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FREEMAN. CLYDE T. Tne family of the
Iate CLYDE T. FREEMAN gratefully ac
;nowledges your thoughtfulness and sym
pathy in its bereavement.
THE FAMILY.
REEDER. JESSE A. The family of -the
late JESSE A. REEDER wishes to thank
the Rev. Bundrant, Ihe Navy Yard, the
Neighborhood Club, the Paragon Valet
Shop and its many friends for the beau
tiful flowers and thetr kind expressions of
sympathy during its recent bereavement.
THE FAMILY. •
TARTAGLIA, PASQUALE A. The fam
ily of the late PASQUALE A. TARTAGLIA
wishes to express deepest appreciation
to all who were so kind in our bereave
ment.
MICHILINE TARTAGLIA AND FAMILY
WINFIELD. EMMA J. The family of
the late EMMA J. WINFIELD wishes to
express its appreciation for the kindness
rendered during the illness and passing
of its loved one. •
REV. G. H. WINFIELD AND FAMILY. •
•Ummliitg
GENSBERG. SAHIA. On Sunday. March
31. 1946. at 1 p.m., at Ohev Sholom Con
gregation Cemetery. Leaving from 2807
28th st. n.w. at 12:15 p.m. Relatives and
friends invited. •
Sealljfl
AITON, MAUDE E. On Friday. March
29. 1946. at Homeopathic Hospital. MAUDE
E AITON. daughter of the late Robert
and Sarah Alton. Services will be held
at Gawler's chapel, 1756 Pa. ave. n.w.,
on Monday. April 1, at 2:30 p.m. Inter
ment Congressional Cemetery. 31
AYERS, ROY W. On Saturday. March
30. 1946. ROY W AYERS, beloved son of
William H and Irene Ayers. Friends may
call at the Lee funeral home. 4th st. and
Mass. ave. n.e.. where services will be held
on Tuesday, April 2, at 10 a m. Inter
ment at Oak Grove,, Va. 1
BOOKER. MRS. JENNIE. Passed away
On Thursday. March 28. 1946, at 2405 F
st. n.w.. Mrs. JENNIE BOOKER. She
leaves to mourn one son. Collie Booker,
one sister. Mrs Dora Oxnes; a devoted
friend, Claude Johnson: six cousins, Daisy
Smith. Mrs. Amos Morist. James D. Smith,
Harriet Smith, Sidney Smith, Mattie B.
Kenny, and a host of friends. Funeral
services on Monday. April 1. at 1:30 p.m.,
the Rev. W. S. Warren officiating. Inter
ment Union Cemetery. Services by J. H.
Lowe. •
BOYLSTON. PAUL JAMES. On Friday,
March 29. 1946. at Children’s Hospital.
PAUL JAMES BOYLSTON. beloved son of
Francis G. and Anna Mae Boylston, brother
of Francis, Esther, Anna Mae and Nancy
Boylston. Services at Chambers' George
town funeral home. 31st and M sts. n.w., on
Tuesday, April 2, at 2 p.m. Interment Po
tomac. Md. 1
BROADUS, ULYSSES. On Thursday,
March 28, 1946. ULYSSES BROADUS.
beloved husband of Eleanota Broadus and
father of Ulysses Broadus, jr.; brother of
Sherdan, John, Harry. Walter and Charles
Broadus, Mrs. Leana Banks, Mrs. Laura
Wilson and Misses Edna and Mary Broadus.
He also leaves other relative., and friends.
After 10 a.m. Sunday. March 31, friends
may call at the W. Ernest Jarvis funeral
church, 1432 You st. n.w. Funeral Mon
day, April 1, at 1 p.m.. from the above
funeral church, Rev. L. T. Hughes officiat
ing. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 31
BRYANT, SALL1E LOUISE. On Satur
day, March 30, 1946, at Providence Hos
pital. SALLIE LOUISE BRYANT, wife of
the late Henry L Bryant and mother of
Clinton H„ Percy H. and Cladwell W. Bry
ant and sister of Nancy Ellen Londree of
Washington. D. C., and Minnie E. Wood of
Lynchburg Va. Friends may call at the
Lee funeral home, 4th st and Mass. ave.
n.e., where services will be held on Mon
day. April 1, rt 1 p.m. Interment Cedar
Hill Cemetery. 31
» .1.' i • oni.i.ir, nor- i L,l I Ui_
fleers and members of Hope Council, No.
1. Sons and Daughters ol Liberty, are
requested to attend services for our late
member. SALLIE LOUISE (LULA) BRYANT,
on Sunday. March 31. 1946, at 8 p.m., at
the Lee funeral home. 4th st. and Mass,
ave. n.e.
ADA GRAY. Councilor.
MAE ETCHISON, Secy.
BUTLER, WILLIAM H. Departed this
life on Thursday, March 28. 1946. at his'
residence. 1105 19th st. n w.. WILLIAM
H BUTLER. He leaves to mourn a de
voted wife. Annie M. Butler, and a host1
of other relatives and friends. Remains:
resting at the R. N Horton mortuary,
1322 You st. n.w., after 7 p.m. Monday.
April 1. Funeral services on Tuesday.
April 2. at 1 p.m.. from the above-men
tioned mortuary, the Rev. Jerry A. Moor,
jr.. ^officiating. Inteiment Lincoln Memo
rial Cemetery. 1
CARPENTER, HARRIET H. On Satur
day.*1 March 30, 1946. at Suburban Hos
pital, HARRIET H. CARPENTER of 3420
16th st. n.w., beloved wife of Frederick C.
Carpenter and aunt ol Mrs. Ella Suter.
Mrs. Frank E. Smith, Mrs. Clara Murphy.
Mrs. Edo Somers of Elmira, N. Y.. and Mrs.
Leon Betowski of Waverly, N. Y. Remains
resting at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home, 2901 I4th st. n.w., after 12 noon
Sunday. March 31. Services at the above
funeral home on Tuesday, April 2. at 9:30!
a.m.: thence to the Shrine of the Sacred!
Heart. 16th st. and Park read, where the,
holy sacrifice of the mass will be offered
at 10 a.m. for the repose of her soul. In
terment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 1 ]
CARPENTER, HARRIET. Members of
District of Columbia Circle 178. Daughters
of Isabelle, will meet at the S H. Hines
Co. funeral home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on
Sunday afternoon, March 31. at 5 o clock,
for the recitation of the rosary for Sister i
HARRIET CARPENTER.
M. GEJtTRUDE DONNELLY. Regent.
CARTER, FRED. On Thursday. March
28, 1946. at Gallinger Hospital. FRED!
CARTER, devoted father of Vera Howard.
Ruth Carey and Leon Carter: grandfather!
of Pvt. Arthur Howard. Evelyn Carey.
Helena Howard and John F. Carey, jr.:
father-in-law of Arthur Howard and John
F Carey, sr. After 12 noon Sunday. March
31. friends may call at the Carey & Latnev
funeral home. 611 K st. n.w. Funeral
Monday. April 1. at 1 p.m.. from the above
funeral home. Rev. J. L. Pinn officiating.
Interment Harmony Cemetery. 31
CARTER, ROSA B. On Thursday. March
28. 1946. ROSA B. CARTER. 1811 12th
st. n.w., daughter of the late Albert and
Eliza Carter and sister of Mrs. Sarah Pat
terson. Mrs. Mary Peterson and Ernest
Carter. Also surviving are a nephew. Jo
seph Carter: a brother-in-law. Oscar Pat
terson, and other relatives and friends.
After noon Sunday friends are invited to
call at the McGuire funeral home. 1820
9t,h st. n.w Requiem high mass will be
offered at St. Augustine's Catholic Church
Monday, April l.^at 10 a.m. 31
CARTER. ROSA B. Officers and mem
bers of Willing Helpers’ Association are
requested to attend the funeral of our late
sister, ROSA B. CARTER, on Monday.
April 1. 1946, at 10 a.m , at St. Augus
tine's Church.
JOSEPHINE BUTLER. President.
RFATUTHF R RTf!HAR.nfiON. RPC K*>rv
Ebathfl
CASPERS, FRANK X. On Friday. March
29, 1946, at United 8tates Naval Hospital!
Bethesda, Md., FRANK X. CASPERS, be
loved husband of the late Mary Amelia
Caspers and brother of Hilen G.. Gertrude
E. and George Caspers. Funeral from the
Timothy Hanlon funeral home, 641 H st.
n.e., on Monday, April 1. at 8:30 am.
Requiem mass su St. Aloysius’ Church at
9 am. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery.
CASSEDY. COL. HARVEY I. On Friday.
March 29. 1946, at Walter Reed General
Hospital. Col HARVEY I. CASSEDY of 605
Bennington lane. Silver Spring. Md.. be
loved husband of Ellyn L. Cassedy. brother
of Miller A. Cassedy. Capt. William P.
Cassedy, U. S. A., and Lt. jane Cassedy,
U. S. N Services at the S. H. Hines Co.
funeral home, 2901 14th st. n.w., on Mon
day, April 1, at 2 p.m. Interment Rock
Creek Cemetery. 31
CAVANAUGH, JOSEPH D. On Satur
.iy’ 1046. at Suburban Hospi
tal. JOSEPH D. CAVANAUGH, beloved hus
band of Annie V. Cavanaugh of North Glen
Jd -, near Rockville, Md . and father of
Beulah E. Bell. Mary G.. Ann H. and
Joteph Cavanaugh. Remain resting at the
Colonial funeral home of Wm. Reuben
Pumphrey. Rockville. Md Services on
Monday, April 1. at St. Mary’s Catholic
Church. Rockville. Md.. where requiem
mass will be offered at 9:30 a m. Inter
ment Potomac, Md.
CHAMBERS, MAURICE E. Suddenly, on
Thursday, March 28, 1946, at Newark.
N. J., MAURICE E. CHAMBERS, beloved
son of Thomas and Mary Chambers,
brother of Mrs. Mary Mitchell and Geral
dine. Janice. Janet Lee and Herman
Chambers. Also surviving are other rela
tives and many friends. After noon Sun
day. March 31, friends are invited to call
at the McGuire funeral home. 1820 9th
st. n.w Funeral services at St. Augustine’s
Catholic Church on Monday, April 1. at
J a m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
CHISM, FREDERICK JOHNSON. On
at Gallinger Hos
pital. FREDERICK JOHNSON CHISM, the
beloved husband of the late Clara M. Chism
Services at Chambers’ Georgetown funeral
home. 31 st and M sts. n.w . on Tuesday.
April at 10 a.m, Interment Glenwood
Cemetery. j
CHURCHILL. WARREN RUBIN. On
Saturday. March 30. 1946. at his resi
dence. 1205 Linden st. n.e.. WARREN
RUBIN CHURCHILL, son of Emanuel and
Lillie Churchill and brother of Delores
Etta and Thomas Churchill. Notice of
funeral later. Arrangements by Malvan
& Schey. •
COLBERT, KATHRYN MARIE. On Fri
day. March 20, 194ti, KATHRYN MARIE
COLBERT, infant daughter ol William J.
Colbert. C. W. O. U. S. A., and Ruth
Erwood Colbert of 232 34th st. n e
Funeral from V. L. Speare Co., 1009 H
st. n.w.. on Monday. April 1. at 2 p.m.
Interment St. Mary's Cemetery.
COOK, ELLIS SUMNER. On Friday.
March 29. 1940, . at his icsidence. 3121
No. 9th st.. Arlington. Va., ELLIS SIJMNEK
COOK, retired major, beloved father of
Edith M. Cook. Remains resting at Ives'
funeral home. 2847 Wilson blvd., Arling
ton. Va., where funeral services will be
held on Tuesday. April 2. at 2 p m In
terment Arlington National Cemetery. 1
DAVIS, DELLA M. On Friday. March
29, 1946, DELLA M. DAVIS, beloved wife
of the late John T. Davis and mother of
Richard M. Davis, Mrs. Ella Righter. Mrs
Virgie Ridgeway, Mrs. Marie Cummins.
Mrs. Dolly George and Roger E. Davis of
Miami. Fla. Funeral services at the Talta
vull funeral home. 3619 14th st. n.w., on
Monday. April 1, at 2:30 p.m. Relatives
and friends hr ited. Interment Congres
sional Cemetery. 1
DAWSON. JOSEPH OSCAR. Oil Friday.
March 29. 1946. JOSEPH OSCAR DAWSON
of 922 Short 2nd st. s.e. He leaves to
mourn their loss a wife. Louise Dawson:
three sisters. Mary Monroe, Sarah Jack
son and Beatrice Waye: two brothers.
Clyde Matthews and Charles Dawson: two
nieces, two nephews and many other rela
after 4 P.m Monday. April 1, at Ford’s
funeral chapel, 1213 4th st. s.w.. where
funeral services will be held on Tuesday.
April 2, at 1 p.m. Interment Harmony
Cemetery. 1
DONALDSON. BABY. On Saturday.
March 30. 1916, at Sibley Hospital. Baby
DONALDSON, infant son of William D.
and Helen Wilson Donaldson. Services at
the Robert A. Mattingly funeral home. 131
11th st. s.e., on Monday. April 1, at 2
P.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
DOWNS. JOHN F. On Wednesday,
March 27. 1946. at the United States
Naval Hospital. Bethesda, Md.. JOHN F.
DOWNS, beloved husband of Susan Downs
and brother of Mrs. Margaret C. Roberts.
William A. and Thomas F. Downs. Friends
may call at the Lee funeral home. 4th st.
and Mass. ave. n e . until Monday. April
1. at 8210 a.m.: thence to St. Marys
Church. 727 5th st. n.w . w?here mass will
be offered at 8:45 a.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 31
EDGE. JOHN H. On Friday. March 29.
1946, at hla residence. 2101 N. H. ave.
n.w^ JOHN H. EDGE, husband ot Mane
G. Edge, father of Mrs. Virginia B. Bray.
Mrs. Elizabeth Campbell. Mrs. Margaret
E. Seeklord. Marianne and Wayne Edge.
Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co.
funeral home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Grave
side services at Arlington National Cem
etery on Tuesday, APTil 2. Please omit
flowers. 3i
EDGE, JOHN H. Members of Federal
Post. No. 824, Veterans of
Foreign Wars, are notified of
the death of* their comrade.
JOHN H EDGE, on Friday.
March 29, 1946. Members
are requested to attend VFW
_ _ services, conducted by the
VFW Honor Guard, on Monday. April 1.
at 8 p.m . at the S. H. Hines Co. funeral
home. 2901 14th st. n.w. Interment Ar
lington National Cemetery on Tuesday,
April 2.
STEPHEN T. NICHKA. Commander.
OTTO C. COTT. Adjutant. 1
ELLIOT. IDA MAE. Entered into eter
nal rest on Thursday. March 28. 1946. at
Gallinger Hospital. IDA MAE ELLIOT, be
loved wife of the late James W. Elliot, de
voted mother of Mrs. Eva Thomas, sister
of Mrs. Isabelle Jackson, loving grand
mother of Mrs. Evelyn M Billings and
Mrs. Bernice Young She also is survived
by other relatives and friends. Remains
may be viewed at the John T Rhines A Co.
funeral home. 3rd and Eye sts. s.w.. after
4 p m. Monday. April 1 Funeral Tuesday.
April 2. at 1 p.m., from First Baptist
Church. 6th and G sts. s.w . Rev. William
Brown officiating. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 1
ELLIOTT. IDA. Officers and members
of Columbia Temple. No. 422. I. B. P. O
E. of W.. are notified of the death of
Daughter IDA ELLIOTT. Session of sor
row on Monday. April 1, 1946, at 8 p.m..
at 301 R. I. ave. n.w. Funeral on Tuesday.
April 2, at 1 p.m.. from the First Baptist
Church. Hth and G sts. s.w.
(Signed) EMMA CONTEE. Dt. Ruler.
GEORGIANA HENRY. Secy.
FINCH, MARGUERITE FULLER. On
Thursday. March 28. 1946. at Garfield
Memorial Hospital. Mrs. MARGUERITE
FULLER FINCH, beloved wife of Ashburn
(Doc) Finch and sister of Mrs. Brady
Large. Mrs. Ledra Daniel. Wayne H. Ful
ler and Charles W. Fuller. Friends and
relatives are invited to call at the James
T. Clements funeral home. 1241 Wisconsin
ave. n.w,. after 1 p.m. Saturday. March
30. Funeral services will be held at the
above funeral home on Monday. April 1.
at 1 p.m. Interment Arlington National
Cemetery. Memphis, Tenn., papers please
copy. 31
FOSTER, LEROY. Suddenly, on Thurs
day. March 28, 1946. LEROY FOSTER
of 1102 W st. n.w., husband of Rosa Fos
ter. father of Maggie Johnson, brother of
Emma Izzard. Della Chambers. Wintzie
Jones and Jack Foster, nephew of Lerov
Foster and uncle of Willie Mae Wakefield
and John E. Izzard. Also surviving are
other relatives and a host of friends. After
3 p.m. Sunday. March 31. lriends may call
at the Dovie G. Brooks funeral home. 1200
Florida ave. n.w.,, where funeral services
will be held on Monday. April 1, at 1 p m.,
the Rev. Robert Anderson officiating. In
terment Payne’s Cemetery.
GOMEZ, VINCENT P. On Saturday.
March 30. 3 946, VINCENT P. GOMEZ of
605 Ethan Allen ave., Takoma Park. Md..
beloved husband of Virginia K. Gomez,
son of Mrs. Elizabeth Essex and brother of
Henry Essex. Services at the S. H. Hines
Co. funeral home, 2901 14th st. n.w., on
Sunday. March 31, at 4 p.m. Interment
private. 31
HAYDN, LEE CARROLL. On Saturday.
Mafch 30, 1940. at Baltimore, Md . LEE
CjfltROLL HAYDN, beloved son of the late
William and Sarah Haydn. Funeral from
Collins’ funeral home. 3821 14th st. n.w.,
on Monday, April 1. at 9:30 a.m. Requiem
mass at the Shrine of the Sacred Heart
at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends invited
Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. 31
HORNER. WILLIAM I. On Friday.
March 29, 1940, WILLIAM I. HORNER of
2310 N. Wakefield ave., Arlington; Va..
husband of Marjorie C. Horner, father of
William R. and Marion P. Horner and
brother of Jessie F. and Charles R. Horner
of Humphrey County, Tenn.: Mrs. J. T.
[Morgan. Mrs. Wiley McKeel of Barberton,
(Ohio, and Mrs. R. H. Warren of Wash
ington, Tenn. Services at the S. H. Hines
i Co. funeral home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on
Tuesday, April 2. at 9:30 a.m. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 1
HOWARD. WILLIAM H. Suddenly, on
Thursday, March 28, 1946, at Casualty
Hospital, WILLIAM H. HOWARD, loving
brother of Edward Howard. Other rela
tives and friends also survive. Remains
may be viewed at the John T. Rhines & Co.
funeral home, 3rd and Eye sts. s.w., after
4 p.m. Monday, April 1, where funeral
services will be held on Tuesday. April 2,
at 1 p.m.. the Rev. J. W. Bunarant offi
ciating. Interment Harmony Cemetery.
1
JOHNSON, JAMES L. On Thursday.
March 28. 1946. at his residence, OH
Maryland ave. s.w., JAMES L. JOHNSON
beloved husband of Olga Johnson, father ol
Virginia. Eernice and Carl Johnson. Serv
ices at Chambe s’ funeral home. 517 11 th
st. s.e., on Monday. April 1. at 2:30 p.m
Interment Washington National Cemetery. 1
JONES, CAUDIE L. Departed this life
on Saturday, March 30. 1940, at 12:If
p.m., at her residence. 1720 Nicholson st
n.w.. CAUDIE L. JONES. Remains rest
ing at the George W. Lewis & Co. funeral
home. 1225 11th st. n.w. Notice ol
funeral later.__
Eratljfi
KEITHLET. HOWARD W„ SR. On Fri
day. March 29, 1946. at his residence. 3001
Douglas st. n.e.. HOWARD W. KEITHLEY
Sr., Deloved husband of Bertha M. Keithley
father of Howard W. Keithley. jr. Services
at Chambers* funeral home. 617 11th st
s.e., on Monday, April 1. at 1 n m Rel
atives and friends invited. Interment Fort
Lincoln Cemetery. 1
MARSDEN. GERTRUDE LEE. Suddenly
on Thursday. March 28. 1946. at hei
home, near Cabin John. Md . GERTRUDE
LEE MARSDEN. beloved wife of Franklin
I. Marsden and mother of Bernard I
Marsden, Irene M. Carper. Claire M
Kitchen. Frank Marsden. jr.. and Bertha
M. Anderson. She also is survived by
five grandchildren and one great-grand
child. Funeral services at the Bethesda
Chevy Chase funeral home of Wm. Reuben
Humphrey on Sunday. March 31. at 2:39
p.m. Interment Potomac Cemetery. 31
MEISTER. REV. JESSIE MAE. Entered
; into eternal rest on Friday, Marcn 29.
1946, at Frecdmen's Hospital. Rev. JESSIE
iMAE MEISTER of 1021 05th ave., Cedar
Heights, Md., the lovin' wife of William
Meister and devoted mother of Julia
Driver. Mattie White. Anna Thomas. David
land Joseph Hackney. She also Is sur
! vived by one sister, si* brothers, one
daughter-in-law. thirteen grandchildren,
lone great-grandchild, a sister-in-law, other
! relatives and many friends. Remains
i resting at the John T. Rhines & Co. fu
[neral home. 3rd and I sts. s.w. Notice of
: funeral later. 31
MORGAN. CLARA E. Departed this life
on Saturday. March 30. 1910, at Gallinger
Hospital, CLARA E. MORGAN of 715 2nd
st. s.w., the loving wife of James Oscar
Morgan and devoted mother of Dorothy
Long, Bertha Dixon, Francis. James, Jo
sepn. Fred. Charles. Oliver. Lillian. Clara.
Delores. Susie, Marcella and Junie Morgan.
She also is survived by two brothers, one
sister, other relatives and many friends
Remains resting at the John T. Rhines A;
I Co. funeral nome, 3rd and Eye sts. s.w.
| Notice of funeral later.
MULLER, EDWARD I). On Saturday.
March 30 1946. EDWARD D. MULLER
of 4007 Utah ave. Brentwood. Md., be
! loved husband of Constance Muller. Ro
; mains resting at William J. Nalley’s
funeral home. 3200 Rhode Island ave.,
| Mount Rainier, Md. Notice of funeral later.
NEWLIN. JAMES. On Saturday. March
i 30. 1940. at his residence, 618 D st. s.e..
JAMES NEWLIN. beloved husband of Betty
Newlin and father of Delories B. Ondurant.
Friends may call at the Robert A Mat
tingly funeral home. 131 Jlth st. s.e.,
where services will be held on Tuesday,
April 2, at 2 pm. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
1
NICHOL, JAMES WALLACE. On Satur
day. March 30. 1940. JAMES WALLACE
NICHOL of 6820 Broad Branch rd. n.w.,
beloved husband of Mabel Smith Nichol.
father of Mrs. John F Twcmbly and
brother of Harry R. and Alfred H. Nichol.
and Mrs. Horace H. Lybrand. Services at
the S. H. Hines Co. funeral home, 290J
,14th st. n.w , on Monday, April 1. at 3
p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
1
O'NEIL, JOHN H. On Saturday. March
30, ro46. JOHN H O'NEIL, beloved hus
band of Anna C. O Neil and father of John
K., William M.. Barbara C. and Paul T.
O'Neil, and Mrs. Nora A. Lambornc
Funeral from his late residence. 214 8th
st. s.w . on Tuesday, April 2. at 9:30 a m.
Requiem mass at St. Dominic’s Church at
lo am. Relatives and friends invited
Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 1
PATTERSON, GERALDINE E. On Fri
day. March 29, 1946, GERALDINE E PAT
TERSON of 1240 Columbia rd. n.w , be
loved daughter of Samuel and Mary Pat
terson Also surviving are other relatives
and many friends Notice of funeral later
Arrangements by McGuire. J.
REDMON. SARAH R. On Wednesday
March 2T. 1946. at her residence. 1 *32 8th
st. n.w . SARAH R REDMON. loving moth
er of Minnie Brown and Martin Rrdmon.
sister of Mrs. Martha Cole. Many other rel
atives and friends also survive. After .'5
p.m Saturday. March 30. friends mav call
at Frazier’s funeral home. 389 R. I. ave
n.w. Funeral Sunday. March 31. at 2:30
P.m.. from Mount Pleasant RuntRr Phnrrh
Mount Pleasant. Va.. Rev W. A. Jones of
ficiating. Interment church cemetery. Ml
RUST, BERTHA. Departed this life on
Thursday. March 28. 1940, at. Freedmen s
Hospital. BERTHA RUST, loving wife of
John Rust, devoted mother of Rebecca
Fuller. Bertha E. John. Vivian. Ruby.
Herman. Jean. Alma and Harold Rust, sis
ter of Hattie and Minor Coleman grand
mother o 1 Mellinee Turner. Other relatives
and a host of friends also mourn her pass
ing Remains resting at the John T. Rhines
& Co. funeral home, Mrd and Eye sts s.w .
until 4 p.m. Saturday, March MO: thereafter
at her late residence. 1 707 King Street rd .
Seminary. Va. Funeral Sunday. March Ml.
from Oakland Baptist Church. Seminary.
Va.. Rev L. H. Mills officiating. Interment
Seminary. Va. Ml
SIEGEL. CLARA. On Friday, March 29.
1940. CLARA SIEGEL, beloved mother of
Mrs. John Caplan. Mrs. Samuel Wilson of
Springfield, Mass.: Mrs. Philip Guides. Mrs
Benjamin Suls and Harry W. Siegel. Fu
neral services at the Bernard Danzansky &
Son luneral home, M501 14th st. n.w , on
Sunday. March Ml, at 10::;o a.m. Inter
ment Ohev Sholorn Cemetery. 31
STEIN. LENA S. On Friday, March 29,
1940. LENA S STEIN, belovetl wile of
Morris Stein, devoted mother of Mrs. I. E.
Levinson. David R. and Milton Stein Fu
neral services at the Bernard Danzan.^y &
Son funeral home. 3501 14th st. n.w., on
Sunday. March 31. at 12 noon. Interment
Adas Israel Cemetery. 31
STOKES, MARY LEE. Entered into
eternal rest on Saturday. March Mu. 1949,
at 12:20 a.m., at 117 E st s.e., MARY
LUE STOKES, beloved wile of William
Henry Stokes, mother of Mrs. Susie Wil
liams. Mrs. Carrie Wheeler John. Henry
and Robert Trotter. She also is survived
by a sister. Mrs. Gratie Mathews, and a
host of other relatives anj friends. Re
mains resting at the John T. Rhines & Co.
funeral home. 3rd and I sts. s.w. Fu
neral and interment in Amelia. Va. Ml
SWEET, ALTA B. On Saturday. March
30, 1940. ALTA B. SWEET of 19 V st. n.e.,
beloved wife of the late Henry D Sweet
and mother of Beatrice C. Brantly of
Washington. D. C.: Miss Vivian Sweet of
New York City and Russell R. Sweet of
Cody. Wyo. Friends may call at the V. L.
Speare funeral home. 1009 H st. n.w .
until M p.m. Sunday. March Ml. Funeral
services and interment will take place at
Beloit. Wis.
THYSON. MARTHA CHATHAM. On
Friday. March 29. 1949. MARTHA
CHATHAM THYSON of 1802 R st. n.w .
beloved wife of William Frank Thyson,
mother of Col. William Frank Thyson. Mrd.
U. S. M. C : grandmother of William Frank
Thyson 4th and mother-in-law of Mrs.
Gerald W. Thyson. Services a: the S. H.
Hines Co. funeral home, 2901 14 th st.
n.w. on Monday. April J. at II a.m. In
terment Rock Creek Cemetery Ml
TWITTY. WILLIAM. Departed this life
on Thursday. March 28. 1949. at St. Eliza
beths Hospital. WILLIAM TWITTY. He
leaves to mourn their loss a devoted wife.
Rosa Twitty; four children and a host of
other relatives and friends. Remains rest
ing at the R. N. Horton nortuary. JM22
You st. n.w. Funeral services on Monday.
April 1, at 1 p.m.. from the above-men
tioned mortuary, the Rev. R. L. Tucker
officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery.
WASHINGTON. SARAH. Suddenly, on
Friday. March 29, 1949, in Bethesda. Md .
SARAH WASHINGTON of 1214 Kirby st.
n.w\ Notice of funeral later. Arrange
ments by Malvan & Schey. •
WHITE, MRS. BESSIE LOVING. Sud
denly, on Wednesday, March 27, 1949. at
her residence. 411 Douglas st., Mrs.
BESSIE LOVING WHITE, beloved wife
of John W. White, Manassas. Va. Sne
also is survived by a sister. Mamie Lov
, ing of New York City, nieces, nephews,
many other relatives and friends. Funeral
services Sunday. March Ml. at the First
Ba.otist Church of Manassas. 31*
WILLIAMS, RICHARD S. On Saturday.
March MO. 1949, at his residence. 9 E st.
s.w.. RICHARD S. WILLIAMS. He leaves
to mourn their loss four daughters. Mary
B. Jeffries. Agnes K. Miles, Bertha L.
Pryor and Helen J. Gray: two sons. Walter
E. and Jethro Williams: four grandchildren,
one great-grandchild, one nephew', James
Williams, and many other relatives and
i friends. Remains may be view after M
P.m. Tuesday. April 2, at Ford's funeral
, chapel. 1213 4th st. s.w. Funeral services
! will be held on Tuesday. April 2. at 9 p.m.,
from Friendship Baptist Church. 1st and
H sts. n.w'., the Rev. H. B Whiting offi
; ciating. Interment Little Ark Cemetery
King George County, Va., on Wednesday
April 3. 2
WOLFF, DR. FRANK A. On Thursday
March 28, 1946, at his residence. 1511
Kearney st. n.e.. Dr. FRANK A. WOLFF
husband of Lillian Marie Wolff and father
i of Lyman H. and Frances C. Wolff anc
! brother of Gertrude Wolff. Friends arc
invited to call at Gawler’s chapel. I?5(’
Pa. ave. n.w . where services will be held
on Monday. April 1, at 10 a m. Inter
ment Rock Creek Cemetery. •
Seattjfl
WRENN, MURIEL. On Saturday. March
30, 1946, at her residence. 491, 47th
at. n.w , Washington. D. C.. MURIEL
WRENN. beloved wife of William Bernard
Wrenn and mother of Mrs. Muriel Stutter.
William V. and Don Wrenn. Remains
resting at the Ives' funeral home. 284 7
Wilson blvd, Arlington. Va. Notice of
funeral later.
Itt Urmortant
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BRAY, JOSEPH J. In loving memory j
of our dear husband and father, JOSEPH
J. BRAY, who departed this life one year
ago. March 30. 1945.
DEVOTED WIFE AND CHILDREN. 31 I
BEVERLY, MARIA. In memory of my
dear mother. MARIA BEVERLY, who
passed away four years ago today, March
31, 1942.
There are griefs that cannot find comfort
And wounds that cannot, be healed.
There are sorrows so deep in the hu
man heart
That cannot be half revealed.
HER DAUGHTER. BERTHA. •
BOLDEN. CORA D. A tribute of love
and devotion to our dear aunt, CORA D.
BOLDEN, w'ho passed away five years ago
today. March 31, 1941.
As we loved you. so we miss you.
In our memory you are always near;
Loved, remembered, long for always,
Bringing many a silent tear.
HER LOVING NIECES. MRS. MARIE C.
JACKSON. MRS MARY F. TURNER.
AND NEPHEW, ELDRIDGE K BIRCH. *
BRADY, ROSIE M. In sacred memory
of our dear sister, ROSIE M. BRADY, who
departed this life 13 years ago today,
March 31, 1933.
May she rest in peace.
SISTER. KATIE FRAZIER. AND BROTH
ERS, WILLIAM AND JOHN MAHONEY.*
BROWN. MARIE ETTA. In loving mem
ory of our dear sister. MARIE ETTA
BROWN, who departed this life three years
ago today, March 31, 1943.
We pray that we ll have courage
And the strength to go like you.
That our debts will all be paid nere,
When our days on earth are through.
And when the storms of life are past,
Anri the mists have rolled away.
We 11 fold this earthly tent of clay
And meet you some sweet day
LOVING SISTERS. IDA AND BERT. •
DOVE. ALVIN LEE. In loving remem
brance of my dear son. ALVIN LEE DOVE,
when passed away five years ago today,
March 31. 1941.
Five years have passed and gone
Since we were forced to part.
But time and space cannot erase
Your memory from my heart.
MOTHER. •
ELLSWORTH, DAISY. In loving re
membrance of our dear mother. DAISY
ELLSWORTH, who passed away six years
ago today, March 31, 1940.
'» Other folks may see the chorns.
But Mother finds the rose;
She sees the best in everything,
Everywhere she goes.
When other folks see only clouds.
She finds a rainbow, too
For Mother sees with eyes of love.
As only Mothers do.
HER DEVOTED CHILDREN RAYMOND LE
BRANDT ANp GLADYS LE BRANDT
LLOYD. •
HURLEY. LT. GEORGE M. In loving
remembrance of Lt. GEORGE M.
HURLEY, who was killed in ac
tion over Karlsruhe, Germany,
°ne years ago today, March 31,
• BY HIS PARENTS. WIFE. SON,
BROTHER AND SISTERS. •
JARBOE. MARTHA E. In loving mem
ory oi our dear mother. MARTHA E.
JARBOE. who departed this life six years
ago today, March 31. 1940.
Dearest Mother, we have missed you,
Never will your memory fade
Of a kind and loving Mother,
Whom we loved, but could not save.
THE FAMILY. •
LUCAS. SUZANNE COIN A tribute of
love and devotion to the memory of our
dear friend. SUZANNE GOIN LUCAS, who:
departed this life one year ago today.
March 31, 1945.
To live in the hearts we leave behind
is not to die.
AVIS. ELEANOR AND MAMIE.
MORGAN. McCLELLAN E. Sacred to
the memory of our dear husband and
father, McCLELLAN E MORGAN, who de
parted this life three years ago today,
March 31, 1943.
Three years have • passed since that
sad day,
His voice was hushed, he went away
God said. • You’ve live and done your
best,
’Now close your eyes in Me and rest”
DEVOTED WIFE. ELIZABETH MORGAN
DAUGHTERS. MARGARET AND ROSE
AND GRANDSON. LE COUNT FANTRAY.

STEWART. BERTHA B. In memory of
my beloved mother. BERTHA B STEWART,
who departed This life four years ago to
day, March 31, 1942.
Just a line of sweet remembrance
To show the world I don't forget,
Remembrance is a golden chain
Death tries to break, but all in vain
To have, to love and then to part.
Is the greatest sorrow of one's heart.
Although my loss is hard to bear,
Remember this today—
The one I loved so dearly
Can never go away.
For in my heart and in my thoughts
She always walks beside me.
And through the years her memory
Will inspire and guide me.
LOVING DAUGHTER. FRANCES L.
FISHER. •
WRIGHT, JOSEPH H. In loving re
membrance of my dear husband, JOSEPH
H. WRIGHT, who departed this life three
years ago today, March 31, 3 943.
It matters not which road we take,
How dark and lonely it may be.
We know that God will somewhere join
A road tiiat leads to th e.
HIS DEVOTED WIFE. JENNIE WRIGHT. *
Miss Maude E. Aiton
Riles Will Be Held
Here Tomorrow
Funeral services for Miss Maude
E. Aiton, 70, organizer of American
ization work in the District and for
26 years principal of the Webster
Americanization School, will be held
at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at Gawler’s
Chapel, 1756 Pennsylvania avenue
N.W. Burial will be in Congres
sional Cemetery.
Miss Aiton, who had been ill for
several months, died Friday at
Homeophathic Hospital.
Robert L. Haycock, former super
intendent of District schools, said
when he learned of Miss Aiton’s
death: “It was due very much to
her leadership and her understand
ing of the needs of foreigners,
especially in their preparation for
citizenship, that the Americaniza
tion school succeeded so admirably.
Her work in Washington was greatly
appreciated by Natuialization Court
officials.
Retired After 30 Years.
“Miss Aiton will be greatly missed
in this work. She had retired in
January because of ill health. It
will be difficult to find a successor
for her in this field of education
which she had developed in such a
unique way in Washington.”
Miss Aiton retired after 30 years
of preparing foreigners for Ameri
can citizenship. Under her leader
ship, the school also taught thou
sands of citizens of foreign extrac
tion to improve their reading and
writing.
Miss Aiton's first experience with
the problems of America's foreign
born was during the World War
when she taught foreign-born sol
diers at night school. Later, she
told how at that time she realized
the need for Americanization edu
cation among the foreign-born
adults pf this country and how she
believed an interesting and wide
field of work would.be found help
ing to educate these people to'
become intelligent America n ritivpnc
Knew Legal Problems.
She also became interested in thej
legal problems connected with na
turalization and attended court fre
quently to help ambitious but be
wildered foreigners struggling with
a strange language and the com
plexity of new laws. Her students
ranged from a brilliant Siamese
scholar studying American natural
ization laws to an equally enthusi-1
astic Italian laborer learning to
speak English.
Miss Aiton's work in furthering
the adjustment of the foreign-born
extended beyond the public schools
and brought her into contact with
most of the civic and patriotic org
anization in the District. In 1940,
she was selected by the American
Legion to receive its Distinguished
Citizenship Certificate and recently
she had received recognition certifi
cates from the Civitan Club of
Washington, B'nai Brith. Argo
Lodge, and the Americanism Com
mittee of the DAR.
For many years she served on the
Executive Committee of the Nation
al Council on Naturalization and
Citizenship and in 1935 and 1936
was sent throughout the United
States to make a study of natural
ization examinations. In 1939, with
other educational leaders, she was
asked by the Commissioner of Im
migration and Naturalization to
formulate plans which resulted in
the revision of the Federal text-:
bopk on Citizenship.
State Department Work.
The last four years she worked
with the Office of Inter-American
MISS MAUDE E. AITON.
—Harris & Ewing Photo.
Affairs of the State Department to
Organize special English classes to
meet the immediate needs of Latin
Americans in this country on Gov
ernment missions. She opened the
first classes of this type in the fall
of 1942 at the Americanization
school here.
Miss Aiton was a past president
and vice president of the Depart
ment of Adult Education of the Na
tional Education Association and
had headed membership, legislative
and other committees in the depart
ment. As a member of the legisla
tive committee, she helped write the
current bill before Congress for Fed
eral assistance to public schools of
the States.
A native of Iowa, she accompanied
her parents to Washington at an
early age and was a graduate of;
Eastern High School. She received
the degrees of B. S„ A. B. and M. S.
at the National University and the,
L. L. D. degree from the Washing
ton College of Law.
Taught Kindergarten.
She entered the public school sys
tem 46 years ago as a kindergarten
teacher and taught preschool age
children for 18 years before begin
ning the Americanization program.
For several years. Miss Aiton lived
with the family of a former student,1
Souren H. Hanessian, 4100 Military
road N.W.
She is survived by a sister-in-law,
Mrs. Maud S. Aiton of Bluemont. Va
with whom she made her home dur
ing the summer, and an aunt, Mrs.
Annie Pangburn, New York.
Dr. Geary to Give Lecture
Dr. James A. Geary of Catholic
University will deliver an address
on ‘‘Highlights of Irish History.” at
9 p.m. Tuesday at Roosevelt High
School. The lecture will be spon
sored by the Douglas Hyde Branch of
the Gaelic League of Washington.
The public is invited to attend.
Lee C. Haydn, Retired
Telephone Employe, Dies
Lee Carroll Haydn, 67, an employe
af the Chesapeake & Potomac Tele
ihone Co. here for 35 years, died
vesterday at his home in Baltimore,!
ifter a long illness.
When he retired eight years ago,!
Hr. Haydn was a commercial repre
sentative of the company. Pre
viously, he had headed its Govern
nent unit. He was a member of the
Felephone Pioneers of America.
Mr. Haydn was born in St. Marys
bounty, Md. A bachelor, he is sur
vived by a sister, Miss Julia Haydn
)f Washington.
A brief funeral service will be
leld at 9:30 a m. tomorrow at the
Jollins funeral home, 3821 Four
-eenth street N.W. Mass will be
offered at 10 a m. in the Shrine of
he Sacred Heart. Burial will be in
Flock Creek Cemetery.
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