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v JEREMIAH J. LYNCH,
RETIRED BUTCHER, DIES
Native of District Was Member
of Holy Name Society and
Knights of Columbus.
Jeremiah J. Lynch, 75, a native of
Washington, died yesterday at George
town University Hospital after a brief
illness. He was a retired butcher.
Born In the District, Mr. Lynch at
tended the public schools here and
entered the meat business as a young
man. When he retired several years
ago, he was proprietor of a market at
Twenty-first and K streets.
Mr. Lynch was a member of the
Holy Name Society of Holy Trinity
Church and of the Knights of Colum
bus. He lived et 1427 Thirty-fifth
street.
Surviving are two daughters. Miss
Mary E. and Miss Cecelia S. Lynch;
two brothers, James C. and Daniel P.
Lynch, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Keat
ing, all of Washington.
Southern Rhodesia threatens to li
cense its tobacco growers.
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KARL E. SCHAEFER
RITES TOMORROW
Georgetown U. Band Instructor,
Native of Gernyiny, to Beit
in Arlington.
Special Dispatch to The Star.
BERWYN. Md„ November 11.—Fu
neral services for Karl E. Schaefer,
65, prominent band Instructor of
Oaoreetown University and personal
k. E. Scbmefrr.
illCUU U1C
late Victor Her
bert, who died
Saturday atSun
nyside Station,
near here, will be
held at the home
at 1:45 p.m. to
morrow.
Although born
in Bavaria, Ger
many, Mr.
Schaefer served
for 27 years with
the United States
Army, seeing
service in Span
Lsn-nmriicaii, Mexican zjorqer ana
World War engagements. He retired
In 1920 to become instructor of
Georgetown University bands.
Educated in Germany, he attended
the Conservatory of Music at Leipzig,
where he became acquainted with Vic
tor Herbert. He enlisted in the United
States Army after entering- this
country in 1890.
Burial will be in Arlington National
Cemetery with full military honors.
He leaves his wife, Mrs. Julia M.
Schaefer; two sons, Karl E.' and Ed
ward K. Schaefer, and seven daugh
ters, Miss Julia M. Schaefer, Mrs.
Winona K. Williams, Mrs. Annetta T.
Stello, Mrs. Edna M. Nash. Mrs.
Thelma V. Sevenhuysen, Mrs. Elva P.
Downing and Mrs. Evelyn A. Rice,
Births Reported.
Elmer R. and Mary A. Ager. boy.
Cecil W. and Mary M Arnold, airl.
Cecil A and Elizabeth chandler, boy and
tirl twini. . . .
Oeorae W. and Phoebe 8. Crozby. tirl.
Roy T. and Katherine A. Dameron, boy.
Elmer B. and Mary C. Dove. boy.
Clyde B and Florence E. Flahel. boy.
Clarke C. and Mary F Jewell, tirl.
Thomas J. and Rose M Mattentl. tirl.
Watson H and Elolse V. Monroe, tirl.
Robert G. and Ethel H Padgett. airl.
Oren B. and Jean Shanks, girl.
Charles F. and Anna T Steee. boy.
Alton L and Eunice Tabor, girl
Oliver E. and Charlotte V. Zimmermann.
boy.
William L and Esther D Anderson, boy,
Howard E and Helen Bogworth tirl.
Norman E and Nellie M Daly, boy
James D and Susie M Denson, girl.
Joe and Gloria Etsenberz. boy
Joseph and Cosmos Eurnarl. boy.
Ell M and Shirley Kammerman. girl.
Sherman 8. and Eva M Mldgett. airl.
Michael L. and Catherine M. McVearry,
tirl.
William K. and Rae A Robertl, b<jy.
Harry and Rose Shapiro, boy.
Charlea W and Elsie L Stickle, tirl.
James 8. and Virginia D Werking. boy.
Earl W and Ethel Hargrove, boy.
Booker T. and Esther Jones, girl
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GERMAINE H. HOAG. 73.
EXPIRES AT GARFIELD
Resident of Capital for 35 Tears
la Survived by His Widow
and Two Children.
Germaine H. Hoag, 73-year-old car
penter living at 4407 Ninth street,
died Saturday night at Garfield Hos
pital after a long illness.
Mr. Hoag, who had lived in Wash
ington for the past 35 years, is sur
vived by his widow, Mrs. Madeline
Hoag: a son. Charles, and a daughter,
Mrs. Norman Damon. .
Funeral services will be held to
morrow at 145 pm. from the Murray
& Sons funeral home. Burial will be
in Gleenwood Cemetery.
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JAMES W. BODLEY
DIES HERE AT 93
Pioneer Manufacturer and
Industralist Resident of
District 4 Years.
James W. Bodley, 93, pioneer West
Virginia manufacturer and industri
alist, who had made his home in
Washington for the past four years,
died Friday at the home of his daugh
ter, Mrs. Morrie Bodley Morris, 1935
Calvert street, after a long illness.
Mr. Bodley was a native of Wheel
ing, W. Va., where after the Civil War
he founded the Bodley Wagon Co.,
which manufactured plantation wag
ons and machinery that for years we?e
well known and widely used through
out the South. For several years he
made his home in New Orleans and
conducted much of his business from
•there. . .
When war broke out, In 1860, he
was the first volunteer from Wheeling
to enlist in the Union Army and
served throughout the war as a mem
ber of the 1st West Virginia Infantry.
He was then 19 years old, and through
an appeal directly to President Lin
coln he was able to supply rifles for
his organization.
Mr. Bodley prided himself on having
cast his first vote for Lincoln.
In later life he took considerable in
terest in religious and church work and
spent a great share of his fortune in
religious activities.
He is survived by his daughter, Mrs.
Morris, and one son, Charles F. Bodley.
Funeral services and interment will
be held tomorrow at 2 p.m. at Gettys
burg National Cemetery.
CITY NEWS IN BRIEF.
TODAY.
Smoker. Virginia Military Institute
Alumni, Army and Navy Club. 8 p.m.
Dinner, Mackall Society, University
Club, 7 p.m.
Supper dance. American Legion
Drum Corps, Broadmoor Hotel, 10
p.m.
Meeting. Optimist Club, Mayflower
Hotel, 8 p.m.
Dinner. Rainbow Division Veterans,
Willard Hotel, 8 p.m.
Dance. Veterans of Foreign Wars,
Willard Hotel, 9:30 p.m.
Meeting. Kappa Beta Phi Sorority,
Carlton Hotel, 8 p.m.
Meeting, Oldroyd Circle, No. 5,
Ladies of the O. A. R., Raleigh Hotel,
8 p.m.
Bingo party. Pythian Temple, 1012
Ninth street, 8 p.m.
Meeting. Esther Rebecca Lodge. Odd
Fellows’ Hall, 419 Seventh street,
8 p.m.
Card and bingo party. Sodality of
St. Marva Church, St. Mary's Church
hall, Fifth and O place, 8:30 p.m.
TOMORROW.
Luncheon meeting, Reciprocity
Club. Good Samaritan Restaurant,
638 D atreet, 12:30 p.m.
Luncheon. Women's National Press
Club, Willard Hotel, 1 pm.
Luncheon, National Invested Sav
ings Association, La Payette Hotel,
12:30 p.m.
Breakfast, Early Birds, Willard Ho
tel, 8 am.
Meeting. District Bar Association.
Mayflower Hotel. 8 p.m.
Meeting, District Air Legion. Willard
Hotel, 8 p.m.
Meeting, Women’s Union. Bureau of
Engraving and Printing, N. F. F. E.,
Willard Hotel, 8 p.m.
Supper meeting, Calvert Club, Wil
lard Hotel, 8 p.m.
Meeting, District Division, Young
Democrats, Willard Hotel, 8:30 p.m.
Dinner, Civitan Club, La Fayette
Hotel, 6 p.m.
Meeting. Probus Club, Hay-Adams
House, 8:30 pm.
Meeting, Daughters of ’98, National
Auxiliary of 8panish War Veterans,
Carlton Hotel, 8 pm.
Meeting, Society for Philosophical
Inquiry, room 43, National Museum
Building, 4:45 p.m.
Meeting, Sons of Confederate Vet
erans. Washington Camp, No. 305,
Confederate Memorial Hall, 8 p.m.
Phonetic Spelling;.
Butler's “Feminine Monarchic” in
the seventeenth century was the earli
est attempt we know of to Introduce
phonetic spelling.
Deaths Reported.
James W. Bodies 94. Oallinger Hospital.
Josephine R. Olascott. 86. 1855 Wyoming
are.
Marguerite Bowman. 83. St. Elisabeth's
Hospital.
Elisabeth P. Barry. 72. 1316 New Hamp
shire ave.
Henry F. Muller. 66. 1334 19th at.
Mary Kandy. 64. 1715 D at. s.e.
Harry Seltlin. 64. 1126 Sprina rd.
J. Clarence Voorhorst. 54. Georae Wash
ington Hospital.
Julia K Bradley. 64. 1830 K at.
Arthur P. Williams. 63. Walter Reed Hos
pital.
Shillppo Liberator*. 47. Potomac River,
race Smith. 32. Providence Hospital.
Harry Lee. 84. Oallinger Hospital.
Emma J. Jones. 82. 614 20th st.
John J. Washington. 69. 1397 Florida
ave. n.e.
Isabel Hicks. 48. Preedmen's Hospital.
James Russ. 43. Oallinger Hospital.
Luke Jackson. 41. Oallinger Hospital.
Jesse Tyner. 41. Oallinger Hospital.,
Betty Baker. 23. 2323 17th st.
Mrrgaret Williams. 14. Preedmen's Hoe
pltal.
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■TREBLE. DAVID CALLAWAY. We wiah
to thank our many friends for their
beautiful floral offerings and sympathy
extended at the death of our father,
DAVID GALLAWAY 8TRUBLE
THE FAMILY. •
ALBRECHT. HARRY G. On Sunday. No
vember 10. 1935. at 8:20 pm. at his
residence. TOO 22nd st. n.w.. HARRY G.
ALBRECHT, beloved husband of Vir
ginia Albrecht and beloved aon of the
late John C. and Agnes Albrecht. Fu
neral Wednesday. November 13. at 2
P.m from the funeral home of Oeorge
w. Wise Co.. 2900 M st. n.w. Relatives
and friends are invited. Int.rment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 12
BANNISTER. MINNIE. On Sunday. No
»*>"her 1°' 19-,s MINNIE BANNISTER
of 915 N st. n.w. Remains resting at
Frarier s funeral home. 389 R. I. ave.
n.w.. until Tuesday. November 12. at
", P m.; thereafter at her late residence.
Notice of funeral later. 13
BELL. DR. JAMES HALL. On 8unday.
November 10. 1935. at the home of his
daughter and son-ln-law. Mrs. R H Jor
dan and Col Jordan. Dr. JAMES HALL
BELL He Is also survived by his
widow Florence G Bell; a son. James
H Bell, and m grandson. Funeral serv
ices private.
BIRCHETT. MART TROWBRIDGE. On
Saturday November 9. 1935. at the resi
dence or her daughter. Mrs Etta H.
Kern. MARY TROWBRIDGE BIRCHETT.
the beloved wife of the late Robert A.
Birchett and mother of Rosa L. Little.
Funeral services at the above residence
on Tuesday. November 12. at 8:30 a m
Relatives and friends are ‘nvlted. In
terment Christ Church Cemetery. Port
Republic. Md.
BLAKE, IRENE L. O.i Thursday. Novem
ber 7, 1935. at El Paso. Tex.. IRENE L.
wife of Munroe W. Blake, formerly of
4240 39th st. n.w.. Washington. D. C.
Services at Joseph Gawler s Sons chapel.
1750 Pa. ave. n.w., on Tuesday. Novem
ber 12. at 10:30 a.m. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery.
BODLEY, JAMES W. On Friday. Novem
ber s. 1935 JAMES W BODLEY aged
93 years, father of Mrs. Morrie Bodley
Morris. 1935 Calvert st Punersl serv
ices and Interment in Gettysburg Na
tional Cemetery on Tuesday. November
12. at 2 p.m. •
BONDS. CLOTELL. On Saturday. Novem
ber 9. 1935, at her residence. 17.39
Corcoran at n.w. CLOTELL BONDS
loving daughter of Mrs. Tenna Bonds
and the late Taylor Bonds, sister of
Mrs Ellen Little. Laura Copeland.
Janie Little. Etta Brewington. Gertrude
Randolph. Lenora Caldwell. Elizabeth
Bonner. Blanche. Arthur and Taylor
Bond. Jr She also leaves other rela
tives and many friends. Remains rest
*t the John T Rhines funeral
chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w.. until 4
p m Mondas. November 11: thereafter
at her late residence, where funeral
service* will be held on Tuesday. Novem
ber 12. at 2 p.m. Interment Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery. Relatives and
frlenda are invited.
BrRRISfl FLORA BELL. On Monday.
November 11 193IT at Georgetown Uni
versity Hospital FLORA BELL the be
loved wife of Clarence E Burriss R*.
Sialns resting at the Colonn! funertl
,?* -William Reuben Pumphrey.
Rockville. Md Notice of funeral later.
CARRIGAN. CALIROY. On Sunday No
vember 10. 1935. CALIROY CARRIGAN
the beloved wife of James Carrigan and
mother of Helen. Stella. Julia and
Nicholas Carrigan Remains resting at
the W W Chambers Co Southeast fu
neral home. 517 llth st. se until Tues
day. November 12. at 1:30 pm. Fu
neral services will be held at St Con
stantine and Helen Greek Orthodox
Church. 6th and C sts. s w . at 2 p.m.
Relttives end friends ere invited. Inter
ment Prospect Hill Cemetery.
DAVIS. ROLLINS. On Friday November
8 19.33. ROLLINS DAVIS, beloved son
of Elliot Davis and Earlina Davis and
devoted brother of Rose Anna Alice
Rosa Lilly. Edward and Cynthia Davis.
Remains resting at the Maguire funeral
home. 1820 9th st. n.w. until l p m.
Monday; thereafter at his late resi
dence. 119',i E st. n.w. Funeral from
Ebeneser Baptist Church. 424 New Jer
sey ave. n.w., Tuesday. November 12. at
1 pm. Interment Rosemont Cemetery.
ETCHISON. MARCELLLS. On Monday,
November 11. 1935. at his home.
Etchiaom Md.. MARCELLUS ETCHISON.
aged 85, beloved father of Fannie
Etchison He is survived by one sister.
Mrs. William Kinsey of Charles County.
Funeral aervices will be held et Mont
gomery Chapel. M P. Church, on Wed
nesday November 13. at 2 p m. Inter
ment Montgomery Chapel Cemetery. 12
EVANS. MARGARET (MAGGIE) A. Sud
denly. on Saturday November 9. 1935,
12th st, s.e . MAR
GARET (MAGGIE) A. EVANS inee
Kelley), beloved wife of George T
Evans and mother of George A. Evans
and Mrs. Joseph N. Purks and sister of
George w. Kelley Funerel from the
residence of her daughter. 219 Jeffer
*tl:1 *t. n.w.. on Wednesday. November
ih*Pe* to st Peter s
Church, -nd and C sts. s.e.. where re
quiem mass will be offered at 9 a m.
Relatives and friends are Invited in
terment in Mount Olivet Cemetery. 12
Gl.MPMAN. EDWARD CLINTON. Sud
SJP.lT- Monday. November 11 1935.
EDWARD CLINTON GUMPMAN aged
«3 years, beloved husband of Martorie
Gumpman deceased He is survived by
his daughters. Mrs Mabel Healy and
Mrs Margaret Andean, and his son.
Merle Gumpmfc FuTTral from his late
residence. 5.2H 5th st. n.w., on Wed
nesday. November 13. at I pm Rela
tives and friends Invited. Interment in
Cedar Hill Cemetery. •
HALL. ANNIE. Departed this life on 8a'
urday. Novemb-r 9. 1935 at her resi
dence. 107 Pairview ave.. Fairmont
Heights. Md.. ANNIE HALL. She leaves
to mourn their loss a devoted daughter,
{fin Hal1 Whiting; a cousin. William
Hall: three sisters. Martha West. Daisy
Glenn and Bertha Brooks; two brothers.
J2h,1 ®nd Robert Coleman; six grand
children and a host of other relatives
*r>*nds Remains resting *t Csmp
home. 423 4th st. s.w..
until Tuesday. November 12. at 5 p m ;
ttithbe to the residence of her daughter.
where funeral services
wil! be held on Wednesday. November
ir. t Rfl*tiv*s «nd friends
*r* Interment LiMoln Me
morial Cemetery 12
HENRY. FRANKLIN JAY. On Saturday
November!) 1935. FRANKLIN JAY
HENRY, beloved husoand of the late
Maude Vista Henry (nee King) Fu
""*1 from the residence of his son.
i George F Henry. 1218 G st. se. on
Wednesday. November 13. at 2 pm
Relatives and friends invited. Inter
ment Glenwood Cemetery. Remains mav
be viewed at the above residence after 6
P.m. Tuesday. November 12. 12
HOAG. GERMAINE H. On Saturday. No
vember 9. 1935. at GarHeld Hosnital
GERMAINE H. HOAG, beloved husband
of Madeline B Hoag (nee Bates). Fu
neral from the chapel of Thornes F.
Murray * Son, 2007 Nichols ave. se,
on Tuesday. November 12. mt 1;45 o m.
Reletives and friends invited. Inter
ment Glenwood Cemetery.
ISHERWOOD. DIXIE H. On Friday No
vember 8. 1935. at Los Angeles. Calif..
GIXIE H. 18HKHWOOD, beloved father
of Ralph L. Isherwood of Lake Worth.
Fla.; Walter B Isherwood of Wash
ington. D. C., and Mrs. Ballard E Gal
loway of San Antonio. Tex. Notice of
funeral later.
LYNCH. JEREMIAH J. On Sunday. No
vember JO. 19.16. at Georgetown TJm
versity Hospital. JEREMIAH J. LYNCH
of 1427 35th it . beloved husbend of the
lete Sarah C. Lynch. Notice of funeral
later. 12
LYNCH. JEREMIAH J. Members of Keane
wvuuvu. no. oo.» TV. OI V..
are hereby notified of the
death of Brother JEREMIAH
J. LYNCH and are requested
to meet at hie late residence.
1*27 35th *t. n.w , Tuesday.
November 13. 1935. at 8:30
p.m.
UW1V UO XV. u. XV.
DENNIS J. NILAND. F. 8. 12
LYONS. JIIDSON W. On 8unday. No
vember 10. 1935. after a abort Illness.
JUD60N W. LYONS, beloved eon of
Jene Hope Lyons end the late Judson
W. Lyons, end devoted brother of Hone.
Edith and Allt* Lyons Wrlaht. Funeral
on Wednesday. November 13. at 2 p.m
from McOulre'a funeral parlor, 1820
9th at. n.w. 12*
MAGRUDER. DORA MARSHALL. On Sat
urday. November 9. 1935. at her resi
dence. 209 12th st. n e.. DORA MAR
SHALL MAGRUDER, beloved wife of
Henry 8. Metruder. She is survived
by one sister. Lovenia Owens, and other
relatives and friends. Remains resting
at Stewart's funeral home. 30 H at. n.e.
Funeral Tuesdiy. November 12. at 1
p.m.. from Friendship Baptist Church.
1st and H sts. s.w.. Rev. Whittina offi
ciating. Interment Woodlawn Oemeterv.
MATHEWS NELLIE VERONICA. On Sun
day. November 10. 1935. at Mercy Hos
pital. Baltimore. Md.. NELLIE VERONICA
MATHEWS, beloved wife of the late
William H. Mathews, mother of the Rev.
Brother O. Lewis. F. C. 8.. and lister
of M. Vincentle. R. 8. M. Mass at the
Mercy Hospital. Baltimore. Md.. on
Tueaday. November 12. at » a.m. In
terment at Mount Olivet Cemetery,
Waahlngton, D. O.
MePHERSON, BESSIE E. On Sunday. No
vember 10. 1935. at her residence. 1710
3rd st. n.e.. BESSIE E.. wife of the late
Robert Webster McPherson. Notice of
services later.
MERRIWEATHEE. VIOLET L. .Quietly
passed away. Sunday, November 10.
19.35. St 12:30 p.m. at Freedmen'e
Hospital. VIOLET L. MERRIWEATHER.
She leaves to mourn her loss a hus
band. Robert 8.. and a devoted eon
and daughter. Joseph F. and Cecelia E
Remalna resting at Ambrose Boyd's fu
neral home. Funeral ihlch mass) from
St. Augustine's Church Wednesday. No
vember 13. at 10 a.m. Interment in
Mount Olivet Cemetery.
MYERS. IDA KATHERINE. On Friday.
November 8. 1935, at Georgetown Uni
versity Hospital. IDA KATHERINE
MYERS, aged 59 years, beloved wife of
Thomas F. Myers and beloved mother of
Raymond O'Bannon. Vincent Myers.
Mrs. Sadie Klmbley. Mre. Carrie Flores
and Mrs. Gladys Smith. Funeral from
the late residence. 1618 Wisconsin eve.
n.w. Tuesday. November 12. at 2 p.m.
Relatives end friends invited. Inter
ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 11
NEWTON, INMAN H. On Saturday. No
vember P. 1935. at Casualty Hospital.
INMAN H. NEWTON, husband of the
late Katie Newton. He Is survived by
three nieces and two nephews. Remains
resting at Frank Williams' funeral home.
208 L at. n.w. Funeral Tuesday. No
vember 12. at 1 o’clock P.m.. from Sec
ond Baptist Church. 3rd and Eve sts.
B.w. lolarmant Us rsnei Cemetery.
V
Sfatljfi.
NICKOL. EDWARD J. Suddenly, on Sun
day. November 10. 1935. EDWARD J
NICKOL. gt Hampton. Va Remains
resting at the Deal funeral home. Kid
H st. n.e. Notice of funeral hereafter.
PAPPAS. PETER J. On Sunday. Novem
ber^, 1935. at Mount Alto Hospital.
PETER J. PAPPAS, beloved brother of
NichoJaa J. Pappas-Joran. Funeral from
the W. W. Chambers Oo funeral hom*.
1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on Tuesday No
vember 12. at 1 p.m Funeral services
'n St. Sophia’s Greek Church. Kth and L
ats. n .*.. at 1:30 n.m Relatives and
friends Invited. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery
PEKTERIDOE. MART V. Suddenly on
Sunday. November 10. *.935. MARY V
PESTL’RIDOE. the beloved wile of Jam's
R. Pesteridge and mother of Edith and
James C. Pesteridge Funeral services
at the W. W. Chambers Co. Southeast
funeral home. 517 11th st. s e„ on Tues
day. November 12, at 2:30 p m. Rela
tives and friends are Invited. Inter
ment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
SCHAEFER. CARL E. On Saturday. No
vember 9. 1935. at his residence. Sunny
side. Berwyn. Md.. CARL E SCHAEFER,
beloved husband of Julia M Schaefer,
retired band leader United 8tates Army.
Funeral from’hls late residence on Tues
day. November 12. at 1:45 p.m Rela
tives and friends are invited. Interment
In Arlington National Cemetery.
SCHAEFER. CARL E. The Officers and
member of General Nelson A
Miles Camp. No 1. United
|8panlsh War Veterans, will
assemble at Pythian Temple,
j 1012 Hth st. n w.. at 2 p m.
Tuesday. November 12. 19.15.
and proceed thence to Arlington
National Cemetery, to assist In the
burial of our late comrade CARL
E 8CHAEFER. Comrades with carg
please furnish
W. G 8TIRK Commander.
P. E. 8HOMETTE. Adjutant.
SCHEI'RING. FRANZ. On Friday. No
vember 8. 19.15, at Walter Reed General
Hospital. FRANZ 8CHEURING. beloved
husband of Elizabeth Scheurmz tnee
Knabei Funeral from his late resi
dence. 1238 8th st sw. on Tuesday.
November 12 at 10 a m. Relatives and
friends Invited Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. 11
SCHEI'RING. FRANZ. A special com
munication of Hope Lodze No 20. F.
A A. M . is hereby called for the pur
pose of attending the funeral of our
late brother FRANZ 8CHEURING on
Tuesday. November 12. 1935. at 9
o clock am
S GEORGE TATE Master.
Attest: PAUL B ELCAN. Secy. 11
SMITH. JAMES J. On Sunday. Novpmber
lb. 1935, at his residence 1101 Jeffer
son st. n w , JAMES J SMITH, beloved
husband of Alice V. Smith and father
of Philip W. John C and U B Smith
and Mrs. Lillian M Beddow. Funeral
fiom the W. W Chambers Co funeral
home. 1400 Chapin st. n w on Tuesday.
November 12. a: 2 p m Relatives and
friends are invited Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery.
THOMAS. IVORY. Departed this life on
Thursday. November 7. 1935. at her
residence. 61 ft North Henry st., Alexan
dria Va. IVORY THOMAS, beloved
daughter of Mose Thomas, sister of
Mrs. Msttie Martin. Mrs. Maggie Flow
ers. Marcella. Peggy and Ulyssea
Thomas She also leaves other rela
tives and friends to mourn her de
parture. Remains resting at the John
T. Rhlnes funeral home, 201 North
Patrick at.. Alexandria Va . until 10 30
am Monday November 11: thereafter
at the residence of her sister, Mrs Mat
tie Martin. 336 Commerce s' Alex
andria. Va . where funeral services will
be held Tuesday. November 12. a» 1 D m.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
In Douglas Cemetery 11
TOLSON. ALICE DIGGS. On Saturday.
November 9. 1935. at 4.25 pm. at
her residence 2237 Georgia ave n.w ,
ALICE DIGGS TOLSON. beloved daugh
ter of Mrs Mary C and the lata
Merldith S Diggs Besides her mother
she also leaves one niece and two
nenhews. Funeral Tuesday. November
12. at 2 pm from her late resi
dence. 2237 Georgia ave. n w Inter
ment Harmony Cemetery. Relatives and
friends invited 11
TOLSON. ALICE D. All members of
Gethsemane Chapter. No 3. O. E S .
are hereby notified of the funeral of
our honored lady. ALICE D TOLSON.
Tuesday. November 12. 1935. at 2 p.m.
from her 'ate residence. 2237 Georgia
ave. n.w
MARTHA E WILKINS. Royal Matron.
PETER C GLASCOE. Royal Patron.
MARY E WHITE. Secretary.
VAN ALLEN. JACOB H On Saturday
November 9. 1935. JACOB H VAN
ALLEN aged 59 years, beloved hsband
of Ruth Van Allen. Funeral from his
late residence. 1264 Oates st. ne. on
Wednesday. November 13. at 1:30 p m.
Relatives and friends are invited. In
terment Arliwgton National Cemetery. 12
WASHINGTON. JOHN J. Departed thi*
life on Saturday. November 9 1935. at
6:12 p.m.. JOHN J WASHINGTON He
leaves to mourn their loss a devoted
wife. Mildred A Washington: three
cousins. Mary Lucas, Lucy Neal and
Robert White, all of Leesburg Va . and
hosts of friends Body resting at L E.
Murray funeral parlor. .12th and V sts.
n.w.. until 3 D m Tuesday. November
12. then at his late residence 1397
Florida ave n e. Funeral Wednesday,
November 13. at 1 p m . from the Met
ropolitan Baptist Church. R st between
12th and 13th sts. n.w.. Rev. X. C.
Smith officiating. *
WEISSER. MARY ALICIA. On Saturday.
November 9. 1935. MARY ALICIA WEIS
SER inee Cassidy, wife of the late
Charles W Weisser and mother of
Frederick W Weisser of New York
City Jacob J. end Maurice A Weisser
of Washington. D. C.. and Mrs Daniel
C Batson of West Palm Beach. Fla.
Funeral from her late residence 2839
Mills ave n e on Tuesday November
12. at 8:30 a m Requiem mass at St,
Francis De Sales Churfh. 20th st ana
Rhode Island ave n e.. at 9 o'clock.
Relatives and friends are invited. Inter
ment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
In iHrmoriam.
BEACH. SARAH ANNE AND THELMA t.
In lo' ing memory of our devoted mother.
Mrs SARAH ANNE BEACH who left us
four yesrs ago November 11. 1931. and
our beloved sister. THELMA L BEACH,
one year sao today. November II. 1934.
Two precious ones from us have gone.
Two voices we loved are still:
Two places are vacant in our home
That the world can never fill
THE FAMILY. •
GLLLI. JOSEPH B In fond remembrance
of my brother JOSEPH B GULLI who
died two years ago today. Nos ember 11.
1933.
In my heart your memory lingers.
You were faithful, fond and true:
There is not a day that basses
That I do not think of you
FRANK. •
O'CONNOR. CATHERINE. In sad but lov
ing remembrance of our dear wife and
mother. CATHERINE O'CONNOR. who
departrd this life one year ago todav.
Noher*ht;s1ba1nd4and children. •
81'TTON. ANNA 1 In loving but sad
memory of our devoted mother and
grandmother ANNA L. SUTTON, who
departed this life one year ago today.
November 11. 1934.
A loving thought, true and tender.
Just to show we still remember
DAUGHTER CORA AND GRAND
DAUGHTER. RUTH. *
THOMPSON. CLARENCE. In sad and lov
ing remembrance ol my dear brother.
CLARENCE THOMPSON, who departed
! this life fourteen years ago today. No
vember 11. 1921.
No one knows my h-artach
Only those who see me weep:
I shed my tears with an acmng heart.
While others are fast Asleep.
DEVOTED SISTER. MABEL JACKSON *
THORNTON. ALICE B. In sad but loving
remembrance ol my dear wile. ALICE
B THORNTON, who departed this Ufa
one year ago today. November 11. 1934.
Like the dove to it* sheltering nest.
Wnen the storm on the hill* is abroad.
Her spirit has fled from this world of
unrest. . . , _ .
To repose on the bosom of God.
Dust to tts narrow house beneath.
Soul to its place on high: .
They that have seen thy look in death
No more may fear to die.
HER DEVOTED HU8BANP HAMILTON
H. THORNTON AND S STER MRB.
SUSIE B. REID. AND BROTHER.
BENJ. F. BROOKS. *
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