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BARER JOHN VPTON. We wish to ex press our appreciation and sincere thank! to all our friends and relatives who hai been so faithful and kind to our lathe during his lone Illness, especially ou neighbors Mr and Mrs. Irvin Dodd Mrs. Fannie Parker. Mrs. Mavme Urban ' his brother. William and to the pall . . bearers, and also to Dr. Leo Donovan who so faithfully tried to comfort ou: father to the end. _ HIS LOVING WIDOW AND CHILDREN. Dratliu. ARTH. OLIVIA G. On Saturday June HT if>36. at Emergency Hcj-pital OLIVIA a ! ARTH of 438 Park road n w.. daufhte of thf» late Christcpher and Kathanm Arth. Remains resting at the S. H Hine , Co. funeral home. *’001 14th st. n* Funeral services at the Shrine of tin 6acred Heart. lHth st and Park roat , n.w.. on Tuesday. June .’to. at !' a_m i Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery. .!• ASHTON. GEORGE F. On Friday Jum , “H. tone, at ll:?>5 pm. at GalUnge: Hospital. GEORGE P ASHTON, husbant ( of the late Mary Wills Ashton, belovei father of Lyda M Carter. Ernest A. Ash ten and the late Gertrude W. Ashton i Surviving him also are five grandchtldren i Christina King. Margaret Hooks. Joseph Donald and George Carter: one great grandchild. Mary Hooks, one son in-law. Samuel C. Carter, and a host o other relatives and friends Remain resting at Ruth Dabney’s funeral home 453 O st. n w. Notice of funeral later, til BAILEY. CLARA s. On Thursday. June • 1936. at the residence of her sister. 1 ID New Hampshire ave. n.w CLARA S BAILEY, beloved sister of Mollie I MiJhner. Lillian Drew. Hattie Heath am ThA^as Milliner; sister-in-law of Dr Ha$Wi she also leaves other relative friends. Remains resting at the w • EAfbest Jarvis funeral church. 14.*12 Yoi st n w Funeral Sunday. June 28. a 2 pm. from Shiloh Baptist Church. Asl Grove. Va. 28 ' BEAVERS. CHARLES H On Friday. Jun < 26. 1936. CHARLES H . the beloved soi ‘ of Susie Beavers and brother of Loui L Beavers Funeral services at his lat residence. 730 loth st. s e . on Monday June 29 at 10 a m. Relatives and friend j invited Interment Bethel Cemetery Alexandria. Va Services by the Cham bers Southeast funeral home 28 i BL AKEY. LAI RA. Depat ted this life oi . Friday June 26. 1936. at Gallinger Hos i pital. LAURA BLAKEY. beloved mo'hp 1 of Lenora Johnson She also leave t mourr. two sisters. Mav Lawson an* • Julia Meadows; on? brother. Thoma Terrell three granddaughters, a son • in-law and many other relatives am l friends. Remains renting at Malvan Schey § funeral home. New Jersey avr J and R st. n.w. Funeral Monday. Jun 29. at 2 pm. from the above parlors Interment Harmony Cemetery. Friend invited BOWMAN. JAMES ARTHI R. Departed thi life on Thursdav. Jun* 25. 1936. ai OhI linger Hospital. JAMES ARTHUR BOvV MAN. He leaves to mourn their loss on brother. Mr. Sidney A. Bowman; two sis ters Mrs Emma B. Payne and Mrs. Tcs sie B Cawthome Remains can b viewed at the Grice funeral parlor. 12tl and R sts n.w . after 2 p.m. Sunday Funeral Monday. January 29. at o'clock, from the above funeral parlor ■>s* BROUN. GEORGE H Departed this lif suddenly on Saturday June 27. 193t GEORGE H BROWN of 433 1 1th st. 1 e He leaves to meurn their Ions a lovin mother. Mrs. Anna Brown Dorsey, a step father. John E Dorsey; two sisters. Mr? Minnie Jones and Mrs Helen Wade, brothei William Brown; two aunts. Mr? Flora F Ennis and Mrs. Betti* Short? and other relatives and friends. Remain resting temporarily at the Morris A Carter funeral home. 2nd and F st; s w. Notice of funeral later. • BRYAN. CHARLES G. On Saturday. Jun 2T 1936. CHARLES CV BRYAN, aced 51 years, beloved husband of Della F. Bryar Remains resting at Deal's funeral home 816 H st. n e. Notice of funeral later. B( TIER. CHARLES. Departed this life oi Friday. June *26. 1936. after a brief ill ness. CHARLES BUTLER He leaves t mourn their loss a devoted sister. Susi Jackson: one brother. John Butler tw nieces and other relatives and fr;cnri; Remains resting at Barnes A? Matthew funeral home. 614 4?h st. s.w. Funera Monday June 29. at 1 r.m . Rev F Henson officiating. Interment Rosemon Cemetery. CADY MARGARET. On Friday. Jun* 2f 1936 MARGARET the beloved daughte of the lat* Michael and Irene Cacy an< beloved sister of Bernard. Thoma- atu John Cady Fhineral services at 551' 5th st. nw Monday. June 29, at 8;:u a m ; thence to Nativity Catholi Churrh. 6000 Ga. ave . where mass wil be offered at 9 a m for the repose o her soul. Interment Mount Olive Cemetery Relatives and friend.*- in viteo Services by the Chambers South east funeral home. 28 Gallinger Hospital on Wednesday. Jun 24 1936. EDNA CAMPBELL She leave to mourn their loss a devoted husband James Campbell: one son. Jessie Camp bell; one daughter. Naomi Nichols, thre grandsons. James. John and Melvii Nichols: a host of relatives and friends Body resting temporarily at the funern home of W. Earl Beuer. 1203 Waltei st s.e . until 3 p m. Saturday. June 27 thereafter ar her late residence 404 1 st s.e. Funeral Mondav. June 29. at p m . from her late residence. Intermen Arlington Cemetery 28 CLOEV. JAMES F. On Friday June 2fl 1936. a' h;s residence. 1244 Eye st. ne J^MES F CLOEV »he beloved father o Arthur R. Cloe.v and Mildred Molte Re mains resting at the W. W. Chambers Co Southeast funeral home. 517 1 1th st. s e Funeral services ar the above funera home on Monday. June 29. at 10 am Relatives and friends are ihvited. 7n terment at Cedar Hill Cemetery. 28 CONNELLT. THOMAS S. Suddenly, oi Friday. June 26. 1936 at Washington D C. THOMAS S . be*oved husband n Frieda G Connelly Funeral from hi: late residence. 808 J^ff^rson *uve . River dale Md . on Monday June 2!r at 3 p m Relatives and friends invited. Intermetv F>rt Lincoln Cemetery. 28 CUMMINGS. JOHN. On Friday June 26 1936. a* his residence 302.9 Q st n.w. JOHN CUMMINGS, husband of Carri* Howe Cummings. Services at Gawler'i chapel. J 7 50 Pa. ave nw. on Sunday June 28. at 3 n m. Interment privatf. CRATTY. JAMES AUGUSTUS. On Friday June 26. 1936. at his re-idence. 57 0* Georgia ave. n.w JAMES AUGUSTUS CRATTY beloved husband of Bertha Cratty Funeral services at the S. H Hines Co funeral home. 2901 14th st n.w . nn Monday June 29. at. lu a m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 28 ©AVIS. MARY. Departed this life Wednes day June 21. 1936. after a long illness MARY DAVIS. She leaves to mourn theft loss a sister. Alfred? Davis, five brothers Robert Morris. Thomas. Isaiah and Lao Davis, and a ho«-t #f other relatives and friends Remains resting at Barnes A Matthews' funeral home 614 4th st. s.w Funeral Mondav. June 29. at 2 p m. In terment New Bern. N C. tASTERDAY. WTU.IAM A. On Saturilav June 27. 1936. at his residence. I in? ■ Buchanan st. n w . WILLIAM A EAST ERDAY beioved husband of Annie East erday. father of Otis H Easterday and Mrs. Altha P Campbell. F’uneral from his late residence on Monday. June 29. at 2 pm. Interment Cedar Hill Cem etery. GILLILAND. WILLIAM H. On Friday June 26. 1936. at his residence. 4908 4 1st st n.w . WILLIAM H GILLILAND. 85 years of agp Remains resting at Birchs funeral home. 3034. M st. n.w, where services will be held on Monday. June 29. at 2 p m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery 28 GOODWIN. LENORE SARAH. On Mon day June 22 1936 at Riblev Hospital. LENORE SARAH GOODWIN beloved mother of Lenore Goodwin Whiton. Fu neral services Tuesday. June 30. at. 2 r m.. at Hysong s parlors. 1300 N st. n w Relatives and friends invited to aft r1 *"in HARRIS. LOCISE. Departed this life on Friday. June 26. 1936. at her residence. Forestville. Md.. LOUISE HARRIS, She leaves to mourn their loss a devoted hus band. William T. Harris, four daughters. Maude Harris Thelma Butler. Emma Cofta and Cecelia Brito, three sons. Nich olas. Gus and William T Harris, jr.: one sister Jane Brown: thirtv-five grand children one great-grandchild and sev eral other relative? and friends. Re main* resting at Eueene Ford's funeral home. 1300 South Canitol st. s e. Fu neral Tuesday June 30. at 9 a.m. from 8t. Vincent Dp Paul's Catholic Church. South Capitol and M sts. s.e. Interment Mount. Olivet Cemetery. 29 Hodges. SAR\H FAWCETT. On Friday June 26. 1936. at. the home of het daughter. Mrs. Louise Hodges Judd. 201 HodgeMane Takoma Park. Md.. SARAH FAWCETT HODGES, wife of the late John Wilson Hodge? Services a* Warnei E. Pumphrey's funeral home. 8 12 4 Georgia ave . Silver Soring. Md.. on Mon day. June 29 at 9 a.m. Interment Graci Episcopal Church Cemetery. Woodside Md. HOFFMAN HARRV. On Friday. June 26 1936. HARRY HOFFMAN the belovec father of William Hoffman and Mrs Gertrude Bradley and Mrs. J. F. Murr o1 Miami. Fla Funeral services at thi W. W. Chambers Co Southeast, funera horn* 517 11th st s.e . on Monday Jum 29. at 8 3o a.m : thence to St. Dominic*! Catholic Church, where mass will h# offered at 9 a m for the repose of hi! soul Relatives and friends invited. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 29 HOWE. JAMES FRANK. On Friday. Jum 26. 1936. at Washington Home for in curables. JAMES FRANK HOWE. He ?! survived by two brothers and three sis ters. Remains resting at the 3 H Hine? Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. nw Funeral services at the above funera home on Mondav. July 29. at 2 p.m. In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 29 HCNTER. KATHLEEN PEEBLES. On Fri day. June 26 1936 KATHLEEN PEE BLES HUNTER, beloved wife of James B Hunter and devoted mother of Charles Grace. Kathleen and Betty Hunter. Fu neral from the McGuire funerel home 1926 9th st. n.w\. on Monday. June 29 at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorla Cemeterv. Friends invited 2S JENNINGS. WILLIAM. On Friday. Jum 26. 1936. WILLIAM JENNINGS- 131:1 5th st. n w. He Is survived by his de voted wife. E'’b Jennings: one brother also other relatives and friends Re main* may be seen at Malvjtn A Sch»y'j funeral home. N J eve and R at. n.w. Notice of funeral later. JOHNSON. .11 LI A E. On Friday -Tune 26. 1936 at Waite- Herd General Hospital. JULIA E JOHNSON, wife of the Jatr John Johnson She is survived by two daughters. Johnettn anrf Irma.tean John son: three brother*. William. James end Edward Hushrs' two ?isters. Mrs. Tda Pettis and Mrs Ms»y Norris, and ether relatives and friends Remains resting temporarily at Frazier’s funeral home. 399 R. I. eve. n w.. until Monday June $9. at 2 p m thence to her late resi dence 52 Florida ave. nw Funeral Tuesday. June 30. <*t 12 noon from Eb enezer M F Church 4*h and D st.*, « e Rev. King officiating Interment Arling ton National Cemetery. 30* r Bratfa. ■ JOHNSON. IRENE. On Saturday. June 27. 10:i8. at Garfield Hospital IRENE 1 JOHNSON the beloved daughter of Mary Ward and mol her of Gertrude Powell. She also leaves two grandsons and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the \V. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 14.T2 You st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. KEECH. SUSAN PLEASANCE. On Friday. June *28. 10.18. at her residence. 1457 Fairmont st. n.w. SUSAN PLEASANCE KFECH Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co funeral home 22001 14th st. n.w.. until Monday June *20. fi'2 noon. Services at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church. :ird and A sts. sr . Monday. June ‘20. at *2 p.m. Interment Beltsville. Md. Rela tives and friends invited. KEE. ELLIE HOUSE. On Saturday June 27. 10.18 at her residence. 1015 4th st. n w ELLIE HOUSE KEE. beloved wife of the late Thomas Seott Kee and mother of Walter G House and Mrs Daisy R^ Campbell and grandmother of Dr Earl A Rvan Ralph M Rvan Mrs. Thelma Geraci and the late Ira E. Rvan. Fu neral services at her late residence on Tuesday. June .‘to. at 2 p m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Glen j wood Cemetery. KING. WILLIAM E. Suddenly, on Sat urday. June *21. lO.’iO. WILLIAM E. KING, ased 78. beloved husband of Addie M King Funeral services will be held at his home. Kincs Valley Md.. on Mon day. June *20. at *2 p.m. Interment Bap tist Cemetery. Cedar Grove. Md. KINNER. MARY EMMA. On Friday. June *28 10.18 at Sibley Hospital. MARY EMMA KINNER beloved wife of Bert M Kinner and mother ef A. Grant Kinner , of Baltimore. Md. Funeral services at her late residence. 1*2.*14 Trinidad ave. nr. on Monday. June *20. at *2 p.m. Rel atives and friends, are invited. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. Services by ; the Chambers Southeast funeral home. *?K lirt.'U, 11 1 I .Ull.il* n. K.III CrtIUUIrt*. i *27. 144t». at Brooklyn. N Y . P.*vMCNO H. I.ANG. beloved husband of Mary H i L’nc inep Wise*. Remains resting at* the Lee fiiner.il home. 4th st. and Mass pve n e. until Tuesday. June .'to. at s :m ! am thence to St. Patrick's Catholic * Church. Pith and G sts. n.w where mess will be offered at 4 a m. Relatives and ‘ fiiends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 24 ’ LANHAM. JOHN. Suddenly, on Saturday. June 27. 1440. at his residence 1B54 Southern ave s e . JOHN LANHAM. be loved husband of Nellie Lanham *nrr i Taylor' Funeral from his late residence on Monday. June 24. at 2 40 p m Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. Relatives [ and friends invited. ‘ MASON. ELIZABETH. On Saturday. June 27. 14.50 at .Y40 a m.. at her residence, ji 42* 2nd st. ne. ELIZABETH MASON. . | Notire of funeral la'er. f PRESTON. WILLFTTF. 1. On Saturday. * June 27. 1440. at the Homeopathir Hos pital. WILLETTE L PRESTON of the i All States Hotel. Services p! Gaw ler s chapel. 1750 Pa. ave*. n.w . Sunday. June 2S. at 5 p.m. Interment at Holton. Kans. 7S - RFIDY. MARY T. On Friday. June 20. > 1440. at hrr residence. 247 17th plaee n r . MARY T REIDY men OCallaghan* beieved wife of Frederick C R*idy. Fu » neral will be held from Timothy Han i Ions funeral parlors. H41 H st. tie. on Monday June 24. at *:.*;o n.m. ReQtiiem mass at Holy Comforter Church at 4 , a m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 2* RICE. ROBERT J. On Saturday. June 77. 1440. at Mount Alto Hospital. ROBERT J RICE, beloved husband of Evelyn A. t Rice mee Schaeffer*, brother of Clar ence Rice. Notice of funeral later. ROTH. CAROLINE. On Friday June 7*1. * J 4:»0. CAROLINE ROTH of 1477 Jack sen st. n.e . beloved wife of the late Philip W. Roth. Funeral from the ' chapel of Frank Geier's Sons Co.. 1114 7th st. n.w. on Monday. June 74. at 10 a m. Interment private. Please omit flowers. 7* * SAVOY. FRANK. On Thursday. June 73. * 1444. at Asburv Park. N J. FRANK SAVOY son of Mary E. and the late Fiank Savoy, brothei of Frederick and Charles Savoy and Mrs. Edna Smith. i Mrs Mary Hawkins. Remains will rest at Malvan A* Schey s funeral home New > Jersey ave and R st. n.w. Notice of fu ll neral later. > SICKLE. NATHAN. On Thursday. June 75. 14.50. NATHAN SICKLE ag^d 74 years. Funeral from the chapel of Brr I nard Danzansky .'5501 14th st n w on Sunday.-June 7*. a* It* a.in. Interment t j Washington Hebrew Cemetery. 7* SMITH. LI CY M Departed this life Frt c.av June 74. 144*'. a* Georgetown Hos pital LUCY M. SMITH, the daughter of the late Sarah Smith. She leaves to I mourn their loss two cousins and o*her ' relatives and friend" Remains resting * with L E Murray A- Son. 17th and V ■ s:s nw Funeral Monday. June 74 a* I 1:4" p.m . from Metropolitan Bap* st f Church. Rev E C Smith off.elating. L Interment in Wood lawn Cemetery 2* ■ SMITH EFUA. Departed this life on Wed nesday. June 74. 1444 at ner residence. 4o:> 2nd st n e . LEI. IA SMITH, beloved wife of Richard Smith. She also leaves i to mourn their loss two daughters, two sons and a mother, two sisters, five brothers; also other relatives and fiiends. Remains resting at Win. T. and Ruth B. Tolberts funeral home. 144* 4th st. i n.w. Funeral Monday June 7!*. at 7 o'clock pm. from Southern Baptist 1 Church. 4th and L sis n.w.. Rev. S Moss officiating. Interment in Lincoln Me morial Cemetery. • 1 SMITH. ROYCE. On Friday. June "R. I at Gallinger Hospital. ROYCE SMITH, father of Gertrude William?. E;hel Jack sen. George and Lawrence Smith Funeral Monday. June 29. at 2 n m . from the chapel of Bovd s funeral home. 1840 L it. n.w. Relatives and friends invited. • STROMBERGER. FREDERICK MARKS. On ! Satuidav. June 27. 1930. FREDERICK MARKS STROMBERGER beloved hus band of Eva May Stromberger and father of Alice Strombereer Brooks. Funeral services at the W. W. Chambers Co. Southeast funeral home 517 11th st. se. on Monday June 29. at 2 pm Relative? and friends invited. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 28 STl NTZ. ARBA TENNYSON. On Saturday. June 27, 1936, 8t his residence. 4317 15th st nw. ARBA TENNYSON, be loved husband of Ada B Sfuntz. father of George Ray Stunt? a'nd Mrs. George O Sutton. Notice of funeral later. TAYLOR. MARC,ITRITE. On Saturday, June 27. 193d. at 7 lo am MARGUE RITE beloved daughter of J. Hillary and Sarah Augusta Tavlor sister ot Raymond B . Elmer A . Phillip E . Thelma E and James Wenaell Taylor Funeral from her la*e residence. 1812 1st st. nw. Tuesday. June 30. at 8:30 a m thence to Holy Redeemer Catholic Church where solemn requiem high mass will be cele brated at 9 o clock. Interment at Mount Olivet Cemetery. 29 THOMSON. JENNIE T. On Fridav. June 2d. 1930. at her residence. 1340 Meridian Pi. n.w. JENNIE T THOMSON, beloved mother of Mrs. Mable G Talburtt and Mrs Edith L. Koerber of Pittsburgh. Pa. Funeral services at the above residence on Monday. June 29. at 11 a m Rela tives and friends are Invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Services by the W. W. Chambers Co. 28 TREWHITT. PAt'L W. On Saturday. June 27. J 93*». at Mercy Hospital. Baltimore. Md . PAUL W.. the beloved husband of Marv J. Trewhitt and father of Mrs. Hazel A. Frazier of Jackson. Mich . and Mrs. Mary Paul McPherson. Remains resting at the W. W. Chambers Co. Southeast funeral home. 517 11th st. ! s.e. Funeral notice later. TREWHITT. PAI L \Y. Officers and mem bers of Anacostia Council. No. Id. Jr. O. U. A. M. are re quested to assemble at Cham bers' funeral parlor. 517 11th st. s.e . Tuesday. June 30, 1930. at 2 p.m.. to conduct the fu neral servic** of our late brother. PAUL W. TREWHITT. By order of the councilor. J R LATHAM Attest: E R. THOMAS. Rec. Sec. 29 YINGER. ELLEN MARIE. On Friday. June 20, 1930. at Episcopal Eye Ear and Throat Hospital. ELLEN MARIE YINGER of 1159 4th st. n e . beloved daughter of Hubert S and Catherine I. Yinger. Fu neral services at. thp above residence on Monday. June 29. at 10 a m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick. Md. YOI’NG. ANNIE S. On Friday. June 20. 1930. at 9:io pm., at the home of her son. THOMAS C. YOUNG. 048 Franklin st. n.e . ANNIE S YOUNG, wife of the late Jacob Young of Boonsboro. Md Re mains resting at the funeral home of William Bast at Boonsboro. Md. Funeral Monday. June 29 at 1 p.m. Interment Boonsboro. Md.. Cemetery. 28 _ £4.1 £44*441*1* IU441* BELT. WILLIAM L. In sad but loving re membrance of our dear husband and fa ther. WILLIAM L. BELT, who passed away one year aso today. June 28. 1935. Never forgotten, always near: Ever remembered, always dear. LOVING WIFE AND DAUGHTER. • DOWN'S. WILLIAM. In loving memory of I our dear father WILLIAM DOWNS who 1 left us one year ago today. June 28. 1935. Sleep, dear father, in peace. HTS SONS. J. F. DOWNS AND W A. DOWNS. • HARPER. MARGARET D. In sad but lov inc remembrance of our dear mother. MARGARET D. HARPER, who died June 28. 1934. two years ago today. Peaceful be thy rest, dear mother. Tis sweet to breathe thy name; In life we loved you dearly. In death we do the same. Our hearts still ache with sadness. Our eyes shed many a tear: God only knows how we miss you At the end of two sad years. THE CHILDREN. • REED. MARGARET. In loving memory of our dear aunt and sister. MARGARET REED, who died four years ago. June 27. 1932. You were ours and we will remember When all the world will forget. YOUR HEART-BROKEN NIECE MAUDE. AND SISTER. JOSEPHINE COLE. WILLIAMS. HANNAH. In sad but loving remembrance of our dear mother. HAN NAH WILLIAMS, who died twenty-seven years ago today. June 28. 1909. Never forgotten, always near: Ever remembered, always dear. HER CHILDREN. FUNERAL DESIGNS! GUDE BROS. CO. Floral Pieces 1212 F St N.W._NAUonal 4270 GEO. A. COMLEY Artistic Floral Desnrns e:> Expert!. _Niaht Phone clarendon 261-J-l. GEO. C. SHAFFER EXFRES&1VE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT MODERATE PRICES PHONE NAT 0106. Open Evenings , and Sundays Cor. 14tn SC Eye r From Pen to the Hoe I 11—n ■ r- j.. rmm—- ■ m —-—• MISS IDA TARBELL, Well-known author, shown hoeing in her garden at her Summer home in Bethel. Conn. Miss Tarbell is planning to enter some of her garden products in the annual Danbury Fair near her home. —Wide World Photo. W. E. KING, 76, FARMER, IS DEAD IN MARYLAND Lifelong Resident of King's Val ley Is Victim of Heart Attack. Special Dispatch to The Star. DAMASCUS. Md„ June 27 —Wil ! liam E. King. 76, prominent farmer j and lifelong resident of King's Val j ley, died suddenly today after being | stricken with a heart attack on the highway near Cedar Grove. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Addie May ! King; one son, William E King, jr., and three daughters, Miss Frances A. King and Miss Hattie L. King of King’s Valiev and Mrs. Charles Burdette of Clarksburg. Md. Mr. King also is survived by three brothers: Elias King of Clarksburg, and Luther M. and Thomas D. King of King's Valley. Funeral services will be held at his residence at 2 p m. Monday. Burial will be in the Baptist Cemetery at Cedar Grove. ARMSTRONG GRADUATE GIVEN APPOINTMENT William H. Temple Boys' Worker at Northwest Settlement House. William H. Temple, a graduate of Armstrong High School and Lincoln , University, has been appointed boys' worker at the Northwest Settlement House for colored persons, it was an nounced yesterday by Mrs. Flaxle H. Pinkett, acting director. With the addition of Temple, who is experienced in community center and settlement work as well as being a scoutmaster, Mrs. Pinkett hopes to further enlarge both the membership and the staff of her organization. Through the co-operation of the Police Department, the Southwest Community House has again been given the privilege of roping off Second street, between E and F streets south west, for recreational activities and special programs during the Summer. The Southwest Civic Association, headed by John T. Ryan, will present a play. "The Railroad to Heaven,” Thursday, July 16, at the Zion Baptist Church. -+ - --- Cruises Cut Congregations. Because the vogue for holiday cruises in Europe is keeping the usual crowd* from beaches of the Irish Free State, churches which sent "holiday chap lains” to resorts report that their Sum mer collections are falling off. SERVICE ORDERS ARMY ORDERS. Smith, Maj. Weldon Deverell, Ord nance Department Reserve, Buffalo, N. Y., to the chief of ordnance, for training, July 5. Meade, Capt. John. Field Artillery, Addis Ababba, Ethiopia, to Fort Myer, Va„ July 2. Balcar, Capt. Paul G., Judge Advo cate General's Department, Omaha, Nebr., to duty In the office of the Judge Advocate General, January 4, 1937. NAVY ORDERS. Bureau of Navigation. Fischler, Lieut. Comdr. Peter K., detached Bureau Navigation, Navy Department, in July; to command U. S. S. Preble. Clark, Lieut. Augustus D., addi tional duty as aide at the White House, Washington. D. C. Crowe, Lieut. Edward F„ detached U. S. S. Chicago about June 22: to Naval Operations. Navy Department. Legg. Lieut. Charles A., detached U. S. S. Lexington about June 8; to Naval Academy. Annapolis. Md. Longfellow, Lieut. William J.. de tached U. S. S. Arizona about June 8; to Naval Proving Ground, Dahlgren, Va. * Oexle, Lieut. Charles W., detached VF Squadron IB <U. S. S. Langley) about June 8; to Naval Air Station. Norfolk. Roedel. Lieut. Louis, detached U. S. S. Oglala in July; to Naval Acad emy. CorbuS, Lieut. (J. G.), detached Bu reau Navigation, Navy Department, in July; to U. S. S. R-10. Dental Corps. Parke, Lieut. (J. G.), Dental Corps, detached Naval Dental School, Wash ington. D. C., on September 1; to Asiatic station. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. J. William Lee’s Sons Co. Ft’NERAL DIRECTORS. Crematorium <th and Mass. Ave. N.E. Lincoln 6200. Frank Geier’s Sons Co. NAtional 2473 WILLIAM H. SCOTT *09 8th at. St_l.lnCOlP 0680. Joseph F. Birch’s Sons (A. L. HAYCOCK. Manager.» Phone West Oourt mm M St N W Established 1841. JUW1 JI. tv. . V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither the successor to nor connected with the "-tiinal W. R Speare establishment. Phone 1004 H St N.W. NAtionai -’898 n r,,TT* k > MRS. ELLIE KEE. 83. SUCCUMBS HERE Was Widow of Two Civil War Veterans—Worked for Government. Mrs. Ellie House Kee. 83, widow of two Civil War veterans who had been friends in the same unit under Gen. Grant, died yesterday at her home, 4915 Fourth street, after a short ill ness. Her second husband, a first cousin of Francis Scott Key. changed the spelling of his last name while in the Union Army berause of the mail man's confusion between him and two other Thomas Keys in his regi ment. Mrs. Kee’s two husbands, James W. House and Thomas Scott Kee. were boyhood friends in Wisconsin. It was not until a short time before his friend's death, however, that Kee met the woman who was later to become his wife. On his death bed here, House sent for Kee and asked him to look out for his wife and three children. A few years later, after House's death, the couple were married. Mrs. Kee was born in Harpers Ferry. W. Va.. prior to the Civil War. She told her children many stories growing out of John Brown's famous raid. HISPANIC-AMERICAN SEMINAR ANNOUNCED George Washington University Conference Will Be Held From July 6 to August 14. George Washington University’s fifth annual .seminar-conference on His panic-American affairs will.be held in conjunction with the Summer school from July 6 to August 14, it was announced yesterday. The conference, which will have as its subject, "South American Dictators During the First Century of Independ ence,” is free to student* attending the Summer session and is open to outsiders upon payment of a small enrollment fee. Prominent academi cians in the field of South American history will address the classes, which will meet from 9:40 to 11:40 a.m. from Monday through Friday of each week. STAFF IS SELECTED FOR HEALTH CAMP Tuberculosis Association Project Will Open Season on Wednesday. Mrs. Margaret Craig Marsh, super intendent of the Children's Health Camp of the Tuberculosis Association, scheduled to open for the Summer season on Wednesday at Thirteenth and Allison streets, yesterday an nounced the selection of a staff of six who will assist her in the work. Those chosen are; Miss Mary O'Day. registered nurse, and a graduate of Sibley Hospital; Miss Bessie B Crock er, registered nurse, who has had clinic experience; Miss Kathleen Crow ley, recently presented with a gold key for her scholarship record at Wilson Teachers’ College; Miss Mar garet Ewers, also a Wilson College student, who was connected with the Summer camp last season: Miss Madge Johnson, a teacher at Shepherd School and a graduate of Wilson College, and ! Miss Alexine Tanner, who served as a camp councillor last Summer, j Dr. George C. Ruhland, District ( health officer, will head a group of ; officials at a luncheon to be given ! at the camp on the opening day. DANCING AND DRAMA ■■■MiMnMUKMBMHBEJijBiBisiiBii SCHEDULE ANNOUNCED | rtffZt II Eckington Recreation Center Pro- K » gram Includes Tuesday and MORTICIANS Bj (C. 8. ZCRHOR8T, JR.) Thursday Classes. | ESTAB. 1SS7 A schedule of children’s Summer ® 301 East Capitol St. classes in dancing and drama was an- K Lin. *468 Lin. 0372 j nounced yesterday at the Eckington K Recreation Center. tgia^tasMBMBlBrclElglBlg^JB) The program, as announced, calls for class periods at 9:30 a.m. each Tues day and Thursday through the months C m A VIA of July and August, the first class to § lUZICl S be held this Tuesday. Miss Adelaide Courtney, who will. —service, quality and reverence in have charge of the dance group, will' conducting beautiful funerals un meet her class Tuesday in the Langley ! excelled any where. Complete in School gymnasium. The instructor every detail. Undertakers for eol for the drama class Is to be announced j ored U. S. War Veterans. Also later. | for the C. C. C. Camp, N. P. 11, The Thomson Community Center j Company 1360, Washington, D. C. also announced a program of dance So Deserving Case Turned Away and drama study, classes for which Parlors and Chapels Free are to be held each Wednesday and Friday morning at 9:30, beginning Call NOrth 7795-7796 this week. The classes will be open n T to all children In the vicinity of the 3o9 R. I. Ave. N.W. midcity center, located at Twelfth and __________ T 1 Traffic Convictions RECKLESS DRIVING. John J. Dugan. 508 Crittenden street, $25. SECOND OFFENSE SPEEDING. John T. Wilson, 114 Florida avenue, ! $25. FIRST OFFENSE SPEEDING. Dorothy W. Lee, 3323 Morrison street, $5. Mabel F. Harris, Virginia, $5. Grace M. Chovan, 913 Emerson street, $5. Vincent E. Kelly, 712 G street. $10. Charlie Welch, 915 Fourteenth street, $10. Norman E. Thorne, 1612 U street southeast, $10. Russell J. Carroll, 1907 Seventeenth street southeast, $10. Stephen C. Wood, Virginia, $5. William B. Curtiss, Maryland, $5. Edd Mills, Maryland, $5. William J. Franklin, 1604 D street southeast. $5. Leroy A. Hapgood, 937 H street, $5. William A Andresen, 4421 Fessen den street, $5. CRUISE PLANNE0 TODAY - Accompanied by their friends, 20 members of Theta Iota Chapter of the Sigma Alpha Rho Fraternity of America will go on their fourth annual outing today for a rruise on the Po tomac River aboard the yacht Parrot, The destination is Indian Head, Md., the party leaving here at noon. Mr. and Mrs. George Cohen will act as chaperones. Robert Schooler is chair man of the Social Committee. . ■ i . I,—, Mrs. Kee was employed at the Government Printing Office for 28 years. Through her life, *he was known for her charities. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Daisy Ryan Campbell, and a son Walter Grant House, both of Wash ington, and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at the home at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Burial will be in Glenwood Cemetery. Hoover Housekeeper in White House is Wed to Baltimorian By tfte Associated Press. INDIANAPOLIS, June 27 — Mrs. Samuel H. Long. 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