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BCTLFR. JOSEPH H. The family of thg
late JOSEPH H BUTLER acknowledges
with grateful appreciation the many acts
of kindness during his illness and the
beautiful expressions of sympathy and
floral tributes at his death
THE FAMILY.
Qratfya
ANDERSON. MATTHEW. On Friday.
March 3. 1930. at the home for the Aged
and Infirm. MATTHEW ANDERSON, brother
of Mrs. Fannie Smith He also us survived
by two grandchildren Dorothy Clark and
Gladys Anderson: a devoted sister-in-law.
Mrs. Emmt Keith; many o-ther relatives
and friends.
Remains resting 'at Frazier’s funeral
home. 389 Rhode Island ave. n w.. where
funeral services will be h“ld on Tuesday.
March 7, at 1 n m.. Rev E. C Smith of
ficiating. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Harmony Cemetery.
ATHERTON. ELLEN R. On Monday.
March 0 1939. at Garfield Hospital ELLEN
R ATHERTON. Remains resting at W. W.
Chambers Co. funeral home. 1400 Chapin
at. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
BALLARD. GRACE ANNE. On Sunday,
March 5. 1939. at 1701 Swann st. n.w.,
GRACE ANNE BALLARD, beloved mother
of Mrs Gertrude B Mathiot. Miss Mariam
Frank Ballard and Walter E. Ballard, all cf
Washington. D. C.. and Ralph K. Ballard
of Kingston. N. Y.
Services at Hvsone’s funeral parlor. 1300
N st. n w . on Wednesday. March 8. at 2
D m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 7
BAXTER. JOHN S. On Saturday. March
4 1939. at Leeds town. Va.. JOHN S. BAX
TER beloved husband of Margaret Ann
Baxter
Funeral from his late residence Tuesday.
March 7. at 1 D.m. Interment Oak Grove.
Va
BE ALU JAMES A. On Sunday. March 5. 1
1939. at his residence. 2234 Nichols ave. ,
s.e. JAMES A BEALL, aged ST. beloved !
husband of the late Mary Virginia B*»all j
and father of Clayton. Ralph J and Effie
V Beall.
Funeral from the above residence on
Wednesday. March s. at 8:30 am: thence
to St. Theresa's Catholic Church. 1.3th and
V sts. s.e.. where hieh mass will be offered
at P a m. for the repose of his soul. Rela
tives and friends invited Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 7
BECKERT. GEORGE J. On Saturday.
March 4. 1939. at St. Petersburg. Fla.
OEORGE J BECKERT. beloved husband
of Bessie L. Beckert (nee Bean* and father
of Frank T and George E Beckert.
Funeral from 534 Madison st. n w.. on
Wednesday. March .8. at 8:30 a.m. Re
quiem mass a’ the Church of the Nativity
at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited to
attend. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 7
BERRY. JUDGE A. MOORE. On Satur
day. March 4. 1939. Judge A. MOORE
BERRY, beloved father of Ralph \V. Berry
of 7005 Meadow lane. Chevy Chase. Md.
Services at the Warner E. Pumphrev fu
neral home. 8434 Georgia ave. Silver
Spring. Md., on Tuesday. March 7. at 4
p.m. Interment private. 7
BIGELOW. WILI.ARD DELL. On Mon
day March 6 19.39. at Emergency Hos
pital after a long illness. WILLARD DELL
BIGELOW’, husband of Nancy Nesbit Bige
low and father of May T. Bigelow and Mrs.
Jessie B. Martin.
Services at the residence of his niece
and nephew. Mr and Mrs. Edgar N. Braw
ner. 2830 44th st. n w.. on Tuesday. March
7. at 10:30 a.m. Friends invited. Inter
ment private.
CAMPBELL. ROSCOF C. Suddenly, on
Sunday. March 5. 1939. at his residence.
1200 Hemlock st. n w.. ROSCOE C. CAMP
BELL. the beloved husband of the late
Laura Hill Campbell and father of Ralph
H. Campbell and brother of Miss Emma
C. Campbell of Williamsport. Pa.
Funeral services at the above residence
on Tuesday. March 7. at 8 p.m. Rela
tives and friends are invited. Interment
Williamsport. Pa., on March 8. Services
by the W. W. Chambers Co.
CHEATLEY. WILLIAM PATTERSON. On
day. March 4. 1939. WILLIAM PAT
ON CHEATLEY. beloved husband of
Bertha Cheatley Friends invited to call at
Gawler’s. 1750 Pa ave. n w.
Services at Gawler’s chapel. 1750 Pa. ave.
n w . on Tuesday. March 7. at 10:30 a.m.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
COX. BESSIE V. On Sunday. March 5.
1939. at the Homeoparhic Hospital. BESSIE
y. COX of 3112 12th st. South Arlington.
Va beloved wife of Clifford L\ Cox
Funeral services at the above-named
residence on Tuesday. March 7. at 2 p.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
CRAFT, MARY. Entered into eternal
life on Saturday. March 4. 1939. at her
residence. 715 14th st. s.e , MARY CRAFI\
beloved wife of Max Craft.
Funeral services at her late residence on
Tuesday. March 7. at 11 a.m. Relatives
end friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery.
CRAYCROFT. ROBERT LEE. On Sun
day. March 5. 3 939. at his home. Aauasco.
Md ROBERT LEE CRAYCROFT. He is
survived by his two daughters. Mrs. Robprt
B. Carney of Washington. D C . and Mrs.
Harriss Lintner of Aauasco. Md
Funeral services at St. Mary’s Chapel.
Aauasco. Md.. on Tuesday. March 7. at
ll a m.
CURTISS. GLEN E. Or. Monday. March
8. 1939. at his. home. 702 Dorset ave . Ken
wood. Md.. GLEN E CURTISS, beloved hus
band of Zettie Curry Curtiss.
Notice of funeral later.
DAVID. REBECCA BEHREND. On Sun
day March 5. 1939. at her residence.
2834 27th st. n w . REBECCA BEHREND
DAVID, beloved wife of Levi H. David and
devoted mother of Alan B. and Mitchel
M. David.
Funeral services at the Bernard Danzan
fky <fc Son funeral home. 3501 14th st.
n.w . on Tuesday. March 7. at in a.m In
terment Washington Hebrew Congregation
Cemetery.
DE NEALE. JULIA ELIZABETH. On
Saturday. March 4. 1939. at her resid ’nee.
1507 Decatur st n w . JULIA ELIZABETH
DE NEALE, wife of the late George S. De
Neale and beloved mother of George C.
and Stanlev De Neale
Remains resting at the Lee funeral home.
4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. until 9:30 a m.
Tuesday. March 7; ‘hence to Sacred Heart
Catholic Church. 19th st. and Park road
r..w . where mass will be offered at 10 a m.
for the repose of her soul. Relatives and
friends Invited. Interment Congressional
Cemetery Kindly omit flowers.
DONOHUE. MATTHEW. Suddenly, on
Sunday. March 5. 1939, at the residence
of his niece. Mrs. Della Holt. 17(18 D st.
ft. MATTHEW DONOHUE, brother of the
late Mrs. Cecelia Patterson.
Funeral from the above residence on
Y/ednesday. March s. at 8:30 a m.; thence
to Holy Comforter Church, where mass will
te offered at 9 a m. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery
DORSEY, GLADYS H. On Sunday.
March 5. 1939. at her residence. 30*11
South lrith st.. Arlington. Va.. GLADYS
H. DORSEY, beloved wife of James A.
Dorsey and daughter of J. L and the late
Ludie D Humston
Remains resting at the above address
until Tuesday. March 7 at 1*: noon: thence
to the Baptist Church. Berryville. Va..
where funeral services will be held at 2 p m.
Interment Mount Hebron Cemetery. Win
chester. Va
FRISSELL. ALICE J Entered into eter
nal rest on Mouda.v. March 0. 1939. at the
Home of Incurables. ALICE J FRISSELL
(nee Cole', wife of Harry L Frissell
Funeral services at the W W Chambers
Co. funeral home. 517 11th st. st, on
Wednesday. March 8. at 2 pm Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Fort Lin
#oln Cemetery. 7
GALLOWAY, MARA*. On Friday. March
3 1939. at her residence 004 North Ran
dolph st.. Ballstotl. Va.. MARA' GALLOWAY,
beloved wife of Rev. Harrison Gallowav,
mother of Daniel and Lewis Gallowav.
Other relatives and friends also survive
Remains resting at the John T Rhines
& Co. funeral chapel. 3rd and Eve sis s w
Funeral Tuesday. March 7. ai I :3o p m '
from Mount Lebanon Baptist Church. 814
25th st. fl.w. Interment Paynes Cem
etery (j
GARNER, JAMES R. On Sunday. March
5. 1939. at Gallinger Hospital. JAMES R
GARNER, husband of the late Mary C
Garner and father of Mrs Rosa Jarkson
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by
McGuire. •
GAYDEN, WILLIAM. Departed this life
cm Saturday. March 4. at the Mount
Alto Hospital. WILLIAM GAYDEN. husband
of Beatrice Gayden. He also is survived
by other relatives and friends. Remains
resting at the funeral home of Alex, s
Pope. 315 15th st. s e.
Funeral Tuesday. March 7. at 1:30 Dm.
from the above funeral home. Interment
at Arlington National Cemetery. •
GOUMAS. ANDROMAHI On Sunday.
March 5. 10.30. at her residence. 2004 I st
n.w., ANDROMAHI GOUMAS. the beloved
wife of Peter M. C.oumas and mother of
Marcus P. and Nicholas P, Goumas and
sister of Ourania. Katirina. Gust. Nina and
the Rev. John Papanicolaou Remains rest
ing at the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral
home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.
Notice of funeral later
GRAVES. MARY. Departed this life
on Saturday. March 4. 1030. at Glenn
Dale Sanitarium. MARY GRAVES, devoted
wife of Carl Graves, beloved daughter of
Laura and Edward Gant, mother of Kosptta
Graves. She also leaves three aunts Elea
nore Frazier. Ollip Johnson and Annie Pink
ney: one niece. Helen Hudson: other rela
tives anti friends Remains resting at Eu
fene Ford's funeral home. 1.300 South Cap
tol st.. until 4 p.m. Monday. March ti
thence to 1032 I2th st. s.e.
Funeral Tuesday. March 7. at 1 p m
from the St. Matthews Baptist Church'.
N. J. ave. and L st. s.e. Interment Payne s
Cemetery. B
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HANDY. JOAN ELINOR. On Saturday.
March 4. 1930. at Garfield Hospital. JOA*T
ELINOR HANDY, beloved daughter of
.Charles W and Ruth Stringer Handy and
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry E.
8tringer.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Tuesday.
March 7. at 10 a.m Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. 6
HATTON. WILLIAM HENRY. On Mon
day. March «. 1939. at OaUinger Hospital.
WILLIAM HENRY HATTON. Remains rest
ing at Frazier's funeral home. 380 Rhode
Island ave. n.w.
Notice of funeral later. 7
HUGHES. WILLIAM. Departed this life
Sunday. March ft. 1039. at his residence.
9-A M st. s.w.. WILLIAM HUGHES, beloved
s?n of the late Sam and Sarah Ann Hughes
ol Charles County. Maryland; brother of
Joh,n Hughes, who worked in
white s Foundry. He also leaves to mourn
their loss a devoted wife. Lucy Hughes; two
great-neohews and a host of friends.
I have lost a life companion.
A life linked with my own;
And day by day I will miss him
As I walk through life alone.
Funeral to be held Wednesday. March 8.
at 1 pm., from Barnes A Matthews’ fu
neral home. 014 4th st. s.w. 7
JACKLEY, WILLIAM C. On Saturday.
Matxn f. 1930. at Homeopathic Hospital. 1
WILLIAM C. JACKLEY. the beloved hus
of Emma E. Jackley and father of
William A.. Mrs. Vera M. Durloo. Howard
H and Alfred J Jackley and grandfather
of Irvin and Jo Anne Gladhill.
Mineral services at his late residence.
3,01 South 1 Oth st.. Arlington. Va.. on
Tuesday. March at 2 p in. Relatives and
friends are invited. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery. Services by the W. W. Cham
bers Co.
JACKLEY. WILLIAM C. A special com
munication of Lebanon Lodge. No. 7. F A.
A. M . is hereby called for Tuesday. March
*• Jh.'t.t. at J7:.'U) noon, at Masonic Temple,
to conduct Masonic services for the late
Brother WILLIAM C. JACKLEY. Frankton
Lodge. No. r,07. Frankton. Ind
FRED A. MINNIGH. Master.
JAMESj MARY LOUSE. Departed this
me on Sunday. March 5. lJUJi. at her resi
dence. loot; 7th st. n.e . MARY LOUISE
JAMES, beloved wife of the late Louis
James, devoted and loving mother of Lester
James. Ethel L. White. Eunice Roots. Edna
Brunder. Louis James. 1r : devoted mother
in-iau of Wilfred Brunder of New York
cn>. grandmother of Constance White Fe
licia MaPu. Bernadine. Edith. Ethel. Marie.
Ire.ne E(iots «reat-grandmother
!?H*fU4netie *delm. Many other rel
a Pn 1?sur,Vl\p- Remains resting
?!iQ»friraZ15r s funeral home. J8!> Rhode
iilai;d u w.. until 4 p.m. Tuesday.
Maich < ■ thence to iier late residence
a nT1111?°u W'ednesdav. March 8. at 8:JO
fiftiV t!i1?,? lAe ab.ovp residence: thence to
Hoh Name Church. 11th and K sts. ne,
fni Ih/rqiilem “las* viii be said at !» a m.
cofnlM,»mo,0‘st; ^ lH*r soul- Interment Lin
coln Memorial Cemetery. 7
T.HOMAs I- Suddenly, on
fvi? V ,Mar<,h, ■1' THOMAS J. KEAT
fbf.0Ved.lli:sban<1 of Marv E- Keating
and father of Beatrice. Dorothy ana \vil
liam Keating. Remains may be seen at the
late residence. lent :r>th st. n.w . alter
P.m. Monday. March 0.
ra^*»fr01.n above address on
Tuesday. March 7. at 8 4."> a m., thence
to Holv Trinity Church, where mass will
oe said at 0:1 o. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 0
.. *ELLY' SUSAN DOYI.E. On Saturday.
March 4. at Georgetown University
Hospital. SUSAN DOYLE KELLY, widow of
the late Mu'hael Kelly Remains resting
at her late residence. J405 Macomb st. n w.
Funeral Tuesday. March 7. at 1) am.
from St. Thomas Apostle's Church. Inter
ment Mount Olivet Cemetery <>
n i JA>L. On Monday. March
isun. at her home. 171!) Newton st
hTv ;/ANJE L LEHMAN (nee Padgett),
beloved wife of the late Horace E. Lehman,
r e ls survived by two daughters. Mrs
Louise French of Baltimore. Md.. and Mrs'
Harriet HoJme.s of Washington. D. C\: also
on? brother. Harry M Padgett
h«mineri®*1i se,ryiwes at the Padgett funeral
E?1™. 1-U 11th st. s.p„ on Wednesday.
Marc-n s. at •. pm. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 7
LINDSAY. HARRY A. Suddenlv. on
Saturday. March 4. at his residence.
u'V* D?U^las. st n.e.. HARRY A LINDSAY,
beloved husband of Myra S Lindsay and
father of Mrs. James B Horning. Mrs.
Hugh D. Reading and Rich A Lindsay.
Services at the S. H Hines Co funeral
homiv •.uni nth st nw. on Tuesday.
Maicn at 11 a.m. Interment Pine Creek
Cemetery. Md
LINDSAY. HARRY A. La Fayette Lodee.
/•) ^°- J51 ■ will hold a special com
/A\ munication Tuesday. March 7.
^/-A\ at a m . at the Ma
7pmoIp- the nuroose
condi.ciing the Masonic burial
' 5pFvicp for our late brother.
^ ' HARRY A. LINDSAY
ARTHUR B THATCHER. W. M.
LOCKETT, GLORIA. Departed this life
Monday March 1at Galhneer Hos
pital GLORIA LUCKETT She leaves a
toother- Mareuente Davis: grandfather.
Floyd Daniels; three aunts, two uncles,
foster parents. Oscar and Lizzie Williams;
a foster sister. Elizabeth Davis.
Notice of funeral later Arrangements
by Eugene Ford's branch office. Fia
ave. n.w.
MACGREGOR. FLORENCE ELLEN. On
*Marcl1 1at her residence .
st- n.w.. FLORENCE ELLEN
MacGREGOR. wife of the ia%e John .‘•'ranch
MacGregor.
Funeral services at All Sair.-s’ Episcopal
Church. Chevy Chase Circle n.w.. on Wed
nesday March S. at Z p.m. Interment
Beltsville. Md. • ~
McCLKLLEN. EDNA. On Tuesday. Feb
ruary i.N lit.ill. at the Home for the Ased
and Infirm EDNA McCLELLEN. sister of
Frances Watson.
Funeral Tuesday. March 7 at fi p.m..
from the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church,
14 i': You st. n.w . Rev. Monroe offlciatina.
Interment Payne s Cemetery. ti
MCCORMICK. ANN FRANCES On Sun
day March 5. 1 9.39. a: her residence ♦>.'>0
B st. s.e.. ANN FRANCES McCORMICK.
beloved daughter of the late Michael and
Ann Cavanaugh McCormick.
Funeral from the above residence on
Tuesday, March 7. at N:.30 a.m ; thence to
St »Peter’s Church, where mass will be
offered at 9 a.m Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery.
MERGNER. AGN£S V. On Sunday.
March o. 19.39. AGNES V MERGNER. be- >
loved wife of Frederick C Merener
Funeral from the chapel of Frank Geier’s
Soils Co . 1 11 -3 7th st. n.w . on Wednesday, i
March S. at 9 a m. Reauiem mass at St. !
Mary s Church at 9:.30 a.m. Funeral and i
interment private. 7
NEUMEYER. MARGARET W. On Sun- '
dav. March 5. 19.39. at the residence of '
her daughter. Mrs. Adelaide Brown. 1
Bryant st. n.w.. MARGARET W. NEU
MEYER • (former! v LawrensonL beloved
wife of the late Richard Neumever and be
loved mother of Adelaide Brown. Robert J.
Raymond M. and Richard C. Lawrenson.
Remains resting at the Lee funeral home.
4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e where services
will be held on Tuesday March 7. at 11
a.m. Relatives and friends invited to at
tend. Interment Glenwood Cemetery.
O’NEAI.F.. J.AMF.s T. Suddenly, on Sun
day. March 5. 19.39. JAMES T. O’NEALE
of 3loo Conn ave. n.w . beloved husband
of Edna M. O'Neale. He also is survived
bv his mol her. Edna H. Lvddane: one
brother. William C. O'Neale; one sister.
Elizabeth J. Weitzel.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home 2901 14 th st. n.w., on Tuesday.
March ,. at 9:.3() a.m.: thence to St. Thomas
Apostle Catholic Church, where mass will
be offered at 10 a.m. Interment Oak Hill
Cemetery.
PAYTON. MARY LOU. Entered Into
eternal rest Friday. March 3. 19.39. MARY
LOU PAYTON of 22o K st. n.w.. devoted
wne of William Payton, mother of Chris
tine Taylor and LaVerne Payton, sister of
Minnie L. King. Other relatives and friends
also survive. Remains resting at her late
residence Monday March o. at 11 a.m.
Funeral services will be held Tuesday.
March 7. at 2 p.m.. at the Israel Baptist
Church. 11 th and G sts. n.e. Interment
Lincoln Cemetery. Arrangements by Ruth
Dabney & Co.
_ PHILL.IPS. BELLE. On Sunday. March
at Freedmen's Hospital. BELLE
PHILLIPS of .3027 11th st. n.w., beloved
daughter of Mrs. Kate and the late Mans
field McClelland: loving mother of Mrs.
Kathleen Williams of Washington. D. C.:
Clarence and Gilliam McClure of Indian
apolis. Ind.: devoted sister of Mesdames
Nettie, Mitchell. Evelyn Harper. Eth^l
Thomas and Josh McClure. She also is
survived by other relatives and friends.
Remains resting at the John T. Rhines
funeral chapel. .3rd and Eye sts. s.w„ where
funeral services will be held on Wednesday.
March H. at 11 a.m. Interment Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery. Rev. Walter Brooks
officiating. 7
REA. EMMA C. On Sunday. March ?>.
1030. at her resilience. 3000 Ingomar st.
n.w., EMMA C. REA. widow of the late
Thomas P. Rea. mother of Mrs. William T.
Ballard. Mrs. Helen L. Marble and Mrs.
Alice R. Howard.
Funeral services on Tuesday. March 7.
at 2 P.m.. at Hvsone’s funeral home. 1300
N st. n.w. Interment Rock Creek Cem
etery.
RECTOR. CLARENCE H. Suddenly, on
Friday. March 3. 1030. at St. Petersburg.
Fla.. CLARENCE H. RECTOR, beloved hus
band of Minnie Nelson Rector and father
of Clinton Rector of New York City and
Nelson H. Rector of Jacksonville. Miss.
Services and interment at Middleburg.
Va . on Tuesday. March 7. at 12:30 p.m.
Arrangements b.v DeMalne’s funeral home.
RICHARDS. FRED. On Friday. March
3. 1330. at his residence. 4000 13th st.
n.w.. FRED RICHARDS, beloved husband
of Alice Richards. ,
Services at the T. Frank Murray fu
neral home. 741 11th st. s.e.. on Tuesday.
March 7. at 3 p.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment National Capitol Me
morial Park Cemetery.
SCHELIN. OLOF. On Sunday. Match B.
19.39. OLOF SCHELIN. beloved husband of
Mary A. Schelln tnee Walsh)
Funeral from the residence of his son.
41 OS loth st. n.e.. Tuesday. March 7. at
2 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
STURTEVANT. HARRY R. On Sunday.
March 5. 1930. at his residence. 2.">00 North
Capitol st.. HARRY R. STURTEVANT. be
loved husband of Grace Sturievant.
Remains resting at the Lee funeral home.
4th st. and Mass, ave lie., where services
will be held on Tuesday. March 7. at 2
p m. Relatives and friends invited. Inter
ment private. Kindly omit flowers.
STURTEVANT. HARRY R. Members of
§ Columbia Lodge. No. 10. I O. O. F .
are requested to attend the funeral
of P. G. HARRY R. STURTEVANT
of American Lodge. No. 32, I. O. O. F .
of Albany. N. Y.. from Lee’s funeral
parlors. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n e
at 2 p.m. Tuesday. March 7. 1039.
F F. BALL. Noble Grand.
WM. A. HUTCHESON. Rec. Sec y. •
SYKES. LOTTIE E. On Sunday. March
5. 1039. at Media Farm. Charles Town. W.
Va . LOTTIE E. SYKES, the beloved mother
of Mrs. Miriam Sykes Stephenson. Remains
resting at the W. W. Chambers Co. funeral
home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
Roscoe C. Campbell
Funeral Tomorrow
Roscoe C. Campbell, 72, retired
chief statistician, Bureau of Ac
counts of the Interstate Commerce
Commission, died yesterday at his
home, 1206 Hemlock street N.W.,
after a short illness.
A native of Cobelskill, N. Y., Mr.
Campbell went to work for the com
mission 32 years ago and retired two
years ago. He was a member of the
Washington Centennial Lodge of
Masons and- the Third Church of
Christ Scientist.
He is survived by a son, Ralph H.
Campbell, local realtor and execu
tive secretary of the Columbia Poly
technic Institute for the Blind; a
sister, Miss Emma C. Campbell,
member of the editorial staff of the
Williamsport (Pa.) Sun, and a
granddaughter. Miss Christie
Pitcher, of this city.
Funeral services will be held at 8
p.m. tomorrow at the residence. Bur
ial will be in Williamsport.
Row Delays New Harbor
Labor troubles have delayed con
struction of the new deep-water
harbor at Port of Spain, Trinidad,
more than a year.
DratljH
TOLSON. ERNEST On Friday. March
3. 1 !»:<!•. at Glenn Dale Md . ERNEST
TOLSON loving son of Earnest and the late
Gertrude Tolson loving brother of Elsie and
Mack ToVson. Other relatives and friends
also survive. Remains resting at the John
T Rhines & Co funeral parlors. 3rd and
Eye sts. s.w.. until Tuesday, March 7 at
3 p.m.: thence to his late residence. 1050
South Capitol st
Funeral Wednesday March 8. at f) a m.,
from St. Vincent De Paul Church. South
Capitol and M sts. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery. 4.5,7
TRI MBLE. KATF F. On Monday. March
0. 1030, at her residence. 407 South Caro
lina ave. s.e.. KATE E TRUMBLE. beloved
wile of the late Delmar M. Trumble and
mother of Milton M. Trumble and sister
of Mrs. C E Stant and Mrs. Annie Roland
and Mr C. W. Vanderslice
Remains resting at the Lee funeral home.
4th st. and Mass, ave n.e.. where services
will be held on Wednesday. March 8. at
~:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Oak Hill Cemetery. 7
_ WATTS, LKANDER C. On Sunday. March
o. 103!*. at Walter Reed Hospital. LEAN
DER C. WATTS the beloved father of Mrs.
Florence A. Walton of Lanham. Md.. Mrs.
Thelma Hawkins and George R Watts.
Remains resting at the W. W. Chambers
Co funeral home. 14oo Chapin st. n w.
Funeral services in Fort Myer Chanel.
Fort Myer. Va . on Wednesday. March 8.
at 11 a m. Relatives and friends muted.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 7
_ WEAVER. 1IARRY P. On Sunday. March
.». 1030. at his residence. 175b D st n.e.,
HARRY P. WEAVER, formerly of Mitchells
ville. Md.. beloved husband of Augusta M.
Weaver and mother of Mrs Harriet J.
Fairall and Glen H. and Pierce P Weaver.
Remains resting at the Lee funeral home.
4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e . where services
will be held on Tuesdav. March 7. at 3 p in
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery.
1ULNU, GEORGE. Departed this life
at Gallinger Hospital.
GEORGE YOUNG. He leaves to mourn
their loss two daughters. Bertie Young ard
Mattie Crosby of Pennsylvania, two broth
ers. John H. and Thomas Young; also other
relatives and friends. Remains resting at
Eugene Fords luneral home. 130U S. Capi
tol st. .
Funeral Wednesday. March K. at 1 30
P in., from Wesle.v A M E. Lion Church.
D st. between 2nd and 3rd sts. s w . Re
mains may be viewed Tuesday after 4 p.m. 7
In fHrmnrtam
AMMAN'S, LAI RA M. In memory of our
beloved wife and mother. LAURA M. A.VI
MANN. who Passed away two years ago
today. March b. 1937.
Loved ih life, remembered in death.
HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. •
ANDERSON, ROSETTA. In loving mem
ory of my devoted mother. ROSETTA AN
DERSON. who departed this lift* two years
ago today. March b. 1937.
Afmother who gave us the best of her life.
Who cherished our secrets, our sorrows and
strife;
Who taught us to love, who taught us to
pray—
Our mother in Heaven. God bless you today
LOVINGLY. DAUGHTER. ANNA T. WAL
LACE. •
ANDERSON, ROSETTA. In remembrance
of our mother. ROSETTA ANDERSON, who
departed this life two years ago today.
March b, 1937.
HER SON AND DAUGHTER-IN-LAW. PER
RY AND NORA NELSON.
BROWN, REl/BEN M. A tribute of love
memory ox our devoteu lather,
REUBEN M. BROWN, who departed tins
liie twelve years ago today. March b. i»*j;
DEVOitD CHILDREN. *
EGGLESTON, ELEANOR V. The two
years that have passed since the death of
my hfeiong pal. ELEANOR V. EGGLESTON,
on March b. Jare lar too lew to erase
her beautiful memory.
I loved her in life,
I have wished for her since death.
B. IOLA WADE. •
HOLTZSCHEITER. BETLAH DORIS. In
loving memory of my granddaughter. BEU
LAH DOIi 13 HOLTZSCHEITER. who died
ten years ago today, March ti, 1929.
Some day I am going to meet her,
Some day, I know not when;
And clasp her hands in that beautiful land.
Never to part again.
HER LOVING GRANDMOTHER. •
HOLTZSCHEITER. BEI LAH DORIS. In
memory of our beloved daughter and sister.
BEULAH DORIS HOLTZSCHEITER, who
left us ten years ago today. March ti, 1929.
Not always shall this parting be.
For though we travel slow,
We. too. may claim eternity
And find our way to you.
MOTHER. INA AND DUD. •
HOWARD. LOSCFOLA A. In loving
memorv of mv devoted sister. LOSCEOLA
A. HOWARD, who left me eight years ago
today. March ti. 19.21
As long as memory lasts. Ola. I’ll always
remembpr von
HER DEVOTED SISTER. GRACE B. BUT
LER •
JORDON. ALFRED B. In sad but lovine
remembrance of our dear son and brother.
ALFRED B JORDON, who passed away
four years ago today.
You have crossed the sea of time.
But left us in the storm:
Thp angrv billows around v- roll.
By faith we are sailing on.
With onlv one last hope in view.
And this we know is true:
You never can return to us.
But we can come to you.
And when the storm of life is ceased
And the mist has rolled away.
We will fold these earthly tents of clay
And meet von some sweet dav.
MOTHER CHATLIE JORDON; -SISTER.
JUANITA. •
KOSACK. EDWARD C. In sad remem
brance of mv dear and loving father. ED
WARD C KOSACK. who departed this
life March ti. 1920.
Yet memories linger through the vears
Of ones who are gone that we loved so ciear.
Faithful and honest in all his ways.
Devoted and true to the end of his days:
Loving and gentle, patient and kind.
What a beautiful memory he left behind.
„ _ Gone, buf not forgotten.
HIS LOVING DAUGHTER. CAROLINE G.
MORRIS. •
LEE. MARY J. Sacred to the memory
of our sister, sister-in-law and friend.
MARY J. LEE who fell asleep one year
aao today. March ti. 1HU8.
Sunshine passes, shadows fall.
Love, remembrance, outlast all:
And though the years be many or few.
They will be filled with thoughts of you.
HER BROTHER AND SISTER-IN-LAW.
JOHN AND ANNIE BURRELL. AND
FRIEND. EULA TAYLOR.
LEE, WYATT A. In loving remembrance
of our dear husband and father. WYATT
A. LEE. who passed away suddenly three
years ago today. March ti. lti.'tti.
WIFE AND SON. •
MURPHY, B. FRANK. In memory of
our beloved husband and father. B FRANK
MURPHY, who departed tills life one year
aeo today. March (I. 1SI88.
MARIE W. MURPHY AND BILLY. •
WEBR. DEE. A tribute of love to the
beautiful memory of mv dear friend. DEE
WEBB, who entered into eternal rest two
years ago today. March ti. IH.'IT.
Beautiful memories of one so dear
I will always cherish with love sincere:
A day that comes with sad regret.
And one that I shall never forget
HIS DEVOTED FRIEND. CARRIE DODD. •
THE CHEERFUL CHERU&
When life seems full
oP patty woes
And dull end herd end
dreer
I like to Ply into e
r^ge.—
It clears th«
Vtmospkene.
IJ-W?
Dr. Willard Bigelow,
Noted Research
Chemist, Dies
Studies Helped Raise
Canning Industry
Standards
Dr. Willard Dell Bigelow, 72,
prominent chemist and since 1913
director of the Research Laboratory
of the National Canners’ Associa
tion, died today in Emergency Hos
pital after an illness of several
months.
Dr. Bigelow, who lived in the
Farnsboro Apartments, had made
many important contributions to
the canning industry and assisted
the late Dr. Harvey W. Wiley in
work toward the enactment of pure
food legislation. He also aided Dr.
Wiley in training personnel and
working out methods of enforcing
the pure food laws.
Native of Kansas.
A native of Gardner, Kans.. Dr.
Bigelow was graduated from Am
hert College. He had been a resident
of this city for many years. From
1892 to 1913 he was a chemist in
the Department of Agriculture, serv
ing during the last 10 years of that
time as chief of the Division of
Foods, Bureau of Chemistry. Dr.
Bigelow also had been professor of
chemistry at the old Columbian Uni
versity, now George Washington
University.
His work included a study of the
chemistry of foods, with special ref
erence to development, ripening and
storage of fruits; a study of the in
fluence of preservatives on health
and digestion; study of composition
and purity of foods; food inspection
and enforcement of food laws and
study of the technology of canning.
Dr. Bigelow was given credit by
prominent scientists for raising the
canning industry to higher stand
ards than required by pure food
laws. He had contributed many
scientific articles on canning to
Government bulletins and other
scientific publications.
Active in Scientific Bodies.
Active in organizations, D. Bige
low belonged to the American Chem
ical Society, which he had served
as councilor and for several terms
as a member of its Board of Direc
tors. He also had been prominent
in the Association of Official Agri
cultural Chemists and was a past
president of local chemical and
bacteriological societies. He was
a member of the Cosmos Club.
Survivors include his widow, for
merly Miss Nancy Nesbit; two
daughters, Miss May T. Bigelow and
Mrs. Jessie B. Martin, all of this
city, and two brothers, Arthur and
AlDha Bigelow, both of Gardner,
Kans. He also leaves three grand
children.
Funeral services will be held at
10:30 a m. tomorrow at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Edgar N. Brawner,
relatives of Mrs. Bigelow, 2830
Forty-fourth street N.W, Burial
will be private.
Mrs. MacGregor, 82, Dies
After Long Illness
Mrs. Florence Ellen MacGregor.
82. for 40 years a resident of this
city, died last night at her home,
3803 Jocelyn street N.W., after a
long illness.
Mrs. MacGregor came to Wash
ington from near Forestville, Md.,
following the death of her husband,
the late John Francis MacGregor.
She was a member of the MacGre
gor Clan Society.
Surviving are six daughters, Mrs.
Maybelle C. Sessford, Mrs. Flarence
B. Banville. Mrs. Nannie B. Har
ding, Mrs. Rosa L. Lockwood, Mrs.
Martha E. Chafflot and Mrs. M. Ro
berta Etheridge; three sons, W'illiam
W. MacGregor, this city; Robert
B. MacGregor, Atlanta, Ga„ and
William B. MacGregor, Hyattsville,
Md.; 16 grandchildren and 7 great
grandchildren.
Funeral arrangements were to be
announced later.
Mrs. Rebecca La Fond
Funeral Is Conducted
Funeral services for Mrs. Rebecca
Yates La Fond, 62, who died Satur
day, were held this afternoon at the
residence of her sister, Mrs. John
Q. Slye, 5509 Thirty-ninth street
N.W. Burial was in Glenwood Ceme
tery.
Mrs. La Fond was the widow of
William La Fond. In addition to
Mrs. Slye she is survived by three
other sisters, Mrs. Vandora Huggins,
Miss Mary Henrick aj;ri Mrs. Eva
Willicombe, all of this :ity.
Mrs. Slye is the wife of John Q.
Slye of the Secret Service.
Deaths Reported
Joseph M. Gray. 80, 1340 Girard st. n.w.
George W. Ferguson, To. 4.V4 lltli st. s.w
William H. Kixey, 03. Georgetown Hos
pital.
Beniamin Smithson. 00, Bibley Hospital.
Julia E. McClellan. 4T. Emergency Hos
pital.
William S. Armstrong. 45, 804 oth st s w
Edward F Schwenk. 34. S.bley Hospital’
Joan E Handy. 4. Garfield Hospital.
Infant Williams. Sibley Hospital.
Infant Arshavir Sliavarshouny. jr„ Gar
field Hospital.
Ellen Jackson. TT. 314 53rd st. n e.
Edward Hooper. 55. 454 Oth st. s.w.
Edna McClellan, 53. Home for Aged and
Infirm.
Ulysses Jones. 51, Gallinger Ho jital
Infant Juanita H. Fletcher. 34 308 Dixon
court s.w.
Infant Doris Johnson. Freedmen's Hos
pital
Infant George Peterback, Gallinger Hos
pital.
Infant Meads Freemen’s Hospital
Infant Jones, Freedmen's Hospital
Infant Graves. Freedmen's Hospital'
Infant Culbreth. Freedmen's Hospital
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Mrs. Rebecca David,
Charity Leader, Dies
Mrs. Rebecca Behrend David,
long prominent in musical and
charitable circles here, died yester
day at her home, 2834 Twenty
seventn street
N.W., after a
short illness.
Mrs. David,
who was a past
president of the
Sisterhood of the
Washington He
brew Congrega
tion, was the
wife of Levi H.
David, w e 11
known attorney.
A native of this
city, her parents
were the late Mr.
ana Mrs. Ammon —
Behrend. Mr* Dlvid
Mrs. David was well known in
musical circles as a pianist and a
lover of classical music. Some years
ago when Mrs. Alice Berberich
Hesselbach. one of the leading
pianists of the city, founded the
Music Teachers’ Association of this
district, Mrs. David became an
active member of the organization.
Last December, when the organiza
tion became incorporated under the
name of the Washington Music
Teachers’ Association of the Dis
trict of Columbia, an affiliate of the
National Music Teachers’ Associa
tion, Mrs. David was unanimously
elected to a life membership in the
local branch.
Active in various charitable work
Mrs. David was for 10 years chair
man of the Immigrant Aid Com
mittee of the Washington Council
of Jewish Women.
Besides her husband she leaves
two sons, Alan B. David, attorney, j
and Mitchel M. David, U. S.' N.;’l
a brother, Rudolph B. Behrend. and
two sisters, Mrs. Laura B. Heidings
feld and Mrs. Nellie B. Bonwit, all
of this city.
Funeral services will be held at
10 a m. tomorrow in the Danzansky
funeral parlors. 3501 Fourteenth
street N.W. Burial will be at cem- !
etery of the Washington Hebrew
Congregation.
Elliott Schenck,
Opera Conductor, Dies
thr Associated Press.
NEW YORK. March 6.—Elliott
Schenck, 69, grand opera conductor
and composer, dropped dead yester
day near his home.
He had been a conductor of the
Damrosch and Savage opera com
panies and the Albany (N. Y.) music'
festivals and Metropolitan Opera
chorus master.
Mrs. Emma C. Rea
Dies at Age of 85
Mrs. Emma C. Rea, 85, widow of
Thomas F. Rea. died last night at
her home, 3908 Ingomar street N.W.,
after a long illness.
Mrs. Rea was a native of this
city and had lived here most of
her life. Her husband was an em
ploye of the Post Office Department.
Mrs. Rea was a member of the
Chevy Chase Baptist Church.
Surviving are three daughters,
Mrs. William T. Ballard, Mrs. Helen
L. Marble and Mrs. Alice R. Howard,
all of this city; a sister, Mrs. Ella
Shipley, and brother, Frank Pywell,
both of College Park, Md. She also
leaves five grandchildren and a
great-grandchild.
Funeral services will be held at
2 p.m. tomorrow in Hysong’s fun
eral home, 1300 N street N.W.
Burial will be in Rock Creek Ceme
tery.
Long Illness Is Fatal
To Mrs. Julia De Neale
Mrs. Julia Elizabeth De Neale, 77,
widow of George S. De Neale, man
ager of Kann’s department store for
many years and one of the founders
of the Retail Merchants’ Association,
died Saturday at her residence, 1507
Decatur street N.W., following a long
illness.
A hative and life-long resident of
the District, Mrs. De Neale was the
mother of Stanley De Neale, assist
ant corporation counsel, and George
C. De Neale. In addition, she is sur
vived by a grandson, George C. De
Neale, jr.
Mass will be offered tomorrow at
10 am., at Sacred Heart Church,
Sixteenth street and Park road N.W.
Burial will be in Congressional Cem
etery.
Sleuth Goes Far for Man
When Detective-Inspector Mc
Grath of Australia returns to Mel
bourne he will complete a trip of
22.000 miles to bring a prisoner to
trial. Rupert Gordon Russell was
arrested in London for the alleged
fraudulent conversion of about $100,
000 in Australia and McGrath was
sent to take him back.
Births Reported
John and Aline Gardner, girl.
Hugh and Barbara Lynch, jr.. girl.
Herbert and Thelma Baldwin, girl
Henry and Marjorie Rutherford. Jr . boy.
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