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'lOs DECEASED: Clarence Pinkney Bolick (' 18, ' 20 BSEE), 102, of
Morganton, brigadier general and electric company
supervisor;July 14, 1998. Bolick was a veteran
of WWI and WWU, when he served in the
Army Engineer Corps, and was recalled to
active duty in Korea from 1948 to 1950. He
also worked for Westinghouse Electric Co.
and Duquesne Electric. , 20 A. Earle Ireland (' 28) of
S Alliance and his wife, Rose- bud, have celebrated their
70th wedding anniversary. Ireland, a retired
farmer, rurns 90 in December. ..... E. Lloyd
Willcox (' 25) of Charleston, S.c., is marking
his 70th year practicing law and says he's still
not ready to retire. Willcox, 94, continues to
be called "Student," a nickname he picked up
at UNC after receiving letters addressed to
"Student Lloyd Willcox."
Ernest Willoughby Car penter Jr. (' 26), 91,
of Greenwood, S.c., director of cotton procure-
ment with Greenwood Mills;July 4, 1998.
Carpenter was a member of the University's
boxing team, with only one defeat in two years.
..... Howell Newton "Doc" Guion (' 21 PhG),
98, of Raleigh, pharmacist; July 17, 1998.
Guion, a WWI Army veteran, finished first in
his class. He was owner of Guion Drug Store
in Marshville and worked as a licensed phar-
macist for 65 years. He also served as conmunder
of the local American Legion Post and led
numerous Union County agencies, including
the welfare board and the health board. The
town designated "H.N.'Doc' Guion Day" as a
tribute to his citizenship and service. At UNC
he was a member of the baseball team. ..... W.
R obert Johnson (' 29), 92, of Goldsboro, co-
founder ofa farm equipment company that
grew into a sawmill supply house; Aug. 7, 1998.
A past president of the North Carolina and
South Carolina Farm and Power Equipment
Association,Johnson was co-founder of Medlodist
College in Fayetteville. ..... Dr. Philip Ford
ParshIey (' 24), 96, of Pordand, Ore., physician
and wood craftsman; Aug. 6, 1998. Parshley, a
WWII Navy veteran, practiced medicine for
40 years. While president of the board of direc-
tors for Given Memorial Library, Parshley built
cabinets and display tables for a new wing; later,
another wing was named in his honor...... Dr.
Marion Buder Roberts (' 28 AD), 91, of Hills-
borough, physician; July 16, 1998. Roberts, a
Civil War history buff, practiced medicine for
40 years and described himself as a "country
doctor-a specialist on the skin and its contents:' ' 3 0 Beulah D avis D avis (' 38
SAD) of Mount Ulla received first place in the nation for
her published writing in a contest sponsored
by the National Society of the Daughters of
the American Revolution. ..... Edwin Timanus
"Tim" Elliot (' 39 AD) of West Des Moines,
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