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Oldest Active Builder in
Washington Passes Away
at Age of 85.
William Prince Lipscomb, president
of the firm of contractors which bears
his name, died at 3 am. today^at his
home, in the Ontario Apartments. He
had returned from Florida about two
months ago and had been ill only a
short time.
He was born in King William County,
Va., June 12, 1847. His father fought
in the war of 1812 and Mr. Lipscomb
when but 17 volunteered for the Con
federate Army and remained in service
until the end of the war.
In 1871 he came to Washington and
entered the building trades. He was
believed to be the oldest active builder
in Washington and would have been 85
next Sunday. Hi' company has erected
some of the outstanding homes, em
bassies. churches and office buildings in
the District of Columbia.
He had been first vice president of
the District National Bank for manj
years. He was a trustee of Lynchburg
College, Virginia, where he established
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a Bible chair in memory of the late
Dr Frederick D. Power.
He was member and trustee of the
Columbia Heights Christian Church; a
member of Benjamin B. French Lodge,
No. 15. F A. A. M . and a 32nd degree
Scottish Rite Meson.
He is survived by his widow, Lulie K.
Lipscomb, and two rhi’dren, Helen Lips
comb Rea, wife of Capt. Everett Faster
Rea. stationed at Fort Meade. Md.. and
George W. Lipscomb, a civil engineer
with his father's firm. He also is sur
vived by one grandson. Everett Rea and
by a number of nieces and nephews.
Wolves Wipe Out Caribou.
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TOLD 93 AT Y. M. C. A.
Graduates of Southeastern
University Hear Dr. Allen
A. Stockdale.
Education not only affords technical
preparation for professional careers but
molds character. 93 graduates of South
eastern University of the Y. M. C. A.
were told last night by Rev. Dr. Allen
A. Stockdale. pastor of the First Con
gregational Church, at commencement
ceremonies In Memorial Continental
Education is proving its worth in times
such as these. Dr. Stockdale said. Study
produces the right type of men to meet
the problems of life, it was emphasised.
Degrees in law were conferred on 47
graduates and degrees in accountancy
on 24 others. The rest received certifi
cates of graduation. Scholarship prizes
were awarded a number of students.
The diplomas were granted by Dr.
James A. Bell, head of the university
and director of education of the Y.
M. C. A.
Following the exercises the graduates
held a celebration and dance in the
gymnasium cf the Central Y. M. C. A.
Alumni, faculty and friends attended.
The graduation program opened with
prayer by Dr. George Stewart Duncan,
dean of the School of Religion. Fred J.
Eden, a member of the law faculty, sang,
accompanied by Miss Emma Louise
Three Present Graduates.
Graduates of the School of Account
ancy were presented by Dean Joseph K.
Moyer, those from the School of Law’ 'ey
Dean George W. Offutt. jr„ and those
from tire School of Religion by Dear.
Scholarship keys were awarded B. D.
Tiedemann, who had highest honors in
the School of Accountancy, and Daniel
Arnold, who jed in the School of Law.
Dr. Bell made the awards. Gold
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students of the freshman classes. John
A. Skeen of the School of Accountancy
and Eteri Pryor of the Law School. Page
MeK. Etchlscn, director of religious
work, Y. M. C. A., presented the George
J. Adams Bible awards to Robert Mid
dleton, Ruth Rodier. Mrs. John A. Pat
terson. Jr., and Madeline Stuart, all of
the School of Religion.
A silver cup was given Marie Suter,
who led the novel "walking class," with
a total of 272 miles walked in the past
two months. University letters were
won by Helen Keeling. H. E. Solomon,
C. D. German and Benjamin Simon,
all of whom walked 200 miles. The
awards were made by Dr. R. Lyman
Sexton, faculty medical adviser.
The senior class in accountancy pre
sented the university library with two
accountancy handbooks, and the senior
law class made a gift of a large silk
American flag, with standard.
Lift of Graduates.
The list of graduates follows:
Awarded degree of master of laws—
Charles Littleton Brown, Daniel Col
quitt and Earl C. King.
Awarded degree of bachelor of laws—
Daniel Arnold, Katherine E. Barkdull,
Waldo Virgil Bean, John Ewing Beeton.
William Godman Bengel, Alexander
Moncure Bloxton, David Colby Bond,
Millard Bowen, Vaun Preston Cafferty.
Tiuman Earl Carnahan, Harold j.
Carov:, Esther Swartz Crltchflelrt,
Charles Albert Diven. Wilbur C. Field
er, James Wolcott Gum, John Joseph
Haggerty, Jesse Lee Hall, Henry John
son Hough. George Warner Huntington,
Huth Mirlck Jameson. Homer Frank
lin Johnson. Roland Kingsbury Jones.
Sophronia Jane Lasica, Charles Yeat
man Latimer, Harold Allen Lingen
felter, Harold Link. Sidney Francis
Malone, Edward I. McLarney. Jesse T.
Nicholas, Barber Clayton Palmer, sr.:
Thomas Jefferson Patrick, Frank
Marion Purdy. De Witt Clinton Schieck,
J Mahlon Selby, Mildred L. Smith,
Evelyn Smith Snow, Samuel J Sny
der Henry E. Solomon, Muriel Celeste
Stoup. William K. Teepe. Louts Orval
Thomas, Carl Frederick Welsh, Rob
ert Joseph Wenzel, David R. White
and Spencer Zimmerman, jr.
Awarded certificates for graduation in
]aw—William Jones Bartle and John
W. Rosson
Awarded degree of bachelor of com
mercial science—Franklin P Alexander,
Harold Lionel Applebee, Abraham W.
Bailv, Donald H. Baker, David Bend
heim Ralph D. Boyd. Elizabeth H.
Brooks, Herbert E. Carnes. Owen W.
Clarke Gerald Francis Colfer. Wood
ward G. Eicke, Lester E. Eliff. Narciso
Frigillana. Oscar Gildenhorn, Harry
David Goldstein. Henry Hood. Paul A.
Hottle, Carlis Covington Hudson. Syl
vester W Keesee. Bernard F Kelly,
Rebecca Levitan, Earl May, Henry L.
Olearskv, Ralph S Overman. Jacinto
A Parong. Virginia Brereton Poole,
Robert A Ringwalt. George E Rohr
man. Wilner Shellv Sehantz. Dorwin
Scott, Harry’ J. Si’iion. Merl F. Slifer.
Joseph Stearns a..d Berthold Diedrich
Awarded certificates of graduation in
accountancy—James Robert Austin.
Fredeick A. Blumer. Harry Brenner.
Erwin C. Getsser, William T. Magruder
and Morns Sykes.
Awarded certificates of graduation in
School of Religion—Ruth Jackson. Wil
liam Sheriff Jones and Walter N.
Camphor From New Source.
RENO. Nev. (A>).—Oil extracted from
sage brush contains 40 per cent cam
phor. chemists of the University of
Nevada have discovered Its presence j
in the desert shrub senes as a protec- i
tion against excessive evaporation, the
university Investigators believe.
Brazil is preparing for drought-relief
work in the northern part of the coun
District of Columbia—Fair, continued
cool tonight; tomorrow partly cloudy,
slowly rising temperature; gentle to
moderate north winds.
Maryland and Virginia—Fair, contin
ued cool tonight; tomorrow partly
cloudy, slowly rising temperature in the
West Virginia—Fair tonight; tomor
row partly cloudy, slowly rising tem
Report for Last 24 Hours.
Temperature. Barometer.
Yesterday— . Degrees. Inches.
4 pm. 83 29.58
8 p m. 70 29.66
Midnight . 59 29.79
4 a m. 51 29.83
8 am. 56 29 86
Nocn . 65 29.84
Highest. 83, 4.00 p.m. yesterday. Year
ago, 73.
Lowest, 49, 6:00 a.m. today. Year
ago, 59.
Tide Tablet.
(Furnished by United States Coast and
Geodetic Survey.;
Today. Tomorrow.
High . 10:39a.m. 11:25a.m.
Low . 4:54 a.m. 5:40 a.m.
High. . 11:18 p m.
Low . 5:44 p.m. 6:23p.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Rises. Sets.
Sun, today .. 4:42 7:32
Sun, tomorrow 4:42 7:32
Moon, today.. 8:21a.m. 11:14p.m.
Automobile lights must be turned on
one-half hour after sunset.
Monthly rainfall in Inches in the
Capital (current month to date):
Month. 1932. Average. Record
January .... 4.82 3.55 7.09 '82
February ... 2 46 3 27 6 84 ’84
March . 6.45 3.75 8 84 ’91
April . 2 12 3.27 9 13 ’83
May . 5 07 3.70 10.69 ’89
June . 0 16 4 13 10.94 ’00
July . 4.71 10.63 ’86
August . 4 01 14 41 ’28
September . 3.24 1081 ’76
October . 2 84 8 57 ’85
November . 2.37 8 69 '89
December . 3 32 7.56 ’01
Weather in Various Citirf.
Temperature. “J?
1 3* 3=
5 £ * Pp
Stations. £ 2 2 c' Weather.
« oo
i ; : 3
Abilene, Tex.... 29 78 92 70 .... Clear
Albany. N Y. 29 74 58 40 .... Clear
Atlanta. Ga ... 29 70 90 66 . Clear
Atlantic City... 29 82 80 46 .... Clear
Balt more. Md 29 84 84 52 ... Oar
Birmingham ..29 74 90 68 .... Pt.cloudy
Bismarck. N D. 29 84 80 60 Cloudy
Boston. Maas . . 29 70 58 42 0 16 Clear
Buflalo. N. Y .29 84 60 46 .... Oar
Charleston S C. 29 66 94 74 .. Clear
Caicago. 111.. .29 98 70 56 .... Clear
Cincinnati. Ohio 29 90 88 50 0 01 Clear
C.eveland. Ohio 29 62 64 52 Clear
Columbia S C 29.70 96 70 0 36 Pt cloudy
Denver, Colo ..29 68 84 48 Clear
Detroit. Mich... 29 98 66 46 .. . Oar
E Paso. Tex ..29 74 90 66 Clear
Galveston. Tex. 29 80 84 76 Clear
Helena. Mont... 30 00 58 50 .... Ram
Huron S Dak. 26 88 92 64 .... Cloudy
Indianapolis Ir.d 29 90 86 50 .... Clear
Jacksonville.Fla 29 74 90 74 . . Oar
Kansas City.Mo. 29 76 9o 72 . . Cloudy
bi Angeles. .29 88 80 58 . Cloudy
Louisville. Ky 29 88 88 60 0 02 Pt.rlcudy
Miami. Fla _29 60 88 76 deal
N- *• Orleans 29 So 88 70 0 30 Oar
New York. N Y. 29 80 72 48 Oar
Oklahoma City. 29 74 90 72 . .. Cloudy
Omaha. Nebr.. 29 80 62 68 ... Cloudy
Pluladelphia 29 84 78 50 . . Clear
Phoenix. Ariz... 29 78 92 60 . . Clear
Pittsburgh. Pa . 29 90 74 46 . Clear
Portland. Me 29 64 54 42 0 20 Clear
Pvutland. Oleg. 30 20 66 50 Cloudy
Rrleigii. N C 29 78 90 62 Clear
Salt Lake City. 30 08 56 44 0 04 Cloudy
San Antonio . 29 78 92 70 Clear
San Dies <. Calif 29 88 63 58 .... Cloudy
f.n Francisco 29 88 78 60 Clear
Si. Louis. Mo.. 39.80 90 68 0 01 Ram
St Paul. Minn. 29 94 88 60 0 66 Cloudy
Seattle. Wash . 30 22 64 50 Cloudy
Spokane. Wash. 30 12 72 50 . .. Pt cloudy
Thmpa. F.a ...29 80 86 76 0 08 Clear
MASH, D. C .. 29 86 83 49 Clear
(7 am., Greenwich time, today.)
Stations Temperature Weather.
London. England . 53 Cloudy
Paris. France . 54 Pert cloudy
Vienna. Austria . 52 Cloudy
B6rlm. Germany . 44 Cloudy
Brest. France . 52 Part cloudy
Clinch Switzerland. 48 Cloudy
B'ockholm. Sweden. 50 Ram
Gibraltar. Spain. 64 Cloudy
(Noon. Greenwich time, today i
Horta ' Fayalh Azores .. 72 Part cloudy
'Current observations . i
Hamilton. Bermuda. 74 Cloudy
San Juan. Porto Rico... 86 Part cloudy
Havana. Cuba . 78 Clear
Colon. Canal Zone. 80 Clear
Seth Thomas. Head of Firm Bear
ing- His Name. Collapses.
Seth Thomas, jr . president of the Seth
Thomas Clock Co. since 1915. died yes
terday. at Christ Hospital, from a
cerebral hemorrage. He -was 55 years 1
Stricken while on his way to business
in New York city yesterday morning.
Mr. Thomas was discovered unconscious
In his seat, when the train reached
He lived on his estate. Red Gate, in
Morristown, for years and was a promi
nent figure in civic and political circles.
Long Time Resident of Washing
ton Buried in Annapolis.
Funeral services for Mrs. Ann Eliza
beth Quinn, who died Monday at her
home. 1470 Harvard street, were held
today In St. Mary's Catholic Church.
Annapolis. Burial was in St. Mary's
Mrs. Quinn was a native of Annapolis,
but had lived in Washington for some
years. She is survived by her husband.
John Francis Quinn: a son. Hugh
Francis Quinn: a sister, Mrs. Ellen
Smith, and a brother, John McCusker.
FOB LOST ANIMAlA apply Animal fescue
League. 348 Maryland ave a.w_Nat 3081_
8PITZ. female; found near Soldiers’ Home;
dog ill. Call North 1020.
AMETHYST BRACELET, silver setting, on
H st. between Printcraft Bldg, and 15th
st._Call District 0850 _*
BRIEF BAG—Liberal reward lor return of
lost brief bag containing legal papers. E.
Hilton Jackson. Nat. 3268._
BROOCH PIN. gold, small pearls; Saturday:
Conn. ave.. Military rd. to McKinley: re
ward _ Em. 1533: Apt. 400, 3402 Conn, ave. «
CAT. large, amber and black striped, black
paws: male: lost or strayed vicinity 37th
and R sts. n.w. Answers to name Jimmy
Reward._Clevr Sl BO_
DOG. part airedale: dipped, black saddle:
young male: lost from 2801 30th st.. iiAlvh
bor'iootl Wis. and Mass. aves. or in park.
Cell North 1020._
FEMALE SPITZ DOG. Friday night. June 3.
between 8 and 9 p m., in vicinity of Walter
Reed Hospital. Answers to the name of
■ Cuddles.’’ Reward for return. J. P. Oimert.
741_Aspen_st._n w._9*_
FUR SCARF, stone marten, two skins; Mon
day night; reward if returned to Mrs. E.
N. Hagan. 2012 131 h st. n.w. North 8020. «
O. U. DIPLOMA. Return to Delta Chi House.
1750 Qu« st. n.w.
POCKETBOOK. brown, containing (lasses.
?en and $10 ticket money belonging to Cen
ral High School; lost at Griffith Stadium
by Central High School girl during competi
tive drill Tuesday afternoon or walking
from there to 9th and Florida ave. for taxi:
please return and receive reward. 1521 O
at. n.w. Potomac 5714-W._
PUPPY, male: Jure 5: police and wolf hound
mixed; vicinity Chevy Chase Parkway and
Kanawha st.: owner's name INSIDE col
lar: broken leash attached. Return Apt.
108. 2510 Que st. n.w. Reward. 13*
REWARD for rerurn of doctor's grip, lost
from auio on Sherman ave. Name and ad
dress in hag *
RING, lady's, onyx, set with 3 diamonds, on
Monday morning, in Hotel Raleigh. Reward.
Phone Adams 8971._2814 University pi. •
SHOE BUCKLE, cut steel, at Dupont Circle,
this morning: reward. Return to 1508 20th
st. n.w., after 8:3o h m._
SPITZ, male, black dog, strayed from vicin
ity of 3rd and N sts. n.w. Liberal reward
if returned to 1307 3rd st. n.w._
WRIST WATCH, lady’s, gold, eery small,
lost at St. Gabriel* carnival. June 7; re
ward Address Box 333-D. Star office. *
WRIST WATCH. Bulova. white (Old; toat
Hoipital Paid in Eggi.
O LEND ALE, Calif. <A>).—Eggs, poul
try or other farm products will be
accepted by a Glendale hospital as
payment for hospital services, the man
agement has announced.
Bait Fills Church. Va.. and MRS HAR
RIETT KUHN of St. Petersburg. Fla . were
united In marriage by Rev A B. Altfather.
at the Presbyterian Manse. Falls Church.
Va., at 6 30 p m., Mondty, June 6. 1932. 8*
ADAMS. JOHN. Departed this life Monday.
June 6. 1932. after a lorn illness, at his
residence, 929 Desmore coufrt. JOHN
ADAMS. He leaves to mourn their loss
a devoted wife and a host of other rela
tives and friends. Funeral Thursday. June
9. at 1 p.m . from Barnes funeral par
lors. 614 4*4 st. s.w. Friends Invited. 8
6. 1932. at Freedmen's Hospital. FLOSSIE
ANDERSON niece of Nancy Whitley of
1439 W st. n.w. Remains resting at Otis
F Allen's funeral home. 12th st. and Fla.
ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. 8
7. 1932. at his residence. 2140 K st n.w .
JUNIUS BA8KEKVILLE. devoted father of
Carrie Mahoney. Susie Rogers. Frances
Johnson. Ida Lewis. Charlie. Frederick and
William Baskerville. He also leaves ten
Srandchildren and four great-grandchil
ren. Remains resting at the W. Ernest
Jarv.s funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w.
I Funeral Saturday. June 11. at 2 p in .
from the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church.
Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 10
BLYTHE. JOHN. JR. Suddenly, on Monday.
June 6. 1932. at Preedmen's Hospital.
JOHN BLYTHE. Jr., beloved son of John
and Elisabeth Blythe Remains may be
seen at R C Richardson's funeral church.
1700 Vermont ave., after 8 pm. Wednes
day. June 8. Funeral Thursday. June 9.
at 2 p m., from the above establishment.
Relatives and friends invited.
BROWN. ROBERT. On Tuesday. June 7.
1932. at Walter Reed Hospital. ROBERT
BROWN, devoted brother of Sarah and
Jerry Brown. Remains resting at the W
Ernest Jarvis funeral church, 1432 You st
n.w. Interment Winchester, Va , Thurs
day, June 9.
CORNICK. ALVIN. Departed this life Tues
day. June 7. 1932. in New York City
ALVIN CORNICK. beloved son of Waiter
and Pauline Cornick. He leaves to mourn
their loss a mother, father, sister gra.id
mother. Mis. Nettie Cornick two uncles
Clarence and Everett Parser, arid a de
voted aunt Mrs. Eunice Butler. Notice of
funeral later. •
D.AHIS. HARRY. On Mondav. June 6. 1932.
Navai Hospital.
HARRY, beloved husband of Lola Dahl*
Remain* resting at the Tabler funeral
home. 928 M st, n.w, where services will
on Thursday. June 9 at 1pm.
iotiowed by interment in Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. g»
D,“L- CAROLINE W. On Tuesday June 7.
residence the Cano Ap « .
CAROUNE W. beloved wife of the ia‘e
Car»t Samuel \v b Diehl. U 8 N and
nl°luer«°* Caleb \V O Cor.r.or Services
?J,lhVuneral par:°r' of Almus R Speare
1623 Conn ave Thursday. June 9 at
11 a in Interment Ari.nuton .National
Cemetery. g
Gl DF. BESSIE MAY. Suddenly, on Mon- !
day. June 6. 1932. at her residence 16
SfVS ,a\e • Takoma Park. Md . BESSIE
MAY. beloved wife of George E Gude and
mother cf Eta Louise Guce Funeral from i
ner iate lesidence on Thursday. June 9. at
2 p m Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Rock Creek Cemetery 8
HI( KS- RAYMOND. Departed this life Sat- !
urciay, June 4. 1932. at Providence Ho.s
pi'ai. RAYMOND HICKS Funeral was I
held on Tuesday. June 7. from R C Rich- 1
arosou s funeral church. 1700 Vermont ave I
Interment Newport, Md.
HOI.I.AND. MARY E. Suddenly, on Ttiesdav.
June 7. 1932. Mrs MARY E HOLLAND,
devoted sister of William. Richard. Rob
ert and Oeortte Conn of Seattle. Wash
Mis J W Cromwell and Mrs Grace Bur
bage of Norri’-tow r.. Pa. Funeral Fu
day. June 10. at ll am. from McGuire s j
funeral home. 1820 9th st. n.w. Relatives I
and friends invited. 9*
JONES. ALONZO A. On Sunday. June 5. I
1932. ALONZO A JONES beloved brother 1
of Cieo M. J. Key and brother-in-law ot
Rev M. J Key. Remain- resting at
Fraziers funeral home 389 Rhode Island
ave. nw. Funeral Thursday. June 9 at
2pm. from Ward A M. E Church. Ben
mug, D. C., Rev. \V. H. Thomas official- 1
day June 5. 1932 at ins parents resi- !
dence. 1601 Trinidad ave. u e. MARION
FRANCIS, beloved son of Frank M. and
tiea.io: J Junglians »nee Murphy Fu- '
neral from his parents residence Thuis- :
day. June i at 9 a in : thence to Holy i
Nan e Church, where high mass will be
sung at 9 30 a m. Relatives and friends j
invited. Interment -Mount Olivet Ceme
tr,y. I
LANC ASTER. ESTELLE M Departed this !
l:.e Sunday June 5. 1932 after a bi.ef
daughter of Jaints A Lancaster and the 1
*ate Estelle E Lancaster, beloved sister of
Ernestine E . Melvin A and James P
Lancaster Remains resting at the W
Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st
n w . until 4pm Tuesday thereafter at
her father i residence. 1303 3rd ft. n w.
Funeral Thursday, June 9 at 1 p m
from, Israel C. M. E Church. New Jersey
ave. and Morgan st. n.a.
LAWRENCE. LEHTS E. Or. Wednesday.
8*. 1932; fEWIS E- beloved husband
of the late Julia Lawrence and father of
Virginia Schcenbauer and Apr.es Gallahan
Funeral from his late residence, 932 G st
s w: . on Saturday. June 11. a: 8 30 a m .
thence to S:. Dominies Church, wheie
inar.s will be offered at 9 a in. for the re
pose of his soul Relatives and friends
invited. Interment in Mount Olivet Ceme- ,
tery. 10 I
LIPSCOMB. WILLIAM P. On Wednesday. !
J.'ne 8 193.. st his residence the Ontario
Apartments. 2853 Ontario rd.. WILLIAM,
PH ISCK LIPSCOMB, beloved husband of ;
J-Uiie k Lipscomb Funeral services at
h:s *ate residence. Friday. June 10. at 2 30 ,
p m. Interment Congressional Cemetery. 9
ELIZABETH. On Monday. June 6.
1932 at her residence. 504 1 st n w
ELIZABETH, daughter of the late John
and Mary A Lynn Funeral from her
late residence on Thursday. June 9 at
9 30 * m Mass at St Patrick s Church
at 10 am. Relatives and friends invited
to attend. Interment Mount Olivet Cem
etery. g
LYNN. ELIZABETH. Members of 8t. Anr. s
Auxiliary. No 50. Knights of St. John,
and sister auxiliaries are requested to
attend the funeral of our deceased !-.ster
ELIZABETH LYNN. Thursday. June 9 at
St. Patrick s Church. 10 a m. Note
Members of St. Anns Auxiliary. No 50
will meet at the home. 504 E.e st nw
Wednesday, 7:30 p m . to recite the
go-ary. HOSE MOORE.
MARY HARDIE. President.
Recording Secretary.
MrADOO. ROME. Departed this life June !
5- 1932, at her residence. 918 26th st. n.w . !
ROSIE McADOO. She leaves to mourn '
their loss a loving mother, Moily Page: i
three brothers, two sisters and one aunt
and a host of other relatives and friends
Remains at F. M. Smith's funeral parlors
until Friday morning, thereafter at tier
late residence. Funeral from Salem Bap
tist Cnurrh. N st. between 9th and 10th.
on Saturday. June 11. at 1 o clock. Inter
ment Falls Church, Va. Friends and rela
tives invited. 9
McDonald. MARGARET I. On Tuesday.
June 7. 1932. at her residence. 314 9th st
n.e . MARGARET E.. beloved wife of
Charles A McDonald. Services will be
held at the residence of her son. 3013 7th
st. n.e.. on Friday. June 10. at 2 p m. In
terment in Glenwood Cemetery. 9
June 6. 1932. at Walter Reed General
lov-d wife of the late Byron H. Mills.
U S Army and daughter of Adolph and
the late Henrietta Volkmann. sister of j
Mrs Charles J. Rohland. Miss Minnie H . i
Fred C. Adolph H. and Charles W. Volk
mann. Funeral from the residence of
sister, Mrs. Charles J. Rohland. 2953
Tilden st. n.w.. Thursday. June 9. at 10:30
g.m. Relatives and friends are Invited.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 8
MIRRA Y. BLANCHE. Departed this life
June 6. 1932. at 7 30 am. BLANCHE
MURRAY. She leaves to mourn her loss
two sisters and one brother, one nephew
and one brother-in-law. Funeral will he
held from Mantle Winslow A Fillmore
funeral home. 2013 9th st. n.w . Thurs
day. June 9. at 2 p.m Relatives and
friends Invited. Rev Green ofBciating.
Interment Falls Church. Va.
PAGE. CARRIE M. The officers and mem
bers of Miriam Chapter, No. 4. O E. S . (
are hereby notified of the death of Hon
ored Lady CARRIE M PAGE who depart
ed this life May 15. 1932. in Baltimore. Md I
Assessment due at next regular communi
PENN. THELMA EI.OISE. Departed this j
life Monday. June 6. 1*32. at ( p m . at
her residence. 1224 C st, s.e . THELMA
ELOISE PENN, beloved wife of Dr. R S.
Pern and devoted dauyhter of Cheater A
and Ollie Smoot. She is also survived bv
a sister Iris V.: two brothers. Arthur and
Frederick Smoot, and manv other rela
tives and friends Funeral Thursday. June
9. at I pun., from Calvary P. E. Church.
11th and O als. s e Friends and relatives
Invited to attend. Interment Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery.
PENN. THELMA E. Member* of Thrift
Chapter. No. 12. O. E. 8. are hereby
notified of the death of our beloved mem
ber. THELMA E. PENN, on June 8. 1932.
and requested to attend the funeral
Thursday. June S. at 1 pm. from Calvary
P. E. Church, corner 11th and O sts. n.e.
By order of the R M.
M. B. SMOOT. Secy.
PERKINS. Ll'CT 0. Departed thll life Sun
day. June 5. 1932. at 3:30 am., at her
residence. 927 P st. n.w.. LUCY G. PER
KINS, beloved wife of William Perkins: de- ,
voted sister of Mrs. Luvenia Hill of Rich
mond. Va. and Mrs. Edith Ross of New
York, and devoted sunt of Mrs. Ruby Con
way and Walter Dickerson. Remains rest
ing tt George P Rove s funeral home. 1508
9th st. n.w. Funeral Wednesday, June 8
at 8 p m . from Metropolitan Baptist
Church. R st between 12th and 13th sts.
n.w. Interment Richmond. Va. 8
REITZ. HENRY. On Mondav. June 8. 1932.
HENRY, th* beloved husband of Jane
Mary Relts. Funeral from his late resi
dence. 1812 O st. n.w , on Thursday June
9. at 9 a m. Requiem mass at St. Mary's
Church at 9:30 o'clock Relatlvea and
frlende Invited. Interment St. Mary's
RICHARDSON. BYKON. Departed thU life
Monday. June 9, 1933. at his residence.
104 Virginia aye. s.w., BYRON RICHARD
SON. devoted husband of Ida Virginia
Richardson and ion of Alexander 8. and
the late Netta Richardson. mineral
Thursday. Juna 9. ■ at 1 pun., from Mc
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SANGSTON, CLARA. Suddenly, on Tues
day. June 7. 1932 at Emergency Hospital.
CLARA SANGSTON. beloved wife of tho
late Robert Frank Sangston and mother
of Raymond Rolllson. In the sixty-seventh
year of her age. Funeral from her late
residence. 633 F st. s.w . Friday, June 10.
at 2 p m. Relatives and friends Invited.
Interment Congressional Cemetery. * 9
SHANER. HARVEY K. On Monday. June 6.
1932. HARVEY K . beloved husband of Ada
B Shaner and fattier of Mrs. Thelma
Casey. Mrs. Ada Tutching. Misses Byrle and
Mary Shaner and A. Douglas Shaner and
son of Alexander D and tha late Marga
ret V. Shaner Funeral from his late resi
dence. 1358 Monroe st. n.w., on Thursday.
June 9. at 8.30 am.; thence to the Shrine
of the Sacred Heart Church, where mass
will be said at 9 a m. for the repose of
his soul. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Glen wood Cemetery. 8
SIMPSON. WILLIAM I. On Tuesday. Jung
7. 1932. at Ins residence. Park Central
Apts . WILLIAM I . husband of the late
Elizabeth Duvall Simpson. Body resting
at Joseph Gawlrr s Sons' Chapel. 1754
Pa ave n w. Services at the Western
Presbyteitan Church H st betwern 19th
and 20th sts. n w . Thursday June 9. at
2 pm. Relatives and friend* invited to
attend. Interment private.
SMITH. IDA. Departed this lif* on Tueg
dfyv.JV.ne 7 1932’ aUtr a brlff illness,
»t Oallinger Hospital IDA SMITH of
4701 Sheriff rd , Dewnwood. D. C wife
of the late James Smith, beloved daugh
ter of Margaret and the late Hugh Mur
ray. loving Sister of Sarah Newton and
aunt of Sarah Monroe. She leaves to
mourn their loss other relatives and friends
Remains at Barbour Bros funeral home.
48 K st me . until 6 u doth. Thursda*.
Funeral Friday. June 10. at Staunton. Va.
June t'._19?^' at *>‘S residence. 2215 F st!
FKANK. beloved husband
of Sarah Williams and father of Mrs Edna
Wallace. Delilah Williams and Mrs Medtel
oYVi1Sf i i a ho*«t of other relatives
fnd frifnv-s. Funeral Friday. June 10 st
J Pn>u- Nineteenth Street Baptist
Church. 19tn and I sts n w . Rev \v H
mom? CemMery! lM,rmpnt •'»**
In fHrmnrtam
BV*r'¥ MARV BREWER. In loving rr.em
"f ?br “Othe. MARY BREWER BUR
8? 1930 h° flt tW° years ag0' Jun*
Rest on dear mother, thy labor's o'er.
Thy *h lng hands w.ll toil no more.
Fanhfui mo-her boil, tiue arid kind,
i a truer mother you could never fir.d
us . he ti.d her best
God grant her soul eternal re«t
BIRRvi. NAOMI SEWEI.L. In loving me-n
u*toam!V ,dPI!,r daughter. NAOMI SEWELL
June 8 i*3o ‘Pft me t"° yfafs *8° today.
You suffered hours and days of pain
To, watt lor, cure but all in vain,
i .iJ God silo: e knew what was oest.
yo'‘ h0,,1P ,0 K.'-e you test
CADV. JOSEPHINE. I wish to dedicate thi.
spao to th»* memo! y of my beloved
mother. JOSEPHINE CADY, who denar'Jd
iS-Vo *‘le three years Eao today, June 8
CAREY. JAMES E. In sad but loving mem
2,ry dear son and brother. JAMES
F. CAREY who departed this life one
year ago today Ju .e 8 1931
He had a smile every or.e loved.
A heart a- pure as gold
To those who knew and loved him
His memory will never grow old
ing remembrance of our dearlv beloved
dauxntei. ISABELLE A DEARBORN, who
departed this life one year ago todav.
June 8 1031 Anniversary mass at 8t.
Dcminic s Church
HANFKF. FRANK W A tribute of love to
the memo! y of our son FRANK
Three vanished years Peace you've won.
Guarding the pint coast.
Dispensing God s immeasurable love.
While beloved the most. MOTHER. •
HIM.. MINNIE I Sacred to the memory of
our beio-.ed mother MINNIE I HILL, who
passed away on June 8 1928
Son. t nie we'll understand
JORDAN. MARA’ F. Sacred to the memorv
of my darling, sainted grandma. MARY
F JORDAN, who fell asleep :n Jesus one
year ago today. June 8. 1931
I cannot trace the mystic war
Where grandma, inv beloved, has gone.
The shadows now obscure my dat.
My soul cr.es o it. Alone
MORTIMER MARTHA A In sad but low
ing memory of our devotee daughter.
MARTHA A MORTIMER who departed
this life one year ago today. June 8. 1031.
Gone, but not forgotten.
PAl'LL, WILI.IAM LANG. In sad but lov
ing remembrance of our dear husband and
father. WILLIAM LANG PAULL. who De
parted this life six years ago today. June
8. 1926
A happy home we had enjoyed.
How sweet the memory still.
But death has left a loneliness
That never can be filled
S1LAE.N. MARIA. In sad but loving re
membrance of my dear wife MARIA
SYLVEN. who departed this life two years
ago today. June 8. 1930
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