C. L. Wen, Secretary,
Greensboro, N. C.
W. D. McLean is Secretary and Treasurer of the Realty
Trust Company of Anderson, S. C.
James A. McAden is a cotton manufacturer at McAdens-
ville, N. C.
Hubert Hill, of the University of West Virginia, was
married on September 3rd, in Greensboro, to Miss Wood-
J. A. Gray, Jr., Secretary,
Winston-Salem, N. C.
Herbert B. Gunter, editor of the Winston-Salem Journal,
was married on May 20th, to Miss Lucy Wadsworth Betts,
of Meridan, Miss.
W. E. Yelverton, managing editor of the News and
Observer, was married on September 11th, to Miss Lillian
Converse, of Macon, Ga.
W. W. Umstead is manufacturing tobacco, 2576 Grace
street, Richmond, Va.
W. C. Woodard is in the insurance business at Rocky
Mount, N. C.
T. M. Hines is Secretary and Treasurer of the Catawba
Ice and Fuel Company at Salisbury, N. C.
W. H. Britt has a position with the American Tobacco
Company as salesman.
B. L. Banks, Jr., is practicing law at Gatesville, N. C.
J. W. Hester, for several years a teacher at Oak Ridge,
is back at the University studying law.
W. P. Grier, President,
Gastonia, N. C.
Munko Gaddy, Secretary,
Oxford University, Oxford, England.
The marriage of Miss Caroline Louise Mallett, of Ashe-
ville, N. C, to C. C. Bellamy, was announced on August
D. C. McRae has resigned his position as editor of the
O. W. Jones has gone to Columbia University to continue
the study of law. He spent 1911-'12 in the University law
John Hall Manning is coaching the football team of
Stetson University at DeLand, Fla.
On the 14th of August, David Dixon Oliver was married
in Starke, Florida, to Miss Eugene Wall Bessent. They are
now living at Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Duncan McRae has been appointed as an instructor in
the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Boston.
John A. Moore is teaching in Cottonwood, Idaho.
H. P. Osborne is an attorney at law, 211 Exchange
Building, Jacksonville, Fla,
W. Fenner Gaylord was married on October 25th, 1911,
to Miss Carrie May Beckwith, of Belhaven, N. C. Their
home is at Bath, N. C.
O. J. Coffin was married early in September to Miss Ger-
trude Wilson, of Canton, N. C. Mr. and Mrs. Coffin will
reside in Charlotte where Mr. Coffin is News Editor of the
Weekly Charlotte Observer.
F. P. Graham has given up his work in the Raleigh
Schools to return to the University to study law.
Frank Strowd, of Chapel Hill, was married to Miss Mary
Braxton, of Kinston, N. C, on Sunday, the 18th of August.
W. H. Ramsaur, Secretary,
2631 Wharton Street, Phlidelphia, Pa.
O. W. Hyman, for the past year teacher of science in the
City Schools of Salisbury, has been elected Assistant
Professor of Biology in the University of Mississippi.
J. S. Armstrong, of the U. S. Diplomatic Service, is
stationed at Naples, Italy.
D. B. Bryan has been elected Principal of the Rich Square
T. P. Nash, Jr., who has been on the staff of the Char-
lotte News since his graduation, has resigned his position
and has gone to Wilmington, where he is a teacher in the
W. H. Ramsaur is studying medicine at the University
James Farrior (Med.) student in medicine 1908-'10, grad-
uated from the University of Pennsylvania Medical School
in 1912. He has recently opened an office for the practice
of medicine at his home at Kenansville, N. C.
Manning Venable is studying medicine at Johns Hopkins.
I. C. Mosi-x Secretary,
Oak Ridge. X. C.
C. E. Mcintosh, of the Durham High School, conducted
teachers' institutes in Oxford and Lenoir during the
M. L. Rich, Secretary to Congressman E. Y. Webb, is
attending Georgetown University where he is studying law
in connection with his official duties. He will play
football on the Georgetown eleven this season.
E. J. Wellons was married on August 27th to Miss
Cornelia Tennelle Allen, of Rich Square .Mr. and Mrs. Wel-
lons will live in Jacksonville, N. C.
J. B. Colvard, of Jefferson, has recently been appointed
Vice-Consul to- British Columbia, with headquarters at
Vancouver. During the past session of Congress he served
in Washington as the private secretary of Representative
R. T. Brown was placed in charge of the read
construction in Orange County immediately after the passage of
the $250,000 bond issue for roads early in the spring.
Henry Smith is studying theology at the University of
the South, Sewanee, Tenn.
Willie Parsley is with the Erwin Cotton Mills, Durham,
W. F. Taylor is bach at the University studying law
S. E. Leonard, who taught last year in the Elizabeth
City Schools, is Superintendent of the Kenly Craded school.
C. E. Norman, Set retary,
Concord, N. C.
Robert Winston, captain of the 1911 football team, is in
charge of athletics at the Bingham School of Asheville.
J. H. Rand is principal of the Brownsville, S. ("'., High
School for the coming year.