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BOWMAN. JOSEPH Gl’IDA. On Tues
day. August 2ft. 1942. at his home. Mc
Comas ave . Kensington. Md . JOSEPH
GUIDA BOWMAN, husband of Ethel L
Bowman. Mr. Bowman rests at the War
ner E. Pumphrey funeral home, 8434 Ga
ave.. Silver Spring. Md.
Sagvlces at the Kensington Baptist
Church. Kensington. Md . on Friday, Au
gust 28. at 1:30 pm. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. "7
BROWN. WILLIAM H. Departed this
life Tuesday, August 2ft. 1942, at his resi
dence. 1713 Vermont ave. n w WILLIAM
H BROWN, devoted husband of Mrs. Fan
nie Brown Others to mourn are a lov
ing daughter, six slsteir. threr brothers,
a host of other relatives and friends
After 12 noon Thursday. August 2.,
friends may call at Montgomery Bros fu
neral home. 1702 12th st n.w, where
services will be held Friday, August 28.
st 12 noon. Relatives and friends in
vited. interment, Mount Gibo Cemetery,
Baltimore County. Md.
COOK. CORALIE FRANKLIN. De
parted this life on Tuesday. August Lo,
1942. CORALIE FRANKLIN COOK, widow
of the late Dean George William Cook.
She Is survived by a son, George William
Cook, jr.: two nieces. Mrs. Helen C. Jack
son and Miss Jessie Burrell: two nephews.
J Paul and John R. Clifford, and other
relatives, including several other nieces
and nephews.
Remains resting at her late residence.
1231 Girard st. n.w, after 6 r.m. Friday.
August 2H, Where funeral services win
held on Saturday, August 'll*, at 1 p m
Relative! and friends invited. Arrange
ments by Thomas Fragier Co.
DYER, GEORGE. Suddenly, on Tues
day. August 25. 1942. at his residence,
1S60 bth st. nw . GEORGE DYER, be
loved brother of Mary Alexander Alice
Lindsev and William Dyer He also leaves
a host of other relatives and friends^
Friends may call at the W Ernest Jarvis
funeral, home after 11 a m. Thursday, Au
*U Funeral Friday, August 2S. at 1 P-tn..
from the Mount Airy Baptist Church. L
st- between North Capitol and 1st sis.
n v. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Payne s Cemetery.
FULLER. HENRY CORBIN Suddenly.
«n Wpdnesdav. August 26, 1;M.. in New
Haven. Conn.'. HENRY C°,RElJ?nU pV,fi»r
beloved husband of Josepha Boyd Fuller
and father of Dr Henry Shccard Fuilei.
Mrs. Thomas E. Watson, jr., and Josepha
Boyd Fuller.
Notice of services later.
GLASGOW, MAZIE (MARY). On Thurs
Hav August 27, 1942, at Garfield Hos
pftal, MAZIE (MARY). GLASGOW beloved
Rioter of William ana Augustus Glasgow
Remains resting at the Chambers funeral
home, 1400 Chapm st. n.w., until 8..30
m m Saturday. August 29.
Mass at Sacred Heart Church at 9
a m. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. ~8
GREENE. JAMES P. Suddenly, on
Wednesday. August 26, 1942. at ni£ resi
dence. 6909 5th st. n.w . JAMES P.
GREENE, beloved husband of Carrie B.
^Funeral services on Friday. August 28.
home. •’901 14th st. n.w. Ini'ermeni Cedar
Hill Cemetery. Please omit flowers.
GURLEY. LEON RAYMOND. On Wed
nesdav. August 2fl. 194‘_. LEON RAY
MOND GURLEY, the beloved husband of
Mercedes Gurley Friends may call at the
W W Deal luneral home. 4812 Georgia
IVI n.w., until 12 noon Friday
Services ai the Fort Myer Chanel. Ar
lington. Va.. at 1 P in. Friday. August 28.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
HARBAUGH. MARGARET E. Suddenly,
on Wednesday. August 2fi. 1942. MAR
GARET E. HARBAUGH. beloved wife of
the late Charles J. Harbaugh and mother
of Ralph I and Joseph F Harbaugh and
beloved sister of Mrs. Margaret Moran.
Also surviving are seven grandchildren
and one great-grandchild. „ __
Funeral from the Thomas F. Murray
funeral home, 2007 Nichols ave. s.e on
Saturday, August 20* at 8;30 a.m.. thence
to St. Theresa's Catholic Church, 13th *nd
V sts. s.e.. where mass will be said at.)
a m Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. -8
HARRIS. WILLIAM B. Entered Into
tternal rest on Tuesday, August 25. 134..
at his residence. 132J1 R at. n.w.. WU,
, TAM B HARRIS, devoted husband of
Mrs Ada Harris and iovlng father of Miss
Margaret I., Beatrice and Leonard HaJ.r1?
He also is survived by two sisters. Mr.-,.
Martha Maddox and Mrs. Carrie Wilson of
Hartford. Conn. Remains resting at the
John T. Rhines & Co. * J111*™’. v°"a iigust
and Eve sts. s.w., until Friday, August
88. at 12 noon; then at his late residence.
Funeral Saturday. August 29, at 1 P.m..
from Nineteenth Street Baptist Church.
Rev Walter H. Brooks officiating. Inter
ment Harmony Cemetery.
HARRIS. WILLIAM B. The officers and
rsH8 O WV^i.^Vet ft the
treasurer, WILLIAM* ^HARRli!1 1326V R
at n.w.. on Friday, August 28. 1942, at
•7:30 p.m., at which time Elk services will
be conducted. Funeral Sunday at 1 P-nu
from Nineteenth Street Baptist Church.
* "dr LEO S. HOLTON. Exalted Ruler.
VINCENT M. GREENFIELD, Secretary.
HARRIS. WILLIAM B. Members of
Queen ol Sheba H. H. of Unit1' p'nci
G U O of O. F.. are requested to attend
the funeral of Brother WILLIAM B. HAR
pfc Saturday. August 29, 1942* at x
bcfock pm,, from the Nineteenth Street
•Dantiftt church. Wear all white. House
hold services will be pri?lay ,ev,e?2 «g rft’
*nRt °8 at 7 o clock p.m.. at 132b k si.
5 w " MARY J HENDERSON, M. N. G
HARRIET E. TYLER, W. R.
uni I AND. ELLSWORTH. Suddenly, on
Sunday. August 27L 1942. ELLSWORTH
HOLLAND. He leaves to mourn their loss
a devoted mother. Etta Contee: one ma
ter, Hottie Thompson: a stepfather. Sam
uel Contee; one aunt, one nephew, five
niece* and a host of other relatives and
*nThe* late Mr. Holland will rest at the
finite °',?!! StfTi
rS!ye aeWices will be held Friday.
Cemetery. Service* by Stewart* lunern
home, 30 H st. n e. ~7
JACKSON, CARRIE. On Tuesday, Au
gust 25. 1942. at the Home tor the Aged
and Infirm, CARRIE JACKSON. She
leaves a husband, two nieces, two nephews
and other relatives and friends. Friends
may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral
church, 1432 You st. n.w., after 10 a.m.
Friday. August 28. A , „„ . .
Funeral Saturday. August 29. at 1
p.m.. from the above funeral church. Rev.
S Warren officiating. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Paynes Cem
,Mj3hNSON. HENDERSON L. On Wed
Aucust °6 1942, at his residence.
5901 Eads st. n.e.. HENDERSON L. JOHN
SON, beloved husband of Lillian B. John
son and father of Mrs. Helen Lewis.
Friends may call at his late residence
^Services*1* It^Mount Carmel Baptist
Church Saturday, August 29. at l P-m
Friends invited. Interment Lincoln Me
morial Cemetery. Arrangements by Me
°UKIRBY. EDWARD F. On Wednesday
Autnist 26, 1942. at his residence, 19H
.35th place n.w.. EDWARD F. KIRBY, be
loved husband of Regina Kirby.
Funeral from the James T. Clement.
Sons funeral home, 1241 Wisconsin ave
n.w., on Saturday. August 29. at R-.U
a.m. Requiem mass at Holy Tnnitj
Church at 9 a.m. Relatives and friendi
‘"kVeBY. MARY CATHERINE. On Wed
nesday. August 26- 1942. at her residence
A74.3 13th St. n.w., MARY CA1HSK1W1
KIRBY, beloved wife of Michael P. Kirby
Funeral from the above residence oi
Saturday. August 29. at 8:30 a m.: thenc<
to the Church of the Nativity, where mas
■will be offered at 9 a m. Relatives ar.
friends Invited. Interment Mount Olive
Cemetery.
KRAKE. THEODORE E. On Thursday
August 27. 1942, at, his residence. 51j
Crittenden st. n.w. THEODORE E
KRAKE beloved husband of Elizabetl
Krakce and father of Margaret E. Griffin
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funera
pome. 2901 14th st. n.w,. on Saturday
August 29. at 3 p.m. Interment Roc
Creek Cemetery. Relatives and friend
invited. 28
KRUEGER. CHARLES. On Thursday
August 27, 1942. at Mount Alto Hosplta
CHARLES KRUEGER, beloved husband o
Eva Joan Krueger of 9511 Colesville rd
Sliver Spring. Md.
Mr Krueger rests at the Warner I
Pumphrey funeral home, 8434 Ga ave
Silver Spring. Md.. where services will b
held on Saturday. August 2H, at 1:30 p n
Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 2
MASCHEK. ANTONIA. On Tuesday.
August 26. 1942. at Georgetown Univer
sity Hospital. ANTONIA MASCHEK. be
loved mother of Mrs. Louise Collins and
Mrs. Eleanor Posey and sister of Thomas
Yohe and Mrs. Rose Blacksmith, both of
^Rentafris restina at the George W. Wise
{uneral home. 2900 M st. nw. thence to
loly Comforter Catholic Church, where
mass will be offered at !i a m. Friday. Au- i
gust 28 Interment Columbia Gardens.
MeCURDY. CHARLES POST. On Tues- 1
day. August 26- 1942. at his residence.
1.126 Delafield pi n.w . CHARLES POST
MeCURDY, beloved husband of Jessie
Weaver McCurdy and father of Lt. Charles
Post McCurdy, Jr. of Williamsburg. Va
Services at the 6 H Hines Co funeral
home, 2901 14th si. n.w.. on Friday. Au
gust 28. at 11 a m. Interment, private.
Oak Hill Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers.
MOTEN. JOHN. On Tuesday. August
56. 1942. JOHN MOTEN. husband of Anna
Moten. father of Barbara May. Audrey
Lorain and John Donald Motel. Other
relatives and friends also survive.
Friends may call at Frasier s funeral
home. .289 R. I. ave. n.w where funeral
services will be held on Friday. August 28,
• t 1 p m . Rev. C. David Foster officiating.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 27
MeGRATH, WILLIAM H.. JR. On Mon
day. August 24. 1942. WILLIAM H. MC
GRATH. Jr., beloved son of William H.
ind Jean M McGrath: brother of Paul L.
McGrath and Mrs Jean Hartley.
Services at Chambers' funeral home 61 ,
11th st. s.e . on Saturday. August 29. at
Interment Arlinion National Cemetery 2S
jn am- Relatives and friends invited
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DCNNINGTON. CLYDE EUGENE. In
sad. loving remembrance of our dear son
and brother. CLYDE EUGENE DUNNING- j
TON. who departed this life one year ago
today, August 27, 1941.
We were sitting at your bedside
And saw your life depart.
And when we knew you had gone
It almost broke our heart,
We tried so hard to save you.
Our prayers were all in vain:
This world would seem like Heaven
If we could see you again.
You left behind some broken hearts
That loved you so sincere.
That never did and never will
Forget you, Clyde, my dear.
The flowers we place upon your grave
Will wither and decay.
But the love for you who sleeps beneath
Will never fade away.
We pray to meet you where we part
no more.
HIS DEVOTED MOTHER, FATHER,
BROTHER AND SISTER.
FLAHERTY, TIMOTHY E. In loving
remembrance of our dear husband and
father, TIMOTHY E FLAHERTY, who de
parted this life nine years ago today, Au
gust 27. 1933.
His memory Is as dear today
As in the hour he passed away.
HIS DEVOTED FAMILY. •
FOREMAN, JOHN I. A tribute of love
and devotion to the memory of my devoted
father JOHN I FOREMAN, who passed
awav three years ago today, August 27,
1939.
"Then, with no fiery, throbbing pain.
No cold gradations of decay.
Death broke at onre the vital chain
And freed his soul the nearest way." I
HIS DAUGHTER. ANITA F. LE MON. ♦
HALL, MAMIE E. A tribute of love to
i the memory of our darling mother, Mrs.
.MAMIE E. HALL, who left us four years
I ago today, August 27. 1938.
The memory of her love and devotion
I still inspires and comforts us.
HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. LORRAINE
a MTV TB&Rgl
MELVINT. EATON !
FUNERAL DIRECTOR
ASSOCIATED WITH
WISE FUNERAL HOME
2900 M ST. N.W.
Funeral Home Reaidenee )
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MOl’LDEN. ANNA E Departed this life
Monday. August 24. 1942. at 12:15 P_m .
at Freedmen's Hospital. ANNA E MOUL
DEN. wife of the late Samuel Moulden.
She leaves to mourn their loss a brother,
Walter H. West: a niece, Marion S. Hunter,
and other relatives and friends. The late
Mrs. Moulden may be viewed at her late
residence. 825 9lh st. n.e., after 5 pm.
Wednesday.
Funeral Thursday. August 27. at 1 P.m..
from Mount Olive Baptist Church. 6th st.
between L and M sts n e.. Rev. John
Child officiating Interment Harmony
Cemetery. Services by Stewart's funeral
home. .'10 H st. n.e. 27
OWENS, BESSIE. On Wednesday. Au
gust 26, 1942. at Emergency Hospital. ;
BESSIE OWENS, beloved wife of John I
Owens, devoted mother of Thomas. Henry.
John. ir.. and Ollie Owens. Friends may
cal) at ihe W. Ernest Jarvis funeral homr.
14.12 You st. n.w , after 10 a m. Friday,
August 28
Funeral Saturday. August 29. at 1 pm.,
from thp Simpson Memorial Church. Sher
man ave. and Barry place n.w.. Rev. John
F. Monroe officiating. Relatives ana
friends invited. Interment Harmony Cem
etery. 28
PARKER, JOHN. On Thursday. August
27, 1942. at his residence. 610 Hamilton
si n.w . JOHN PARKER, formerly of Shef
field. England, beloved husband of Annie
Parker and father of Patricia Parker,
Mabel Richards and Harold Parker of
Sheffield. England.
Service; at the S H. Hines Co. funeral
nome, uu uaiuiUa.>, g-xu- i
gust 29. at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill j
Cemetery. 28 |
PEAKE. CHARLES. Suddenly, on Thurs- j
day. August 27, J942, at his residence, |
14:82 Parkwood place n.w.. CHARLES'
PEAKE, beloved husband of Elizabeth I
Prakr (nee Wolfman) and beloved father j
of Miss Evelyn Peake. He also is sur- |
vived by one brother. Ben Peake, of Balti
more. Md . and two sisters. Mrs. Julia
Weinbere and Miss Dorothy Peake
Funeral services at the Bernard Dan- j
zanskv A Son funeral home. .‘1501 14th I
st n.w . on Friday August 28. at 2 p.m. i
Interment Adas Israel Cemetery.
PRESTON. MARY M. On Thursday.
August 21. 1942. at Providence Hospital.
MARY M. PRESTON, beloved wife of the
late John E. Prestoh and mother of Mrs.
T E. Cox. Mrs. L. J. Fitzpatrick and
John Edward Preston.
Funeral from .1329 10th st. n e., on
Saturday. August 29. at 8:30 am. Re
quiem mass at St. Anthony's Church at
(t am. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 28
RINALDO, FLORENCE H. On Wednes
day. August 26. 1942. at her residence.
2800 J 3th st. n.w., FLORENCE H. RI
NALDO. beloved wife of Lawrence J. Ri
naldo and mother of Mrs. Dan E. Allen of
Corpus Christi. Tex.: Mrs. Ada Overstreet,
Kermit, Tex: Mrs. Edwin T. Tucker. 6022
N. 21st st., Arlington. Va.. and Mrs. Ray
mond C. Suran of Cincinnati, Ohio.
Services at the S. H Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 I4lh st. n.w.. on Friday. Au
gust 28, at 3 p m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
RINK. WILLIAM E. On Wednesday.
August 26. 1942. at Mount Alto Hospital,
WILLIAM E. RINK of loll Sth st. n.e.,
husband of the late Mary E. Rink.
Services ai the S. H Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Saturday.
August 29. at 1 p m Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Ceme
tery. 28
RINK. WILLIAM E. The Department.
of the District of Columbia, U.
S. W. V.. announces the death
of Past Commander WILLIAM
E. RINK. All comrades of the
department are requested to
meet with Richard J. Harden
_Camn at the S H Hines Co.
funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w., Satur
day. August 29. 1942. at 1 p.m . for the
funeral of our late comrade. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
FLVIN M. LUSKEY. Dept. Commander.
JAMES H. WRIGHT, Dept. Adit.
ROSENBLOOM. FRANK A. On Tues
day. August 25. 1042. FRANK A ROSEN
OT ontl k„eV,nr.rf nf lots P.Alriio Vpc.
litz Rosenbloom: lather of the late Max
A.. Sidney G. and of Sara R.. of Wash
ington. D. C.' Cecil of Hartford. Conn.:
Josenh of Coudersport, Pa.: Ida of Pitts
burgh. Pa : Mrs. Samuel Ross and Milton
M. Rosenbloom. both ofr New York City:
brother of Louis J. and Mrs. James Gold
stein. both of Buffalo. N. Y.
Services from Etkin Mortuary. Buffalo,
N. Y., 2 p.m. Thursday, August 27.
SARDO, WILLIAM H., SR. On Monday,
August 24. 1942, at St. Francis Hospital.
Miami Beach. Fla.. WILLIAM H. SARDO.
Sr., beloved husband of Louise C. Sardo
and father of William H„ Jr.: Joseph E
and the late Albert J. Sardo Friends may
call at his late residence. 412 H st. n.e.,
after 10 a.m. Friday. August 28.
Funeral services at 412 H st. n.e. on
Saturday. August 29. at 9:15 a m.: thence
to Our Lady of Lourdes Church, where
mass will be offered at 10 a.m Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Fort
Lincoln Cemetery. 28
SCOTT, EMMA C. On Tuesday. August
25. 1942. at her residence. Northbrook
Courts. EMMA C. SCOTT, beloved sister of
Mrs. Alice Shipley and aunt of Mrs. Ida
Shipley, Mrs. Emma Stringer. Mrs. Ger
trude Brooks and Mrs. Oliver G. Middle
kauf. . ,
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Friday. Au
gust 28. at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment 12:30 P.m., Druid
Ridge Cemetery. Baltimore, Md.
SEWELL. ALVIN T. On Monday, Au
gust 24, 1942, ALVIN T. SEWELL of 1712
3rd st. n.w., son of Emma and the late
Austin Sewell, devoted husband of Theresa
Sewell (nee Spencer), beloved father of
i'll o. niviiua ni.vimio ouu y»-i
Deloris, Spencer and Drnald 8ewell: broth
er of Mrs. Pauline Smith. Austin, Paul and
Beniamin Sewell. Also surviving are a
son-in-law. Carl Hitchens, and other rela
tives and many friends. After 8 P.m.
Thursday. August 27, friends may call at
his late residenoe.
Requiem mass will be celebrated at Holy
Redeemer Catholic Church, New York
and New Jersey aves. n.w., on Friday.
August 28, at 10 a.m. Interment Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements by
McGuire. 27
SOMERS, FRANK L. Suddenly, on
Monday. August 24, 1942, at his residence,
458 Mass. ave.. FRANK L. SOMERS, be
loved husband of Sadie B. Somers.
Services at the Chambers funeral home.
1400 Chapin st.. on Friday. August 28,
at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends Invited.
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 27
SOMERS, FRANK L. Members of Web
• Pressmen's Union. No. 6,
are requested to attend the
funeral of our late brother.
FRANK L. SOMERS. Fri
day. August 28, 1942. at 10
a.m.. from Chambers' fu
neral home. 14th and Cha
pin sts. n.w. Interment at
Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
EMERY MAYHEW. President.
J. M. COSTELLO, Sec.-Treaa. 27
SPENCER. KATE F. On Thursday. Au
gust 27. 1942. at her residence. 3220
Conn. ave. n.w.. KATE F. SPENCER. 8he
is survived by three cousins. Miss Florence
W. Conger, Mr. Edward Conger and Col.
Russell Osmun. Remains resting at the
8. H. Hines Co. funeral home, 2901 14th
st. n.w., until 10 a.m. Friday.
Funeral services at St. Paul's Episcopal
Church. 917 23rd st. n.w.. on Friday. Au
gust 28. at 11 a.m. Interment Plymouth,
Ohio. 28
8TICKLER. HARRY B. On Tuesday,
August 25, 1942. at Emergency Hospital,
Annapolis, Md., HARRY B. STICKLER,
beloved husband of Lila Marie Stickler and
stepfather of William J. Koerner and Char
i lotte Delhi and brother of William F. Eng
■ lish and Mrs. June Coleman.
Services at Chambers’ funeral home, 51,
I 11th st. s.e , on Friday. August 28. at 1
p.m. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Arlington National Cemetery.
THORNE, ALLAN RAYMOND. 8ud
i denly. on Tuesday. August 25, 1942
ALLAN RAYMOND THORNE, beloved son
i of Raymond and Hazel Thorne. He alsc
is survived by three sisters. Patricia. Mar
1 torie and Barbara Thorne, and one broth
. er. Richard Thorne. . .
Services at Gasch's funeral home. 473f
5 Baltimore ave . Hyattsvllle, Md.. on Fri
day. August 28. at 2 P.m. Relatives anc
friends invited. Interment Evergreer
' ! Cemetery, Bladensburg. Md.
i WOOD. JOHN MORRISON. Suddenly
. on Wednesday, August 28, J?42. neai
Barksdale Field, La., JOHN MORRISOb
WOOD, beloved son of Mary Wood anc
the late Frank James Wood: brother o
e Mrs. Harry Holsinger and Mrs. France:
. Driscoll. . _ , ,
i Service by Chambers Georgetown fu
neral home. Notice of funeral later.
Mrs. Coralie F. Cook Dies;
Teacher and Civic Worker
Mrs. Coralie Franklin Cook, j
widow of Prof. George William
Cook and prominent in civic, wel
fare and educational affairs here
for many years, died Tuesday at i
Freedmen's Hospital. She retired
from her various activities two
years ago due to failing health.
Widely known as a teacher and
active in interracial affairs, Mrs.!
Cook, a native of Lexington, Va..
was one of the founders of Storer
College at Harpers Ferry, W. Va.:
a member of the District Board of
Education for four successive terms
in the 20s, a member of the Board
of Public Welfare, a member of
the National District Social Hygiene
Associations and of the Juvenile
Protective Association.
A graduate of Emerson College
of Oratory in Boston, Mrs. Cook
taught oratory and English at How
ard University, where her late hus
band was secretary-treasurer and
later a trustee.
Survivors include a son, George
In iHrmortam
JACKSON. DELILAH M. In loving re
membrance of our dear mother. DELILAH
M JACKSON, who passed away eighteen
years ago today. August 27. 1924.
Mother, we miss your kind and cheery
ways,
With you we spent, our happiest days;
We miss you when we need a friend.
For in you. dear mother, we could depend.
HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. •
MOORE. ROBERT EUGENE. In loving
remembrance of our dear son and brother.
ROBERT EUGENE MOORE, who departed
this life five years ago today. August 27.
1937. Anniversary mass at St. Aloysius
Church.
And while he lies in peaceful sleep
His memory we shall always keep.
DEVOTED MOTHER. JULIA M. MOORE,
AND SISTERS. MRS. ROSE GENTNER
AND MRS. LILLIAN SHAW. •
PAYTON. MARION. A tribute of love
and devotion to the memory of our beloved
niece. MARION PAYTON, who passed away
two years ago today, August 27. 1940.
Just when life was sweetest
And we could have lived our best.
The sates of Heaven opened
And she entered into the land of rest.
It is lonely here without you
And so sad along life's way:
Life does not seem the same to us
Since you went away.
God is good. He ga\e us strength
To bear our heavy cross;
He is the only one who knows
How bitter Is our loss.
HER LOVING FAMILY.
SULLIVAN. BERTHA A. In loving re
membrance of our dear wife and mother.
BERTHA A. SULLIVAN, who departed this
life two years ago today, August 27. 1940.
Treasured thoughts of one ao dear
Often bring a silent tear;
Thoughts return to scenes long past.
Time rolls on. but memory lasts.
HUSBAND AND CHILDREN.
VANDEGRIFT. LYDA E. In sad and
loving memory of my dear friend. LYDA
E. VANDEGRIFT. who departed this life
twenty-one years ago today. August 27,
1921. FRIEND. •
William Cook, jr.; two nieces, Mrs.
Helen C. Jackson and Miss Jessie
Burrill; two nephews. J. Paul Clif- j
ford and John R. Clifford, and sev
eral grandnieces and grandnephews.
Funeral services will be held at I
her residence, 1231 Girard street
N.W., at 1 p.m. Saturday.
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Funeral Services Held
For J. Sfewart Brand
Requim mass for J. Stewart
Brand, 69, Commerce Department ;
lawyer, who died Tuesday, was held
this morning at St. Paul's Church.
Fifteenth and V streets N.W., pre
ceding burial in Fairview Ceme
tery, Culpeper, Va.
Mr. Brand, a native of Page
County, Va., and a resident of the
District for more than 35 years,
died at his home, 1413 Girard street
N.W., after a lingering illness.
He was a descendant of early
Virginia families and was named for
his maternal grandfather. Judge
James Stewart, one of the first
three Supreme Court justices of the
State of Virginia. His father. James
Alexander Brand, was also a State
Supreme Court justice.
Before coming to Washington.
Mr. Brand was associated with the
Norfolk <V Western Railroad. He
came here to practice law and was
graduated from Georgetown law ;
school in 1910. He was a member
of the Virginia bar and the Dis
trict bar.
Mr. Brand is survived by his
widow, Mrs. Mary Newhouse Brand,
and two daughters, Anne S. Brand
of Washington and Mrs. Marion
Klutey of Henderson, Ky.
Mr. Brand was a member of the
Sons of the Revolution, the Sons
of the Confederacy and the George
town Club.
Clothing Costs Probed
To halt the continuing rise in
clothing prices, the government of
Argentina is investigating the costs
in all textile factories.
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FRESH NEARBY SELECTED SLICING
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8128 Georgia Ave. N.W. 18th to R. I. Ave. N.E.
28 Kennedy St. N.W. 12th to Penna. Ave. S.E.
1121 13th SI. N.W. 27th to Penna. Ave. S.E.
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