transferred from Washington, D. C., to Wayne,
Spruill- J. F. Spruill, of Lexington, has been
:lppointed to the newly-formed Advisory Board
of Paroles. He is one of a committee of three
appointed by Governor Ehringhaus.
Next Relmio1.-hmc, 1937
And.rcws...o...-'r. Wingate Andrews, Superinten-
dent of the Iligh Point schools, was nominated
Director of the National Educational Associa-
tion for the State of North Carolina to suc-
ceed'himsclf. I-Ie was unopposed for the Di-
rectorshi p and was there fore ull nni rn olis ly clected.
N e x t R ell1l ;01,- J l ln e, 1936
]~oush:dl-John 1-1. lloushall, af Tampa, Fla.,
is Trust Officer of the First National Rank of
Tamp:l. lie has a daughter eight years old and
a son three years old.
Davis-Isaac Peter Davis, of Manteo, is a
newspaper correspondent and an agent for the
Imperial Life Insurance Company. He has
two sons nncl two daughters. Mr. Davis is :1
trustee of the University.
Dixon-Richard Dillard Dixon, of Edenton,
is proud of the historical tradition of his na·
live Albemarle and he doesn't intend to allow
Ihe deportation of any morc relics and records
of the history of onc of the oldest sections of
the n :lti o n. In all unused herring keg, esti-
m:lled to be around 100 years old, Mr. Dixon
found the will of Joseph Hewes, who was a
Nurth C:lrolina signer of the Declaration of
Independence. Among other things he found
a peace treaty hetween the early colonists and
the Tuscarora Indians with Tom mount's name
he:lding the list. Torn Blount was the Indian
chief who is so well known to students of early
North Carolina history. Mr. Dixon places all
the historical data he can find in the Edenton
Eason-C. VV. Eason is associ"ted with the
Tryon Drug o. in Charlotte.
FUl!ntcs-Fr:lJlcesc V. Fuentes, of am:l-
g uey, Cub: l, is M: lna ge r of th e H ava na E lectr ic
Railway Company. His post office address is
Box 412 Cam:lgucy, Cuba.
Hart- Spencer L. Hart is Second Vice-Presi-
dent of the Continental Illinois National Bank
and Trust Company, in Chicago. His address
is 231 South LoS"lle Street, Chicago. He has
" d" ug ht e r, M a rga ret A ll en H art, 13 yea rs o ld.
lIasty-C. Herndon Hasty, of Monroe, is
Manager of rhe Sales Department of the Mon-
roe Hardware o. He has Jive children, three
girls and two boys.
J ones-W al ter A. J ones, who fo rmerly lived
ill Salisbury, is now in Hickory. He gets
mail at Box 758.
Lasley-Robert Law Lasley is Professor of
English at Morris Harvey College in Barbours-
ville, West Virginia. His address is Box 451,
McCulloch- Leon McCulloch is a Research
Engineer for the Westinghouse Electricity and
Manllfacturing Company in East Pittsburgh.
Ilis address is 146 Lincoln Avenue, E. E., Pilts-
hurgh, Pennsylvania. He has two daughlers
:m d o ne so n.
Morg:1I1- The Rev. A. Rufus Morgan is R~c
tor of SI. John's Episcopal Church at Columbia,
. C. lie has a son, Rufus, Jr. nnd a dallgh-
Pritchett- V. . Pritchett, of 12 1-lighland
Avenue Maplewood, N. j., is Manager of the
Luhrica'tion Department of the Standard Oil
Comp"ny of New Jersey. A son, Robert Vic-
tor, was horn last December. There are two
other hildr"n, Dorothy 10, and Clayton, 8.
Rohinson-C. O. Robinson, of Elizabeth City,
is President of the Elizabeth City Hosiery Com-
pany alld is Chairm:1I1 of the ]loard of Directors
of the Fi rs t :Ind Citi ze ns Na t ional Bank in
th"t town. He has three sons, C. 0 ., Jr., 21;
William, 19; and C. H., 15. William will
be a freshman at Chapel Hill next fall.
Next Retlllion-Jtllle, 1936
Clifton-Married: Mrs. Gertrude Kahn Kell-
er, of Mount Holly, and Dr. Roland S. Clinton,
of Gastonia, July 12, in Charlotte. Mrs. Clin-
ton attended Lenoir-Rhyne College and Thiel
College, at Greenville, Penna. After leaving
the Vni"ersit)' Dr. Clinton attended the Uni-
\ ~rsity 0 Maryland \\here he rcceivt:d his M.D.
The.\' arc living in Gastonia.
Hemphill-Dr. C. H. Hemphill is practicing
his profession a[ oal Creek, 'renn.
Hemphill- F. H. Hemphill is living in Ma-
ri on where he is in the rcal eSl:lle business.
J ohnson-C. W alter J ohnson, fo rmerl y of
Weavervillc, is living in Asheville and receives
mail at Box 1+7".
Norman-The Rev. larence E. Norrnan is
pastor of Holy Trinity Lutheran hurch in
Raleigh and is also President of the local
ministerial association. Having passed ne:nly
thirteen years as a missionary in Japan, he is
frequenlly called on for addresses dealing with
his experiences in the Far East. He has two
daughters, Rebecca, I , and Kathryn, 13.
Page--Thad Page has resigned as the Secre-
tary of Senator Josiah William Bailey, North
Carolina's senior Senator, to become the AdminIStrative ecretary of Dr. R. D. W. Con-
nor '99, Vnited States Archi,'ist.
Next Rerm;ol1-Jtllle, 1938
J urney-Robert C. J urney, forme rly of
Washington, D. C., is living in Clarksville, Va.
Labberton-John M. Labberton, formerly of
Pittsburgh, Penna., is now in Washington, D.
C. \\here his address is-19 East Clifton Ter-
Paul-Married: frs. Bertha MacLeod Fr
ee-man, of Pinehurst, and John D. Paul, of Wash-
ington, June 22, in Vas . Mrs. Paul attended
Woman's College of the Vni,'ersity and P
eabody College. he has been teaching in Pin
ehurst. Mr. Paul is an attorney 0 Washington.
hamburger-L. 1.. hamburger on July I
joined the staff of the Memorial Hospital in
T. E. tory WaS recently re-
horo lI igh School
upcrintendenl and Wilkes-
Principal to serve his 12th
Next Reunion-Jane, 1939
Abernethy-L. L. Abernethy is Foreman of
the Milinten"nce Department of the Duke Power
Company in Charlotte.
Brownson-A. R. Brownson, formerly of
Asheville, is now liv in g nt Lexington.
DlInnn gn n- Maco n Rush ((M ik e" DlInn ;lga n,
Sta te Cap it a l ne w sp"per co rr es pondent, ha s fo r-
m"lly entered his n"me as a candidate fur Sec-
retary of State in the 1936 elections.
P"ty-Dr. R. M. ]'aty, Jr. is with the St
ephenson Memorial Ilospital in Changchow,
St"rr-Dr. Ii'. F. Starr is Vice-President and
Medical Director of the Pilot Life Insurance
Company in Greensboro. He has a son Frank,
10, and a daughter, Betty, 9.
Struthers-J. A. Struthers is Assistant Super-
intendent of the Hercules Plant of the Iler-
cllies Power Comp:1ny, Hercules, California.
Webber-J. C. Webber is f:lrming at Olivia,
N . C.
Next R ellllioll, J ll ll e, 1940
Andrews-F. J. Andrews is Managing Direc-
tor af the Bromo-Scitler Ltd., Toronto,
C:ln-ada. Ilis address is 1266 Queen Street, West
of Henson and is
Ju d icial Di stri ct.
Jr., and Harry.
C, Canady is an attorney
:1Iso Solicitor of the 4th
lie has two sons, Claude,
Eutsler- George W. ],utsler is Director 0f
the Holston Y"llcy Community Hospital at
kingsport, Tenn. He has three daughters.
H e nd e rso n- J o hn L. H e n de rso n, of Hi ck ory ,
is Secretnry and Treasurer of the Hickory
Overall Company. He has three daughters,
Margaret, 18; Elinor, 16; and Dorothy, II.
Killeffer- D. H. Kindl"'r is a Consulting
Chemical Engineer and Technical Writer. His
address is 168 Westchester Avenue, Creswood,
N. Y. lie has one son, Robert, 9 years old.
Mangum- Dr. Charles P. Mangum, Richmond
physician, lives at 816 West Franklin Street
in Richmond. He has four boys.
Smith-M. T. Smith, of Wentworth, is Clerk
of Superior Court of Rockingham Count)'. )Ie
has a son and a daughter.
N ext R ellllion-Jllll e, 1939
Booth-S. A. Booth has moved from Ox-
ford [ 0 Lawrenc~villc) Va.
Capehart-Born: To Mr. and Mrs. William
J. Capehart, of Orlando, Fla., daughter,
Frances Ma ri on, Jul y 7. Mr. Capehart is
C"shier of the DuPont Bank in Orlando.
Kanoy-Willie C. Kanoy, formerly of Bis-
coe, is now living in Chapel Ilili.
Next Rell1l;oll-ltme, 1939
Hram('-P. .T. Br"llle, who has been manager
of the Nissen Drug Co. in Winston-Salem for
the past few years, hilS resigned and returned
to his old home in orth Wilkesboro.
Denny- Mayor Emery H. Denny, of Gastonia
is not only public official number I in his home
town bu t is n o w termed "Gastonia's Citizcn
o. I." On July 2 Mayor Denny was award-
ed the Civitan Citizenship cup as the citizen of
Gastonia who had rendered the most outstand-
ing and unselfish service to that city during the
p:lSt year, outside the regul:tr line of duty. Mr.
Denny's work in re-financing the city's bonded
indebtedness, in helping sellie the strike at the
Clara, Dunn and Armstrong mills a year "go,
and his help in having the Firestone Tire Com-
pany locate headquarters formed some of the
deeds which instigated the conferring of the
honor upon him.
smith and nen Lacy
Miss Thora Joan Sancl-
Meredith, formerly of