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LANSDALK. JOHN R. We wish to thank £ur loyal neighbors and friends for their lnd sympathy and beautiful floral of fertngs at the death of our loved one. JOHN R. LANSDALE. the FAMJLY . Beatljfl. AMITY. SADIE F. On Monday. January 11. 1937. at her residence. 013 Park road n.w.. 8ADIE F. AMITY aged t>2 years, widow of Romanus J. Amity ana mother of Mildred. Joseph and Oertrude Amitv. Also survived by three sisters. Miss Mary Fill. Mrs. Katie Freeland ana Mrs. Annie Baker. Remains resting at the W. W. Chambers Co funeral home 1400 Cbanin st. n.w. Notice ot funeral later. ANDERSON. FITZHVGH LEE. On Sunday January 10. 1937. FITZhUOH LEE AN DERSON. Funeral services at the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400 Cha pin st. n.w.. on Tuesday, January U. at 2 p.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. BAKER. C. LUVENIA. On Saturday Jan uary 9. 1937. at 9 P.m., C. LUVENIA BAKER (nee Venie Allen), beloved wife of James W. Baker and mother of Mrs. Daisy V. Wightman and J Edward J. Allen. William Roy and Russell E. Baker and sister of Mrs. Sarah Sweeney Glas coe. Funeral from her late residence. 012 11th st. s.e . on Wednesday. January 13. at 2 p.m.; thence to Anacostia M. E. Church. 14th and U sts. s.e., where services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. Arrangements by Wm. J. Nalley 12 BAKER. LUVENIA. The officers and ladies ol the Ladies’ Auxiliary of Canton Washington. No. 1. P. M., are requested to assemble at 912 11th st. s.e.. Tues day evening. January 12. 193.. at o’clock, and attend funeral services of our late member. Ladv LUVENIA BAKER. DOWNEY KELLY President. NAOMI COOPER. Secretary. BAKER. LUVENIA. A special meeting of Washington Centennial Chanter. No. 20. O. E S. is called for Tuesday. January 12. 1937. at 1 p.m.. at Masonic Temple for the purpose ot conducting services on the death of Sister LUVENIA BAKER, followed by services at Anacostia M. E. Church. Members urged to attend. FLORENCE LEE Worthy Matron LILLIAN ALLEN. Secretary. 1 BERRY. RACHEL E. On Sunday. January 10. lO.'lt. at residence of her daughter. Mrs. Helen G Scott. :*5im i:Jth st. n.w . RACHEL E. BERRY <neo Roland*, wife of the late William H. Berry. Funeral services at above residence on Wednes day. January lit. at. 10:00 a.m. Inter ment Prospect Hill Cemetery. 1 BLAGMAN. WILLIAM (FATTY). Departed this life on Sunday January 10. 19.li. WILLIAM BLAGMAN (FATTY). SOP. of the late James and Martha Blagman. Funeral from Robert Campbell s funeral home. 423 4th st. s w Wednesday January 13. at 1 p.m. Friends invited. BOSWORTH. HENRY It On January 11. 193>. HENRY H. BOS WORTH. beloved husband of Emma c. BoswTth. Funeral from, the W. w Deal funeral home. Slit H st. n e . on Wednesday. January 13. at 11 am. Place of interment later. BOUGHTON. FRANK. Departed this life suddenly. Friday. January 8. 193.. FRANK BOUGHTON Remains resting at E W. Bundy’s funeral home, hZl Fia. ave. n.w. Funeral Tuesday January 12 at 2 p.m., from the Elks’ Home. 301 • R. I. ave. n.w.. Rev. Taylor officiating. BOWFRS ARTHUR D. On Thursday. January 7. 1937; ARTHUR D. BOWERS, beloved father of William A Bowers. Funeral from the W W. Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. nu. on Tuesday. January 12. at 2:30 P.m. Relatives and friends invited. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. Bl'RKE. JAMES V. Suddenly, on Monday Januarv 11. 1917. at Ms residence 5a> 11 11th st. n.w.. JAMES V. BURKE be loved husband of Ann Nelligan Burke and father of Ann Marie Burke. Notice of funeral later. BURKE. JOSEPHINE. On Saturday Jan uary 9. 1917. at »*> P.m.. at her apart ment. at 1S70 Wyoming ave. n.w JOS EPHINE BURKE, beloved sister of Wil liam Bu-ke. Mrs. Anni° B. Towers and Mrs. Franz H. Rideway. . Services at the chanel of Joseph Gawler s Sons. 1 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. on Tuesday. January 12. at 1 o.m. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. CARPEN'TF.R. LILA. On Monday. January 11 1937 at her residence. .1111_Sher man ave. n.w . LTLA CARPENTER be loved sister of Eliza Richardson. Della Robinson and Edward Carpenter. She also leaves other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the W. Frnest Jarvis funeral church. 14.32 You st. n.w. No tice of funeral later. CHANDLER. REBECCA MrCLEEE AND Sud denly. on Sunday. January 10 19.1.. at her home, the Cordova. REBECCA MC CLELLAND CHANDLER, wife of the late William T. Chandler., ^rvices at the chapel of Jos. Gawler's Sons 1750 Pa ave. n.w.. on Tuesday. January 1~. at 3 p.m. Interment Oak Hill Ceme.ery. CLAGGETT. WYCLISS WALLIS. On Sun day. January 1<>. 1937. at the Alexandria Hospital. WYCLISS WALLIS CLAGGETT husband of Grace M. and father of Amelia and Wycliss Wallis. Jr. Funeral services on Tuesday. January 12. at 2.30 p m.. at Pohick Church. Fairfax County. Va. Interment Pohick Cemetery. DAVIS. ALICE TERRETT. The members of St. Stephen Sodality will meet Mon day January 11. 1937 at , :3o p.m.. at 11°" H st. n w to recite the Rosary. MRS WM. V GRIFFIN. Pres. MRS. KATHERINE FAGAN. Sec. deFORD. DR. FRANCES ALI.EN. On Sat urday. January 9. 193. at ID.30 gin.. Dr. FRANCES ALLEN rieFORD of 51, 9 N 16th st.. Philadelphia. Pa., beloved wife of Dr M. deFord mother of Alice R. and Allen V rieFord and Mrs. May nard Shipley. Interment Monday a* ~ p.m. Kindlv omit flowers. ii DEVINE- LUCILLE. On Saturday Jan uary 9 1917 at Garfield Memorial Hos pital LUCILLE DEVINE beloved wife of Jolin L. Devine. Notice of funeral ar rangements later. Services by the W. w. Chambers Co Donnelly, william j. on Sunday. January 10. 1937. at his residence. .12, A st. s e. WILLIAM J. DONNELLY be loved husband of Cora Stake Donnelly and father of Romaine L. Donnelly. Services will be held at his late resi dence on Wednesday. January 13 at 9‘30 a nit thence to St. Peter s Church 2nd ani C sts. s.e where mass will he said at 10 am. for the repose of his soul. Relative; and friends Invited In terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 12 FISHER. PERCY. On Friday. January 8. 1937 at Georgetown University Hos pital' PERCY FISHER beloved husband of Annie B. Fisher. Funeral from the George W. Wise Co. funeral home. 2900 M st. n.w.. Tuesday. January 12 at 2 o’clock p m. Relatives and friends In vited. Interment Prospect Hill Ceme tery. Fletcher. WILLIAM. On Sunday. Jan uary 10. 1917. at Gallineer Hospital. WILLIAM, the beloved husband of Eleanor Fletcher of 100.1 40th st. n.e. Also surviving are one sister, one brother, two grandchildren and many other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Henry P. Washington Ac Son's funeral home. 4925 Deane ave. n.e. Notice of funeral later. FLETCHER. WILLIAM R. The officers and members of W, Bruce Evans Ig>dge. No. 380 I B P O. E of W. are hereby notified to be present at a session of sorrow ior our late brother WILLIAM R FLETCHER, at the Elks' Home. Fair mont Heights. Md.. Wednesday. January 13. 1937. at s p m. ROBERT H. PALMER E R. FRANTZ. ARTHUR BENSON. On Satur day January 9. 1937. at George Wash ington University Hospital. ARTHUR BENSON FRANTZ, beloved husband of Elsie Amos Frantz. Funeral services Monday. January 11. at 8 p.m.. at Hy song’s parlors. 1300 N st. n.w.. followed by services and Interment Tuesday at 2 n.m . Waynesboro. Pa. Friedrich, george. cm Saturday. January 0. 1937. GEORGE FRIEDRICH beloved brother of Otto T.. Franz T. and Carl O Friedrich. Mrs. Hilda D Ander son and Mrs. Josephine E. Baines. Fu neral services at the W. W. Chambers Co suburban funeral home. 91 s Cleve land ave.. Riverdale Md.. on Tuesday. January 12. at 2 P.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. ©ARNETT. ANNIE W. All Inmates of Bethel Household of Ruth. No. 1710 G. U O of O. F.. are notified of the death of Sister ANNIE W. GARNETT, on De cember 25. 1030. Assessment due on following meeting. January 14 19.37. . LOTTIE HAWKINS M. N. G. MAUDE JOHNSON. W Rcc. • ©ENDERSON. MARY. On Saturday. Jan uary 9. 1937. MARY HENDERSON Fu neral will be held from Timothy Han lon’s funeral parlors. 041 H st. n.e on ’ Tuesday. January 12. at 2 p.m. Inter M ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. rUNERAL DIRECTORS. - • — — - - -— ——— Frank Geier’s Sons Co. L^ra^A^NAtional2473 V. L. SPEARE CO. neither the successor to nor connected with the original W R. Speare establishment. nAtlona0lP%892 1009 H St. N.W. J7 William Lee’s Sons Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS • Crematorium j^th and Mass Ave. N E_ Lincoln 5200 Joseph F. Birch’s Sons (A. L. HAYCOCK Manager! 3034 M St. N.W. \Cjmmben^ One ot the Larxest * Undertakers In the World 1400 Chapin St. N.W. Col. 0432 >17 11th St- S.E. Atlantic <700 FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO C. SHAFFER -EXPRES8IVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT MODERATE PRICES PHONE NAT 0100 RfsSiT Cor. 14th & Eye £ BROS. CO. Floral Pieces St. N.W. NAUonal 4374 Sratfys. HERRON. ♦ANNIE. Departed this life on Monday. January 11. 1937 at Casualty Hospital JANNIE HERRON. devoted wife of Granville Herron. She also leaves twelve children, two brothers, two sis ters. a devoted mother. Margaret Grig or.v: other relatives and friends. Re mains restinc at the John T. Rhine* funeral chapel. 3rd and Eye sts. a.w. Notice of funeral later. HOLLIS. CLARENCE W. On Sunday. Jan uary 10. 1037. CLARENCE W HOLLI8. Funeral services at the W W. Cham bers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on Tuesday. January 12. at 10:30 a m. Interment Arlington National Cem etery HUTCHINSON. RAYMOND LEE. On Mon day. January 11. 1937. at his home. 07 Randolph place n.w.. RAYMOND LEE. beloved husband of Mania Bean Hutch inson. Services at his late home on January 13. at 2 p.m. Interment Rock ville Union Cemetery. _ 12 IVINS. MARY MARGARET. On Sunday. January 10, 1937. at Garfield Memorial Hospital MARY MARGARET IVINS and her infant daughter, wife and daughter of James S. Y. Ivins ot 1501 Gallatin «t. n.w. Bodies resting at the Tabler funeral home. 4217 tith st. n.w., where services will be held on Tuesday. Janu ary 12. at 4:30 p.m Relatives and friends invited to attend. Interment will be made at Parkersburg. W. Va. • JAMES. ALAFAIR. Departed this life Monday. January 11. 1937. at 5:15 a m., at her residence 110 P st. n.w., ALAFAIR JAMES, beloved wife of the late L. W. James She is survived by five devoted sons. Homer, Hannibal. Wilson. Mannie and Arthur; one loving daughter. Joana Johnson: one sister. Ida Williams: one brother. Wilson Burres: also other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Malvan & Schey funeral home New Jersey ave. and R st. n.w Notice of funeral later. JAMES. FRANCES. On Sunday. January 10. .937. at 1 a m., at her residence. 914 T st. n.w . FRANCES JAMES, sister of the late T. A. James and Agnes James, aunt of Marie C. James. Re mains resting at McGuire’s funeral home 1820 9th st. n.w.. wltere funeral will be held on Tuesday. January 12. at 3 p.m. Interment Harmony Cemetery. JEFFRIES. IDA M. (EDDA1. On Friday. January s, 1937. at Sibley Hospital. IDA M. IEDDA1 JEFFRIES, beloved wife of Thomas C. Jeffries and mother of Robert Thomas Jeffries and Mrs. Cath erine Brewer. Funeral services at the W. W. Chambers Co. Southeast funeral home 517 11th st. s.e.. on Tuesday. Jan uary 12. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cem etery. II JOHNSON. MARY JANE. On Sunday. Jan uary 10. 1937. at her residence. 1128 K st. s.e.. MARY JANE JOHNSON, wife of the late Peter Johnson: beloved mother of Mrs. Ella Thomson and Charles John son. and aunt of Mrs. Louise Waller. Re mains restinc at the McGuire funeral home. 1820 9th st. n.w. Notice of fu neral later. 13 JOHNSON. SARAH. On Friday. January S. 19.37. at St Elizabeth’s Hospital. SARAH JOHNSON, devoted mother of Cleon Edward Lorraine and James Johnson. Sadie Cook and Estelle Thomas. She also leaves three grandchildren, two daughters-in-law. one scn-ln-law. other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w.. until Tuesday. January 12 at 1 p.m : thereafter at her late residence. 2729 Dumbarton ave. n.w Funeral Wednesday. January 13. lpm. from the First Baptist Church. 27th st. and Dumbarton ave. n w Rev. M. Newsom officiating. Interment Ar lington National Cemetery. 12 KING. JonN W. On Sunday January 10, 1937. at Emergency Hospital JOHN W. KING, beloved brother of Mrs. T. G. Atlee of Austin. Tex.: J. Frank King of Marshall. Va.. and J. S. Irving King of Washington. D. C. Remains resting at Lee's funeral home. 4th st. and Mass ave. n.e.. where services will be held on Wednesday. January 13. at II a m. Rel atives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 12 KIRKPATRICK. MAUDE. On Saturday. January 9. 1937. at her residence. 223 H st. ne MAUDE KIRKPATRICK. Funeial services at the \V. W. Chambers Co. Southeast funeral home 517 11th st. s.e. on Tuesday. January 12 at 8:30 a.m. Relatives and friends are invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Ceme tery. 11 KNIGHTON. JAMES JOSEPH. On Satur day. January 9. 1937. at 9:30 a m., at his residence 503 G st. n.e.. JAMES JOSEPH KNIGHTON, beloved husband of Zora Knighton (nee Strosnyderi and beloved son of the late John and Cath erine Knighton. He is also survived by his daughters. Kathleen Halves and Corabel Prentiss: one son. Frank Knighton: a sister. Helen M. and a brother. Charles V Knighton. Funeral will be held from the above residence on Tuesday. January 12. at 8:30 a m. Re quiem mass at St. Aloyslus Church at 9 am. Relatives and friends invitPd. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 11 LEE. EDNA. On Sunday. January 10. 1937. at Gallineer Hospital. EDNA LEE. the beloved wife of Maurice Lee of 5018 Lee st. n.e. She also leaves one daugh ter. three sons, a devoted father and mother, two sisters and many other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Henry S. Washington A- Son's funeral home. 407 N st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. * McMOBRfS. KATE WILLIAMS. Departed this life on Sunday. January 10. 1037. in Los Anseles. Calif.. KATE WILLIAMS McMORRIS wife of the late George W. McMorris. mother of Mrs. C. D. Ash more. Mrs. W J. Barnes and Maj Watson L. McMorris Notice of funeral later. MILES. RALPH. On Friday. January R. 1937. at Gallinger Hospital. RALPH MILES, son of the late Sarah Miles, husband of Arneita Miles, father of Bernaaett Miles. He is also survived by other relatives anti friends. Re mains resting at Stewart's funeral home. 30 H st. n.e . until Monday eve ning. January 11: thereafter at his late residence 55 Myrtle st. n.e. Funeral Tuesday. January 12 at f» a m. from the Holy Redeemer Church. New York and New Jersey aves. n.w. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 11 O’BRIEN. WILLIAM P.. JR. On Sunday. January 10. 1!).'1T. at Providence Hos pital. WILLIAM P. O'BRIEN. Jr., be loved son of William P. and Mary C. O'Brien (nee Risoni. Funeral services at his parents' residence. 2901 7th st. n.e., on Wednesday. January 13. at 10 a m. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Serv ices by the W. W. Chambers Co. South east funeral home. 12 PEVTOV. ARTHUR. Departed this life Saturday. January 9. 1937. at his resi dence. OS Mass. ave. n.w,. ARTHUR PEYTON, beloved sore of Lula Johnson. He is also survived by a devoted sister. Mahalle Peyton: two loving brothers. Jackson McCoiough and Frank Archie: two uncles. Marion Steward and Charles Osoy: also other relatives and friends R .bains resting at the Malvan & Schey funeral home New Jersey ave. and R st. ,*v. Funeral Wednesday. January 13. at 1 p.m . from above parlors. In terment Woodlawn Cemetery. Ql'ANDER. MABEL. On Sunday. January 10. ] 037. after a brief illness. MABEL QUANDER daughter of the late Gilbert and Fannie Bouyer. mother of Maurice Quander. sister of Gilbert and William Bouyer. Martha Woods. Louise Rich ardson. Joseph B . Daniel and James Bouyer Remains resting at Frazier’s funer.,1 home. 389 R. I. ave. n w. Notice of fur.eral later. 12 READY. DR JOHN T. On Sunday. Janu ary ,0. 1937. at Georgetown Hospital. Dr JOHN T. READY, beloved son of Morris J. and the late Bertha E. Ready, of 3301 N st. n.w Funeral services at 9:30 Wednesday at his late residence. Mass at Holy Trinity Church at 10 a m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 12 RICH. ELIZABETH. On Friday. January 8, 1937. at 1:40 a.m.. ELIZABETH RICH of 1410 S st. n.w.. beloved aunt of Mary E.. Georgle and Joseph A. Hen son and Ada Henson Smith; great-aunt of Jane E. Evans. Georgle and Elmer Henson: aunt-in-law of Leon A. Smith and Mary F. Henson. She also leaves many other relatives and friends. Re mains resting at the Malvan * Schey funeral home. New Jersey ave. and R st. n.w.. until Monday. January 11. at noon: then at her late residence. Fu neral Tuesday January 12, at 2 p.m.. from Metropolitan Baptist Church. R st. between 12th and 13th sts. n.w. Rev. Smith officiating. Interment Har mony Cemetery. 11 SCOTT MILTON L. On Sunday. January 10. 1937. at 3:45 o'clock p.m.. MILTON L. SCOTT, beloved son of Jennie V. and the late Charles W. Scott He also is sur vived by five brothers and three sisters. Funeral Wednesday. January 13. at 1 o’clock p.m.. from the funeral home of George W. Wise Co.. 2900 M st. n.w.; thence to Leesburg Va. Baptist Church at 2 o'clock. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment Union Cemetery. Lees burg. Va. 12 SERRIN. PAUL E. On Saturday. January 9. 1937 PAUL E. SERRIN. the beloved son of Thomas H. and the late Sarah A. Serrin and brother of Thomas H. Serrin. Jr.; Mary H.. Cora C. Serrin and Mrs. Rose M. Honeycutt. Funeral services and Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery on Monday. January 11. at 2 D.m. Serv ices by the W. W. Chambers Co. South east funeral home. SMITH. ANNIE IRENE. On Saturday. January 9. 1937. at the residence of her daughter. Mrs. Francis M. Murray. 3935 Legation st. n.w.. ANNIE IRENE SMITH, beloved wife of Charles L. Smith, sr.. and mother of Dr. Charles L. Smith. 1r. and Mrs Francis M. Murray. Funeral from the above residence on Tuesday January 12. at 8:30 a.m. Re quiem mass at the Shrine of the Blessed Sacrameat at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 11 STF.INBACH. JAMES JOSEPH. On Sun day. January 10. 1937. at Children’s Hospi'a! JAMES JOSEPH, beloved infant eon if RalDh and Ruby Steinbach (nee Williams). Funeral from the residence of his parents 334 14th st n.e.. on Tuesday January 12. at 2 p m. Rela tives and lriends Invited. Interment Glen wood Cemetery. Arrangements by Wm. J. Nalley STRONG. ASAHEL WHITMAN. On Fri day. January 8. 1937. in Haddonfleld. N. J.. at the age of 81. ASAHEL WHIT MAN STRONG, father of Helen M.. Washington: Paul A.. Haddonfleld N J ; Arthur P.. Oak Park 111., and Ethel Strong Bliss. Portland Oreg. Services in Pilgrim Congregational Church. Oak Park. 111., on Monday. January 11. 11* WERLE. MARGARET C. On Saturday. January 9. 1037. MAROARET C. (nee Geter). widow of Charles W. Werle and mother of C. Bernard Werle and Mrs Ida M. Oauvreau. Funeral from her late residence 1807 Otis st. n.e.. on Tues day. January 12. at 8:30 a m. Reoulef mass at St. Anthony s Church at 9 a m Relatives and friends Invited. Inter ment St. Mary's Cemetery. 11 Dr. R. M. Miller Officiating at the National City Chris tian Church. Funeral services for Henry Gardiner Hanford, assistant to the business manager and assistant auditor of The Star, are being held at 2 p.m. today in National City Christian Church, with Rev. Dr. Raphael H. Miller officiating. Burial will follow in Rock Creek Cemetery. Fifteen business associates and close friends of Mr. Hanford were to act as honorary pallbearers. They are Frank B. Noyes, Theodore W. Noyes. Fleming Newbold, Victor Kauffmann, Newbold Noyes, R. M. Kauffmann, George Adams Howard, Crosby N. Boyd, Samuel H. Kauff mann, Galt Burns, Guy V. Collins, Marvin Farrington, Carter B. Keene, John A. Efckert and Patrick H. Mc Cormick. Mr. Hanford, who was 62. died at his home, 3706 Military road. Friday night. He had been with The Star for 42 years, starting as assistant book keeper. Besides his widow, Mrs. Nellie Mae Hanford, he is survived by a daughter, Mrs. William Preston Haynes; two sons, Wesley G. and S. J. Hanford; two grandchildren, William Preston Haynes, jr., and Helen Hanford Haynes; a brother, Charles B. Han ford, and a sister, Mrs. Carrie Gullick son of Los Angeles. ROBERT H. M’ADOO TO BE BURIED HERE Son of Senator Dies After Brief Illness of Pneumonia in New York. B» the Associated Press. NEW YORK, January 11.—Robert H. McAdoo, 38-year-old son of United States Senator William Gibbs McAdoo, Democrat, of California, died at his home here last night of pneumonia. He had been ill since Wednesday. The Senator was at the bedside. The son, who was in the investment banking and insurance business here, lived in the exclusive Sutton place neighborhood. At the age of 18, when the United States entered the World War, he en listed in the Navy. He later was transferred to naval aviation and was about to obtain his pilot's commission when the armistice was signed. Afterward, he studied at Princeton University for three years and then | entered Babson Institute. From the ! latter school of business near Boston, . he entered offices here. McAdoo was a son of the thrice ; married Senator and his first wife, | the former Sarah H. Fleming of j Chattanooga, Tenn., who died in 1912. Surviving children of the marriage are Francis H. McAdoo of New York, Mrs. Clayton Platt, Jr., of Philadel phia; Mrs. Brice Clagett of Landover, Md.; Mrs. Francis Taylor of New York and William Gibbs McAdoo, Jr. Robert was born in Yonkers, N. Y„ in November, 1898. He received his preliminary education at St. Paul’s School, Concord, N. H. In New York he was a member of the Racquet and Tennis and Turf and Field Clubs. Sealha. WILSON. EUGENIE M. On Sunday. Jan I uary 1JK 1937 at Siblev Memorial Hos Dltal. EUGENIE M WILSON, formerly the Gordon Hotel. Funeral from the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home. ]4<mi ChaDin st. n.w.. on Wednesday. January 13. at 8:30 a m.: thence to St. Martin’s Church. North CaDitol and T sts.. where mass will be offered at 9 a m. for the re pose of her soul. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cem etery. jo WYLIE. FRANCES. On Saturday. Jan uary 9. 1937. at her residence. 4820 Hayes st. n e.. FRANCES WYLIE, wife of the late James H. Wylie and devoted mother of Daisy W. Pope. Luvenla J. Khan and Ella M. Evans. She is also survived by one granddaughter. Eleanor Evans, and other relatives and many friends. Funeral from the residence of her daughter. Daisy W. Pope. 1006 8 st. n.w.. on Tuesday. January 12. at t-:30 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements by McGuire. 11 In Hmnrtam. BUTLER. MAUDE ELIZABETH GRUBB. In lovine memory of my sister. MAUDE ELIZABETH GRUBB BUTLER, who died ten years azo today. January II. 1927. Gone, but not forgotten. YOUR DEVOTED SISTER. BLANCHE ALINE GRUBB. • CAMPBELL, ALICE. In loving memory of my dear sister. ALICE CAMPBELL, who passed away two years ago today. Jan uary 11. 1935. Beautiful memories of one so dear I’ll always cherish with love so sincere. A day that comes with sad regret And one that I shall never forget. HER DEVOTED SISTER. ILA M. HAW KINS. FERGUSON. HARRIET A. In loving mem ory of our devoted mother HARRIET A. FERGUSON, who left us four years ago today. 8weet memories. HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. • GIBSON. KATHERINE SHEPHARD. In tribute of love to the memory of our dear mother and grandmother. KATH ERINE SHEPHARD GIBSON, who en tered the heavenly rest January 11. 190X. LUBELLE E. BUTLER. ESTHER B. SUTTON. GRAHAM. LOUISA D. In loving memory of my beloved mother. LOUISA D. GRAHAM, who left me seven years ago. January 11. 1930. When days ere dark, and friends are few. Dear mother, how I miss you. There may be friends who may be true. But I lost my best friend when I lost you. HER LOVING DAUGHTER EVA, • HUNT. GEORGE M.. SR. In sad but lov ing remembrance of our beloved husband and father. GEORGE M. HUNT. Sr., who departed this life January II. 1933. HIS LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN. • SKINNER. LA VANIA. In memory ot Mrs. LAVANIA SKINNER, who died January 11 1936. Beautiful memories of one so dear. We all cherish with love so sincere: A day that comes with sad regret And one that we will never forget. HER DEVOTED FAMILY. » FLOWERS T 1 DUPONT CIRCLE i_' HD. 7000 MRS. WITMER DIES AT FLORIDA DOME Widow of Well-Known Physi cian Was Society Leader in Washington. Mrs. Roberta King Stone Witmer, 78, widow of Dr. A. H. Witmer, well known physician, died Friday at her Winter home in Sanford, Fla. She had been ill three weeks. Funeral services are being held this afternoon In Rock Creek Cemetery. Mrs. Witmer, a member of one of Washington’s oldest families, was a leader in society here in pre-war days. Her father was the late William James Stone, distinguished Washing ton lawyer; her mother, formerly Mary Lyons Green, was the daughter of Thomas Green of Richmond, owner of the old Van Ness place on Seventeenth street, now the site of the Pan-Ameri can Building. Mrs. Witmer was a second past pres ident general of the National Society of Americans of Royal Descent; was a member of the National Society of Colonial Dames, the Daughters of the Cincinnati and of the board of St. John's Orphanage. She also belonged to St. John’s Episcopal Church. Six teenth and H streets, attended by her family for three generations. She is survived by a son, George Stone Witmer of Sanford, and a brother, George B. Stone of Warren ton, Va. ARTHUR B. FRANTZ, ACCOUNTANT, DIES Held Senior Post in General Ac counting Office—Active in Masonic Affairs. Authur B. Frantz, 56, of 1619 Rhode Island evenue, a senior accountant in the General Accounting Office, died Saturday night in George Washington University Hospital. He had been ill about two weeks. Mr. Frantz first came to Washington in 1917 and was employed by the George A. Fuller Co., builders. From 1920 to 1925, he was a junior accoun tant with the Shipping Board. He then went to Florida to become mem bership secretary of the Chamber of Commerce at Jacksonville, remaining there until 1929, when he went to High Point, N. C., as representative of an Indiana commercial firm. He returned to Washington in 1932, to take the position he held when he died. Active in Masonic affairs. Mr. Frantz was past master of Acacia Lodge, at Waynesboro, Pa., and a past president of the Anchor Masonic Club of Washington. He was a thirty-second degree Scottish Rite Mason, with membership in Albert Pike Consistory. Mr. Frantz is survived by his widow, Mrs. Elsie Amos Frantz; two brothers and two sisters, Herbert Frantz, Wells ton, Ohio; Robert Frantz, Saginaw, Mich.; Mrs. John W. Cure Mansfield, Pa., and Mrs. Urner G. Carl, Cumber land, Md. Rose Croix services of the Scottish Rite will be held at 8 o'clock tonight, at the Hysong funeral parlor, 1300 N street. Burial will be at Waynesboro, Pa., where Mr. Frantz was bom. — ■' ■ m -— — ■ MRS. WILLIAMS’RITES Funeral Tomorrow for Wife of Meteorologist. Funeral services for Mrs. Elizabeth Conroy Williams, who died January 2 at Belleville, El., will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the grave in Arling ton National Cemetery. Chaplain Walter H. Paschal will officiate. Mrs. Williams, wife of Capt. Ran dolph P. Williams, meteorologist of the General Headquarters Air Force at Langley Field, Va., had been called to Illinois by the death of her father. Dr. J. K. Conroy. While there she was stricken with a sudden illness. MRS. HARRIET L. LEWIS FUNERAL RITES TODAY Long-Time Resident of Montgom ery County Will Be Buried at Cedar Grove. Funeral services for Mrs. Harriet Leaman Lewis, long-time resident of Montgomery County, Md., who died Saturday, after an illness of two years, were to be held this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock at her late residence at 4409 Kansas avenue, Washington. Inter (ede^r Hill meatBeautiful (cmetery ~ DOCTORS RECOMMEND AMBULANCE SERVICE BY Chamber^ $ 3 any place J in the city Columbia 0432 On* of the Urtnt Undertaken in the World. FACTS That Speak for Themselves! ! Positive proof that Joseph Gawler’s Sons superlative service is available to every one is shown by this tabu* lation of the price range of our last 1,000 adult funeral services. Joseph Gawler’s Sons, Inc. Chapel Fmural Dirt dart Since 1150 Cremations Alfred B. Gawler Walter A. Gawler William A. Gawler Joseph H. Gawler 1750.2*4*6*8 Penns. Ave. N.W. NAtional 5512 ment was to be at Cedar Grove, Md. Bom at Clarksburg, Md., on Octo ber 4,1872, Mrs. Lewis was the daugh ter of the late John Somerset Leaman and Elizabeth Ann Watkins Leaman. She passed most of her life In the upper part of the county until about 16 years ago, when she moved with her family to Garrett Park, Md. She had been living In Washington for about six months. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Ellen R. King of Clarksburg, Md.; three brothers, J. R. Leaman of Newport New*. Va.; Oscar Leaman of Cornu*, Md., and Ira Leaman of Takoma Park, Md., and the following son* and daughters: Mrs. B. C. Riggs of Ken sington. Md.; Mrs. E. J. Wenaas, Youngstown, Ohio; Mrs. W. P. Smith, Charles Town, W. Va.; Lawrence L. Lewis, Cumberland, Md.; Randolph P. Lewis, Winston-Salem, N. C„ and John A. Lewis, Llnwood L. Lewis, Mrs. L. A. 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Stop in and see our vast showing of maple furniture. 6 Pieces Illustrated Above, $148 PIECES SOLD SEPARATELY AS FOLLOWS: Dresser complete with at t a c h e d swinging J *10.00 mirror_7 Chest of Drawers—solid maple — 4 deep JO 0.00 drawers_ Vanity Dresser with swing ing attach- ()0 ed mirror. ***lJu' Night Toble illustrated in group—one drawer— shelves_$1100 Bench for Vanity Dresser— maple seat 57-00 and legs-^ i Chest-Desk, not illustrated X°"~: $33-50 The Bed—double or twin sizes—solid tf A A maple_ Spindle Bed (not illustrot . ed), quaint early Ameri fngsn.’.u::; $23-5° Ladder style Bed—twin or $21-00 Many Other Maple Groups Shown Now MAYER & CO. Seventh Street Between D and E