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ARM*. TOTT1E Departed this llfa on
ur<l».v. N^f.mhrr in. in.1T. at the Hnma
for the Aged. I.OTTIE ARMS, She leaves
fo mourn their loss one daugfcjer Elsie
Arm- and other relatives and friends Re
mains resting at Eugene Ford's funeral
hr me l :itti South Capitol st.. where fu
neral services will he held on Tuesday.
November at i p.m. Interment Payne’s
Cemetery.
RAKER, rose OREEN on Sunday.
a! # am.. Rose
t.KEEN RAKER, the beloved wife of the
ia’e Janies F. Baker, formerly of Mont
gomery County. Md. Remains resting at
the home of l et daughter Mrs Thelma
Paker Cecil. 24 U 33th place n.w. Fu
nejai .services at the above residence on
Tuesday. November 23. at 2:3*3 p.m.
BALDER SON, RICHARD R On Satur
day November 70. 1037 at II am, at
Emergency Hospital RICHARD B aped
1 years, beloved husband of Lillie M
Falrierson and father of Mrs. Elsm M
Lepthien. Funeral from the Nevius tu
n°ral home 374 New York ave. n.w.. Tues
day November 23 at 2 p in. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 22
BALDLRSON. RICHARD R A special
Com mu mention of Stansbury Lodge. No 24.
F A A. M is < ailed for Tuesday. Novem
ber 23 I 33;. at 1 p.m . for the purpose of
conducting the Masonic funeral services of
our la'e brother. RICHARD B. BALDER
SON. Pv order of the master
RALPH L HEBBARD. Secretary.
FvAIDI RSOV RIC HARD R. Members of
Fdvard J Rr -s Council Jr O U A M
P-e requested to assemble at Nevius funeral
p -rio? !»21 N Y ave n.w on Monday.
November 22 1337. at k p.m.. for the
purpose of attending services for our rie
ce - ed brut hr: RICHARD B BAT.nFRSON
Pu-ial Tuesday. November 7.7, at 7 pm.
Interment cedar Hill Cemetery
VANCE S DAVIS. Jr . Councilor.
BEN NUT. HELEN \V On Saturday.
November 7<i. I!♦;j7. at, her residence. 70
2nd st.. Berwyn. Md HELEN W BEN
NETI t he beloved wife of J. Howard
Bennprt and mo’her of Edwin Bennett.
Funeral services at, the residence of her
son, 14 S1 Andrews lane. Stiver Spring.
Md o:, Monday November 72. at 7 p.m
Relatives and lj lends invited Interment
Cedar H:l! Cemeterv. Set vice; bv the \V.
W. Chambers .suburban funeral home.
BERMAN, ARTHI R A. On Friday. No
vemhe’ l:» 1337. at Emergency Hospital
ARTHUR A BFRMAN beloved husband of
F-ernirc Berman, father of \lrv Leonard
Harris Marv Francis Harrell. Bernice.
Eh7ahptl. and Gloria V Berman. F'unerai
rervicc - at ihe \V W. Chambers Co funeral
home l uni Chapin st. n.w on Tuesday.
November 7 3 at in a in. Interment Ar
1 ngtov National Cemetery. Relatives and
friends invited 27
Bl RMAV ARTHI R .A Officers and
members of Admiral George
Dewey Naval Camp No 7.
U R W. V . are requested to
assemble at Chambei •’ chapel.
14th and Chapin Ms. n.w..
Tuesday, November 73 l; i7.
at u 3n a m. to attend the
turn* ot our late comrade. ARTHUR A
PERM A N
CSiftncd» GEORGE TOTTEN, Commander.
BFK'l AN’r NR ! H| R A. Mash in Cop
Loose No 15. B P O Elks.
v» hi convene >n session of
sorrow a’ 7 30 p m Monday.
November 77. 1037. for :he
purpose of paying tribute to
•he memory of our la’c
brother ARTHUR A BER
MAN class of November 14.
1031 w ho passed to : he
Grand Lodge of the Hereafter November
in Fik ervic at Chambers' chapel.
' 4"0 Charm st. nw. at s pm. By or
der of
PHILlr u GAYAUT Exalted Ruler.
AUcst \Y. S. SHELBY. Secretary.
BOWMAN SIDNEY ILL. Or. Monday
November 77. lo37 at the residence of
h s daughter 7 17 Cockerillc ave Takoma
Fark Md SIDNFY LEE BOW1IAN beloved
husband of Edna M. Bowman father of
Mrs Jano s T Fahev and Joseph M Bow
man Services at the S H Hines Co fo
rmal home 7on | Mth st. n.w on Tues
day November 73 at s n m Services and
•rtermer" Broariwav Va.. on Wednesday,
November 74. at 3 p.m. 73
BY I I R LAMER Will I AM On Sunday
Nov ember 71, l!»u7 at hi^ residence. 3nt»4
"••'• A u e JAMES WILLIAM BYLER.
beloved husoand o; Bertha Gray Ryler.
H® is also *ur\ived by three daughters and
one --on Mabel Byler and Emma Byler of
*h city, and Mrs. I F. Coyle of Silver
Rnrur- Md. and John Gray Byler of
Larchmoutr N Y. Funeral services Tues
day November 73 at 7 pm at Hvsong's
pa'-lo-. I 3mm N u n.w. Relatives and
friends invited to attend. 23
CARPENTER. IOIIN On Saturday
N;vrnihC>- in;*: JOHN CARPENTER
r': H.'IH H;;: Va . dexnted brother n[ Mrs
A: Edwards of Pittsburgh. Pa and
Willie Carneirer of Washington. D C
tc a>n survived by three nieces. Mrs
Naf:r Madison. Mrs Blanche Hudson of
P.-; 'b’/rch. Pa and Mrs. Margaret Sipico
of Wa ■inn'-” on. D C one nephew. McKin
‘,r'v Jackson and other relatives and
* Remains resting at Rjdgcly Sc
Hicks ^funeral parlors. M st. n.w
vn* .'i. tit p m. Monday November '1‘1:
•hereafter . • Ins late residence .Mis cjnd
i_* ■ Halls Hill Arlington Va Funeral
Tuesday November *;:L at 1 pm. from
.Salvation Baptist Church. Halls
: ^a Rev N. R Richardson, pastor.
Interment church cemetery.
Cl,\} . DOROTHY Departed this life
on Sa? urd y November tin DORO
THY CLAY the devoted riaughtei of Paul
ine M and James H. Clay. She leaves to
mourn their loss two sisters, two bro*hrr.s
and two aunt.s. Remains resting at her
i??p re idem e H'M S sf. n.w,. after J pm.
Tuesoay. Funeral .services Wednesday- No
vember I at 1 pjn . at Metropolitan
Baptu-i Church. Rev R C. Smith offlciat
ng. Interment m Lincoln Memorial Cem
c err Funeral arrangements by L E.
Murray A: son.. T.J
flNMN'CHAM. M l H E Departed
♦n ■ life on Samrday November °n. j f»;t7.
*■ hr;- residence I JnK Girard st. n.w .
JT'I.IA F CUNNINGHAM She leave to
mourn their lo-.s six children, Mrs Leah
crr?n( John Herman. Jessie. Robert and
severer Cunmneham. and many other
relatives and friends Remains resting
at 'he Ma'.xan A Schey funeral home. N.
a\e and r • n.w.: then to her late
Tender*f,e nn Tuesday. November •*.*{ at 4
p rn Funeral Wednesday November ‘14.
n' 1 hti p m.. from above residence Rela
‘ "p; 0‘id friends Invited Rev. Daniel C
repe officiating. Interment Harmony
Cemetery.
i } \ MM, HAM .11 l.|Y Members of
- ??n „v ftuoria Household of Ruth. No.
M G t.’ O of O F are requested To
a rah meetmfc tnmsht November
1T‘" at s o.m. at Odd Fellows' Hall,
to a nance for she funeral of onr lat" in
HW'e Si: 'or JULIA CUNNINGHAM
_ MILLIE GARNER. M N G
FREO A. 8ABB8. W. R. »
nAMiRin/iF. I.EWK. On Wednesday,
r-nienihor- 1* 1 full a’ City View Ho ru'al.
PitTsbui Eh. Pa ; LEWIS DANDRIDGE
hi other of Jeanette Dandridse nephew of
Mr* Eliza Minor Othfy relatives and
I’ lends survive Remains at Frazi-r s fu
roral home fts'i p J a\x n.w where fu
P.eral services will be held on Tuesday.
November al I o.m. Interment Arlmz
ton National Cemetery. ""
KORTFSf I F. HllMAM HARRISON. On *
F .rday. Novembpr *: 1 If.i.'lT. at his resi- !
L Clifton :-t. nw WILLI A NT I
FORTESCUE. bo)rv rri husband !
OJ Lvrjia ^.ppmer Fortescue. father of Wil- !
;’•/*m Rupert Fnrtcscup of Norfolk.'Va. Mrs
_Tarie Bryair Mrs PauliQc Paul and Miss
Drsdemona Fortescue. Remains restin’: at
ot Chambers Co funeral home.
Uno Chapin n.w.. until Mondav No
Aerobe1 -- o Pjn. Funeral services on
Tuesday. November at n a ;n . m
Norfolk \a Interment in Forest Lawn j
Cemetery Norfolk. Va.
GOODMAN. MFI.ZKTTER Departed ’his j
1 ,F.9.’.1 Sunday November *: 1 IMEL- !
a JTTiET? GOODMAN, wife of John Goodman [
and da up hi rr oi Lang and .Jena if* Kmnard 1
Fne also leaves in mourn their loss a
grandmother, one aunt one uncle and a
host, nf other relatives and friends. Notice
cl funeral later.
IHITON. KVA On Sunday. November
rj- ' at Gallincer Hospital. EVA HIL
J"0*, ^rcs SL- n.'v • beloved mother
, Fieacrirk Harris. She leaves two ,
nieccv one nephew other relatives and !
Irirnds. Remains resting a- the John T
Prunes funeral chapel :;rd and Eve sts‘
s Funeral Friday. November at j ;50
P m.. from the Columbia Elks’ Lodge Home.
irf^ ^ , * aVr 11 w. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. **5
TVV 1 °fJicor.s and members
ei Columbia Temple No. VI". I R p 0
F of W . are notified of the death of
D™«htfrEvA HILTON. Session of soT
tow Mondav November jf»;;7 ar s
P m Funeral Fndav. November "K. at
1 0 pm,, from Elks’ Home, .to 1 r t
iv° n w • •
DAUGHTER ELEANOR WALKER D R
GEORGIAN A B. HENRY Em Sec
HOLLAND. JOSEPH L On Tuesday
November ]b lf»J7. at Georgetown Uni
versity Hospital. JOSEPH L HOLLAND,
aged 78 ypjts, beloved husband of the late
Anna E Holland 'nee Kellihert. father of
Rev. Robert E Holland, S. J.. Fordham
University. New York; Mrs. James V.
Demurest and Miss Virginia E. Holland.
Funeral was held from Timothy Hanlon's
funeral uarlors. 1 H st n.e,, on Thurs
i day. November 18. at S.'Ml a m. Reauicxa
i mass was at St. Alovsius Church at !• ;:fo
a m. Interment, in Mount Olivet Cemetery.
IMLAY. MARGARET J. Suddenly on
Sunday. November 1 MARGARET
J. IMLAY. the beldvcd mother ot Harvey
P. Beniamin T. and Thomas R. Imlay and
Mrs. Grace F. Sieber. Mrs. Laurie I Rob
inson and Mrs. Helen Wheaton. Remains
resting at the Wise funeral parlor 2!ith
and M sis. n.w. Funeral Wednesday. No
vember ',’-1 at p.m.. from Peek Memorial
Chapel. \28rh st. and Pa. ave. n.w. Rela
tives and friend, invited Interment Meth
odist Cemetery. Tcntevtown. D. C. tOther
papers please copy notice.) :2<t
JONES. HENRY. On Saturday. Novem
ber *.’t» HENRY JONES of 15l»:i nth
st n w ., husband of Rosa Jones, son of
Edward and Ellen Jones. He is also sur
vived by one sister, one brother and other
relatives Remains resting at Stewart’s
luneral bome. .14) H st. n.e. Notn* of fu
neral later, :2.'i
KEYSER. WILLIAM N. Suddenly, on
Saturday November '2o. lO.'G, WILLIAM
N KEYSER. beloved husband of Mary I.
Keyser. Funeral from William H Scott's
funeral home. 4«)f» Nth st. s.e . on Tuesday.
November at ‘l pm. Rejatives and
ti'iends are invited. Intermem Cedar Hill
Cemet cry.
LOCKWOOD. JEANNE ALLAIRE. On
Sunday. November '.’1 1 f»:i7 at M am.
JEANNE ALLAIRE LOCKWOOD aged 1 1
years 1 1 months, beloved daughter of
James Booth and Ethel Lockwood of jiiun
North Kirkwood road. Arlington. Vh Fu
neral from the above residence Tuesday.
November 'III. at *2 pm. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Oak Hill Cem
etery.
LYLES. ROBERT. On Sunday Novem
ber -J1 u;t; ROBERT LYLES of 14 1 Q
st n.w. He leaves lo mourn their losa
a devoted wife Josephine Lyles; one sister.
Jane Ford of Birmingham Ala . and many
other relatives and friend* Remains
rest in - at me George B Clarke Co. fu
neral parlor. 14 It* Florida ave. n.e. Fu
neral Wednesday. November ‘21 at 1 p m.,
itom the nome n( Morning Star Lodge.
No it, of Elks 15th and Q sis. n vv.
Interment Woodlavvn Cemetery. ‘2J
MARSHALL. ANNIE. On Sunday. No
vember *21, 1J'.;;, at her residence. Mil?
Swanr st. nu Apt. in. ANNIE MAR*
SHAI L. devoted cousin of Maisie E Smith.
She is a'so suivived by her cousins, other
relatives and many friends. Remains
resting at the McGuire funeral home. J8*2u
!»th st. n w. Notice of funeral later.
MeGHEE. ANNA («. On Friday. Novem
ber m J !).t7 ANNA G. MeGHEE, beloved
wife of William E McGhee and devotpd
mother of William G. McGhee. She is also
survived by her father and stepmother
Mr. and Mrs Robert H Gerhch. and a
stepsister. Mrs. Edna C Bartley, all of
San Benito. Tex a sister Mrs. Mary A.
Winters of Los Angeles. Calif ; a step
i trr. Mrs Harry C Fischer of Valencia.
Pa. and an aunt. Mrs. Flank Deerdort.
and o*her relatives ot Gettysburg. Pa. Re
mains resting at the funeral parlors of
Aim m R Speare. .’*’20o R. I. ave n.e.
Funeral services Tuesday November \2.’i.
at -2 pm. at the Sherwood Presby
terian Church. *2*2nd st. and R I. ave n.e.
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. t2‘2
MILLS. WALTER R. On Sunday. No
vember *21. i:»j; WALTER R MILLS, be
loved husband of Martha B. Mills lather
of Mrs. Mary Sutherland Mrs. Dornthv
H'uny Robert M. and Walter H Mills.
Funeral from his son's residence 1 44> 1 l th
st. *ue oq Wednesday. November *24. at
‘2 hi Pip Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemeteiy. *2.'{
MINOR. LOl’KI.LA. On Mondav No
vember *2'2 1 f;7 a' Gallinger Hospital.
LOU ELLA MINOR Remains resting »t
Frazier's funeral home. JHO 12. I. ave. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
MITCHELL- JAYC. Departed this life
on Friday. November IP. 1!»;;7 at Freed
men s Hospital, after a bnefillness. JAYC
MITCHELL, beloved son dS Mrs Cora
Mitchell and devoted brother of Rosebud
Mitchell He also leaves other relative.*
and many friends Funeral and mt.rmeni
Tuesday. November *2U. in sali'da. £. C
NJILLINIX. MARY ELLEN. On Sunday.
November '2 1 10:7. at the home of ner
daughter. Mrs. J H Mullimx neat Damas
cus, MxL MARY ELLEN MULLTNIX. a.:ed
!).'» years, widow of James Mullimx. Fu
neral Tuesday. November *2:; at *2 p m .
from the Beall luneral home Damascus.
Mri. Interment Damascus M E. Church
Cemetery. :2;t
.*11 KK .1 1 . .Vl.VIUK H :\Ktn D /% » II*.
Suddenly, op Sunday. November *.'l 1 92 7.
at his residence 1425 Rhode Island ave.
n w Major HARRY DAVID MURRAY the
beloved husband of Rmh McElroy Murray.
Remains retying at the W W Chambers
Co funeral home. 14on Chapin st. n w..
until Tuesday. November 22. at ! :2n pm.:
thence to Fort Myer Chapel. Fort Myer.
Va.. where services will be held at 2 p.m
Relatives and friends are invited Inter
ment in Arlington National Cemetery with
full military honors.
MURRAY. WILLIAM A. On Sunday.
November 21 1!'.:;. at Mount Alto Hospital.
WILLIAM A. MURRAY, the beloved son
of Mary E and the late John P Murray.
Remains resting at the W W. Chambers
Co. funeral home. 14oo Chapin s». n.w..
until Tuesday. November 22. at ;• :*.•» a m .
thence to Fort Myer Chapel. Fort Myer. Va.
where mass will be offered at in a m. for
the repose of his soul Relatives and
friends invited Interment in Arlington
National Cemetery with full military
honors.
NEAL, FRED. Departed *hi> life Sun
day November 21 1 D.i7 at Gallmger Hos
pital. FRED NEAL. He leaves to mourn
their loss an aunt. Emma Neal: uncle
John Neal, and a devoted friend Edna
Harvey and other relatives and friends
Remains resting at the Campbell funeral
home. 422 4th st. s.w. Notice of funeral
later
NOWAEK. HANNAH. On Saturday. No
vember 2d. 1 92 7. at Mount Alto Hospital*
Pennsylvania. HANNAH NOWALK the be
loved daughter of John and Fannie Nowalk
Funeral from the W. W Chambers Co
Southeast funeral home 517 llth st. sc.
on Wednesday, November 24. at 1 1 a m
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 2->
NOWLAND. MARY A On Sunday. No
vember 21, 19.27. a* her residence, i.us
Longfellow st. n.w.. MARY A NOWLAND
'nee Whitemocet. beloved wife of th° late
George R. Nowlanri and mother of Kath
erine Novvland Geary and Margaret Now*
land Funeral from the above residence
on Wednesday November 2U at 1 pm :
thence ’n Fifth Baptist Church E st be
tween (ith and 7th sts. s.w where funeral
services will be held a' 2 p m Interment
Glenwood Cemetery. Relatives and friends
invited. *>•}
OLIVER. MARION. On Thursday. No
vember is 192 7* at 2.2(> am. ai Chil
dren's Hospital, after a brief illness.
MARION OLIVER of 512 N st. n v.. • ’eaves
a mother. Mrs. Valtina Oliver, a lather
Mr Garland Oliver; two grandfathers, two
great-grandmothers, also aunts uncles
other relatives and friends. Remains rest
ing at William T. and Ruth B. Tolbert's
funeral home. 1208 (jth st. n.w. Funeral
Tuesday. November 22. at. 2 p.m. from
above-named funeral home. Interment in
vYoodlawn Cemetery. •
OROIAN. ELLA MAY. Suddenly. . on
Saturday. November 20. 1927. at Casualty
Hospital ELLA MAY OROIAN of Belts
viPe, Md the beloved wife of John Cretan
*nd mother of John Edward. William
Lucas. James and Irene Oroian. Funeral
services and interment m Raleiehville,
Va on Tuesday November 22. at 2 p.m.
Relatives and friends are invited. Serv
ices bv the W. W. Chambers Co. suburban
funeral home.
PEDDICORD. FRANCES M On Satur
day November 2o. 1927. FRANCES M
PEDDICORD <nee Connor». beloved wife of
Walter A. Peddicord. Remains resting at
the home of her sister. Miss Gertiude
Connor, ;25 C st. n.e., until Monday. No
vember 22. at 9 a.m. Funeral services at
the above address Tuesday. November 22.
at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
PERRY. THOMAS L. On Friday. "No
vember 19 J927. at Emergency Hospital.
THOMAS L PERRY beloved son of Am e
I and John J. Perry. Funeral from his
late residence. 929 C st. s.w,. on Tuesday,
November 22. at 8:20 a m.: thence to St,
Dominies Church, where mass will be
ofT^ifd at 9 a hi. Rrlativer and friends
invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Dratlja.
PETITT. SERENA ISABELLE. On Sun
day November 31. 1937. at Garfield Hos
pita! SERENA ISABELLE PETJTT of 1830
Inglesirte terrace n.w., beloved mother of
Mrs Gordon Leech. Services at the 8.
H. Hines Co. funeral home. 3901 14th st.
n.w on Tuesday. November 33, at 3 p m.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Glenwood Cemetery.
PINKETT. MARY. On Saturday. No
vember 30 1937. MARY PINKETT of 7 34
New Jersey ave. n.w.. Apt. 1. wife of Ed
ward Pinkett. loving mother of Edna
Pinkett She is also survived by four
brothers, fourteen grandchildren, many
other relatives and friends. Remains resi
j ing a the Malvsji Ar Schey funeral home.
[ New Jersey ave. and R st. n w. Funeral
! Wednesday. November 34. at I p.m from
| Mount Calvary Baptist Church. Fairfax
! Courthouse. Va Rev. Carter officiating.
Interment church cemetery.
POORE. OSCAR T. Suddenly, on Sun
day November 31. 1937, OSCAR T.
i POORE, beloved husband of Marie M.
, Poore and brother of Rose Moore and
I father of Roland L. and Oscar T. Poore,
J ir.. and son-in-law of Grace V. Poore
1 Remains resting at his late residence. 305
i tilst. st.. Canitol Heights. Md. Funeral
j from the Odd Fellows’ Hall. Capitol
Heights, Md.. on Wednesday. November
, 31 at. 3:3n p.m. Interment Cedar Hill
1 Cemetery. All I. O. Q. F. members take
notice. 3:1
PORTER. WALTFR H. Departed this life
on Sundav. November 31. 1937. at Gal
hnser Hospital after a brief illness. WAL
TER H PORTER of 3315 Shannon place
sc. beloved husband of Lucy W Porter,
d voted father of Helen Carey and grand
father of Lucille F Smith. He Is also
survived bv four sisters and three brothers.
Funeral services 'private* on Monday.
November 33. at I: Ip in. Interment
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
SHOOK. HENRY M. On Sundav No
vember 31 I9.G. at his residence 39° I
Military road n.w HENRY M SHOOK
; beloved husband of Sallie E. Shook and
i father ot Mrs Robert Barry of New York
. City. Mrs. Henry R. Wasser and Rov E
! Shook of Washington, D C. Remains
. resting at Lee s funeral home 4th s*. and
I Mass. ave. n e.. where services will be
held on Tuesday. November 3.3, at 3 p.m.
Relatives and frmnds invited. Interment
] Glenwood Cemetery.
SHOOK. II M. Officers and members of
‘ Webster Lodge No. 7 Knights of Pythias,
i "ill meet at Lee s funeral home. Ith st.
land Mass ave. ne at 3 pm Tuesday.
November 33. 19-3 7 to attend the funeral
I of our deceased brother. H. M SHOOK
CHARLES H DAVIS. C. C.
T C. TAYLOR K of R. A S.
SPARROW, AMELIA A On Saturday.
November 30 1937. at her residence. 1341
; W st sir. AMELIA A SPARROW be
j loved wife of the late William VV. Sparrow.
! She is survived by two daughters. Mrs.
i Mamie Jones and Mrs. Elizabeth Soper,
j ;,,iri one son, Mr. William Sparrow, jr.
Funeral from hei late residence on Tues
day November 33 at 1:30 p.m. Services
at Emmanuel Episcopal Church. 13th and
V sts. s.e at 3 p m Relatives and friends
invited Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
TRAVERSE. FLORENCE On Thursday.
November is 1 93 7 FLORENCE TRA
YERSF devoted daughter of Nettle and
i Louis Travers*;, niece of Florence Traverse
j and Emma Harris, granddaughter of Rev.
: M V. Traverse She also leave* other
! relatives and friends. Remains resting et
! the \Y Frn*\st Jarvis funeral uhurch 1 L33
You *t. n.w. Funeral Wednesday. Novem
! ber 31 at 1 p.m. from Mount Moriah A
! M. F. Church Annapolis. Md Interment
Annapolis. Md. Relatives and friend* in
I vited. 3;i
TYLER, ALICE IRA ING On Sundav
; November 31 1937. ALICE IRVING
TYLER. \»ife of Harry VY Tyler Funeral
j services in tne Bethlehem Chapel of the
I Washington Cathedral on Tuesday. No
| vembt r -33. al 3.30 p.m.
, WASHINGTON. ( Al I II On Friday,
j ™^mhrr r> 1 :,::7 CALL IE WASHING
1 TON. devoted husband of Susie Wa.shina
i ton father of Dorothy Washington.. He
j a no leaves one sister, one brother, other
j relatives and friends. R mam* res*ing
! at,. lr_t" Finest Jarvis funeral church,
i 1 V. •, ” M- n.w. where funeral services
1 ''ill be held Monday November 33. ai 8
pm. Rev E. C Smith officiating Rela
te f's and friends invited. Interment Tucs
d-y. November 33, at Madison County,
\ a •><>
WHITE. CHARLES. On Saturday. No
vember 39 1937. CHARLES WHITE He
I leave* 10 mourn their lo s a mother and
lather many other relatives and friends
funeral from the George B Clarke Co ni
ne raJ parlor- 111 *i Florida ave n e on
Monday. November 33 at 3 3n p m In
terment Pavne s Cemetery.
WILLIAMS. HAROLD On Monday No
i tTPiPXi r^- %. 01 Galhnger Hospital.
HAROLD WILLIAMS of Alexandria. Ya .
b.novcd son of Mr and Mr* Moses VYii
j hams devoted brother of Clarice. Don*
Winifred and Sara Ann Williams He ft iso
T8v es other relatives and r^-my friend*.
Nonce of tunerel later. Arrangements by
Joan T Rhines ,<7 Co
WOOLDRIDGE. ELLEN S. On Sunday
November 31 1937. at her residence. 31H
;C st s.e , ELLEN S WOOLDRIDGE -nee
Hopkins* beloved wife of the late George
B Wooldridge Remains resting a* the
! James T Ryan funeral home 17 p*
ave. s.e Notice of funeral later.
lit iflrmurtam.
ADAMs. i d\a. in loving memorv of
I n'ir frioiiQ. EDNA ADAMS- who passed on
! two years ago today, November MM i;i:;5
j Sweet memories still cling to her n^me
CARRIE AND BILLY. ' *
M \C KAY', f.l OMA HESS. In memory of
C'ri4,dfp*nod daughter and sifter. LEOMA
HESS MACKAY. who passed awav four
years ago today November MM. i
j Short and sudden was the call
When you were taken from us all
I gut never will those who loved you best
Forget the dav you were laid to rest
GE*?AUGkTONHESS AND ISOLINE HESS
MATTHEWS. LAWSON R. In loving re
membrane* oi my dear father I.AW'SON R
MATTHEWS who departed this life ten
years ago today. November MM. !»•*;.
Gone but not forgotten.
HIS DEVOTED DAUGHTER. MRS. IRENE
PAGE. •
MORGAN. MARGARET. A tribu'e of
I io\* and devotion to the memory of our
! beloved mother MARGARET MORGAN,
who jeit us twenty-three years ago today.
November MM. lt*i4.
Memories are treasures no one can steal.
I Death leaves a heartache no one can feel
' A thought true and tender.
I Just to show vve still remember
HER DEVOTED DAUGHTERS. MARGARET
AND JOSEPHINE. •
OCKERSHAt'SEN. CAROLINE. In lov
ing remembrance of our dear mother
CAROLINE OCKERSHAUSEN who passed
awa.v one year aco today. November MM,
Missed by her children. •
PRATT. CORPL. EDWARD C, In mem
orv of my son Corpl EDWARD C PRATT,
who departed this life nine years aso to
day. November MM. U#MK.
Loved in life, remembered in death.
HIS MOTHER MARY E PRATT. •
PI RDY. FRANCES F. A tribute of
: love and devotion to the memory of mv
| d*ar wife FRANCES E PURDY, who left
me one week ago today. November 1.'». I
In my heart she is fondly remembered,
Sweet memories clinc to h^r name
HER DEVOTED HUSBAND EDDIE. •
REGAN. MARCFLI.A. A tribute of lovp
I and devotion lo the memory o/ our dear
’ wife and mother MARCELLA REGAN who
departed this life sixteen years ago today.
November MM. JtiMl.
There is a face so dear we miss.
Still is the voice we loved,
God keep her safe with Him
Until we meet some day above.
There is no sweeter sound on earth
Than her beloved name:
There is no sunshine like her smile.
So bright, .so pure a flame
No caressing arms like hers to hold.
No loving voice to hear.
No touch so tender as our mother's
And a heart of love so dear.
Even death has a wonderful message.
TJiousii it robbed us of one we loved:
For it draws us from our own surroundings
To Ions for our meeting above.
HER DEVOTED FAMILY. •
SHAAB. CHARLES H. In sad and lov
ing remembrance of my dear husband.
CHARLES H. SHAAB. who departed this
| lifo 'hire years aso today. November MM.
J1K14.
Treasured thoughts of one so dear
Often brine a silent tear.
Thoughts return to scenes long oast —
Time rolls on. but memory lasts.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE. MAUD SHAAB. •
lit JMrmoriam.
WEST ANNIE, in loving remembrance
of my dear sister. ANNIE WEST, who de
parted this life twenty-five years ago to
day. November 22. 1012.
Feauttful memories of one so dear
will always cherish with love sincere.
A day that comes with sad regret
And one that I shall never forget.
LOVING SISTER. BESSIE. •
BIRTHS REPORTED
Luther and Frances Bierach, boy.
Henry and Nellie Reckewag, boy.
Louis and Virginia Martin, bo.v.
Paul and Theodora Conners, boy.
Edward and Dorothy Morgan, boy.
Randolph and Virginia Bliss, boy.
Alan and Edith Edwards, bo.v.
Robert and Marie Lucase. bo.v.
Gtulio and Katherine Salomone. bov.
Irvin and Beatrice Springer, girl.
Lewis and Helen Johnston. Jr., boy.
Aira and Lois Barton, boy.
Clarence and Helen Welch, boy.
James and Dorothy Nichols, boy.
William J. and Dorothy Holman, girl.
Owen and Virginia Weaver, girl.
Arthur and Varina Todd. girl.
Ernest and Mary Crosman. girl.
Frank and Mary Fruth, girl.
Constantine and Pandora Gogos, girl.
Everett and Dorothy Gregg, girl.
Leonard and Cora Hurley, girl.
Harry and Gertrude Osterfeld. girl.
Connie and Opal Southern, girl.
Francis and Dorothy Schoenhauer. girl,
Wesley and Viola Wheeler, boy twins,
Charles and Mamie London, boy.
Vincent and Vivian Brown, boy
Isiah and Henrietta Edmonds, boy.
Walter and Eliza Matthews, boy.
Paul and Mae Corneley. boy.
Roger and Drusilla Dedrick. boy.
Harry and Margaret Lacey, girl.
Howard and Hilda Swann, girl.
James and Mamie Norris, girl.
Henry and Margaret Johnson, girl
Arthur and Elizabeth Carpenter, boy,
Louis and Rose Lit man, bov.
Wade and Helen Pipkin, boy. §
Marcos and Carolyn Pernia. boy.
George and Sylvia Schwartz, boy.
Christopher and Elizabeth Sorrell, boy.
Max and Maidie Souviron. boy.
Harry and August Friedenberg. bov.
William and Laura Pendergrass, boy.
William and Rosemary Flaherty, boy.
Leander and Christine Stuart, boy.
Stewart and Jean Wilcox, bov.
Edwin and Virginia Thomas, hoy.
Furman and Marie Harris, boy
Thomas and Margaret Hysan, boy.
Ray and Mary Boswell, girl
Paul and Hazel Wooster, girl.
Sidney and Mary Allen, girl
Christ and Mary Houlis. girl.
William and Mary Zegowotz. girl
Raymond and Pauline Owens, girl
Howard and Kathryn Anderson, girl.
Thomas and Henen Hayden, girl.
Raymond and Anna Gilroy, girl.
Henry and Nannie Sandridge. .ir., girl.
John S. and Mary Dunning, girl.
Edward and Florie Bracher. boy,
George and Juanita Nutter, bov.
Eugene and Nannie Russell, boy.
Marion and Mary Jones, bov
Frank and Ardelle Tinker, boy.
Jack and Bertha Ellerbe. bov.
Thomas and Pauline McRae, hoy.
Thomas and Dora Duncan, girl
Samuel and Olive Noisette, gir!
Harry and Geraldine Wallace, girl.
Francis and Hazel Walker, girl.
Robert and Betty Thomas, boy
Louis and Catherine Verbillis. girl.
Henry and Mollie Riibner. boy.
j John and LaRue Sadler, bov
Ernest and Anna Green, girl.
Winfield and Virginia Hamilton, girl.
Edward and Zita Clexton. boy.
Joseph and Gertrude Moore, girl.
Stephen and Evelyn Verges, girl.
Frank and Ruth Merrill, bov
John and Frances Johnson, boy.
Charles and Frances Ealev. boy.
j James and Selle Taylor, boy.
DEATHS REPORTED
Ellia J Bamtil. B4. .T7 Bataa at
Kate Sheetz, 90. Gallinger Hospital.
Helen J. G. Reilly. 90. Walter Reed Gen
eral Hospital.
Emma H. Girty 89. 3600 Macomb at.
Ellen t£cCallt'm, 82, George Washington
Hospital.
Thomas E. Silcott, 80, 1919 Pennsylvania
ave.
Fanny 8mith, 75, Garfield Hospital.
Henry Shook. 75. 3921 Military rd.
Sophia M Dauterich. 73. 222 9th st. a.w.
Serena I. Petttt. 71. Garfield Hospital.
Clarence J. Crawley, 67. Gallinger Hos
pital.
Thomas Wharton. 55. National Homeopathic
Hospital.
Ethel Campbell. 52, 1844 Columbia rd
Forrest A De Long 4 9. 3422 Quebec st.
Harry D. Murray. 40. 1425 Rhode Island
ave
William A. Murray, 42, 2650 Wisconsin
ave.
Lee D Wills 40. Georgetown Hospital.
•John V. White. 25. Casualty Hospital.
Mary 8trickland. 7. Providence Hospital.
Thomas Henderson 84, United Soldiers’
Home Hospital
Walter Porter. 58. Gallinger Hospital
Fred B. Pelham, 42, Walter Reed General
Hospital.
Callie Washington 39. Gallinger Hospital,
Kenneth McNeil. 27. Gallinger Hospital.
Jaye Mitchell. 1ft. Freedmen s Hospital.
Barbara C Scoggins. 79, 20 Pth st s.e.
Alexander M. Forrester, 60, Walter Reed
Hospital.
Emily G. Ray 61, St. Elizabeth's Hospital.
John N. Swartzell. 4 7, 2725 36th pi
John A. Fentress 43, George Washington
University Hospital.
Elsie Hume 39, Garfield Hospital
Stanley Duda. 28. Casualty Hospital
Thomas Dilworth. 67. Freedmen * Hospital
William Gordon, 46, Home for Aged and
Infirm.
John Campbell 4ft. Emergency Hospital.
Rosie Jones. 36. 2 Wylie ct.
Mary McCoy. 34 Gallinger Hospital.
Nadine Kelsor. 31. Gallinger Hospital.
Anna Rowe. 73. Garfield Hospital.
Angelina Linthicum. Oft. Gallinger Hos
pital.
John C». Hailey. 59, United States Soldiers'
Homp.
Lottie L. Savage. 57. Providence Hospital.
Herman C. Jacobs 4 7, 3821 Livingston at.
Anna McShca. 42, St. Elizabeth's Hospital.
Mary R Waters 32. 1343 Taylor st.
Hazel Wilson. 27. Gallinger Hospital.
Joseph Turner. 75. 937 Golden st. s.w.
1 Mary C Atkins, 67. 1536 5th st..
Emma Loe. 60. 1810 6th st
Joe Campbell. 34, Emergency Hospital
1 Florence Travers 32, Gallinger Hospital.
Battle Frye. 24. Freedmen a Hospital
Dorothy Steele. 24. Oallimrer Hospital
Elizabeth Willis. 22. Oallinaer Hospitsl.
Crash Kills Baltimorean.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22 (A>).— James
Dougherty, 45, of Baltimore, was killed
today when hi* automobile crashed
lntn a concrete traffic signal in the
Bronx. Two compWions were in
jured. 7
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