'93 (AB)-EDWIN MOOD WILSON, 95, died
May 8 in Memorial Hospital at Chapel Hill.
He had retired in 1955 after a long career
as teacher, headmaster (1912-37) and
Headmaster Emeritus at Haverford School,
Haverford, Pa., becomin!; a resident of Orange
County at Ro'ute 3, Hillsborough. A native
of Lenoir, he won an AB at Guilford Col-lexe in 1892. He studied at Haverford Col-
lege, winning a master's degree there in 1894.
Honorary de!;rees had been awarded him by
the U. of Penna., Dickinson College, and
Rutgers Univ. Survivors include his son,
Hugh M. Wilson '33, Hillsborough; and a
brother, Dr. Louis Round Wilson '99, Chapel Hill.
' 9(, ('92-95)-CHARLES RANSOM EMHY, 94, r
e-tired merchant and planter of Weldon, died
there April 10. He is survived by his widow
(nee: Tone Tillman ' 19 LLB) and a daughter.
'04 (AB, law '07)-JAMES HORNER WINSTON,
83, retired attorney and native of Oxford,
died April 9 in Evanston, III. where he had
lived many years. Distinguished as UNC's
nrst Rhodes Scholar, he studied at Oxford
University from 1904-07 and received the
BS in jurisprudence there, Later he served
many years on the Rhodes Selection Commit-
tee. He practiced law more than 50 years
in Chicago and was known for his work
in tax lnd anti-trust fields. Surviving in
addition to his widow and four children
and a sister is a brother, Robert W. Win-
ston Jr. ' 12 of Clayton.
'Oi-06-Dr. JAMES OUEDIAH FITZGERALD JI\.,
82, for many years a physician in Richmond,
Va., died there March 20. He was a native of
Pelham, N. C and took his AB at Guilford
in '05, his MD at Univ. Medical Col., Rich-
mond. in 1913. His wife survives.
'06-07 law-JOHN RICI-IAI\O BARKEJ<, 86, an
attorney since 1925 at Greenville, N. C. died
August 2. 1967. His wife survives.
'08 ('04-05)-CHAHLES EDGAR BEAR, 84, died
April 13. He had lived in Roanoke, Va. for
many years. Contemporaries at UNC will re-
member him as "Cub" Bear, who played foot-
ball one year-a teammate of the famed
Hunter Carpenter '04-05. They played foot-
ball' also at VPI.
'II ('07-08)-WILLIAM CAMEHON HARDISON,
77, retired Anson County Tax Collector,
died March 26 in a Wadesboro nursing
home. Survivors include his widow, three
daughters, a brother, and a sister, Mrs.
C. B. Robson (Harriet Hardison, '31-32) of
Chape l Hill.
' 17 ('I.l-J6)-JOHN MILLER PEIRCE, 74, a na-
tive and resident of Warsaw, N, c., died
January 23, 1968. Survivors include his wid-
ow, , daughter-Mrs. Gordon R. Roboth.m
(nee: Margotet Ray Peirce, AB '48) of
West-po;·t, Conn.; and two brothers-Co!'
Christopher D. Peirce '08, San Antonio, Texas,
and Thomas B. Peirce Jr. '03.
' 18 (' 14-15)-CHARLES MEDFORD MEASE of
Taylors, S. c. , and formerly of Canton,
N. C" hos died.
' 18 (AB)-CLENON FESTUS BOYETTE, 70, retired mOtel operator of Ocrocoke, died there
suddenly on Jan. 20, He went to Ocracoke
in 1940 ro reach ,nd be principal of the
school rhere, and shortly thereafter went
into hotel work. Survivors include his widow,
:t son, and two daughters.
' 20 (,16-17)-JAMES LUTHER McNAIRY, 71,
died May 4 at his home in Charlotte where
he was associated with Superior Stone Co,
and earlier an auditor and accountant with
Southern Railroad. Survivors include his
widow, two sisters, and two brothers-one
of them .T. D. McNairy '32, of Greensboro.
'22 (AB)-JAMES NEVELAND JR., 66, died
April 30 in a Wilmington hospital following
a short illness. A Wilmington native, he
was senior partner in a leading accounting
firm. He had served as president of the
N. C. Ass'n of CPAs and headed the N. C.
Board of CPA Examiners, Survivors are his
wife, the former Edith Pratt, and brother,
Maj. Gen. Herbert B. Brand '26, Washing-
ton, D. C.
'23 (' 19-20)-Dr. R. LUTHER WHITEHURST,
66, a retired dentist who practiced in Rocky
Mount for over 30 years, died there April
16. Survivors include a daughter, Mrs, H.
Spencer Everett Jr. of Baltimore (nee: Bettie
Ann Whitehurst '61 AB Ed), and a sister.
'23 (law '21-22)-RICHMOND RUCKER, an at-
torney in Winston-Salem, died Jan. 7, 1967,
it has been reported to the Alumni Office.
'23 ( 19-20)-JULIAN ATWATER TURRENTINE
of Thomasville, Ga., died Sept, 12, 1967. He
was the son of the late S, B. Turrentine '84,
onetime President of Greensboro College, Sur-
vivors include a sister and a brother and
'24 (,20-22 )- CLARENCE COLUMBUS CATES, 65,
of Edenton, died in Norfolk, Va, April 26.
Survivors include two sons, a brother, John
Wm. Cates Jr. '24, of Fayetteville, and a
'24 (BS Com '26)-LEON IRVING SCHNEIDER,
65, Gastonia merchant and civic leader, died
in a Durham hospital May 5 following
sur-!;ery. He was a former Mayor of Gastonia,
of which he was a native. Survivors include
his wife, the former Naomi Nachamson of
Durham, and two children-a son and a
'26 ('22-25)-Lt. Col. WILLIAM J, EDWARDS,
62, died May 6 in a hospital in Asheville
where he had lived for some years, A re-
tired Army officer, he had been a specialist
in ordance and had served in U. S. posts
and for a period in Formosa. Among
survivors are a daughter, Mrs. Lane Falley,
Bangkok, Thailand; brother, and three
'27 (BSEE '30)-RoIlEIlT E. MASON SR., an
industrial equipment supplier in Charlotte,
died April lOin a private plane crash in
the mountains of north Georgia. Survivors
include his wife, the former Sallie Schenck
of Greensboro, and a son, Robert E. Mason
Jr. '56, also of Charlotte.
'28 (AB Ed; '39 MA)- GILIlERT ALLEN
TRIPP, 63, professor in the Department of
Social Sciences at Campbell College, Buies
Creek, N. c., died in a Raleigh hospital
on May 17. In addition to 23 years at Buies
Creek, he had earlier been in the public
schools of North Carolina and Tennessee for
many years. Survivors include his widow,
three sisters and three brothers.
'28 ('24-25)-WiLLlAM DAVID BINKLEY of
Route One, Lewisville, died in July, 1965.
His widow survives.
'28 (AB)-Miss ELIZABETH ANN ("LIB")
DAVIS, formerly a teacher at Brevard Ele-
mentary School, died April 16, 1966. She
entered UNC from Lexington after attend-
ing St . Mary's. Among survivors are
brother, Charles W. Davis of Brevard.
'28 (AB)-RALPH WILSON NOE, 61, a native
of Beaufort, died at his home in New York
City on March 27. As a UNC student he
was on the debating team four years, and
upon graduation joined Irving Trust Co,
in New York. In 1930 he received the JD
degree from NYU and practiced law in
New York from 1932 till his death, Sur-
vivors include his widow, two sons, a brother
and two sisters.
'28 ('24-26)- Maj. FRANK DUKE CRINKLEY,
60, died April 4. A graduate of the U. S,
Naval Academy, he was a native of Ra-
leigh and a career officer in the service. Sur-
vivors include twO brothers and l sister.
'29 (AB '37, BSLS '55)- ARNOLD BORDEN, 59,
of Chapel Hill, who had been a librarian at
UNC, died April 2. He was a native of
Goldsboro. Survivors include his widow, a
son and a daughter, and five sisters.
'30 ('27-27)-WALTER THERON CHERRY, 59,
an insurance executive and town alderman
for 10 years in Mount Olive, died at his
home May 2. His wife survives as do a
daughter and two sons-Mrs. Floyd H.
Wentz (nee: Starkey Cherry, AB Ed, '61)
of Raleigh; Marcus C. S. Cherry III, BSBA
'58, Mount Olive; and Walter T. Cherry
Jr. '64, Mount Olive.
'33 (AB Ed)-BENJAMIN FRANKLIN PATRICI\
of Greensboro died suddenly at his home
on May 3, 1966, following a cerebral hemor-
rhage. Survivors include his widow arid
'37 ('33-35)-JAMES FRANKLIN BLUE JR., 51,
of Parkton, N, C. died May 29, 1967. Among
survivors are two sons-James F. Blue III,
LLB '63, Asheville; and Don Burress Blue
'71, a UNC freshman.
'38 ('34-35)-SroNEY IVEY CAIN, 54, of Fay-
etteville died April II, 1968. Among
survivors arc his widow, Mrs. Myra C. Cain
who is employed at Womack General Hos-
pital, Fort Bragg.
'40 ('36-39)-GEORGE EDWARD PERRIN JR.,
48, a Greensboro accountant, died April 7
ill a Durham hospital following a brief illness. He had lived in Greensboro 39 years
and served in World War II combat as an
Air Force bombardier. Survivors include his
widow ,three sons, a daughter, his parents,
and three brothers, Robert P. Perrin '42 of
Greensboro, James R. Perrin '46 of Potomac,
Md., and A Morvin Perrin '57 of Raleigh.
'43 (BS Med Tech)-Mrs. Thomas Jefferson
Bell Jr, (nee: JULIA SPOTTS MEBANE) of
Columbia, S. c" died unexpectedly March
15. She entered UNC from Davidson. Sur-
vivors include her husband, UNC '42-43,
'43 (AB; '44 cert med)- Dr. HENRY BURWELL
"BOCK" MARROW JR. of Los Angeles, Cal.,
died March 6. Survivors include his mother
and father, Henry B. Marrow ' 12 of
'51 (BS Physics, MS '59)-CHARLES ALLAN
NORTHEND, 39, died March 6 in Palo Alto,
Calif. where he had been associated with the
Stanford Research Institute as a meterologist
and physicist for the past three'years in
employ of Lockheed Aircraft. He is sur-
vived by his wife and three sOfls.
'52 (JD)-WILLIAM HAYWOOD BOBBITT JR"
42-year-old Charlotte lawyer, died April 13
in a Charlotte hospital. He was a '49 BS
graduate of Davidson College. Survivors in-
clude his widow, his father, N. C. Supreme
Court Associate Justice W. H. Bobbitt '21
of Raleigh, and three sisters, including Mrs.
Dan Schuyler Moss '57 (AB Ed) of Enfield,
and Mrs. John William Carter '46 of Mor-
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