studied at Peabody Normal School in 1882-83.
He taught school for many years, later enter-
ing the insurance business in which be engaged
until his death. His last trip to Chapel Hill was
a delightful experience for Mr. Neville, visiting
relatives in Orange County and his sister, Mrs.
Ella O'Daniel, in Greensboro. Mrs. Neville,
who was Miss Lulu Cobb and whom he married
in 1886 at Henning, Tenn., died about a year
and a half ago.
Woodall-James Lynn Woodall, 66, a native
of Benson, N. C., but for the last 25 years a
resident of New York, died August 18 in a
New York hospital. He had been in declining
health for the last several years, much of that
time being a hospital patient. Mr. Woodall
studied law at Chapel Hill in 1901-02, pr
eviously having attended Buies Creek Academy.
He taught school for a period of years, in
Johnston and other North Carolina co~ n ties,
before going to New York. Four brothers survive.
Funeral services were held in the Highland Park
Cemetery at Benson.
Hiatt-Dr. Houston Boyd Hiatt, for many
years a prominent physician and leading citizen
of High Point, died August 28 in a Tarpon
Springs, Fla., hospital after an illness of sev-
eral years. He would have been 55 years old
September 16. A native of Greensboro, Dr.
Hiatt attended Horner's Military School at
Oxford, and entered the University at Chapel Hill
in 1902, continuing for one year of academic
work and two years of medicine. He received
his M.D. in 1907 from the University of Mary-
land. Before going to High Point in 1913 he
had practiced at Clinton and Asheboro. He
specialized in Diagnosis and X-Ray, and was
Consulting Roentgenologist at State Hospital,
rvtorganton. He took part in numerous civic in-
terests, being particularly active in serving young
people. Giving up his practice in 1934 because
of poor health, Dr. Hiatt spent most of his time
in Florida, living at Oldsmar since 1936. Sur-
viving are Mrs. Hiatt, the former Miss Kathleen Sadtier of Baltimore, whom he married in
1907; his mother, Mrs. J. R. Hiatt of Clinton;
one daughter and a grandson. A son, Houston,
Jr., died'in 1929. The body was cremated in
Florida and services held at Oakwood Cemetery,
Seagle-Frederick Macon Seagle, 54, for the
last 21 years associated with the Burwell &
Dunn Drug Company in Charlotte, died in that
city last July 4. Mr. Seagle attended the Hickory schools as a bo~ and studied pharmacy at
Chapel Hill in 1904-05. He had been associated
with Menzie's Drug Company, Hickory, Adams
Drug Company in Gastonia and with the Paramount Drug Company in Asheville, and for a
short time just prior to 1920 was connected
with a drug establishment in Dallas, Texas. He
is survived by his wife, the former Miss Lillian Stalings of Danville, Va.
Upchurch-William M. Upchurch, 59, died as
the result of a self-inflicted shotgun wound
September 8 at his home in Durham. Mr.
Up-church had been connected with the city schools
of Durham for 31 years, only recently having
requested that he be retired on November 4
when he would be 60. He had announced that
he would enter the real estate and building busi-
ness. Born in Morrisville, Mr. Upchurch at-
tended N. C. State for one year, and was grad-
uated from the University in 1906. He later
won his M.A. degree in 1917. He taught for a
year in Selma, in 1907 going to Durham to become principal of the Fuller School there. He
remained with the city schools, except for a
period of three years when he was employment
manager and personnel officer of tbe Durham
Hosiery Mills, and was Principal Emeritus of
the Durham Junior High School at the time of
his death. His wife, formerly Miss Estelle Har-
ward whom he married June 7, 1915, survives
as do a son and a daughter.
Mitchell-Henry Davis Mitchell, 55, died in
an Asheville hospital September 7 after a brief
illness. A native of Franklinton, Mr. Mitchell
studied at Chapel Hill in 1904-05. He had
resided in Asheville since 1919 and for the last
5 years was Manager of the W. C. Britt Com-
pany, plumbing and heating concern. Surviving
are Mrs. Mitchell and three children; four sis-
ters and one brother-Louis P. Mitchell '02,
of Franklinton. Interment was in Green Hills
Jerome-Vance Jerome, 47, former news-
paperman who recently had been a member of
the staff of A. M. Pullen & Company, certified
public accountants, died August 19 at his home
in Greensboro, of a sudden heart attack. A na-
tive of Albemarle, Mr. Jerome studied at Chapel
Hill one year, in 1910-11. He went to Greens-
boro in 1915 and for 23 years was connected
with the Greensboro News Publishing Com-
pany, publishers of the Daily News and the
Record, resigning as business manager in April,
1938. He then for a time was an associate of
the Henry P. Foust General Agency in North
Carolina of the State Mutual Life Assurance
Company. He joined the Pullen firm in Janu-
ary, 1940. Surviving are bis wife, the former
Miss Sara Harper of Raleigh, whom he married
in 1931; his mother, Mrs. Thomas J. Jerome
of Black Mountain; a sister and one brother,
Edward Jerome ' 10, of Schenectady, N. Y.
Klingman-Edwin Carlyle Klingman, 46,
Di-reclor of Agencies for the Jefferson Standard
Life Insurance Company, died at his Greens-
boro residence September 4 of a heart attack.
A native of Blue Hill, Neb., be moved to
Greensboro with his family before he was a
year old and had made his home there since.
He attended Horner Military Academy, studied
at Chapel Hill one year, in 1913-14, and soon
after became associated with Jcfl"erson StandHd.
Appointed Superintendent of Agencies in 1933
and Director of Agencies in 1938, he was one
of the company's key men. During ,Vorld War
I Mr. Klingman served with distinction in the
British and American air forces; he was a
Captain and executive officer of the 2nd Batallion
01 the 252nd Coast Artillery Corps of the
N.C.N.G. and was a reserve officer in the U. S.
Air Corps. Survivors include his wife; the
former Miss Virginia Stainback of Greensboro,
whom he married in 1934; his mother, Mrs. O.
C. Klingman of Greensboro; twin brotbers-John '37, of Greensboro, and Richard Klin
g-man '37, of Santa Monica, Calif.; and one sis-
ter, Mrs. W. H. Powell of Oxford. Interment
was in Green Hill Cemetery, Greensboro.
McEntire-Henry Grady McEntire, 35,
Treasurer and Business Manager of Greensboro College, was instantly killed September 4 when
struck by falling timber as he and Dr. Luther
L. Gobbell, President of the College, were
trying to aid in extingui,hing a blaze tbat partly
destroyed the rotunda of the college's main
building. The two were a story beneath the big
wooden dome which collapsed and Mr. McEn-tire was killed by a huge beam that crashed
through into the interior of the structure. Dr.
Gobbell was uninjured and not enough damage
was done to the college to keep it from opening
on schedule. Mr. McEntire studied at Chapel
Hill in 1925-29. Before going to Greensboro
College, where he succeeded Rev. Walter M.
Curtis '89, in the fall of 1939, he had been connected with the Continental Illinois Bank and
Trust Company in Chicago, the Federal Reserve
Bank in that city and then with the Container
Corporation of America. He is survived by his
wife, the former Miss Kathryn Warlick of
Granite Falls, whom he married in 1931; a
daughter, Sue; three brothers and three sisters.
Funeral services were held in Greensboro, with
interment in the family plot in Granite Falls.
Chamberlain-Richard Mitchell Chamberlain,
31, well-known Winston-Salem attorney, died
at hi, home August 31 following a sudden heart
attack. A native of Winston-Salem, Mr. Cham-
berlain attended high school there and enrolled
at Carolina in 1928, continuing on at the Uni-
versity until he received his LL.B. degree in
1933. For a number of years he was connected
with the firm of Gay and Taylor, insurance ad-
justers, in Winston-Salem. Surviving are his
wife, the former Miss Eleanor White; his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Chamberlain
of Winston-Salem; a brother, Dr. Alfred C.
Chamberlain, Jr., of North Wilkesboro; and
Butler-Dr. James Perry Butler, 30, young
Portsmouth, Va., dentist, died last May 8
according to information just received by THE
REV1EW. A native of Portsmouth, Dr. Butler
attended the Woodrow Wilson High School
there, studied at Chapel Hill in 1930-32, con-
tinued his schooling in Richmond and received
his D.D.S. degree from the Medical College of
Virginia. He had passed the N. C. State Dental
lloard in 1938. Surviving are his parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. L. Butler, of Portsmouth.
Hurwitz-Norman Hurwitz, 24, native of
Carthage and student at Chapel Hill in 1936-
39 and the fall quarter of last year, died of
pneumonia in Clearwater, Fla., on July 31. The
son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Hurwitz, he at-
tended the Stuyvesant High School in New York
City in 1931-35 and then for a short while at-
tended the Carthage High School. Funeral ser-
vices were held in Goldsboro.
Angel-Bert Hampton Angel, 20, of
Stokesdale, was found dead early August 18 in a
wrecked coupe that had plunged down a 13-
foot embankment near Guilford battleground.
Both he and Paul F. Parrish, also of Stokesdale
and driver of the car, were believed to have
been killed some six hours before being found.
Both young men worked for Carter Fabrics
Corporation in Greensboro and it was believed
they were hurrying to report for work on the
midnight shift when the wreck occurred. Young
Angel attended U. N. C. during the past school
year and was classed as a Junior, having
completed two years at Guilford College. Surviv-
ing are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Coy Angel,
and one sister, all of Stokesdale.
Siegel-Aviation Cadet Stanley Auerbach Sie-
gel, 21, native of New York City, was killed
September 5 in an Army basic flight training
plane which crasbed half a mile south of Stam-
ford, Texas. A student at U. N. C. in 1938-41,
he had begun his Army flight training in Au-
gust. Both he and his instructor died in the
crasb. Surviving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph H. Siegel of New York, and one brother.
Upchurch-Richard Morris Upchurch, 17, of
Apex, died in a Raleigh hospital August 31 of
injuries received the night before in a motor-
cycle-automobile collision just east of Clayton.
Riding with him on the motorcycle was J. B.
Regan, Jr., of New Hill, who was seriously but
not fatally injured. Young Upchurch finished
higb school at Apex and last year was a mem-
ber of the Freshman class at Chapel Hill. He
belonged to the Sigma Chi Fraternity. Sur-
viving are his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. G.
Vpchurch, and two sisters, of Apex; three
brothers-Dr. T. G. Upchurch '30 and M. T.
Upchurch '33, of Smithfield, and T. A. Up-
church '36 of Raleigh. Interment was at Green
Level Church Cemetery, near Apex.