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JOHNSON. ANDREW. The family of the late ANDREW JOHNSON wishes to thank its many friends for their kindness, sympathy and floral tributes during Its recent bereavement. THE FAMILY. • TRAVERSE. FLORENCE. The mother Of the late FLORENCE TRAVERSE wishes to thank the many friends for their kind expressions of sympathy and floral tributes during her illness and at death. Signed MOTHER. Sratlffl. BARNETT. AUGUST. Departed this life Sunday. November 28, 1037. AUGUST BARNETT beloved husband of Lucille Barnett. He is also survived by four loving daughters. Mrs. E'.hel Fleming. Mrs. Ruth Green Mrs. Viola Perkins and Miss Mary Barnett: three brothers, three sisters and other relatives and friends. Remains rest ing at the Malvan Schey funeral home. N. J. ave. and R st. n.w. Notice of funeral to be announced later. BELL. DELANO. Departed this life on Friday November 26. 1037. at Freedmen’s Hospital, after a brief illness. DELANO BELL, the son of Irene Bell. Remains resting at Barnes & Matthews’ funeral home. 614 4th st. s.w.. until Monday. November 20. 4 p.m.: then to his late residence. 1830 4th st. n.w.. where fu neral services will be ‘held Tuesday. No vember 30. at 1 p m. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 29 BIRCH. JESS RUSH On Saturday, No vember 27. 1937, JESS RUSH BIRCH, be loved son of Samuel and Minnie Birch, husband of Helen Birch and father of Pauline Birch. Funeral from the W. W. Deal funeral home 816 H st. n.e.. on Tuesday, November 30. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 29 BIRCH. JESS R A special communi cation of Myron M. Parker I-orige. No. 27. F A A M . is hereby called for 1 p.m Tuesday. November 30. 1P3T. to at tend the funeral of our late brother. JESS R. EIRCH A good attendance is desired. RAYMOND H, HILLSTNGFR. Master. BOLAC. WILLIAM JOSEPH Suddenly, on Sunday. November 28. 1037. WILLIAM JOSEPH BOLAC. beloved husband of Mat tie Bolac mee Shaffer*, father of Mar garet Bolac. He is also survived by his mother and a sister. Funeral from the residence of his mother. 1206 5th st. n.w,. on Wednesday. December 1. at 8:30 a m.: thence to St. Aloysius Church. North Capitol and Eye sts.. at 9 a ru. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar BRIGGS. CHAMP. On Saturday. No vember 27. 1937. CHAMP BRIGGS, brother of Alice Dyson and Lillie Smothers. He leaves to mourn their loss other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church 1432 You st. n.w.. until 5 pm. Tuesday. November 30: thereafter at the residence of his sis ter. Mrs. Lillie Smothers. 1202 Delaware ave. s.w Funeral Wednesday. Decem ber 1. at I pm., from the above resi dence. Rev. Isaac Wright officiating In terment, Harmony Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited 30 CATLETT. ALICE. Departed this life on Saturday. November 27. 1937. ALICE CATLETT of 501 Florida ave. n.w Site leaves to mourn their loss a devoted mother. Martha Hill: many other relatives and friends Remains resting at the Mal van <V Sohey funeral home. New Jersey ave. and R st. n.v Funeral from above parlor Tuesday. November 30. at 10 a m. Relatives and friends invited. Tn terment Woodlawn Cemetery. 29 CHAPIN. MARY LIRBF.Y. On Sunday. November 28. 1937. at Garfield Hospital. MARY LIBBEY CHAPIN widow of the late Frederick Emmons Chaoin. Services at Oawler's chapel. 1750 Pa. ave n.w.. on Tuesday. November 30. at 3 pm. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. CHERRY. MINNIE E On Saturday. November 27. 19:’.;. MINNIE E. CHERRY devoted wife of Joseph Cherry, mother of Oliver C Williams, daughter of Richard L and Dell* Thompson. She also leaves three sisters, five brothers, other rela tives and friends. Remains resting at. the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 T7 st. n.w Notice of funeral later. CURTIN. JEREMIAH J. On Saturday. November C7, 1037. ai his residence. C’M 4th st. s.w.. JERFMIAH J. beloved son of Julia Curtin 'nee Lone' and the late Daniel Curtin. Funeral from the above residence on Tuesday mnrninz. November 30 at 8:30 a m.: thence to St Dominic’s Church, where requiem mass will be said at o o’clock Relatives and friends in vited Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery, CO DAVIS. CARRIE. Departed this lifp on Saturdav. November C7. 1037. at the resi dence of her daughter. Mrs. Annie Reed. 506 Rhode Island ave n w CARRIE DAVIS, wife of the late George Davis She leaves to mourn their loss three dauch tejs Mr... Anna Peed. Mrs. Marzaret Washinz*on and Emily Johnson; one son. Joseph Edwards: one brother. James A. Jackson, and nine grandchildren, other relatives and friends. Remans resting at her late residence 506 Rhode Island ave. n w.. after 1C nopn Tuesday. Fu neral Wednesday December 1 at 1 pm., from Metropolitan Baptist Church. Rev. E C. Smith officiating. Interment Har mony Cemetery. Arrangements by L. E Murphy & Son. Beautiful toiler, thy work all done; Beautiful soul into glory gone. Beautiful lif°. with its crown now won. God giveth thee rest. Rest from all sorrows and watching and fear& Rest from all possible sighing and tears Rest through God's endless, wonderful years. At home with the blest. THE FAMILY. 30 DAVIS. CARRIE. All officers and members of Lydi? Household of Ruth. No. 1804. G U. O. of O. F.. are hereby re quested to attend thp funeral of Inmate CARRIE DAVIS, on Wednesday. Decem ber 1. 1037. from Metropolitan Baptist Church. R st between lCth and 13th sts. n.w.. at 1 30 pm Signed ALBERTA GUNN. M. N. G SARAH B. McCOWAN. W. R. 30 DICKESON, RICHARD. On Sunday. November C8. 1037. at Gallineer Hospital RICHARD DICKFSON beloved father of two daughters. Mrs. Rebecca Garnett and Mrs. Martha Jones; three sons. William. Samuel and Henry Dickerson. Two sisters. Mrs. Mary Scantleberry of New York City and Mrs. Annie Edison: one brother. William Henry Dickerson, and other rela tives and many rriends also survive. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines ticp of funeral later. DORSEY. BENEDICT. Departed this life on Saturday. November 27. 1937. at 2 a m.. at Garfield Hospital, after a brief illness. BENEDICT DORSEY He leaves to mourn their loss a wife. Janie Dorsey; a loving sister. Alice Dorsey; three neph ews. Bernard Dorsey. Asbury Thomas and Arthur Thomas; two nieces. Mrs. Christine Robinson and Mrs. Virginia Thomas, ajid a brother-in-law. Hammond Thomas, and a host of other relatives and friends. His remains may be seen at. his late residence. 1714 -ftth st. n.w. Funeral Tuesday. No vember 30. at 1 p.m . from Ebenezer M. E. Church. 4th and D sts. s.e. Rev. F. F. King officiating. Interment Payne's Cem etery. We tried so hard to save you. Our prayers were all in vain: This world would seem like heaven If we had you back again THE FAMILY. DOUGLAS. MARY E. On Saturday. November 27. 1937. at her residence. 1238 Duncan st. n.e.. MARY E. DOUGLAS, beloved mother of Mrs. Martha Ackers and James and Thomas Douglas. Remains resting at Stewart’s funeral home. 30 H at. n.e. Notice of funeral later. 30 DY’ER, EMILY’ WHITE. Sunday morn ing. November 28. 1937, Ventnor. N. J.. EMILY WHITE DYER, daughter of the late Col. Georep W. Dyer and Mary Kelly Dyer. Funeral service at Gawler’s chapel. l/oO Pennsylvania avg. n.w. on Tuesday morning. November 30. at 11 o'clock. In terment in Oak Hill Cemetery. EDWARDS, BENJAMIN F. On Monday. November 29. 1937. at Sibley Memorial Hospital. BENJAMIN F. EDWARDS, lov ing husband of Amanda J. Edwards. Notice of funeral later. ELKINS. JOHN B. On Saturday. No vember 2,. 1937, at his residence. 647 G st. n.e JOHN B ELKINS, beloved husband of Malinda Elkins and father of Margaret F. Elkins and Mrs. Catherine L. Hester. Services will be held at his late residence on Tuesday. November 30. at 1 pm. Interment Cedar Hill Cemeterv 'Alexandria and Fredericksburg. Va . papers Please copy.) so EARL. Departed this life on Frldary. November 21. 19,17 at 120 a m EARL FRISBY. He leaves to mourn their loss a wife. Mrs. Virginia Frisby; one sister. Mrs Beatrice Commodore: one niece fllso other relatives and resting at the John T. f-rnnes .funeral chapel. :trd and Eye sts. i "h*'Vun,er"1 services will be held If ' p m. Tuesday. Novemher no. inter S*£Qt^n_LiiTcoln_Memorial Cemetery. 29 FUNERAL DIRECTORS^ V. L. SPEARE CO. !Slbmr“'.rw"it” s&s 'steals Rttlonain2892 1009“H St. N.W. J. William Lee’s Sons Co. FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium ♦th and Mass. Ave. N.E. Lincoln 6200 Joseph F. Birch’s Sons <A L. _ HAYCOCK Manager) StabSlsheT 1841 3034 M St. N.W. Frank Geier’s Sons Co. mm' "•& National 2473 Chambers, One nr cbe Largest Undertaker* In the World 1400 Chapin St. N.W. Col. 0432 817 11th St. S.E. Atlantic 6700 018 Cleveland Are., Rivcrdalc, Md. FUNERAL DESIGNS. GUDE BROS. CO. Floral Pieces 1212 F St. N.W._National 4276 _ WADE FLOWERS, INC." THOMAS F. WADE 827 14th 8t. N.W. Republic 0827. GEO. C. SHAFFER EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT MODERATE PRICES PHONE NAT OIOS 2T SK cor. 14th & Eye f Spatlftf. GREEN. HENRY. On Saturday. No vember 27. 1937, at Galllnger Hospital. HENRY GREEN, son of Mrs. Mattie Green. He also leaves one sister. Prances Green: one adopted brother. Henry Green, and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at gtewart's funeral borne. 30 H st. n.e. Funeral services at the above fu neral home on Wednesday. December 1. at 1 pm. 30 HAGEMAN. JACOB. On Saturday. No vember 27. 1937. at hts residence. Mar guerite st . East Riverdale. Ma, JACOB HAGEMAN. aged 70 years, beloved husband of Mae Haeeman: Spanish American War Veteran, lieutenant Company F. 3rd Penn sylvania Infantry, Volunteers. Funeral services at above residence on Tuesday. November 30. at 12:30 p.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. I Philadelphia. Pa papers please copy ! Services by W. W Chambers Co. suburban funeral home. HAGEMAN. JACOB. There Will be a special meeting of Washington Printing Pressmen's Union. No. 1. on Tuesday. November 30. 1937. it 11:30 a.m- at Typographical Temple. 423 G st. n.w for the purpose of attending the funeral of our late brother. JACOB HAGEMAN. WILLIAM H. HAGNER. President. HARRY C. WEBB. Secretary. HAGEMAN. JACOB. . Comrades of Richard J. Harden Camo. No. 2. United Spanish War Veterans, will assemble at 11:45 am. Tuesday. November 30. 1937, at Pythian Temple. 1012 9th st. n.w.. for the funeral of our late comrade. JACOB HAGEMAN. Funeral services at 12:30 p.m- at hia late residcnrc. Marguerita st. and Jeffer son road East Riverdale. Md. Inter ment Arlington Nntirnal Cemetery, H M. MANNING. Commander. H. L. LESLIE. Adtutant. HENDERSON. MAJOR. Departed this life Sunday. November 2S. 1937. MAJOR HENDERSON of IT.TSii Hih st. n.w.. be loved husband of Julia Henderson. He Is also survived by two devoted brothers. Robert and Thomas Henderson: two lov ing sisters. Mrs. Viola Griggs and Anna M Henderson; also other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Malvan A- Schey funeral home. N. J. ave. and R st. n.w. Notice of funeral to be announced later. HENLEY. JOHN W. Suddenly, on Sat urday November 27. 1037, JOHN W. HENLEY, beloved husband of Mary T. Henley and father of Miss Bessie L. Hen ley of Mount Rainier. Md.: Mrs. Harry P. Baker of Manassas. Va.: Mrs. Raymond A. Gordon of Hyattsville. Md., and Wil liam P. Henley of San Angelo. Tex. Re mains resting at his home. 3500 Rhode Island ave . Mount Rainier. Md Fu neral services from the Methodist Church. 35th st. and Bunker Hill road. Mount Rainier. Md.. on Tuesday November 30. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemeterv. HINKEL. CHARLES A. On Saturday. November 27. 1937. at. his residence 1719 Webster st n.w . CHARLES A HINKEL aged 50 years, beloved husband of Edna Wade Hinkel He is also survived by one brother. Frederick P Hinkel and four sisters. Miss Anna A. Hinkel. Mrs. Edward C Wells. Mrs. Wilbur Zeon of this city and Mrs J. Frederick Mover of Columbus. Ohio. Funeral services will be held at his late residence. 1719 Webster st. n.w,. on Tuesday. November 30. at 11 a m. In terment Abbey Mausoleum. 29 HOLLAND. RUTH LOUISE. On Sunday. November 28. 1937 at Garfield Hospital. RUTH LOUISE HOLLAND beloved wife of Herbert C. Holland, mother of George William and Doris Holland, daughter of Milton F Colburn and sister of George F Colburn. Funeral services at the W W. Chambers Co. Southeast funeral home on Wednesday. December 1 at 2 p.m Relatives and friends invited. In terment Olenwood CrrpCtfry. 30 JENKINS. ESTHER MAY. Departed this Mr on Pundev November 28. 1937. ESTHER MAY JENKINS of 1117 O st. n w. She is survived by one devoted son. James F. Jenkins: five !#ving sisters, one brother, a loving dauci\ter-tn-l»*. Mrs. Louise Jenkins, and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Malvart Ar Schey funeral home N J ave. and R st. n.w Notice of funeral to be an nounced later. JOHNSON. BLANCHE O. On Saturday November 27. 1937. at Siblev Memorial Hospital. BLANCHE O. JOHNSON, the beloved wife of the late Taylor B John son and mother of Taylor O. Johnson. Funeral services at the W W. Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on Tuesday. November 30 at 2:30 p.m Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. JOHNSON. HALLEY. On Monday. No ; vember 22 1937. at Fort Jay. N. Y . HAL LEY JOHNSON, hrother of Annie Lawson, nephew of Mary Thornton. He also leaves other relatives and friends. Remains rest ing at -he W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. I 1432 You st. n.w Funeral Tuesday. No ! vember 30. at l n m.. from the above fu j neral church Interment Lincoln Me | morial Cemetery. Relatives and friends | invited. 29 JOHNSON. MEDORA NELSON. De parted this life fcn Saturday. November 27 1937 at her residence 2848 Elvin rd se. MEDORA NELSON JOHNSON, de voted wife of the late John Johnson, daughter of the late Joseph and Maria Nelson, sister of the late Lillian Anderson and the late George. Nelson. She leaves to mourn two nieces. Mabel Wood and Beatrice Budd: two nephews Chester and Robert Anderson: sister-in-law, Sadie Nelson: daughter-in-law. Nancy John son. and other relatives and friends Fu neral services at Campbell’s funeral home. 423 4th st. s.w. on Tuesday November 3n fit 1 Dm. Rev. Joseph Edwards officiating. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 29* JOSEPH. WALTER R On Saturday. November. 27. 1937. at his residence. 718 12th st ne . WALTER R. JOSEPH the beloved son of William A. and Lydia J. Bowers Funeral services at the W. W. Chambers Co Southeast funeral home. 517 llth st. s.e.. on Tuesday. November 30 at h om. Relatives and friends in vited. Interment private. 30 svirnj, i,< i.i.i i r sluj.. eunoay. November 28. 1937. at hr residence. 4718 Reservoir road v w.. LTLLIAN ALICE KING, beloved wife of the late A. M. King. Funeral services at the George W. Wise Co. funeral home, 290(1 M st. n.w., on Tuesday. November 30. at 2 p.m. Rel atives and friends invited. MACKLE. GEORGE K. On Saturday. November 27. 1937. at Providence Hos pital. GEORGE K MACKLE beloved hus band of Antoinette Mackle. He also leaves to mourn their loss two brothers and two sisters. Remains restin' at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w.. wherp funeral services will be held on Wednesday. Deeember 1 at 1 p.m. Rev. Hezekiah Thompson officiating. Inter ment Hvattstown. Md. Relatives and friends Invited. 30 MATTINGLY. BESSIE GRANT. On Sat urday. November 27. 1937. BESSIE GRANT MATTINGLY, beloved wife of Joseph C. Mattlnelv Fmeral from her late residence. Oxon Hill. Md. on Tuesday. November 30. at P a.m. Requiem mass at St. Ig natius1 Church. Oxon Hill, at 9:30 a.m. Interment church cemetery. MeCASKILL. JAMES. On Sunday. No vember 28. 1937. JAMES MeCASKILL of 1331 O st. n.w He Is survived by a de voted sister, three aunts, three uncles: also other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Malvan A Schey funeral home N. J. ave. and R st. n.w. Notice of funeral to be announced later. MEADE, CAPT. ALFRED PENRHYN. JR., U S A retired. On Sunday. November 28. 1937. at Mount Alto Hospital. Capt. ALFRED PENRHYN MEADE Jr . U. S. A, 'retired', beloved husband of Alice Meade. Notice of funeral later. Services by W. W. Chambers Co. funeral home. NELSON, MARGARET B. On Monday. November 29. 1937. at her residence, 1513 Buchanan st n.w., MARGARET B NELSON (nee Caffrevi. beloved wife of Alexander Nelson and mother of Harold Nelson, Joseph F. Dronev and Margaret Moran. Notice of funeral hereafter. O’NEILL. BRIDGET CECELIA. Sud denly. on Sunday. November 28. 1937. at Sibley Memorial Hospital. BRIDGET CECELIA O’NEILL, beloved daughter of the late James and Elizabeth O Neill and sister of Mrs. A^iie O’Neill Garner and William E O’Neill. Funeral from the resi dence of her sister. Mrs. George A. Gar ner. 9 K st. n.w.. Wednesday. December ' - at 9:30 a.niJ thence to St. Aloysius Church. Where requiem mass will be said at 10 a.m for the repose of her soul. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. Please omit flowers .30 PHILLIPS. NELLIE LUCAS. Departed "iis W? on Sunday. November 28. 1937. NELLIE LUCAS PHILLIPS, wife of the ?ev- .?■ L Phillios devoted mother of Bettie Hawkins and William J. Lucas, motner-in-law of Albert Hawkins and Hattie Lucas She is also survived by a granddaughter, Nellie Lucas, and a host of other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Malvan Jr Schey funeral home. N J. ave. and R st. n.w., until Monday. November 29. at 4 p.m.: thence to her late residence, 45 c st. s.w. Funeral Tuesday. November 30. at 1 n.tn., from First Baptist Church, flth and G sts. s.w.. R?J- R- R Gainey officiating. Relatives and frienas invited. Interment Harmony Cemetery. .BE1™- ERNEST GEORGE WASHING TON. On Sunday. November 28. 1937. at the home of Mr J A. Vernon. Clifton Station. Va.. ERNEST GEORGE WASH INGTON REHM. aged 84 yearVHe is vived by one sister. Mrs. John R. Grace rn Washington. D. C.. and one brother. Mr G A. Rehm of Omaha. Nebr. He was a former member of Washington Infantry from 188i to 1890. Remains resting at the Hall & Cross funeral home. Manassas. Va . until 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. November 30: thereafter at his late home. Clifton Station. Va.. from where services will be held Tuesday. November 30. at 1 pm. Interment Clifton Cemetery. si in. u. on Batura ay. Novem ber 27. 1931. at her residence. 2609 Brentwood rd. n e KATE O. RUTH, the beloved wife of Linford F. Ruth and mother of Frederick. John and Linford guth. lr„ and Mrs. Willard Halstead. Emily N. Ruth. Mrs. Catherine R. Lake and Mary Louise Ruth. Notice of funeral later. Services at the W. W. Chambers Co. 8HECKELS. HELEN C. On Saturday. November 27. 1937. at her residence. 3700 Mass. ave. n.w.. HELEN C. 8HECKELS She is survived by three nieces. Mrs. Conrad B. Doyle of Washington. D. C.; Mrs. Joseph E. Bastion of San Antonio. Tex., and Mts. Joseph D. Eagan of New York City. Serv ices at the above address on Tuesday. No vember 30. at 9:15 a.m.; thence to St. Matthew s Catholic Church where mass will be offered at 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 20 TAYLOR, GEORGIA BUTLER. Departed this life on Friday. November 26. 1937, at her residence. 1316 22nd st. n.w.. GEORGIA BUTUER TAYLOR, loving sister of Mrs. Dena Patrick and sister-in-law of Thomas H. Patrick. Remains resting at Frasier's funeral home 389 R. I. ave. n.w.. until Monday, November 29. at 12 noon: thereafter at her late residence. Funeral Tuesday November 30. at 1 p.m.. from the Nineteenth Street Baptist Church. Interment Arllngton^jational Cemetery. 2ft B0LLIN6 IS SUED IN DEATH OF FRIEND Administrator Files $10,000 Ac tion Against Fredericksburg Man Cleared in Slaying. By the Associated Press. FREDERICKSBURG, Va.. Nov. 29. —A suit for SI 0,000 damages against M. Landon Bolling was filed in Cor poration Court here today by attorneys for J. C. Chichester, administrator of the estate of George M. Carter, who was killed in the Bolling apartment on December 1, 1936. Bolling was indicted for the murder of Carter, his close friend and room mate. but was not brought to trial, the charges having been dismissed last week by Judge Frederick W. Coleman when Commonwealth’s Attorney W. B. F. Cole declined to prosecute the case. Bolling, who spent almost a year in Southwestern State Hospital at Marion for mental examination, was reported as having been ’ insane and incompe tent” when admitted to the hospital on December 11, 10 days after Carter had been stabbed and shot" to death. The report said Bolling had been restored to sanity and he was dis charged from the hospital last Tues day. Bolling has not returned to his home here and his whereabouts could not be learned today. MRS. FREDERICK CHAPIN DIES IN HOSPITAL HERE Widow of Prominent Lawyer Was Native of Georgetown—Fu neral Tomorrow. Mrs. Mary Libbey Chapin, 73, of 1911 R street N. W., widow of Frederick E. Chapin, former prominent lawyer here, died in Garfield Hospital today after a long illness. A native of Georgetown, Mrs. Chapin was a lifelong resident of this city. She was the daughter of the late Joseph E. Libbey, jr., who was in the lumber business here. Surviving are a son. F. J. Chapin, and a brother, Robert Libbey, both of this city, and a daughter, Mrs. William C. Meekins, Hendersonville, N. C. She also leaves three grandchildren. Her husband died in 1923. Funeral services will be held at 3 p.m. tomorrow in Gawler’s chapel, 1756 Pennsylvania avenue N.W. Rev. Dr. Oliver J. Hart, rector of St. John's Episcopal Church, Sixteenth and H streets N.W.. will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Hill Cemetery. Dratlja. TAYLOR, GEORGIA BUTLER. The Elder Ladles' Relief Association announces the death of Mrs. GEORGIA BUTLER TAYLOR Funeral Tuesday. November 30. 1037. at 1 p.m.. from th* Nineteenth Street Baptist Church. ROXIE B. MILLER. President. MRS. MARION 8. LEWIS. Secretary. TAYLOR. GEORGIA BUTLER. All members of Virginia Berry Auxiliary. No. 6. U. S. W. V.. are reauested to attend the funeral of our late sister, GEORG IE BUTLER TAYLOR. Tuesday. November 30. 1937. 1:30 pm., from Nineteenth Street Baptist Church, 19th and I sts n.w. Eva Aliensworth Auxiliary cordially invited. Call meeting of Virginia Berry Auxiliary Monday evening. 8 p.m.. at the residence of Mrs. B. W. Taylor, 1814 T st. n w-. MARIE S. JORDAN. President. S E. ADDELLE. Secretary. . WHALEN. AGNES M. TOY. On Mon day. November 29. 1937. AGNES M TOY WHALEN of 632 C st. s.e.. daughter of Clarence and Margaret Toy. wife of James Whalen. She is also survived by nve sisters, one brother and many other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Malvan A Schey funeral home. N J ave and R st. n.w. Notice of funeral to be announced later. WHITE. CARMEN DONZETTA. Sud denly. on Sunday. November 28. 1937. at 53o8 Hayes st. n.e.. the residence of her grandmother. Mrs. Marla F. White. CAR MEN DONZETTA WHITE, beloved daugh ter of W. Am rose and Muriel A. White. Two aunts. Mrs. R. W. Wilson and Miss Julia E. White, and other relatives also survive her. Notice of funeral hereafter. • WRIGHT, ESTELLE. On Sunday. No vember 2b. 1937. at Gallinger Hospital. ESTELLE WRIGHT, beloved mother of William Wright, loving sister of George DeWift- Charles King. Mrs. Alice Moore. Mrs. Ida Nichols. Mrs. Anna Harris. Other relatives and many friends also survive. Interment Winston-Salem. N. C. WRIGHT, MARTHA. On Saturday. No vember 27. 1937. at the residence of her son. 996 27th st. n w,. MARTHA WRIGHT, mother of William and Richard Wright. Also surviving are a loving mother, five sisters, one brother and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at Henry S. Washington A Sons’ funeral home, 467 N st. n.w Notice of funeral later. • WRIGHT, ROBERT. Departed this life Friday. November 26. 1937. in Freedmen’s Hospital after a brief illness. ROBERT WRIGHT, the beloved husband of the late Frances Wright. He leaves to mourn their low five daughters. Mildred Mills. Alberta Wright. Annie Jenkins. Bessie Ridley and Frances rranklin' four sons. Robert, ir.: Herbert. Ellis and Adron. and twenty grandchildren. Remains resting with L. E Murray A Son. 12th and V sts. n.w., until 3 p.m. Sunday; thence to the resi dence of Ellis Wright. 1404 Swan st. n.w. Funeral Tuesday. November 30. at 1:30 p m., from the Friendship Baptist Church. Rev. Whittine officiating. Interment in Oxon Hill. Md. 29 jtn Humnriam. FARLEY. ALBERT J. Sacred to the memory of our devoted husband and fa ther, ALBERT J. FARLEY, who entered into eternal rest two years ago, Novem ber 28. 1B35. * God is good. He gives us strength To bear our heavy cross: He is the only one who knows How bitter is our loss. Our thoughts of you will never fade, When all the years have flown; Your memory as the highest star Will alwavs light our home. HIS DEVOTED FAMILY. • MeCOY, EDWARD L. In loving mem ory of our dear son. EDWARD L. MeCOY. who left us four years ago today, Novem ber 29. 1933. Thoughts return to scenes long past. Time rolls on. but memory lasts. LOVINGLY. MAMMA AND PAPA. * SCOTT. MRS. GERTRUDE VROOMAN. In loving remembrance of our darling daughter. Mrs. GERTRUDE VROOMAN 6COTT. who departed this life November 29, 1927. Gone, but not forgotten. HER DEVOTED PARENTS. MR. AND MRS. FORREST F. VROOMAN. • WRENN, WILLIAM C. In sad but lov ing remembrance of my dear brother. WILLIAM C. WfRENN. who departed this life two years ago today. November 29. 1935. SISTER MARY. • ZUSCHNITT, FREDERICK P. In sad put loving remembrance of my dear hus band. FREDERICK P. ZUSCHNITT. who departed this life four years ago today, November 29, 1933. When days are dark and friends are few, Dear husband, how I miss you. There may be friends who may be true. But I lost pH when I lost you. The blow Was hard, the shock severe, Inever thought your death «o near. Only those who have lost can tell The pain of parting without farewell. HIS DEVOTED WIFE, KATIE ZUSCHNITT. a ZUSCHNITT. FREDERICK P. Departed this life four years ago today, November 29. 1933. Sweet h» thy rest and peaceful thy sleep ing. God's way is best, thou art in His keening. LOVING BROTHER AND SIFTERS. • 1 Cedar Hill | Washington's Most | Beautiful Cemetery I NO CONNECTION WITH I NOR INTEREST IN ANY | OTHER CEMETERY I UNDER THE SAME MAN H AGEMENT FOR THE PAST $ TWENTY-ONE YEARS 1 + * FRANCIS REYNOLDS RITES TOMORROW Services to Be Held in New Jersey for Former Reference Chief at Library Here. By the Associated Press. SHREWSBURY, N. J„ Nov. 29.— Funeral services will be held here to morrow for Francis Joseph Reynolds, 70, former reference librarian of the Congressional Library, Washington, editor and one-time Harvard football player. Ill for a long period, Mr. Reynolds died Saturday at the home of a daughter. He was born in Montgomery, Ala., received his early education in France and Oermany and was graduated from Harvard in 1888. From 1899 until 1917 he served the Congressional Library. For the next 18 years he was book editor for P. F. Collier & Son, publishers, and at his death was head of the Readers’ Research Bureau of the Crowell Publishing Co. ' ■■■ • SIDNEY HALL HEADS SCHOOL EXECUTIVES Other Officefa Also Are Elected at Closing: Session of State Superintendents. Sidney Hall of Richmond was elected president of the State Superin tendents of Schools at the closing ses sion of their annual convention at the Raleigh Hotel last night. He succeeds Dr. Ernest W. Butterfield, Hartford, Conn. H. E. Hendrix, Phoenix. Ariz., was elected vice president, and Mrs. Inez Johnson Lewis. Denver, secretary. Elected to the Executive Committee were M D. Collins. Atlanta: W. W. Trent, Charleston, W. Va.; Bertram Packard, Augusta, Me.; Eugene Elliott, Lansing, Mich.: Floyd MacMurray, Indianapolis, and Frances L. Bailey, Montpelier, Vt. -» .... Reserve Member to Speak. "The Federal Reserve Bank Sys tem" will be the subject of an address by M. S. Szymczak, member of the Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, before the Engineer Chapter of the Reserve Officers’ As sociation, at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Mayflower Hotel. Col. Fred B. Ryons, chapter president, will preside. Curious BABY TRIES OUT POISON TABLETS. JO ANNE TRICE. A little pile of tablets—an antacid when taken in small quantities, but poisonous otherwise—on the table in the kitchen of her home intrigued 3o Anne. Perhaps the 13-month-old girl thought they looked like something sweet, or maybe she just wanted to find out for herself how they tasted. At any rate, she picked up a handful of the tablets and tried them. Before she could satisfy her curiosity, how ever. her mother, Mrs. Paul Trice, interrupted her. She was taken to Gallinger Hospital, where physicians said no harm had been done. The Trices live at 1129 Chicago street 6.E. —Star Staff Photo. SCALDING FATAL Miss Bridget C. O'Neil, 78. of 200 Massachusetts avenue N.W., died last night in Sibley Hospital, where she was taken Thanksgiving Day after being scalded while bathing at her home. An autopsy was to be held by Coro ner A. Magruder MacDonald today to determine the cause of her death. Miss O'Neil, a retired Government employe, had been under the care of a private physician prior to being scalded. WALTERS FUNERAL - SERVICES TODAY Interior Department Closes in Re spect to Memory of First Assistant Secretary. The Interior Department was closed from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. today out of respect to the memory of Theodore A. Walters. 61, the department's First Assistant Secretary, for whom services were held at 11 o’clock this morning in Hines funeral home, 2901 Four teenth street NW. Rev. Dr. Rufus W. Weaver, execu tive secretary of the District of Co lumbia Baptist Convention and former pastor of the First Baptist Church, officiated. . Mr. Walters had been First Assist ant Secretary of the Interior since 1933, coming here from Caldwell, Idaho, where he had been a promi nent lawyer and active in politics. He was Democratic State Central Committee chairman for Idaho from 1928 to 1933; was Democratic candi date for Governor of the State in 1920; was a member of the Idaho State Board of Education from 1914 to 1917, and was attorney general of Idaho from the latter year to 1920. Mr. Walters lived in the Roosevelt Hotel. His death Saturday was due to pneumonia which developed following an operation last Wednesday for a gall bladder condition. -• DEATHS REPORTED Julia G. M. Grotty, 75, Homeopathic Hos pital. William J. Mullin. 74, Gallinger Hospital. Lennox Miles. 66. Georgetown University Hospital. Louis Hazard. 65 66 New York ave. Tillie Lawson, 69. Sibley Hospital. Helen L. Sheridan, 68. Home lor Aged and I Infirm. Stella M. D Prandy. 52. 1900 F st. Lester Walker. 49. Gallinger Hospital. Thomas M. Strumb. 37. 676 4th st. n.e. Claude E 8tark. 42. 512 C st. n.e. Jess R. Birch. 37. Casualty Hospital. Carrie Davis. 74. 506 Rhode Island ave. James Cain. 67. 1817 13th st. Jeremiah Diggs. 65. Gallinger Hospital. John F. Lotan. 64. 1218 48th st. n.e. Frank Green. 61. 1522 26th st. David Hall. 58 Home for Aged and Infirm. Earl Frisby, 43. Casualty Hospital Harrison P. Mosby. 42_, 2922 Sherman ave. William W. Duncan, 39. Walter Reed Hos pital. Walter Murray, 31. 344 Independence ave. s.w. Scaslie Parker. 26. Gallinger Hospital. Thurman Chaim. 24, Casualty Hospital. Wilhelmina Lee. 23 Gallinger Hospital. Elizabeth Wilson. 20. Gallinger Hospital. Infant of Vtrtie Jeffries. 40»2 G pi n.e. Infant of Hattie Burroughs. Freedmen’s Hospital. Infant of Annie Lewis, Freed men* Hos pital. MISS HELEN SHECKELS DIES OF HEART ATTACK Was Active in Charitable Enter prises—Funeral Will Be Held Tomorrow. Miss Helen C. Sheckels. native Washingtonian and long active here in charitable enterprises, died Satur day of a heart attack at her home in the Alban Towers Apartments, 3700 Massachusetts avenue NW. She would have been 86 December 10. Funeral services will be held at 10 a m. tomorrow in St. Matthew’s Cath olic Church. Burial will be in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Miss Sheckels was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Theodore F. Sheckels. She was a member of the boards of Providence Hospital, the Catholic Home for the Aged and St. Joseph's Home and School. Three nieces are her nearest sur vivors. They are Mrs. Conrad Doyle, this city: Mrs. Joseph E. Bastion, wife of Col. Bastion, stationed at San An tonio, Tex., and Mrs. Joseph D. Eagan, New York. -• DR. RUHLAND TO SPEAK Dr. George C. Ruhland, District health officer, will discuss sanitary regulations affecting restaurants at a meeting of the Washington Restaur ant Association tonight at the S. <fe W. Cafeteria, Fifteenth and G streets N.W. Julius Lulley, chariman of the Pro gram Committee of the regional res taurant convention to be held here December 6, 7 and 8, will outline final plans for the convention, which is ex pected to draw more than 1,000 res tauranteurs from the Eastern part of the United States. BIRTHS REPORTED Sam and Billie Duggan, girl James and Wilhelmtna Proctor, boy. Paul and Wnrdna Thrift, girl. James and Virginia Brightwell. boy. Joseph and Ruth McCauley girl. Lewis and Virginia Smith, boy Charles and Antoinette Wentaell. girl. Kerman and Alma Knoppel. boy. Jacob and Alice Forsythe, boy. Oilbert and Edith Brezler. hoy. Robert and Reba Thayer boy Chester and Mary Mundie. boy. Paul and Mary Honor, boy Horace and Mattie Schwier. boy. Everett and Pearl Gerwig girl Raymond and Grudrun O'Brien, boy. John and Louise Harrison, girl Malcolm and Mary Luebkert. girl. Robert and Anna Murray, bov. Richard and Lottie Robey girl. Austin and Lorayne Frost, boy and girl. William and Lucille Moor. Jr., girl. Andrew and Madaline Healy, girl, wi lam and Frances Foley, girl. % William and Josepnine Walker, boy. w n?rd and Virginia Stanford, girl. William and Hazel Travers, girl. Carl and Rose Kirkley. boy. Charles and Mary Bowman, boy. Mary Shrpherd. girl. an<l Y,r«>nia Barker, boy. iSffJ! and Mary Murchake. boy. william and Nancy Walker, boy. Joseph and Annie Lewis, boy. S?jyard al>d Bernice Davis, boy. Walter and Ethel Moody, boy. Eugene and Ethel Roberson, boy. nK?iC,OC ®nd Selena Atcherson. girl. Philip and Lueretia Ben, boy. Hugey and Ida Joyner girl. David and Georgians Miller, boy. FLOWERS oupomt emeu ho. rooo % DOCTORS RECOMMEND Chambeti AMBULANCES any place J in the city Phone Columbia 0432 On* ml the t.*rce>t Cndert*k*r* in the Wnrld. You’ll be Amazed at De Soto’s Luxury Now Priced Just Above the Lowest! Here’s our story in a nutshell: smart car—smart buy! Isn’t that just what you’re looking for? This great new De Soto gives you so much more for so little more! 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