W. Frank Smathers has been appointed Judge ot the
Atlantic City District in New Jersey. He resides in
L. L. Parker is cashier of the Pageland, S. C, bank.
James B. Thorpe, of Gary, Indiana, attended the
International Chemists' Congress in New York in September.
W. A. Graham has recently been elected a member of
the State Board of Examiners.
Harold Whitehurst is teaching in the Leonia, N. J., city
J. J. Britt (Law) is Third Assistant Postmaster Gen-
eral. Washington, D. C.
Ivey F. Lewis, who has been Professor of Botany at
Ran-dolph-Macon College, Va., went to the University of
Wisconsin in September, where he is a Prof°ssor in the
Department of Botany.
T. F. Hickersox. Acting Secretary.
Chapel Hill, X. C.
G. G. Thomas, Jr.. was married to Miss Mary Sumner
Clark, of Wilmington, on June 6th.
Lawrence S. Holt. Jr., is Secretary and Treasurer of the
Union Cotton Bagging Corporation, Norfolk, Va.
J. K. Wii,so.N", Acting Secretary,
Elizabeth City, X. C.
On April 17th George Mallett MacNider was married to
Miss Louise Norflett Lamar of Monticello, Florida. Mr.
and Mrs. MacXider are living in Raleigh.
Hamilton McRary Jones was married on September 21st,
to Miss Helen Hilton Baker, of Boulder, Colorado.
Otho B. Ross ami Miss Lucy Harris, youngest daughter
of the late Eugene Harris, Registrar of the University,
were married in the Presbyterian church at Chapel Hill on
August 29th. Dr. and Mrs. Harris will reside in Charlotte.
N. J. Orr and .Miss Mittie Davis Bradley, were married
on June 19th, at Ebony, Va. Their home is at Bishopville
Samuel B. Boone and Miss Camile Allyn Moore were
married in Warrenton on September 12th.
George L. Paddison is practicing law at Greenwood, Miss.
D. N. Chadwick, Jr., is Secretary and Treasurer of the
Fidelity Trust & Development Company of Wilmington
Louis G. Rountree, who is associated with the cotton
exchange firm of R. H. Rountree & Company, of New York
»'ity. spent a part of his vacation in September in North
Thomas Hill, who was in the Philadelphia office of the
Mayo Mills for several years after leaving the University, has settled in New York City with headquarters in the
Mayo Mills office at 346 Broadway.
J. A. Parker, Secretary,
Charlotte. X. C.
F. E. Hester, of Wendell. X. c.. was married in Greeng.
boro on September 25th to Miss Maude E. Baker of Reids-
ville. Mr. and Mrs. Hester will reside in Wendell where
Mr. Hester is practicing law.
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hevlin is a cotton b,iyer' 48 Logan street
W. H Kibbler, who for the past two years has been Pro- essor of B,o.ogJ. at Guiiford College, is studying medicine at the Jefferson Med.cal College in Philadelphia.