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AITCH1S0N. ADA McCOWN. On Wed nesday. January 5. 1944, at Washing ton 8anttarium Hospital. ADA McCOWN AITCHIBON, wife of Clyde Bruce Altchi con. Services will be held at the Church of the Epiphany, 1317 O st. n.w., on Friday, January 7. at 10:30 a.m. Interment pri vate. 8 BAILEY. JACQUELINE A. On Wednes day- -January 6. 1944. at her residence, 2611 P st. n.w., JACQUELINE A. BAILEY, beloved daughter of Corpl. Joseph C. and Sylvia Bailey, sister of Joseph, jr. Other relatives and friends also survive her. Remains at the W. Ernest Jarvis West End parlor. 28th st. and Dumbarton ave. n.w.. after 3 p.m. Friday. January 7. Funeral services Saturday. January 8. at 2 p.m, at the above funeral parlor. Rev. E. A. Haynes officiating. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 7 BELL, RICHARD E. Suddenly, on Wed nesday, January 5, 1944 at Mount Alto Hospital. RICHARD E. BELL, beloved hus band of Edith M. Bell end father of Rich ard H. Bell, James E., U. S. N.: Robert B. (overseas). U. S. N.. and George B. Bell. Friends may call at his late residence, 4517 38th at.. Brentwood, Md. Notice of funeral later. BENNINGTON. HARRY E. On Wednes day. January 5, 1944. at his residence. 327 7th st. n.e., HARRY E. BENNINGTON, be loved husband of Mary Ann Bennington, lather of John F.. William C . Elmer D and Gladys V. Bennington: Mrs. Loretta M. Quthridge and Mrs. Marie P. Cook Services at Chambers' luneral home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Saturday, January 8. at 1 pm. Interment Fort Lincoln Ceme tery. 7 BERMAN, MAX. On Wednesday, Jan uary 6, 1944, MAX BERMAN, aged 77 years, beloved husband ot Mollie Berman and father of Mrs. Stanley A. Levy. Mr. Berman also is survived bv two brothers, Kessler and Samuel Berman. Funeral services at the Bernard Dan tansky & Son funeral home. 3501 14th st. n.w., Friday. January 7. at 11 a m In terment District of Columbia Hebrew Cemetery. CAMPBELL, MARGUERITE I. On Tues day, January 4. 1944, at her residence, 1720 34th st n.w.. MARGUERITE I. CAMPBELL, beloved wife of John T. Camp bell and mother of Arthur J. and Vivian M. Campbell and Mrs. T Kendall Twjgg Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Friday, Jan uary 7. at 3 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery: 6 CARROLL. HARRY L. On Tuesday, Jan uary 4. 1944. at his residence, 3600 Ham ilton st.. Hyattsville, Md., HARRY L. CAR ROLL. beloved husband of Catherine Car roll (nee Tebbs) and father of Mary Alice, Eileen. Katherine and William Carroll. Remains resting at Gasch's luneral home. 4739 Baltimore ave . Hyattsville, Md. Services at the above funeral home on Friday, January 7, a! 9:3(- a.m.; thence to St Jerome's Catholic Church. Hyatts ville, Md . where mass will be said at 10 a m Relatives and friends invited. 6 CHASE. SARAH E. On Tuesday, Janu ary 4. 1944. at her residence. 39 Quincy pi n w . SARAH E CHASE, beloved mother of Thaddeus H. Chase, foster mother of Edward Hatcher, sister of Mrs. Nellie Washington of New York City, aunt of Mrs Adelle Ellis, grandmother of Mrs. Sylvia Chase Barnes and mother-in-law of Mrs. Flora Chase. Friends may call Thursday after 4 p.m. at the Dabney & Garner funeral home. 442 M st. n.w. Funeral Friday at 1 p.m. from the Gal braith A. M. E. Zion Church, Hth st. be tween L and M sts. n.w , Rev. J. L. White officiating. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 6 CLEMENTS. SARAH 8. On Tuesday. January 4. 1944. at her residence, 1918 Good Hope rd. s.e., SARAH S. CLEMENTS, beloved wife of the late Thomas E. Clements. Funeral from the Thomas F. Murray funeral home. 2007 Nichols ave. s.e., on Friday, January 7. at 9 a.m.; thence to St. Theresa’s Catholic Church, where mass will be offered at 9:30 a.m. lor the repose of her soul. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 6 COLEMAN, MARY. On Thursday, Jan uary 8. 1944, at the residence of her granddaughter. 1444 W st. n.w., MARY COLEMAN, beloved mother of Sandy Cole man. sr.; devoted grandmother of Mary Buckholts and Pvt. Sandy Coleman. She also leaves one great-grandchild and other relatives and friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements! by W. Ernest Jarvis. COLVIN. MARY V. On Tuesday. Jan uary 4, 1944. at her residence. 720 12th! st n.e . MARY V. COLVIN, wife of the late George Colvin. She is survived by four daughters, three sons, forty-one grandchildren and a host of other rela tives and friends. Remains resting at the Allen & Morrow, Inc., funeral home, 1328 V st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. 8 CORD. MARY ELIZABETH. On Tues-i day. January 4. 1944. at Providence Hos-1 pital. MARY ELIZABETH CORD (nee Nicholson), beloved wife of Henry W. Cord of Ardmore. Md. She also is survived by three daughters. Adell Harllee. Josephine Evans and Cecelia Cord: four sons. Henry, jr.: Arnett, Robert and Theodore Cord. Remains resting at her late residence, where services will be held on Friday. Jan uary 7. at 8:30 a.m.; thence to St George's Catholic Church. Ardmore. Md.. where mass will be offered at 9 a.m Relatives and friends invited. Interment Fort Lin coln Cemetery. 8 COSH, ANNIE E. On Wednesday. Jan uary 5. 1944, at 5)508 Biltmore drive, Sli ver Spring. Md,. ANNIE E. COSH, beloved wife of the late Urban Cosh and mother of Mrs. Elizabeth Evans. Francis Cosh, Mrs. Justine Burdette and Emmett Cosh. Funeral from Timothy Hanlon s funeral home, 841 H st. n.e., on Friday. January 7. at 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass at Holy Name Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. CRAWFORD, MARY O.; QUEEN. MAR THA. Officers and members of St. Au gustine's Ladies’ Auxiliary. No. 73. and District Auxiliary, No 2. Knights of St. John, are notified of the deaths of Sisters MARY CRAWFORD and MARTHA QUEEN. Call meeting at Pope's funeral home. 315 15th st. s.e.. Friday. January 7. 1944. at 8 p.m. Funeral mass for Sister Mary Crawford Saturday at 9 a.m at St. Cyprians Church, and m«.ss for Sister Martha Queen at 9 a.m. at the Church of the Incarnation. ELLA F. WATKINS. President. REBECCA THOMAS. Rec. Sec. CROSS, CATHERINE C. On Thursday. January 8. 1944. at Siblev Hospital. CATHERINE C CROSS, beloved wife of the late Joel \V. Cross and mother of Catherine. George. Charles E. and Robert V. Cross, and Mrs. Genevieve Femia. Funeral from the residence of her niece. Mrs. Arthur Underwood. 1934 You pi. s.e.,i on Saturday. January 8. at 10:30 a m Requiem mass at St. Dominic’s Church at 11 a m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Mem bers of Third Order of St. Dominic take notice. Arrangements by P. A. Taltavull. CUMMINS. ELIZABETH A. On Tues day. January 4. 1944. at her residence. 8043 P st n.w . ELIZABETH A. CUMMINS. Funeral from the James T. Ryan funeral home. 317 Pa. ave. s.e., on Friday. January 7, at 8:30 a.m.: thence to St. Matthew’’s Cathedral, where mass will be offered at P a.m. Relatives and friends invited. In terment New Cathedral Cemetery, Balti more. Md. 6 CURRY. CORA C. On Tuesday. Janu ary 4. 1944. at her residence. 1420 Girard st. n.w.. Miss CORA C. CURRY. She is survived by three sisters. Misses Kate. Minnie and Ida Curry. Funeral services at the above address on Thursday, January 8. at 8:30 p.m. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 6 DE REEF, IDA E. On Tuesday. Janu ary 4. 1944, at her residence. 2218 North Hubbard st.. Milwaukee 12, Wis.. EDA E. DE REEF, the beloved sister of Estelle E. Mitchell and Hattie Mitchell Lea of Win chester and Washington. She also is sur vived by a niece and nephew and many other relatives and friends. Interment Milwaukee, Wis., January 7, it 10 a.m. 7* DIXON. SIDNEY’. Suddenly, on Tues-1 day. January 4. 1944. SIDNEY DIXON| of J.40 L st. n.w.. devoted husband of I Mane Dixon, orother of Lessie Saley. j Bessie Livincston. Missie Thompson and' Annie Corwell. Many other relatives and friends also survive After 8 p.m. Thurs day. January 6. friends msv call at the Davie G. Brooks funeral home, 1200 Fla. ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. 7* DOLAN. JAMES EZRA. On Wednesday. January 5, 1944. at his residence. 103 Darrington st. s.w.. JAMES EZRA DOLAN, beloved husband of Helen R. Dolan and father of Thomas J. and Helen F. Dolan. Funeral services at the Thomas F. Murray luneral home. 2007 Nichols ave. st., Friday, January 7, at 2 p.m. Rela tives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. DONNELLY, FRANK A. On Wednesday. January 5. 1944. at Sibley Hospital. FRANK A. DONNELLY, beloved son of the late John and Johannah Donnelly. Funeral from his late residence. 307 11th st. s.w.. on Saturday. January R. at P:30 a m. Requiem mass at St. Dom inic’s Church at 10 am. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Kindly omit flowers. 7 DOYLE. MOLLY OSTHAUR. On Tues day. January 4. 1944. MOLLY OSTKAUS DOYLE, heloved mother of F.odser M. Doyle and grandmother of Rodger and1 Harry Webster. Services at the Chambers funeral home. I 517 11th st. s.e.. on Friday. January 7. | at 2:30 p.m. Interment Prospect Hill Cemetery. 6 EARL. BERTIE LOUISE. On Wednes day. January 5. 1944, BERTIE LOUISE EARL of 402 N st. n.w. She is survived by her husband. Rev. James S. Earl: three sons, six daughters, three sisters, one daughter-in-law. two sons-in-law and three grandsons. After 4 p.m. Friday. January 7. friends may call at Frazier’s funeral home, 3R9 R. I. ave. n.w. Funeral Saturday. January 8. at 1 p.m., from Mount Carmel Baptist Church. Rev. W. H. Jernigan officiating. Inter ment Harmony Cemetery. 7 EASTMAN, HENRT ALVAH. On Wed nesday, January 6. 1944. at Providence Hospital. HENRY ALVAH EASTMAN, hus band of the late Sue Ann Eastman and father of Claude D. Eastman. Mrs. Beryl B. Wine, Mrs. Edna M. Diets and Mrs. Emma L. Kennedy. Friends may cal! at Gawler's chapel. 1756 Pa. ave. n.w., where services will be held on Saturday. January 8. at 1 p.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. fCovlng ton, Va.. papers please copy.) 7 FUNERAL DESIGNS. GEO. C. SHAFFER, Inc. EXPRESSIVE FLORAL TRIBUTES AT MODERATE PRICES PHONE NA 0106. Cor. 14th fir Eye Jagg* CUDE BROS. CO. Pieces 1212 r St N.W. National 427S. CANS, EDMUND 8. H. On Wednesday, January 5. 1844, EDMUND 8. H. CANS, husband of Ellen A. Cans and father of Lillian M. Hudson and Helen B. Bowen. Services at Chambers' funeral home. 517 11th st. s.e.. Saturday. January 8, at 11 a m. Interment Oeorte Washington Me morial Park. 7 GANT. NATHANIEL. On Wednesday. January 5, 1944. NATHANIEL GANT of 16/1 32nd st. n.w Remains resting at the Frailer funeral home, 389 R. X. ave. n.w. Notice of funeral later. . GARRISON, LAURETTA E. On Thurs day. January 6. 1944. at her residence, 1119 North Jackson st.. Arlington. Va.. LAURETTA E. GARRISON, beloved wife of the late Thomas A. Garrison and moth er of Lester T. Garrison and Mrs. Ruth L. Miskell. Remains resting at the Ives funeral home, 2847 Wilson blvd., Arling ton. Va. Notice of funeral later. GENUS. SADIE C. On Sunday. Janu ary 2. 1944. at Garfield Hospital, SADIE C. GENUS of 1432 V st. n.w., beloved wife of Maurice G. Genus. Also surviving are her mother. Mrs. Lit Holmes; two sisters, Mrs. Alverta Ross and Mrs. Mozella Vaughn; five nieces, one nephew and other relatives and friends After 4 p.m. Thursday friends may call at the McGuire funeral home. 1820 9th st. n.w. Requiem mass will be offered Friday. January 7. at 10 a.m.. at St. Augustine’s Catholic Church. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 6 GILBERT. ELLA MART. On Wednes day, January 5, 1944, at her residence, 720 Flower ave., Takoma Park, Md . ELLA MARY GILBERT, beloved wife of Elder F C Gilbert and mother of Mrs. Ruth Miller, Mrs. Miriam Tymason. Dr. W. P. Gilbert and Sergt. Louis B. Gilbert. Friends may call at the Takoma funeral home, 254 Car roll si.. Takoma Park. D. C. Services and interment in South Lan caster, Mass. GIBSON, JOSEPH WILSON. Suddenly, January 4. 1944. at Hooes. va.. Joseph Wilson gibson of 1340 Fairmtmt st. n.w., beloved husband of Edna B. Gibson and brother of William Gibson of this city. Walter Gibson of Cleveland, Ohio, and Mrs. Everett Mead of Prince Frederick, Va. Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w . on Saturday. January 8. at 1 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 7 MaBY. On Thursday. Janu ary 6, 1944, MARY HANLEY, beloved sis ter of Mrs. William Roche of 920 5th at. n.e. Remains resting at the funeral home of Perry & Walsh. 29 H st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. JAMISON, MATILDA. On Tuesday. January 4, 1944, at her residence, 4598 Dix st. n.e.. MATILDA JAMISON. She •taves to mourn their loss one sister, ten children, forty-seven grandchildren, three sisters-in-law and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Dabney & Garner funeral home, 442 M st. n w Funeral Friday at 4 p.m. from the above funeral home. Rev. K. P. Barnes officiating. Interment Orangeburg. S. C. 7 JOHNSON, IRENE. On Monday. Janu ary 3, 1944. IRENE JOHNSON, the be loved wife of the late George Johnson. She leaves four nieces, one nephew, a god child. two stepbrothers and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at the Mor ris A. Carter & Co. funeral home, 2nd and F sts. s.w. Services Friday. January 7, at 1 p.m., at the Friendship Baptist Church. 1st and H its. s.w.. Rev. B. H. Whiting of ficiating. Interment in Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. JOHNSON. FRED. On Thursday. Janu ary ti, 1044, FRED JOHNSON of 1441 North 20th st., Arlington, Va.. beloved husband of Louise Johnson, father of Charlie, Viola. Leroy. Lindsay, Willie, Ulysses. Ernest. Lex and James Johnson; brother of Pearl Hall and Dorsey Johnson. He also leaves four grandchildren and other relatives and friends. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by W. Ernest Jarvis. LAMBERT, LEON (FIVE POUNDS). On Tuesday. January 4. 1044. at Garfield Hos pital. LEON (FIVE POUNDS) LAMBERT, beloved son of Mrs. Mabel Lamhert and the late Leslie Lambert, brother of Curtis Lambert and Edmund Yearwood, grandson of Mrs. Julia B. Grant Williams. He also leaves other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral church, 14.32 You s', n.w., after 0 a m Thursday. January H Funeral services Friday. January 7, at 1 p m. at the above funeral church. Rev. Earl Boone officiating Relatives and friends invited. Interment Middleburg Va 6 LIELNORS. HELEN KENDALL HOTCH KISS. On Tuesday. January 4. 1044. in New York City. N. Y . HELEN KENDALL HOTCHKISS LIELNORS. beloved wife of Harry Lellnors. daughter of the late Dr. and Mrs. John Burton Hotchkiss of Wash ington and sister of Mrs. Edward L. Bode and Burton Hotchkiss Services at Gawler's chapel. 1760 Pa ave. n.w . on Saturday. January s. at 11 a m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 7 LOMACK. ANNABELLE DOLORES JONES. Suddenly, on Thursday. January 0. 1044, at Freedmen's Hospital. Mrs.; ANNABELLE DOLORES JONES LOMACK. the beloved daughter of Mrs. Mary E. and the late George H. Jones. She also is sur vived by a devoted husband. Capt. Charles L. Lomack: a devoted godmother. Mrs. Myra Hall, and other relatives and friends. Remains resting with L. E. Murray & Son. 11 :j:j7 10th st. n.w. | Funeral notice later. • LORD. ARTHUR S. On Tuesday. Janu ary 4, 1044. at Suburban Hospital. Be thesda. Md.. ARTHUR S. LORD, beloved husband of Katherine Z. Lord and father of Arthur S. Lord. jr. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2001 14th st. n.w., on Friday. Janu ary 7. at 10 a m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. . McKINSET. CORNELIUS. On Wednes day. January 6, 1944. at his residence, 2412 North Capitol st.. CORNELIUS Mc KINSEY, beloved husband of Margaret E. McKinsey and brother of Mrs. Ellen Shrop shire and Mrs. Sarah Powers of Spring City. Pa. Remains resting at the 8. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2001 14th st. n.w,, until 10 p.m Friday. January 7. Services and interment Philadelphia, Pa. 7 MrMANNLNG. AYRA E. Departed this life Wednesday. January 6. 1014. at the residence of her brother. Andrew T. Clay ton. 407 M st. n.w. AYRA F. MoMAN NING. She 1-aves to mourn their 'oss two brothers, William A. and Andrew T. Clay-1 ton: one brother-in-law: one sister-in-law. several nieces and nephews, several arand-l nieces and grandnephews, two ereat-grand nleces and one great-grandnephew. Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by W. Ernest Jarvis. MICHAEL. WILLIAM H, On Wednes day. January 5. 1044. at Sibley Hospital. WILLIAM H MICHAEL, beloved husband of Nannie E Michael He also is survived by a son, Myron M. Michael of 4604 Burlington rd.. Hyattsvllle. Md.: a sister. Mrs* Creacy Keefauver. and three brothers. Lutner and Theodore Michael of Washing ton. D. C . and Charles Michael of Mid dletown. Md. Remains resting at Gasch’s funeral home. 4709 Baltimore ave. Hyattsvllle. Md.. where services will be held Friday. January 7. at 1 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme tery, Frederick, Md. MO, KNUD E. On Tuesday. January 4. 1044, at Georgetown Hospital. KNUD E. MO of Minneapolis. Minn., husband of Helen George Mo. and father of Capt. Einar G. Mo. U. S. M. C ; Mrs. Norman KlnRsley of Mount Clair. N. J : Mrs. H. O. Hansen and Miss Lucile G. Mo of Wash ington. D. C. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. u.w . on Friday. Jan uary 7. at 1 p.m. Services and Interment private. 6 NYLEN, ELIN MARIE. Suddenly, on Tuesday, January 4. 1044. at Fort Myer Hospital. ELIN MARIE NYLEN. beloved wife of Col. Arthur H. Nylen ana mother of Betty McKcown. Arthur. Jr., and Edward W. Nylen. Remains resting at the Zur horst funeral home. 301 East Capitol st., until 1 p.m. Friday. Funeral services will be held in Fort Myer Chapel on Friday. January 7. at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. In terment Arlington National Cemetery. 6 PANHOLZER. JOSEPH .1. On Tuesday. January 4. 1044. at his residence. 722 G st. n.e.. J03EPH ,T. PANHOLZER. beloved father of Raymond J.. Paul S., Andrew J. and Bernard V. Panholzer: Mrs. Lillian J. Frazier. Mrs. Mary Vermillion and Mrs. Josephine .1. Pixton. Services at Chambers’ funeral home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Friday. January 7. at 8:30 a m. Mass in Holy Name Catholic Church at 0 a m. Interment Mount Olivet Ceme tery. fl PASSENO. FANNY LOUISE. On Wed nesday. January 5. 1044, at her residence. .1040 Cambridge pi. n.w.. FANNY LOUISE PASSENO. the beloved wife ot Frank V. Passeno and mother of Mrs. Nenia E. Mc Knight. Mrs. Susie F. Walsh. Mrs. Lula G. Fenton. Frank V.. ,tr., and John E. Pas seno and Mrs. May I. Shoemaker. Remains resting at the above residence until Saturday. January 8. at 2 p.m. Serv ices at Grace Episcopal Church. George town. at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment at Cedar Hill Ceme tery. 7 PRENTISS, EDWARD BOWIE. On Thursday, January rt. 1044. at Walter Reed ■ Hospital, EDWARD BOWIE PRENTISS, i the son ol Col. and Mrs. Louis Watkins Prentiss of Fort Belvoir, Va. Funeral services Saturday morning at 11 o’clock at the Arlington National Cemetery Chapel, followed by interment there, • QUEEN. MARTHA. On Monday. Janu ary 3. 1044. MARTHA QUEEN of 0300 Rollins ave., Seat Pleasant, Md. She leaves a husband. Daniel Queen: two daughters. Agnes White and Elenora Blake: three grandchildren, one sister and other relatives and friends. Remains resting at her late residence after 3 p.m. Friday, January 7. Mass will be celebrated at 0 a m. Satur day, January 8, at the Church of Incarna tion, Sheriff rd. and Browning pi. n.e. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Arrangements by Henry 8. Washington A Sons. FUNERAL DIRECTORS. V. L SPEARE CO. Neither successor to nor eonneeted with the original W R Spear* establishment 1009 H St. N.W. NatlonaT^iwri. FRANK GEIER’S SONS CO 1113 7th St. N.W NA 2473 3605 14th St. N.W HO. 2336 Our Charges Are Reasonable. J. William Lee’s Sons Co. 4th ui Mass. At*. N.I. IX (MR FUNERAL DOUECTOU. Crematorium. Ray I. Stull, 68, Dies; Veteran Engineer at Bureau of Standards Ray T. Stull, 68, chief of the heavy clay section of the Bureau of Stand ards, died yesterday at his residence, 3511 Davenport street N.W., after an attack of illness while working in his laboratory. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Hines fu neral home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W., with interment in Fort Lin coln Cemetery. Active in the clay-working in dustry for many years, Mr. Stull had conducted valuable research pertaining to glazes and enamel brick while with the bureau. He was in charge of the bureau’s studies of relation between moisture con trol and flow of plastic clay. He also directed valuable research in connection with the pores system of bricks in relation to water ab sorption and damage through frost action. Born on March 12, 1875, in Elk land, Pa„ Mr. Stull attended school at the Mansfield (Pa.) Preparatory School, now Mansfield State Teach ers College. He received an engi neering degree from Ohio State University in 1902. Soon after receiving his degree as a ceramic engineer he went to the University of Illinois to direct the ceramic work there. He was later associated with a large brick manufactuAr and served as chief ceramist for the Bureau of Mines, Interior Department, before enter ing the service of the Bureau of Standards as senior ceramic engi neer in 1927. Fraternally, he belonged to Acacia and Sigma Phi fraternities and Alpha Chi Sigma technical frater nity. He also belongs to the Ma sons and was past president of the American Ceramic Society. His widow, Mrs. Lena T. Stull; two daughters, Mrs. Frederica May Bow man, both of Washington, and Mrs. Frances S. Der Mott of Columbus, Ohio, and a son, David Harry Stull of Newell, W. Va„ survive. Mrs. Anna Partrrdge, Turfman's Wife, Dies By the Associated Press. MIAMI BEACH, Fla., Jan. 6.— Mrs. Anna Partridge, wife of John B. Partridge, widely known sports man and race horse owner, died of a heart-attack yesterday. The body will be sent to St. Paul, Minn., for funeral services and burial. Beatlffl. RAFTERRY. FRANCIS J. Members of Keane Council. No. 353. Knights of Columbus, are noti fied of the death of Brother FRANCIS J. RAFTERRY, and are requested to meet at Han lon's funeral home. 3831 Geor gia ave., at 8 o'clock Frida* evening. January 7. 1944. for recitation of prayers. JAMES L. CONNOR, G. K. J. J. GOSSELIN. F. 8 7 RAFTERRY. FRANCIS J. Sir Nobles —f of Alcantara Caravan. No. 12. Or JpL der of Alhambra, are requested to meet at Hanlon's funeral home. 38.31 Georgia ave n.w . Friday. January 7. 1944. at 8 p m GEO. A. DEONAN. Grand Commander. 7* RAFTERRY. FRANCIS J. Members of Washington General Assembly. 4th Degree. Knights of Co- J lumbus. are notified of the death of Sir Knight FRANCIS J. RAFTERRY. past faithful navigator, and are requested to assemble at the funeral home of Timothy Hanlon. 3831 Georgia ave. n.w., on Friday. January 7, 1944, at 8 p.m., for the recital of prayers. FRANCIS J. MALOY, F. N. CHARLES M. CONNOR. F. C. 7 RAFTERRY, FRANCIS J. Members of Commodore John Barry Di vision of Ancient Order of Hibernians are notified of the death of Brother FRANCIS J. RAFTERRY, and are re- ! quested to assemble at Tim othy Hanlon's funeral home. 3831 Georgia ave. n w . Fri day. January 7, 1944, at 8:30 p.m., to recite the usual office. JOSEPH A. DALY. President. FELIX M. MORIARTY, Fin. Sec. 7 SCHWALIER. ELIZABETH. On Tues day. January 4. 1944, at Catonsvllle. Md.. ELIZABETH SCHWALIER of Landover. Md., beloved wife of the late Ar.don Schwalier. Remains resting at Gasch’s funeral home. 4729 Baltimore ave.. Hyattsville. Md., where services will be h*ld on Satur day. January 8, at 11 a m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment in 8t. Mary's Cemetery. Washington. D. C. 7 SIMPSON. ANNA DORA. On Wednesday. January 5. 1944. at her residence. Maple s* . Takoma Park. D. C ANNA DOPA SIMPSON, wife of the late Carlin L. Simpson, mother of Mrs. Anne E. McCas land. Walter E., Harvey and Clarence Lusby. Services at the Chambers funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w., on Saturday. January S. at 2 p.m* Interment in Glenwood Cem etery. 7 SPICER, WILLIAM ALLEN. On Wednes day. January 5. 1944. at Children's Hos pital. WILLIAM ALLEN SPICER, the be loved son of William 8. and Alice M. Spicer, brother of Alice Marie Spicer. Services at Chambers funeral home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w., on Friday. January 7, at 2:30 p.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment in Fort Lincoln Ceme tery. n STULL. RAY THOMAS, ©n Wednesday. January 5. 1944. at his residence. 3511 Davenport st. n.w., RAY THOMAS STULL, beloved husband of Lena T. Stull and father cf Mrs. Frances S. Der Mott of Columbus. Ohio: Daniel Harry Stull of Newell. W. Va.. and Mrs. Frederica May Bowman of Washington, D. C. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Friday. Jan uary 7, at 2 P.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. THOMAS, MARY M. On Wednesday. January 5, 1944. at Casualty Hospital. MARY M. THOMAS, sister of the late Elizabeth M. Scott. Funeral from the T. F. Costello funeral home, 1722 North Capitol st., on Satur day. January 8, at 1:30 p.m. Services at the Church of the Epiphany. 1317 G st. n.w., at 2 P.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 7 THOMPSON, RAYMOND. Departed this life on Tuesday, January 4, 1944. RAY MOND THOMPSON of 1522 12th st. n.w., loving brother of Miss Hannah Thompson of Pittsburgh. Pa.; Mrs. Hallie Jackson of Chicago, 111.; Mrs. Laura Young of Blue fleld. W. Va.; Mrs. Hattie Carter and Mrs. Mildred Coleman of Washington. D. C. Other relatives and many friends also sur vive Remains resting at the John T. Rhines A: Co. funeral home. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w.. where funeral services will he held on Friday. January 7, at 2 p.m.. Rev. George O. Bullock officiating. Interment Harmony Cemetery. TUCKER. MART JANE. On Wednes day. January 5. 1944. at her residence. 104 14th st. n.e . MARY JANE TUCKER, beloved wife of the late James W. Tucker and mother of Mary L. Brcidenstein. Ger trude May Ferguson, Mrs. R. B. Hayney and Arthur Tucker. Funeral from the W. W. Deal funeral home. 810 H st. n.e.. on Saturday. January 8. at 10:30 a m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 7 WALKER. JOHN N. On Tuesday. Janu ary 4. 1944, at his residence, 1222 O st. n.w.. JOHN N. WALKER, the beloved son of Mrs. Rebecca Walker. He also is sur vived bv five sisters, one brother and other relatives and friends. Remains resting with L. E. Murray & Son. 1337 10th st. n.w . where funeral services will be held Friday, January 7. at 1:30 p.m. • WHITCOMB, EMMA JANE. On Wednes day. January 5. 1944. at her residence. 1025 B st. s.e.. EMMA JANE WHITCOMB, beloved wife of the late William H. Whit comb, mother of William H.. Jr.: James M., RaDhael O. and Lt. John B. Whitcomb. Funeral from the Timothy Hanlon fu neral home, 041 H st. n.e.. Saturday. Jan uary 8, at l p.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery, Alexandria. Va. • WEMPLE, FRED J. On Wednesday. January 5, 1944. FRED J. WEMPLE of 4300 3rd st. n.w.. beloved husband of the late Selma M. Wemple and father of Mrs. Beatrice W. Gardner and Eugene F. Wem ple, U. S. A. Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. funeral home, 2901 14th st. n.w., on Saturday, January 8. at 11 a.m. Full military hon ors will follow at 12 noon. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 7 WEST. SERGT. WILLIAM H. (Retired). Departed this life on Wednesday.-January 6. 1944. at Walter Reed Hospital. Sergt. WILLIAM H. WEST, retired, devoted hus band of Mrs. Elsie West and beloved uncle of Mrs. Josephine G. Morton. Other rela tives and many friends mourn his passing. Remains resting at the John T. Rhines & Co. funeral home. 3rd and Eye cts. s.w. Notice of funeral later. YOUNG. LAURA LOUISA. On Wednes day, January 5. 1944, at Sibley Hospital, Mrs. LAURA LOUISA YOUNG (nee Rea ney), formerly of 234 Uth st., n.e., be loved daughter of the late Charles H. and Annie E. Reaney, devoted sister of Mrs. Golden R. Sprlnrman and Mrs Alvaryte B. Roepke. loving aunt of Pvt. Evelyn A. 5f»hW’ M, C. W. R., and sister-in-law at Otto B. Roepke. Notice of funeral later. T Edward B. Prentiss, 21, Army Colonel's Son, Dies Edward Bowie Prentiss, 21-year old son of Col. and Mrs. Louis W. Prentiss, Corps of Engineers, died today at Walter Reed Hospital after a long illness. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday in the chapel at Arlington National Ceme tery, and he will be burled there. Mr. Prentiss was born in Washing ton in 1922, receiving his primary education at Fort Myer and at Fort Belvoir, and was honor graduate of the Reno (Nev.) High School, where his father was stationed at the time as instructor for the Nevada Na tional Guard. He completed his freshman year at the Citadel, Charleston, S. C., be fore the illness which resulted in his death. On both sides of his family, he was descended from natives of Washington and nearby Maryland. Mrs. Harriet Barney, 80, Widow of Broker, Dies Mrs. Harriet Besse Barney, 80. one of the oldest alumnae of Mount Holyoke College and widow of New comb Cushman Barney, one-time prominent New York stock broker, died here last night. She lived in the Net.jerland Apartments, 1852 Columbia road N.W. Born in Wareham, Mass., Mrs. Barney was the daughter of Capt. William Besse, a prominent New England shipbuilder, and Mrs. Har riet Clarke Besse. She first married Lt. Francis Jarvis Patten, a graduate of West. Point in the class of 1877. He died in 1899 and is buried in Arlington Cemetery. In 1912 she married Mr. Barney, who was a member of a prominent New York family. He died in 1916 in Lychfleld, Mass. Mrs. Barney came to live in Washington during the World War and was a member of the Army-Navy Chapter of th'e Daughters of the American Revolu tion and at one time was a member of that chapter’s National Finance Committee. For many years she was an active member of the Army Relief Society and for some time served as sec retary of the New York chapter. Locally she was affiliated with St. Margaret s Episcopal Church. She also was a member of the Washing ton Club. A sister, Mrs. S. Eugene Kuen of Bala Cynwyd, Pa., survives. Funeral arrangements have not been completed, but burial will be in Wareham. Arthur 5. Lord, 42, Dies; Prominent D. C. Builder Arthur S. Lord, 42, of 1219 De catur street N.W., prominent builder and real estate developer, died Tues day at the Suburban Hospital, Be thesda, after a brief illness. Mr. Lord was one of the develop ers of the Crestwood and Woodridge Gardens development*. At the time of his death he wa* building the Selkath Gardens in Southeast Washington. He was a member of the Wash ington Board of Trade, the Home Builders’ Association and the Touchdown Club. Surviving are his widow, Kather ine Z., his 4-year-old son. Arthur, jr.; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed ward Lord, and two brothers. How ard and Carter Lord, all of the District. Funeral services will be held at 10 a.m. tomorrow at the Hines funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W., with burial in Cedar Hill Cemetery. In BUmariam BARNES. GEORGE P. In loving mem ory of my dear husband. GEORGE P. BARNES, who entered Into eternal rest i one year ago today. Your heart was the truest in all the wide world. Your love the best to recall: For no one on earth could take your place. For you are still the dearest of all. YOUR DEVOTED WIFE. CLARA. • BRADFIELD. ELSIE MAE. In loving memory of our dear mother. ELSIE MAE BRADFIELD. who departed this life three years ago today. January fl. 1941. Though you have gone to rest. We. your children, love you best. Life goes on somehow or another. But were always thinking of you, dear mother: True, we never see your sweet face. But no one can ever take our dear mother's place. HER DEVOTED CHILDREN. • BURGESS. ARTHUR T. A tribute of love and devotion to the memory of my dear husband. ARTHUR T. BURGESS, who left me two years ago today, January 6. 194-!. Never shall I cease to love you. Never shall your memory fade; The sweetest love forever linger! In my heart for you today. God is good, He gave me strength To bear my heavy cross: He is the only one who knows How bitter is my loss HIS DEVOTED WIFE, ANNA B. BURGESS • DANGERFIELD, EVA. In .tad but lov ing memory of our loving titter tnd sunt. EVA DANGERFIELD. who passed to the Great Beyond tlx years ago today, Janu ary 6. 1938. Eternal rest grant unto her. O Lord. HER DEVOTED SI8TER. BROTHER AND NIECES. • GAINES, LAURA. In loving memory of our beloved mother. LAURA GAINES, who pasted away ten yeara ago today, January 8, 1934. Like a flower which fades away. Upon this earth she could not stay; For God sees and knows the best. So He took our mother home to rest. HER DEVOTED CHLDREN, GRACE HUNT ER. LOTTIE GAINES. AND DAUGH TER-IN-LAW. SEREMA GAINES. * INSCOE. THOMAS L. In sad but lov in* remembrance of our dear grandfather and father-in-law. THOMAS L. INSCOE. who departed this life two years ago to day. January 8. 1942. So sad. so sudden was the call. His sudden death was a shock to all: But God In His wisdom knew what was best. So He took him home to Heaven to rest. HIS LOVING GRANDDAUGHTER AND SON-IN-LAW, BETTY, FRED. JO SEPHINE. JOHNSON. LYDIA DICKERSON. In lovina memory of LYDIA DICKERSON JOHNSON, who left me thirteen years ago today. 'Tis sweet to be remembered. IRENE SCOTT TAYLOR. • MeCOY. REV. JOHN WESLEY. Sacred to the memory of our dear friend. Rev. JOHN WESLEY McCOY. who left us two years ago today. January 6. 1942. Gone, hut never 'nrgotten. CORPL. AND MRS. CHOICE DANTZLER, O. S. A., AND SON. MONROTE. FRANCIS J. In loving mem ory of FRANCIS J. MONROTE, who de parted this life five years ago today. Jan uary ft, 1939 God saw the road was getting rough. The hills too hard to climb; He gently closed your loving eyes And whispered. "Peace be thine." Your weary hours, your days of pain. Your 'onely nights are past: Your ever-patlent. worn-out frame Has found sweet rest m last. THE FAMILY. SISEMOORE. REBECCA r in remem brance of REBECCA E. SISEMOORE, wife of the late George H. Sizemoore, who departed this life fifteen years ago today, January 6, 1929. She had a smile for every one. A heart as pure as gold: To those who knew and loved her. Her memory will never grow old. Although we cannot clasp her hand, Her face we cannot see. But let this little token show We still remember thee BENNETT AND JUNE. • SPITZER. JOSEPH L. In rad but lov ing remembrance of our dear son and brother, JOSEPH L. SPITZER. who de parted this life fifteen years ago today. January ft, 1929. Oone. but not forgotten. THE FAMILY. • TIPPETT. CLARENCE D. In loving re membrance of our dear father. CLARENCE D. TIPPETT, who departed this life one years ago today, January ft, 1943. May he rest In peace. JOHN AND CARRIE. • WILEY. MARY L. In sad and loving memory of our dear mother, MARY L. WTLEY. who departed this life three years ago today. January 6, 1941. We often sit and think of you. No eyes can aee us weep: But deep within our aching heart* Your smiling face we’ll keep. YOUR LOVING CHILDREN. • George W. Parson Dies; Served in Cody's Scouts By the AstocUted Press. PRESCOTT, Arlz., Jan. 6.—George Walton Parsons, rider with Cody’s scouts in the early days of the West and adventurer from the whaling grounds of the Bering Sea to plan tations in Oceania, died Tuesday night at the age of 84. Mr. Parsons, who spent part of his youth guiding wagon trains from Kansas City to new settle ments in Wyoming and California, joined the Klondike gold rush, fought in the Boer War, served as a sailor in the South Seas, made a deal with the United States Army for transporting mules to Manila and later went to Panama to help build the canal. Mrs. Fanny Passeno, 82, Georgetown Native, Dies Mrs. Panny Louise Passeno, 82. wife of Frank V. Passeno, retired chief engineer for the Smoot Sand & Gravel Corp., died yesterday at her residence, 3040 Cambridge place N.W. Funeral services will be held at 2:30 p.m. Saturday at the Grace Episcopal Church, 1039 Wisconsin avenue N.W., with the Rev. Mills M. Perkins officiating. Burial will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery. Born and educated in George town, she lived all but two years of her life in Washington. Her husband retired seven years ago. She was a member of Grace Epis copal Church. Also surviving are four daughters, Mrs. Nenia E. McKnight, Mrs. Susie F. Walsh, Mrs. Lula G. Fenton and Mrs. May I. Shoemaker; two sons, Frank V„ jr„ and John E. Passeno, all of Washington: six grandchildren and five great grand children. Funeral Rites Set Tonight For Miss CoraC. Curry, 91 Funeral services for Miss Cora C. Curry, 91, librarian of the National Genealogical Association, who died Tuesday, are to be held at 8:30 o’clock tonight at the residence, 1420 Girard street N.W., with the Rev. Dr. John Van Schaick officiating, assisted by the Rev. Dr. Seth Brooks. Burial was to be private in Rock Creek Cemetery. Born in Oxford, Ohio, Miss Curry moved to Indianapolis, Ind., as a young girl. She came to Washing ton to live in 1881 when her father, W. W. Curry, moved here from In dianapolis. She was formerly active in club circles, but in the later years con fined herself to less strenuous duties in the genealogical association and as historian of the Henkle Family Association of America, a historical organization. She was active in the American Red Cross during the days when Clara Barton first organized that group. She is survived by three sisters, Misses Kate, Minnie and Ida Curry, all of the Girard street address. W. B. Haislip,, Plumber, Found Hanged in Home William B. Haislip. 55. owner of a plumbing business at 319 A street N.E., was found by his wife today hanging in the basement of his home at 3513 Holmead place N.W., according to police. A sufferer from arthritis. Mr. Haislip got up abut 9:30 a.m. today and told his wife he had been unable to sleep. He went downstairs, and was thought to have gone for a walk. Later his body was discovered hang ing on a clothesline tied to a pipe. A daughter, Mrs. Roger Thornett of the same address, said her father had been in ill health for some time. She said Mr. Haislip had apparently been in good spirits last night. In addition to his wife and daugh ter, Mr. Haislip is survived by a son-in-law, who Is serving with the Navy in the Southwest Pacific, and two grandchildren. Joseph W. Gibson Dies On Way to See Doctor Joseph W. Gibson, 55, of 1341 Fair mont street N.W., retired special agent for the Mutual Benefit Life Insurance Co., died Tuesday night at his country home at Mathias Point Light, Va. Mr. Gibson had started from his country place Tuesday evening to' see a doctor in Washington. He be came ill and pulled over to the side of the road, where he was found shortly afterward by a rural mail man and taken back to his home at Mathias Point Light, where he died that night. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Saturday at the Hines funeral home, 2901 Fourteenth street N.W., with burial in Cedar Hill Cemetery. 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