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DARE. BETTY ANN. We wish to thank
our many friends and relatives for the
sympathy and beautiful floral tributes at
the time of our bereavement.
FRANK AND EDITH DARE.
Orally.
ACKER. LENA. Departed this life on
Saturday October 30. I»37. at her resi
dence 1221 .Mh st. n.w., U1NA ACKER,
beloved wife of Carl Acker, devoted mother
of Mrs. Ella Mae Robinson. Mrs, Deblrdie
Heath and James W and Wade Acker
She also leaves to mourn her deDarture a
mother. Untie Noble: three brothers and
other relatives and friends. Remains rest
ing «t the John T. Rhines funeral chapel.
3rd and Eye st*. s.w. Notice of funeral
later.
BUCKLEY. EDITH. On Friday. Octooer
29. 1937. at Milwaukee. Wis., EDITH
BUCKLEY «nee Hurd', beloved wife of
William F. Buckley. Funeral notice later.
CAMMACK, TRAVERS K. On Friday.
October 29. 1937. TRAVERS K. CAM
MACK. aeed 71 years, beloved husband
of Abbie A. Cammack. Funeral from his
late residence. 3819 Garrison st n.w.. on
Monday. November 1. at 2 p.m. Relatives
and friends invited to attend. Interment
Rock Creek Cemetery.
CARLIN, ANNA C. On Friday. October
29 1937. at Georgetown University Hos
pita!. ANNA C. CARLIN (neo Campbell),
beloved wile of the late Edward P. Carlin
and sister of Mary K. and Joseph J. Camp
bell. Funeral will be held from the resi
dence of her brother. Joseph J. Camp
bell. 609 8th st. n.e., on Tuesday. No
vember 2. at 8:30 a.m. High requiem
mass at St Joseph's Church at 9 am
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Rel
atives and friends invited. 1
CLEMENTS. MARIE H. On Thursday
October 28. 1937, at her residence. 309 T
6t. n.e. MARIE H. CLEMENTS, beloved
wife of Wilbur R. Clements. Funeral
from the residence of her daughter. Mrs.
Evelyn Wehrle. 316 T st. n.e., on Tues
day. November 2. at 9 a.nv- thence to
S*. Martin's Church, where mass will be
offered at 9:30 a m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 1
CONERY. JARVIS. On Saturday. Oc
tober 30. 1937. at Mount Alto Hospital.
JARVIS CONERY. beloved husband of Rose
H Conery. Remains resting at the W. W.
Chambers Co funeral home. 1400 Chapin
at. n.w. Notice of funeral later.
CORN A V. A! DELI A. Departed this life
Tuesday. October 26. 1937. at S a.m.,
AUDELIA COR NAY of 657 Maydes ct. n.w..
the devoted wife of Charles Cornay. loving
daughter of Susan Blakeley. She also
leaves many friends. Funeral Monday.
November 1. at ! p.m.. from Sutton
Brown's funeral home, 1344 4th st. n.w.
Interment in Payne's Cemetery. •
CRANE, FLORA M. On Saturday, Oc
tober 30, 1937, at her residence. 167 3
Columbia road n.w., FLORA M. CRANE,
beloved aunt of Flora and Paul Johnson
and Alber* Prentiss. Funeral from the S.
H Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st.
n.w., on Monday. November 1. at 3:30
p m Interment Bridport, Vt. Kindly omit
flntrprs. 31
CRAWFORD. El.IZABF.TH T . On Satur
day. Octrtber :tn IS»3T. at Charlottesville.
V* . ELIZABETH L.. the beloved wife of
Jame? r Crawford and sister of Anna C.
O Veil] and Kathrrine L. Walsh Funeral
services at the W. W. Chambers Co. South
east funeral home. 51T 11th st. s.e.. on
Tuesday. November ‘1. at 8::ti> a m.: thence
to the Church of the Assumption. Concress
Heights where mass will be offered at it
a m for the repose of her soul. Relatives
a-ij friends are invited. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery Remains may be viewed
after .A n m. Monday. 1
DONALDSON. M. I On Saturday. Oc
tober AH. I PAT. at the residence of lmr
sister Mrs Gporsm V Newton, li'll R
s* n.w., M I DONALDSON, wife of the
la*e David O Donaldson Remains res'me
at the S H Hines Co. funeral home, '.’iioi
14th st. n.w until in a m. Monday. N»
Jember 1. Funeral servlees at her late
residence Bill Marne st.. Laurel. Md.. on
Jifonda' November i, at I p.m. Interment
Ivy Hill Cemetery At
DVTTOV ANNIE At. On Friday Oc
tober 1 PAT. at r:nn Crifenden st.
n'w. ANNIE M. DUTTON. Services at
-he S. H. Hines Co funeral homo. 'MHH
14th s». n.w . on Monday. November 1.
at 10 a m. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery.
EBERLE, JOHN I.Ol IS. On Friday. Oc
tober "A. IPAT. at Providence Hospital.
JOHN LOUISE EBERLE the beloved son
of the late Katherine and Jacob Eberle.
H» also leaves to mourn their loss two
brothers. Fred and Andrew, and two
nieces and Olio nephew. Bodv^ resting
a- the Tabier funeral home- I'M 7 nth st.
n m . where services will be held on Mon
day. November 1. at. ? p.m followed by
Interment in Prospect Hill Cemetery.
Relatives and friends are invited to at
tend. -’ll
ELLINGTON. EDWARD. In New York
fire EDWARD FLUNG TON He is sur
vived by his son. Edward Ellindon. jr.
(Duke! a grandson Mercer Ellington:
three sisters. Ella Rudisell. Laura Ellington
and Louise Ellington, a brother. George
E',inetr'n, and other relatives and friends
Remain-- will rest a< Frasier s funeral
home AKA R. I. ave. n.w. Notice of fu
neral later. ■’*
EVERHART. MARGARET A On Fri
day. October "f> lAJ.T. at her residence.
*>no Philadelphia ave.. Takoma Park.
Md . MARGARET A EVERHART, the
beloved wife of the late George Everhart
and mother of Mrs. Florence J. Knowlan.
George and Adelbert Flliott. Funeral
service? at the above residence on Mon
day. November 1 at 1 p.m. Relatives
and friends are invited Interment Na
tional Memorial Park. Falls Church. Va.
Service bv W. W. Chambers. 11
FPLLFR. ADELE MAV. On Friday. Oc
♦z^ber 79. 1911. a? hr>r residence. 4K17
Kansas ave n.w . ADELE MAV FELLER,
beloved wife nf Henrv C. Feller and
mother of Addle Mav Feller, daughter of
Mrs Ida M. Broadbent. Services at the
S H Hin°s Cn. funeral home. *1001 14th
.«t n.w on Mondav. November 1. at 10
a m. Relative? and friends invited Tn
termenf Glen wood Cemetery. 11
FRANKLIN. JOSEPH HARRIS. On
Psiturdav October 10. 1917. a* his resi
dence I9?h st. n.w., JOSEPH HAR
RIS FRANKLIN husband of Carol Wilson
Franklin and father of Carol Yate? Frank
lin Services at the above address on
Monday. November 1. at ‘I n m. Inter
ment the Quaker Burying Ground. West
River- Md.
HARVEY. WILLIAM T On Friday Or
t/Aber *19 1917. at the Washington Sani
tarium. Takoma Park. Md WILLIAM T
HARVEY, need Mi years, beloved son of
Jam®? M and Georganna Harvey. Re
main? resting at the residence of his sis
ter Mrs; Janie? Daniels. *570 Sli^o ave..
Silver Snrinc Md. Funeral from the above
residence on Monday. November 1. at .
pm Relative? and friends invited. In
terment Colesville. Md.
HFRRING. BARBARA FRANCES. On
Frida v. October ‘19 1917. at her resi
dent AT79 North S’th st . Arlineton. Va .
FARFARA FRANCES HERRING- beloved
infant daughter of Frank B. and Cath
erine F Herring. Remains resting at the
residence of Mrs. B. F. Herring of 5779
North Sth st.. Arlineton. Va.. where fu
neral services will be held on Sunday.
October 91. at 1:10 P.m. Interment
Herndon. Va. 11
TONES. ANNA On Friday. October 79.
1997. at ber residence, 1771* •? Duncan st.
n e ANNA JONES. She leaves eleven
children and other relatives and friends.
Remains resting at Stewart’s funeral
home 99 H st. n.e. Funeral Mondav.
November 1 at 7 p.m . from St. Edmond's
KEFFAUVFR. MINNIE ESTFM.F. On
Fridav, October *29. 1937. at her resi
des* Berwyn. Md,. MINNIE ESTELLE
KEEF4UVER. beloved wife of .7. Fred Kee
fauver. She Is also survived by two sons.
L. S Keefanver and J. Earl Ke^fauver.
Funeral services at the Berwyn Presby
terian Church. Berwyn. Md . on Mondav.
November 1 at, 2:30 p m. Interment St.
John’s Cemetery Beltsville, Md.. the Rev.
B. A. Matzen officiating. 31
KOHRT, GEORGE H. On Fridav. Oc
tober 29, 1937. at Walter Reed General
Hospital. GEORGE H. KOHRT. the be
loved husband of Alecia M. Kohrt and
father of Kathleen L. Swann and brother
of Mrs. J. W. Hunter. Mrs. Augusta Ol
horn Mrs. Ottf> LanghnfT, Mrs. Herman
Langhoff and R w.. O. A. and Ernest
Kohrt and son of Mrs Augusta Prefrock.
Funeral services at his la*e residence.
3017 Reese court, Alexandria. Va.. on
Monday. November 1. at 1:45 p.m. Rel
atives and friends invited Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. Services
by the W. W. Chambers Co. 31
I KOHRT, GEORGE II. Members of TJ.
8 Treasury Post. No. 35,
American Legion, are hereby
i ^notified of th* death of our
1 comrade. GEORGE H KOHRT
rof 1017 Reese st.. Alexandria.
Va. Services Mondav. Novem
—h — ber 1. 1937. at 1:45 p.m., at
the above residence. Funeral cortege and
National Guard of Honor of the American
Legion at 3 p.m.. Arlington.
WM. T. SLATTERY. Commander.
JOS. P. S. ROBERTS. Adjutant.
LANGUM. ZACHARIAH. On Saturday.
October 30, 1937. at his residence. Clifton
Park. Md., ZACHARIAH LANGUM. aged
74 years, loving husband of the late
Martha E. Langum and brother of Mrs.
Alice Carr and Miss Mary Etta Langum.
Funeral from the Nevius funeral home.
924 New York ave. n w.. Monday. Novem
ber 1. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Rock Creek
Cemetery.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS. _
J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Crematorium
tth and Mass. Ave. N.E. Llnooln 5200
Joseph F. Birch’s Sons
(A. L HAYCOCK. Manager)
Phone West 0093 QA'M M St M W
Established 1841 WO** m
Frank Geier’s Sons Co.
BaSraaS ™ National 2473
V. L. SPEARE CO.
Neither the successor to nor connected with
the original W. R. Speare establishment
Phone lOna H St N W
National 28W luu3 n Jtl * ”
FUNERAL DESIGNS._
FLOWERS, INC.7Funeral Spray.
1431 H St. N.W._Diatrlct B2B2._
GEO. C. SHAFFER
EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT
MODERATE PRICES PHONE NAT 0108
SSI Cor. 14th & Eye
CUBE BROS. CO. FI0..1 Pl~«
1212 F St. N.W. National *278
•a*
SeatljB.
LEE. GEORGE. On Thursday. Octo
ber *8. 1837. at Walter Reed General Hos
pital. GEORGE LEE brother of Mrs. Al
berta Brown. Mrs. Anna F. Smith. Mrs.
Emma Warren and Mrs Ruth Fennell.
He also leaves three nieces, three nephews
and other relatives and friends. Remains
resting at Stewart's funeral home. 30 H st.
n.e. Notice of funeral later. 1
LENZ. ALBERT E. On Friday. October
°0, 1037, at Mount Alto Hospital. ALBERT
E LENZ father of Arthur A. Lens. Serv
ices at the S H. Hines Co. funeral home,
"001 14th st. n.w.. on Monday. Novem
ber 1. at 1 P.m. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. (Baltimore papers
piease copy.i 31
LEWIS, WILLIAM DAVID. On Satur
day. October 30 1937. at hi" daughter's
residence. Mrs. E. J. Sypult.. 1314 Newton
st. n.w.. WILLIAM DAVID LEWIS, beloved
husband of Jessie Mildred Lewis, father of
Mrs. C. E. Sypult and William R. Lewis.
Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co. fu
neral home 2001 14th st. n.w. Notice
jX Xuneral later. r
LUSBY. THOMAS ARTHUR. On Fri
day. October 20. 1037. at George Wash
ington University Hospital. THOMAS AR
HTUR LUSBY. beloved husband of the
late Clara M. Lusby tnee Kennedy). He
Is survived by two sons. Charles A.
and William A. Lusby. and a daughter,
Mrs. Genevieve Leonard. Funeral serv
ices at the chapel of Thomas F. Murray
fc Son. 2007 Nichols ave. s.e., on Mon
day. November 1. at 10 a.m. Relatives
and friends invited Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 31
MAGRUDER. JAMES EDWARD. On
Thursday. October 28. 1037. at Mont
gomery County General Hospital. Olney,
Md.. JAMES EDWARD MAGRUDER. be
loved husband of the late Lula L. Ma
giiider. Remains resting at the funeral
home of William Reuben Pumphrey,
7005 Wisconsin ave., Bethesda. Md. Fu
neral services at the above funeral home
Sunday October 31. at 2:30 p.m. Inter
ment St. John's Cemetery. Olney. Md. 31
McCOLLAM. EMMA E. On Saturday.
October 30. 1037. at her residence. 1147
4th st. n.e.. EMMA E. McOOLLAM. be
loved wife of the late Edward F. McCol
lam and mother of William A. McCollam
and Mrs. Daniel J. Carr. Funeral will be
held from the above residence on Tuesday.
November 2. at 0:30 a m. Requiem mass
at St. Aloysius Church at 10 a.m. Rela
tives and friends invited. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. i
MIl.LARD. HENRY HARVEY. On Sat
urday. October 30, 1037. at Emergency
Hospital. HENRY HARVEY MILLARD.
Body resting at Gawler's Chapel 1750
Pa. ave. n.w., where services will be held
on Tuesday, November 2. at 2:30 p m.
Interment Oakwood Cemetery, Falls
Church. Va. 1
PAGE. LORENZO F. On Thursday. Oc
tober 28, 1037. at his residence. 2026
14th st. n.w. LORENZO F. PAGE, be
loved husband of Grace Page, loving son
of Clara Rosetta Page. He also leaves
other relatives and friends. Remains
resting at the~W Ernest Jarvis funeral
church. 14.32 You st. n.w.. where fu
neral services will be held Monday. No
vember 1. at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 31
RIDER. ANNIE E. On Friday. October
20. 1037. ANNIE E. RIDER, wife of the
late Alfred P. Rider and mother of Ellen
T. Rider. Remains resting at Lee's fu
neral home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.,
until Monday. November 1. at 1:30 p.m.:
thence to the National Baptist Church,
16th st. and Columbia rd. n.w,. where
services will be held at 2 p.m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Congres
ROUTT. DOROTHY MAY. On Thurs
day. October 28, 1937. at her residence,
31*10 9th st. fi e.. DOROTHY MAY ROUTT,
the beloved wife of Randolph J. Routt
and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L.
Simmcns and sister of Joseph L. Simmons,
ir.. and Mrs Katie E. Conner. Funeral
from the residence of her parents. 433
Irving st. n.w., on Monday. November 1,
at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery.
Services by W. W. Chambers Co. 31
SAUL, MARY <\ On Saturday. Octo
ber 30. 1937, at her residence. Kenesaw
Apartments. MARY C. SAUL, beloved !
daughter of the late John and Rosina j
Saul Funeral from the Shrine of the :
Sacred Heart on Tuesday. November 2.
Requiem mass at lo a.m. Interment pri
vate. Kindly omit flowers. 1
SELLARS. GEORGE W. A. On Mon
day. October 25, 1937. GEORGE W. A.
SELLARS. He is survived by ihree broth
ers. two sisters and many other relatives
and friends. Remains resting at Fra
zier's funeral home. 3*9 R. I. ave. n.w.,
where funeral services will be held on
Monday. November 1. at 1 p.m. Inter
merit Arlington National Cemetery. 31
SHORTER, ALICE V. The officers and
members -of the Teachers' Benefit and
Annuity Association are notified of the
death of Miss ALICE V. SHORTER
• Signed» J. E. SYPHAX. President.
J. L. GRAY. Secretary.
SMITH. CHARLES. Departed this life
on October 39. J937. at II a.m.. at Gal
hneer Hospital. CHARLES SMITH. He
leaves to mourn a wife. Mrs. Esta Smith,
and a host of other relatives and friends
Remains resting at S. P. Morrow s funeral
home, 1328 V st. n.w. Notice of funeral
later.
STRASBURGER. FRANCES KISH. On
Friday. October 29. 1937, FRANCES KISH
STRASBURGER. beloved mother of Ivan
K. Strasburger and Lester R. Strasburger.
Funeral from her late residence. 5X24
Chevy Chase parkway n.w , on Sundav.
October 31, at 10:30 am. Intern^nt
Washington Hebrew Cemetery. 31
TATE. MELVIN. Departed this life
Thursday. October 28. 1937. at Freed
man's Hospital. MELVIN TATE, beloved
son of John W. and Daisy Tate He also
leaves to mourn their loss Corrine Tate,
four brothers and four sisters. Funeral
Monday. November 1. at 2:39 p.m.. from
Boyd's funeral home. 1N49 L st. n.w.
Interment Payne's Cemetery.
THOMAS. JOHN H. Suddenly, on Sat
urday. October 30. 1937. JOHN H.
THOMAS, beloved husband of Catherine T.
Thomas <nee OBrien) of lilt* sth st. n.e.
Funeral will be held from Timothy Han
lon's funeral parlors. 941 H st. n.e.. on
Tuesday. November 2. at 8:30 a.m. High
requiem mass at Holy Name Church at 9
a.m. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 1
THURSTON. JESSE. On Wednesday.
October 27. 1937. at Metropolitan Hos
pital. New York City. JESSE THURSTON.
He leaves to mourn a wife, one son.
mother, father, six brothers and sisters,
a host of other relatives and friends.
Remains resting at W. Ernest Jarvis’ fu
neral church. J432 U st. n.w., where fu
neral services will be held on Monday.
November 1. at 12 noon. Relatives and
friends invited Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 31
WILLIAMS. HATTIE V. On Saturday,
October 39. 1937. at her home. Rockville.
Md.. Miss HATTIE V. WILLIAMS. Re
mains resting at the Colonial funeral
home of William Reuben Pumohrpy, Rock
ville. Md., until Monday. November 1. at.
19 a.m.: thence at her late residence,
where funeral services will be held at 2:39
p.m. Interment Rockville Union Ceme
tery.
WRIGHT, CONSTANCE. On Saturday.
October 30. 1937. at her residence. 131 D
st. s.e.. CONSTANCE WRIGHT, the be
loved daughter of Benjamin and Sarah
Wright. She leaves to mourn their loss
two sisters, two brothers and a host of
other relatives and friends. Remains
resting at S. P. Morrow's funeral home.
1328 V st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. 31
fit Utmurimn.
BLINKHORN, MARY A.. In fond mem
ory of my beloved daughter. MARY A. !
BLINKHORN. who departed this life twen
ty-five years ago today, October :ti. 1912.
MOTHER. •
BROWN. REV. THOMAS J. In sacred
and tender memory of our devoted hus
band and beloved father, whom we loved
honored and revered, the Rev. THOMAS J.
BROWN, who suddenly entered into eternal
life October 30, 1935.
"Earth to earth and dust to dust,”
Calmly now the words we say;
Left behind, we wall in trust
For the resurrection day.
Father, in Thy gracious keeping
"Leave we now Thy servant sleeping."
, THE FAMILY.
(This notice omitted from Star of Sat
urday. October 30, through clerical error.I
CARTER. AHA. A tribute of love and
devotion to the memory of our mother and
mother-in-law. ADA CARTER, who de
parted this life eight years ago today. Oc
tober 31, 1929.
Beautiful memories of one so dear
I will always cherish with love sincere;
A dav that comes with sad regret
And one that I shall never forget.
There is one who still will linger
At the spot where you are laid.
Who will come and bring you flowers
On the grave that death hath made.
DEVOTED DAUGHTER. VIOLA CARTER
BROOKS.
A roving thought, true and tender,
Just to show> we still remember.
LOVING SON-IN-LAW, CHARLES
BROOKS. •
GARNER. WILLIAM JOSEPH. In mem
ory of our beloved father and grandfather.
WILLIAM JOSEPH GARNER, who died
three years ago today, October 31. 1934.
THE FAMILY. *
HALIDAY. EMILY F. In sad and lov
ing remembrance of my dear mother.
EMILY F HALIDAY. who passed away one
year ago today, October 31. 193B.
When days are dark and friends are few.
Dear mother, how I miss you.
There may be friends who may be true,
But I lost mv best friend when I lost you.
LOVING SON, GURDEN. •
HALIDAY, EMILY F. In loving remem
brance of my dear wife and our grand
mother. EMILY F. HALIDAY. who departed
this life one year ago today. October 31,
19.3B.
Although your soul is now at rest
And free from care and pain.
This world would seem like heaven
If we had you back again.
HENRY E HALIDAY AND JAMES AND
RICHARD BROWN. *
JAMES. EARL N. In sad but loving
memory of my darling boy. EARL N.
JAMES, who left me one year ago today,
October 31. 193B.
I miss my darling night and day,
He is not dead, he is tust away.
LOVING MOTHER. HATTIE.
, MARSHALL. JAMES MADISON. In sad
But loving remembrance of my dear hus
band. JAMES MADISON MARSHALL, who
departed this life twelve years ago today,
October 31. 1925.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE, HANNAH L. MAR
SHALL. *
FAILEY, EMMA M. AND JAMES B. In
remembrance of our dear mother and fa
ther. EMMA M and JAMES B. RAILEY.
who departed from this life October 31.
1934. and November 7, 1927, respectively.
Although your souls are now at rest
And free from c»re and pain.
This world would seem like heaven
If we had you back again. __
LOVTNQ DAUGHTERS AND ORANDCHJL
M.
FUNERAL IS HELD
FOR REALTY LEADER
Emmons Stockwell Smith Buried
in Rock Creek Cemetery After
Georgetown Services.
Funeral services were held yester
day afternoon for Emmons Stockwell
Smith, prominent real estate operator
and clubman, who died Thursday in
his home, 2216 Massachusetts ave
nue N.W.
The rites were at St. John’s Epis
copal Church, Georgetown, at 3:30,
the rector, the Rev. F. Bland Tucker,
officiating. Burial was in Rock Creek
Cemetery.
Mr. Smith, who was 35 years old,
had been ill several months with
heart disease. A native of this city,
he was a son of the late Emmons
Stockwell Smith and the late Mrs.
Isabel Quiggle Smith. He attended
Friends School, and upon graduation
from Princeton University in 1924 fol
lowed his father Into the real estate
business.
.Mr. Smith was junior tennis cham
pion of the District at one time and
was well known also in amateur golf
ing ranks. He was a member of the
Metropolitan and Chevy Chase Clubs
and the Patuxent Golf Club.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Betty
Grove Smith: a daughter, Betty Fair
fax Smith; a son. Emmons Stockwell
Smith, jr., and a stepson, Grove Smith.
Pallbeabers were Robert Stead, jr.;
John A. Hinckley, George Reber Lit
tlehales, William Jasper Du Bose,
Comdr. William D. Thomas and
Charles P. Stone.
The ushers were William Reybum
C. Ashmead Fuller. George A. Gar
rett, J. H. de Sibour, Woodson P.
Houghton and Newbold Noyes.
ROBERT L. CORBY, 55,
DIES IN NEW JERSEY
Former Resident of Washington
Was Secretary of Bakery
Firm for Years.
Robert Lockwood Corby, 55, former
resident of Washington, whose broth
ers, the late William S. Corby and
Charles I. Corby, founded the Corby
Baking Co. here, died yesterday at his
home in Ridgewood, N. J.
Mr. Corby, a native of Ithica, N. Y.,
who came to Washington as a young
man, for years served as secretary of
the bakery company here. He left
Washington about 17 years ago to take
a position with a yeast manufacturing
concern.
Funeral services will be held Tues
day, the place and the hour to be de
termined later.
Mr. Corby is survived by „ three
daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Sturges and
Mrs. Mildred Maloy, both of New York
City, and Mrs. Virginia Thompson of
England; his mother, Mrs. Louise A.
Corby of New York City; r sister, Mrs.
May Corby Ward of New Vork City,
and a brother, Clarence W. Corby,
Washington chemist.
RITES TOMORROW
FOR T. A. LUSBY
Veteran Policeman Will Be Bur
ied in Cedar Hill Ceme
tery.
Funeral services will be held to
morrow for Pvt. Thomas A. Lusby,
veteran member of the Metropolitan
Police Department, who died Friday at
George Washington Hospital after a
brief illness. The rites will be con
ducted at 10 a.m. at the chapel of
Thomas F. Murray <fe Son, 2007 Nich
ols avenue S.E., by Rev. A. F. Poore,
pastor of Waugh M. E. Church. Burial
will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Widely known as "Pop,” Mr. Lusby,
who was 68 years old, died of a heart
ailment with which he was stricken
early this month. He had been on
duty in the eleventh precinct for 40
years.
Survivors are his daughter, Mrs.
Genevieve Lusby Leonard, and the
two sons, Wililam A. and Charles A.,
with whom he made his home at 1417
U street S.E.
Milbum T. ZIRKLE Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Ambulance service
510 C St. N.E. Line. 5537
North Side of Stanton Park
SINCE 1881
fj Thos. S. Sergeon Co.
Ill (Willson K. Huntemann,
successor)
1 AMBULANCE
I SERVICE
S Local Calls, $3.00
1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS
■ ion 7th St. N.W. NA. 1090
John T.
Rhines
& Co.
901 3d St. S.W.
MEt. 4220
LEADING COLORED
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Funerals to Fit the
Smallest Income
PRIVATE AMBULANCE SERVICE
Frazier's
—service, quality and reverence in
conducting beautiful funerals un
excelled anywhere. Complete in
every detail. Undertakers for col
ored U. S. War Veterans. Also
for the C. C. C. Camp N. P. 11,
Company 1360. Washington. D. C.
No Deserving Case Turned Away
Parlors and Chapels Free
Call NOrth 7795-7796
389 R. I. Ave. N.W.
CEMETERY LOTS._
BURIAL-SITE8=PRIVATE-PARTV WILL
dispose of choice lote in beautiful Cedar
Hill Cemetery; must sacrifice. Box 318-x.
St at;._____
BARGAIN FOR CASH-BLOCK OP SIX
lots, most exclusive section Cedar Hill
Cemetery. P. O. Box 526. Alexandria. Va.
PORT "f&epLN—SIX-LOTS. PRICED
vary reasonable for quick solo; tonne.
Phono Lincoln 2599-W.
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TRAFFIC CONVICTIONS
DRIVING WHILE DRUNK.
Franklin G. Andes, 1232 Pleasant
street 8.E., $100 or 45 days.
Bernard N. Helfort, Arlington, Va.,
$100 or 45 days.
SECOND-OFFENSE SPEEDING.
Wiliam H. Foxwell, 332 E street
N.E., $20.
Dorsey B. Collins, Maryland, $10.
FIRST-OFFENSE SPEEDING.
Willie A. Fenwick, 21 L street N.W.,
$20.
Louis W. Dorsey, Maryland, $15.
Malcolm Blythe, Maryland, $15.
James R. Hart, Maryland, $15.
James Floyd, Jr., Maryland, $15.
Guy L. Keeseckery, 2138 Thirty
fourth street S.E., $10.
Karl M. Bulert, Grafton Hotel An
nex, $10.
Olga C. Boone, 1441 Clifton street
N.W., $10.
Ben R. Gist, Maryland, $10.
Benne Waller, 435 Rhode Island
avenue N.W., $10.
Ferdinand P. Jelinek, 1724 Bay
street S.E., $10.
Leo W. Hahn, Maryland, $10.
William J. Hunt, 4438 Garrison
street N.W., $5.
Robert J. YafTey, Maryland, $5.
William T. Rolilns, 1220 Fairmont
street N.W., $5.
Stewart H. Freed, 3417 Fesesrden
street N.W., $5.
Luther J. Scott, 2504 Nichols avenue
S.E., $5.
Ralph I. Lipsky, 407 F street S.W.,
$5.
Charles H. Dodge, Virginia, $5.
Frank H. Lineberger. Virginia. $5.
William G. Raake, 230 Rhode Island
avenue N.W., $5.
Hamilton E. Clipper, 438 Ingraham
street N.W., $5.
John Reading, 1320 Hemlock street
N.W., $5.
Guilford R. Pierce, Bolling Field, $5.
Whitfietd Glover, 637 Acker street
N.E., $5.
Jerome A. Brooks, 4834 Mead street
N.E., $5.
Albert Martin, Maryland, $5.
Joseph E. Sager, 1334 Girard street
N.W., $5.
Mathew J. Lomp, 5040 First street
N.W., $5.
Nicholas A. Harrison, 47 Florida
avenue N.W., $5.
Warren K. Sherman, Maryland, $5.
Edward Webster, 3200 Porter street
N.W., $5.
DR. MARTIN TO SPEAK
Dr, Thomas P. Martin, chief of the
manuscript division of the Library of
Congress, will be the principal speaker
at a meeting of the United Daughters
of the Confederacy at 8 p.m. Thursday
in Confederate Memorial Hall. 1322
Vermont avenue. Dr. Martin's subject
will be “The Sources of Confederate
History in the Library of Congress.”
FUNERAL TUESDAY
FOR H. H. MILLARD
Treasury Department Executive
Will Be Buried in Oakwood
Cemetery at Falls Church.
Funeral services for Henry Harvey
Millard, 65, chief of the subdivision
of advance payments of the Disburse
ment Division, Treasury Department,
who died yesterday at Emergency
Hospital after a six weeks’ illness, will
be held at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Gaw
ler’s Chapel, 1756 Pennsylvania ave
nue N.W.
Burial will follow in Oakwood Cem
etery at Falls Church, Va„ where Mr.
Millard lived.
Mr. Millard came to Washington in
1904 when he was appointed a clerk
in the Treasury Department. During
the World War he served in the office
of the assistant controller of the
Treasury in Paris as an expert ac
countant.
Later he left Government service
and worked for the law firm of King
«e King. He then was in the real
estate and insurance business before
returning to the Treasury Department
several years ago.
He was a member of the Washing
ton Lions’ Club, the Modern Woodmen
of America, the Royal Neighbors of
America and the Falls Church Kem
per Lodge of Masons.
Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Mar
garet A. Millard; three sons, Harry
H. Millard, Takoma Park, Md.; Louis
A. Millard, Tulsa, Okla., and Andrew
Taylor Millard, FalLs Church, and four
sisters and two brothers.
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Washington's Most
Beautiful
Cemetery
NO CONNECTION WITH
NOR INTEREST IN ANY
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! UNDER THE SAME MAN
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TWENTY-ONE YEARS
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