'97-98-MONTAGUE GRAHAM CLARK, 82, died
Feb. 24, [963, at his home in DonaLsonville,
Ga. He was a native of Mecklenburg County, N. C. His wife, two sons, two daugh-
ters and grandchildren survlve.
'98 PhB-OsCAR MIl.TON SUTTLE, 85, formerly
of Shelby and onetime an attorney with the
Federal Land Bank in Columbia, S. c., died
Sept. 12, 1960, ill the Methodist Home in
Orangeburg, S. C.
'99 AB, '46 Han. LLD-FR.ANCIS \VILLIAM
CoKER, 84, a retired Yale professor and
noted authority on political tbeory and con-
stitutional law, died May 25, 1963, in
\Val-lingford, Conn. He had also taugbt at Mis-
souri, Princeton, Ohio State and UNC. Sur-
vivors are his wife, a daughter, four grandchildren, and a brother, ROBERT ERVIN
COKER of Chapel Hill, '96 BS and '97 MS.
'99-01-HAYWOOD RENICK FAISON, 78, re-
tired civil engineer, of Arlington, Va., died
Feb. 25, 1962. A native of Clinton, the ex-
cellency of his work as an Army engineer on
rivers and harbors was recognized by Presi-
dent Hoover in a special citation. His wife
'03 AB-HAROLD WHITEHURST, 84, retired
coLlege and high school teacher, died March
27, 1963, in New Bern of which he was a
native. He held an MA degree from Colum-
'03-04-NoRMAN WALKER LYNCH, 78, formerly with Pleasant's Drug Store in Louisburg, died May l5, 1962, in the Veterans
Hospital in Salisbury. He ahd been hospi-
talized six years as the result of a faLL
'05-06-CHARLES MrCHAEL Fox, 82, died May
10, 1963, at his horne in Asbeboro, where
he had been a civic leader for many years.
Before his retirement in 1950, he was pro-
prietor of tbe Asheboro Drug Co. Survivors
include his wife, three sons, and a daughter,
three of these attending UNC at Chapel
HJI: HOWARD S. Fox '37, Wlnston-Salem;
CHARLESANNA Fox '39, Asheboro; and JOHN
H. Fox '39, Asheboro. A brotber, four sis-
ters, and six grandchildren also survive.
'07-08-ADLAI WALTER BIZZELL, 72, retired
farmer of Newton Grove, N. C., di~d April
17, 1963. Survivors include his wife, three
daughters, and one son-OSCAR M. BIZZELL
'42 of Gaithersburg, Md.
'[0-1I-GEORGE SUMPTER BLACKWELDER, re-
tired president of the Blackwelder Oil Co. of
Hickory, died Jan. 12, 1963.
'13-15-LENOX DANIEL RAWLINGS, 68, of
Wilson died there June 6, 1963. After Navy
service in World War I he became associated
with the Carolina Builders Supply Co. From
1931 until his retirement he was in the to-
bacco industry. His son, LENOX D. RAWL-
INGS, JR., of Wilson, is UNC '42.
'14 LLB-KENNETH RAYNOR ELLINGTON, 74,
of Asheville died Sept. 2, 1962. He is sur-
vived by his wife, whose address is Chu.nn's
Cove, Asheville, N. C.
'14-l5-The Rev. DAVID VIRGIL PIKE, 74, who
held pastorates in many parts of North Caro·
lina and taught in North Carolina public
schools for 17 years, dled May 24, 1963, at
his home near Siler City. Survivor inelude
his wife and three sons.
'19-20-]. MICAH PATE, 60, of Goldsboro,
president of the Pate-Dawson Companies of
Goldsboro and Burlington, president of the
Pate Derby Companies of Raleigh and Fay-
etteville, and president of the Urethane Sales
Company of North Carolina, died June 9,
1963, at Duke Hospital in Dllrham. Among
survivors arc a son, J. MICAH PATE, JR., '57,
of Goldsboro, and a daugbter, Mrs. Charles
P. Schuch (nee: CECILE HOPE PATE, grad-
uate stlldent '52-53) of Raleigh.
'25-26-EDGAR CLYDE (Skinnay) ENNIS, JR.,
56, widely known bandleader and singer,
died June 2, 1963, in a Los Angeles, Calif.,
restaurant when he was suffocated by a bite
of meat that lodged in his windpipe. He entered UNC from Salisbury. Survivors include his ex-wife and an 11-year-old son,
'30 PhD-MINNIE MAY BRASHEAR of Kirks-
ville, Mo., retired assistant professor of Eng-
lish at the University of Missouri where she
was first graduated in 1908, died April 1,
'30-Jl-BuRREL JOHN (Bud) SHORE, JR., 51,
of Bristol, Va., a business partner of the
Whitaker-Shore Brokerage Co., died May 28,
1963, in Bristol. Survivors inelude his wife,
two sons, and two brothers.
'3[ BSCE-ARTHUR. EUGENE REYNOLDS, 54,
a civil engineer with the Federal Bureau of
Public Roads, died June 6, 1963, in Ra-lelgh, where he had lived for 15 years. Sur-
vivors include his wife, three sons, two
grandchildren, two sisters, and a brother-PAUL B. REYNOLDS '38, of Salisbury.
'36-39-GEORGE S. ATTMORE, 43, who was as-
sociated with his father in a Washington,
N. c., automobile agency for a number of
years, died there June 1, 1963. Survivors
are his wife, his mother, a son, and a daugh-
'38-39 graduate student- LLOYD WALTER
CHAPIN, 61, associate director of the South-
ern Regional Education Board and Regents'
Professor of English Emeritus at Georgia
Tech, died April 8, 1963, in Atlanta, Ga.
Survivors are his wife, two sons, his mother,
and a sister.
'40 MA- JAMES RUSSELL McDONALD, 65, of
Decatur, Ill., died there April 4, 1963. He
was first graduated at James Millikin Uni-
versity in 1918. Survivors include his wife.
'44-CARL A. PRIDGEN, 40, died March 3,
1963, at his home in Tazwell, Va. He was
native of Beaufort and graduated at high
school in Chapel Hill in 1940. Survivors are
his mother, three sisters, and two brothers.
'44 MA- MIsS DORIS REBECCA SHARPE, 40, a
teacher at Sacramento Junior College, died
April 13, 1963, at her home in Sacramento,
Calif. A native of Guilford County and a
'42 graduate of WCUNC, she is survived by
her mother, a sister, and four b;others-in-eluding Dr. EUGENE SHARPE '49 of
Asheville, and JOHN L. SHARPE '50 of Enoree,
'48 BS Com-WILBURB LEE ("Bill") PADGETT,
39, Raleigh insurance man, was killed June
6, 1963, when he feU 35 feet from the roof
of the apartment house in which he lived.
He slipped while working on his television
antenna atop the chimney. A native of Rocky
Mount, he was an Air Corps flyer before
attending UNC. Survivors are his wife, two
children, his parents, and a sister. He had
recently attained membership in the select
"Million Dollar ROllnd TabLe."
'49-50 graduate student-MISS JENNY DEAN
BARTON of Montgomery, Ala., died there
Jan. 13, 1962. She was a graduate of Hunt-
'52-5J-ANDREW FRED GmSON, 34, sales mana-
ger for Jefferson Productions of Charlotte,
died May 29, 1963, in Leaksville. Survivors
are his wife, two sons, his mother, and 2
'60 M5-RoBERT L. KOSTOHRYZ of West, Texas,
died March 8, 1963. He received his AB at
the University of Texas in 1955. He was
formerly a wage-hollr investigator with U.S.
Department of Labor.