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THE EVENING STAR, WASHINGTON, D. C., WED X ESI) A \ r , MAY 21, 1930.
ROBERT HARRY STUDIER
BURIED IN ARLINGTON
World War Veteran Had Been Ac
tive in Affairs of Disabled
Funeral services were conducted in
Fort Myer Chapel today for Robert
Marry Studier, .35 years old, World War
veteran, who died in the United States
Veterans’ Hospital at Oteen, N. C., after
a long illness. Death was ascribed to a
disease contracted while serving In the
United States Army at Kelly Field.
Burial services were conducted in
Arlington* Cemetery, following the serv
ices in the chapel.
Studier was one of the charter mem
bers and organizers of Ace-Rasmussen
Chapter of the Disabled American
Veterans of the World War and had
been active for many years in the Dis
abled American Veterans’ organization
In this city, until recently transferred
to Oteen. He was a member of the
Stuart Walcott Post of the American
Legion. Studier was a graduate of the
National University Law School.
A native of Syracuse, N. Y., Studier
enlisted in the United States Army and
first served with the 153 d Depot Brigade
at Camp Dlx. Subsequently, he was
transferred to the 349th Aero Squadron,
serving at Kelly Field, Fort Sam
He was married in November, 1922,
to Miss Isabel Freeman of Greenville,
S. C. He is survived by his widow, his
fathtf, Henry Studier of Clay, N. Y.;
a sister, Miss Marion L. Studier of this
city; a half-brother, Ralph Studier of
Clay, N. Y„ and his stepmother, Mrs.
Tha followln* birth* have b..n reported to
the Health Department in the last 24 hours:
Thomas P. and Frances M. Mudd, twin
Abraham and Ida Loube, boy and Kiri
Oabrlel and Genevieve D! Giovanni, boy.
Charle* B. and Emma Howlln. boy.
Thoma* C. and Gladys W. Barnes, girl.
Clarence H. and Ethel M. Sorrell, girl.
William R. and Mary Payne, girl.
Sam and Clara Book. girl.
Patrick J. and Bara E. Fee. girl.
William and Evelyn S. Ciere, girl.
Daniel J. and Florence M. 'Creampr, girl.
Joseph and Jessie Snverstone, girl.
Isaac N. and Margaret C. Goodwin, girl.
Charles L. and Katherine M. Fuller, girl.
Leon P. and Loretta C. Cooper, girl.
Lester H. and Dorothy Flnotti, girl.
Griffith C. and Margaret F. Barry, girl.
Hugo J. and Bertha L. Goetz, girl.
Frank T. and Ann Cope, girl.
Franklin 8. and Mary Resh. girl.
Andrew J. and Alma E. Robertson, girl.
Grover C. and Florence E. Btewart. girl.
George G. and Lena V. Lewis, girl.
Salvatore and Lucia Fusco, girl.
John H. and Mary E. M. Cole, girl.
Dante N. and Esther Giovannoni. girl.
Deomont E. and Margaret 3. Nichols, girl.
Charles J. and Carrie J. Wyvill. boy.
Edward L. and Margaret V. Fugel. boy.
Thomas 8. and Mary V. Morris, boy.
Dennis D. and Ethel M. McOarron, boy.
Charles E. and Ethel F. WarJleld, boy.
Eugene R. and Mary I. Pilkerton, boy.
Francis J. and Florence Fitzgerald, boy.
Carl R. and Mary Bel), boy.
Daniel and Ethel D. Drummond, boy.
Davies and Ethel M. Velllnes. boy.
George R. and Kathleen E. Carter, boy.
John R. and Maybell L. West, boy.
Austin and Stella Thomas, boy.
Maxwell and Margaret Finick, boy.
Andrew and Edith Lawe, boy.
WiUiam and Irene Wright, boy.
Lonnie and Luella Street, boy.
Carl and Lila M. Shipp, girl.
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those compounded in local drug stores.
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District of Columbia and Maryland—
Fair and slightly warmer tonight;
tomorrow fair and warmer; gentle
westerly winds, beooming southerly and
Virginia—Fair, slightly warmer to
night; tomorrow fair and warmer;
moderate northeast winds, beooming
West Virginia—Fair and warmer to
night; tomorrow increasing cloudiness
and warmer, followed by showers and
thunderstorms tomorrow night or Fri
day; cooler Friday.
Record for M Hours.
Thermometer—4 p.m., 70; 8 p.m., 84;
12 midnight, 57; 4 a.m„ 51; 8 a.m., 56;
Barometer—4 p.m., 30.07; 8 pjn.,
30.14; 12 midnight, 30.21; 4 a.m., 30.22;
8 a.m., 30.25; noon, 30.19.
Highest temperature, 73, occurred at
1:30 p.m. yesterday. Lowest tempera
ture, 50, occurred at 5 a.m. today.
Temperature same date last year—
Highest, 60; lowest, 48.
(Furnished by United States Coast and
Today—Low tide, 9:15 a.m. and 9:31
p.m.; high tide, 2:32 a.m. and 2;44 p.m.
Tomorrow—Low tide, 10:11 a.m. and
10:19 p.m.; high tide, 3:24 a.m. and
The Sun and Moon.
Today—Sun rose 4:51 a.m.; sun sets
Tomorrow—Sun rises 4:51 a.m.; sun
sets 7:19 p.m.
Moon rises 1:12 a.m.; sets 11:33 am.
Weather in Various Cities.
I P IS»I
Station*. § £« g" ° ~ Weathar.
N 5 5?
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Abilene, Tex.... 30.06 90 SS .... Clear
Albany. N. Y... 30.10 56 48 .... Clear
Atlanta. Ga.. . 30.20 76 56 .... Clear
Atlantia City... 30.18 73 SO .... Clear
Baltimore. Md.. 30.22 74 54 .... Clear
Birmingham ...30.22 80 58 .... Clear
Bismarck. N D. 29 38 86 58 .... Pt.cloudy
Boston, Ma55...30.02 54 46 .... Clear
BufTalo. N. Y... 30.12 52 44 .... Clear
Charleston. B.C. 30.14 92 72 .... Cloudy
Chicago, 111 30.10 70 58 Clear
Cincinnati. Ohio 50.26 68 50 .... Clear
Cleveland. Ohio. 30 18 62 56 .... Pt.cloudy
Columbus. 8. C.' 30.20 815 86 .... Clear
Denver. C 010... 29.66 78 58 .... Cloudy
Detroit. Mich. . 30.14 66 54 .... Cloudy
El Paso, Tex.. 29.88 94 66 .... Clear
Galveston, Tex. 30.18 82 74 .... Clear
Helena, Mont... 29.74 82 38 .... Cloudy
Huron. 8. Dak. 29.60 86 60 .... Clear
Indlanapolls.lnd 30.20 70 54 .... Clear
Jacksonville. Fla. 30.12 90 74 .... Cloudy
Kansas City,Mo. 30,00 80 64 .... Clear
Los Angeles.... 29.98 84 54 .... Cloudy
Louisville. Ky.. 30.30 66 50 .... Clear
Miami. Fla 30.12 84 78 ....Clear
New Orleans... 30.16 80 72 .... Clear
New York, N Y 30.14 64 50 .... Clear
Oklahoma City. 30.06 84 64 .... Clear
Omaha. Nebr... 29.84 84 64 ....Clear
Philadelphia. Pa. 30.22 72 52 ....Clear
Phoenix. Ariz... 29.82 100 84 .... Clear
Pittsburgh. Pa.. 30.24 58 50 Clear
Portland, Me.. 30.00 50 44 0.08 Clear
Portland. Ore*. 30.14 58 46 0.50 Cloudy
Raleigh. N. C. 30.24 86 60 ....Clear
Salt Lake City. 29.58 80 66 .... Cloudy
San Antonio... 30.14 86 70 «.. Cloudy
San Die*o. Calif 29.96 70 56 .... Forty
San Francisco. 30.24 64 50 ...,Cle%r
St. Louis, Mo.. 30.16 76 58 .... Clear
St. Paul. Minn. 29.76 78 60 Pt.cloudy
Seattle. Wash.. 29.96 54 44 0.50 Pt.cloudy
Spokane, Wash. 29.92 56 40 064 Pt.cloudy
Tampa, Fla 30.12 92 72 0.58 Pt.cloudy
WASH, D. C... 30.24 73 80 ....Clear
(7 a m.. Greenwich time, today.) .
Stations. Temperature. Weather.
London. England 53 Clear
Paris. France 54 Clear
Vienna. Austria.. 50 Clear
Berim, Germany 84 Clear
Brest. France 54 Clear
Stockholm, Sweden 54 Clear
Gibraltar. Spain ... 62 Clear
(Noon. Greenwich time, today.)
Horta (Fayal). Azores 62 Cloudy
Hamilton. Bermuda 74 Cloudy
Sen Juan. Porto Rico... 82 Clear
Havana, Cuba 78 Cl®**
Colon. Canal Zone 82 Part cloudy
The following death* have been reported to
the Health Department in the last 34 houra:
Betty 8. Harris, 78, 5308 sth at.
Joseph Cooper. 77. 1540 7th it.
Rose Lawrence, 59. 806 North Carolina
a 'jos*ph T. Lyon, 56. 1016 15th at. „
Edgar W. Pord, 54, en route Casualty Hot
Mary A. Lyons. 46, Providence Hospital.
Annie C. Penn, 40, Provldenca Hospital.
James R. Benson, 9. Eastern Branch of
Potomae River. _
Jean E. Johnson. 8 months, Children s
Sarah Miller. 64, Gallinger Hospital.
William Proctor. 61. Emergency Hospital.
Hattie Faust, 40. Gallinger Hospital.
John Gaskins. 34. Tuberculosis Hospital.
Madison J. Brooks, 34, Walter Reed Hos
Thomas Branson, 32. Gallinger Ho^tital.
Albert Smith. 17. 611 M at.
Alton Wallace, 9 months, 4336 Foote at.
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MRS. MARY RIDER DIES;
40 YEARS D. C. RESIDENT
Vorxnar Mimbir of Womtn’i So
dality of St. Ann’s Catholic
Church Succumbs to Illnsss.
Mrs. Mary C. Rider, wife of James
V. Rider and a resident of Washington
for more than 40 years, died yesterday
at her residence, 4121 Brandywine
street, after a long illness. She was 77
A native of ParQuhar County, Va..
Mrs.-Rider, after her marriage in 1889,
established a residence in Washington.
She was a member of the Woman’s
Sodality of Bt. Ann’s Catholic Church.
Besides her husband, she is survived
by a daughter, Miss Mary M. Rider.
Funeral services will be held Thurs
day morning at 9 o’clock at the resi
dence. Celebration of requiem mass will
follow at St. Ann's Catholic Church.
Interment will be in Mourit Olivet
<Earh at Gtyattks.
CLARKE. MART M. We wUh to express our
sincere appreciation to our friends and
neighbors, pastor and members of the
Nineteenth Street Baptist Church for their
kind expressions of sympathy and help st
M CLARKE* ° Ur 11,t,r * nd * unt> MARY
HER LOVING SISTER AND NIECE. •
BEAVER. EDITH ROBERTA. On Tuesday.
May 20. 1930, at her residence. 4913 Illi
nois ave. n.w., EDITH ROBERTA, aged 34
years, beloved wife of Howard Beaver.
Funeral from her late residence Friday.
at 1 p.m. Interment Lorraine
Cemetery, Baltimore. Md. 22
« 8 * DI ? ELIZABETH. Departed
this life Saturday. May 17. 1930, at 11
irTif4£SL re s}s* l lSfv. l4# A «• n.e.. SADIE
ELIZABETH BRADLEY. Bhe leaves to
7*?u rn I®**. * devoted mother and
father. Bessie and Ludy Higgins; a grand
mother. Martha Alson: four sisters, two
brothers, ten aunts, four uncles and a
host of other relatives and friends. Re
malns resting at Eugene Ford’s funeral
parlors. 1300 South Capitol st.. from Wed
nesday, 4:30 p.m.. until Saturday morning;
thence to Lawrence, S. C,. where the fu
neral will be >held Sunday, May 25. at 11
*• M - 4 "“a 1 ’
Marietta Burnett. He leave* three chll
aren. lVlrs. Lavlnia Warner. Mrs. Dorothy
Winston and William Burnett. He also
leaves three sisters. Notice of funeral
CHILDS. SUSAN. Departed this life Wed
nesday May 21. 1930. at 12:10 am., at
her residence 2235 13th st. n.w,, SUSAN,
the devoted and loving wife of William
Childs and loving mother of Florence
Chtlda Mosby. Notice of funeral later. 23
COOPER. CHARLES. On Monday. May 18,
1930. 81 1758 Que st. n.w.. CHARLES
COOPER, devoted son of Mary Cooper
and brother of Leroy, Louisa. Elisabeth
?F d Mj r ß» r «t Cooper. Funeral Thursday.
May 22. at 2 p.m, from Bharon Baptist
Church. 9th and Florida ave. n.w.. Rev.
Artis officiating. Remains resting at the
W. Ernest Jarvl* funeral church. 1432
U *t. n.w., until Wednesday noon, there
after at the residence of his mother, 2815
P st. n.w. jl
DORSEY. JAMES EDWARD. Departed this
3°’ L 93 JAMES ED
WARD DORSEY, beloved son of Bernice
Dorsey. He also leaves other .relatives
to mourn their loss. Funeral Friday. May
23. at 1 p.m., from the John T. Rhlnes
funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w. In
terment Rosemont Cemetery. 22
DUCKWALL, THOMAS W. B. On Wednes
day. May 21. 1930. THOMAS W. 8., be
loved husband of Katie C. Duckwall and
father of Katherine Duckwall. Funeral
services at his late residence. 1428 Web
ster st. n.w., on Friday, May 23. at 2:30
p.m. Relatives and friends Invited. In
terment private. 22
OAEL WALKER L. On Tuesday. May 20,
1 SjO- at hls residence. 1214 Decatur st..
WALKER L. OARY, beloved husband of
Roy Spencer Gary. Services at the above
address Thursday. May 22, at 2 p.m. In
terment Ivy Hill Cemetery. Alexandria. Va.
HARRIS, EDWIN A. On Tuesday. May 20.
1930, at 7:45 p.m.. at his residence. Boyds.
Md . EDWIN A. HARRIS. In his 88th year,
the beloved husband of Annie V. Harris
and father of Archibald L. Harris and Carl
A. Harris. Funeral Friday. May 33, at
10 am., from St. Mary's Catholic Church.
Rockville. Md. Interment Rockville Union
HIGGINS. GERTRUDE M. On Tuesday. May
20, 1930. GERTRUDE M. HIGGINS. Funeral
Irem V. L. Bpeare Co.’s. 1009 H st. n.w.,
on Thursday. May 22. at 9:30 am. Rela
tives and friends are invited. Interment
HITCHCOCK. MAKY E. Wednesday. May 21.
1930, after a brief illness. MARY E.
HITCHCOCK of 1861 Crescent pi. n.w.,
widow of Capt. James H. Hitchcock and
mother of Arthur L. Hitchcock ind Mrs.
James A. Edgar of Washington, D. C., and
Mrs. Alonzo H. Thomas of Parlshvllle.
N- V Body resting at Oawler's chapel.
1734 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. Notice of
HOLDEN, henry F. On Tuesday, May 20.
1930. at his residence, 802 21$t st. n.w.,
HENRY P. HOLDEN, beloved husband ol
Mary C. Holden. In his 83rd year. Fu
neral Thursday. May 12. at « o'clock p.m.,
from Gawler’s chapel. 1754 Fa. are. •
HOUSE. CATHERINE CECILIA. On Wednes
day. May 21. 1930. at 2 am., Mrs. CATH
ERINE CECILIA HOUSE, widow of Bamuel
S. House. Services at her home. 1324
Monroe st. n.w.. Apt. 30, Thursday. May
23. 6:20 p.m. Interment Winchester, Va.,
KELLY. JOHN F. On Wednesday. May 11.
1930. JOHN F. KELLY, beloved son of the
late Peter J. and Sila M. Kelly. Notice
of funeral later.,
MARSHALL, RETTA. Departed this life May
20. 1930. RETTA MARSHALL, the sister
of Beniamin C. Marshall, Hattie V. Wil
liams of New York ana Aliee O. Carter.
Notice of funeral hereafter.
MeQUINN. JOHN. Suddenly, on Tuesday.
May 20. 1930. at 10 a.m.. at his home.
117 Bolivar st., Clarendon. Va.. JOHN
MeQUINN. aged M years, beloved husband
of Pannle L. Hackley. A member of the
Order of Fraternal Americans. Ballstnn
Council. No., 36: Arlington Council. Daugh
ters of America. No. 32, and United
Brotherhood of CanMnteos and Joiners.
Local 132. Wash., D. C.; also member
No. 1. Knights of Pythias State Lodge of
Virginia. Funeral Thursday. May 22. at
2 p.m.. from his home. Interment Colum
bia Gardens Cemetery. Relatives and
friends are Invited.
MORAN. HANNAH M. On Tuesday, May 20.
1930. at her residence. 755 7th st. s.e..
HANNAH M.. beloved wife of the late Wil
liam H. Moran, In her 87th year. Fu
neral from the above residence Thursday,
May 22. at 2 p.m. Interment at Congres
sional Cemetery. •
NEWMAN. WILFORD. Departed this life
Wednesday. May 21. 1920, at 1:80 a.m.. at
hla residence. 521 list st. n.w.. WILFORD.
beloved son of Herman and the late Vivian
Myers Newman, grandson of Malisba A.
Scott and William Roberts Newman, sr.
Notice of funeral hareafter. 23
OLIVER. JAMES. On Tuesday, May 20.
1930. at his residence, Cheltenham. Md..
JAMES, beloved husband of Bllen Oliver
(nee Pyles) Funeral Thursday. May 22.
at 3 p.m.. from Bethlehem M. X. Church
Interment church cemetery. Relatives and
PAYNE, HARRY WHITNEY. Departed this
life Monday. May 19. 1930. at 10;J5 p.m..
at Walter Reed Oeneral Hospital. HARRY
WHITNEY PAYNE, devoted husband of
Edna M. Payne and brother of Lula and
Bessie Payne. Remains resting at the
W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 U
st. n.w., until Thursday noon, thereafter
at hla late residence. 487 C st. s.w. Fu
neral Friday, May 23. at 1 p.m. Inter
ment Arlington National Cemetery. 23
FOR LOST ANIMALS apply Animal Rescue
League. 349 Maryland ave. a.w, Nat. 8088
PURSE—With key. eteT: Jound near 14th
andL sts. n.w. Call North 8338 and pay
A BUNCH of KEYB. naar 14th and Chapin
sts. Finder pleas* rgturn to Apt. 8, 1424
Chapin st. n.w. sl *
BULLDOG,' brindle" 4 white ' feet., breas?
whit* and axtends around neck, weighs be
tween 30 and 40 lbs. lost without a tag:
answers to name Lindy. Reward. Phone
Oa. 2849. 7320 Blair rd.
CAMEO—Brown, white gold setting; lost
Tuesday. Phone Columbia 1133. Reward. •
' U outsldju**raother'a
picture inside. Reward. 9 3rd at. n.e. 21*
DOG—Loet, strayed, brown and whit* eollie
dog, "Jackie Cooean.” Liberal raward for
information or return. P. 8. Borehera, R. 1,
HyatUville. Md. 31«
DOG—Big whit* pointer, liver ears; small
Over spot middle of forehead. Reward.
Columbia 8033. 23*
GLASSES, shall rimmed. In Edmonds case,
return 1339 16th st. or call North 8114.
GLASSES—Horned rim. Call Col. 6344 after
6 p.m. Reward.
OOLP BAG AND STlCKS—Neighborhood of
New Hamnahir* ave. and W *t. n.w.: initials j
on bag. "B. J. H." Reward II returned. Ad
dress Box 344-R. St ar office.
FUR—Beige fox fur, In Dorothy Beauty
Shop Pleas* return to Hazel G. Connor,
3055 Vlata at. n.e. 21*
MANDOLIN—On Thursday, May* 15, vlcln
ity of Doniphan bldg., Alexandria, Va.. or
on road to Washington, "Pralrla State"
mandolin, In black leather ease. Reward for
return to Walter T. Holt, 1801 Columbia rd.,
Washington, or Station WJSV, Alexandria,
POODLE DOG. white, black noae, answers
to name of Bootsie. from 29 Oak at., Hyatts
vllla. Reward. Lincoln 3603-J. 21*
PUPPV--Rad Irish setter puppy, 3H months
Shepherd* 2lS* °° Howard. Phone
stole*.. Reward. Decatur HAd Apt. 304. •
ROSARY, amethyst, vicinity North Capitol
Snd Mass. ave. Telephone Room 838, All
tates Hotel. Reward. 31*
WILL PARTY phoning Col. 3800 about pock
etbook found 14th and U sts.. May 12. 8
p.m., please phone or bring to Miss Fransonl. I
Public Library. Bth and K n.w.? Reward. 31*
WSisf “WATCH—6n 14th it “between Clif
ton and H sts. Reward. Cleveland 1827.
t^f T 9tra« on n d r’.^ y 7tl?^S W E &
nw. law’s white gold. Elgin, inscribed
fiallf S*D*y. as* return to SilverV-rc
Electric Co., 1009 E st. n.w. Raward. •
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PAIKO. RICHARD I. May 31. 1310. at hla
residence. 1838 Rhode island ave. n.w.,
RICHARD E. PAIRO. Notice of funeral
PERRY. GEORGE P. Passed into the mat
beyond on Tuesday, May 30, 1930, OEORGE
P. PERRY of 808 18th st. n.e. He leaves
to mourn their lots a devoted wife. Rosa
B. Perry; five sons, four daughters, two
brothers, one sister and a host of friends.
Remains resting temporarily at George B.
Clark Co.’s funeral parlor, 1416-18 Fl%
ave. n.e. Funeral Friday. May 33. at 1
p m., from his late residence. Interment
Payne's Cemetery. 23
PRYOR. HURSHEL D. Suddenly, on Mon
day. May 19, 1930. at hla residence, 1233
Pennsylvania ave. a.e.. HURSHEL D.
PRYOR, sergeant major. United States
Marine Corps, retired, beloved husband of
Lillian Pryor and father of Arthur and
Marie Pryor. Puneral services from W. W.
Chambers’ funeral home, 1400 Chapin *t.
n.w., on Thursday. May 22. at 2 p.m.
Relatives and friend* invited. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 21
PRYOR. HI'RSHEL D. A special communi
cation of Naval Lodge. No. 4. F. A. A. M..
is called at 1:15 Thursday afternoon. May
2|. 1930. for the purpose of attending the
funeral of our late brother. HURSHEL D.
PRYOR. By order of the worshipful
master. ROLAND M. BROWN. See.
REAMY. MARY C. On Tuesday. May 30,
1910. at Blbley Hospital, MARY C.. beloved
wife of Richard H. Reamy. Puneral from
her late residence. 17 Adams *t. n.w , on
Thursday. May 22. at 8:30 a.m.. thence to
St Martin’s Church.’ where mail will ba
said at 9 a.m. Relatlvea and friends In
vited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
RICE. WADE. Departed this ltfa on Tues
day. May 20. 1930. WADE RICK. He leave*
to mourn their loss a devoted wife, Leu
vlnla Wade; five sens, three dauahter* and
a hoat of other relatives and friend*. Re
mains resting at the George C. Clark Co.
fur era! parlors. 1418-18 Florida ave. n.e.
Notice of funeral hereafter. 22
RIDER, MARY C. On Tuesday. May 20,
1930, at her residence. 4131 Brandywine
st. n.w,. MARY C.. beloved wife of James
V. Rider and mother of Mary it. Rider.
Funeral on Thursday. May 32, from resi
dence at 9 o’clock a.m.. thence to
St. Anna Catholic Church, where to***
will be said at 9:30 am. Relative* and
friends invited to attend. Interment at
Mount Olivet Cemetery. 21*
ROBINSON, FLORENCE SELBY. Suddenly,
on Tuesday, May 20. 1920. at her resi
dence. 2817 28th St. n.w.. FLORENCE
SELBY, beloved wife of R. Thom** Rob
inson. Funeral from her late residence,
Thursday. May 22. at 11 a.m. 31*
SMALLWOOD. RANDALL. On Sunday. May
18. 1930, at Collinsville. 111.. RANDALL
SMALLWOOD, aged 37. Funeral Thurs
day. May 32. at 1 p.m., at Manassas. Va.
Friends and relatives Invited. 31
SMYTH. WILLIAM. Departed this life on
Sunday. May 18. 1930, at Jersey City, N.
J.. WILLIAM BMYTH (PEGGY). U. S. A.,
retired, devoted husband of Mary Smyth,
beloved son of Bertha Butler, nephew of
Louisa Henson and Frederick Smyth of
Newport. R. I. Funeral from Robert Camp
bell's funeral home. 423 4Vi st- s.w., at
2 p.m., Wednesday. May 21. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery.
TAYLOR. WILLIAM M. Departed thla Ufa
Sunday. May 18. 1930. at 5:30 p.m.. at hla
residence, 2251 Bth at. n.w.. WILLIAM M.
TAYLOR, devoted husband of Hannah
Taylor. Funeral Thursday. May 23, at
1 p.m., from Vermont Avenue Baptist
Church. Remains resting at the W. Ernest
Jarvis funeral church- 1433 U it. n.w.,
until R p.m. Wednesday, thereafter M
above residence. 31
TENNEY. ROBERT B. On Tuesday, Mar
20. 1930, at the residence of his daughter,
Mr*. R. D. Mure. Schenectady. N. T..
ROBERT B. TENNEY Os Georgetown. D. O.
Funeral fron* the chapel of Oak Hill
Cemetery, Washington. Thursday, May 33,
at 11 a.m. Relatlvas and friends invited.
WARE. EDITH C. On Tuesday. Mar 30,
1930, at Sibley Hospital, EDITH C. WARE.
Bervices at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 3901 14th st. n.w.. Wednesday, Mag
21, at 3 p.m.
BALL. FRED C. In memory of our friend.
FRED C. BALL, who died one year ago to
day. May 21. 1929.
You are gone, dear friend, but not for
gotten iJIRS. MAYS AND FAMILY. •
FOWLER. DAISY BELLE. A tribute of leva to
the memory of our devoted friend. Mrs.
DAISY BELLE FOWLER, who left us seven
years ago today. May 21, 1921.
Just a line of sweet remynbrane*.
Just a memory, fond and trua;
Just a token of love’s devotion
That our hearts stlU think of you.
TURNER AND ISADORB SPELLER AND
GAYLE. IDA. In sad and loving remem
brance of my dear mother. IDA OAYLK,
who pasaed away one year ago today, May
Mother, dear, to hava you near.
How happy I would, be.
To see your smile and hear your vole#
And have you home with me.
HER DAUGHTER. LILLIAN JOHNSON.
KLOTZ. CHARLES H. A loving tribute to
the memory of our dear husband and
father. CHARLES H. KLOTZ. who departed
this life lour years ago today, May 31,
Badly missed. _
LOVING WIFE AND BOH. •
PEYTON. WASHINGTON. In sad but loving
remembrance of our dear father, WASH
INGTON PEYTON, who departed this life
forty-one years ago today, May 31, 1889.
The world may change from year to year,
Our hearts from day to day: ....
But the love and memory of our father
May never pass away.
With broken hearts w* watched him
And saw him pass away;
Although we loved him dearly.
We could not him atay.
HIS LOVINO CHILDREN, MRS. ELLAM
HARRIS. MOSES PEYTON, MRS MARY
A. SMITH AND MRS. GERTRUD*
ROBINSON. FANNIE. to the memory
of my mother, FANNIE ROBINSON, wkg
died four years ago today, May 21, 1936.
The graves of all Hla aaints ba blessed
And softened every bed.
And should the dying mamber rest
But with the Dying Head?
And in the bosom of His lov# she wIU
A few more rolling suns at moet
Will land ma on fair Canaan a coast,
Then I shaU sing the song of grace
And see my mother face to face, ,
HER DAUGHTER. MRS. EMMA * YLKR. •
YOCUM. HARRY F. In loving remembrance
of HARRY F. YOCUM. wh* departed thU
life four years ago .
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409 Bth ST. SB.
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