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STANDARD OIL AGAIN
OFFERS TO BUY FIRM
LOS ANOELES, February 14 </P>.—
Standard Oil Co. of California has
renewed Its offer to purchase the
Richfield Oi. Co., it was disclosed yes
terday with announcement a reor
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gahization plan proposed by Standard
had been accepted.
The reorganization involves the
Richfield and the Pan-American Pe
troleum companies and has been ap
proved by committees representing
bondholders ot the two companies
and unsecured creditors of the latter
The new purchase plan, while
basically the same as the one which
expired December 25, 1033, la de
signed to facilitate the transaction,
It was said. The amount Involved Is
reported as remaining the same.
The previous offer totaled approxi
mately $23,500,000. Including $17,500,
000 ot 10-year 6 per cent debentures
of a new company guaranteed by
Standard and 16,000,000 of Standard
stock at the market value.
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“Father of Trusts” Was
Leader in World Ship
ping Affairs.
Charles Ranlett Flint, 84, the man
whose part in the organization o£
large American corporations led to
the sobriquet, ‘'the father of trusts,"
fled at his apartment In the Shore
ham Hotel Monday, It became known
| yesterday. Funeral services will be
: held tomorrow. Burial will be in Fort
Lincoln Cemetery.
His many-sided career, which started
j in New York as a dock clerk at $4
a day, saw him rise to Influential
places in shipping and financial
I worlds, and he took part in many
international commercial and military
affairs.
He was born in Thomasto. Me.. In
1850. As a boy he went to 15 offices
in New York trying to get a Job as
office boy at $4 a week. When he
failed at all of them, he secured a
job as dock clerk at $4 a day.
In the shipping world he became an
admirer of W. R. Grace, a rich busi
ness man who had been mayor of
New York. He went to Grace and
asked if Grace would allow him to
, work for him for nothing.
‘“That’s probably all you are worth,”
' said Grace and consented. Later
Flmt became Grace’s partner. The
partnership was Grace & Co., or
: ganized to do a general shipping busi
j ness between New York and the west
coast of South America. In 1876 he
\\as appointed Chilean consul In New
York, a Job which he resigned in 1879
when Chile declared war against Peru,
of w’hich latter country he was the
American financial agent.* Later he
represented Costa Rica and Nicaragua
a* their consul general in the United
States.
«ir. rum visited Brazil in 1884 and
orgamzed a large rubber business on
uie banks of the Amazon. Returning
to the United States the next year,
he became associated with Flint &
Co., shipowners and lumber and gen
eral merchandise dealers.
In the international conference of
American republics, held in 1890-1891,
Flint was named United States repre
sentative on the conference Commit
i tees on Customs and Banking and
helped negotiate commercial and reci
procity treaties between the United
States and South American countries.
He sold warships to the Brazilian
government in 1893 and two years
later negotiated the sale of the cruiser
Esmeralda from Chile to Japan, the
ship being delivered to the latter na
tion to take part in the Stno-Japa
nese War of 1895. He was United
States agent In negotiation* for war
vessels during the Spanish-American
Wat. During 1904 and 1905 he was
busy buying warships for Russia.
What he is principally remembered
' for In this country, however, is his
genius in organizing corporations,
i Among those in whose formation he
! took part are the American Woolen
Co., the United States Rubber Co..
Sloss Sheffield Steel & Iron Co., the
American Chicle Co. and the Com
puting Scales Co.
Mr. Flint married Miss E Kate
Simmons of Troy. N. Y„ In 1883
, They had a happy married life until
^ her death In 1925. Two years later,
when he was 77, he married Miss
Charlotte Reeves, a Washingtonian
then residing at 1821 Corcoran street.
They had met when Flint was on one
of his business trips to Washington.
Mrs. Flint survives.
MAURICE STARR DIES
Srecli! Dispatch to The Star.
FREDERICK. Md., February 14._
Maurice F. Starr, president of the
People's Bank of Libertytown. died
Monday evening at his Libertytown
home following an illness of several
wefks. He was 60 years of age.
He had headed the institution for
j 10 years. He is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Alma Etzler Smith Starr, and
one grandson, Kenneth Starr, Balti
more.
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IMRS. IDA V. WATKINS
DIES IN CEDAR GROVE
^Montgomery County Resident
Was Prominently Identified
With Baptist Church.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
CEDAR GROVE, Md., February 14.
—Mrs. Ida.V. Watkins, 61. a lifelong
resident of Montgomery County, died
at her home here last night following
an illness of several months.
Mrs. Watkins was an active worker
for many years In the Upper Seneca
Baptist Church.
She Is survived by her husband. J.
Dallas Watkins; two sons. Wilbur and
Guy Watkins, both of Cedar Grove,
and a daughter, Mrs. Carson Nichol
son of Baltimore.
Funeral services will be held at the
Upper Seneea Baptist Church Friday
afternoon at 2 o'clock and Interment
is to be In the adjoining cemetery.
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LIPSCOMB RITES HELD
Heal Estate Broker Buried in
Oak Hill Cemetery.
Funeral services for Lisle Seaton
Lipscomb, 67, were held yesterday at
Hysong’s funeral home, followed by
burial in Oak Hill Cemetery. Mr.
Lipscomb was a prominent real es
tate broker in this city for many
; years. He was active in many clubs.
His death occurred Saturday when
injuries which he had received Wed
nesday from a fall on the Icy pave
ments proved fatal.
Pallbearers were nephews and
grandnephews, and honorary pall
bearers were George M. Emmerich.
George O’Connor, Dr. Philip Cronin.
Theodore Gill, sr.; Herman Pectin
and Frank F. Greenawalt.
ADMIRAL HALL BURIED
i-uiicrai services ror Rear Admiral
Reynold T. Hall, retired, who died
Sunday, were held today with full
military honors in Arlington National
Cemetery. Capt. Sydney K. Evans,
naval chaplain, officiated.
Honorary pallbearers were Rear
Admiral Hutch I. Cone, retired: Rear
Admiral L. A. Bostwick. retired: Rear
Admiral Richard H Leigh. Capt. E
S Jackson. Capt. R. C. Davis and
Capt John D. Robnett.
Admiral Hall was survived bv hi*
widow. Mr? Anne Martin Hall of
Wyneewood, Pa.
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POLICEMAN SHOT
Pvt. George E. Cooper, second pre
cinct. was slightly wounded In the
left hand last night when a .22-caliber
pistol he was cleaning at his home.
2902 Vista street northeast, acci
dentally discharged. He was treated
at Sibley Hospital.
__ FOUND.
FOR LOST ANIMALS apply Animal Res
cue League 71 O st, n.w. NOrth 57.H>
LADY_8 COIN FUR8F. blue: found 8th st!
near K n.w. Call NOrth 308.9-W. »
LOST.
Lost and Found advertisements
for the daily Star will be accepted
Mondays to Fridays, inclusive, up
to noon day of issue. Saturdays
and legal holidays up to 10 A.M.
day of issue. For the Sunday Star
up to 11 PM. Saturday.
BUNCH OF KEYS; one key bears num
ber C-151.1; Under please drop card to
Box 218-Y, Star office. Owner will calL
Reward. __
DIAMOND EARRING, on Que st. between
l*th and Cuth sts.. February 3 2. Finder
will be rewarded. Address Box 35-X. Star
office.___
DOG. largr long-haired, all white! rel
sembling both Spitz and collie. Reward.
WEst 0405.__,
PURSE, containing money, watch and bank
books, at Loew’s Palace Theater, Thursday
evening. Reward. 1513 O st. n.w„ No. swift.
PURSE, black, inside or outside A. A P i
store, near Wisconsin ave. and Macomb
»t.: liberal reward. CL. 5588._ _ J
PURSE—Black, containing papers, keys,
rosary, belonging to dead relative; Satur
day night on L »t. n.w. Reward. 1515 L
8t. n.w. Phone STerllng 0871. Mrs. Allen. •
WRIST WATCH. Elgin, old-fashioned oink
gold, filigree bracelet.. Liberal reward.
Rose Veber, 161ft Newton at. n.e. 16*
$100 REWARD for the return to Nichols
Company of a straight flexible platinum
bracelet, uniform width, about one-fourth
Irjch width, with one row of square-cut onyx
through the center and a row of email dia
monds on each side, about 100 onyx and
200 diamonds. Lost on or about February
4. between Carlton Hotel and 3Poo Ne
braska ave
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BARNES. SAMUEL W. On Tuesday. Feb
ruary 13. 1D34. at 6:05 p.m..at the
residence of hl« brother. ROBERT O.
Barnes. 6025 Hutchins pi. n.w.. SAM
UEL W. BARNES, beloved husband of
the late Belle Barnes and beloved broth
er nf Joseph H. Barnes, Jonathan
Barnes. Mrs. Clara M. DenelL Enoch
Bsrnes and Robert O. Barnes. Funeral
from the George W Wise Co. funeral
home. 3000 M at. n w.. on Friday. Feb
ruary 16. at 3 pm. Relatives and
friends Invited. Interment Potomac.
Md. 15
BELL, PRISCILLA. On Sunday. February
11 1934. at 11:60 pm., at her resi
dence. 909 6th at. n w„ PRISCILLA
BELL widow of Joseph M Bell and
devoted mother of Agnes and Eliza Bell
and Mrs. Mary A. Clayton ot Pittsburgh.
Pa., and grandmother of Mrs. Alma E.
Tucker. Remains resting at Brewart's
funeral home. 30 H st. n.e. Notice of
funeral later. 14
MRS. SANDERS. WIFE
OF BANKER, DIES
Was Active in Health Reform
Work—Private Rites To
morrow.
i _
I Mrs. Hannah Berliner Sanders, 49.
; wife of Joseph Sanders, vice president
of the Bank of Commerce & Savings,
died yesterday at her residence, 2612
Tilden street. She was active In aid
ing the general health conditions of
the city, and was affiliated with many
organizations devoted to health Im
provement.
Mrs. Sanders was a lifelong resident
of Washington. She was a daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Emile Berliner. Mr. Ber
liner was a well known Inventor.
She was a vice president of the
District of Columbia Parent-Teacher
Association, a member of the board
of the Woman's Clinic, the Social
Hygiene Association, the Bureau of
Health Education and the Tuberculo
sis Association. She also was a mem
ber cf the Executive Committee of
the District of Columbia branch of
the International Association for the
Advancement of Colored People
1 _I_. . r .
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ter, Mrs. Maurice H. Friedman of
Philadelphia, and two sons, Robert
Sanders, who is associated with the
Pan-American Airways Airport at
Lima, Peru, and Richard Sanders, a
student at Massachusetts Institute of
Technology In Boston.
Funeral services will be held at
noon tomorrow at the residence and
will be private.
Citizens’ Committee to Meet.
The Executive Committee heading
I the drive for increased membership
of citizens’ associations will meet for
plans at 8 o’clock tomorrow
night in room 508 District Building.
THE WEATHER
District of Columbia—Fair and not
so cold tonight; lowest temperature
about 22 degrees; tomorrow fair and
warmer: moderate southwest winds.
Maryland and Virginia—Fair and
not so cold tonight and tomorrow.
West Virginia—Fair and warmer
:onight and tomorrow.
Report for Last 24 Hours.
Temperature. Barometer.
Yesterday— Degrees. Inches.
4 p.m. 28 29.76
8 p m. 21 29 98
Midnight .... 15 30.10
Today—
* *m.. 13 30.15
8 a m. 11 30 26
Noon . 23 30.25
Record for Last 24 Hours.
'From noon yesterday to noon today.)
Highest, 30, noon yesterday; year
ago. 47.
Lowest, 11, 7:30 am. today; vear
ago, 40.
Record Temperatures This Year.
Highest, 69. on January 25
Lowest, —6r2, on February 9.
Humidity for Last 24 Hours.
(From noon yesterday to noon today.)
Highest, 54 percent, at 8 a.m. today.
Lowest, 34 per cent, at 7 p.m yes
terday.
Tide Tables.
(Furnished by United States Coast
and Geodetic Survey.)
Today. Tomorrow.
High . 8:13 am. 9.03 a.m.
Low . 2:36 a.m. 3:23 am.
High . 8:43 p.m. 9:31p.m.
Low ••••••• 2:55 p.m. 3:46 p.m.
The Sun and Moon.
Rises. Sets.
Sun, today 7:01 5:44
Sun, tomorrow 7:00 5:45
Moon, today 7:18 a.m. 6:46 p.m.
Automobile lights must be turned
on one-half hour after sunset.
Monthly precipitation in inches in
the Capital (current month to date):
Month. 1934. Average. Record.
January.... 1.97 3.55 7.09 '82
February... 0.96 3.27 6.84 ’84
March. 3.75 8 84 ’91
April. 3.27 9 13 ’89
May. 3.70 10.69 89
June. 4.13 1094 ’00
July. 4.71 10.63 '86
August. 4.01 14.41 ’28
September. 3.24 10.81 ’76
October. 2.84 8.57 '85
November. 2.37 8.69 '89
December. 3.32 7.56 ’01
Weather in Various Cities.
Stations.
Abilene, Tex... 30.00 70 60 .... Clear
Albany. N. Y.. 30.18 26 -4 .... Clear
Atlanta. Ga . . . 30.20 50 36 .... Clear
Atlantic City . 30.20 24 fi .... Clear
Baltimore. Md.. 30.22 34 10 .... Clear
Birmingham .. 30.20 58 3R .... Clear
Bismarck. N. D. 20.80 54 32 .... Clear
Boston. Mass... 28.94 34 —2 .... Clear
Buffalo. N. Y. . 30.14 « -4 0.02 Clear
Charleston. SC. 30 24 50 36 .... Clear
Chicago. 111... 29.90 28 24 _ Clear
Cincinnati. O. . 30.00 32 26 .... Clear
Cleveland. O.. . 30.10 14 4 0.02 Cloudy
Columbia. 8 C. 30.26 54 30 .... Clear
Denver Colo. 30.02 62 38 .... Clear
Detroit. Mich...'in 06 16 8 .... cloudy
El Paso. Tex... 30.12 68 42 .... Clear
Galveston. Tex. 30.20 64 54 .... Clear
Helena, Mont.. 30.10 52 44 .... Clear
Huron. 8 Dak. 29 90 62 28 .... Cloudy
Indlananolls ... 29.98 30 28 .... Clear
Jacksonville ...30,26 04 42 .... Clear
Kansas City... 29 90 66 36 .... Clesr
Los Angeles.... 30 12 76 54 .... Cloudy
Louisville. Ky.. 30.02 38 30 .... Clear
Miami Fla.... 30.22 64 48 .... Clear
Minneapolis ... 29.76 36 28 .... Clear
New Orleans... 30 24 64 48 .... Clear
New York. 30.14 34 4 .... Clear
Oklahoma City. 29 98 68 44 .... Clear
Omaha Nebr.. . 29 90 60 36 .... Clear
Philadelphia . . 30.22 34 8 Clear
Phoenix. Aril... 30 04 82 4« ... Clear
Pittsburgh Pa.. 30 20 18 4 .... Clear
Portland, Me... 29.86 30 -2 o.Ol Clear
Portland. Oreg. 30.12 60 38 .... clear
Raleigh. N. C . . 30.24 44 26 .... Clear
Salt Lake City. 30.23 54 34 .... Clear
San Antonio... 30.10 72 48 .... Clear
San Diego. Cal. 30.12 70 54 .... Cloudy
San Francisco.. 30.06 66 52 .... Clear
St. Louis. Mo.. 29.92 50 36 .... Clear
Seattle. Wash. 30.16 54 36 .... Cloudy
Spokane. Wash. 30.28 52 30 .... Cloudy
Tampa. Fla. .. 30.24 62 48 .... Clear
WASH. D. C.. 30.28 31 11 _ Clear
FOREIGN.
Stations Temperature. Weather.
(7 a m., Greenwich time, today i
London. England . 31 Cloudy
Paris. France . 20 Cloudy
Vienna. Austria . 25 Foggy
Berlin. Germany ...... 27 Cloudy
Brest. Prance . 41 Cloudy
Zurich. Switzerland ... 25 Cloudy
Stockholm Sweden .... 32 Cloudy
Gibraltar. Spain . 55 Cloudy
(Noon. Greenwich time, today.)
Horta (Faya!). Azores . . 58 Cloudy
(Current observations.)
8t. Georges, Bermuda... 56 Cloudy
San Juan. Puerto Rico.. 70 Clear
Havana. Cuba . 64 Cloudy
Obion. Canal Zoea. w Cloudy
Untflja.
BOWEN. GLADYS. Departed thla Ute on
Friday. February 8. 1834. at her resi
dence. 37 H at. I.W., OLADYS BOWEN
the devotad daughter of William and
Lucy Bowen. She alao leaves to mourn
their loss five Bisters. Catherine. Helen.
Atnts. Theresa and Lucille Bowen: one
brother. John Bowen, and a host of
other relatives and friends Remains
resting at John T. Rhtnes' funeral
home. 3rd and Eye ats. s.w. Funeral
Thursday. February IS. at 1:30 pm
from the above chapel. Interment
Payne's Cemetery.
BROOKS. ROSE E. Departed this life
February II. 1834. at 1 p.m.. at her
residence, 306 8th st. n.e.. ROSE E
BROOKS, daughter of the late Henry
and Fidelia Brooks, sister of Simjn H.
Brooks and Henrietta Thomas, aunt of
Mrs. Sarah Thompson. Joshua and
H*zeklah Elwood. Elizabeth Wormley.
Eliza oath Bailey. Matthew and Edward
Cllnkins. and also a host of other rela
tives. Remains resting at 311 8th st.
n.e. Funeral Thursday at 1 p.m. from
Mount Zion Baptist Church. J3th and
C sts. n.e.. Rev. J. T. Smith, pastor. •
BROWN. GEORGE C. Passed away on
Monday. February 1*2. 193*4. at 7:30
p in.. GEGRGE C.. husband of tb* late
Hannah E. Brown and devoted father
of Ethel Brown Pair. Funeral Friday.
February IB. at 10 a m . from Grice’s
funeral parlor. 1'lth and R sts. n.w.
Relatives and friends are invited.
BURNS. EDWARD E. On Monday. Feb
ruary 12. 1934. at Freedmen’s Hospital.
EDWARD E. BURNS, beloved nephew of
Mrs. Lucinda Mack and Wallace Ezelle.
He also leaves other relatives and a
host of friends to mourn his departure.
Remains resting at the John T. Rhine*
funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w.
Notice of funeral later.
DEAN. JOSEPH MAI RICE. On Monday.
Februarv 12. 1934. at his residence
247 11th st. a.e.. JOSEPH MAURICE
DEAN, beloved husband of Clara B
Dean *nee Schatz). Funeral from the
above residence on Thursday. February
15. at 9 am. Mass at 8: Ignatius'
Church. Oxon Hill Md. it 10 »m
Relatives and friends are Invited. In
terment church cemetery.
DRALEY. JOHN J. On Tuesday. Febru
ary 13. 1834. JOHN J. DRALEY. hus
band of the iate Mary B. Draley. Fu
neral from the residence of hli daugh
ter. Mrs. Frank N Harron. 322 Varnum
at. n.w. on Friday. February IB, at
8:46 a m. Requiem mass at St Gabriel’s
Church at 10:16 a m. Relatives and
friends are Invited. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. 16
FEARSON. HENRY MILLS. On Tuesday.
February 13, 1834. at Georgetown Uni
versity Hospital HENRY MILLS the
beloved husband of May Kniehl Fearson
and son of Howard F. and the late
Emma Louise Fearson He also is sur
vived by seven sisters and three broth
ers. Funeral services at his late rest
dence. 444 Randolph st. n w.. on Fri
day. February 1«». at 8:30 a m .: thence
to St. Gabriel's Church, where mass will
be offered at 9 a m. for the repose of i
his soul. Relatives and friends invited j
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 15
FEARSON. HENRY M. The members of
Carroll Council Knights of Columbus,
are hereby notified of the death of
Brother HENRY M PEARSON and are
requested to assemble at his late resi
dence. 444 Randolph st. n.w . Thursday
nlzht. February 15. 1934. at. 8 o'clock,
for the recitation of the rosary Fu
neral Friday morning at 9 o'clock from
fit. Gabriel s Church
W. FRANCIS DELANEY. O. K.
HENRY J. KANE. F. S. 15
ruary 12. 1934. at his residence the
Shoreham Hotel. CHARLES R FLINT
beloved husband of Charlotte Reeves
Flint. Remains resting at the funeral
home of Almus R. Speare. 1823 Conn,
ate. n.w. Services at the Washington
Heights Presbyterian Church on Thurs
day. February 15. at 2 p.m. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery
FORD. MARY MAGDALEN. Departed this
life Monday February 12 1934. at her
residence. 1228 Walter st. se. MARY
MAGDALEN, beloved mother of Thomas
Melvin Ford. She also leaves two sis
ters. a brother and a host of other
relatives and friends. Solemn requiem
mass will be sung at St. Cyprian's
Church. 13th and C sts. s.e . Thursday
February 15. at 9 am. lor the repose
of her soul. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery.
FOSALBA. JOSEPH. On Tuesday. Feb
ruary 13. 1934. JOSEPH FOSALBA be
loved husband of Lexie Madle Fosalba
<nee Robinson'. Funeral from the W
W. Chambers Co funeral home. 517
11th st se. Notice of lime later.
GEM'S. SAMUEL ANDREW. Departed
this life Monday. Feoruary 12. 1934.
SAMUEL ANDREW GENUS of Pooles
ville. Md He leaves to mourn their
loss a wife Ruth A Genus two sons.
Irving and Samuel Ger.us: one daughter
and a host of other relatives and
friends. Body resting at Malvan *
Schey's funeral home. N. J. ave and
R st. n.w. Funeral Thursday. Febru
ary 15. at 1 pm., from the Poolesville
(Md l Church. Interment Jerusalem
Cemetery. 14
GODWIN. WILLIAM J. On Monday. Feb
ruary 12 1934. at his residence. 327
Bingham ave.. Arlington. Va , WILLIAM
J . beloved husband of Gertrude Godwin
Funeral from the above residence on
Thursday. February 15. at 2:30 p m.
Relatives and friends are invited. In
terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 14
GREEN. GEORGE. On Saturday Febru
ary 10. 1934 at Mount Alto Hospital.
GEORGE GREEN of 1827 9th st n w
He is survived by one daughter. Mabel
Green: four grandchildren and three
great-grandchildren. Remains resting
at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church
1432 You st. n.w. Funeral Friday.
February 1«. at 9 a m from St Au
gustine's Church Interment irlington
National Cemetery 14
GREEN STREET. W. PRESTIEY. On
Monday February 12. 1934. at his
residence 715 E st. sw W. PREST
LEY GRFENSTREET beloved son of the
late William F and Rebecca L Green
street Funeral from the chapel of P
A Taltavull. 430 7th at s w on
Thursday. February 15. at 2 pm. Rel
atives and friends are Invited. Inter
ment Glenwood Cemetery. 14
GUITNER. ADA J. On Monday. February
12. 1934. at her residence. Wakefield
Hall. 2101 New Hampshire ave. n.w..
Miss ADA J. GUITNER. beloved aunt
of Mrs. Mabel Arnold. Columbus. Ohio.
Remains resting at the S. H. Hines
Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w..
until 10 p.m. Wednesday. February 14
Funeral services and interment at Wes
terville. Ohio. Please omit Sowers 14
HARDIE. BOBERT. On Monday. Febru
ary 12, 1934, ROBERT, the beloved son
of the late John F. and Mary A Hardie.
Funeral from the residence of his
brother. Joseph A Hardie. 612 B st s.e..
on Thursday morning. February 15. at
S3C o'clock; thence to St Peter's
Church, where requiem mass will be
said at 9 o'clock. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
tery 14‘
HARRIS. GEORGE. Departed this life
Sunday February 11. 1934. at 4 pm.,
at Gallinger Hospital. GEORGE HAR
RIS. the beloved brother of Mamie.
John. Arthur snd James Harris. He
also leaves a host of other relatives and
friends to mourn their loss Funeral
Thursday. February 15. at 2 p.m.. from
his late residence 937 Snows ct n.w.
Relatives and friends Invited to attend.
Interment Harmony Cemetery. •
HAYWARD. LILA ABBOTT. On Wednes
day. February 14. 1934. at her resi
dence. 1225 L st. n.w., Apt. 19 LII.A
ABBOTT HAYWARD beloved wife of
Harrv A Hayward. Remains restlrfg In
the W W. Chambers Co. funeral home
1400 Chapin st. n.w. Notice of funeral
later.
HI NGERFORD. AGNES. Departed this
life on Monday February 12. 1034. at
2:05 am., after a brief illness, at Gal
linker Hospital. AGNES HUNGEFFORD
of 361 M st s.w. She leaves to mourn
their loss a devoted friend, Walter
Dozier, and a host of other friends.
Remains resting at Eukene Fords fu
neral home. 1300 South Capitol st. Fu
neral on Thursday. February 15. at 1
Sm . from the above-named funeral
ome. Rev. J. 8. Miller, pastor of the
Pilgrim Baptist Church, officiating. In
terment Rogemont Cemetery. Remains
may be viewed at 12 o’elock Wednesday
JACKSON. EDWARD. On Sunday. Feb
ruary 11. 1934. at his residence. 85 L
st. n.w., EDWARD JACKSON, the d*
voted husb»nd of Lillian Jackson, father
of James and Albert Jackson. He also
leaves other relatives. Funeral Thurs
day. February IB, at 2 p m. from the
W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 14.12
You st. n.w Interment Lincoln Me
morial Cemetery. 14
JESSUP. JULIA MARTYNF. On Tuesday.
February 13. 1014. at George Washing
ton University Hospital. JULIA MAR
TYNE. wife of Ashley Kenneth Jessup
of 1721 T st. n w. Services at the
chapel of Joseph Gawler's Sons. 1750
Pennsylvania ave. n.w.. on Thursday.
February 15. at 0:30 a m. Interment
the same afternoon at 1:30 o’clock at
Arlington Cemetery. West Philadelphia.
Pa.
JOHNSON. MARY CATHERINE (KATE).
Suddenly, on Tuesday, February 13.
1034. at her residence. 1318 Columbia
rd. n.w.. MARY CATHERINE < KATE >
JOHNSON, beloved sister of the late
William A. Johnson. Funeral from her
lale residence on Friday. February 1«.
at 8:30 am. Requiem mass at the
Shrine of the Sacred Heart at !> a m
Relatives and friends invited to attend.
Interment at Congressional Cemetery.
15
LAUXMAN. JULIA. On Tuesday. Febru
ary 13. 10.14. at the residence of her
son. Charles Edward Lauxman. 1445
Maryland ave. n e.. JULIA LAUXMAN.
beloved wife of the late Andrew Laux
man. Services will be held at the above
address on Thursday. February 15. at
2 p m. Interment In Cedar Hill Cem
etery. 14
MERCER. JENNIE. Departed this life on
Tuesday. February 13. 1014 at 3:15
p.m.. at Freedmen’s Hospital, in the
full triumph of Christian faith. Mrs.
JENNIE MERCER, widow of Phillip Mer
cer. loving sister of Mrs. Rachel White
of Winchester, Va.. and great-aunt of
Miss Virginia Rideoutt. Remains rest
ing at Moon's funeral home. 1322 You
st. n.w.. until Friday. February 10. at
12:30 p.m. Notice ot funeral here
after. •
O’DONNELL. C. ESTELLE. Suddenly, on
Monday. February 12. 1034. at the resi
dence of her brother. George A. O'Don
nell of 1222 Randolph st. n.e. (Wash
ington. D. C ). C. ESTELLE O DONNELL.
Funeral from the above residence on
Thursday February 15, at 8:30 a m.
Requiem mass at 8t. Anthony's Church
at 0 a.m. Relatives and friends are in
vited. Interment New Cathedral Ceme
tery. Baltimore. Md. 14
rALMER. SAMUEL. On Saturday. Febru
ary 10. 1034. at Arlington. Va.. SAMUEL,
the devoted husband of Hattie Palmer:
brother of Lorensa Palmer. Albert
Palmer Clara Scott and Mary West.
Funeral Thursday. February 16. at 1
pm., from Mt. Zion Baptist Church,
Arlington. Va Remains testing at tha
W Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432
You st. n.w., until Wednesday evening,
thereafter a| his lata rasidence. 14
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PETERS, LHARI.ES C. On Mondsr Spb*
ru#ry 12. 1934. *t bis residence, 226 T
st n.e.. CHARLES C. beloved son of
Annie V. and the late Conrad Peters.
Funeral from his lste residence on
Thursday. February IS. at 8:30 a.m.:
thence to St. Martin's Church, where
requiem mesa will be said at 0 a.m.
Relatives and friends Invited. Inter*
ment at Arlington National Cemetery 1*
REII.Y, GEOROE ELLSWORTH. On Tuee
day. February 13. 1934. at his resi
dence. 3625 Albemarle at. n w.. GEORG*
ELLSWORTH REILY. beloved husbend
of Esther M. Relly. Services will be held
at his lata residence on Thursday. Feb
ruary 15, at 10 a.m. Interment In
Harrisburg. Pa. 14
SAEGMl'LLER. GEORGE N. On Monday.
February 12. 1934 st h’s residence, 560
Little Falls /d Arllnaton County, Va.,
GEORGE N «AEOMULLER husband of
the late Marla Jane Saegmuller and
rather of John Lee. Fred B. and Georg#
1 M Saegmuller Funeral from the abovg
residence Thursday. February 15 at
2 p.m. 14
SCHAAFF. ALICE B. Suddenly, on Wed
nesday. February 14. 1934. at her rest
dence. 1310 Franklin fit. n.e.. ALICE B
flCHAArr <nec Connlck). beloved wifi
of George W Schaaff. Notice of fu
neral hereafter.
TALLEY. FRANKLIN ARNOLD. On
Wednesday. February 14. 1934, at the
residence of his daughter. Mrs. Mamie
Davis. 2249 14th st. s.e . FRANKLIN
ARNOLD TALLEY, husband of they late
Eliza Talley. Funeral on Friday. Feb
ruary 16, from his lste residence. 1222
Jackson at. Staunton. Va.
tTTERBAl'GH. MARGARET. On Tues
day. February 13. 1934. at 9:30 a.m .
MARGARET beloved wife of the lata
John Utterbaugh. mother of Walter H.
Utterbaugh. Funeral services Thursday,
at 2 p.m, at 3004 Wylie ave.. Balti
more. Md, •
VALENTINE. RICHARD ROANE On Tues
day. February 13. 1934. at his resi
dence. 1321 Kenyon st. n w. RICHARD
ROANE VALENTINE, beloved husband
of Mabel P. Valentine. Services at the
S H. Hines Co funeral home. 2901
14th at n w . Thursday. February 15.
at 2 pm. Interment Cedar Hill Cem
etery
WATKINS. IDA T. On Tuesday. Feb
ruary 13. 1934 it her home, it Cedar
Grove. Mrs. IDA V. WATKINS, beloved
wife of J Dallas Watkins, mother of
Wilbur Watkins. Guy Watkins and Mrs.
Carton Nicholson. Funeral services at
Upper 8°neca Baptist Church, at Cedar
Grove. Friday. February 16. at 2 pm.
Interment in cemetery adjoining church.
16
WILLIAMS. FOSTER. On Sunday. Feb
ruary 11. 1934. at Canandaigua. N Y..
after a lingering illness. F08TER WIL
LIAMS. the devoted husband of Jessie
M Williams and son of Lillie Johnson
He also leaves three sisters and three
brothers. Remains resting gt the W.
Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You
st. n w. Funeral Friday. February 16.
at 12 noon, from the above funeral
church Rev. Virgil Taylor officiating.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery
16
WILSON. MARSHALL HASLl/F. 8uddenlr
on Tuesday. February 13. 1934. at
Homeopathic Hospital MARSHALL HAS
LUP WILSON, beloved husband of Na
talie B D Wilson and father of Dor
othy F Wilson Remains resting st
the chapel of John R Wright Co. 133T
loth fit. n m . until 9 o'clock Thursday
rrornlng February 16. Funeral services
at the Burns funeral parlors Towson
Md . Thursday. February 16. it 2 pm
14
In HUmoriant.
FRANCIS. MART E. 8acred to the merr
ory of our d«*ar moiher. MARY F
FRANCIS, who left us so suddenly 1 .'»
years ago today. February 14. 1019
What Is home without a mother*
All things this world may rend.
But when we lost our dear mother
We lost our dearest friend.
God knows how much we miss you
Ne\er shall your memory fade.
Loving thoughts still wander
To the grave where you art laid.
Our hearts still'ache with sadness.
Our eyes shed many tears
God only knows how we miss you
At the end of these fifteen years
HER DAUGHTERS
FRANCIS. MART E. In sad but lovmc
remembrance of my dear mother. MAR'"
E FRANCIS who departed this life 15
years ago today Feoruary 14. 1P1P
Gone are her step* I loved so dear.
Silent her voice I loved to hear.
Too far away for sight or speech.
But not too far for my thoughts to
reach.
Some day I hope to meet you. dear
mother:
Some day I know not when.
To clasp your hand in a better land.
Never ’o part again.
DEVOTED SON. CHARLES E FRANCIS.

HARRIS. JOHN F. In loving memory of
my afar fathfr. JOHN F HARRI8, who
passfd away five years ago today, Feb
ruary 14. 1929.
HIS DAUGHTER. ETHEL HARRIS
GRUBBS. •
KINSEY. JOSEPH A. A tribute of love
and devotion to the memory of our
husband and father. JOSEPH A. KIN
SLY. who departed this life 19 years
ago today. February 14. 1915.
A precious one from us has gone.
A voice we loved is stilled;
A place is vacant in our hearts
Which never can be filled
LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN •
LEE. ELNORA Sacred to the memory o'
Mr? ELNORA LEE. who parsed awav at
Cotton Valley. La one year ago toda?
February 14. 1933.
_ Gone hut not forgotten
HE,?,w9HIV£?EN 4N'D THEIR FAM
ILIES. MRS ANNA JORDAN JAMES
LFE CICERO A LET MARTHA
&ATSON. RAIMA CLARK TISHrE
WILLIAMS AND TILMON LEE. •
ONLEY. JAMES FENTON. Sacred to the
memory of my loving and faithful la
ther JAMES FENTON ONLEY. who de
parted this life seven years ago today
February 14. 1927.
Dear father, how I miss you
Since from earth you passed sway.
And my heart is aching sadly
—,£s.L.thinlc of you today.
H Irown ° daughter- ida ONUSY
ROBINSON, LILLIAN. In loving memory
of my dear sister, LILLIAN ROBINSON
who passed away five year* ago today.
February 14. 1929.
Deep in our hearts lies a plctura
Of a dear one laid to rest;
In memory's frame we will hold It
..Because she was one of the best
HER iS^ING BP.OTTIEIR. MAJ. PETER
L. ROBINSON, AND FAMILY.
SCOGGINS. ELIZA. In memory of my
dear mother. ELIZA SCOGGINS, who
left me three years ago today. Feb
ruary 14. 19.31.
* t^lpk of days gone by.
When wp were both together.
®“* how changed it is now
w, Sjngg Tgu have gone forever.
ETTA HAWKIN8AUGHTKR* HSNR,
mar? rss:
who passed into the great be
yond 11 *e*rs sao today. February 14
1928. EDWARD SIMMONS •
L. 1° loving remem
°f mv dear mother. LUCY I
STEPHENS, who departed this life five
years ago today. February 14. 1929.
, Gone but not forgotten.
HSTEPHENSN° 6°N- .«
8TKOBEL. HENRIETTA J. In lid but
aa.-asshSpA-j. gftass. :nhd0
February 14* ]Sufi.19 T'*" M0 lod‘J'
Dearest mother, patient mother,
I/Jvine mother, so kind and true
nesting now in peace with Jesus.
..Loving hearts remember you
HEit.^VOTED CHILDREN AND HUS
BAND. •
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