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OEMES, MARY A. We wish to srate fully acknowledae with deepest apprecia tion the many acts of kindness. Bowers and other expressions of sympathy from Rev. Ernest Green and Rev. William D. Robertson, the soloist. naUbearerjTall the atlyes. neighbors and friends, for their Prayers durln* her illness and at the pass Int of our dearly beloved mother. Eratba . AMOS, LYDIA HARRIETT. On. Thurs day February 15. 1940. LYDIA HARRIETT AMOS, beloved wife of th* late Henry ?Cooper Amos and mother of Bert T. and arl H. Amos. Mrs. B. C. Ellsworth. Mrs. . N. Forrlster and Mrs. Russell Wood. Funeral from the Huntemann funeral home. 6732 Georgia ave. n.w., on Satnr day. February 17. at 2:30 n.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Glen wood Cemetery. _ ANDERSON. GEORGE A. On Friday, February 18. 1940. at hls residence. 1426 Meridian Diace n.w.. GEOROE A. ANDER SON, husband of the late Minnie E. An derson. He Is survived by tour brothers and three sisters. Services at Chambers' funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.. on Monday. February 19. at 2 p.m. Interment Rock Creek Cem * AN'DEEE, HUGH C. Suddenly, on Wed nesday. February 14. 1940. at Emergency Hospital. HUGH C. ANDREE. beloved hus band of Florence Andree and father of June Andree and son of Henry and Etta M. Andree and brother of Harry 8.. George W.. Richard T and John Andree. Remains resting at the Lee funeral home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where services will be held on Saturday. February 17. at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends Invited. In terment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 16 BATTLE. LEWIS J., M. D. On Thurs day. February 15. 1940. at hls residence, 1401 Kennedy st. n.w.. LEWIS J. BATTLE. M. D.. husband of the late Ida Battle and father of Richard P. Battle. Mrs. Mildred B. Harvey and Mrs Mary B. Bowman. Remains resting at hls late residence. Funeral services at the Sixth Presby terin Church. 16th and Kennedy sts. n.w.. • on Saturday. February 17. at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment private. BATTLE. DB. LEWIS J. Members of the Association of Oldest Inhabitants are requested to attend the funeral of our late associate. Dr. LEWIS J. BATTLE. Funeral services will be held at Sixth Presbyterian Church. 16th and Kennedy sts. n.w.. on Baturday. February 17. 1940, at 2:30 D.m. THEODORE W. NOYES. President. JOHN B. DICKMAN. Secretary. BEACH. ELIZABETH. On Thursday. February 15. 1940, ELIZABETH BEACH. Remains resting at Timothy Hanlon s fu neral chapel 641 H st. n.e.. until Friday. February 16. at 5 p.m. Requiem mass at the Little Sisters of the Poor. 220 H st. n.e., on Saturday. Feb ruary 17. at 9 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Relatives and friends are Invited. 16 BEABD, CHARLES LEE. Suddenly, on Friday. February 18, 1940. at his resi dence. 4440 Kansas ave n.w.. CHARLES LEE BEARD, beloved husband of Eva May Beard and father of Charles R. Beard. Remains resting at Hysong's funeral home, 1300 N st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. BELL. JAMES ELLERY. On Thurs day. February 15. 1940. at Glenn Dale, Md., JAMES ELLERY BELL, father of John Bell. Funeral services at the McGuire funeral home. 1820 9th st. n.w.. on Saturday. February 17, at 1:30 p.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. • BROWN. NELLIE DUVALL. On Fri day. February 16. 1940. at the residence of her son. Raymond H. Brown. 3724 Joce lyn st. n.w.. NELLIE DUVALL BROWN, be loved wife of Joshua P. Brown of Loudoun County. Va.. and mother of William Holmes, Raymond H.. Hazel and Helen P. Brown and Jane Brown Gemmill. Notice of services later. BRUNETT. VICTOR E. On Thursday. February 16. 1940. at his home. 122 South Royal st.. Alexandria Va.. VICTOR E. BRUNETT. beloved husband of Rebecca D. LaPorte Brunett. Notice of services later BUCK, ANNA. On Friday. February 16. 1940. at Sibley Memorial Hospital. ANNA BUCK, beloved sister of Mrs. Ruth Buck Wolf of 612 Whittier st n.w. Re mains resting at Hysong's funeral home, 1300 N st. n.w Services and interment (private) on Baturday. February 17. CAMPBELL, ODESSA. On Thursday. February 15. 1940. at Freedmen's Hos Sltal. ODESSA CAMPBELL, daughter of le late Martha Campbell, sister of Doro thy Whitfield and Estelle Campbell. Re mains resting at Frazier’s funeral home, 389 R. I. ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. CHOATE, KATE. On Tuesday. Feb ruary 13. 1940. at Gallinger Hospital. KATE CHOATE, beloved wife of John Choate, mother of Ruby and Addle Choate and Ernestine Ingram, sister of Daisy Webb »nd sister-in-law of Howard Choate. Services at Brown. Sutton A Ford's fu neral home. 1344 4th st. n.w.. on Satur day, February 17. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Payne’s Cemetery. COLES, LEWIS OSCAR. On Thursday. February 15. 1940. at Walter Reed Hos pital, LEWIS OSCAR COLES, devoted son of Louis and Ann Coles. He also leaves four sisters, three brothers, a devoted friend. Mrs Mary Estelle Hargrove: other relatives and friends. Remains at his late residence. 1319 Fort Stevens drive. Bright wood. D. C„ after 2 p.m. Saturday. Feb ruary 17. Funeral Monday. February 19. at 1 pm., from the St Luke's Baptist Church. Bright wood. D. C.. Rev Chichester officiating. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 18 CROSS, ISRAEL. Departed this Hfe cn Thursday. February 15. 1940 at C-allinger Hospital ISRAEL CROSS. He is survived by two brothers, one sister, other relatives and friend' Remains resting with L. E. Murray & San. 12th and V sts. n.w. Funeral notice later. • DISMOND. LILLIAN MARGARET. On Wednesday. February 14. 1940. at Gallin aer Hospital, after a brie! illness. LILLIAN MARGARET DISMOND. daughter of Charles Dismond. sister of George B. Dis mond of Washington. D. C. and Samuel R. Dismond of Harrisburg. Pa.; niece of Mrs. Angie Dean. 1737 Willard si. l w.: Mrs. Mattie Lawson of Washington. D C . and Mrs. Edith Patterson of New York CHy. Remains resting at Frazier's funeral home. 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w. Funeral Sunday. February IS. at 130 p m., from Asbury Methodist Church. Rev. R M. Williams officiating Relatives ar.d friends invited. Interment Lincoln Me morial Cemetery. 18 DONALDSON. R. GOLDEN. On Friday. February 16. 1940. at his residence. Ward man Park Hotel. R. GOLDEN DONALD SON. beloved husband of Frances Starr Donaldson: father of Mrs. Harold E. Irish, Robert G. Donaldson. Jr., and Wyman C. Donaldson. Remains resting at the Lee funeral home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e. Notice of funeral later GARNER. JOHN. Departed this life Tuesday. February 13, 1940. at Gallinger Sospital. JOHN GARNER, son of Mrs. ary Garner and the late John Thomas Garner. He also leaves to mourn one sis ter. Theresa Garner: one brother. George Gp.rner: one sister-in-law Catherine Gar ner and two aunts. Florence Gross and Theresa Strong Other relatives and friends also survive. Remains r-sting at Eugene Ford * funeral home. 1300 South Capitol st.. and may be viewed Friday, February 16. after 4 p.m. ruiicini oaiuiuiij. rcuiuaiy x/• ui x !>.m . from Mount Moriah Baptist Church. Ird and L sts s.w.. Rev. Blandolph offlciat na Interment Payne's Cemetery. 14.18 GREEN, JOSEPH. Departed this life on Tuesday. February 13. 1940. at his resi dence. 821 3rd st s.w.. JOSEPH GREEN. He leaves to mourn their loss a devoted wife. Luella Green: one sister-ln-iaw. one niece, one nephew, one cousin, other rela tives and friends. Remains can be viewed at Campbell’s funeral home. 421 4th st. a.w.. on Friday. February 16. after 4 o.m. Funeral services at Friendship Baptist Church. 1st and H sts. s.w.. on Saturday. February 17 at 1:30 P.m Relatives end friends invited. Rev. Whytins officiating. Interment Lincoln Cemetery. 16 HARLEY. RICHARD. On Thursday, February 15. 1940. at his daughter's resi dence. 727 18th st. n.e.. RICHARD HAR LEY. beloved father of Mrs. Lonnie Froc tor. Mrs. Birtha Linkin. James and Joseph ilarley and Elizabeth Proctor. He also eaves a host of other relatives and friends, lemalns at the residence of his daughter, 727 18th st. n.e., after 6 P.m. Friday, February 16. Funeral Saturday. February 17 from the above residence at 8:30 a m : thence to Holy Name Church. 11th and K sts. n.e.. where mass will be offered at 9 a m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Ar rangements by W Ernest Jarvis. HENDERSON. RICHARD. Departed this life on Tuesday. February 13. 1940, RICH ARD HENDERSON. He leaves to mourn their loss a wife. Georgia Price Hender son; mother. Laura Henderson: father. Cheatham Henderson: one sister. Cleo Smith: two brothers, Rodrick and Herbert Henderson. Other relatives and friends also survive. Remains resting at Eugene Ford’s funeral home. 1300 South Capitol it., and may be viewed on Friday, Feb ruary 16. after 4 P.m. Funeral Saturday. February 17. at 9 am., from St Vincent De Paul’s Church. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 14.16 HINKLEY, JOHN ARTHUR. On Friday. February 16. 1940, en route to Puerto Rico, JOHN ARTHUR HINKLEY. husband of Helen Robertson Hinkley. Funeral arrangements announced later. 17 HOLLAND, MARY E. On Thursday. February 15, 1940. at 3:30 a.m.. at her residence, Woodlawn. Va., MARY E.. wife of the late Tilman Holland, daughter of the late Eliza Edwards of Washington, D. C. Funeral Sunday. February 18. at 2:30 p.m., from Woodlawn Methodist Church. Relatives and friends invited. Rev. Horrace Johnson officiating. Interment church cemetery. 17 JACKSON. ALONZO. On Wednesday, February 14, 1040, at his residence. 1414 27th st, n.w.. ALONZO JACKSON, beloved husband of Mary Lee Jackson, father of Alonzo, Jr.: Thelma and Clifton Jackson: brother of Emily Brown snd Harrison Jackson. He also leaves other relatives aiid friends Notice of funeral later. Arrangements hr W. Ernest Jarvis. JOHNSON. HUERETTA C. On Wednes day. February 14. 1940. at Gienn Dale Sanitarium. HUERETTA C. JOHNSON, lov ing daughter of Mrs. Vert L. Johnson. Also surviving her are one sister. Levater John son. and one brother. Robert L. Johnson; one uncle and many friends. Remains resting at the J. L. Lowe fu neral home, where funeral services will be held on Saturday. February 17. at 2 p'.m., Rev. Earl Tyler officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. C. SHAFFER. Ine EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT MODERATE PRICES PHONE NAT 0108 °ZS SSSST Co. 14th & Eye GUDE BROS. CO. FJonU Pieces XSU r 8L N.W. Matlsnai BETA h ~ l*at!|i ~ . JOHNSON. ROSIE L. Suddenly, m Wednesday, February 14. 1840. ROSIE L. JOHNSON, beloved daughter ol Ella N. Johnson, sister of Bertha H. Jackson. Re becca L, Hushes and Blanche E. Johnson. She' slab leaves a host of ether relatives FuneraT Saturday. February in, at 2 $«•: is* n rangemente by Snowden * Davis, RocktUle. KAHLE, KURT. On Thursday. Feb S16. 1940. KURT KAHLE. beloved nd of Frieda Kahle and father of i. Frela and Rathe Kshle. Funeral from the W. W. Deal lunetal home. 816 H st. n.e.. on Monday. February 19. at u am. Relatives and friends ih MJHN, RANDOLPH. On Thursday. Feb ruary IS 1940, at hla home. Beallsvllle, Md.. RANDOLPH LUHN. son of the late Christopher and Rebecca Luhn. Remains resUn^at Hilton’s funeral bom*. Befnes ..Funeral Sunday. February 18. from the Methodist Church, Poolesvllle. Md.. at 2 £m Interment Monocacy Cemetery, Beallsvllle. Md. 17 McCALL, LAVENIA.. Suddenly. on Thursday. February 15. 1940. I AVENIA McCALL of 1129 8th st. n.w. Remains resting at Frasier’s funeral home. *89 Rhode Island ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. MCKINLEY. JAMES FRANKLIN. On Thursday February 16. 1940, at bis real dence. 2926 Bladensbura road n e.. JAMBS FRANKLIN MCKINLEY^ beloved huVbahd of Mary E. McKinley. Remains resting at the above residence. *wmv*s u* luuciBi *»tcr. services dj Chambers' Rlverdale funeral home. - MILLER, RUTH MADELINE. On PW dav- February 18. 1940. at her residence. 710 N. TazeweH st., Arlington. Va , RUTH MADELINE MILLER (nee Battertonl. She is survived by her mother. Mrs. Sarah E. Batterton; her sister. Mary Olive Batter ton. and one daughter. Catherine E Miller. SS5ll,“?.,,.,re*tlnA V the Ives funeral home, 2847 Wilson blvd., Arlington, ’/a., until Sunday. February 18: thence to her late residence, where friends may call after 10 a m. Funeral services Monday. February 19. 2:10 p.m.. at the Arlington Church of the Nazarine. 880 N Glebe road, Arling ton. Va. Interment Columbia Garden! Cemetery. * 18 MINOR. NANNIE ELIZABETH. On Tuesday. February 1.1. 1040. at GulUnger Hospital. NANNIE ELIZABETH MINOR, 'beloved wife of the late William Minor and mother of Audrey Wills. Ozznel. Edward and Vernell Minor: sister. Maude Smith. Other relatives and friends also survive Funeral services Sunday, February 18. at l P m . at W T. Tolbert’s chapel. 1108 (3th st. n.w. 17 MONCURE. LELIA CARTER. On Thurs day. February 15. 1040. at the residence of her son, Jack A. Moncure. 4533 Fes senden st. n.w.. LELIA CARTER MON CURE. beloved wife of the late Dr. Powha tan, Moncure and mother of Mrs John Carlisle Kehoe of Warrenton. Va.: Miss Dorothy Ashby Moncure. Mr Powhatan Moncure and Mr. Jack A. Moncure, ail of Washington. D C. Remains resting at the S H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w. until 12 noon Sunday, Feb ruary 18. Funeral services at Aoula Church, north of Fredericksburg. Va.. on Sunday. Feb ruary 18. at 2 p.m. Interment Aouia Church Cemetery. 17 NIELSEN, PETER E. On Wednesday. I^hroary 14. 1940. at Emergency Hospital. PETER E. NIELSEN of Brentwood. Md.. beloved husband of Bertha Day Nielsen and father of Robert and Betty Nielsen. Funeral from Harry M. Padgett’s fu neral home. 131 11th st. s.e.. on Saturday, February 17. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Olenwood Cem etery IB OYSTER, GEORGE M. On Thursday. February 15. 1940. at George Washington University Hospital. GEORGE M. OYSTER, beloved husband of Rose Oyster. Friends may call at Gawler’s, 1758 Pa ave. n.w Services at Gawler’s chapel. 1750 Pa. gv£- n w • 0J> Saturday. February 17 at ■SJ” ’ Utohce to Holy Comforter Cath olic Church. 14th and East Capitol sts., where mass will be offered at 9 a m. In terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. PRATT, JOHN. On Thursday, Feb ruary 15. 1940. at the residence of Ms daughter. Mrs Frea I. Veeder. Wheeler road. Oxon Hill Md.. JOHN PRATT, be loved husband of the late Charlotte Fratt. Remains restlne st the Thos F. Murray funeral home. 2007 Nichols ave. s.e., until 0 p.m. Friday. February 1(3 Services and Interment Albany. N. Y. REBMAN. FRANCIS J. On Wednesday. February 14. 1940, at Georgetown Uni versity Hospital. FRANCIS J. REBMAN. beloved husband of Louise Rebman (nee Borowskl) and father of Mrs. E. F. O’Con nell. Mrs. Richard Fatiguant and Mr. C. Kebman. Memorial services at the Lee funeral nome. 4th st. ana Mass. ave. n.e.. on Satur Sr(v„,r*br,'i?ry 4 D m Interment Drivate. (New York papers please cocy ) ROY. EMMA VIRGINIA. On Friday. February 1H. 1940. at her residence. 3701 Mass, ave n.w EMMA VIRGINIA ROY, widow of Virgil M. Roy. 8he is survived by four daughters. Mrs. Ethel R. Barber. Mrs Lillian R. McNaught of Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Emma R Miller of Long Beach. Calif., and Mrs. Helen R. Hervey of Arlington. Va.. and three sons James C.. Leonard C. and William T. Roy of Washington, D C Funeral services Monday. Februaty 1J>. *‘ 2 n m- at Hysong* funeral home, N, 5t- J} WA and friends in vited to attend. Interment Rock Creek cemetery. SCHELLHORN. CHRISTIAN H. On Wed. nesday. February 14. 1940. at his >M J'*' 2 Columbia ave.. Hyattsville, Md.. CHRISTIAN H. SCHELLHORN. beloved husband of the late Henrietta Schellhorn and father of Mrs. Augusta E. Marche. Funeral services at his late residence on Saturday. February 17, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Prospect inn cemetery. SELVAGGIO. TERESA. On Wednesday February 14. 1940. TERESA SELVAGGIO beloved wife of Frank Selvagglo and mother °I M“ry Sflvagvlo Holcomb Lena Selvagglo and Katherine Selvagglo Rogers. hnm'in'ir2Lse^lc,‘,s *1 Chambers' funeral home. 1400 Chapin st n.w.. on Saturday. February 17. at 8:30 a m. Mass st Holy Rosary Church at 0 a m. Interment St. Marv s Cemetery 10 , fTEWART. MARY BAROW. On Thurs t*~ -Fei>rV,ary I5, at her residence. I~/_ 3rd. st. n.e.. MARY BAROW STEW AHT. beloved wife of the late John Alex £?drr ftewart and mother of Mrs. Roberta Stewart Adams of New York City. John Chester Stewart of Berwyn. Md., and Miss Mary Mabel Stewart of this city. held at her late resi dence on Friday. February 10. at 7 pm Interment Greenwood Cemetery. Indiana! Pa . on Saturday. February 17: at 2 p m Arrangements by Zurhorst funeral home! _ T!SI?OI<|' MARGARET ELIZABETH. On Wednesday. February 14. 1940. at the residence of her son. Harry P. Malicoat 10 -.Funeral services at Chambers’ Rlverdale funeral home on Saturday. February 17. ParleP m‘ Interment Washington Memorjal WALLER. EMMIT M. On Friday. Feb ruary lt>. 1940. at Walter Reed Hosnital gMMrr M WALLER of 2804 14th st'n.w .' husband of the late Elizabeth D. Waller Lndlatherof Emmit D.. Lynch D and Patpr w^ller-, Remains resting at the ?.■ H. Hines Co funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. until 10:30 a.m Monday Funeral services a* All Souls' Church. 10th and Harvard sts. n.w.. on Monday. fri-nuVT iil'a^ a m Relatives and rlends invited. Interment Arlington Na tionai cemetery. is rest w.in.1 Entered Into eternal rest Wednesday. February. 14. 1840 In i,ywpi>R' 7" a.ftJer a brlef illness. LILLIAN Ale«EnBHH.d'Vvted Ylf? °f PhlllP P- Webb Of *.fJS!di' Va’ loving, mother ol Mrs. f.amt?,. Lancaster. Charles w. Lucas and Mrs. Wealthy Marshall. She also leaves Remain* granddaughter. Jacouellne Butler Remains resting at the John T. Rhines funeral home. 221 North Patrick st.. Alex anaria. va. „ PunFal Saturday. February 17. at 2 n.m.. from Roberts Chapel M. E. Church! Alexandria. Va.. Rev. T. M. Austin officlil lng. Interment Bethel Cemetery. . WELLS, ALICE GREENE. Departed this life on Tuesday. February 13. 1940. at her residence. 1204 D st s e.. ALICE GREENE i. devoted grandmother of Eldrldge. Marvoureen. Russell and Benia Sn--.D Lou “ Sedgewick and Lucille n°JrJsi ?be a'so 'eaves other relatives and friends to mourn their loss. Solemn reauiem high mass at St. Cyp rian s Church. C st between 12th and 13th sts s.e. Saturday. February J7. at 9 a.m! ^nterment Holy Rosary Cemetery. Rosary Vllle. Md. Arrangements by Barbour Bros „ WHITE, GEORGE A. Suddenly on rien«eSKian’iSr»ruarT 1.4’ 1040 Bt his res" i? Butternut st. n.w.. GEORGE A. beloved father of Ross A. and Lois A White. „,p“r-eral services will be held at the Lee home, 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e., on Saturday. February 17. at 130 nm Herndon" vi}d frlendS lnvited- Intern}ant Representative Taylor Ready to Leave Hospital By the Associated Press. After a long seige with a cold and bronchitis, Representative Tay lor, Democrat of Colorado is "gradu ally regaining his strength,” officials at WalterReed Hospital said today. The 81-year-old chairman of the House Appropriation Committee is no longer confined to his bed and may return to the Capitol in a few days. Lincoln Cemetery. 16 In JHmnrtam „ .c*®88' 'll!!®,,*1- Jn loving memory of MAUD M. CROSS, who passed away two years ago today. February 16, 1938. From this world of pain and sorrow To the land of peace and rest. Ood has taken you. dear mother. Where you have found eternal rest. , We shall keep your memory enshrtned forever in our hearts. CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN. • JACK80N. ALICE. In loving but sad remembrance of my beloved and only child. ALICE JACKSON, who entered into eternal rest February 16. 1917. twenty-three years ago today. "Rest in peace.” LOVING MOTHER, LUCINDA LEWIS. • LOWE. INEZ THOMPSON. In sad but loving memory of our daughter, sister and mother, INEZ THOMPSON LOWE, who went to sleep in Jesus one year ago today. February 16 1939. MVESS, WILLIAM A. In loving remem brance of our dear brother and uncle. WIL LIAM A. MYERS, who passed away one year ago today. MRS. MOLLIE A. HACKETT AND FAM ILY. • Sunshine passes, shadows fall. Love’s remembrance outlasts ail. MOTHER. FATHER. BROTHERS. SISTER AND CHILDREN. • MITCHELL. KATHERINE (NEE CAR MODY). In loving remembrance of my devoted wife. KATHERINE M. MITCHELL, who departed this life one year ago today, February 16. 1939. When twilight hour draws near And sunset flames the sky. I think of you. dear wife. And the happy days gone oy. Thoughts of you come drifting back Within my dreams to stay. To know that you are resting When twilight ends the day. So come to me. my angel wife. Wrap your wings around me tight: Darling Kate, ask Ood to comfort Your lonely husband tonight. YOUR DEVOTED HUSBAND. MAYO C. MITCHELL. Sunshine lingers. Shadows fall: Love’s rrmembranca Outlasts all. JAMES. MAE AND GORDON MITCHELL. • SHEA. MARY E. In loving memory of my dear sister. MARY E. SHEA, who passed awav two years ago today. February 16, 1938 HER LOVING SISTER. THERESA K. LEE.’ SHEA. MARY E. In loving remem brance of our darling sister and aunt. MARY E. 8HEA. who passed away two years ago today. February 18. 1038. An niversary mass at St. Paul’s Church. 8omewhere bark of the > unset. Where loveliness never dies. She lives in the land of glory. 'Neath the blue and gold of the skies SISTER. ANNA: NIECES AND NEPHEW. • SMITH. JOHN E. In loving remem brance of my dear husband. JOHN E. SMITH, who passed away one year ago, February 18. 1830. Days of sadness atill come o'er me, Hidden tears so often flow; Memory keeps you always near m Although you left one year ago. LOVING WIFE, BURNSCEAN SMITH. STEWART. CHARLES MINOR. In sad but loving remembrance of our devoted tori and beloved brother. CHARLES MINOR STEWART, who departed this life so sud denly thirteen years ago today. February 16. 1927. If ever love existed. If ever a sweet flog . - V aver a soul, fulfilled — on earth Dear ton, It certainly ’ AMILY. • WASHINGTON (BUMPUS). CLAYTON. JR. In memory of my little friend. CLAY TON -f BUMPUS) WASHINGTON. Jr., who passeg^gway one year ago today, February All to myself I think of you. Think of the things we used to do: Think of the things we used to s*y. I think of you each golden day. A FRIEND. MARIE PLUMMER. • YOUNG, HENRIETTA. In loving mem ory of my grandmother. Mrs HENRIETTA YOUNG, who departed this life February 16. 1930. Although I know That you had to go. I miss you. dear grandmother. For I loved you so. I soon shall loin you over there. When my life’s work is ended here HER DEVOTfeD GRANDSON. REV. LLOYD N YOUNG. » Character Character in funeral sermice is individuality — completeness — dignity — reverence — beauty. It includes also the integrity of the firm conducting the service. These are the qualities which have imparted character to Ryan Funeral Service. Out new air-conditioned home is a model •of comfort and con venience. De Luxe ambulance service, with courteous attend ants, always available. James T. Ryan Funeral Director 317 Pa. Are. S.E. Atlantic 1700, 1701 _FUNERAL DIRECTORS, J. William Lee’s Sons Co. FliNERAl DIRECTORS Crematorium Uh >nd Mmi Ate. N.E. Uoc»ln B200 V. L. SPEARE CO. Neither successor to nor connected with the original W R Speare establi-nment 1009 h st. n.w. ^eniimenti expretsed by FUNERAL i SPRAYS OF 1 LOVELY \ FRESH FLOWERS j Priced of SJ.OO Other sprays in smaHer sixes arranged to yoat order. $2.00 and ap. Delivery Service an ofl funeral orders. C&C3fc>uj0iSt?iei 808 14th St. Mlt. 7433 609 12th St. Mlt. 9369 804 17th St. Mlt. 794S 923 F St. Mlt. 7404 Mrs. telia C. Moncure Dies at Sen's Home; Funeral If Be Sunday Was Related to Several > Colonial Families Of Virginia Mrs. Leila Carter Moncure, 79, widow of Dr. Powhatan Moncure, of Vtorrenton, VA., and member of a distinguished Virginia family, died yesterday at the home of her son, Jack A. Moncure, 4533 Fessen den street N.W. Mrs. Moncure was bom in War* renton, the daughter of the late Richard Walden and Mrs. Susan Perry Carter. She was related to several Colonial families of. Vir ginia, including the Waldens, Per rys, Corbins, Masons, Lees and Washingtons. Her parents died when Mrs. Mon cure was a young woman, and she then moved to Philadelphia, to live with her .aunt, Mrs. Robert Wash lngton, who** husband was a direct descendant of Sam Washington, brother of George Washington. After her marriage to Dr. Moncure, She returned to. Warrehton to live* He died In 1926, and sihOe then Mrs. Moncure had made her home with a daughter, Mrs. Mildred Moncum Kehoe, in Warren tori, with frequent visit* to her son's home in Washing ton. Also surviving* Mrs. Moncure are a daughter, Miss Dorothy Ashby Moncure, and a son, Powhatan Mon cure, both ot this city. Funeral Services will be held at 2 pm. Sunday at historic Aquia Church, near Fredericksburg, Va., which was founded in 1737 by one of Mrs. Moncure’s forebears. Burial will be in the church graveyard. Funeral Tomorrow For Dr. Battle Funeral services will be held at 2:30 pm. tomorrow for Dr. Leads J. Battle, surgeon with the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad for the last 40 years, who died yesterday at his home here. The rites will be con ducted at the Sixth Presbyterian Church, Sixteenth and Kennedy streets N.W. Burial will be private. George M. Oyster Dies; Ritas to Be Tomorrow George U. Oyster, 63, a native of Washington and member of a fam ily well known In the city, died yesterday of . leukemia In George Washington University Hospital. He had been 111 several: months. Mr. Oyster was educated at East ern and Central High Schools and was graduated from Cornell Uni versity in 1910. For a time he was associated in business with his un cle, the late George M. Oyster, Jr., at a local dairy farm. During the World War he worked for a muni tions factory in Pennsylvania, aft edward moving to Texas, where he worked as a salesman for several oil companies. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Rose Oyster; a son, George M. Oyster, Jr.; a daughter, Miss Shirley Oyster, and three brothers, Fairfax and Larmour Oyster of this city and William Oyster of New York. Funeral services will be held to morrow, with requiem mass at the Catholic Church of the Holy Com forter at 9 a.m. Burial in Mount Olivet Cemetery will be private. Francis J. Rebman Wes, Once Medical Publisher Francis J. Rebman, 88, former medical, publisher, died Wednesday at Georgetown Hospital after a short illness. Mr. Rebman came to Washington three years ago and lived at the home of his daughter, Mrs. E. F. O'Connell of 4444 Reservoir road N.W. Bom in Germany, Mr. Rebman entered the United States when he was sr young man and became a citizen. His career as a medical publisher took him to various sec tions of the United States and Eu rope. ~ Survivors are his widow, Mrs. Louise Rebman; two daughters, Mrs. Richard Fatigaunt of Chicago and Mrs. O’Connell; a son, Conrad F. $vei Vunem/9/fome, 12*47 WILSON BLVD. OX. M6> | ABUNOTON. VA. § A Complete funeral servlet 1 WltAI* Tour Budget , ,_I Rebman of New York City, and two grandchildren. Funeral aervlceu will be held at the Lee funeral home, at 4 pm.' tomorrow, with cremation to follow. EVENING NPPOINTMENTS ARRANGED^ Phone National 6516 Before 6 P.M. 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