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LORING. A son was born to Ensign and
Mrs Caleb Lortng. Jr., at Prides Crossing.
Msss . on November 14. 1943. Mrs Lor
lng was formerly Rose Mary Katharine
Merrill of Washington. D. C.
CHariia of GJtjattka
HAWKINS, REV. ARTHUR A. The
family of the late Rev. ARTHUR A. HAW
KINS wish to thank the Revs. Fox. Brooks.
Holloman and Spellman: the officers and
members of Mount Horeb Baptist Church,
neighbors, friends and relatives for their
kind expressions oi sympathy and beau
tiful floral tributes during our recent
bereavement.
KNOWLES, JAMES H. The iamtly of
the late JAMES H. KNOWLES wish to
extend their 'incere thanks to Father
Caufleld of Holy Name Church and to
Schneider's Baking Co., and to the untir
ing efforts of the many relatives and
friends for all their lovely deeds of kind
ness and floral gifts given t» him during
his recent illness, we most gratefully offer
our deepest appreciation
THE FAMILY.
Spattfa
ASHLIN. ROBERT M. On Sunday. No
vember 14. 1943. ROBERT M. ASHLIN
of 1641 West Virginia ave. n.e., beloved
husband of Florence H Ashlin and father
of Robert L , Charles M . Beverly D . Wil
liam V.. John D. and Mary J. Ashlin and
Mrs. Norman Van Arsdale.
Funeral from the residence of his son.
2334 So. Dakota ave n.e., on Tuesday
November 16. at 2 P.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Olenwood
Cemetery.
ATWOOD. JANE R. On Saturday. No
vember 13. 1943. at Freedmen's Hospital.
JANE R. ATWOOD, wife of the late Pedro
Atwood. She leaves one brother, two sis
ters and a host of nieces and nephews.
Remains resting at her late residence. 811
Addison road. Belmont Heights. Md., after
6 p.m. Monday. November 15.
Funeral Tuesday. November 16. at 11
a m . from Church of Atonement, fiiith and
Grant sts. n.e. Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment Lincoln Cemetery. Ar
rangements by Henry S. Washington &
Bons. 467 N st. n.w.
ATWOOD. JANE. Members Columbine
Chapter. No. 46. O. E. S . are hereby noti
fied 'o attend burial ceremony to be held
at. the late residence of JANE ATWOOD.
811 Addison Chapel rd.. Fairmont Heights.
Md.. Monday. November 15. 1943. a' 8:3(1
p.m All visiting chapters invited to at
tfn<1 SISTER SALLY McMILI.lAN. W. M.
SISTER E COLE. Secretary.
ATWOOD. JANE. Officers and mem
bers of Love Temple. No. 2155. I. B P.
O. E. ot W., ore hereby notified of the
death of Daughter JANE ATWOOD, who
departed this 1 fe at Freedmen's Hospital
Saturday. November 13. 1943. at 9 a m.
Session of sorrow Monday. November lo.
ai the Elks' Home, Fairmont Heights. Md..
8i 8 p.m. Services will be continued at
her late residence, si 1 Addison Chapel
rd.. Fairmont Heights. Md.
Funeral services Tuesday. November 16.
at 11 a m., at the Church of the Atone-1
Blent. 56th and Grant sts. n.e.
DAUGHTER CARRIE BROADWAY.
Daughter Ruler.
DAUGHTER MARION BELL. Fin. Secty.
ATWOOD. JANE. Officers and mem
bers of Flower of Purity Council of Past
Daughters Rulers of Elks are hereby noti
fied of the death of Loyal Daughter JANE ;
ATWOOD. Session of sorrow Monday.;
November 15. 1943. at 8 p in.. Elk.' Home.;
Funeral from Church of Atonement. .>6th;
and Grant sts. n.e. on Tuesday, Novem-;
ber 16. at 11 a m _ _
OPHELIA RANSOM. L. D. R.
FLORENCE JOHNSON. L. F. S.
BAILEY, LAl'RA. On Saturday. Novem
ber 13, 1943. at her residence. 117 Adams
St. n w.. LAURA BAILEY, wife of the late [
Jacob Bailey Surviving are a daughter, i
Mrs Julia Branch: a son. Everett O. Bailey:
three trandchildren. Leatrice. Laurette and
Jacqueline Branch, a half-sister. Mrs. I
Emma Ward: a niece. Mrs. Bessie Johnson. !
«nd other relatives. , j
After nocn Tuesday. November 16.
friends mav call at the McGuire funeral)
home. lS'ln 9th st. n.w.. where services!
w ill be held at 1 p.m. Wednesday. Novem-;
ber 17. Rev. Robert L. Rollins officiating.j
Interment ?.' Lincoln Memorial Cemetery
(Petersburg, Va.. papers please copy.) 16
BERRY. WILLIAM. Departed this life
Cn Friday. November 12. 1943. at Emer
gency Hospital. WILLIAM BERRY, 'he
loving brother of Mrs. Susir Green. Mrs.
Clara Luckett. Catherine Smith. Luvenia
Sherman. James Curtis. Nathaniel and
Robert Berry Other relatives and many
friends mourn his departure
Remains resting at the John T Rhinos &
Co. funeral home. 3rd and Eve sts. s.v .
where funeral services will be held on
Tuesday. November in. at 11 a m . Rev.
S A. Warren officiating. Interment Lin
coln. Va.
BOLER. DOUGLAS. On Thursday. No
vember 11, 1943. at Gallinger Hospital.
DOUGLAS BOLER of 1756 Seatcn st
n.w He leaves to mourn him a host a
friends. The remains may be viewed at
the Hall Bros, funeral chapel, 1400 S
*t. n.w.
Funeral services Tuesday. November 16,
it R pm. Interment Wednesday. No
vember 17. at Payne's Cemetery.
BREWER. CARROLL THOMAS. De
parted this life on Thursday. November
11. 1943. at 10 p m . at Garfield Hospital,
after a short illness, CARROLL THOMAS
BREWER, the loving son of Emily Rrewcr
Powell and Thomas Brewer, devoted
grandson of Mr. end Mrs. W. R. Davis
and Mrs. Marie Brewer. He also leaves
a host of other relatives and friends. Re
mains at his late residence, 4524 R I
ave., Brentwood. Md , after 3 p m Sun
day. November 14.
Funeral Tuesday. November 16. at 2
p m . from the Brentwood A. M. E. Zion
Church. Rev. H. A. Thompson officiating.
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Harmonv Cemetery. Arrangements by W.
Ernest Jar\ns. 15
BRICE. WILLIAM F. On Saturday,
November 13, 1943. at Miami Beach. Fla .
WILLIAM F. BRICE, beloved father of
Mrs Helen Whitmore.
Friends may call at the Lee funeral
home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where
services will be held on Tuesday. Novem
ber 16. at 2 p.m Interment private.
BULLOCK. MATTIE W. On Friday. No- i
vember 12 1946, at Fr^edmen's Hospital.:
MATTIE W BULLOCK, the beloved wife of
Charles L. Bullock. She also is survived by
three sisters. Blanche Banks. Lethia Mask
and Gladys H^nry: three brothers. William.
Endom and Leonard McDaniel, and other
relatives and friends. Remains resting with
L E Murrav A Son. 1667 K»th st. n.w.
Friends may call after 5 p.m Monday. No
vember 15
Services will be h» Id Tuesday. November
16. at l pm. at the above funeral par
lor. Intermen* in Lincoln Memorial Cem
etery. *
BULLOCK. MATTIE W. Officers and
;n embers of Redemption
Chapter No. 11. O E S.. are
requesiod to attend *he fu
.iS/^Sw neral of our late sister and
1 conductress. MATTIE W.
T/ BULLOCK, on Tuesday. No
V vem'oer It;. 1946. at 1 p.m.
from the L E. Murray funeral home. 1667
10th st. n w. Wear black. All Eastern
Stars invited
(Signed .) AUGUSTA WILLIAMS. W. M.
WILLIAM H KELSON. W. P.
MARGARET KEY KELSON. Secty.
CALAWAY. CHARLES H. Suddenly on
Saturday. November 16. 1946. ai Emer
gency Hospital. CHARLES H. CALAWAY.
beloved husband of Mrs. Bertha Wardell
Calaway and brother of Miss Bertie Cal
away. Mrs Charles Barton. Mrs. W. Rem
ber’ Simpson. James L. Calaway and Kilby
Calaway.
Remains resting at Hysong’s funeral
home. 1600 N st. n.w., where services will
be held on Tuesday evening. November
16. at 7:60 p.m. Interment Spring Hill
Cemetery. Easton. Md.
CASSELL. MARTHA M. Suddenly, on |
Friday. November 12. 1946. MARTHA M.
CASSELL of 707 Fairmont st. n.w . be
loved wife of Albert I. Cassell and devoted
mother of Charles. Irvine. Martha A.. Al
berta C and Albert T. Cassell. Also sur
viving are other relatives and many friends. 1
After 2 p m. Monday. November 15. friends .
may rail at her late residence.
Services Tuesday. November 16. at 2
pm. at Calvary Foiscopal Church. 11th
and G n.e. Interment Lincoln Me
morial Cemetery. Arrangements by Mc
Guire.
CLEMENTS. ANDREW CORNELIUS. On
Sunday. November 14. 104:;. at Mount Alto
Hospital. Washington. D C.. ANDREW
CORNELIUS CLEMENTS, beloved husband
of Eula B. Clements of 1267 Bluemont
drive. Arlington. Va.. and father of J El
wood. William P. and Andrew C. Clem
ent. 1r.. and Mrs Elva Lee Sieber. He also
is survived by three sisters and one brother.
Remains resting at the Ives funeral
home. 2847 Wilson blvd . Arlington. Va..
where funeral services will b" held on
Wednesday. November 17. at 10 a.m. In
terment Arlington National Cemetery 16
CONLEY. JAMES J. On Sunday. Novem
ber 14. 1946 at his residence. 2420 Pa
ave n.w.. JAMES J. CONLEY, beloved
husband of Margaret J. Conley <nee
Leonard) and father of Lt. J. Leonard
Conley. M. C . U. S. N. R : Edna and
Pauline Conley and Mrs Marie Montague.
Services at the above address on Wed
nesday. November IT. at 8:60 a.m.: thence
to s Stepnens Catholic Church. *T»th
st. and Pa. ave. n.w.. where mass wOl be
offered at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery. 16
CONNOR. RUTH ELIZABETH. On Sun
day. November 1 4. 194::. at Donors Hos
pital. RUTH ELIZABETH CONNOR of
1865 6rd st.. beloved mother of Bruce
Kenneth Connor. Burl Wa no Connor:
daughter of Mrs. Minnie Bergquist and
sister of Mrs. Margaret Carlson and Carl
E. Bergquist.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co funeral
' home. 2901 ]4th st. n.w . on Tuesday. No
vember 16. at II a.m. Interment Fort
Lincoln Cemetery.
DAVIES. FLORENCE. On Monday. No
vember 15. 1946. at Cedar Croft Sani
tarium. Miss FLORENCE DAVIES, belov d
aunt of Andrew S. Bain and Frank H.
Bain.
Notice of funeral later.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
FRANK GEIER’S SONS CO
11 Id 7th 6t. N.W NA "473
3606 14th St. N.W. HO. 2326
Our Charges Are Reasonable.
J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
4th and Mass. Ave. N.E. LI. A200.
FUNERAL DIRECTORS.
Crematorium.
V. L. SPEARE CO.
Neither successor to nor connected with
the original W R. Speare establishment.
1009 H St. N.W. Natlonal°°892.
_FUNERAL DESIGNS._
GUDE BROS. CO. Flaral Piece*
1212 F St. N.W.National 4276.
, GEO. C. SHAFFER, Inc.
expressive floral TRIBUTES AT
MODERATE PRICES. PHONE NA. 0106.
Cor. 14th & Eye °5jy
Seatlja
COX, CHARLES ELWOOD. On Sunday.
November 14. 1943. at his residence. 101
Cedar st.. Alexandria. Va.. CHARLES EL
WOOD COX. aged 89 years, husband of
the late Caroline Green Cox, father of
Miss Winnie W. and Miss Jane Leslie Cox
of Alexandria, Mrs. James E. Locke and
Miss Edna W. Cox of Norfolk. Va.: grand
father of Capt. Jennie E. Locke. A. M. C .
Clinton. Iowa, and Mrs. Bascom Sykes of
Norfolk. Va.
Funeral services at the above residence
on Tuesday, November 1H, at 2 o m. In
terment Ivy Hill Cemetery. Alexandria.
DICKERSON, LAWRENCE C. Entered
into eternal rest Sunday, November 14.
1943. LAWRENCE C. DICKERSON of 2019
Gales st. n.e.. the loving husband of Mrs.
Ruby Dickerson. devoted father of Agnes.
Florence and Viola Dickerson and son of
Mr. James C. Dickerson. He also is survived
by three brothers. George. Harvey and
Golden Dickerson, and two sisters. Mrs.
Viola Grimm and Miss Agnes Irene Dicker
son. Other relatives and a host of friends
also survive. Remains resting at the John
T Rhlnes & Co., funeral home, 3rd and
Eye sts. s.w.
Notice of funeral later.
DORSEY. 'JANE. On Friday. Novem
ber 12. 1943. at Garfield Hospital. JANE
DORSEY, beloved wife of Milton L. Dor
sey and mother of Mrs. Elsie Washington.
William J and Joseph M. Dorsey, sister
of Mrs. Catherine Houston. Robert and
George Bailey. She also is survived by
six grandchildren and a host of other
relatives and friends. Remains will rest
at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral home.
14.32 U st. n.w., after 12 noon Sunday,
November 14.
Requ’cm mass at Holy Redeemer Cath
olic Church. N. J. ave. and M sts. n.w.,
on Tuesday. November 13, at 9 a m. Rel
atives and friends invited. 15
FARLEY. RACHEL T. On Monday. No
vember 15. 1943 at her residence, 3519
14th st. n.e.. RACHEL T FARLEY, beloved
mother of Florence E. Weaver. Louise A.
Burleigh md Roy A. Farley; grandmother
cf Maj. Alston W. Burleigh. Dr. Robert C.
Weaver and the late Mortimer G. Weaver
and gr^at-srandmother of Harry T. Bur
leigh. 2d. Also surviving are other relatives
and many friends.
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements
by McGuire.
FLESHMAN, MARY JANE. On Satur
day. November 13. 1943. at her residence,
5313 53rd st.. Rogers Heignts. Md.. MARY
JANE FLESHMAN. beloved wife of the late
John Fleshman and mother of Frank L.
Fleshman.
Remains resting at Gasch's funeral
home. 4739 Baltimore ave.. Hyattsville.
Md., where services will be held on Tues
day. November 13. at 8:39 a m.: thence to
St. Jerome's Catholic Churcn. Hyattsville.
Md.. where mass will be said at 9 a m
Relatives and friends invited. Interment!
Evergreen Cemetery. Bladensburg. Md. 15,
FOLLIN. BERTRAM S. Suddenly, on
Friday. November 12. 1943. BERTRAM S
FOLLIN of 3332 Prospect ave. n.w., the
beloved husband of Helen Faulkner Fol-,
lin and father of Thomas B. Follin and
brother of Mrs. Lyndall Beall. Mrs. Flor
ence E. Omohundro. Warren A.. C. Mar
vin. Walter Russell. Archie and Jessie
Follin.
Services at Chambers' Georgetown fu
neral home. 31 st and M sts. n.w., on Mon- •
day, November 15. at 2 P m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment in Co-,
lumbia Gardens Cemetery. 14 i
FREDERICK. PAULINE. Departed this
life on Friday. November 12. 1943. at;
Gallinser Hospital. PAULINE FREDERICK
of 325 12th st. n.e., the devoted daughter
of Harry and Tuesie Underwood. She also
is survived bv other relatives and many
friends. Remains may be viewed at John
T. Rhines funeral home. 3rd and Eye sts.
s.w . on Sunday, November 14. after 5 p.m.
Funeral and interment Clinton, N C.
15
FRERE. ELIZABETH G. Suddenly, on
Sunday. November i4. 1943. at Emergency
Hospital. ELIZABETH G. FRERE. beloved
daughter of the late Ida V. Owens and
sister of Clarence B and LeRoy S. Owens.
Friends may call at her late residence.
1321 Taylor st. n.w.. where services will
be held on Wednesday. November 17. at
2:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited
Interment Prospect Hiii Cemetery. 16
GIBBONS. ELMER L. Suddenly, on
Saturday. November 13, 1943. at his resi
dence. 1605 D Ft. se„ ELMER L. GIB
BONS. beloved husband of Margaret A
Gibbons and father of Mrs. Margaret
Brannan. Mrs. Thelma M. Rabbitt. Corpl
Ralph B . Elmer L.. jr., ana Alfred J.
Gibbons
Funeral from his late residence on
Tuesday. November 10. at 9:30 am.
thence to Holy Comforter Church, where
mass will be offered at 10 am for the
repose of his soul. Relatives and friends;
invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
15 I
G,n—>vs, F.LMER L. Members of the
Policemen’s Association.;
D. C. will attend the fu-1
neral of our late brother 1
ELMER L. GIBBONS Body
resting at 1605 D st. s.e !
Funeral services at Holy;
Comforter Church. 14th
and East Capitol sts . 10!
am. Tuesday. November
10.1943. Interment Cedar
Hill cemetery.
HOWARD F. SMITH. President.
JOSEPH S. DAVIS. Secretary.
GILBERT. VICTORIA. On Saturday
November 13. 1943. at her lesidence. 1150
Eaton road s.e.. after a lingering illness.
VICTORIA GILBERT, the beloved wife of
Enoch Gilbert. Also surviving are three
sons, five daughters, a mother, two broth
ers. one sister and many other relatives
and friends. Remains may be viewed at
, th<° Walter Hun’er funeral home. 3453
Nichols ave. s.e. Monday. November 15.
from 13 noon until 10 p.m.
Remains to be shipped to Alta Vista. Va.
GRAY, MARY CATHERINE. On Mon
( day. November 15. 1943. at her residence/
. 11104, U st. n.w., MARY CATHERINE
GRAY, beloved wife of Robert Gray. She
i also leaves to mourn her a mother and
hosts of other relatives and friends The
! remains are resting at the Hall Bros, fu
neral chapel. 1400 S st. n.w.
Notice of funeral later.
HALL. JAMES E. On Sunday. November
;14, 1943, at Providence Hosnital. JAMES
s E. HALL, beloved husband of Annie A. Hall
I and father of Mrs. Alice Blasie. Mrs. Anna
! M Hacelton. John T. and James E. Hall. jr.
F'uneral from the Thos. F. Murray fu
! neral home. 3007 Nichols ave. s.e.. Wed
nesday. November 17. at 9:30 a.m.: the.nce
l to St. Theresa’s Catholic Church. 13th and
I V sts. s.e,. where mass will be offered at 9
, a.m. for the repose of his soul. Relatives
[and friends invited Interment Washington
j National Cemetery. 16
JENKINS. RANDOLPH \Y. On Satur
day. November 13. 1943. at his residence,
i 3330 No. Nelson st.. Arlington. Va RAN
| DOLPH W. JENKINS, beloved husband of
Mary v. Jenkins <noe Conner) and father
I of Mrs. Russell E Todd. Mrs Jesse A
Torreyson and Bernard W Jenkins and
i brother of .John T. Jenkins.
Remains restin’: a* the Ives funeral
home. 3947 Wil. on blvri . Arlington. Va..
j where funeral services will be held Tues
i dav. November 16. at 1p.m. Inter
ment Chestnut Grove Cemetery, Hern
j don. Va.
JOHNSON. JOHN A. Suddenly, on Sat
urday. November 13. 1943, at Inland
Memorial Hospital. Riverdale. Md.. JOHN
1 A JOHNSON, beloved husband of Elsie
| Marie Johnson cf 3913 Newton st.. Col
mar Manor, Md.
Remains resting at Gasch’s funeral
home. 4739 Baltimore ave . Hyattsville.
Md., where services will be held on Tues
day. November 16. nr 3 p.m Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Fort Lin
coln Cemetery.
JOHNSON, JOHN A. Voyaguers of 40-8
n,. Branch of The American Le
^ 8ion arc notified of the death
of JOHN A. JOHNSON anti
J> are requested to assemble at
* t Oasch’s funeral home. 4739
5 Baltimore ave . Hyattsville.
Md.. on Monday. November
15. 1943. at 8 p.m., for
services.
GEORCxE PHELPS.
Chef dr Gare.
C F NAUMOWICZ.
Correspondant Voiture 265. Maryland.
JOHNSON. WALTER G. On Sunday. No-:
vrmbcr 14. 191';. at hi* residence. 24261
Ontar:o ■<!. n.w.. WALTER G. JOHNSON. |
Remains resting with L E. Murray A: Son.,
1337 10th st n.w.
Funeral notice later. **
JORDAN. ENSIGN WILLIAM HATIIA-j
WVAY. r. S. N. R. On Tuesday. Novem
ber 9. 1 at, San Diego. Calif.. Ensign
I WILLIAM HATHAWAY JORDAN. U. S
N. R . beloved husband of Helen Bauman
I Jordan of 4909 9th st. n.w , Washington.
D. C.. and son of Willis H. and Amy Ger
trude Jordan of 1403 North Wayne st..
Arlington. Va. He also is survived by two
brothers. Roscoe A. Jordan, pharmacist
| mate. 1st class. U. S. N. R., and Pvfc.
! Richard I Jordan, overseas.
Remains resting at the Ives funeral
home. 2847 Wilson blvd.. Arlington. Va..
until Wednesday. November 17. at 12
noon: thence to the Clarendon Methodist
Church. N. Irvine and 6th st., Arlington,
where funeral services will be held at 2
p.m Interment Arlington National Crm
rterv. with full military honors. 16
KAUFMAN. MILTON. On Monday. No
vember 15. 1943. at Emrrmcy Hospital,
after a prolonged illness. MILTON KAUF
MAN. son of ’he ’ate Mark and Hannah
Kaufman and brother of Dr. Harry M.
Kaufman and Mrs. Sol Bloom of Charles
i ton. W. Va.
I Services and interment private. 16
LOIIMAN, CLAUDIA M. E. Suddenly,
'on Saturday. November 13. 194."*. a’ her
.residence. *014 Dr Russev parkway.
CLAUDIA M. E. LOHMAN. beloved wife
1 of Harry R. Io'nman and mother of Mrs.
j Catherine E. Clay.
Funeral from the above residence on
Tuesday. November 16. at 2 P.m. Rela
tives and iriends invited. Interment Ar
lington National Cemetery 15
LOMAX. FANNIE M. On Saturday. No
vember 13. 1943. at her residence, 48
Pierce st. n.w.. FANNIE M. LOMAX, wife
of Chprks Lomax, mother of Helen Chase
and grandmother of Theresa Chase. She
also leaves a host of other relatives and
friends.
The late Mrs. Lomax may be viewed
at the above residence after 5 P.m. Tues
day. November 16. where services will be
held Wednesday. November 17, at 2 p.m.
Interment Linco’n Memorial Cemetery.
Services by the Stewart funeral home. 30
H si. n.e. 16
MACKEY. JAMES H. On Monday.
November 15. 1943. at Emergency Hos
pital, JAMES H. MACKEY of 1717 Var
num st. n.w.. husband of the lafe Bessie
Harman Mackey and father of Mrs. Mar
garet Mackev Titus and grrndfather of
Stanley Mackey Titus and Margaret Ann
Titus.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Thursday.
November 18. at 10 a.m. Interment Mount
Holly Springs. Pa. 17
MARSHALL, ESTHER E. Suddenly, on
Saturday. November 13, 1943. at her resi
dence. 329 B st. n.e.. ESTHER F. MAR
SHALL, daughter of Beni. J. and the late
Fannie G. Marshall: sister of the late
Grace Marshall Bowser, Robert W., James
M. and Leonard E. Marshall: sister-in-law
of Mrs. Wilda E. Marshall. She also
leaves a host of other relatives and friends.
Remains resting at Boyd s funeral home.
1238 20th st. n.w
Funeral Wednesday. November 3 7, from
Second Baptist Church. 3rd st. between
H and Eye stg. n.w., Rev. Hollman of
iiciattni. Interment In Harmony Cem
etery. 16*
Ercttfd
MAURICE. HOWARD T. On Sunday,
November 1*. 1043. HOWARD T. MAU
RICE. beloved husband of Maude A.
Maurice of 5312 Carolina place n.w.
Funeral from the funeral home of Frank
Oeler's Sons’ Co . 3805 14th st. n.w . on
Tuesday. November 18. at 2 p.m. Rela
tives and friends Invited. Interment Glen
wood Cemetery.
McDERMOTT. AMBROSE MARECHALE.
On Monday. November IB. 1043. at his
horns, 321 Cumberland eve.. Somerset.
Md.. AMBROSE MARECHALE McDER
MOTT. bsloved husband of Edna Mc
Dermott.
Funeral Thursday. November 18. at the
Church of the Blessed Sacrament, where
requiem mass will be off*red at 0:15 a m.
Interment Oreenmount Cemetery, Balti
more. Md. 17
MYRICK. THOMAS. On Saturday. No
vember 13, 1043, at Oaliinger Hospital.
THOMAS MYRICK. father of Virginia
Hevelow. Ida Addison, Magnolia Myriek.
Corine Woodson. Lucy A. Reese. Charles.
James and Troy Lee Myriek. and brother
of Ella Turner. Remains resting at Fra
zier's funeral home. 380 R. I. ave. n.w
Notice of funeral later. 18
NOTTINGHAM. WILLIAM K. On Sun
day. November 14. 1043. at Cincinnati.
Ohio, WILLIAM K. NOTTINGHAM, beloved
husband of Rose Brett Nottingham and
father of Mrs. Elizabeth N. Meek of Cin
cinnati. Ohio.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. fun'ral
home. 2081 14th st. n.w.. on Tuesday. No
vember 18, at 3 p.m. Interment Rock Creek
Cemetery.
PASTLEY, FREEDA. On 8unday. No
vember 14. 1043. at Freedmcn's Hospital.
FREEDA PASTLEY. Remains resting with
L. E. Murray & Son. 1337 10th st. n.w.
Funeral notice later. •
POLLARD. ELLA. On Saturday. No
vember 13. 1043, at Gallinger Hospital,
ELLA POLLARD, the daughter of Mrs.
Lucy Gibson and niece of Mrs. Nellie
Reese, Mrs. Leila Spriggs. Mrs. Sadie
Becks. Arthur, Charles and Richard
Coates and the ereat-nlece of Mrs. Carrie
B Lee and Mrs Jennie Boyd. Remains
resting at Boyd’s funeral home. Friends
may call after 4 pm. Tuesday. Novem
ber 18.
Funeral Wednesday. November 17, at
1:30 o’clock, from Union Wesley Church.
23rd st. between M and L sts. n.w. 18*
POWELL, WADE H. On Sunday. No
vember 14. 1943. at his residence. 1418
Corcoran st. n.w . WADE H POWELL. He
is survived by one sister. Miss Ada Powell:
two brothers. Anderson D and Richard W.
Powell, and other relatives and friends.
Remains resting with L. E. Murray * Son.
1337 10th st. n.w.
Funeral notice later. •
POWELL, WADE H. Columbia Lodge. No.
,85. I. B. P O. E of W . is herc
Eby notified of the funeral of
Brother WADE H POWELL
lrom the Murray funeral home.:
loth and O sts. n.w. Wednes
day. November 17. 1943. at 1
pm. Session of sorrew at the I
Elks’ Home. 301 R. I ave. n.w..
. Monday. November 15. at 8 pm.
JAMES E. ROSS, Exalted Ruler.
LEE CAMPBELL. Secretary.
REILI.Y, FRANCIS A. Suddenly, on!
Wednesday. November 4, 104 :i. at Los
Angeles. Calif.. FRANCIS A REILLY, hus
band oi Katherine Reilly and brother oi
Winifred R. Collins and Dr. J. Garrett
Reilly. , „ ,
Funeral (private) from the W. W Deal
funeral home. 4S1*J Georgia ave. n.w . on
Wednesday. November IT. Interment
Mount Olivet Cemetery. 16
ROBINSON. ARTHUR R. Suddenly, on
Saturday. November 14. 1044 ARTHUR
R. ROBINSON, beloved son of Loren P
Robinson and nephew of Charles H. and
Jennie F Knight.
Services at the W. K Huntemann fu
neral home. 5T42 Georgia ave. n.w.. on
Wednesday. November IT. st 2 pm Rel
atives and friends invited to attend. In
terment Glenwood Cemetery. 16
RYERSON. LEROY' B. On Sunday. No
vember 14. 1044. at his residence. 1400
Longfellow st. n.w.. LEROY B. RYERSON,
the beloved husband of Marie G. Rverson
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
borne. "001 14th st. n.w., on Wednesday.
November IT. at Hi am Interment Ar
lington National Cemetery. 16
SEWALL. I)R. GEORGE T. On Sunday
November 14. 1044. at his residence, 000
S si n.w.. Dr. GEORGE T SEWALL, be
loved husband of Beatrice W. Sewall. de
voted father of Norman E . John. Noble
Irving Sewall. Hairiee W. Blackburn. Louise
S Cook and Helen G. Williams: brother of
Mrs. Glover Johnson. Surviving are olher
relatives and friends.
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements
by Dabney k Garner funeral home. 44T
M st. n.w.
SMITH. GLEN. On Sunday. Novemb-r
14. 1044. at Providence Hospital. Gl EN
SMITH, husband of Mildred Smith, father
of Ann and Dail Smith
Funeral irom his late residence at \val
dorf. Md . on Wednesday. November )T.
at 10.411 am Services at St. Paul's
Chapel. Piney. Md., at II o clock. Inter
ment In church cemetery. Hi
SPEELMAN, MARTIN ROBINSON. On
Saturday. November HI. 1044. at his resi
dence. 154 Rhode Island ave n e.. MAR
TIN ROBINSON SPEELMAN. beloved
brother of Mrs. Lida C. Kost and James
A. Spellman of Kansas City. Mo. Remains
resting at Hysong's funeral home. 1400
N st n w.. where services will be held on
Tuesday. November 16. at " pm. Inter
ment Memorial Park Cemetery. St Joseph.
Mo. (St. Joseph and Kansas City. Mo.
papers please copy.) 16
SPEELMAN. MARTIN ROBINSON. The
members of Local Union No. 4. I. B. of B
are informed of the death of MARTIN
ROBINSON SPEELMAN on Saiurdav. No
vember 14, 1044. at his home. 154 R I
ave. n.e Funeral services will he held at
i the Hysone funeral home. 13th and N sis
| n w . at •: pm. Tuesday. November lb
Members are urged to attend Interment
I will be in St Joseph, Mo., in Memorial
I Pa(?ri£ecHAPPELL. Recording Secretary.
STEW ART-RICH ARD SO V UUABl n
PEABODY Suddenly on Saturday. No
vember 13. 104:1. at Miami. Fla. ELIZA
BETH PEABODY STEW ART-RICHARD
SON. wife of Mat. Robert Montague S’ew
art-Richardson. mother of Elizabeth Stew
art-Richardson Lakin; daughter of the late
Alexander Mair Stewart.
Funeral services at 11 *m. Wednesday.
November 17 a* Fifth Avenue Presbyterian
Church. New York City Intermen/ at
Wood lawn Cemetery, New York (Lon
don. England, papers please copy.) 1 . j
SUGDEN, MRS. ELIZABETH. On Sun
day. November 14. 1043. Mrs. ELIZABETH j
SUGDEN. aced 80 years, mother of Mrs
Florence Westerman and grandmother of
James C Toomey. „ .. , 1
Funeral services at Lawrence. Mass .
ion Wednesday. November 17. Frederick
i Allen. Broadway, Lawrence. Mass , ni-I
! rector.
SWAB. ELIZABETH. Suddenly, on Sun
| dav. November !4 1043. at West Holly
wood. Calif ELIZABETH, belovrd - if?
of David F Swab, mother of L. Roy Swab.
Mrs. Carrie Strauss and Mrs. Mabel Har
man. . _ ...
Burial at Inglewood. Cain.
I TAWNEY. BLANCHE REBECCA. On
I Saturday. November 13. 1043. ELANlhl
REBECCA TAWNEY. beloved wife of James
I Merryman Tawney: mother of Thonias.
i James. Joseph. Charles. U. S. N.: Alfred.
Raymond. U. S. A : Chester. U. S. A : Wil
liam. U. S. A : Florence. Marion. Dorothy.
! Genevieve and Josephine Tawney: also sur
i vlved by seventeen grandchildren and two
great-grandchildren
Funeral from the residence of her
daughter. Mrs. Florence Hester. 1106
Branch ave. s.e . on Tuesday.* November
13. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends in
vited. interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
TAWNEY, BLANCHE R Officers and
members of Mount Vernon Lodge. No 308.
L. A. to B of R. T.. are advised of the
death of Sister BLANCHE TAWNEY on
j Saturday. November 13. 1043. and are re
j quesied to attend the services on Monday.
I November 15, at 8 pm., at her late home.
I 1103 Branch ave. s.e.
KATHERINE MONTGOMERY. Sec ty.
TURNER. RICHARD NORMAN. Sud
denly. on Saturday. November 13. 1043.
! at Children's Hospital. RICHARD NOR
1 MAN TURNER, beloved infant son of
Beatrice Turner (nee Shriner) and Seret.
: Richard Carroll Turner. U. S A and
j twin brother of Robert Carroll Turner
I aged 2 months.
Funeral ‘-ervices at bis 'ate residence
j 7*’2 Oth st. s.e . on Tuesday. November
i 13. at 11 am Relatives and friends
j mvited. Interment Congressional Cem
I etery. 15
VOIGT. HENRY F. On Sunday. Novem
ber 14. 1043. at his residence. 5413 Mac
Arthur blvd. n.w , HENRY F. VOIGT, be
loved husband of Amanda M. Voigt and
father of Robert H . Sergt. Walter L.. U
! S. A., and Mary L Voigt.
Funeral from above residence on Wed
nesday. November 17. at 2 p.m. Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Mount
Zion Cemetery. Bethesda. Md. 13
WALLACE, EARLY. On Sunday. Novem
ber 14. 1043, at Casualty Hospital. EARLY
WALLACE. Remains rpsting with L. E.
Murray Son. 1337 10th st. n.w.
Funeral notice later. •
YF.ABOWER. ANNA M. On Sunday. No
vember 14, 1043 at her residence. 1203
Bronkville rd . Silver Spring. Md.. ANNA
M. YFABOWER. daughter of the late John
and Eliza Yeabower. Remains resting at
the S H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2001
14th st. n.w. until 12 noon Wednesday.
November 17.
Funeral services at St.. Paul’s. Rock
Creek Church Parish, at 1 p.m Wednes
day. November 17. Interment Rock Creek
Cemetery. 16
In Ilirmnrtam
FEDERLINE, MARGARET ELLA. In lov
ing memory of our dear mother. MAR
GARET ELLA FEDERLINE. who died nine
vcars ago today, November 15. 1942.
It’s hard to live without you. as the
months roll into years, it’s so hard to
near life’s burdens without your thought
ful care.
In our lonely hours of thinking.
Thoughts of you are very near;
We who loved you sadly miss you
As it dawns another year
Time has a way of Dassing on. and
though they say time heals all wounds,
we miss you. mother, dear, each day. We
would not question why God called you. He
knows best. Nine years ago He took you
home to rest.
At home on the beautiful hills of God -
By the valley of rest so fair.
Some day. some time, when our task is done,
With joy we shall meet you there.
HER DEVOTED HUSBAND AND CHIL
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Andrew C. Clements
Dies at Mount Alto
Andrew Cornelius Clements, 64,
former Arlington County sheriff and
a veteran of the Spanish-American
War, died yesterday in Mount Alto
Hospital after a long illness. He
lived at 1237 Bluemont drive, Arling
ton.
Mr. Clements, a native of George
town, was sheriff from 1920 to 1924.
He lived in Arlington for 40 years.
During the war with Spain he
served in the Philippine Islands and
was one of the first Americans to
enter the hills of Luzon with the 3d
Cavalry when it took part in the
fighting around Vigan.
He had been an employe of the
Navy Yard here for many years
before his retirement November 1
He was a member of the First Bap
tist Church of Arlington.
Surviving are his widow, the for
In fflrmnrtam
FLAMME. LORAINE. November 15.
Dear Loraine:
This Is your birthday, baby dear,
The day God gave me you;
But now vou're my angel in Heaven above,
So all I can do is send you mv love.
MOTHER. •
HANEN. NANCY FLORINE. In fondest
™ dearly beloved sister.
NANCY FLORINE HANEN (nee Ollliland)
who died three years ago today, Novem
ber 15, 1940.
MARGARET AND ADA.
JACKSON, WILLIAM McKINLEY. A
tribute of love and devotion to the mem
ory of our friend and leader. WILLIAM
McKINLEY JACKSON, who left us one
years ago today, November 15. 1934.
He had a kind word for every one,
A heart as true as sold;
To us who knew and loved him
His memory will never grow old
TOE BOYS' CHORUS AND MRS LILLIAN
tsKOOKS. •
LETCHER, EUGENE B. A tribute of
JP™i£JileJlleLmory of tny beloved husband.
EUGENE B LETCHER, who passed into
the great beyond twenty-two years ago
today, November 15, I9t*l.
All to myself I ttnd the way
Back to each golden yesterday.
Faring In fancy until I stand
Clasping your ready, friendly hand:
The picture seems half true, half dream,
And I keep Its color and its gleam
All to myself. f
All to myself I think of you,
Think of the things we used to do;
Think of thp Chinas we used to say.
Think of each happy bygone day
Sometimes I sigh and sometimes I smile,
But I keep each olden, golden while
All to myself.
HIS WIFE. DORA •
BARNES. LOTTIE E. AND HAZEL M
Sacred to the memory of our dear mother.
LOTTIE E. BARNES, who left rs Novem
£er_15, I9V>. and our darling sister.
HAZ^L M BARNES, who departed Octo
ber 21. 1927. THE FAMILY.
McCOY. MARY E. In sacred memory of
my mother. MARY E McCOY. who passed
away four years ago, November 15, 1999.
I do not forget you.
Nor do I fhtend:
I think of you often
And will to the end
HELENE.
PYLES. FRANKLIN WARREN. In ever
loving memory of my dear son and our
dear brother. FRANKLIN WARREN
PYLES, who departed this life four years
ago today, November 15, 1999.
Darling, we miss vou more every dav
But God in His wisdom planned it this way.
LOVING FATHER AND SISTER •
SHERWOOD. ANNIE E. In loving mem
ory of our dear mother, ANNIE E SHER
WOOD who departed this life Novem
ber 15, 1911.
We miss your voice.
We miss your smile:
’Twas you. mother, dear.
W'ho made tilings worth while.
YOUR LOVING CHILDREN •
SPRIGGS, BESSIE E. In loving mem
ory ot our dear mother and wile. BFSSIE
E SPRIGGS who departed this life one
year ago today. November 15. 1942.
Home is sad O God! Hov; dreary.;
Lonesome, lonesome, every spot.
Listening for her voice till weary,
Weary lor we hear it not.
God knows how much we miss you.
He knows our heartaches and our grief
Since vou have passed awav:
But we must endure until some day
Jesus calls us home to you.
DEVOTED HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. •
WARNICK. CATHERINE 8. In loving
memory of my dear mother. CATHERINE
S WARNICK. who departed this life one
sad year ago ihis day. November 15. 1942
DAUGHTER. MRS F C LANODON
mer Eula Virginia Plaugher, stras
burg, Va.; three sons. Pvt. Joseph E.
Clements, Camp Lee, Va.; Corpl. An
drew Clements, Jr., with the Army
in the Mediterranean theater, and
William Perry Clements, a student
at Claude Swanson High School in
Arlington, and a daughter, Mrs.
Elva Lee Sieber, Arlington.
Mrs. Claudia Lohman, Wife
Of Police Capfain, Dies
Mrs. Claudia M. E. Lohman. 72,
wife of Harry R. Lohman, retired
police captain, died Saturday of a
heart attack at her home, 4614 De
Russey parkway, Chevy Chase.
Funeral services will be held at 2
p.m. tomorrow at the residence, fol
lowed by burial in Arlington Cem
etery.
Mrs. Lohman was a charter mem
ber of the Mizpah Chapter, No. 8,
O. E. S. Her husband, first precinct
captain, had served on the police
force for 47 years. They celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary
September 5. She was a native of
Washington.
She is survived by her husband
and a daughter, Mrs. Catherine E.
Clay of Washington.
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Frank B. A. Linton Dies;
Noted Portrait Artist
Bj the Associated Press.
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 15.—Prank
B. A. Linton, 72, noted painter, died
Saturday at a nursing home follow
ing a long illness.
A native of Philadelphia, he was a
descendant of an old English family.
One of his relatives, Sir James
Linton, was for many years presi
dent of the Royal Academy in
London.
After attending Philadelphia pub
lic schools, Prank Linton studied
with Thomas Eakins, a celebrated
artist here, and at the Ecole des
Beaux Arts in Paris. He was an an
nual exhibitor at the Paris Salon
until recent years, and In 1913 was
elected to membership in the
Societe d’ International des Beaux
Arts et des Lettres. His painting
“The Last Touch," won the bronze
medal at the Paris Salon In 1927 and
wag bought by the French govern
ment for the Louvre.
Among his better-known paint
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Bj the Associated Press.
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