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HERBERT, WILLIAM F. We wish to
extend our thanks and appreciation to
our many friends for their sympathy and
kind services at the death of our husband
and father. WILLIAM F HERBERT.
THE FAMILY. •
3ratlia
ATOHI. NICK. On Friday. July R,
1040, at his residence, 1333 Maryland a\e
n.e.. NICK ATOHI, beloved husband of
Amen Atohi.
Remains resting at his late residence
Until Saturday. July 3. at 1:30 pm.;
thence to St. George’s Syrian Orthodox
Church. 1009 8th st. n.w . where services
will be held at 2 p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Congressional
Cemetery.
BEACH. MARY E. On Thursday. July 4.
1940. at the residence of her daughter,
Mrs. Stella J. Kreamer. at Forestville Md.,
MARY E. BEACH, beloved wife of the late
James H. Beach.
Services at the above residence on Satur
day. July 3. at 3 p.m. Relatives and
friends invited Interment Congressional
Cemetery. Services by Chambers' South
east funeral home.
BENSON, ALBERT LEE. On Wednes
day. July 3. 1940. ALBERT LEE BENSON,
the beloved brother of James H. Benson.
Services at Sterling. Va.. Methodist
Church on Saturday, July 3. at 2 p.m.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Sterling Cemetery. Sterling. Va. services
by Chambers' Georgetown funeral home. U
BIRC KHEAD. ELIZABETH J. On Thurs
day July 4. 1940. ELIZABETH J. BIRCK
HEAD. widow of the late Robert N. Birck
head of Friendship. Anne Arundel County,
Md., and mother of Mrs. L. Andrew Heiss,
Mrs. Frank Smith. Mrs. Wallace Paddy
and Russell R.. Oscar E. and Hugh C.
Birckheaa. Remains resting at Birch’s
funeral home. 3034 M st n.w.
Funeral services and interment at Friend
ship. Md.. on Saturday. July 6, at 2 p.m.
(Calvert County napers please copy.)
BRAGGS, ALLEN. On Wednesday, July
3. 1940. ALLEN BRAGGS of 1412 11th st.
n.w. He is survived by many friends.
Arrangements by Malvan & Schey. *
CAMPBELL, HELEN. On Friday. July
R. 1940. at her residence. 423 4th st. s.w..
HELEN CAMPBELL, beloved wile of Albert
C. Campbell, sister of Mrs. Ada Hackett
of Baltimore. Md. Also surviving are iwo
nieces, two nechews and a sister-in-law,
other relatives and friends.
Notice of funeral later.
CLAYTON. WALTER O. On Thursday.
July 4. 1940. WALTER O. CLAYTON, be
loved husband of Nellie Swart Clayton and
father of Nola Clayton Turner.
Funeral services at his late home at
Oxford. N C. on Saturday. July ♦>. at 9
a m. Interment Marshall Cemetery. Mar
shall. Va.. at 4 p.m. Saturday.
t l M.MlNtiS, WILLIAM P. On Thurs
day. July 4. 1940. in Baltimore. Md.. at
the Church Home and Infirmary. WIL
LIAM P. CUMMINGS, beloved husband of
Grace Lee Bateman Cummings and father
of Katharine Cummings and Mrs. Lee
Cummings Dockman.
Funeral from the home of his nephew.
Alexander L. Cummings. 15 W. Mulberry
st.. Baltimore. Md.. on Saturday. July 6,
at 9:40 a m. Requiem mass at the Cathe
dral. Mulberry and Cathedral sts. Balti
more at 10 a.m. Interment Greenmount
Cemetery.
DECATUR, KATHALEEN F. On Thurs
day. July 4. 1940. KATHALEEN E. DE
CATUR. beloved wife of Herbert Decatur
ejyd mother cf June. Raymond. Doris and
Jane Decatur.
Funeral from her late residence. 1427
Fotomac ave. s.e . on Monday. July 8. at
10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. 7
DUNCAN. TONY. Suddenly, on Tuesday.
July 2. 1940. at his residence. 1547 5th st.
n.w , TONY DUNCAN, devoted husband of
Adele Pulliam Duncan Hr leaves to mourn
their loss a devoted wife three sisters, two
brothers, two cousins and other relatives
and friends.
Remains may be viewed at his late resi
dence after t> p.m. Friday, where services
will be held Saturday Juiy o. at 2 p.m.
Services by Stewart's funeral home.
FAGAN. FRANCIS L. On Wednesday.
July 4. 1940. at his residence. 600 Kenyon
st. n.w . FRANCIS L. FAGAN, beloved
husband of Irma X. Fagan and son of Mr.
and Mrs Francis S. Fagan and brother
of Mrs. Elizabeth Weaver. Remains rest
ing at thf above residence.
Services at St. Paul's Episcopal Church.
2.4rd st. near Washington Circle n.w . on
Saturday, July 6. at 2:.40 p m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Rock Creek
Cemetery. Services by Chambers'.
GARTRELL. GEORGE M. On Friday.
July 5. 1940, a*, his residence. 1.4 N st. n.w..
GEORGE M GARTRELL. beloved husband
of Sara A. Gartreil <nee Chester).
Funeral from the above residence Mon
day. July 8. at 8:40 a.m.: thence to St.
Aloysius Church, where requiem mass will
be said at 9 a m. for the repose of his
*oul. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Arlington National Cmetery. 7
GREEN. WILLIAM AARON. Departed
this life Wednesday. July 4. 1940. at his
residence. 728 4rd st. s.e.. WILLIAM
AARON GREEN, beloved husband of Mamie
Diggs Green, brother of the late# Ella
Green Pleasure. Joseph and Maurice Green
and Lena Green Bruce. He also is sur
vived by a niece and two nephews.
Remains resting at Frazier’s funeral
home. .489 Rhode Island ave. n.w.. until 2
p.m Friday. July 5: thereafter at his late
residence, where funeral services will be
held on Saturday. July 6. at 9 a.m. In
terment Arlington National Cemetery. 5
GREEN, AARON W. On Wednesday.
July ,4. 1940. at his residence,
728 4rd st. s.e.. AARON W.
J GREEN. He is survived by his
iivfjBiM Mamie Green, and a host
I of other relatives and friends.
Funeral from his late residence.
Saturday. July 6. at 9 o'clock
s m. Interment Arlington National Cem
etery. By order of Seret. George Berry
Camp. No. 10 Department of the Potomac.
ARTHUR G. TAYLOR. Commander.
C. A. CARNISH. Adjt. •
HAMMANN, JACOB. On Wednesday,
July 4. 1940 at his residence, near Ger
mantown. Md.. JACOB HAMMANN. be
loved husband of Joan Hartley Hammann.
Funeral services Sunday. July 7. at 2
p m.f at McDonald Chapel. Prince Orchard.
Md. Interment Forest Oak Cemetery,
Gaithersburg. Md. 7
HANSEN. MYXNE AMELIA. On Thurs- j
day. July 4. 1940, at Emergency Hospital. I
WYNNE AMELIA HANSEN. 2127 Cali-!
fornia st. n.w., beloved mother of Robert I
Lorenz Hansen.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w . on Sunday, July
7 at 2 p.m. Intermen' private.
HENDERSON. ROBERT. On Wednes
day. July 4. 1940. ROBERT HENDERSON
of 1621 N. J ave. n.w.. devoted father of
Robert Henderson, ir.. and Virginia H.
Briggs: brother of Thomas and Annie Hen- |
derson and Violet Briggs and undo of
Esther Newton He also is survived by
Other relatives and friends.
Funeral from the Malvan & Schey fu
neral home. N. J avp. and R st. n.w . Sat
urday. July 6. at 4:40 p.m. Interment
Woodlawn Cemetery. •
HUTCHISON. CHARLOTTE TAILINE
On Thursday. July a. 1940. CHARLOTTE
PAULINE HUTCHISON, beloved mother of
Mrs. L. V. Friedli. Mrs Pauline Phillips and
Lawrence E. Hutchison.
Funeral from the W W. Deal funeral
home. 4812 Georgia avp. n.w. on Monday.
July 8. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends
invited Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 7
JONES, MARY POOLE. On Thursday
Julv 4. 1940. at her home. Braddock
Heights. Md MARY POOLE JONES, be
loved daughter of the late John and Mary
Hayes Jones.
Funeral from her late home on Satur
day. July H, at 11 a m Interment Mo
nocacy Cemetery. Beallsville. Md.
KEYSER, ELIZABETH. On Friday. July
K 1940, at her residence. 110 Wooten ave.,
Chevy Chase. Md.. ELIZABETH KEYSER.
wife of the late John Keyser and mother of
George A. Keyser. Remains resting at the
S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th
fit. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
LYNCH, JOSEPH THOMAS. On Thurs
day. July 4. 1940. at his home, near Da
mascus. Md.. JOSEPH THOMAS LYNCH,
beloved husband of Elsie Brown Lynch.
Funeral services at the Bethesda funeral
home of Wm. Reuben Pumnhrey. 7005
Wis. ave.. Monday. July 8. at. 10 a.m. In
terment Rock Creek Cemetery. 7 i
McCarthy, FRANK W. Suddenly, on
Wednesday. July 3. 1940. FRANK W.
MCCARTHY, devoted brother of Mrs Ber
tha M. Brown, uncle of Mrs. Frances B.
Allen. Remains resting at the W. Ernest
Jarvis funeral church. 1432 You st. n.w-.
Funeral Saturday. Julv o. at 2 n.m .
from the above funeral church. Rev. F. I.
A. Bennett officiating Relatives and ;
friends invited. Interment Lincoln Me- !
mortal Cemetery.
MORGAN. LINA S. On Wednesday.
July 3. 1940 at Detroit. Mich. I,IN A S.
MORGAN, beloved wife of Jesse W. Mor
gan and mother of Jesse A Morgan and ■
Mrs. Corlnne E. Schulz. Remains arrive
Friday morning. July 5.
Funeral services at Chambers’ funeral
home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w. on Saturday.
July 8. at 11 a m. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery.
MORTON, ROBERT. On Tuesday. Julj
2. 1*940. at 7 p.m., at Philadelphia- Pa..
ROBERT MORTON, the beloved father of 1
Matthew'. Robert. Dr. Albert Morton of I
Philadelphia and Harrv Morton: brother of 1
Matthew Morton, deceased; uncle of Sarah i
Hailstork.
Funeral services Friday. July 5. at 8
pm., in Philadelphia. Interment at Har
mony Cemetery. Washington. D. C.. July
6 at 12 m. *
NUSSEAR CLARA L. On Tuesday. July
2. 1940. at Little Rock. Ark,. CLARA L.
NUSSEAR. beloved mother of Edmund C. J
Nussear. Remains resting at the Zurhorst i
funeral home. 301 East Capitol st.. after
8 a m. Friday.
Funeral from the above-named funeral
home on Saturday. July 6. at 2 p.m. In
terment Congressional Cemetery. 5
NUSSEAR. CLARA L. A special meet
ing of Martha Chapter. No. 4. O. E. S..
is called for Saturday. July 8. 1940. at
1 p.m.. at the Naval Lodge Building. 4th
st. and Pa. ave. s.e.. for the purpose of
conducting the funeral service for our late
sister. Mrs. CLARA L. NUSSEAR. By or
der of the worthy matron
EVELYN S. HURSH. Secretary.
PELLOWE, ELLA LEE. On Wednesday.
July 3, 1940 at Sibley Memorial Hosnital.
ELLA LEE PELLOWE. beloved wife of Al
bert E. Pellowe. sister of Mrs. Eva M.
Sweney. Mrs. Bessie R. Cauthers and Wil
liam E. George, and niece of Grace E.
Duckett
Funeral from her late residence. 347
Kentucky ave. s.e.. on Saturday. July 8.
at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 5
PELLOWE. ELLA LEE. The members of
Betsy Ross Council. No. 25. Daughters of
America, are requested to assemble at 347
Kentucky ave. s.e.. at 8 o’clock Fridav eve
ning. July 5. 1940. to attend the ritualistic
services to be held in loving remembrance
of our deceased sister. ELLA LEE PEL
LOWE. Sister Pellowe was a charter
member and a past councilor of Betsy
Ross Council.
FAYE A FRAZIER. Councilor.
MAUDE A. WINE. Secretary. 6
Hratha
PINCH. RUTH. On Thursday. July 4,
l!»4ii. at her residence. Hill Meade, Md„
RUTH PINCH
Services and Interment at Holy Trinity
Parish. Collington. Md.. on Saturday. July
6. at 4 p.m. 6
POWELL. EDWARD J. On Thursday,
July 4, 1940. at United States Naval Hos
pital. EDWARD J. POWELL, beloved hus
band of Florence Powell.
Funeral from his late residence. 432
North Nelson st., Arlington. Va . on Sat
urday. July fi. at 9:30 a m. Requiem mass
at St. Thomas More Church. North Thomas
st. near Lee blvd.. at 10 a m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery. Arrangements b.v P. A. Talta
vull.
PRATT. CECELIA B. On Thursday,
July 4. 1940. at her residence. 940 S st.
n.w., CECELIA B. PRATT, widow of James
F. Pratt.
Funeral services at her late residence
Saturday. July e, at 1 p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment at Harmony
Cemetery. Arrangements by McGuire. •
SAVAGE. FRANCIS E. On Wednesday,
July 3. 1940, at Providence Hospital,
FRANCIS E SAVAGE of 4434 Ivy st .
Brentwood. Md.. beloved husband of Anna
E Savage. Remains resting at Gasch's
funeral home. 4d Maryland ave.. Hyatts
ville. Md.
Services at the above funeral home on
Saturday. July 6, at 3 p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Evergreen Cem
etery. Bladensburg. Md. (New Haven,
Conn., papers please copy.) 5
STINSON, KATHERINE ELLA. On Fri
5. 1940, KATHERINE ELLA
STINSON, beloved mother of Vernon Stin
son. daughter of Myrtle Marple and sister
of Margaret Brooks, Vera. Lewis and Wll
liam Marple.
Services at Chambers’ Georgetown fu
neral home. 3072 M st. n w.. on Monday,
iuly & at 1 P-m. Interment Columbia
Gardens Cemetery. 7
STRICKLER. HOWARD P. On Wednes
Emergency Hospital,
HOWARD P. STRICKLER. beloved hus
band of Minnie R. Strickler. He also is
survived, by two brothers. Barbour and
Ellis Strickler. and one sister. Miss Lottie
Strickler. all of Somerset, Va
Remains resting at Hy song’s funeral
home. 1300 N st. n.w., where services will
be held Saturday. July 6- at 2 p.m. Rel
atives and friends invited. Interment
Glenwood Cemetery. 5
TAYLOR. THOMAS TUDOR. On Thurs
day July 4. 1040. at his residence. Dunn
Lor in g Va . THOMAS TUDOR TAYLOR,
beloved husband of Mary Grove Taylor and
father of Frank Romine Taylor. Also sur
viving is one sister. Mrs. R. L. Savage of
Washington. D C . and one brother. Wal
ter Taylor of Arkansas.
Remains resting at his late residence,
where funeral services will be held Satur
day. Julv 6. at 2 p.m. Interment Andrew
Chapel Cemetery.
THURBER. GEORGE ALBERT. On
Wednesday. July 3. 1040. at 1211 North
Cleveland st.. Arlington. Va.. GEORGE AL
BERT THURBER. beloved husband of
Mary Etta Thurber (nee Perkins) and son
of the late George William and the late
Mary A. Thurber He also Is survived bv
two sisters. Mrs. Mary Emma Mott of White
Plains, N. Y., and Mrs. Clarence Fowler of
New Jersey.
Remains resting at the Ives funeral
home. 2847 Wilson blvd.. Arlington. Va.,
where funeral services will be held Satur
day. July o. at 2:30 p m. Interment Con
gressional Cemetery, Washington. D. C. 4
TUCKER. BEVERLY Suddenly Wednes
day. July 3. J<>40. BEVERLY TUCKER of
5215 Cloud place ne devoted son of
Bertha Tucker and brother of Pauline T.
Drake. He also is survived by many other
relatives and friends
Remains may be viewed at the Malvan &
Schev funeral home. N. J. ave. and R st.
n w after Friday. 4 cm. where funeral
services will be held Saturday. July «. 1
pm. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cem
etery. •
WILLARD. ALBERT H. On Wednesday.
July 3. 1940 ALBERT H. WILLARD, be
loved husband of Mary J Willard, father
of Howard E. Willard. Ella Mav Willard
and Catherine Ashton.
Funeral from Chambers’ funeral home.
517 llth st se on Saturdav. July 0. at
0:30 a m Services in For: Myer Chanel
at 10 a m. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. 5
YATES. MATILDA M. (BLANCHE). On
V* ednesday. July 3, 1940. at her res dence,
1517 Good Hope rd. s.e. MATILDA M
< BLANCHE' YATES, beloved wife of the
late Clem Yates and mother of Mrs Agnes
Webb and Mrs Alma A. ButerbauRh.
Funeral from hei late residence on Sat
urday. July at 9 am.: thence to St.
Theresa’s Catholic Church. 13th and V sts.
s.e where mass will be offered a* 0:30
a.m. for the repose of her soul. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery. 5
In iHrmnrtam
ADAMS, MAUDELLA. Sacred to the
memory of my wife and our beloved moth
er. MAUDELLA ADAMS, who passed away
one year ago today. July 5. 1939.
Deep in our hearts lies a picture.
Of a dear one laid to rest:
In memory's frame we will treasure it.
Because she was one of the best
HER HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. LOUISE.
THEDA MAE. LORRAINE. KENNETH.
FRED AND LLOYD.
ADAMS, MAUDELLA. Tn lovine remem
brance of our dear sister. MAUDELLA
ADAMS wrh«2 departed this life one year
ago today. July 5. 3 030.
Deep in our hearts lies a picture
Of a loved one laid to rest:
In memory’s frame we shall keep it.
Because she was one of the best.
HER SISTER AND BROTHERS
BAILEY. CHARLOTTE AND EDWARD.
In loving memory and grateful apprecia- '
tion of devotion of our daughter and sis
ter. CHARLOTTE BAILEY, who departed
thi* life three years aeo today July 5.
3 937. and our husband and father. FD
WARD BAILEY, who passed away five
years ago. July 12. 1935.
In memory I ofttimes see
The ones I loved so dear:
The vision grows so clear sometimes.
I feel thev must be near.
BLANCHE BAILEY AND FAMILY. •
BRUMBAUGH. ALLIE V In loving re
membranre of our dear wife and mother.
ALLIE V. BRUMBAUGH, who denarted
this life eight, years ago toriRy, July 5.
3 032.
Sunshine passes, shadows fall.
I.ove's remembrance outlasts all:
And though the vears be manv or few.
Thev will be filled with memories, dear
mother, of you.
FAMILY. •
CARTER, LIT.A .T. In lovine memory of
our dear mother. LULA J. CARTER who
passed awav seventeen years ago today.
July 5. 1023.
Thev «.ay that time will heal all wounds.
They sav the Lord knows best
B''1 we will never forge’ the dav
That we laid you to rest
HER DEVOTED CHILDREN •
CTSSF.LT.. ISABELLE. In memory of my
loving mother. ISABELLE CISSFLI v ho
passed *o the grpat beyond two vears ago
today. July 5. 1038.
When moments are dark
And friends are few.
I miss vo much, dear mother.
The advice I cot from you.
I'll miss your smile, your cheery ways.
I'll miss you to the end of mv days:
I miss you when I need a fripnd—
On vou I alwav.v could depend
YOUR DFVOTED DAUGHTER. EDNA
TUCKSON. •
1r.u/i. ip loving mem
ory of our dear mother. CECELIA FER
GUSON who departed this life ten years
ago today. Julv 5. 1930.
Rest in peace, dear mother of mine.
What a beautiful memory you left behind.
LOVTNG DAUGHTERS. JOSFPHINF GILES
RICHARDSON AND FLORENCE FUL
LER.
HALL. DESIREE V. Sacred to the mem
ory of our darline daughter, granddaugh
ter and niece. DESIREE V. HALL, who
entered into eternal rest two years aeo
today. July 5. 1938.
Let us think of her today.
Sleeping, resting, just awav:
Restin'* where no shadows fall—
In perfect peace she awaits us all.
HEP LOVING FATHER AND MOTHER.
MURRAY H AND ETHEL R. HALL.
Gone from ‘this world to a peaceful rest.
Callrd by God. who knoweth best:
Sweet in my memory she will always re
main
Until in He»yen we meet, again.
HFR DEVOTED GRANDMOTHER. CARRIE
V. CARROLL.
A true heart that loved you with the deep- ;
est affection
Always will love you just the same:
Unknown and forgotten to some she i
mav be.
But the grave that contains her is sacred
to me
HER DEVOTED UNCLES ELMER C. AND
RAYMOND L CARROLL. •
JONES, LOUISA M. In memoriam to
our beloved mother and grandmother.
LOUISA M. JONES, who left us one year
ago today. July 5. 1939.
A servant of God. well done.
HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. •
McILWAIN. LYDIA G. In sad but lov
ing remembrance of our beloved sister.
LYDIA G McILWAIN. who passed away
six years ago today. Julv 5. 1934.
’Tis sweet to remember her who once was
here.
Though absent to us she is just as dear:
The midnight stars shine on the grave
Of the one we loved, but could not save.
LOVING SISTERS AND BROTHER. HAT
TIE. CONNIE AND NATHANIEL McTL
WAIN. •
NESLINE, ADELINE E. In sad and lov
ing remembrance of my dear sister. ADE
LINE E. NESLINE. who departed this life
thirteen years ago today. Julv 5, 1927.
JOHN C. CHEVALIER. •
SMITH. SUSAN. In memory of our
dear wife and mother. SUSAN SMITH, ^io
departed this life one year ago today. July
6. 1939.
Gone, but not forgotten.
HER DEVOTED HUSBAND AND CHIL
DREN. *
SOBOTKA. FRANK. In loving memory
of my dear husband. FRANK SOBOTKA.
who departed this life one year ago to
day. Julv 5. 1939.
Days of sadness still come over me.
Hidden tears so often flow;
Memory keeps you always near me.
Although you left me one year ago.
WIFE. •
TAYLOR. MARGARET. Sacred to the
memory of a losing and devoted mother.
MARGARET TAYLOR, resting in the greet
beyond since July 5. 191<>. who still lives In
our hearts.
Beautiful life is that whose span
Is spent in duty to God and man;
Beautiful calm when the course is run.
Beautiful twilight at set of sun.
Beautiful death with life well done.
HER CHILDREN. •
VIRNSTEIN. JOHN H. In sad but lov
ing remembrance of our dear one. JOHN
H. VIRNSTEIN. who departed this life
nine years ago today. July 5. 1931.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE AND FAMILY.
1
CHICAGO.—TOPPING GETS A MOUTHFUL—Sonja Henie feeds Dan Topping a bite of wedding
cake after their marriage yesterday in the Gold Coast apartment of Arthur H. Wirtz who is
holding the cake tray. -A. P. wirephoto.
~ " A • —— ■ - -
Sonja Henie, Skating Star,
Third Wife of Dan Topping
By the Associated Press.
CHICAGO, July 5.—Sonja Henle
now is wearing a wedding ring
alongside the big sparkler she got
from Dan Topping a week ago.
The Norwegian-born figure-skat
ing and screen star received the
love token from the millionaire
New York sportsman yesterday at a
ceremony attended only by a few
friends and the brides relatives.
The wedding ceremony was read
by the Rev. Joshua Oden of the j
Irving Park Lutheran Church and
performed at the Lake Shore drive j
apartment home of Arthur Wirtz, a ;
business associate of the bride.
Topping, who is the owner of the
Brooklyn Dodgers football team. ,
met his bride when she appeared
in her ice revue in' New York last
winter. The romance came to pub- i
lie notice in March when they took 1
the same boat to Honolulu. They
became engaged last week.
Miss Henie wept softly during
the marriage ceremony but brushed
aside her tears as she received
Topping's kiss ana said. "I have
never been so happy.” She wore a
black sheer street dress and black
turban. The couple kept their honey
moon plans secret.
Gerd Henie, the bride’s sister-in
law, was maid of honor, while i
John (Shipwreck! Kelly, profes
sional football player, was best
man. Miss Henie’s brother. Leif,
and mother, Mrs. Selma Henie, also i
were present.
Miss Henie, who is 27, said she i
expects to continue her career. The I
marriage was her first, Topping's
third. The 28-vear-old bridegroom
was divoiced last May from Arline
Judge, movie actress whom he mar
ried in 1937.
Miss Henie became a Hollywood ,
W. B. Street! Dies;
Noted Steeplechase
Rider and Trainer
Heart Attack Fatal
To Sportsman at
Long Island Dinner
William B. Streett, about 35, one
of the country’s best known gen
tleman riders and trainer of win
ning steeplechase horses in Mary
land and Virginia, died suddenly of
a heart attack last night while din
ing with friends at Westbury, Long
Island, N. Y.
Mr. Streett, who trained several
winners of the famous Virginia
Gold Cup Race, including the last
one, recently had left his home at
Edge Hill, near Warrenton. to visit
his sister and brother-in-law, Mr.
WILLIAM B. STREETT.
—Harris & Ewing Photo.
and Mrs. Louis M. Fisher, at Hew
lett, on Long Island, during the
New York racing season.
For years Mr. Streett trained
horses for the Maryland Hunt Cup
races, as well as the Virginia events.
He was the honorary whip of the
Warrenton Hunt and a trainer for
Mrs. Frank M. Gould of New York
and Mrs. Eva Stewart Spilman of
Burnley, the Plains, Va. He also
was a well-known writer of sports
articles.
Several years ago Mr. Streett went
to Liverpool, England, to ride in the
Grand National Aintree race. In
recent years he had given up race
riding.
Mr. Streett, a native of Baltimore,
was the son of the late John Rush
Streett of Farmington, Harford
County, Md„ a member of an old
Maryland family.
Funeral arrangements were being
held up pending the arrival of Mr.
Street's widow, the former Lettice
Coulling of Baltimore, who is visit
ing in the West.
Mr. Streett, in addition to his wife,
is survived by two children; his
mother, Mrs. Katherine B. Streett
of Baltimore, and a sister.
FUNERAL DESIGNS.
GEO. C. SHAFFER, Inc7
EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT
MODERATE PRICES PHONE NAT. 0106.
'SSS? Cor. 14th & Eye
GUDE BROS. CO. Floral Pieces
1111 1 St. N.W_National 4176.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS
Crematorium
1th and Mass. Ave. N.E. Lincoln 5200
V. L. SPEARE CO.
Neithei successor to nor connected with
the original W. R. Spear, establishment
1009 H St. N.W. National"2892
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Births Reported
Earl and Virginia De Hart. boy.
George and Gladys Berry, boy
P*^ter and Marian Haley, jr boy.
Oliver and Sarah Mathis, girl.
John and Mary Christy, girl.
Henry and Vida Montgomery, girl.
Bruce and Edna Counts, boy.
Henry and Randolph Wells boy.
Claude and Constance Pennington, girl.
James and Hilda Schweitzer, boy.
y illiam and Florence Moroney boy.
Lawrence and Hazel Howe, girl
Wuton and Dorothy Todd girl
Wilmer and Jeanette Steiner, boy.
George and Mary Lewis, girl.
Walter and Emily Olson, bov.
Arthur and Mary Godfrey, boy.
Lemuel and Martha Bowden, giri.
Edward and Marguerite Cotter, bov.
James and Dorothv Lumpkin, girl.
Ramon and Agnes Minfck girl
William and Stella Wohlfarth. girl.
John and Cecil Burnside girl
Francis and Frances Baldy. girl.
Glenn and Nancy Giere girl.
Vincent and Rosalie Podiceih. boy..
John and Frances Jervis, jr . boy.
Eddie and Beulah Young, boy.
Everett and Anna Sescoe. boy.
Adolphus and Mary Farmer, girl.
Jerry and Eudelle Nicholson, girl.
Deaths Reported
Mary Cleary. St. Elizabeth's Hospital
Morris Stern 1343 Fairmont st n w.
Samuel C Allen. 1121 12th st. nw
Patrick McKenna. Georgetown University
Hospital
Charles Smith. Walter Reed General Hos
pital.
Ella Lee Pellowe. Sibley Memorial Hospital.
Francis Savage. Providence Hospital
Henrietta Swctnam. Walter Reed General
Hospital.
Charles N. Gwinn. 2050 Wisconsin ave. n w.
Albert H. Willard. Casualty Hospital.
Matilda M. Yates. 1517 Good Hope rd. i t.
Henrietta Brickwedede 2-0 H st. n.e.
Jetre W Pugh. Casualty Hospital.
Howard Strickler Emergency Hospital.
William J. Klinefelter. 1915 I st. n.w
Wilbur Maneum. alias Manuels. Gallinger
Hospital
Bettie Hansen. Emergency Hospital.
Francis L. Fagan 000 Kenyon st. n.w.
Infant David Brennan. Children's Hos
pital
Joseph Smallwood. St. Elizabeth's Hospital.
Alexander Johnson Emergency Hospital.
Rebecca Wallace St Elizabeth's Hospital.
William Green. 228 3d st. s.e.
Willie Clay. SOI N st. n.w.
Beverly Tucker. Emergency Hospital.
Over 6,000 horses were exhibited
at this year's Agricultural Fair in
Verona, Italy.
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BIG
MODERN
AIR-CONDITIONED |
FUNERAL HOMES |
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SERVICES
or* included with
every Chamber* Fu
neral regardless ol its
cost All pries* are
plainly marked when
selection is made. The
cost is governed by
the type oi casket that
you select

complete
Funerals
*75
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*125
*150
*165
and up
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star in 1937, a year after quitting
amateur skating to start a series of
American ice carnival tours. She
won the Norwegian figure skating
title at 11 and her first Olympic
championship at 16. She captured
the world's figure skating cham
pionship 10 times before turning
professional.
LI 2204 AT 1622
T. Frank Murray
FUNERAL HOME
741 llth SI. S.E.
Ambulance Service Cremotioni
!wr**
\W/£ Courtesy
Consideration
ISp Confidence
iff These are the three things
ijL people think of when they
! ? think of Ryan Service.
' Everything, even to the
\ smallest detail, is taken care
’ of. Our modern air-condi
tioned funeral home is avail
able.
Ryan De Luxe Ambulance
Service it the Latt Word
in Efficiency. Phone AT.
1700.
Resolution to Approve
Connolly Filed in House
A resolution authorizing Col. Don
ald H. Connolly, former Work Proj
ects administrator for Southern
California, to become administrator
of Civil Aeronautics in the Com
merce Department was filed with
the House bill clerk yesterday, with
the approval of the House Inter
state and Foreign Commerce Com
mittee.
The resolution would permit Col.
Connolly to hold the aeronautics Job,
despite a law prohibiting an Army
officer on the active list from hav
ing a civil office position.
Children Entertained
One hundred and fifty underprivi
leged children were entertained with
firework* and Ice cream and cake
yesterday by the Children’s Aid,
Inc., 466 H street S.W., at its an
nual Independence Day party.
Henry Setzler Dies -
FREMONT, Ohio, July 5 UP).—
Henry Setzler, 75, father of Frank
Setzler, curator at the Smithsonian ‘
Institution in Washington, died yes
terday of a heart attack.
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