of Johnston County and longtime a pubiic
official and businessman there, died in Smith-
field on November 4, 1960. Hi. wife and
two sons survive.
'96 AB, LLD '4cl-WILLIAM ROBERT WEBB,
JR., 86, Principal Emeritus of the Webb
School at Bell Buckle, Tenn. (founded lfl
I 70 by his father, W. R. "Old S<l1Wney"
Webb ' 67), died October 31, 1960. Among
survivors are his wife; and a brother, Tlwmp-
sun Webb '11, Claremont, Calif.
'OU-GEORGE CHANCELLOR GREEN, 82, died December 4, 1960 in Weldon, where he had
been an attorney for many years. At one
time he was President of the N.C. State
Bar and a UNC Trustee. Among survivors
are his wife, three daughters and three sons
-including George C. Green, Jr. '35, Scot-
land Neck; Mary Cook Green '35, Rocky
Mount; and Joseph E. Green ' 45, Weldon.
'Ul AB-WILLIAM McLELLAND STEVENSON, 81,
retired in 1950 after many years as an
attorney at Bennettsville, S.C., died there
September 28, 1960. Surviving: his widow.
a son, and two daughters.
'02 Phll-JAMES HARRY McIvER, 79, died September 18, 1960 at Harrisonburg, Va., to
which he moved from Lumberton. For many
years he had been a public school superin-
tendent in North Carolina and was an insuranceman in Lumberton for some 25 years.
His wife and a daughter survive.
'03 PhB- ZEBULON VANCE JUDD, 84, who lett
North Carolina in 1915 to join the faculty
of Alabama Polytechnic Institute, died at
Auburn, September 5, 1960. He was Dean
of the School 0f Education there some 4U
years. He was a native of Wake County,
whose school system he once headed before
teaching at UNC.
'04-WILLIAM MARSH STEWART, 81, died December 8, 1960 in Charlotte where he was
an officer of a surgical supply concern. He
studied pharmacy at UNC.
'05 PhB-PAUL HAMILTON ROGERS, 77, died
July 8, 1960 at his home in Hartsville, S.C.
where he had long been active in business
and civic affairs. Surviving are his wife
(nee: ArabeJle Thomas of Charlotte), a
daughter, and three sons- including Jordan
Thomas Rogers '42, with U.S. Foreign Service in Quito, Ecuador.
'05 AB-Dr. GEORGE CURRIE SINGLETARV, 77,
a physician and lifelong resident of Clark-ton, died November II, 1960. He taught
school for eight years before studying
medicine at UNC and Penn (MD '17). His wife
survives as do two sons-one of them, Wii.
liam C. Singlett:ry '33, Greensboro.
'06-JOHN STRONG CALVERT, 74, Raleigh na-
'07 PhG-DAVID SIMEON CHAPMAN, 79, a
retired druggist in Durham, died there August
8, 1960. He was a native of Washington,
N.C. A daughter survives.
'08-Dr. CHRISTOPHER SVLVANUS BARKER, 74,
a physician in New Bern for 43 years, died
there November II, 1960. He was a native of
'I I An-RICHARD GORDON STOCKTON, 68, whn
retireJ in 1958 after 36 years as an officer
of the Wachovia Bank, died Deceu",ber 12,
I960 at his home in Winston-Salem. During
many years and in many ways he had served
his native community and state and the Uni-
vers:ty. Survivors include his wife, two daughters, and two brothers-Norman V. Stockton
'09, and Ralp" M. Stockton 'I S, both of
'12- CVRUS DUNLAP HOGUE, 71, a lawyer in
Wilmington for more than 45 years, died
there October 25, 1960. Before studying law
at UNC, he was graduated at Sewanee in
1909. Survivors include his wife, a daughter,
and a son, Cyrus D. Hogue, Jr. '42, his law
'12-RoBERT RUFFIN KING, 70, former Mayor
of Greensboro and attorney there for nearly
fifty years, died October 1, 1960 following
a period of illness. He was a native of
Greensboro. Survivors include two daughters
and two sons-one of them Cornelius Van-
stors King ' 48, Greensboro.
'12 AB-JAMES WARD MORRIS, 70, who served
more than 21 years on the U.S. District
Court in Washington, D.C., died there No-
vember 15, 1960. Native of Smithfield, N.C.
he practiced law in Tampa, Fla. from 1913
until 1933 when he went to Washington to
join the Department of Justice. At the time
he was appointed to the bench, he was U.S.
Assistant Attorney General. A sister and two
'13-Hu:Rv GRAnv DORSETT, 80, retired Bap-
tist minister who lived at Marion, died No-
vember 2I, 1960 in Charleston, S.C. where
he had been a hospital patient five years.
He formerly lived in Spartanburg. Three
daughters and three sons survive.
'16-JUNIUS HOLT WRIGHT, 71, born in Chat-
ham County, N.C., died November 25, 1960
in Broadalbin, N.Y. He attended UNC in
1912-13 and in 1916 went to New York
state where he was an insuranceman.
'17-ELI BEECHER WARDEN, 68, who had
worked with R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. III
Winston-Salem for 47 years, died there October 18, 1960. His wife survives.
'IS-HUBERT CVRUS BANKS, 63, in public school
work in Eastern N.C. for 23 years and later
in federal employment, died in Goldsboro
August 12, 1960. His wife survives.
'li-18-JuNlus EVERETT SMITH, 76, a Wake
Forest graduate who later took graduate
courses at UNC, died in Siler City, November 1I, 1960. He had lived alone in Chapel
Hill until three years ago.
'20-FRANK ERTEL CARLVLE, 63, died October
2, 1960 at his home in Lumberton of which
he was a native and where he began law
practice in 1921 after finishing at UNC. He
represented the 7th N.C. District in the U.S.
Congress in 1948-56. Earlier, he had been
Solicitor of the 9th Judicial District, 1937-
48. His widow and a daughter survive.
'20-JAMES WASHINGTON JOHNSON, 65, Register of Deeds of Cumberland County, died
at Fayetteville, October 28, 1960. His wife
and a daughter survive.
'20 AB, MS '22, PhD '24-HAVWOOD MAURICE
TAYLOR, 62, one of the original members of
the faculty of Duke Uni,v"!rsity Medical
School, died at Duke Hospital October 21,
1960. He was a native of Edgecombe Coun-
ty. Survivors include his wife, two daughters,
and a brother-Robert B. Taylor '28, Greensboro.
'21-LILLIE WHITAKER (Mrs. R. E.) PRICE.
69, native of Carrboro, died December 19,
1960 at Rutherfordton where her husband,
R. E. Price '18 is a retired newspaper publisher. He survives.
'22 AB-RoBERT WRIGHT PROCTOR, 60, died
at his home in Marion October 21, 1960. A
native of Lumberton, he taught school for
two years before studying law at UNC. He
began practice in Marion in 1926. Survivors
include his wife, three daughters who attended
UNC-Mrs. Sidney B. Turner, Jr. ' 54, Wythe-
ville, Va.; Mrs. William G. Clark III ' 56,
Tarboro; and Frances Gilkey Proctor,
Mar-ion-and a brother, Edward Knox Proctor
'23- BSCE-TRuss BOSTIC GUNTER, JR., 58,
bridge engineer with the State Highway Dc-
partment for 36 years, died October 30, 196J
in Raleigh. He was a native of Sanford. Hi.
'23 AB-RICHARD CARTWRIGHT CARMICHAEL,
58, formerly an official with Liggett & Myers
Tobacco Co. in Durham, died December 12,
1960 in Winston-Salem while visiting his
daughter. He had had a heart condition for
some time. As a student he was named the
University's first all-American basketball play-
er. Survivors include his wife, daughter (Mrs.
Thomas G. Eshelman ' 51), son (R. C. Car-
michael, Jr. ' 54, Charlotte), and three bro-
thers-William D. Carmichael, Jr. '21, Cha-
pel Hill; Martin Carmic"ael '25, and Robert
H. Carmichael '33, of New York.
'24-EDwARD ROGERS GOODYEAR, 57, died S
ep-tember 6, 1960 in Tryon, where he had been