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day, July 16. 1943. ANGIE BROOKE
ARMAT, sister of Thomas. Christopher and
John Hunter Armat.
Services at 8t. Margaret's Church. Conn.
■ ve. and Bancroft pi. n.w., Saturday. July
18. at 3 p.m. Interment at Fredericks
burg, Va. 17
BADEN. MART EMMA. On Thursday.
July 10, 1943, MARY EMMA BADEN, the
beloved daughter of the late Jeremiah T
and Susanna I Baden. Remains resting
at the Chambers Georgetown funeral
home, 31st and M sts. n »
Services at St. Paul's Episcopal Church,
Baden. Md., on Saturday. July 18. ai 3
pm. Relatives and friends Invited. In
terment Baden, Md.
nesday. July 15. 1942, at her residence,
7508 Columbia ave. College Park Md
of the late Harry M. Bardon.
Remains resting at Gasch's funeral
home, 4739 Baltimore ave., Hyattsville,
Md , where services will be held on Sun
day. July 19. at 1:30 p.m Relatives and
friends Invited. Interment Evergreen
Cemetery. Bladensbuxg. Md. 19
Thursday. July 10, 1942, HERBERT LES
LIE BOWBEER beloved husband of the
late Frances K Bowbeer and son of Issaae
A and Pearl H Bowbeer Also surviving
are three sisters. Mrs Jane Searle of Og
den, Utah. Mrs Frank Erwin of Maryland
and Mrs. Robert W. Shrpve of Arlington.
Va., and one brother, Paul A. Bowbeer of
Arlington. Va
Remains resting at Pearson s funeral
home, 473 Washington st.. Falls Church.
Va . where funeral services will be held
Sunday. July 19. at 2 p.m. Interment
Oakwood Cemetery. 18
CARTER. MOSES. Departed this life
Thursday. July 10, 1942. in the heme for
the Aged, MOSES CARTER. He Is sur
vived by a devoted wife. Mrs. Fannie
Carter, and other relatives and friend-.
Remains resting with L. E. Murray & Son,
12th and V sts. n w
Funeral notice later. *
CARRINGTON, MARIA. Departed this
life on Wednesday. July 15. 1942. at. her
residence, 919 North Alfred st.. Alexan
dria. Va . MARIA CARRINGTON, beloved
wife of the late George Carrington and
devoted sister of Mrs. Fannie Jones.
Funeral Saturday. .July 18. at 1:30 p m..
from the John T Rhines A Co funeral
home, 221 North Patrick st., Alexandria.
Va.. Rev. Ross officiating. Interment
Douglas Cemetery. 17
July 15, 1942. at her residence 1428 30th
st. n.w.. ELIZABETH CEPHAS, uife of
Daniel Cephas, daughter of the late George
and Jane Stewart, mother of Delphme
Beckwith. Earl and Ellen Cephas; grand
mother of Yvonbe Cephas, sister of Ella
Jackson, Frank and Wilmer Stewart. Re
mains may be viewed at her late residence
after 3 p.m. Saturday, July 18.
Funeral Sunday, July 19. at 1 p m .
from St. Phillip's Baptist Church, 1718
Florida ave. n.w . Rev. W. H. James of
ficiating. Interment Union Cemetery.
Arrangements by Thomas Frazier Co. 19
CISLER, FRANK .1. On Wednesday,
July 15, 1942. at Mount Alto Hospital.
FRANK J. CISLER. beloved husband of
Rose C. Clsler.
Services at Chambers' funeral home,
617 11th st. s.e., on Saturday. July 18. at
8:30 a.m. Mass will be offered at the
Church of the Assumption at 9 a m Rel
atives and friends invited. Interment Ar
lington National Cemetery. 17
CISLF.R, FRANK. Washington Lodge.
No. 15. B. P. O. Elks, will
convene in session of sorrow ■
at 7:30 p.m. Friday. July !
17, 1942, lor the purpose :
of paying tribute to the j
memory of our late brother.
FRANK CISLER, enrolled
April 10. 1940; died July
— - - 14, 1942. Elk services at
Chambers' funeral home, 617 11th st. i t ,
at 8 p m By order of
AMBROSE A. DURKIN. Exalted Ruler.
Attest: W S. SHELBY, Secretary.
CLARK. CHARLES. Passed away Wed
nesday, July 15, 1942. at Freedmen's Hos
pital. CHARLES CLARK, beloved father of
Mrs. Lydia Clark Hicklen, Mrs. Natalie |
Clark Muse. Mrs. Ethel Clark Douglas and
Mrs. Gladys Clark Campbell; devoted fa
ther-in-law of John Hicklen. grandfather
of Lloyd and Thelma Campbell and Tul
lauh Hicklen. Remains will lie in state at
the First Baptist Church, Sherman ave.
and Lamont st. n.w.. after 6 P.m. Friday,
Funeral Friday, July 17, at 8 p.m.. from
the above church. Rev. M. C. Mills officiat
ing. Relatives and friends invited. Inter
ment Alta Vista, Va . Sunday. July 19. at
3 p.m. Arrangements by W. Ernest Jarvis.
COOPER. KATE. Departed this life
Monday. July 13, 1942, at her residence,
938 S st. n.w., after a brief illness. Mrs. ■
KATE COOPER, the devoted mother of
Mrs. Mary E. Waller. Mrs. Rosa H Pres
ton. Miss Marion and Katie Johnson.
She also is survived by a sister. Mrs Anna
Parker; two granddaughters, Mrs. Alverna
H. Nelson and Miss Margarett Johnson:
three great-grandchildren and other rela
tives and triends. Friends may call at her
late residence after 12 noon Friday.
Puneral Saturday. July 18. at 2 mm.,
from Park Road Community Church. Rev.
Oscar L. Rand officiating Interment in
Harmony Cemetery Arrangements by L.
E. Murray & Son, 12th and V sts. n.w. 1,*
CORONA. FRANCES. On Thursday. July !
16. 1942, FRANCES CORONA I nee Knott». I
beloved wife of Joseph G. Corona, mother Of
Dorothy Livingston of New York City and
daughter of William E. Knott.
Services at Chambers' funeral home
617 11th st s.e., on Saturday. July 18. at
2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
nesday, July 15, 1942. at his residence.
Good Hope. Md.. WILLIS P. DAVEN
PORT, beloved husband of Maggie Daven
port. Also surviving are three daughters,
four sons, four grandchildren, one brother
and a host of other relatives and friends j
Remains will rest at his late residence
after 6:30 p.m. Friday. July 1,.
Funeral Saturday. July 18. at 2 pun .
from Good Hope Church. Colesvilie. Md.
Services by Snowden & Davis. 17
DORSETT, CHARLES O. (Watchmaker).
Very suddenly, on Thursday, July 9.1942,
at 1834 Columbia rd. n.w., CHARLES O.
DORSETT. Any one knowing where
abouts of relatives, please call Miss Flor
ence Bacon. AD. 4330. Remains resting
at Chambers’ funeral home.
Notice of funeral later.
July 16. 1942, FERDINARD EXLEY.
Services at Chambers' funeral hojne,
817 11th st. s.e.. on Saturday, July 18, at
7-46 a.m. Mass in 8t. Aloysius Church at
815 a.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment in George Washington Memorial
FALLON, ANNA. On Friday, July i,.
1942. at her residence, 618 3rd st. n.w .
ANNA FALLON, the beloved aunt of Miss
Oinevra Gilmore and Mr. Bernard Gil
more of PlUsbumh. Pa.
Funeral from tne Saffell funeral home.
475 H st. n.w.. on Saturday, July IK. at
2 30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment St. Mary s Cemetery. IK
FARQUHAR, MARY A. On Friday. July |
17. 1942, at Georgetown University Hos- j
pital, MARY A. FARQUHAR (nee Walsh'. |
beloved wife of George F. Farouhar and
mother of John S Farquhar
Funeral from her late residence, 1012
52nd st. n.w., on Monday. July 20. at 8:3o
am. Requiem mass at St. Stephen's
Church at 9 a m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
Thursday. July 16. 1942 WILLIAM R.
FOREMAN. Sr . beloved husband of Flor
ence K. Foreman and father of William R-,
Jr., and Elizabeth Jane Foreman.
Services at Chambers’ funeral home,
517 11th st. s.e., on Monday, July 20, at
1 p.m. Relatives and friends invited In
terment Arlington National Cemetery. 19
will be a special communica
tion of Myron M. Farker Lodge.
No. 27. F. A. A. M.. at 12:13
p.m. Monday. July 20, 1942, for
the purpose of giving a Masonic i
burial to our late brother. WIL- '
wood attendance is desired I
day. July 16. 1942. at Towson. Md . ;
of Reginald E. Garbee and sister of Mrs ,
Florence Hebrew of Oakland. Calif., and
Robert C. Blatt of Washington. D. C.
Friends may call at the Lee funeral j
home, 4th st. and Mass aVr. n.e , where ,
services will be held on Saturday. July IK.
at 2 p.m Relatives and friends are in
vited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
July 13, 1042. in New York. CLARENCE |
E GREGG, formerly of Washington. D. ;
C He is survived by a wife, a son, four
nephews and a niece. Remains may b:
viewed at the Malvan & Schey funeral j
home, N. J. ave. and R st. n.w., Saturday
July 18. until 3 p.m
Interment Harmony Cemetery. *
GEIER, JOHN B. On Wednesday. July |
J5 1942, JOHN B GEIER. beloved hus
band of the late Elizabeth A. Geier (nee
Funeral from his late residence. 4 70S ;
13th st. n.w.. on Saturday. July IK. at:
9■ 30 a m. Solemn high requiem mass at ,
St. Mary's Church at 10 a.m. Relatives
and friends Invited. Interment St. Mary's :
Cemetery. 17
GEIER. JOHN B. Members nf the A'-so
“ ciation of ihc Oldest Inhabit
ants are reouested to attend the
funeral of out late associan
; JOHN B. GEIER Service, w ill
be held at his late residence,
47<>8 l lth st n " on Satin
s day July is, lilt :, at :i .;n
t m. Solemn high requiem mass at St.
Mary's Church at 10 a m
JOHN B. DICKMAN. Sr.. Secretary.
GEIER. JOHN B The members of
Spalding Council. Knights of
Columbus, are herebv notified
cii the death of Brother JOHN
: GEIER. a charter member,
and are reoues'ed to assemble i
at his late residence 4 Ton
1 :tth st. n.w., Friday evening.
July' i*7, 1942. at 8:;tn o'clock, tn recite
the Rosary lor the repose of his soul. j
JAMES C. NAUGHTEN. Grand Knight. j
JOHN M. TABLER. Fir. Sed. _
J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
4th IDO Mas®. Ave. N.E. LI. 5200
Neither successor to nor connected with i
the original W. R Speare establishment. |
1009 H St. N.W. Na(„r,?Tf.-8n_.
Cor. 14th &
1812 F St. N.W. National 4270.
GREEN. WILLIAM H. On Monday, !
Jill v 13. 1042. WILLIAM H. GREEN of
1810 H st n.e., devoted husband of
Juanita S. Green, son of James M Green
and nephew of Mary Minor of Orange. N.
J.; Ellen Dyson of Maryland. John E. and
George A Green of Pittsburgh. Pa. Re
mains resting at his late residence after
J2 noon Friday . A
Funeral from Asbury M. F Church Sat
urday. July 18. at 1:30 P-m. Interment
Harmony Cemetery. Arrangements by
| Mai van & Schey. •
HARPER. ESTHER vE. On Thursday.
July 10. 1042. at the Washington Sanl
1 tanum and Hospital. ESTHER E. HARPER.
beloved mother of Ruth Harper Maxson of
j 8900 2nd ave., Woodside, Md.
Mrs Harper rests at the Warner E
Pumphrey funeral home. 8134 Georgia
ave . Silver Soring. Md.. where services
will be held on Saturday. July 18. at 2
pm Interment Rock Creek Cemetery.
Please omit flowers. 17
HOLDER. WILLIS B On Wednesday.
July 15. 1942, WILLIS B HOLDER of
3018 p st. n.w.. beloved husband of Lor
raine E. Holder <nee Payne*, father of
Lorraine E. Ives, grandfather of Joseph S
Ives and nephew of the late Judge R. D.
W. Holder of Illinois
Services at his late residence on Sat
urday. July 18. st ji am. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 17
July 14. 1942. in London. England, ALICE
LAWRASON HOWARD, daughter of the
late Sir Henry and Cecelia Riggs Howard,
granddaughter of George Washington
Riggs ar.d niece of the late Misses Alice L.
and Jane A. Riggs of Washington.
July lti. 1942, THOMAS JACKSON, be
loved husband of Ethel Jackson. Also sur
viving are five daughters, four sons, two
sisters, two brothers and many other rela
tives and friends. After b p.m. Friday,
friends may call at the McGuire funeral
home. 1820 9th st. n.w.
Funeral services at Wide water, Va., on
Sunday, July 19, at 2 p.m.
JONES, JULIA F. Departed this life on
Thursday. July lb, 1942. at Gallinger Hos
pital. JULIA E JONES. She leaves a
mother. Ida Wanzer; three sisters. Mrs.
Mose Daye, Hattie L. Jones and Carrie
Thompson, four brothers, Harry. Perry.
Charles and Gibb Wanzer, and a host of
friends. Remains may be viewed ar Mont
gomery Bros.’ funeral home. J7<*2 12th
st. n.w.. after 2 p.m Saturday. July 18
Funeral Sunday. July 19. at 2:30 p m .
from Mount Zion Baptist Church. Culpeper,
Va. Interment church cemetery. 18
Thursday. July Hi. 11(43, at 2:15 a m , at |
the National Lutheran Home for the Aged, 1
Hsth and Douglas sis. n.e . Mrs LOUISA !
ROGIER KOEHLER, beloved wife of the
late Louis Koehler.
Mrs. Koehler will lie in state at the
Lutheran Church of the Reformation. 312
East Capitol st.. after 10 am Saturday,
July IS. where services will be held at
10:30 a m. Interment Prospect Hill Ceme
tery. 17
MURPHY. JOHN'. On Thursday. July
10. 1042, at his residence. 3)0 Rucker
pi.. Alexandria, Va.. JOHN MURPHY, hus
band of Grace Walsh Murphy, brother of
Miss Agnes. Miss Irene, Mr. Henry and
Ramon Murphy of Winchester. Mass., and
Mr. Richard MurPhy of the United States
Funeral services at the Wheatley funeral
home on Saturday, July 18, at 3 p.m. In
terment Ivy Hill Cemetery.
this life on Friday. July 17. 1042, at 12:15
a m., at his residence. 1018 11th st. n.w..
Dr. ROBERT L. PEYTON. He leaves to
mourn their loss a wife. Mrs. Martha Pey
ton; a daughter. Mrs. J. Evelyn Harris: a
grandson, stepmother, two sisters, one
brother and a host of other relatives and
friends. Remains resting with L. E. Mur
ray & Son. J2th and V sts. n.w.
Funeral notice later. •
July HI. 1042, at her residence. 18 Florida
ave. n.e . NARCISSIE PHILLIPS, sister of
Ida Powell. Hattie Braddock. Lltcv Gil- i
more. Dorothy High. John. Landoii and I
Charlie Thompson; mother of George and ,
Verleen Phillips.
Remains may be viewed at Frazier's fu
neial home. 380 R. I. ave. n.w . where fu
neral services will be held on Monday, July
20. at 1 p.m. Interment Lincoln Me
morial Cemetery. 19
day. July 15, 1942. at the home of her
niece, Mrs. George W. Milstead. 4434
Ellicott st. n.w.. ANNIE BELL POLING,
beloved sister of Mrs. Frank L. Davis and
the late Dora S. Cornwell and Lawrence
Services at her late residence on Fri
day, July 17, at 8 p.m. Interment at
Romney, W. Va.. on Saturday. 17
POWELL, FLORA. On Wednesday. July
15, 1942. FLORA POWELL, daughter of
the late Joseph and Elizabeth Henson, be
loved sister of Edward, William F. and
John Henson, Emma Timberlake, Rachel
Contee and Clara Carter. Other relatives
and friends also survive her. Friends
may call at her late residence. 2828
Georgia ave. n.w, after 10:30 am. Sun
day. July 10.
Funeral Monday. July 20. at 8:30 am.
from the above residence: thence to Holy
Redeemer Church, where mass will be
offered at 9 a.m Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme
tery. Arrangements by W. Ernest Jar
trie i rt I '
REED. WILL. Departed this life Tues
day. July 14. 1042. after a long illness.
WILL REED. He leaves to mourn, dear
Lord, a devoted friend, Hamp Butler,
and others.
Remains resting at the Barnes &
Matthews fundigl home. 914 4th st. s.w„ ,
where funeral services will be held Satur
day. July 18, at 1 p.m. Interment Payne's
nesday, July 35, 1942, at Freedmen’s .Hos
1390 Division ave. n.e . son of Joseph and
Lottie Robinson He also leaves five
brothers, two sisters and other relatives
and friends.
Remains resting after 2 pm. Friday.
July 17, at the Henry S. Washington &
Sons funeral home, 4925 Deane ave. n.e.,
where funeral services will be held Satur
day. July 18, at l pm., Rev. Brent of
ficiating. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
ROGERS. HARVEY T. On Thursday,
July 19, 1942, HARVEY T. ROGERS, be
loved husband of Isabel L. Rogers, son of
William J. Rogers and the late Marie E.
Rogers, brother of P. L.. Robert E., Wil
liam L. and Fred B. Rogers; Emma Hayes,
Louise Leatherland and Eloise Frederick.
Funeral from the W. W. Deal funeral
home, 4812 Georgia ave. n.w , on Satur
day, July 18, at 2 p.m. Relatives and
friends are Invited. Interment Rock
Creek Cemetery. 18
ROGERS. HARVEY T. A special com
munication of Stansbury Lodge, ,
No. 24, F. A. A. M.. is called j
for Saturday. July 18, 1942. at j
1:15 p.m.. for the purpose of!
conducting a Masonic funeral
service for our late brother.
order of ihe worshipful master.
ROBERT B. DOING, Secretary.
this life Tuesday. July 14, 1942. at his ‘
residence. 1842 Vernon st. n w.. after a lin- 1
geringy illness, MEREDITH PAUL SIM- !
MONS. the beloved son of Mrs. Heleh Me- i
Lane Payne and the late Phillip A. Sim
mons and the husband of Evelyn Simmons.
He also is survived by a stepfather, Lati
mer Payne: a brother. Phillip A. Simmons,
jr.; three aunts, Mrs Mildred Perkins, Mrs.
Carol Rodney and Miss Elva McLane, and
other relatives and friends. Remains rest- i
ing with L. E. Murray A Son. 12th and V
sts. n.w. Friends may call after 1 p.m.
Funeral services will be held Saturday,
July 18, at 19 a.m. at the above-mentioned
Iuneral P8rlor. Interment In Lincoln. 17*
July 14. 1942. at United Stales Soldiers'
Home, WILLI AS M. SUMMERS. Remains I
resting at the Chambers Iuneral home,
1499 Chapin st. n.w.
Services at the Fort. Myer Chapel. Fort !
Myer, Va , on Saturday. July 18. at ill
am. Interment Arlington National Ceme
Friday. July 17, 1942. at Doctors' Hos
Notice of funeral later.
this life Tuesday. July 14. 1942, at. his
residence, 745 South 3rd st.. Phoenix.
Ariz.. LELAND DUBOIS WARD, devoted
son of the late Henry Allen Ward and
Ruth Ward Dabney Garner. He is sur
vived by a stepfather. Arthur Garner: one
aunt. Missie Williams one niece. Hilda
Collins; one nephew, Allen Langston: one
great-nephew. Leland Collins, and other
relatives and friends. Body will rest at :
Dabney & Garner's funeral home, 442 M j
Notice of funeral later. 17
this life on Tuesday, July 14. 1942, at
Mount Alto Hospital, ALBERT G. WASH
INGTON. He leaves to mourn a devoted
wife. Alice Washington; daughter. Jo
sephine Mathews, grandson. Paul Washing
ton: nephew. Albert Grant, and other rel
atives and friends. Remains will be rest
ing at Horton s funeral home, 1700 Ver
mont ave. n.w
Funeral services will be held on Satur
day. July is, at 12:TO pm., at Mount Car
mel Baptist Church 8rd and Eye sts. n w.
Burial in Arlington National Cemetery. 17* j
Star Lodge. No. 4 0. I. B P. O E. of W . j
will hold a session ot sorrow Friday. July
17. 1942. at 8 p m . at its home. 15th and !
Que ti . n.w . to arrange lor the funeral of :
its late brother. ALBERT G WASHING
TON Funeral services Saturday. July ik.
at 12:90 pm. at Mount Carmel Baptist
Church. Trd and Eye sts. n w
DR LEO S HOI TON. Exalted Ruler.
WASHINGTON, JAMES. Departed this
life suddenly, on Thursday. July i«». 1942.
ai Gallinger Hospital. JAMES WASHING
TON. beloved husband of Laura Washing
ton lie also leaves to mourn g mother,
four sisters, three brothers and other rela
tives and friends. Body resting at the j
Robert G Mason funeral home. 25nn
Nichols ave. s.e., where it may be viewed
after 4 p m Friday, July J 7, until Satur
day at 8 p m.
Remains will be shipped to Chester, S
C., where funeral services will be held. 18
WILLIAMS, JAMES. Departed this life
on Thursday July 18. 1942, at Gallinger
Hospital. JAMES WILLIAMS. He is sur
vived by his wife. Anna Williams: one
daughter. Mary Ware; twfo sons, Sylvester
and Willie Williams four grandchildren
and many other relatives and friends.
Remains resting at Eugene Ford's funeral
home. J TOO South Capitol st., and may be
viewed after 4 p.m Friday, July 17.
Funeral services Saturday. July 18, at 4
pm at New Hope Baptist Church, oth and
Ridge st>. n.w . Rev. Charles H. Hamilton
officiatin:; Interment Chester, S C.
July J 8. 1942. at Gallinger Hospital.
JOHN A WILLIAMS of 1828 4th st. n.w.
Remains resting at Lowe's luneral home
918 Florida ave. n w.
Notice of funeral later.
WRIGHT. CHARLES. Suddenly, on
Thursday. July 18. 1942 a: his residence.
1209 E st se. CHARLES WRIGHT, hr
loved husband of the late Mattie Wright
Remains resting at H. M. Padgett « funeral |
home. 131 11th at. se I
Notice of funeral later.
Deaths Reported
Mary L. Moffett. 88. 1426 A «t. n.e.
Annie Lenoir. 83. 710 Quackenbos st. nw
Minnie Price. 81. 6810 Pth st. n.w.
Marcus H Hanson. 81. 4413 14th st. n.e.
August Pell. 77, 3356 Brothers pi. s.e.
William M. Summers. 74, United States
Soldiers Home
Nellie B. Dougherty, 60. 1233 Newton st.
Amy 8. Meredtth, 67, 1385 Potomac ave
s e.
Isaac H. Wendal 67, 608 Nicholson st. n.w.
Charles E. Markley, 65, 3166 Mt. Pleasant
st. n.w.
Mary A. James. 65, 2018 14th st. s e.
Lucy A Wolfe. 61. 141 Bates st n.w.
Carolene N. Barnes, 60, 5420 Conn, ave
Frank Cisler. 50, 104 Beyer rd. s w.
Mary E Yates. 5P. 2343 Ashmead pi. n.w.
John Diester. 55, 5723 Oth st. n.w.
Rose Kidd. 63. 434 Conner st. s.e
Bronwen C. Pleasonton. 40. 3020 O st. n.w.
Patrick Bruno. 37. 1430 N st. n.w.
William Hall. 102. 1631 Rosedale st. n.e.
Geoige Robinson. 76. 1132 6 st n w.
John P. Miller. 67. 1627 Oth st. n.w.
Martha Jones. 66. 1418 W st. n.w.
India Anderson. 60. 1021 22nd st. n e
Katherine Lucas. 50. 438 N Y. ave. n.w.
Josephine Gaskins. 53. Herndon, Va.
Susie Hebron. 53, Rockville. Md
William Lambert, 40, 1614 Reeves court i
n w.
Charlotte Daniel. 45, 1833 Central pi. n.e. I
Catherine Williams. 41. 125 L st n.w
William H. Green. 41. 1M0 H st. ne
Leroy McDowell. 33. 1423 Duncan st. n e.
Sammy Hayes, 32, 320 G st. s.e.
George Ridley. 28. 1818 6th st n.w.
John Davis. 25. 1344 Kenyon st n.w.
Ruth F. Cain, 21. 1825 Vernon st. n.w.
Joyce Henson. 1. 1128 K st. s.e.
Births Reported
William and Joan Aobott. boy.
John and Marie Ashley, boy.
George and Alta Bingaman. girl.
John and Frances Brill, girl.
Joseph and Martha Callahan, boy.
Robert and Leona Chaimson, girl.
Alex and Anita Cox. boy.
Francis and Mabel Davidson, boy.
Ned and Mary Dempsey. Kiri.
George and Stella Falkner. girl.
Alex and Rene Feinberg. girl
Aloysios and Marie Gleeson. girl.
Charles and Tempe Grant, boy
Jay and Johnsie, Hampton, girl.
Charles and Harriet Johnson, boy.
Lorren and Mary Lanier, boy.
Martin and Winnifred Mason, bo.v
Joseph and Dorothea Maxwell, boy.
Frank and Marion Moran, girl.
John and Lucile O'Connor, boy
Thomas and Lottie Pilkerton. boy.
Calvin and Evelyn Quantz, girl.
John and Katherina Scotchlas. boy.
Harold and Eloise Smith, girl.
George and Marguerite Stewart, boy.
Fred and Eleanor Taylor, boy.
Walter and Doris White, boy.
Claude and Mary Allen, boy.
Chester and Jennie Bernard, boy.
Wilbur and Frances Birch, girl.
Thomas and Catherine Brock, boy.
Wade and Agnes Carden, boy
Robert and Rita Cornelius, boy.
William and Helen Crouch, girl.
Frank and Doris DeGaetani, girl.
George and Beatrice Durkin, boy.
Robert and Sallye Farwig, girl.
Minor and Louise Furr, twins, girls.
Edward and Marian Gould, boy.
Kenneth and Viola Gunn. girl.
Edward and Helen Haviland. girl.
Robert and Marie Kerr. boy.
Leonard and Gladys Lanhab, girl.
Albert and Frances Mattly. girl.
Malcolm and Inez Minton, girl.
Fitzhugh and Helen Neil, boy.
Crawford and Margaret Paulk, girl.
Robert and Edith Powell, girl.
Robert and VioleuRunion. girl.
Trueman and Varna Slingluff. girl.
Max and Bertha Spiegel, girl.
Russell and Mary Stewart, girl.
Edward and Lillian Truefltt. girl.
Herbert and Thelma Young, boy.
Arthur and Addie Baldwin, boy.
Frank and Annie Butler, boy
Ralph and Dorothy Montgomery, boy.
Augustus and Audrey Sparrow, girl.
Robert and Bernice Brown, girl.
Joseph and Elsie Gibson, girl.
Howrard and Norma Shelton, boy.
James and Matilda Taylor, boy
itt iHmortam
BARNES. MARY C. A tribute of love
and devotion to the memory of our dear
mother, MARY C. BARNES, who entered
into eternal rest three years ago today,
July 17, 1939.
We can never forget you. dear mother.
While In this world we stay,
3od on|y knows our feelings
Since you passed away.
Deep in our hearts you are fondly re
Sweet, happy memories cling to your
rrue hearts that loved you with deepest
Alw'ays will love you while resting In
God's loving care just the same.
ove to the memory of my darling mother.
:aTHERINE M. GILLIAM, who left me
ileven years ago today, July 17. 1931.
God only knows how much I miss her.
Never shall her memory fade:
Loving thoughts shall ever wander
To the spot where she Is laid
KLINE. HARRY R. Sacred and sad to
is is the memory of our dear brother.
1ARRY R. KLINE, who departed this life
Ive years ago today. July 17. 1937.
LANGHORN. PHILIP. Sacred to the
nemory of our beloved husband and fa
her, PHILIP LANGHORN, who left us
suddenly six years ago today, July 17.
Always remembered.
LETCHER. ROSETTA A. In memory of
iur mother. ROSETTA A LETCHER, who
massed away July 17, 1928.
rhough long the weary way we tread
And sorrow crowns each lingering year.
Wo path we shun, no darkness dread.
Our hearts still whispering, “Mother
is near.”
LYNCH. MARTHA P. Entered into
sternal rest thirty years ago today, July
L7. 1912, MARTHA P. LYNCH.
Qod is good. He gave us strength
To bear our heavy cross:
He is the only one who knows
How bitter is our loss.
Marriage License
Under D. C. law, couples must
apply for a marriage license on
one day, wait three full days and
receive their license on the fifth
day. Sundays and holidays are
counted the same as other days.
Bunny Leonard. If), Hillside. Md . and
Jane Corbin. IT, 417'a Fifteenth at.
s e ; the Rev. Charles R. O'Hara
Albert B Bower. 26. 4535 Alton pi. n.w .
and Alberta Little, lit. 2800 Woodley
rd n.w : the Rev. J H Hollister.
Carl M. Sanger. 21, Oak Hill, W. Va., and
Audrey T O’Hara. 18. 917 New York
ave n.w . the Rev. John W. Rustin.
Maurice J. Morneau. 21. 1753 N st. n.w .
and Betty J. MacDonald. 22. 2114 N
st n.w.; the Rev William F. J. Strieker.
Joseph B. Graves. 28. Fort Meade, Md., and
Wanda M. Puljanowski. 27. 1707 Col
umbia rd. n.w.; the Rev. Lawrence J.
James W. Tilley. 22. 2200 Monroe st. ns.,
and Betty L. Sullivan. 21. 3326 Stephen
son pi n.w.; the Rev. W H Wilson
Maurice B. Quander. 19. 4622 Clay st n e .
and Olive A Tracy. 17, 42 R st.. n.w.,
the Rev. F T. Carney.
Lester Jones. 24. and Mary Frances Grapes.
18. both of 1114 Orren st. ne , th#
Rev W. D Bowman
William Moore. 32. and Leanora C. Hen
derson. 31, both of 1749 T st. n.w.:
Judge Fay Bentley.
William D. Greene, 25, Atlantic High
land. N. J . and Eve L. N Fleminc. JP,
526 Irving st. n.w : the Rev. A A Birch.
Leon Dress. 29, 4021 Marlboro pi. n.w.,
and Mildred M. Bordman. 24. 3215
Nineteenth st. n.w.; the Rev. M. H.
Levinson. %
Heber T. Harrell. 46. Murfreesboro. Ill .
and Lelia R. Kennard. 36. J 829 G st.
n.w.: the Rev. E. H. Pruden.
Willie Eberhart, 23, 2617 Georgia ave. n.w..
and Ruth Bail. 22, Detroit. Mich : the
etev. k. j Bowman.
Ernest W. Jones, 39, and Rella M. Weaver.
25. both of Takoma Park. Md.: the
Rev. E. C. Smith.
William E. Davey. 24. Quantico. Va.. and
Marie J. Fund, 23. New York City, the
Pev. James E. Cowhig.
Alonzo A. Leifeste, jr., 28, Naval Air
Station, and Doris Butt. 24. Tottenham.
Canada: the Rev. Robin Gould.
Donald S. Phillips. 25. and Alia L. Stem.
25, both of Baltimore. Md : the Rev H.
M. Hennig
Harold J Bobys, If). 4301 Fifteenth st.
n w., and Anita Bacher. 19. 172,3 Irv
ine st. n.w.: the Rev. Harry Sllverstone.
David M. Johnson. 26. Quantico. and
Margaret G. Doyle. 21. 20 Sherman
Circle; the Rev. W. J Sweeney.
Charles W. Sykes. 23. 1400 Canal st. s.w..
and Emma V. Peffer. 21, 1134 Twenty
fifth st. n.w.; the Rev. H. G. Clark.
Ottis C. Doyle, jr.. 20, 2015 Massachu
setts ave. n.w.. and Ruth M. Cummings.
17. 1866 Wyoming ave. n.w . the Rev,
J. N. Ballbach.
Raymond F. Finnin, 23, Navy Yard, and
Mary P. Taylor, 19. Newburgh, N. Y.:
the Rev. J E. Cowhig.
Cornell Thomas, 21. 916 P st. n.w. and
Gladys O. Clay. 21, Baltimore: the Rev.
John Du Bose
Romulus L. May. 24. Bethesda. Md.. and
Margaret M. Lynn. 20, 1903 Thirty
seventh st. n.w.: the Rev. James McCarl.
George E. Brazier, 21. 416 5th st. s.e .
and Theresa Blackwell, 22, 319 L st.
s.e.; the Rev. Fairfax King.
Frank J. Cantwell, 36. and Eleanor M.
Hagan, 29. both of 1419 R st. n.w.;
the Rev. Cornelius Dacey.
Matthew c. Dillon, 22, 6432 2d pi. n.w.,
and Dorothy A. Shelor. 19. 330 Allison
st. n.w.; the Rev s. J. Hogan.
Robert E. Miller, 30. 1804 First st. n.w..
and Ethelyn A Scottron, 26. 410
Eleventh st. s.e.: the Rev. W A. Schiebel.
Arthur J. Clairmont. Jr.. 23, and Hazel V
Dillow. 22. both of 1713 18th st. n.w :
the Rev. J F. Burns
James N Hafer. 30. Park Central Apts.,
and Lillian M. Lockrldge. 2.3. Bham.
Ala : Judge Fay Bentley
Preston Green. 36. and Sarah R Dabney,
29, both of Arlington, Va ; the Rev. J.
E Green.
Joseph R. Florence, 29. and Ruth M.
Minnick, 25- both of Waynesboro, Pa.;
the Rev. L. A. Springmann
Daniel A. Sullivan, jr.. 33, 351 Tenth st.
s.e.. and Leona K Riley. 32, 926 Massa
chusetts ave.. n.w : the Rev. J. E
Cowhig (This application was printed
in Tuesday's Star and incorrectly gave
Mr. Sullivan's age as 23.)
Issued at Rockville.
Mark John Hanna. 42. and Marian D. Mc
Fall, 28. both of Washington.
Cloyd Mann Criswell. 33. Columbia. Pa.,
and Prances Mae Unruh, 29. Phila
James Tubble. 17, and Willie Ann Frank
lin. 14. both of Washington.
Charles Lunls Cole. 33, Bethesda. Md., and
Clara Myrtle Greene. 35. Washington.
George Horace Woodward. 23. Silver
Spring. Md.. and Iona Belle Marshall,
27. Vienna. Va.
Fernand Vincent Demaret. 25. and Helen
Elvie Lawson. 22, both of Washington.
George Orkovic, 22, Norfolk. Va., and
Alice Eugenia Varn. 21. Bethesda. Md.
Glenn Hudgins Diggs, 25. Washington, and
Mary Geraldine Hoover, 20, Silver
Spring. Md.
Paul Samuel Radman. 32. Washington,
and Marie Daisy Jenkins, 32. Clinton,
John Richard Noonan. 39. and Hilda
Dorine Sullivan. 27. both of Washington.
Issued at Alexandria.
James Frederick Ingle. 21. and Hortense
Miriam Mallett, 21, both of Washing
William J. Brown. 28. and Mae Tlthering
ton. 27. both of Alexandria
Norman Vernon. 22. Washington, and
Lorraine Switzer, 21. Lafayette, Ind
Donald P. Nee, 27. and Martha Wagner.
21. both of McKeesport. Pa.
$40 up
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Reputed Film Actor Held
For FBI Impersonation
Pi the Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July 17 —Colin Mac
kenzie, 24, who claimed to have
| been a standin for Leslie Howard in
j the film “Gone with the Wind,” was
arrested yesterday on a charge of
impersonating a special agent of
the Federal Bureau of Investiga
I tion.
Agents took him into custody on
: his arrival here after a trip to New
1,1 1
Orleans, according to P. E. Fox
worth, FBI assistant director.
Mr. Foxworth said Mackenzie was
also known as Lance Beresford and
had been sentenced to Rikers Island
Prison on January 22 on a charge
of passing a fraudulent check. He
was released April 22, Mr. Fox
worth said.
Mr. Foxworth asserted that a Sa
moan girl whom Mackenzie knew
declared he had told her that he
was a "G-man’-: that his father
was r high official of the FBI,
and that he had once been sus
pended because he missed a ship on
which he was to apprehend a spy.
Fishersville Seaman
Believed Lost at Sea
Special Dispatch to Tha Star.
STAUNTON, Va., July 17.—Mr*.
Ruth Miller of Fishersville has been
notified by the Coast Guard that
her husband. Charles L. Miller. 38
is “missing and must be presumed
lost” as the result of the sinking
of the freighter on which he was
Mr. Miller, who entered the mer
chant marine in December, is the
father of an 8-year-old daughter.
Jo Anne. His brother. Henry Miller,
joined the merchant marine July 4
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Choice selections from Superb Makers, at prices
we never expected to see in these days. The
stocks are limited. Wait no longer for quality
furniture at the lowest possible prices.
Open a J. L. Budget Account ^
Was $225.00
3-Pc. Mahogany Veneer
Bedroom Suites
18th Century designed
genuine mahogany bed
room featuring a sleigh end
bed, swelled front chest of
drawers, and choice of
swelled front dresser or
kneehole vanity. De
ferred paymentsar
* ranged.
Living Room Items Reduced
Wat Now
2-Pc. Modern Blue Mo
hair Living Room Siute__$l 89.00 $145.00
2-Pc. Modern Tapestry
Living Room- 149.00 119.00
2-Pc. 1 8th Century Bou
cle Living Room Suite.. 189.00 1 37.00
18th Century Solid Ma
hogany Love Seats_ 69.50 44.00
2- Pc. Brocatelle Living
Room Suite_ 159.00 119.00
Tapestry Barrel Back
Chair_ 54.50 37.00
3- Pc. Solid Maple Living
Room Suite- 72.50 57.00
Colonial Rocker, solid
mahogany-34.95 24.95
2-Pc. Kroehler Mohair
Living Room Suite_ 219.50 165.00
Colonial Virginia Sofa,
Blue Tapestry_ 98.00 78.00
Chippendale Sofa, solid
mahogany, tapestry cover 169.50 127.50
Dining Room and
Dinettes Reduced
Wat Now
7-Pc. Modern Walnut
Dinette Suite_$179.00 $127.00
10-Pc. Walnut Modern
Dining Room Suite_ 249.00 1 92.00
10-Pc. 18th Century Ma
hogany Dining Room
Suite- 229.00 167.00
10-Pc. 18th Century Ma
hogany Dining Room
Suite- 179.00 1 35.00
7-Pc. 18th Century Wal
nut Dinette Suite_179.50 132.00
7-Pc. 18th Century Ma
hogany Credenza Di
nette Suite- 165.00 124.00
7-Pc. Walnut Modern
Waterfall Dinette Suite 149.50 109.00
Mahogany Drop-Leaf
Table - 19.95 14.50
5-Pc. Solid Maple Break
fast Set- 39.50 26.95
Solid Maple China_ 39.50 24.95
Solid Maple Buffet_ 39.50 24!95
Specials in
Summer Goods.
$36.95 Bunting
6-Cushion Glider. *20*^^.
$7.95 Gibson Island A oc
Choir _$4-95
$8.95 Wrought Iron
Nest of 3 Tables, e A --
Glass Tops_$4-^^
$39.50 Haywood r
Wakefield Chaisette. *25
$10 Lawn Umbrella , oc
Table _*095
$16.95 Rattan-and-c.| **
Wood Table_
$11.95 Rattan ct nc
Occasional Chair__.
$5.95 All-Metal ^ — —
Rocker _^ j./D
$34.95 Bunting c — cn
6-Cushion Glider.
$19.75 Metal CIO OS
Chaisette, on wheels^ I
$16.95 Wrought Iron
Cocktail Table, COOS ^
Glass Insert Top_
> i
Bedroom Items Reduced*
3-Pc. Solid Maple Bedroom Suite-$82.00 .00
3- Pc. Mahogany 18th Century Bedroom-124.50 .00
4- Pc. Modern Walnut Bedroom Suite- 245.00 .00
' 4-Pc. Limed Oak Modern BedroonxSuite-219.00 '.00
4-Pc. Mahogany 1 8th Century Bedroom Suite 169.00 ',00
3- Pc. Solid Maple Bedroom Suite- 169.50 '.00
4- Pc. Modern Walnut Bedroom Suite- 229.50 ,00
Chintz Covered Boudoir Chair- 7.95 .77
3-Pc. Solid Maple Bed Room Suite- 92.50 .00
Walnut Chest of Drawers- 22.95 .00
3-Pc. Solid Maple Bedroom Suite-1 19.50 ,50
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Beds and Bedding
Wat Now
Studio Couch, opens to full or twin beds-$44.95 $34.95
4 Poster Bed, all sizes- 12.50 8.50
Pillow Back Lounge Chair- 39.50 29.95
Guaranteed Coil Spring--19.75 12.95
Innerspring Mattress, quality tick- 26.95 1 9.95
Mahogany Bunk Beds- 59.50 33.75
Feather Pillows, per pair- 5.95 3.75
Colonial Solid Maple Bed- 19.95 14.50
Innerspring Mattress, splendid value- 34.95 29.50
Box Spring to match- 34.95 29.50
Silk Chaise Lounge- 39.95 24.95
Solid Maple or Birch Crib, drop side, link spring 13.95 9.95
Sofa Bed, opens to full size bed- 59.50 46.50
Solid Maple Bunk Bed, sleeps 2 - 29.75 21.95
Occasional Pieces
Wat Now j*
Mahogany Governor Winthrop Desk-$39.95 $31.95
Mahogany Veneer Secretary_ 39 50 34.00 j
Modern Maple Student Desk_ 14.95 9.95
Modern Maple Desk Chest_ 69.50 34.75
Modern Maple Bookcase_ 24.50 12.75
Satinwood Kneehole Desk_ 39.50 24.00
Mahogany Breakfront Bookcase-119.00 77.00
5- Pc. Chrome and Porcelain Breakfast Set__ 52.95 44.50
Walnut Coffee Table_ 7.95 4.95
Solid Mahogany Cocktail Table- 11.95 7.95 M
China Table Lamps, silk shade-— 6.95 3.50 ‘r
6- Way Junior Floor Lamps_18.95 9.50 '
Modern Occasional Chair_ 14.75 9.50
Aubusson Tapestry Occasional Chair- 24.95 17.00
Occasional Chair, tapestry cover- 8.95 5.77 '
Mahogany End Table - 14.95 9.5o
Mahogany Lamp Table_ 9.95 5.50
furniture AB C/Ompanu
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