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DURDEN. MAUDINA. We wish to ex
press our thanks and appreciation to our
friends and relatives for their kind ex
pressions of sympathy and beautiful floral
tributes at the time of our bereavement.
ISABELLE ROY AND NIECES. •
HOMAN. ROSA B. We wish to thank
pur relatives and friends for their kind
ness and expressions of sympathy and floral
tributes in our bereavement
THE FAMILY.
MOORE, MAUDE. T wish to thank my
neighbors and co-workers of the Federal
Works Agency for kindnesses shown at the
death of my sister MAUDE MOORE.
ELIYA CARROLL PLATER.
RIGGS. MARGARET AUGUSTA. Miss
Harriet E Rigas gratefully acknowledges
the thoughtfulness and sympathy expressed
during the illness and at the death of her
Ulster. Miss MARGARET AUGUSTA RIGGS
Srailja
BF:f KICAM, DELZIE. Departed this life
on June J 2, 1 f« ♦«». DELZIE BECKHAM
He leaves to mourn their loss a devoted
wife. Emma Beckham, two sisters. Inet
Happer and Monie Lloyd, one brother.
John Beckham, and other relatives and
friends Remains resting at Barnes &
Matthews' funeral home. 614 4th st. s.w.
Funeral on Sunday. June 16, at 1 p m.,
from House of Prayer. 4th st. between H
and Eye sts. s.w. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery Monday. June 11. In
BELL. GLADYS. On Saturday June
15. 1940. at Homeopathic Hospital.
GL ADYS BELL. beloved wife of Joseph H.
Bell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W.
Lamp. *ister of Lewis J. Lamp.
Services at Chambers’ funeral home. M7
3 1th st. s e.. on Monday June 11. at 5
p m Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 3 6
BELL, GLADYS. A special meeting of
Naomi Chapter. No. 5, O E. S..
is called for Monday. June 11.
194<» at 1:45 p.m . at Masonic
Temple. 15th and New York
avp n.w. to attend and con
duct funeral services of Sister
GLADYS BELL of Azure Chap
ter. No. ST. Cranford. N. J. By reauest
cf the grand matron.
LORRAINE D PROUDI.EY. W. M.
FLORENCE VV. TRIAY. Secretary.
BEMBRY. ROSE. On Thursday. June 15.
194o. ROSE BEMBRY. sister of Fannie
Grannison. mother of Mamie Smith and
aunt of Rose Smart.
Funeral from the Malvan & Schey fu
rcrai home, N J. ave and R st. n.w .
Monday- June 17. 1 p.m.. Rev. James H
Marshall officiating. *
BERKLEY. GEORGE. Departed this life
Friday. June 14. 1940. at his residence.
*140 Morton st n.w . GEORGE BERKLEY,
beloved husband of Ida Berkley. He leaves
two sisters-in-law Miss Sarah Tolar and
and Mrs Chalmers Jefferies: two brothers
in-law. A Tolar and Peter Tolar a nephew. 1
Robert Berkley, and several cousins and ;
pieces.
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements
by W. Ernest Jarvis. -6
BIDDLE. FRANK1.YN A. Suddenly, on
Friday June 1 \ 1940. at his residence.
655 Maryland ave. s.w., FRANKLYN A.
BIDDLE, beloved husband of Sarah Biddle
and father of Grace Biddle Brown.
Funeral from the chapel of P A Tulta- j
Vull. 456 7th st. s.w., on Monday. June 1 .
at 2 p.m Relatives and friends invited to
attend Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. H> |
BLACKWELL, OTHO L. Suddenly, on
Thursday. June 15- 1940. at Casualty
Hospital. OTHO I BLACKWE1 L. beloved
husband of Dorothy L. Blackwell and
la'hrr of Otho I... jr and John A Blackwell.
Funeral services at the Wnt. H. Sardo A
Co funeral home. 41*1 H st. n.e . on Mon- ,
dav. June 11. at 10:50 am Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. 16
BU NDY. REBA KATHLEEN. On Satur
day. June J 5. 1940. at Providence Hospi
tal REBA KATHLEEN BLUNDY. beloved j
wife of John E Blundy Remains resting i
at the S H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901
14th st. n.w.. until 8 pm. Monday. June 1 7.
Services and interment Marion. Va. 17
BOTT. CAROLINA G. On Friday. June
It 194 0. a’ her residence. 15 K st. ne.
CAROLINA G. BOTT. beloved wife of the
lafp John Rott and mother of Mrs. Ida
C. Schwigert.
Services a' her la e residence on Mon
day June li. ai 8 ;iu am thence to St.
Mary's Catholic Church. 5th and G sts.
r. w . where mas* will be offered at 9 a m.
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 16
BROWN. FANNIE FORD. On Friday
June 14. 1940. at Providence Hospital.
FANNIE FORD BROWN, beloved wife of
Ambrose Brown of Bladensburg. Md : de
voted mother of Mary Agatha. Francis A.
and Raphae. A Brown She also is sur
vived by two sisters, three brothers and
Other relatives and many friends.
Funeral from her late residence, where
remains mav he seen after noon Monday. 1
June 11 thenee to St Jerome's Catholic
Church Hyattsvillr Md . where reauiem .
mass will be celebrated a’ 9 a m Tuesday. |
June j 8 Interment at Mount Olivet Ceme
tery. Arrangements bv McGuire. •
BUTT. JESSE CALVIN. On Friday. June
14. 1940 ?• Georgetown University Hos
pital. JESSE CALVIN BUTT of 44*11 Alton
pi. n.w.
Funeral services at the above residence
pn Sunday June 16. at 2 p m. Interment
Columbia Gardens. Va. 16
CAMERON. MAMIE C On Friday. June
14. 1940. at her residence. 5025 Dumbar
ton ave n.w MAMIE C. CAMERON, daugh
ter of the late Charles Edward and Sarah
F Cameron Friends mav call at Joseph
F Birch's Sons. 505 4 M st. n.w,. until ;
r.oon Monday
Services v i ! be held at the Dumbarton
Methodist Church on Monday. June 17. at
£.5o pm. Interment Oak Hill Cemetery.
16
CRI'MPTON. CHARLES A. Departed this
lifp Friday. June 14. 1940. ar Gallinger
Hospital CHARLES A CRUMPTON, de
voted husband of Ola Crumpton, brother
nf Mrs. Ella Norris Lowe of Mizpah. N.
J Mrs. Hattie Mason and Mrs. Lillie Has
sell of Baltimore Md.. and the late James
Crumpton and Joseph Daneerfielri step
son oi William and Martha Dangerfleld of
Philadelphia. Pa Remains restine at the
John T. Rhines Co. funeral chapel. 5rd
end Eye sts. s w
Notice of funeral later 16
DOHERTY. HIGH EDWARD. On Fri
day. June 14 1940. at his home. Coiesville.
Md HUGH EDWARD DOHERTY, husband
Cf *he late Ruth I Bums Doherty.
Services at the Warner E Pumphrev fu
reial home. 8424 Georgia ave . Silver
Spring. Md.. on Monday. June 17. at 2 o m
Interment St. John's Cemetery. Forest
Gl*n. Md.
DRISCOLL. MARY LOU On Saturday.
June 15 194o. ar Providence Hospital.
MARY LOU DRISCOLL, beloved sister of
Merilla Driscoll of 5701 loth st. n.w Re
mains renting at the James T. Ryan funera’
home. 517 Penna. ave. s.e.. until 4 p.m.,
Sunday. .June 16
Funeral and interment at Crrsco. Iowa.
DUKE. WILLI \M H. On Saturday. June
15. at his residence. 251 loth st. ne
WILLIAM H. DUKE beloved husband of
Bertha M and father of Ethel Mae Duke.
Mrs. Annetta Flynn. John R Keckler of
Washington, D. C . and William H. Keckler
cf Altoona. Pa
Funera! from the above residence Tues
day. June 18. at 2 p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment at Cedar Hi!i ;
Cemetery. Arrangements by P. A. Taltavull. j
17
GALLEHER. JENNIE. On Thursday. !
June 15. 1940. JENNIE GALLEHER of j
7"9 G st. s.e., beloved daughter of the ,
la‘e Turner and Jane D. Galleher. beloved ,
sister of Mrs. Mamie Erw.n and Mrs.
Berklev Inge.
Services at the above residence on Sun
day. June 16. 1940- at 2:50 p.m. Relatives
and friends invi’ed. Interment Oakwood
Cemetery. Fails Church. Va. 16
GOURLEY. ROBERT G., Staff Sent..
I . S. A. On Friday. June 14. 1940. at |
Walter Reed General Hospital. ROBERT
G GOURLEY. staff seigeant. U. S. A.. ,
husband of Isabel Costgan Gourley.
Sergt. Gourley rests at the Tabler fu- 1
heral home. 4217 9th st. n.w.. until Mon-!
day June 17. when services will be held
in the Chapel a* Fort Myer. Va . at 12 I
o elock noon, followed by interment in Ar
lington National Cemetery 16*
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GRAHAM. MART E. On 8aturdiy. June
1ft. 1940. at her residence. 608 G st. s.e..
MARY E GRAHAM iMlnnle). widow of
Charles C. Graham and mother of Mrs.
Mabel Dlerkoph. Mrs. Fanny Keys.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Tuesday.
June 18. at 1 p m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Congressional Ceme
tery. 17
HARRIS. CORA. On Friday. June 14.
I 940, CORA HARRIS She leaves to mouin
their loss a devoted husband. Burel Harris;
two sons. Preston and Elmer Harris- a
daughter. Edna Harris, and other relatives
and friends. Remains may be viewed after
II a m Sunday. June 16, at Campbell's
funeral home. 42.1 4th st s.w.
Funeral services will be held on Monday.
June 17. at 2 u m.. at the above funeral
home. Rev Edwards officiating. Relatives :
and friends invited. Interment Harmony
Cemetery. 10
HAI.E. ALMA CHAMBERLIN. On Satur
day. June 15. 1940. at the home of her
daughter. Mrs. Edward A. Farrell. 1ft West
Baltimore st.. Kensington. Md.. ALMA
CHAMBERLIN HALE, wife of the late
Dwight L. Hale.
Services from the Warner E Pumphrey
funeral home. 8424 Georgia ave.. Silver
Spring. Md.. Tuesday. June 18. at 2:30
p m Kindly omit flowers. 17
HAMMER. J. KELLER. On Saturday.
June lft. I94(i. J KELLER HAMMER, be
loved husband of Blanche E. Hammer and
father of Eleanor M Hammer and the late
Charles K. Hammer.
Remains resting at Hysongs funeral
home. 1300 N st. n.w., where services win
be held on Monday. June 17. at 3 pm.
Relatives and friends invited to attend.
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
HINES, CHARLES F. On Saturday.
June 1 ft. 1940. at Providence Hospital.
CHARLES F. HINES, beloved husband of
Hilda Hines <nee Lingebach) and brother
of Earl Hines. Ethel Leigh. Irene Flagg.
ARnes Howard and William Hines and
father of Charles and Joan and son of
Hannah Hines.
Funeral services at the Timothv Hanlon
funeral home. 64 1 H st. n.e. on Monday.
June 17. at 8:30 a m followed by tequiem
mass at St Aloysius Church at 9 a m. In
terment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Relatives
and friends Invited. ltj
HOLDEN, WAI TER SCOTT. On Thurs
day. June 13. 1940. at his residence 609
Morris place n.e . WALTER SCOTT
HOLDEN, beloved husband of Alice E.
Holden and lather of Alfred W. Holden
Funeral from the W. W. Deal funeral
home. 816 H st. n.e. on Monday. June 17,
at 2:3o n in. Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment Columbia Gardens. 16
HOLMES. EDWARD SILVESTER. De
parted this life on Friday. June 14. 1940.
at 12.20 am. at his residence. 1211 6th
st. n.W.. FT)WARD SILVF:STER HOLMES,
son of Elizabeth and the late Samuel
Holmes, husband of Marie Holmes brother
of William S. Holmes. Marie Janifer and
Margorie Brito.
Funeral Monday. June 17. at 1 pm.
from tlie W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church.
1412 You st. n.w.. Rev. R. D. Grymes of
ficiating. Relatives aiyi friend* invited.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 16
HOWLIN, WILLIAM. Suddenly on Fri
day. June 14. 1940. at West Beach. Md..
WILLIAM HOWLIN. beloved husband of
Margaret McAulifTe Howlin.
Funeral from his late residence. 1*25
Kentucky ave. s.e.. on Monday. June 17.
at !»:.'*(» a m : thence to Holy Comforter
Church, where mass will be offered at 10
am. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 3 0
JOHNSON. ANNIE. Suddenly. Friday.
June 14. 1940. at her residence. 915 1 *21h
m. n.e.. ANNIE JOHNSON, devoted wife of
Robert A Johnson. She also leaves a de
voted mother, four sisters and one bro'her.
Remains may be viewed at the Malvar A:
Schey funeral home. N J. ave. and R st.
nw. after Mondav. June 17. 10 a m*
where funeral will be held Monday. 8 P M.
Interment Richmond. Va. •
KENT. NANNETTE WILLIAMS. On Sat
urday. June 15. 194o. at her residence.
10*26 Mith st. n.w.. NANNETTR WILLIAMS
KENT, beloved mother of Otis Beali Kent
and Dudley M Kent of Fort Worth. Tex.
Remains resting at the S. H Hines Co.
funeral home. 32901 14th st. nw. Kindly
omit flowers
KLOEPFER. VICTORIA A On Saturday.
June 15. 1940. at Emergency Hospital.
VICTORIA A KLOEPFER beloved daughter
of Mrs Bertha F. Kloepfer and sister ot
Gertrude J. Kloepfer
Notice of funeral later.
KREAMER. BESSIE. On Friday. June 14.
194o BESSIE KREAMER of 1 *290 New
Hampshire ave. n w.. beloved sister of P. E.
Kr°amer.
Remains resting at Hysons'* funeral
home 1900 N st n.w.. where services will
be held on Sunday. June 16. at 9 Dm.
Relatives and friends invited to attend.
KUSTER. JOHN F. Suddenly, on Friday
June 14. 1940. at his home. Spring Lake
Park. Md . JOHN F KUSTER beloved
husband of Marie T. Quinn Kuster.
Funeral services at the Bethesda funeral
home of Wm. Reuben Pumphrev. 7005 Wis
consin ave. Monday. June IT. a: 32:JO
p.m. Interment Mount Zion Cemetery.
MARTH, FLORENCE A. On Saturday
June 15. 194(». at her residence. 4908
Kansas ave n.w.. FLORENCE A MARTH
the beloved mother of Harold A. and
Leonard E. Marth.
Funeral from the W. W. Deal funeral
home. 481*2 Georgia ave n.w., on Monday.
June 17. at *2 p.m Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 16
MARTIN. CARL A. Suddenly, on Satur
day. June 15. 1940. CARL A MARTIN of
‘2 3 9 7 Devonshire d1. n.w., beloved husband
of Pear] Holden Martin.
Friends ate invited to call at Gawler s
chapel. 1 756 Penna ave. n.w . where serv
ices will be heia on Monday. June 17. at 9
pm. Interment North Rovaiton. Ohio.
McKINLEY. MARTHA D. On Saturday.
June 15. 194(». at hei residence. 9 7*25 S st.
s.e.. MARTHA D. McKINLEY (nee Seguin',
beloved wife of William R. McKinley and
mother of Mrs James Fairburn and Char
lotte D. McKinley. Remain* resting at the
Chambers funeral home. 517 11th st. s.e..
until 11 a m . Monday. June 17.
Service* will be held at 97*25 S st. s.e
on Tuesday. June 18. at Jl a m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery. 17
MCSSETTER. MARY V. E. On Friday.
June 14. J940. at the home of her daugh
ter. Mrs. Naomi Mussetter Sanforc. 804
Kennebec ave . Takoma Park. Md.. MARY
V E. MUSSETTER. wife of ihe late Lemuel
Mussetter and grandmother of Edward
Dpan. Arnold Dean and Julian D Sanford,
.ir. Body resting at thp Warner E Pum
Phrey funeral home. 84*24 Georgia ave,.
Silver Spring. Md.
Graveside services on Tuesday. June 18.
at 1 I am. at Mount Olivet Cemetery,
Frederick City. Md. 17
NOKES. ALBERTA SIMMS. On Friday.
June 14. 1940. ALBERTA SIMMS NOKES.
daughter of the late Daniel and Elizabeth
Simms, granddaughter of the late Richard
and Margaret Gordon and beloved sister
of Eva E Hawkins. She also leaves other
relatives and friends.
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements
bv W. Ernest Jarvis. 16
PUTT. AUGUST <GUS). Suddenly, on
Friday. June 14. 1940. AUGUST (GUS'
PLITT. beloved son of the late August and
Dorothea Plitt and brother of George Plitt.
sr.: Eiizabeth Hanold and Minnie Plitt
Ravner.
Funeral services on Monday. June 17. at
32:90 p.m., at the Zurhorst funeral home.
901 East Capitol st. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Prospect Hill Cemetery.
ROSENSTEEL. REV. CHARLES O. On
Thursday. June 13. 1940. at Johnstown,
Pa . Rev. CHARLES O. ROSENSTEEL.
Body will lie in state after 4 p m. Sun
day. June 16. at St. John's Catholic Church.
Forest Glen. Md.. where solemn requiem
mass will be offered on Monday. June IT.
at 10:30 a m . for the repose of his soul.
Interment St. John's Cemetery. 16
ROSENSTEEL. REV. CHARLES O. Mem
bers of Forest Glen Council. No.
2169. are hereby notified of the
death of Brother CHARLES O.
ROSENSTEEL. a charter mem
ber of this council and honorary
chaplain The members are
requested to meet at the Council
Hall at 7:45 o'clock Sunday. June 16. 1940.
and proceed to St John's Church for the
recitation of the Rosary and prayers for
the deceased, at 8 o'clock.
VINCENT P LESTER. Grand Knight.
J. LEO LYNCH. Fin. Secty. 16
ROSENSTEEL, REV. CHARLES O. Mem
bers of Washington General As
sembly. 4th Degree. Knights of
Columbus, are notified of the death
of sir Knight Rev. CHARLES O.
ROSENSTEEL and are requested to
assemble at St. John s Rectory.
Forest Glen. Md.. on Sunday. June
16. 1940. at 8 p m., for recitation of the
Rosary. Reouiem mass Monday, June IT,
at 10:30 a m.
JOSEPH M. McKENNA. F. N.
J. FRED BRADY. F. C.
ROSS. WILLIAM. On Wednesday, June
12. 1940. at Gallinger Hospital. WILLIAM
ROSS. He leaves to mourn their ’oss a
wife. Elsie Ross: four daughters, one son.
a mother and father. Bessie and Mathis
Ross: one sister. Roberta Holden: three
brothers. Richard. John and Leon Ross:
one aunt. Ann Shirley Smith, and one
uncle. George Shirley. Other relatives and
friends also survive. Remains resting at
Eugene Ford's funeral home. 1300 South
Capitol st.. where remains may be viewed
Saturday. June 15. after 4 p.m.
Funeral Monday. June IT. at 9 am.,
from the St. Vincent de Paul Church. South
CaPitol and M sts s.e. Interment Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery. 16
SALTER. LOLISE F. On Saturday. June
15. 1940. LOUISE F. SAUTER.
Funeral from her late residence. 5207
14th st. n.w., on Tuesday. June 18. at 1:30
p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. Rel
I a lives and friends invited. IT
SCHWEINHALT. THOMAS F. On Fri
day. June 14, 1940. THOMAS F. SCHWEIN
HAUT. beloved husband of Clara Schwein
haut.
Funeral from Collins’ funeral home,
3821 14th st. n.w . on Monday. June 17,
at 8:30 am. Requiem mass at St.
Michael's Church. Silver Spring. Md., at 9
a m. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 16
SCOTT, THOMAS A. On Saturday. June
15. 1940, THOMAS A SCOTT. 921 French
st. n.w . beloved husband -of Miriam B.
Scott and devoted father of Mrs. Lucy N.
Andrews and Alfred. James K.. Benjamin
F. and the late William Henry Scott. Also
surviving are three brothers. Hon. Armond
W. Scott Dr. Egbert Scott of Philadelphia.
Pa., and Robert Scott of Wilmington. N. C..
and two grandchildren. William H. and
Silvia B. Scott.
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements
by McGuire. •
SIMMS, FANNIE BARBARA. On Friday.
June 14. 1940. at her home. Franconia
rd . Fairfax County. Va., FANNIE BAR
RARA SIMMS, widow of J. J. Simms. She
is survived by two daughters. Mrs. Phillip
J. Wise and Mrs James Potter, and one
son. Charles H. Simms.
Funeral services will be held on Monday.
June 17. at 3 p.m. at Sharon Chapel. In
terment Sharon Cemetery, 16
K
Freer Will Speak
Commissioner Robert E. Freer of
the Federal Trade Commission will
deliver the principal address at the
21st annual meeting of the Wash
ington Better Business Bureau at
12:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Raleigh
Hotel. Members of the Washington
Advertising Club will attend* the
meeting in a group.
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SNIFFIN' ELSIE W. Suddenly, on
Thursday. June 14. 1940. at Parris Island,
S C., ELSIE W. SNIFFIN (nee Vierbuchent.
wife of Copt. Charles D Sniffln. U. 8. M
C : daughter of the late John P and Anna
M. Vierbuchen and mother of Charles Ray
mond Sniffln. Remains resting at the Lee
funeral home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.
Funeral services Monday. June IT. at 10
a m., at Fort Myer Chapel. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 10
STEEVER. EDGAR ZELL. Suddenly on
Thursday. June J4. 1940, Col. EDGAR
ZELL STEEVER. 4d. United States Air
Corps (retired), beloved husband cf Annie
Thompson Steever of Cathedral Mansions.
Remains resting at the Bethesda funeral
home of Wm. Reuben Pumphrev. 7U05
Wisconsin ave.
Funeral services at Fort Myer Chapel on
Monday. June 17, at 11 a m. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 10
SUDDUTH. WILLIAM H. On Thursday.
June 10. 1940. at JefTersonton. Va . WIL
LIAM H. SUDDUTH of 511.1 Chevy Chase
parkway Chevy Chase. D. C . beloved hus
band of VanNetta Givaudan Sudduth and
father of VanNetta Manning Rosemary
Jane. Truman H. and William H. Sud
duth. .ir.
Funeral services at the Church of the
Epiphany, lit 17 G st n.w.. on Monday.
June 17. at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery 18
TAYLOR. LAURA A. Departed this life
Saturday, June 15. 1940 at her residence.
2.10 Kith si. s.e LAURA A. TAYLOR, de
voted wife of Joshua Taylor and loving
sister of Mrs Elizabeth Curry.
Funeral Tuesday. June IK. from St.
Cyprian's Church. Kith and C sts. s.e..
where solemn requiem mass will be sai^
for the repose of her soul at 9 a m Friends
and relatives invited Interment Mount
Olivet Cemeierv Funeral arrangements by
the W. Earl Better funeral home. 1 ;•
THOMAS. ARTHUR. Departed this life
Thursday. June Kt. 1940. at his residence,
12.44 Hopkins pi. se. ARTHUR THOMAS
He leaves to mourn their loss a devoted
wife. Julia Thomas, and many friends.
Remains resting at Rollins’ funeral home.
4449 Hunt pi. n.e., until 1 :.'{<) p.m. Sun
day. June 16: thereafter at his late resi
dence.
Funeral Monday. June 17. at 1 pm.
from St. Paul's A. U. M P. Church. 4th
and I sis. s.e.. Rev. Scott officiating. Inter
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. HI*
THOMPSON, IVAN W. On Friday June j
14 1940. at Siblev Hospital. IVAN W.
I THOMPSON, beloved husband of Louise
Thompson and lather of Keith. Joyce. Ken
neth and Ivan Thompson.
Remains resting at the Hysong funeral
home. l.'i(M) N st. n.w.. where Legion serv
ice will be held Monday. June 17. at 8
p.m. Mass at st. Francis De Sales Church
Tuesday. June IK. at 10 am. Relatives
and friends invited to attend. Interment '
Arlington National Cemetery. IT
TOLSON, DANIEL LIN WOOD. On Fri
day June 14. 194o at Georgetown Hos
pital. DANIEL LIN WOOD TOLSON. be
loved son of Mr and Mrs. James J. Tolson
of Triangle. Va. He is survived by five
sisters and threp brothers
Funeral services on Monday. June IT
1940. at 2 pin. at Woodbine Baptist
Church, conducted by Rev. A. H. Shumate
Interment Woodbine Cemetery Relatives j
and friends invited Services by the Hall .
funeral home. Occoquan. Va
VERTS. EMMA ANN. On Saturday. June
| 15. at (he home of her daughter. Mrs. W
l O. Dosh. Gaithersburg. Md EMMA ANN
VERTS, beloved wife of the lat* George Wr
J Verts, formerly of Leesburg. Va. Funeral
| services at the above residence. Tuesday
June IK. at It) am. Interment Leesbuig. i
Va IT
WALL. W BRAXTON On Fridav. June
14. i 94 u W BRAXTON WALL devoted
hu.-band of Bertha P Wall, son of thr
late George and Hattie Wall, brother of
Janie Jackson. Captola Jones. Frank and
1 Charlie Wall He also leaves manv pieces,
nephews and other relatives and friends
Remains resting at *he Stewart funeral
home. .40. H st. n.e . after .4 P m. Sunday,
i June 16.
Funeral Sundav. June 16. at K pm.
from the above funeral home. Interment
Durham. N C. J6
i WALL. BRAXTON. The officers and
members of Fidelity Chapter. No. 10. O E
S. are notified of the death of Past Pa’ron
BRAXTON WALL on Friday. June 14. 1940.
SUSIE BANK W. M.
! P M. ESSIE HICKMAN. Secretary.
WALL. W. BRAXTON. The Fidelity Lodge.
No 2o. F. A A M . will assemble on Sun
day. June 16. J94o at 6.,40 p.m . at the
Scottish Rite Cathedral. 16.44 11 th st
n.w.. for last Masonic rites for our past
master. Wr BRAXTON WALL. By order of
i the worshipful master
WILLIAM H KEMPER.
Attest: RUDOLPH STEW’ART.
WOOD. MARY. Suddenly, on Saturday
June 15. 194(». MARY WOOD beloved
daughter of Mrs Henrietta Jackson 426
You st n.w. Surviving are a brother.
James Crawley: two aunts. Rebecca Grav
. and Louise Crawley; a great aunt. Mrs
Ellen Randall, and other relatives and
1 friends
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements
bv McGuire. •
WRIGHT. KATIE. On Thursday. June
14 1940. a- Gallinger Hospital. KATIE
WRIGHT She is survived by two children
James and Mabel Wright: five sisters, three
brothers, one aunt end other relatives and
friends Remains resting a’ Frazier s fu
I neral home. 489 P I ave n w.
Funeral service Monday. June 17 at 2
pm. Rev K. W Roy officiating Relative*
and friends invited. Interment Payne s
Cemetery. 16
lit iHmuriam
BI.AND, JOHN EDWARD. In loving
memory of my husband. JOHN EDWARD
BLAND, who departed this life five years
ago today. June Id. 1935.
Days of sadness still come over me.
Hidden tears so often flow.
, Memory keeps you always near me.
Although vou left m*> five years ago.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE. ETTA T. BLAND. •
CARTER. JOHN IV. A tribute of love
and remembrance on Father s Dav to our
dear husband and father JOHN W
CARTER, who passed away five years ago.
March Id. 1935.
He is not dead, he is lust away.
In a beautiful land, uhere it is always dav.
With its Jasper Knolls and its citv so fair.
He is peacefully resting, awaiting us there.
LOVING WIFE AND CHILDREN.
CHRISTIE. DELLA WILLS The passing
years link themselves together in un
■ forgotten sacred succession, and com
memorate the memorial tribute to our
dearly beloved wife mother and grand
mother. DELLA WILLS CHRISTIE, who
departed this life ten years ago today.
June Id. 1930.
Mother, dear. howr much we’ve missed you.
All the days that you've been gone.
And in our hearts the memory of you
Can ne'er be changed as time rolls on.
THE FAMILY. •
EDWARDS. HORACE LEON. In loving
remembrance of my devoted brother.
HORACE LEON EDWARDS, who passed
away four years ago today. June Id. ] 93d
It seems that it was lust a dav
you took the train and went away.
. We miss you so much.
A DEVOTED SISTER. MARGUERITE COLE.
GIBSON. IRVING. In loving memory of
father and grandfather.
IRVING GIBSON, who fell asleep in Jesus
Trl2!L'^'onp vpars ago todav June Id. 1909
LUBELLE E. BUTLER. ESTHER B. SUTTON
JONES. BISHOP EDWARD D. W\ Sacred
to the memory of my husband and our
father. BISHOP EDWARD D W. JONES
who entered eternal rest five years ago
today June Id, 1935
The loved one who has left us
For the place of heavenly rest
will live in God s own tender care
And bp forever blessed.
WIFE. SON AND DAUGHTER-IN-LAW. •
LANAHAN. JOHN J. In loving remem
brance of JOHN J. LANAHAN. who passed
away twenty-eight years aeo today. June
Id, 1911.
THE FAMILY. •
LUCAS, SAMUEL T. A tribute of love
to the memory of our brother. SAMUEL
T. LUCAS, who passed away one year ago
June 15. lH:t!t DOUCHI EMORY. •
WYNES, CHARLOTTE C. AND HAROLD.
In loving remembrance of our dear daugh
ter and sister. CHARLOTTE C. WYNES.
who departed this life six years ago today,
June HI. in:i4. and HAROLD WYNES. who
departed this life February K. 1H40.
__THE FAMILY. •
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Conchita, Toast of Gold Camps
In Wild West Era, Dead at 79
By the Associated Press.
SOUTH COLBY, Wash., June 15.
—"Conchita, the California favor
ite” who once was the toast of
the gold camps, will be buried to
morrow beside her husband, J. Leo
Shaw, "the original man on the
flying trapeze.”
Conchita—Maria de la Concep
cion Conchita Seraflna Bacigalupi
Shaw—died Thursday at the age
of 79 far from the footlighted fame
of her early-day vaudeville troup
ing career.
Once she played California gold
camps, the sophisticated salons of
19th century Boston and "packed
them in” at Leadville, Cripple Creek,
Cheyenne, Denver, Butte and Fair
banks, Alaska, when those mining
centers were at their wildest.
Her husband, as "Munis Leo,”
was a famous circus acrobat when
he met 16-year-old Conchita while
playing Madison Square Garden in
New York. They married and be
gan trouping together, climaxing
their career by being featured on
the same billing with T. W. Keene,
the great tragedian in San Fran
cisco in ’75.
Mrs. Shaw made her first stage
appearance as “Little Willie” in
"East Lynne,” when she was 8.
Later, as a member of the Child
Opera Company. New York City,
she toured the West Indies as a
singer and actress.
One of the Shaws’ favorite recol
lections was the time roadside ruf
fians halted their stagecoach on
the plains and ordered a "command
performance.” Conchita sang the
sentimental ballad. "Is Mother
Thinking of Her Boy?” The high
waymen, in a burst of apprecia
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tion, fired their six-guns in the
air, then filled her apron with gold
dust and nuggets.
Roosevelt Signs Bill
Protecting Bald Eagle
America’s emblematic bird, the
bald eagle, threatened with extinc
tion, is protected from hunters and
collectors in a bill which has just
been approved by President Roose
velt.
In directing attention to the act,
Secretary of the Interior Ickes yes
terday pointed out that it prohibits
destruction of the bird throughout
the United States and all is posses
sions, with the exception of Alaska.
Persons taking, possessing or deal
ing in bald eagles without a Federal
permit will be liable to a minimum
penalty of $500 fine, sir months’ im
; prisonment or both.
Secretary Ickes, however, is auth
! orized to issue permits to repre
; sentatives of museums, scientific so
j cieties or zoological parks.
The bald eagle was adopted as the
national symbol by the Continental
Congress of 1782.
The Bald Eagle Act of 1940 was
sponsored by two Massachusetts
members, Senator Walsh and Repre
! sentative Clason.
LI. 5537 LI. 5537
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FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Ambulance Service
510 C St. N.E.
North Sid* of Stanton Park
Funeral Tomorrow
For Pvt. Blackwell
Funeral services for Policeman
Otho L. Blackwell, who died Thurs
day In Casualty Hospital of a gun
shot wound within a few hours after
he shot and killed Sergt. Charles F.
Cummins in the 12th precinct sta
tion house, will be held at 10:30 a.m.
tomorrow at the Sardo Funeral
Home, 412 H street N.E. Burial will
be In Arlington National Cemetery.
Pvt. Blackwell, who lived at 3017
Central avenue S.E., had been a
policeman and a resident of Wash
ington since 1924. A native of
Magee, Miss., he served in the Navy
from 1919 until 1923. During his
years on the force, Pvt. Blackwell
was commended four times for brav
ery. He had been in ill health more
than a year.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Dor
othy Portch Blackwell, and two sons,
Otho, jr., 13, and John Andrew, 11.
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Jackson to Be Speaker
At La Follette Rites
By the Associated Press.
MADISON, Wis., June 15.—Plans
were announced today for a lunch
eon gathering of Wisconsin Pro
gressives here June 23 in honor of
Attorney General Jackson, who will
be principal speaker at the 15th
annual memorial service for Senator
Robert M. La Follette, sr.
The luncheon will precede cere
monies at the La Follette grave in
Forest HillOmetery.
G. P, 0. Orchestra to Play
The Government Printing Office
Orchestra, under the direction of
Leon Brusiloff. will present concerts
Tuesday and Wednesday nights in
Harding Hall. The latter date will
be for colored persons. The com
bined glee clubs will sing.
LI 2204 AT 1622
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tables amazingly
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