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The First Lady of the Land Bach From Day in Philadelphia May J oin President at Camp. MRS. HOOVER returned to the White House last evening from Philadelphia, where she at tended a meeting of the So ciety of Friends. She was ac companied to the Quaker City by Mrs. Charles D. Walcott. Mrs. Hoover is ex pected to join the President in their Rapidan camp late this afternoon and return with him tomorrow. Visitors From Isthmus Feted at Panama Legation. The Minister of Panama and Senora de Alfaro will entertain a company of 14 at dinner this evening at the legation in compliment to their cousins. Senor Mar tin F. Sosa and Senora de Sosa of Pan ama City and New York, who are their guests over Sunday. Representative and Mrs. Guy U Hardy had as guests at dinner in their home, at 2017 Belmont road, last eve ning Representative and Mrs. Burton L. French, Representative Will R. Wood, Representative Grant M. Hudson. Rep resentative Willis G. Sears and Repre sentative John E. Nelson. Representative Fred A. Britten will leave Washington today for Chicago where he will spend about a week. The chief of staff, U. S A., and Mrs Charles P. Summerall will not observe their day at home tomorrow. Miss Norths Louise Porter, daughter Os the Interstate Commerce Commis sioner and Mrs. Claude Rodman Porter, entertained at luncheon followed by bridge in honor of Miss Ruth Alice Dickinson, daughter of Representative and Mrs. L. J. Dickinson, whose mar riage to Mr.. Rollin Hunter of Des Moines will take place April 26. The company included Mrs. Dickinson, mother of t.he bride-elect; Mrs. Call Dickinson, Miss Virginia Frye, Mrs. The New Spring Fashions Fancy Ijj Correspondence Papers H \YM. RAI.T.AXTYNE & SON'S BOOKSELLERS AND 1I 71 T,' C f P STATIONERS 1 i i Ji. Select Your Monument here. See your own choice tn it* nmsnea etate GRANITE—MARBLE. Reasonable prices. A-l materials, best workmanship. Washington Granite Monumental Co., Inc. WILLIAM JARDINE. Secty 44H N It. Are. N.tV. Natl. 0810 H <p - ■ * , One of the Service Features of This Entrancing Community OUR private de luxe bus maintains regular schedule to and from Chevy Chase Circle ; and with its uniformed chauffeur may he summoned day or night for the private accommodation of residents in Kenwood. A con venience that links Kenwood with the city, leaving you free to enjoy your home in the ideal environment of this exclu sive community unconcerned about safe and comfortable transportation. THE glory of the cherry blossom display in Potoirac t Park prompts the reminder that miles of avenues in Kenwood are bordered with these same beautiful flowering Yoshmos—already bursting into bloom, prophetic . of the wonderful scene wdiich their early maturity insures. We have completed three new Kennedy-Chamherlin Development Co. I 2400 Sixteenth Street Columbia 7280 ■'■■■■ 1 ""IT 11 ' SOCIETY. Gerald Flood. Miss Gladys Steven, Miss Eleanor Branson. Mrs. Everette Frye, Miss Ruth Reed, Miss Ruth Tweed!, Miss Eleanor Cropley, Miss Martha Garber, Miss Katharine Keifner, Miss Elizabeth Van Brakle, Miss Isabel Southgate, Miss Margaret Moore, Miss Margaret Wait, Miss Marjorie Agnew, Miss Lavina Merrick, Miss Jane Wilson, Miss Virginia Forward, Mrs. George Porter, Miss Winifred Beall. Miss Edith Brookhart, Mrs. Edwin Martin, Miss Dorothy Hurtz, Miss Charlotte Simpson, Miss Dorothy Porter and Mrs. Porter, mother of the hostess. The retiring first secretary of the Peruvian embassy and Senora de Bedoya will sail from New York today for Rome, where Senor de Bedoya will take up his duties at the Peruvian embassy at the Vatican City. Maj. S. Munson Corbett, Medical Corps. U. S. A., who was sanitary in spector of the office of public buildings and public parks, until relieved last Fall, is now visiting in Washington. Maj. Corbett, who is now stationed at Fort, Sam Houston. San Antonio, Tex., held the post of professor of military science and tactics at George Washing ton University Medical School, while on duty here. Dance Tonight in Honor of Miss Roebling and Mr. Hagner. Miss Caroline Roebling and her fiance, Mr. Alexander Burton Hagner, will be guests at a merry little dance tonight given in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Leiter on Dupont Circle, and with their son, Mr. Thomas Leiter, Mr. Robert R. Hitt, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Reynolds Hitt, and Mr. Spotts wood White as hosts. The wedding day of Miss Roebling. daughter of Mrs. Arthur O'Brien, and Mr. Hagner. who is the son of Mr. Randall H. Hagner of Washington and Mrs. Adelbert Potter of Riverside, Greenwich,,Conn., is in the near future and will be one of the most important j weddings of the Spring season. Mr. Hagner’s mother was, before ' marriage. Miss Anna Rice Lawrence, ; daughter of Mrs. Augustine Nicholas ! Lawrence and the late Mr. Lawrence, 1 Mrs. Lawrence now making her home at the Hotel Plaza in New York City. ! Both Mrs. Potter and her mother have 1 many friends in Washington. Mrs. John Henry Dwight was hostess to a company of 40 at dinner followed by dancing at the National Woman s Country Club last evening, entertain ing for her house guests. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hill and their daughter, Miss Barbara Hill, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Crain and their daughter. Miss Vir ginia Crain, and Miss Louise McPher THE EVENING STAR. WASHINGTON, D. C„ SATURDAY, APRIL 5, 1930. son, all of Saginaw, Mich., who will remain several days. Dr. and Mrs. James A. Lyon motored to Middleburg, Va., this morning to attend the races and the dance this evening to be given Mr. and Mrs. Wil liam D. Mitchell. Mrs. John A. Hull and Mrs. George Mesta also motored to Middleburg for the races and the dance. Miss Emily Pilkinton entertained for Miss Jeanne Gravatte at luncheon at the Hay-Adams House today. The guests included the wedding party of Miss Gravatte and Lieut. Le Page Cron miller, United States Marine Corps, whose wedding will take place shortly. The color scheme of the table was lav ender and yellow, with lavender sweet peas and yellow jonquils and tulips. | In the company were Mrs. Nell W. Gra -1 vatte, Mffc. R. E. Pilington, Miss Louise ’ Nevius, Miss Dorothy Collins, Miss Vir ■ gima Jackson, Mrs. Albert Moore, Mrs. ■ Charles Raeder and Miss Margaret ! McAllister. i ’ Miss Edith Bull, daughter of Mrs. ' Archibald G. Stirling, entertained at ’ luncheon today in honor of Miss Fran ces Sloane Worrall of New York, who , has been with her mother, Mrs. S. , Grace, at the Carlton Hotel for several . days. r Mr. David Hunt Blair returned yes terday to his apartment, in the Ward man Park Hotel, after a trip to Norm 1 Carolina. Mrs. Blair, fcho has been • passing a short time at Virginia Beach, i started yesterday by motor for Win : ston-Salem, N. C., where she will be until the middle of next week, when t she will join Mr. Blair at the hotel. ’ Mrs. H. H. Jacobs entertained at ■ dinner last evening in honor of Mrs. i John Fessler of Minneapolis, who is visiting her sister-in-law, Miss Ruth Fessler, secretary to Mrs. Hoover. Others in the company were Miss Janet Brown, Miss Anne Larrabee and Mrs. Raymond Miller. After the dinner the company was entertained at bridge by Miss Janet Brown, whose additional guests, included Miss Marguerite Owen, • Miss Hazel Hart, Mrs. Harry E. Ralph, Miss Eleanore Leech and Miss Virginia Brr>wn, sister and house guest of the hostess, who is in Washington for the Spring vacation from Swarthmore Col lege, where she is a teacher. Col. Wade H. Cooper is spending the week end in Charleston, S. C. Mrs. Charles Chadduck of Grafton, W. Va., is visiting her son and daugh ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Harry Chad duck, cn Cathedral avenue, who will have also as their guests Mr. and Mrs. J. Donald Chadduck of Boston, Mass., who have just returned from a visit to | the Far East. Mrs. Charles H. Thiele and Mrs. R. j Black of Philadelphia are visiting Mrs. Meredith Fellows, in Takoma Park. Mrs. Lawrence H. Quirollo has ar | rived in Washington and is the guest |of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. j and Mrs. P. D. Johnston, in their home I at 3610 Kanawha street, Chevy Chase. [ Mrs. Quirollo w r ill again spend the Summer in travel and will sail in June i for Norway, Sweden and the continent. i Former Gov. Angus W. McLean of North Carolina has arrived in Wash ington and is at the Carlton for a brief stay. , . Mr. and Mrs. H. Freeman Matthews have arrived in Washington and are making their home at the Wardman Park Hotel. Mr. Matthews has been connected with the United States lega tion at Bogota, Colombia, and was re cently transferred to the Department of State. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Binger of New York City entertained a small party at dinner last evening at the Carlton, where they are stopping while in Wash ington. Marriage Last Evening of Miss Lang to Mr. Ingram. The marriage of Miss Dorothy E. Lang, daughter of Mrs. E. F. Lang, to Mr. Kenneth W. Ingram took place last evening at 8 o’clock at the home of the Rev. B. H. Melton, pastor of the Ninth Street Christian Church. The ceremony was witnessed by relatives and a iew friends. The bride was attended by her sister, Miss Florence L. Lang, as maid of honor and the best man was Mr. Charles B. Kipps, nephew of the bride groom. Mr. and Mrs. Ingram will be at home after April 15 at 1321 Bel mont street northwest, where they have taken an apartment. Miss Dorothy Wulf of the American University faculty entertained at a tea at the women’s residence hall at American , University yesterday. Miss Mary M. Galt and Miss Dorothy Ran dolph presided at the tea table and Miss Wulf was assisted in receiving by Miss Sarah Martz. Miss Sally Marean, Miss Beatrice Adams, Miss Betty Han cock, Miss Mary Scull and Miss Frances Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lawman of Detroit, Mich., who spent the Winter in Florida, are now the house guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Lawman of 5711 1 Sixteenth street northwest. Mr. Law man is one of Detroit's expert golf players. Mr. and Mrs. Allan C. Dodson and their daughter, Miss Dorothy S. Dod son, have motored to Washington from their home in Bethlehem, Pa., accom panied by Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Armi stead, also of Bethlehem, and are stop ping at the Carlton. Mr. and Mrs. Ashley T. Cole and their sons. Mr. Ashley T. Cole, jr„ and Mr. Hugh Cole, who have been motoring in Virginia, are now at the Wardman Park Hotel for several days. They will return to their home in New York tomorrow as the Horace Mann School, which the boys attend, will reopen on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roland L. Taylor ol Philadelphia, Pa., are passing some time , at the Carlton. I Mr. John R. Lelghty and Mr. Charles | Hansel have returned to the Wardman Park Hotel after passing u short time at the Summerville Onuntry Club at Sum merville, near Charleston, S. C. Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wilson. jr„ and their daughter motored to Washington and are at the Cairo Hotel for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel L. James and their son, Mr. Daniel L. James, jr.. are passing a week or 10 days at the Ward man Park Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. James 1 will later go to New York for a visit be fore returning to theii home in Kan sas City, and Mr. James, jr, will return to Yale, where he is a student. Lecture Monday Evening By Mrs. Wood Aids League. Mrs. Wilson Compton heads the com mittee from the League of the Covenant w-hich is making the arrangement for the illustrated travel talk ••Rediscover ing Corsica.” which Mrs. Charles Wood will give Monday evening in the Y. W C. A. auditorium for the benevolences of the league. The League of the Covenant is an in teresting organization of young women in the Church of the Covenant which plays an important part in local chari ties. For many years it supported a visiting nurse, and at present is main taining the only free circulating library in Georgetown and a very interesting industrial school Saturday mornings in Peck Memorial Chapel. The board of trustees of the Cor- COLONIAL ANTHRACITE “Guaranteed No Slate. No Cttnfcera" Ath tha Man Who Use» It Ralph J. Moore Coal Co. 1406 N. Cap. St. Pot. 0970 Pot. 0971 Why Pay for Everything Chambers will give the whole funeral, cars a.— $lO0 Up casket for.. STEEL VAULTS. Best that money can 'klf buy are only WUv All Prices Include the Sincere Service of The Greater CHAMBERS Co. Offices and Chapels 14th Cor. Chapin N.W. Phone Columbia 0432 INSTALL A QUIET MAY NOW! NOW... ... is the best time to install a Quiet MAY Automatic Oil Burner in your home. Ordinarily the purchase of a Quiet MAY includes installation of the burner, the tank and accessories . . . that’s all. But if you are prepared to place your order now, we are prepared to do a lot of extra work for you. A ’phone call to National 1453 will bring you full facts and details of this special offer which will probably never be duplicated. j After April 15tli this offer will he withdrawn. Quiet MAY Automatic OIL BURNER COLUMBIA SPECIALTY CO. 1201 Eye Street N.W. • % ' coran Gallery of Art has issued cards announcing a special exhibition of "The Geneva Drawings,” sketches and por traits made during the eighth, ninth and tenth assemblies of the League of Nations and others recently executed at Florence by Violet Oakley, N. A., which will be on public view in the gallery to morrow until Sunday, April 27. The ex hibition will Include the portfolio of re productions of Miss Oakley's mural paintings in the State Capitol of Penn sylvania entitled “The Holy Experiment” and “The Opening of the Book of the Law.” Mrs. Frank Keefer, president of the District of Columbia Golf Association, will entertain a small company at lunch eon Monday, following the “miniature tournament” at the Chevy Chase Club Monday morning at 9:30 o’clock. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Chadwick of Wilmington, Del., are spending several days at the Dodge Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Roger D. Mellick of Plainfleid, N. J„ are at the Carlton for a few days, accompanied by their ■ daughter, Miss Catharine G. Mellick, and their young son, Roger D. Mellick. Miss Ellen Miller of the Merrill Palmer School in Detroit is at the Dodge Hotel for the week end. Mrs. Bertha M. Laws, headmistress of the Agnes Irwin School in Philadel phia. is at the Dodge Hotel while at tending the Progressive Education As sociation convention. Miss Laws is accompanied by Miss Edith M. Murphy, also of Philadelphia. Y. W. C. A. Business and Professional Women's Dinner. The last dinner of this season to be given by the business and professional women's department of the Young Women’s Christian Association will be held in the Seventeenth and K streets building Wednesday evening at 6:30 o’clock, with Mrs. Anne Tillery Ren shaw as chief speaker of the occasion. Mrs. Renshaw will speak on “The Se cret ol Success,” and Miss Minna Nle man, Washington pianist, will give the musical poriton of the program. Presiding at the dinner will be Miss Eleanor Eckhardt, president of the Washington Quota Club, who recently has been elected a member of the board of directors of the Young Women's Christian Association. Miss Bertha Pabst has charge of res ervations for this final dinner meetir for this Winter of business and profes sional women associated with the Young Women’s Christian Association. Reser vations will close Tuesday evening. The presidents of the Girl Reserve j Clubs in the senior high schools in the city are ushers for the children's mati | nee of "Snow White and the Se%’en Dwarfs” this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock I hi Barker Hall of the Young Women's : Christian Association Building, at Sev enteenth and K streets. Miss Kathryn Lyons of Eastern High i School is head usher, assisted by Miss Thais Spencer of Central High Re serves. Miss Alice Althen of Eastern High Reserves, Miss Dorothv Harper , Miss Charlotte Hobbs. Miss Henrietta Goodner and Miss Jerry Upson, all of Western High School. Mrs. George A. Glynn of Watertown, N. Y„ is at the Carlton for a few days, accompanied by her daughter Mis 1 -' Ruth Glynn. Mr. and Mrs. Julian D'Este and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. W. Pierce, all of Mont clair, N. J„ are at the Carlton for sev eral days. The Art Promoters' Club will hold a special exhibition of the work of its members this afternoon from 4 to 7 o'clock in the banquet room of the Carlton Hotel, to which all art patrons m Washington are invited. The showing today will include oil and water-color work by Mr. Rowland Lyon. Mr. Philip Fletcher Bell, Mrs. Eva Colborn and Mr. Edward MacDonald: a collection ol charcoal studies by Mr. Clyde Wortham. Miss Marie La Cavera and others; an unusual display of ceramic art by Miss Mae Henriette Vance and interesting | wax models done by Mrs. Margaret Rol ler. In addition to the junior artist group there will be a number of new paintings by Miss Hildegarde Hamilton who closed her one-woman exhibit at the Carlton last week. Miss Hamilton has entered new paintings for today's showing. The reception this afternoon will also open the exhibit of Miss Elizabeth Muhlhofer, Washington artist, which will include a number of smaller paint ings, ts well as the more expensive work, which will hang on the mezzanine floor under the auspices of the Art Pro moters throughout this month. Miss Margaret Louise O'Brien, vice president of the society, will head the receiving line today aiid introduce the guests to the artists. Mme. Josephine C. de Lagnel will preside at the tea table, assisted by Mrs. J. Fairfield Car penter. Mrs. Arthur Becket McCrone, Mrs. Huntington Kidd and Miss Mitti" : Eugenia Burch. The board of directors of the Wom en’s Christian Association gave a lunch con in the home at 1719 Thirteenth street yesterday. A three-course lunch eon was served, the table appointments were l carried out in the Easter colors, yellow, white and green, and the tables were centered with crystal bowls filled with Easter flowers. The guests included Miss Mabel Thurston, Mrs. John Bennett. Central Union Mission: Mrs. Ben Webster, Y. W. C. A.; Mrs. Ford. Travelers Aid; (toft 0! (Etjanka. SAKEMAN. FLOYD M. I wish to thanlc our many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and most beautiful floral tribute at the death of Mr. FLOYD M. SAKEMAN MRS. FANNIE GARDNER. * BARTON. ANNA H. On Friday. April 4. 1930. at 11:40 p.m-.. at the residence of her son. 1828 North Capitol st, ANNA H. EAR TON, aged 78 years. Funeral from the chapel of Thos. S. Hergeon, 1011 7th «t. n.w., on Monday. April 7, at 2 p.m. Rela tives and friends Invited to attend. Inter ment at Prospect Hill Cemetery. 6* BLEISTIF.N. MARIE J. On Saturday. April 5. 1930. MARIE J. BLEISTIEN. Notice of funeral hereafter. BUNDY, ZEN'OBIA MILLER. Departed this life Tuesday. April 1. 1930, at 4:10 am., at her residence. 403 O st. n w,. ZENOBIA MILLER BUNDY, beloved daughter of Delllla Bundy end the late Attorney James 1 F. Bundy and devoted sister of Della Bundy Wilson. She also leaves to mourn their loss two devoted aunts. Harriett Freeman and Sarah Wilson: brother-in-law. J. Franklin Wilson, and also other rela tives and friends. Remains on view at her late residence. 403 O st. n.w , Wednes day, April 2. 1930. after 6 p.m. Funeral Saturday. April 5. at 1 p.m. from the Sec ond Baptist Church. 3rd st. between H and Eye sts. n.w. Relatives and iuends invited. *s* CARTER. MAMIE ARMSTEAD. Departed this life April 4. 1930. alter a long illness. MAMIE ARMSTEAD CARTER. She leaves to mourn their loss a devoted brothe:. Robert Armstead, and two nieces, Evelyn and Royena Armstead, and a host of oth er relatives and friends. Remains vesting temporarily at Robert Campbell's funeral home. 423 4 ' j st. s.w., until Sunday. April i 8. thence to her late home. 1256 Carroll burg st. s.w. Funeral Mondav, April 7. at 1 p.m . from Zion Baptist Church. F rt. between 4*g and 3rd sts. s.w.. Rev. William Washington officiating. 6 CLARKE. LI’CY. Departed this life Wedres- 1 day. April 2. 1930. at her residence. 433 M at. n.w., LUCY CLARKE, beloved daughter of Nannie Starks. She also leaves to mourn their less live .sters. three brothers and a host of other relatives and iriends. Remains resting at Wm. T. Tolbert's fu neral home, 1308 Sth st. n.w. Funeral from I the above named funeral home Sunday. , April 6. at 2 p m , Rev. Hollman officiating [ Relatives and friends invited. 6’ CRARILL, IRENE M. On Saturdav. April > 5. 1930. at her residence 1747 P st. nw . I IRENE M CRABILL. beloved wife of Dr M. Bertrum Crabili. Notice ol funeral in tomorrow morning s Star. CROSBY. HAMPTON. On Friday. April 4 at 907 Columbia road n.w., HAMPTON . CROSBY, husband of Louise Crosbv. Re- I , mains at Fraziers funeral home. 389 R. I. ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. DYSON. MARY AI.BERTA. On Thursday. > April 3. 1930, at her residence. 1335 C M . S.f, MARY ALBERTA DYSON, devoted , wife of Isaac Dyson, devoted mother of : Franee L. Dyson, daughter of Mary Hol -1 ton and sister of Florence Bolton. Fu i ncrrl Monday. April 7. at 9 a m . from St Cyprian's Church. 13th and C sts se. Remains resting at W. Ernest Jarvis fu neral church, 1432 You st. n.w., until 4 pm. Saturday; thereafter at her late residence 6 ■ F V'" R . *I'BAN. Ob Thursday. April 3. ■ yVSc.?, I her residence. 213 Morgan st. n.w.. . SUSAN FULLER. btlovM mother of thp Hattie Wells and Rrandmother ot Clement A Wells. Remains resting at L E Murray & Son funeral parlors. 12th j»nd 4 X 4t ‘«, n w Funeral Sunday. April 6. from * Florica Avenue Baptist Church, at 1 p.m. * GIBSON. CHARLES I'. On Friday. April 4, l 1930- at his residence, Capitol View. Md, i CHARLES U . beloved husband of Annie E. • ;. Gibson. Services at the S H Hines Co. ' > funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. Monday, j ■ I April 7. at 1 p m Interment in Bethel I | Cemetery. Alexandria. Va. 6 GREENFIELD. CLARA V. Saturday. April 5 * | 1030. nl Baltimore. V . CLARA V. ! 5 GREENFIELD, beloved wife of William t . Gieenfield and sister of Mrs Job l ! | Woerner, Miss Bessie Brown and Walter A. ! Brown. Funeral eervires at Olenwood j Cemetery Monday. April 7. Interment j 1 j Gler.wood Cemetery. E HAGAN WILLIAM JOSEPH. On Thursday. April 3. 1930. at his residence. 2606 Fort | Stanton rd. .« e , WILLIAM JOSEPH, d<--i | voted husband of Addle Hagan. Funeral | Monday April 7. from Our Lady of Per- | ! Pettial Help Church, where ’eouiem mass will be said at 9 a m. for the repose of her i soul. Interment Rosemont Cemetery. 6 1 HATCHER. DORA. Suddenly, on flaturdav.j Aprli 5. 1930. at her residence. 1605 En-t- | ern ave, Kenilworth. Md . DORA, be! .ved ■ wife of Joseph D. Hatcher. Funeral from < the Wm. H. Sardo A Co. funeral chapel, j I 412 H "t. ne. on Mondav. April 7.2 p m , Relatives a«ui friends invited to attend. 6 j I HOLTON, ALBERTA DYSON. The officers ; i 1 and members of St. Augustine s Ladies'' Auxiliary. No 73. Knithts St. John, and! . District Auxiliary. No 2. Knchts St. John, arc hereby notified of death of our 'ate . * ter. ALBERT A DYSON HOLTON. Call! meeting Sunday evening. April 6. 6:30 p.m . 1 St. Cyprian's Hall. Order of Pres. ELLA . F WATKINS. Hec Sec C HAWKINS. Dis-I tuet Pres CHARLOTTE C LfCKETT. R»t , bee ISADORE M. SMACKUM. * j I JOHNSON. JOSEPH P. Suddenly on Satur- ] i day. April 5. 1930. at 7am, at the resi- . i rience of his daughter, Mrs. Herman A. Meyers. 1222 29th st. n.w., JOSEPH P. i ! JOHNSON, beloved husband ol the late ! Einma L. Johnson, aged 80 years. Funeral ’ | from the above residence Monday. April ; I 7. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends in i vited Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. 6 j MAKELL. ANNIE C. Departed this life Frl I day. April 4. 1930. at 10 a m.. at her resi dence. 611 New Jersey ave. n.w.. ANNItC i C. MAKELL. loving cousin of Sarah Jones ! Lula Poland. Mamie Taylor. Marie Ber.net. i Albert and Annie Jones. Notice ol funeral I I later. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis Co. lunerai church. 1432 U st. n.w. ! AKEI.L. ANNIE C. Officers and members; ! of Foiest Temple. No. 9. I. B. P. O. E. ot ] W., are requeued to meet in a session cl I sorrow ftaturoay. April 5. 8 p.m . at the Elks’ Home. 15th and Q sts. n.w., io gr l lange for the funeral of Daughter ANNic C. MAKELL. Notice of funeral liter. . „ LINDA FORI ONE. D. R. , ! MARIE PIERCE. Fin. Sec. : 31 ARK. MINA H. On Friday. April 4. 1930. j at 4:30 p.m .at her home, at rBl5 Vernon st. n.w.. MINA H, widow of the late Sam -1 i uel S. Marr. in the eightieth year of hei , I life. Funeral from St. Paul s Catholic ; | Church. 15th and V sis. n.w., on Mondav. ' : Apnl 7, at 9 a.m, where lequiem r. ass will j be said for the repose of her soul JIcDOWELL. GKKIKIDE. Departed this life j Apnl 4. 1930. at 12 noon at her residence. 907 Sth st n.e., GERTRUDE MeOOWEI.L. - I loving moth ’r ot Charles and Ray Me | Dowel!, s'rter of James. Charles and Mary i Minor and Mattie Banks. She also leaves I one grandchild and many other relatives i and friends Notice of funeral ,ater. Re ' t mams resr.ng at the VV. Ernest Jarvis Co funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w. !" : i Mrs. Edgar B. Meritt, District of Co j lumbia Federation of Women's Clubs: i ! Mrs. John Frizzell, past president ol | the federation; Miss Burklin, Friend- i | , ship House; Mrs. Dowe, Episcopal Mis- j j sions; Miss Margaret Bell, Deaconess I Home; Mrs. Chcsteen Smith, Mrs. I Charles Keyser, Mrs. Durham, Mrs. i ! Daugherty, Mrs. Ernest Gudc, Mrs. j Ballou, Mrs. Davison, Mrs. Asher, Mrs. | Philip Ashford. Mrs. William W. Scott. Mrs. Henry D. Miriek, Mrs. Lewis Laudick. Mrs. H. D. Brooks, Mrs. Harry Burford, Mrs. E. D. Hathaway, Mrs. Charles Fitts, Mrs. Harry C. James, Mrs. W. S. Perry, Miss Sarah J. Wright. Mrs. J. C. Hemphill. Mrs. William Beahm, Mrs. Frank Evarts, Mrs. Elliot, Mrs. Wilmer Souder and her daughter, Mrs. Edward D. Yonker and Mrs. James Underwood. Mrs. W. A. Ross was the vocal soloist, and was accompanied by Miss Pratt. ' - •- ■ - Deaths Reported. M?ry C. Chas j , 80. 1404 Emerson st. Wilbur Brown. 60, cn rolue Emergency Hospital. William A. Morgan. v 9. Sibley Hospital Jane Cooperrider. 58. Columbia Hospital Bridget Lyons. 57, Little Sisters of the Poor. Vfathpw.' f. Sweenev, 52. 2440 Georgia ave Frenk E. Mallonee, 50. United States Sol d us -Jo.ne Hospital. Elizabeth Smithdeal 43. 1907 15th st, Mary O'Connell. 42. Georgetown Hospital h'spt\i P " George C. Brown. 81. 717 S st. FOUND. MONEY, in Chevy Chase. In replyiruTwrite fun particulars. Addiess Box 380-H, Star office. LOST. AUTO TAG (Maryland). No. 279-182. Re ward. Phone Kensington 306. J. Harrig. BAG—Small black Boston bag, containing baby clothes and pocketbook. in or near Takoma Theater Hall, at 1 p.m. Thursday. Reward. Silver Spring 493 BILLFOLD—Man's, containing 4~checks» val uable papers and sls in cash: Friday night, near 18th and Pa. ave. n.w. Reward. Fr. 9755. N. Melklorre. 816 18th st. COIN PURSE—SmaII, brown leather, 'hop ping district. Friday afternoon, containing ! two S2O bills. Please Call Shepherd 2519. Reward. • GERMAN POLICE PUPPY.' 6~months~oid. Return 914 9th st. n.w.: reward. 5* HORSESHOE PIN. pearl: Friday. Generous reward. Mrs. Reid. 1842 16th st. n.w. North 3770-L JADE NECKLACE. Conn. ave. 'or 7th st. car. Liberal reward. Return 3601 Conn. ave.. Apt. 116, or Clev. 4866. 7*__ POCKETBOOK. black, containing money, checks, driver's permit. Reward. Return Miss Glenn, Howard House, 6th and Penn. ave. POCKETBOOK—BIack suede, on bus from Forest Olen to Pa. ave, containing money. vanity, pencil, keys: reward. North 2194. * POCKETBOOK. black zipper, on Eye st. be tween 17th and 18th sts n.w. Call Potomac 4940-W or National 4980, Branch 35. Re waid. POLICE BADGE NO. 197—Wednesday. April 2. If found please return to S. 1. Young, No. 2 prectnct, or 650 L sL n.e. PURSE, black, in ladles' rest room. Ist floor ol District Bldg. Please return to Mrs. Snow, Room 103, District Bldg. Reward offered ; PURSE, small' _ brown. containing S3O: at Earle Drug Store. 13th and E. 1 p.m., April 1: reward Mrs. Hall. 1228 Eye. Phone Nat. 9070. 6* PURSE—SmaII blue chance purse, Thursday, contalnina five S2O bills; reward. 1908 K st. n.w. Franklin 1469-W. TAIL GATE off 1930 Ford truck. Reward. Return to METZ. ELWILLE. Departed this life April 4. I 1930. at Garfield Hospital, at 9:10 a m.. ELWILLE METZ. She leaves to mourn their loss a daughter, three sisters, three brothers, other relatives and many friends. Funeral Monday. April 7. at 1 o'clock, from Vermont Avenue Baptist Church. Rev C. T. Murray, pastor. 6 MEWSHAW. MAY. On Friday. April 4. 1930. at 7:20 p.m., MAY MEWSHAW, <nee Pierce), beloved wife of James P. Mew shaw of 2700 Thirty-fifth place northwest | Notice of funeral later. t 8* MONROE. CHABI.ES A. Departed this life suddenly Thursday, April 3, 1930. at St. Elisabeth's Hospital, at 12:10 noon. CHARLES A. MONROE, husband of Ada Monroe, 'aibcr of Leonard Monroe, brother of Janus. Frederick, Edward, Jackson and vfirv Monroe. Funeral Sunday. April 6. f".m Macedonia Baptist Church, Sheridan rd. s o . at 1 p m.. Rev Coleman officiating. Interment at Rcsemont Cemetery. • i PETTIT. GUY F. .Suddenly. on Friday. April 4. 1930. GUY F . beloved husband of Annie E. Pettit, aged 42 years. Funeral from his late residence. 904 7th st. s.w . on Monday. April 7. at 2:30 pm. Relatives and friends are Invited. Interment Glen wood Cemetery. 6 PHILLIPS. ELLA M. Friday, April 4. 1930, at the home ol hei parent:.. Mr. and Mis. W. F. Bender, 203 E st. n e.. ELLA M. PHILLIPS tnce Bender), beloved wife of Leroy M. i'oillips. Funeral from the above •esldenc.-* Monday. April 7. at 2 pm. Rela tives and friends Invited. Interment Foit Linc..!n Cemetery. 8 PRESUTTI. FANDA. On Saturday. April 5. 1930. at Emergency Hospital. FANDA PRE SUTTI. beloved wife of Ralph Presuttl. Funeral from the Perry A Walsh funeial home. 29 H st. n.w.. Monday. April 7, at 8:30 a.m.: thence to Holy Rosary Church, where requiem mass will be said at 9 a m for the repose of her soul Interment St. Mary's Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 6 ! PROCTOR. CHARLES E. Friday. April 4. 1930, CHARLES E PROCTOR. 2500 Georgia ave. n.w„ devoted husband of Sarah Proc tor. father of Virgie Dews. Florence Sul livan. Edith Diggs. Addic Charles and Fiances Proctor. Funeral Tuesday. April 3. 1930, at 9 a.m.. from Holy Redeemer Church, M st. between New Jersey ave and Ist st. n.w. Remains resting at W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral church. 1432 You st. n w , until Monday noon, thereafter at his late residence. 6 RORINSON. NATHANIEL. Departed this life on Thursday. April 3. 1939, at 4 20 P ill., at his residence. 205 L st. n.w., NATHANIEL ROBINSON, beloved husband i of Annie Brown Robinson, father of Cllf • ton W Robinson and Juanita Robinson ] and eiandlather of Costello Robinson. He also leaves to mourn their loss other rela tives and many friends. Remains may be viewed Sunday. April 6. after 9 a m . at George F. Rove's funeral home. 1508 9th st. n.w. Funeral Monday. April 7. at 1 ■ p m., from Asbury M. E. Church. 11th and • K sts. n.w.. Rev. Jenkins officiating. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 6* | ROBINSON. NATHANIEL. Coachmen's Union and Aid Association. No. 1: Officers and members are hereby notified to attend a call meeting on Saturday evening. April 5. 1930. at 7:30 pm., at Odd Fellows’ Hall, to arrange for the funeral of Brother NATHANIEL ROBINSON. Funeral Mon day, April 7. at 1 p m., from the Asbury Church, corner 11th and K sts. n.w. By order of the association. GEORGE M JOHNSON. President. CHARLES H. ROBINSON. Secretary. ROBINSON, NATHANIEL. A special com munication of St. John's Lodge. No. 12. I F. A. A. M.. Is hereby called for Monday. 1 Aniil 7. at 12 o'clock noon, at the New Masonic Temple, coiner 10th and U rts. j n.w . for the purpose of conducting Ma- I sonic burial services for our late brother, ! NATHANIFL ROBINSON. P M. CHARLES A GARNER. Master. ROBERT W. MARSHALL. Secretary. 8 ' RORINSON. NATHANIEL. Praters of Mt. ■ Calvary Commantiery will assemble at i Asbury Church. 11th and K sts. n at 12:30 p m Monday. April 7. 1930. to at ! tend funeral of Past Giand Commander I NATHANIEL ROBINSON. Full Templar i uniform LEONARD E. MARSHALL. E. C. I W. L GIBSON. Recorder. | ROBINSON, NATHANIEL. Officers and Sir i Knights. Grand Commandery Knights ’ Templar: You are ordered to assemble j Monday. April 7 1930. 12:30 p m.. Asbury i M. E. Church, to attend the funeral of our late Sir Kr.ight NATHANIEL ROBIN ] SON past grand commander. Order ! ADAM TAYLOR. Grand Commander. CHARLES D FREEMAN. Grand Recorder. • ROBINSON. NATHANIEL. The Kadosh serv ice will he conducted over the late Illus -1 trious Peer NATHANIEL ROBINSON. 33 i Sunday. 12 o'clock < midnight•. April 8. i 1930- at Asbury M E Church. 11th and K ; sts. nw. The princes and peers of Jona than Davis Consistory will assemble at th» I above place at 11:30 o'clock to assist in i this service By order of HENRY P BRISCOE. 32’. Attest: Coinmander-in-Chief CICERO A. LEE. 33” 1 Keeper of Seals and Archives. CHAS. H ANDERSON. 32 . Assistant. ; ROSS. SI SAN W ALKER. Departed this life i r.n Friday. April 4. 1930. at 3 a.m .at her , residence. 1242 20th st. n.w.. after a long Illness. SUSAN WALKER ROSS, oeloveri | mother of William Henry and Amos Ros end grandmother of Wal'or end William j Ross. jr.. and James and Ross Brannon. ' Remains resting at Bnvd & Wilson s fu neral home. Funeral Sunday. April 6, at j Ipm. from Shiloh Baptist Church. 9th and P sts. n.w.. Rev J. L. Pinn officiating ! Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 5* ross. SI'S.AN. A call meeting of Minene H. H. ol Ruth will be neld Saturday. 8 p.m . to arrange for the funeral of Sister SUSAN ROSS, to be held from Shiloh Bap tist Church. Sundav. April 8. 1930. 1 n m CORA E. DAY. M. N. G. ! 3MMA BAILEY. W. R. • SAYLES. REA' A. Departed this life Satur day. April 5. 1930. at 1 am., at his resi j der.ee. 522 3rd st. s.w,. Rev. AQUIT. * SAYLES. pastor of Providence Bantu' Church. He leaves to mourn their loss a lovtna wife. Carrie C. Sayle«. and devoted j daughter. Naomi S. Morton. Notice of funeral later. ‘ SHIMS. ANNA S. April 4. 1930. at George town Uni -ersity Hospital. ANNA S. SIMMS i 'nee Howardi. aged 17 v»ars Resting at i the home of «»r patents, Mr. and Mr« Lynwood Howard. Ouincp Orehard, Md. I Fun»ral Sunday. April 6. 2:30 p m., from Quince Orchard M. E. Churen. Interment Forrst Oak Cemetery. Gaithersburg. Md. i t'M.YOR. SI'SIE. Saturday, .vfarch 29. 19.30. SUSIE TAYLOR, devoted mother of Wil liam H. Taylor Funeral Mondtiy, April 7 at 2 pm., front W. Ernest Jarvis Co. funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w. 8 IIIOMAS. CLARA L. On Saturday. April 5 i 1930. CLARA L. beloved wife of Theodore H. and beloved mother of T Emmett and I Clark 11. Thomas. Funeral from her lat» ' residence. 1611 Monroe st. n.e,. on Mon day. April 7. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Con ! gresslonal Cemetery. 6 itt fßrutnrfmit. A! BIX SON. MARY ELLEN. In loving mem i nry of our dear daughter and sister. MARY ELLEN ALBINSON. who departed this life fifteen years ago today. May she rest In peace. Today recalls the memory Os a loved one gone to rest. And those who remember her Are those that loved her best. In our hearts your memory lingers. Lovingly, fond and true. There Is not a day. dear Mamie, We do not think of you. HER LOVING PARENTS AND BROTHER. • AI.SOP. PAULINE CRAMER. In sad nut loving rememhranee of my dear daughter and sister. PAULINE CRAMER ALSOP who departed this life one year ago today. April 5. 1929 Anniversary mass. St. Aloysitts Church. Whet happy days we once enjoyed. When we were all together: But. oh. how chanced it all Is now Since you have gone forever. Her loving voice, her smiling face Are pleasures to recall: She had a kind word for every one And died beloved by all. Mav she rest In peare. Amen. HER LONELY MOTHER AND BROTHER * AI.SOP. PAULINE CRAMER. In sad but loving remembrpnee of our dear niece. PAULINE CRAMER ALSOP. who died one year ago today, April 5. 1929. lovine and kind In all her ways. Upright and just to the end of her days; Sincere and true in heart and mind— What a memory she left behind. HER LOVING AUNT AND UNCLE. MR AND MRS. ROLAND. AND COUSINS. MARIE AND CATHERINE. • AT SOP PAULtNE M. In loving memory of my dear wife. PAULINE M. ALSOP, who riled April 5, 1929. The face I loved is now laid low, Her loving vaice is still: The hand so often clasped in mine Lies now in death's cold chill. Surrounded hv friends. I am lonesome. In the midst of mv joys I am blue: With a smile on my face I've a heartache Longing, dear wife, '-™ UBBAND . j | CEMETERIES. I FORT LINCOLN CEMETERY 1 P Non-Sectarian Perpetual Care | LOTS VAULTS CRYPTS g WIDE hANGE SOLD OR RENTED FOR ASHES REASONABLE PRICES—TERMS MODERN CREMATORIUM N Washington-Baltimore Blvd. at District Line i II Lodge House City Office, 1332 G St. N.W. | P Line. 3579 District 6103 A-7 Jit J® rotor ium. AUSTIN. ELIZABETH E. In loving remem brance of our dear mother and grand mother. ELIZABETH E AUSTIN (nee Brumfield i. who departed this life one year ago today, April 5. 1929 The years may wipe out many things. But this they wipe out never— The memory of those happy days ..When w» were all together. «LR LOVING CHILDREN AND GRAND CHILDREN. • BI.ONDHEIM. ADELINE. In sad but loving remembrance ol our beloved mother. ADE LINE BLONDHEIM. who departed this life eighteen years ago today. April 5, 1912. Gone, but not forgotten. HER LOVING CHILDREN. • BROCK, IILNKY. in loving memory of our lather, lleti.-y Brock who died one year a;.o ‘..’day, April 5. 29. In our nearly you memory lingers, Swee„. tender, kind and true: There is not a day. dear father. Ue uc nt.t think of you. FAMILY. • CROOKE, THOMAS. One who was so kind and who would always forgive and forget 5 3 Y929 away onc sear a *° April There Is not a day, dear brother, We do not think of you. Many silent tears have fallen At the mention of your name. YOUR LOVING SISTER. ELIZABETH. • HICKMAN, MALLIE. In loving memory of uinvifi'.,*"! and . mother. Mrs. MALLIE HICKMAN, who entered into rest one year ago today, April 5. 1929. Oh. how we miss you, mother, dear. No tongue nor pen can say. * Your cheerful smile, your merry laugh, Your manner always gay. Where death's imprisoned blossoms blow, God grant that you may never know A withered rose, a fallen bud. A garden where no songs are heard, Nor even that we miss you so— Good-night, dear heart. THOS S HICKMAN, DR. AND MRS. W. P. DICKERSON. • KIRBY. SARAH WATSON. In sad but lov ing memoi y of our dear mother and grand mother. SARAH WATSON KIRBY, who parsed away six years ago today, April 6, 1924 HER DAUGHTER AND GRANDDAUGH TERS • PEAKE. SARAH M. In sad but loving re membrance of my dear iriend. SARAH M. PEAKE, who departed this life suddenly one year ago today, April 5, 1929. If I had seen you at the last And held your dying hand And heard the last sigh lrom your heart, I would not feel so bad. I did l.ot know the pain you boie, I did not see you die; I only knew you passed away And never said good-by. DEVOTED FRIEND, ANNIE F. CARROLL. • PEAKE. SARAH M. A token of love to the memory of my dear friend, SARAH M. PEAKE, who departed this life April 6, 1629. You ieft behind a broken heart, Who loved you so sincere. Who never did and never will Forget you. Sarah, dear. HER DEVOTED FRIEND, NIECE BRASB. • PEAKE. SARAH M. In sad and loving re membrance of my dear friend, SARAH M. PEAKE, who left us one year ago today. April 5. 1929. While walking with Jesus Through tne valley of shadt You step without fear In the path which she made. She bade no one last farewell. She said good-by to none. Her loving heart had ceased to beat— Before I knew if she was gone. YOUR LOVING FRIEND, MRS. WINNIE PERRY. • PEAKE. SARAH M. In remembrance of my dear wife, SAHAH U. PEAKE, who de parted this life April 5. 1929. one year ago today. I mourn for you. dear one. But not with outward show. For the heart that mourns sincerely Mourns silently and low. It is sweet to know we will meet again Where parting is no more. And the one we love so dearly ! Has only gone before. I Happy home we once enjoyed— How sweet the memory still— But death has left a vacant chair 1 This world can never fill HER DEVOTED HUSBAND, SAMUEL B. PEAKE. • TARLTON. LAURA S. In sad but loving re membrance of my dear wife. LAURA 8. TARLTON. who departed this life one 1 year ago today. April 5. 1929. i Remembrance is the golden chain Death tries to break, but all in vain. To love, to have and then to part Is the greatest sorrow ol the heart. It is not the tears at the time that are shed That tell of the hearts that are broken. Bur, the silent tears in the after years And remembrances silently spoken. I had a precious treasure once, She was ray joy and pride I loved her. perhaps too well. One year ago she died How sad my lonely life today. How dim mv eyes with tears. For death has robbed me of my wife . 1 I thought was mine for years. HUSBAND. • T0R11.1.0. JOHN. In loving remembrance of m.v boy. JOHN TORILLO. who departed 1 J this life three years ago. April 5. 1927. A previous one lrom me has gone, A voice I loved is stilled: A place is vacant in my heart 1 Which never can be filled. 1 Some may think I am not lonely When at times they see me smilg; Little do they know the heartaches That I suftpr all the while. 1 HIS DEVOTED MOTHER. * FUNERAL DIRECTORS. TIMOTHY HANLON Minetai Director Private Ambulance Ml II N.E. I .me. 5543 V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither the successors ol not connected with the original W R Speare establish- Phone Frank 6628 ” St. N.W I nrnierl, 940 F St. N W Wm. H. Sardo & Co. Private l.inumsine Ambulance 113 H st f* E I incnln 0524 Modern Chapel HilCQin WM Established 1876 JOHN R. WRIGHT CO. 13.37 Ifllh St. N.W Phone North 0047_ ALMUS R SPEARE Snrrerdint the Original » R Speare Co. '1623 Connecticut Ave. POTOMAC 4600 ! •_ •»_I2OS H »t.. 45 yra. atJMP f it. Clyde J. Nichols, Inc. J2O» 9th St. N.W. C01.6*24^ Herbert B. Nevius Funeral Home 921 New York District 2808 J. WILLIAM LEE’S SONS. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. CREMATORIUM. 132,PA AVE N.W NATIONAL 1384. 1H» Quirk Dignified. Efficient Service Automobile Sen ire Chart I W. W. Deal & Co. *l6 H 81 N.E LINCOLN 8200. CHAS. S. ZURHORST SOI EAST CAPITOL ST. Phone Lincoln 6372. Joseph F. Birch's Sons (ISAAC BIRCH) 3_o34_M St. N.W. ■Bga.Sff IS? Frank Geier's Sons Co. ills SEVENTH st. n.w. National 2473 Modem Chapel. Telephone **»»onai til J Funeral designs. GEO. C. SHAFFER kXPRESSIVE FLORAL EMBLEMS AT MOD. ERATE PRICES. TEL NAT. 2416 a NAT 8104 op en Evening. J4 t h & Eye and ' Prompt Anto Delivery Service. Gude Bros. Co., 1212 F St. Artistic—expressive—lnexpensive cemeteries! BURIAL SITES 2 TO 10. IN BECTION 91. ; Cedar Hill Cemetery. Cost price, cash or | terms._ Address Box 291-H. Star office. 6' j GLENWOOD CEMETERY Vaultage, $5 per month. Choice lots and sites for tale.