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TILGHMAN'. JES8E. The family of the
Ire JESSE TILGHMAN express their deep
iBPreciation to the many friend* for their
kindnesses during hia illneaa and lor the
fempathy. card* and floril tribute* during
#ur recent bereavement. THE FAMILY. 13*
Bpatba
baardse. JOHN. Op Friday. April II.
194;, JOHN BAARDBE of 2301 Douglas
n e., beloved husband of Clasina H
Baardse mee Oilmen) and father of Rich
ird Baardse, Mrs. Jennie C. Frey. Mr*.
Cecelia M. Cornier. Mr*. Henriette J.
Walsh and John BaarCUe, jr. Friends may
call at Wm. J. Nailer s Funeral Borne.
3i>00 Rhode Island ave.. Mount Rainier,
Md. where service* will be held on Mon
day. April 14. at 10 a.m. Relative* and
friends invited. Interment Fort Lincoln
Cemetery. 13
BELL, MURPHY. On Friday. April 11,
1947. at his residence. 200 E st. n.w.,
Mb'RPHY BELL, beloved husband of Elisa
beth Bell, father of Robert Murphy Bell
and Mrs. Alvis J. Quick, brother of Mary
i Lancaster. Services at Chambers' Fu
neral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on Monday,
April 14, at 2:30 p.m. Interment Cedar
Bill Cemetery. 14
BOGAN. LEAN A ELIZABETH. On Wed
nesday. April 9. 1947, at her residence,
1100 South Rolfe st.. Arlington, Va.,
LEANA ELIZABETH BOGAN, beloved wife
ol Bart Bosan, devoted mother of Beatrice
Hawkins and James M. Bogan, sister ot
John Thomas Robinson of New York City.
She also leaves ntn£- grandchildren, three
great-grandchildren, other relatives and
friends. Friends may call at the W. Ernest
Jarvis Funeral Church. 1433 You st. n.w.,
after 5 p.m. Friday. April 11 Funeral
services Sunday, April 13. It 1 p.m., at
the Liberty Baptist Church, 23rd st. be
tween H and Eye sts. n.w.. Rev. H. Gaskins
officiating. Relatives and friends Invited.
Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery
Monday, April 14. 13
■OYSE, HENRY D. On Saturday. April
12, 1947. at Arlington Hospital. HENRY
D. BOYSE of l£l>9 North Evergreen st.,
Arlington, Va., beloved husband 0! the
late Dora E. Boyse and father of C. Harry
Boyse. Remains resting at the Ives Fu
neral Home, 2847 Wilson blvd., Arlington,
Va. Funeral services and Interment pri
vate. 13
CALHOUN, HATTIE M. Otl Friday.
April 11, 1947. HATTIE M. CALHOUN of
1722 19th tt. n.w., wife of the late J. Wil
liam Calhoun, mother of Hazel K. Calhoun
and sister of Fannie R. McCathran. Lerv
ices at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home.
'.'901 14th at n.w.. on Monday, April 14.
at 11 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Ceme
tery. 13
CARTER. MALCOLM T. On Saturday,
April 12, 1947. MALCOLM T. CARTER of
K09 Delafleld pi. n.w., husband ol Lou B.
Carter. Remains resting at the S. H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st.
n.w. Notice of funeral later.
CLASPY, WILLIAM G.. SR. On Pri
day, April 11, 1947, WILLIAM G. CLASPY.
Sr., ol 201 Rhode Island ave. n.e.. hus
band of Maggie Ciaspy, lather of William
G. Claapy. Jr., and Mrs. Edith Scheuring.
and brother of Mrs. Charlie Wilber and
Clllton Ciaeny. Services at the S H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st.
n.w,. on Monday, April 14, at 2 p.m. In
terment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 13
CONTEE. WALTER F. Suddenly, on
Thursday, April 10, 1947, at Kensington.
Md.. WALTER F. CONTEE, belovea lather
of Robert and Harvey Contee. He also
leaves si* grandchildren, two brothers,
William and Lawrence Adams; one steps
daughter. Mrs. Naomi Williams, and man?
i other relatives and friends. Remains rest
1 lng at the Snowden & Davis Funeral Home,
; Rockville, Md., after 6 p.m. Saturday, April
12. Funeral Sunday, April 13. at 2 p.m..
Irom the First Baptist Churcn, Kensing
ton. Md., Rev. L. McComb, pastor. 12
COOPER. ELIZABETH COLLINS (BET
TY). On Friday, April 11, 1947, ELIZA
BETH COLLINS (BETTY) COOPER of
6602 Summit ave., Chevy Chase. Mu., be
loved wife of Carl C. Cooper, mother of
Grover Cooper, daughter of Grover C. Col
lins of Nashville, N. C.; sister of Mrs. C. E.
Field of Southern Pines, N. C.: Mrs. Har
mon Nicodemus and Mrs. N. M. Batchelor
of Washington. D. C.; Grover C. Collins,
Jr., and Jack Hill Collins oi Nasnville. N.
C. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Monday,
April 14. at 4 p.m. Interment Fort Lin
coln Cemetery. 14
COSTELLO. JULIA ANN. On Saturday,
April 12, 1947. at the residence ol her
daughter, 101 7th si. s.e., JULIA ANN
COSTELLO (nee Cooney), beloved wife of
the late Lawrence L. Costello, mother of
Mrs. Bedelia Manning. Mrs. Kathryn Per
kins, Mrs. Loretta Wallach, Mrs. Helen
Ottavio and Mrs. Mildred Young; sister ol
Mrs. Mary Healy, Funeral from the James
T. Ryan Funeral Home, 317 Pa. ave. s.e.,
on Tuesday. April 15. at 6:30 a.m.; thence
to St. Peter's Church, where mass will be
offered at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends
:_la Toiarmanf Mount nltvpt f'pm P
tery. 14
CROWLEY, MARY VIRGINIA. On Fri
day. April 11. 1947. at Danville, Va.,
MARY VIRGINIA CROWLEY, wile ol the
late William H. Crowley, mother ol Wilbur
H. Crowley and Mrs. Sigurd L. Jensen, sr.,
ef Baltimore, Md.; Mrs. Kathleen Adkins
and Miss Lucille A. Crcwley oi Washington,
D. C.; aunt of Mrs. W. H. Skinner of Dan
ville. Va. Graveside services at Arlington
National Cemetery on Monday. April 14. at
2:30 p.m. 13
DIGGS. IDA. On Thursday. April 10,
1947. at Galliiner Hospital, IDA DIGGS,
beloved wife of Edward F. Diggs, mother
of Mrs. Mary F. Brcwn, Mrs. Hattie Wil
son and Charles Diggs. Also surviving are
three sisters, five brothers and twelve
grandchildren. Relatives and friends are
invited to call after 5 P.m. Sunday, April
13, at the Dabney & Garner Funeral Home,
442 M st. n.w. High mass will be offered
Monday. April 14, at 9 a m., at the Holy
Redeemer Church. Intel ment Mount Olivet
Cemetery. 13
EVANS, ADELAIDE K. On Saturday,
April 12, 1947, ADELAIDE K. EVANS,
beloved wife of the late Thomas P. Evans,
mother of Jean Oed and sister of Charles
and Robert Schwarz and Mrs. John Lang
ley. Funeral from the W. W. Deal Funeral
Home, 4812 Georgia ave. n.w.. on Monday,
April 14. at 12:45 p.m. Relatives and
friends Invited. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 13
FIELDS. ARNETHA. On April 10, 1947.
ARNETHA FIELDS, the beloved wife of
Henry Fields of Scotch Plains. N. J., and
the daughter of the late Sarah and Joseph
Brown of Arlington, Va. She also leaves
to mourn a sister. Miss Ada Brown: a
niece. Mrs. Sarah Peterson; a nephew. Mr.
Joseph Robinson; a nephew-in-law, Mr.
Joseph Peterson: two other nieces. Miss
Sarah Patsy Robinson and Miss Mildred
Arnetha Robinson, and a host of other
relatives. Services will be held Monday.
April 14. at 1:30 p.m.. at St John's Bap
tist Church, Scotch Plains, N. J. Burial
will be at Fairview Cemetery, Westfield,
N. J. 13*
FREER. GORHAM FULTON. On Friday.
April 11. 1947. at his residence. 4003
North 32nd st. Arlington. Va.. GORHAM
FULTON FREER, beloved husband of
Evelyn Lewis Freer, father of Jacqueline
Freer and brother of Miss Florence H.
Freer of Washington. D. C.. and Mrs
J. Lawrence Gilson of White Plains. N. Y.
Remains resting at the Ives Funeral
Home. 2847 Wilson blvd.. Arlington. Va.,
until 1:30 p.m. Monday. April 14; thence
to 8t. Mary's Episcopal Church, where
funeral services will be held at 2 p.m.
Interment Oakwood Cemetery. Falls
Church. Va. The family has suggested
that Instead of flowers, contributions be
sent to Arlington Hospital for a special
fund In memory of Mr. Freer. 13
GARRISON. EDITH MAE. On Satur
day. April 12. 1947. EDITH MAE GAR
RISON. sister of Mrs Carrie V. Barron,
Mrs. Ida Veitch and Mrs. Katherine Finch.
Services at Chambers' Funeral Home, 517
11th st. s.e.. on Monday, April 14. at 1
p.m. Internment Washington National
Cemetery 14
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ton. Md.; Theodore. Christina, Pete, Eman
uel and Nicholas Gavrtles of Laurel. Md.
Friends may call at the above residence.
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timore, Md.. on Monday. April 14, at 2
p.m. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. 13
GOVER. E. MURRAY. 0 Suddenly, on
Thursday, April 10. 1947, at Prince
George Hospital, Cheverly, Md., E. MUR
RAY GOVER of 4412 Oliver st., Hyatts
vule, Md., beloved husband of Dora Gover
and father of Bertha Haskins, Elizabeth
Heagy and Ruth Drinkard. He also is sur
vived by a sister, Mrs. Jeannette Owings.
Mr. Gover rests at Qasch's Funeral Home.
4(39 Baltimore ave., Hyattsville. Md.
Services at the First Methodist Church,
Hyattsville, Md.. on Saturday, April 12,
at 11 a.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Friendship, Md.
GRUBBS. E’PAMNANBUs. On Friday,
April II. 1947, at his home, 713 Boundary
ave., Silver Spring, Md.. KPAMNANDUS
GRUBBS, beloved husband of Mary E.
Grubbs. Mr. Grubbs rests at the Warner
E, Pumnhrey Funeral Home. 8434 Georgia
ave., Sliver Spring, Md„ where services
will be held on Monday. April 14, at 2 p.m.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 14
HANSEN. LAURENCE E. On Thursday,
April 10. 1947, LAURENCE E. HANSEN of
1327 L st. n.w.. beloved brother of Mrs. A.
Johnson and Victor Hansen of West Palm
Beach, Fla., and Cyrus Hansen of Long
Beach, Calif. Friends may call at Wm. J.
Nalley’s Funeral Home. 522 8th st. s.e..
where services will be held on Monday,'
April 14, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends
Invited. Interment Washington National
Cemetery. 13
HARRIS, DAVID FULTON. On Thurs
day. April 10, 1947, DAVID FULTON
HARRIS of 1500 Decatur st. n.w., hus
band of Lena E. Harris, father of Mrs. J.
Bradley Colburn of New York City, N. Y.;
Mrs. William Ward Scott, jr.. of Jackson
ville. Fla., and W. W. Harris of Detroit,
Mich; brother of Mrs. John F. Keller ol
Buckeystown, Md., and Ernest Harris of
Hyattstown. Md. He also is survived by
five grandchildren. Services at the S. H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2001 14th st.
n.w., on Monday. April 14. at 10 a.m. In
terment Rock Creek Cemetery. 13
I hakkis. ukUKOs. on rrmay, npru
111. 1347. GEORGE HARRIS ol 2708 P st.
!n.w.. beloved brother ol Dora Thomas and
'John Harris. He also leaves three nieces,
'two neplAws. other relatives and friends.
'Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by
l W. Ernest Jarvis Co
i HENRY. HOWARD Entered into eter
I nal life Wednesday. April 3. 1347. at his
! residence. 31914 P st s.w.. HOWARD
'HENRY. beloved son of the late Robert and
Nannie Henry He leaves to mourn their
loss three sisters. Mrs. Benny Walker. Mrs.
Claradene Henry and Mrs. Cinderella
Scott: one brother. Robert Henry, Jr.: a
host of other relatives and friends. Re
mains may be viewed at Barnes & Mat
thews’ Funeral Home, 614 4th st s.w.,
after 4 p.m. Friday. April 11. Funeral
Sunday. April 13. from the Greenspring
Baptist Church, Brookneal, Va. 12
JACKSON. EPPA H. On FHday. April
11. 1347. at Garfield Hospital. Washing
ton. D. C.. EPPA H. JACKSON of Great
Falls, Va., beloved son of the late Edgar M.
and Eugenia Jackson Friends are in
vited to call at his late residence after 3
p.m. Saturday. April 12. Funeral services
on Sunday, April 13. at Forestville Meth
odist Church at 2 p.m. Interment Arnon
Cemetery. 13
JACKSON RICHARD LEVAN. On Thurs
day. April 10. 1347, at the Naval Hos
pital. Bethesda. Md., RICARD LEVAN
JACKSON, beloved son of Levan and Car
rie Jackson, brother of Viola Jackson. He
also leaves other relatives and friends.
After 11 a.m Sunday. April 13. friends'
may call at the "W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral j
Church, 1432 You st. n.w. Mass will be
offered at the Holy Redeemer Catholic
Church. New York and New Jersey aves. I
n.w., Tuesday. April 15. at 3 a.m Rela
tives and friends invited. Interment Ar
lington National Cemetery. 14
KIDWELL. ALVA R. On Wednesday
April u. '347, at Suburban Hospital. ALVA
R. KIDWELL of Kensington. Md.. beloved
husband of Mrs. Rose C. Kidwell. father
of Mrs. Andrew Zubak and son of Mr. and
Mrs. V. C. Kidwell. Remains resting at
Chambers’ Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st.
n.w.. until Sunday. April 13. at 10 a.m.
Services and interment Hillsboro. Va. 12
KINCHELOE. JAMES ULYSSES. Sud
denly, on Friday. April 11, 1347. at his
residence, Fairfax. Va . JAMES ULYSSES
KINCHELOE. beloved husband of Virginia
R. Kincheloe. father of Miss Esther
Kincheloe. Mrs. Orville O. Holler and
James Gordon Kincheioe. Remains rest
ing at his late residence. Graveside serv
ices Sunday April 13. at 2 p.m.. at the
Fairfax Cemetery. Relatives and friends
invited. IS
KITTS. EMBREY THOMAS. Suddenly,
on Thursday. April 10. 1347. EMBREY
THOMAS KITTS of 3017 Dumbarton ave.
n.w.. beloved son of Clarence E. and Irene
V. Kitts, brother of Clarenoe. jr.. and Jerry
Donald Kitts. 3nd Mrs. Nellie Metcaft.
Services at Chambers’ Georgetown Funerai
Home, 31st and M sts. n.w.. on Monday,
April 14. at 1 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery. 14
LAMBERT, ANDREW F. On Friday.
'April 11, 1947, at his residence. 1302
j Quincy Ft. n.w.. ANDREW F. LAMBERT,
beloved lather of George A. Lambert. Re
i mains resting at Chambers’ Funeral Home.
; 140(1 Chapin st. n.w.. until 11 a.m. Sat
urday. April 12. Seivices and interment
; Martlnsburg. W. Va
LANE. CATHERINE THERESA. On
Thursday, April HI. 1947. CATHERINE
THERESA LANE ot 308 East Capitol st.
n.e.. sister of Miss Nannie L. Lane and
Miss Ella M. Lane of Washington. D. C.:
Mrs. T. L. Powell of East Liverpool.
Ohio, and William L. Lane of Washing
ton. D. C. Remains resting at the S.
H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th
st. n.w., until 10 p.m. Sunday. April 13.
Services at the Blessed Sacrament Cath
olic Church. Harrisonburg, Va.. on Mon
day. April 14, at 10 a.m. Interment
Woodbine Cemetery. Harrisonburg. Va. 13
LEUCHTENBERGER. ROBERT C. On
Friday. April 11. 1947, ROBERT C.
LEUCHTENBERGER. beloved husband of
Lola Leuchtenberger and devoted father-of
Mrs. Catherine Hastings, Ralph Carpenter
and Phyllis Marie Leuchtenberger. Re
mains resting at Reed's Funeral Home,
Herndon. Va.. where services will be held
at 11:30 a m. Monday. April 14. Burial
Arlington National Cemetery. 13
MACK. ROSE S. On Thursday. April
10. 1947. at her residence. 3704 Yuma
st. n.w.. ROSE S. MACK, beloved wife
of Carl T. Mack and sister of Mrs. H.
A. Walters of Bound Brook, N J.: Mrs.
James G Boxwell of Plainfield. N. J : Les
ter Snyder of Hagerstown. Md.. and Gor
don Snydet of Chambersburg. Pa. Serv
ices at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home.
2901 14th st. n.w.. on Monday. April 14.
at 3 o.m. Interment private. 13
MICOU, ELLA HERBERT. On Friday,
April 11. 1947, ELLA HERBERT MICOU.
mother of Hillary H. and Benjamin H.
Micou. Services at the S. H. Hines Co.
Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Sat
urday, April 12, at 3 p.m. Interment
Rock Creek Cemetery. (Montgomery and
Birmingham. Ala., papers please copy.) 12
MILES, MARGARET ELIZABETH. On
Thursday. April 10. 1947. at her home.
4708 North Chelsea lane, Bethesda. Md..
MARGARET ELIZABETH MILES, beloved
wife of the late Steven A. Miles and moth
er of Mrs. Minnie B Myers. Remains
resting at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Fu
neral Home of Wm. Reuben Pumphrey.
where brief services will be held Satur
day, April 12. at 4 p.m. Funeral services
and interment Marengo, Iowa. 13
MINGO, ODELL. On Wednesday. April
10. 1947. ODELL MINGO of 121'.! Oth at.
1 n.w.. beloved husband of Angeltne Mingo,
father of Odell Mingo, jr.; brother of
I Claude Crook and nephew of Bessie and
: Minnie Mingo. Also surviving are a host
: of other relatives and friends. Relative
and friends are invited to call at the
'Carver Memorial Funeral Home, 29 H st.
n.w.. after 4 p.m. Saturday. April 12.
Funeral seivices Sunday, April 13, at 2
p.m., at Mount Carmel Holiness Church of
God. 024 Kastlc pi n.e.. Rev James F
Davis officiating. Interment Monday at
1 p.m. Arlington National Cemetery. 13
i NASH. SADIE E. Officers and members
. of Miriam Household of Ruth. No. 5997,
| G. U. o. of Odd Fellows, arc hereby noti
fied of the death of Inmate SADIE E.
NASH. Can meeting Sunday. April in.
194". at 4 p.m . at Odd Fellows' Hall
Temple, 9th and T sts. n.w. Funeral Mon
day. Anrll 14, at 11 a m., from Asbury
Church, llth and K sts n.w.
ANTOINETTE TAYLOR. W. R.
NASH. SADIE E. On Thursday. April
10. 1947. at her residence. 4335 Polk st.
n.t„ SADIE E. NASH loving mother of
Cornelia Kathlyn Marshall, mother-in-law
of Everett S. Marshall. She also is sur
vived by three grandsons, two aunts, many
other relatives and friends. After 1 p.m.
Sunday, April 13. friends may call at her
late residence. Funeral Monday. April 14.
at 11 a m., from Asbury A. M. E. Church,
llth and K sis. n.w.. Rev. R M. Williams
officiating. Interment Madison County.
Va. Arrangements by Frazier's Funeral
Home. Inc. 13
O’BRIEN. JOHN M. In memory of our!
dear son. JOHN M. O'BRIEN, who died i
two years ago today. April 12. 1945.
Eternal lest grant unto h.m, O Lord.,
and let perpetual light shine upon him. j
May his soul and all the souls of the f.'iih-’
ful departed rest in peace. Amen • (
MOTHER AND FATHER *
QUILTER. THOMAS F. On Thursday.
April 10. 1947. at his home. 3800 Garfield
st. n.w,. THOMAS F. QUILTER, beloved
husband of the late Jane Monun Quilter.
Remains resting at his late residence.
Services Monday, April 14. at St. Ann's
Catholic Church, where reauiem mass will
be offered at 9 am. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. 13
RIDDLER. JOHN A. On Friday. April
11, 1947, at his residence. 2116 Queens
Chanel rd.. JOHN A. RIDDLER, beloved
husband of Maude M. Riddler, father of
Mrs Pearl Doyle. Funeral from the T. F.
I Costello Funeral Home. 1722 North Capitol
!st.. on Monday. April 14. at 10 a.m. Bel
la tives and friends invited. Interment I
: Cedar Hill Cemetery. 13
SHERMAN. DAVID L. Suddenly, on'
Thursday. Anrll 10, 1947. at New York
City, DAVID L. SHERMAN of 7706 13th
st. n.w., beloved husband of Ruth Tolklns
Sherman and beloved father of Phyllis
and Murray Sherman. He also is survived
bv his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin
Sherman, and one brother. Maxwell Sher
man. Funeral services at the Bernard
Danzansky A Son Funeral Home. 3501
14th st. n.w.. on Sunday. April 13. at
12:30 p.m Interment B'nai Israel Ceme
i tcry. 13
SHERMAN. DAVID L. Members of
Washington Post. No. 58. Jewish War
I Veterans of the United States, are hereby
1 notified of the death of our charter mem
jber. Comrade DAVID L. SHERMAN. Fu
I neral services will be held at the Bernard
Danzansky A Son Funeral Home. 3501
I 14th st. n.w.. on Sunday, April 13, at
12:30 p.m. MYER LIFPS. Commander. 13
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SHERMAN. ROBERT D. Suddenly, an
Thursday. April 10. 1847, at his residence,
3916 13th st. n.e.. ROCERT D. SHER
MAN, beloved husband of Manr J- Sher
man and father of Philip Ga7ry Abend.
Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home.
4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where services
will be held on Sunday. April 13. at 2:30
p.m. Interment private 13
SHULER. WILLIAM M. On Friday,
AprU l 1 1947 WUJLIAM M. SKULEK,
beloved, son of Nora and the late George
W. Shuler. Friends may call at Zirkle *
Funeral home, 510 C st. n.e. Notice of
funeral later.
SMITH. JAMES. Departed this life on
Tueaday, April 8. 1947, at Casualty Hos
pital, JAMES SMITH, beloved husband of
Dora Smith. He also leaves to mourn their
loss two brothers, Albert and Raymond
Smith: two sisters, Agnes Barr and Flor
ence Grlffen; a son. Vernon Smith: a
daughter. Christina Smith, and a host of
other relatives and friends. Funeral from
the chapel of St. Joseph’s Funeral Home,
306 L st. n.w., Monday, April 14, at 1
P.m.. Rev. Jesse McCoy Hanson officiating.
Interment Payne's Cemetery. 13*
SISLER. MART ANN. On Friday, April
11, 1947. MART ANN SISLER. wife of .the
late John H. Sisler. mother of Clarence E.,
V. Ambrose and Raymond T. Sisler: Mrs.
C. Mabel Holden and Mrs. Annie S. Harvey.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Monday.
April 14. at 8:30 a.m.; thence to Holy
Trinity Catholic Church. 36th and O sts.
n.w., where the holy sacrifice of the mass
will be offered at 9 a m. for the repose of
her soul. Interment Holy Rood Cemetery.
13
TENNET, ANNIE HILDA. On Saturday,
April 12, 1947, at Prince Georges Hos
pital. Cheverly, Md„ ANNIE H. TENNEY
tnee Handy), beloved wife of the late W.
W. Tenney, mother of Mrs. Mary O'Connell
and sister of W. B. Handy. Bessie Handy
and Mrs. Cora Madgin. Remains resting
at Chambers' Funeral Home. 517 11th st.
s.e. Services at St. Barnabas’ Episcopal
Church. Temple Hills, Md., on Monday,
April 14, at 2 p.m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
13
WALLACE. BERTHA. On Friday. April
11, 1947. BERTHA WALLACE of 337 Elm
st. n.w.. devoted wife of Henry L. Wallace,
sr.; loving mother of Hortense Glenn.
Edith Branch. Genevieve Frasier. Clinton
C. and Henry L. Wallace, Jr.: sister of
Charlton Rogers. Other relatives and
friends also survive. After 3 p.m. Tues
day, April 15. friends may call at her late
residence. Funeral Wednesday. April 16.
at 1 p.m., from Fmier’s Funeral Home.
Inc.. 3X9 R. I. ave. n.w. Interment Wood
lawn Cemetery. 15
i n.nnL. la.^nu,, un nyx 11 ij. itr±4, at:
! Gallineer Hosbital, MARIE WARE. She!
i leaves to mourn a daughter, Mrs. Bertha
Botts: a son-tn-law. Sylvester Botts: two
sisters, Mrs. Katie Lyles and Mrs. Evelyn
Butler: three brothers. Leonard. Arthur
and Jessie Brice, and other relatives and
friends. Remains resting at the J. H.
Lowe Funeral Home 2426 Eye st. n.w.
Notice ot funeral later. •
YOUNKIN, WILLIAM E. On Wednes
day. April 9, 1947. at 8504 Irvington ave..
Bethesda. Md.. WILLIAM E. YOUNKIN,
beloved husband of Violet Frances Younkin
and father of K. E. .Younkin and the late
Maj. W. L. Younkin. Services at Cham
bers’ Georgetown Funeral Home. 31st and
M sts. n.w.. on Saturday. April 12, at
10 a.m. Interment In Washington Na
tional Cemetery. 12
in HUmorfam
ARNETT, LUCY, "in loving memory of
our dear mother, LUCY ARNETT, who
passed away eight years ago today, April
12, 1939.
God gave us a wonderful mother,
One of the world’s very best.
And when on earth her work was done,
He called her home to rest.
You can’t come to us. dear mother,
But we will come to you.
HER CHILDREN.
BATTLE. WILLIE. In remembrance of
our brother and uncle, WILLIE BATTLE,
who departed this life April 12, 1944.
Three years ago today
Our brother and uncle passed away;
God took him home. He knew best,
And granted him eternal rest.
LONELY SISTER, ADA; DEVOTED NIECE,
HELEN. •
BAYLOR. WILFORD. A tribute of love
and devotion In memory of our son and;
father. WILFORD BAYLOR, who departed;
this life one year ago today, April 12. <
1946.
God gave us a wonderful son and father,
One of the world's very best,
And when on earth his work was done,
He called him home to rest.
His memory Is all we have now,
His cares are all at rest;
Happy to know today we can say
We loved him and did our best.
MOTHER AND DAUGHTER. •
BAYLOR. WILFORD. A tribute of love
to the beautiful memory of my darling
brother, WILFORD BAYLOR, who left me
one year ago today, April 12, 1946.
The month of April again is here,
To me the saddest of the year,
Because one year ago today
My loving brother passed away_
DEVOTED SISTER, ETHEL. •
BAYLOR. WILFORD. A tribute of love
and devotion in memory of my dear broth
er. WILFORD BAYLOR, who entered into
eternal rest one year ago today, April 12,
1946.
Today recalls a memory
Of a loved one gone to rest.
And those who think of him today
Are the ones who loved him best.
YOUR DEVOTED SISTER AND BROTHER
IN-LAW, VIOLA AND JAMES E. BUNDY.
memory of our dear father. FRANCIS
LEWIS CARDOZO, who died suddenly
April 12, 1944. _
HIS DAUGHTERS, MRS. MARGARET C.
HOLMES. MRS. ELIZABETH BARKER.
MRS. EMMETA C. DAWSON, MRS.
FRANCES C. PAYNE, MRS. CATH
ERINE C. LEWIS. AND HIS SON, DR.
W. WARRICK CARDOZO.
CARROLL, ROBERT L. Sacred mem
ories of our father, ROBERT L. CARROLL,
who left us nine years ago today, April
12, 1038.
Those who pass on live with us day by
day and memories, however sad, are the
best and purest link between this world
and a better one. HIS CHILDREN. •
CORBIN. DOROTHY S. In loving mem
ory of our dear mother and wife, DOR
OTHY S. CORBIN, who departed this life
one year ago today. April 12. 1946.
God gave us a wonderful mother.
One of the world’s very best,
And when on earth her work was done,
God called her home to rest.
We watched you fade like a flower,
But could not make you stay:
We nursed you with tender care
Until God cal! you away.
LUCILLE LOVE AND WALTER CORBIN. •
HEINTZ. REBECCA S. In sad but lov
ing memory of our dear mother. REBECCA
S HEINTZ. who died four years ago to
day. April 12. 1943.
In the book of life there are pages
Filled with memories fond and true.
And of those most dear through the ages
Are the beautiful memories of you.
YOUR LOVING DAUGHTERS, BERTHA H
BEHREND AND FREDA M. KNIGHT. •
OWENS. JAMES F. In loving memory
of our husband, father and grandfather,
JAMES P. OWENS, who passed away seven
years aao today, April 12, 1940.
Just a line, a sweet remembrance,
Just a memory fond and rue;
Just a token of love's devotion
That our hearts still long for you.
DEVOTED WIFE. CHILDREN AND
GRANDCHILDREN.
REDINGER. STAFF SERGT. FRANK
_ WAGNER. A tribute of love and
. espect to our beloved son and
IBa brother. Staff Sergt. FRANK
fg5a~a WAGNER REDINOER. who was
r '•*’ ~ killed in action at Bad Lauter
1 bers. Germany. April 12. 1945.
I "I am the resurrection and the life,
i He that believeth in Me. though he were
dead, vet shall he live." St. John. 11.25.
MOTHER AND DAD CYNTHIA AND
JACK. *
ROBINSON. JAMES W.' In sad but lov-1
l ing remembrance of my devoted husband.
life four years ago today, April 12, 1943.
Time takes away the edge of grief,
But memory turns back every leaf;
A loving thought, a silent tear,
A beautiful memory of one so dear
DEVOTED WIPE. KATIE P. ROBINSON. *
SLAUGHTER, JOHN H. Sacred to the
memory of a devoted father, JOHN H.
SLAUGHTER, who departed this life seven
years ago today, April 12. 1940.
Gone from our midst is one we cherished
dearly.
His memory we’ll ever keep alive:
We can't return the ‘’all” he gave so freely,
No matter what we say or how we strive.
But to say. "Hello,” to those who loved
you,
To talk to us and learn just how wc
fare.
This treacherous world, to you. could offer
nothin*.
Wc know you’d much prefer abidin
there.
So rest, dear father, rest in peace forever.
Enjoy the blesslnes God promised you:
Some happy day when all our cares are
over.
We hope to Join you and rest there, too.
HIS DEVOTED CHILDREN. JAMES. HOW
ARD. JOHN AND MARY SLAUGHTER;
GRACE MOZEE AND MABEL HACK
NEY. *
SMITH. WILLIAM H. A tribute of love
and devotion to the memory of our dear
husband and father, WILLIAM H. SMITH
of Colesville. Md„ who left us fifteen years
ago. April 12. 1932.
There’s a memory dear that forever will
last
And is with us wherever we stray:
Of a glad happy home in the years that
are past
And our loved one there day by day.
We miss you no less as the time passes on
Than we did on the day of your going.
For absence can never close the door of
our hearts.
And the lamp of our love is atill glowing.
We think of the great reunion
As we journey' there one by one.
Of the welcome that is awaiting us
When our earthly tasks are done.
HIS DEVOTED FAMILY. •
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Charles B. Nordhoff,
Co-author of 'Mutiny
On the Bounty,' Dies
By th« Asiociotsd Pr«s
SANTA BARBARA, Calif., April
12.—Death has stilled the perf of
Novelist Charles Bernard Nordhoff,
co-author of “Mutiny on the
Bounty."
The 60-year-old writer died of a
heart attack yesterday in his home.
He had resided here since leaving
Tahiti, scene of many of his South
Seas idylls.
Collaborating with James Norman
Hall, Mr. Nordhoff gained literary
prominence with “Mutiny,” “The
Hurricane,” “Pitcairn’s Island” and
other novels of high adventure and
pleasant interludes in the South
Seas.
Both pilois in the Lafayette
Escadrille during World War I, Mr.
Nordhoff and Mr. Hall began their
team writing witha two-volume his
tory of the aerial group. Their
novels were generally high on the
best-seller lists from 1932 through
1940, and several were adopted by
the movies.
From 1919 through 1939, Mr.
Nordhoff spent most of his time in
Tahiti, where he married Pepe
Tearai, daughter of a native chief.
Their union, which lasted until 1940,
brought six children, three Of whom
still reside on the island.
He married Mrs. Laura Granger
Whiley in 1941, after returning to
the Southern California area, where
his family had been prominent for
four generations. He had been
working lately on a novel with Todd
Ford, Santa Barbara writer.
Gorham F. Freer, 49,
Patent Lawyer, Dies
Gorham F. Freer, 49, a patent
attorney here since 1928, died un
expectedly yesterday at his home,
4603 Thirty-second street, Arling
ton.
A native of
Washington, he
was the son of
the late Dr. and
Mrs. James A.
Freer. He left
Harvard Univer
sity prior to
America’s entry
into World War
I to enlist in the
Royal Canadian
Ati* T^Aroo onrl
served overseas
as a flyer until
the Armistice.
Gorham f. F.reer He became as
sociated with the law firm of Cush
man, Darby and Cushman in 1925
and while working for that com
pany attended evening classes at
Columbus Law School, from which
he was graduated in 1928. He was
a partner of that firm at the time
of his death.
Surviving are his widow, Mrs.
Evelyn L. Freer of the Thirty
second street address; a daughter,
Miss Jacqueline Freer, a student at
William and Mary College, and two
sisters, ' Mrs. J. Lawrence Gilson,
White Plains, N. Y.. and Miss Flor
ence H. Freer, 1703 New York
avenue N.W.
Funeral services will be held at
2 p.m. Monday at St. Mary’s Epis
copal Church, Twenty-sixth street
and North Glebe road, Arlington.
Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery,
Falls Church.
Rites Set for Today
For Col. Adam Slaker
Funeral services for Col. Adam
Slaker, U. S. A., retired, 92, who died
Wednesday at Walter Reed Hospital,
were to be held at 2 o’clock this
afternoon.
The Rev. Oscar D. Randolph of
St. John’s Episcopal Church, Lafay
ette Square, was to officiate at the
services at Gawler's Chapel. 1756
Pennsylvania avenue N.W. Burial
was to be private.
A native of Illinois, Col. Slaker
was graduated from West Point in
1877. A specialist in Coast Artillery,
he retired in January, 1914, but was
recalled to duty during World War
I, when he served as commanding
officer of Fort Washington, Md.
Since his second retirement in 1918,
he had lived at 917 Eighteenth
street N.W.
Surviving are three nieces, Mrs.
John Thompson, Farmington, Conn.;
Mrs. Lawrence Nance, Texarkana,
Tex., and Mrs. Fred E. Armstrong,!
Honolulu.
Brazil Delays Action
On Communist Ban
By the Associated Press
RIO DE JANEIRO. April 12.—The'
I Supreme Electoral Tribunal post- j
poned action today on the govern
ment’s suit to outlaw the Communist
Party in Brazil.
The postponement was announced
to give justices additional time to
study evidence.
A decision against the party would
mean banning of perhaps the largest
Communist organization in the
Wocforn TTamicnhAro TVia UroTtHan
Communists claim 180,000 members.
The suit was brought February 8
by Acting Attorney General Alceu
Barbedo, who charged the party
violated a constitutional ban on
political organizations “whose pro
gram or action is contrary to the
democratic regime."
In UUmnriam
WELLS. GEORGE W. In loving mem
ory of our dear husband and father,
GEORGE W. WELLS, who depa-ted this
life two years ago today. April 12, 1945.
Beautiful memories of one so dear.
We ll always cherish with love sincere;
A day that comes with sad regret
And one w- shall never forget.
YOUR DEVOTED WIFE AND DAUGHTER.
YORK. LAMAR WATSON. In sad and
loving memory of our dearly beloved hus
band and father. LAMAR WATSON YORK,
who was so suddenly taken from us seven
teen years ago today, April 12, 1930.
Loved in life, remembered in death.
WIDOW AND SONS. •
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MRS. ROBERT WHITTIER DUDLEY.
—Hessler Photo.
Elaborate Wedding at Sul grave
Unites Popular Bridal Couple
Members of diplomatic, official
and residential society were present
at the wedding yesterday of Senorita
Argentina Anselma Copello and Mr.
Robert Whittier Dudley. The lovely
young bride is the daughter of
Senora Argentina Copello of this
city and Santiago, Dominican Re
public, and the late Dominican
Ambassador to the United States.
Her husband is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Howard Dudley of
Hanover, N. H.
Their marriage took place at 4
o’clock in the Sulgrave Club, the
Rev. W. Louis Quinn of St. Mat
thew’s Cathedral officiating, and a
reception immediately followed.
A profusion of white flowers deco
rated the club.
Bamee’s Orchestra played for
dancing during the reception and
when the receiving line broke up,
the bride and bridegroom danced
the Samba to “Tico-Tico’\ their fav
orite tune.
The bride, who was given in mar
riage by her brother, Senor C. G.
Copello, wore an- ivory satin gown
trimmed with antique lace. Her
veil of silk illusion was draped from
a coronet of antique lace and fell
beyond ner long train, and she car
ried a bouquet of Calla lilies tied
with white satin ribbon.
The bridegroom’s sister, Mrs. Jos
eph E. Casey, of this city and Clin
ton, Mass., was matron of honor and
Senorita Adelina Copello was her
sister’s maid of honor. Miss Car
men Leon of Santiago and the Sen
oritas Ileana and Margarita Copel
lo, sisters of the bride, were brides
maids. The matron of honor wore
Salvador Embassy
Fete; Other News
The El Salvador Ambassador and
Senora de Castro entertained last
evening, inviting their guests from
6 to 8 o'clock to meet Mr. and Mrs.
Ston Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Brown
are the son-in-law and daughter of
the hosts and are here over Sunday
from San Salvador, where Mr.
Brown has been secretary of the
United States Embassy.
The Italian Ambassador, Signor
Alberto Tarchiani, left yesterday by
plane for Rome and will be absent a
fortnight.
The Philippine Ambassador, Mr.
Joaquin M. Elizalde. returned yes
terday from a month’s stay in his
homeland.
The new Iraq Ambasador. Mr. Ali
Jawdat, who has been awaiting his
papers of credence in his new post
since his appointment March 7, pre
sented those papers yesterday. Mr.
Jawdat had been Minister from his
government since May, 1942, and
yesterday became the first Ambassa
dor from Iraq.
Ceremony Held
Miss Edna J. Warner, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Warner of Arling
ton, was married at 7:30 o’clock last
evening to Mr. Harold Penn Cod
dington, jr., son of Mr. and Mrs.
Coddington, also of Arlington. The
ceremony took place in the Arling
ton Methodist Church.
Given in marriage by her father,
the bride wore a white satin gown.
Her attendants were Miss Ann
Tanner, Mrs. Catherine Frame and
Miss Pauline Shelton. They were
in gowns of aqua, blue and pink.
The best man was Mr. Jack Spink
and the ushers were Mr. Taylor,
Rooks and Mr. Harry Dye. The re
ception was held at the home of
the bride's parents.
In the News
Mr. and Mrs. William Smoot of
North Arlington are expecting their
son, M/Sergt. William G. Smoot,
who is a paratrooper with the 11th
Airborne Division, to arrive home
soon. He is en route from Sapporo,
Japan, where he has been for a year.
an aqua faille gown and the other
attendants wore pale yellow faille.
All carried bouquets of roses.
The bride’s mother wore a grey
and pale pink silk flower print with
a corsage of gardenias and the
bridegroom’s mother wore an ice
blue, embroidered lace gown and
spray of butterfly orchids.
Mr. Drew Dudley served as best
; man for his brother and former
Representative Joseph E. Casey, Mr.
John T. Gibson and Mr. Norton
Goodwin of Washington, and Mr.
Charles C. Cornish of New York
were the ushers.
After a honeymoon at The Clois
ters in Sea Island, Ga„ the couple
will reside in Washington, where the
bridegroom is practicing law with
the firm of Goodwin, Rosenbaum
and Meacham.
Yesterday's bride was educated in
private schools in Santiago and at
the Academy of Holy Cross in
Washington and Academy of Mount
St. Vincent in New York. Before
’ his death in 1945, her father repre
sented his government at the United
! Nations Monetary and Financial
Conference at Bretton Woods and
i at the United Nations Conference
! on Food and Agriculture held at Hot
| Springs, Va.
Mr. Dudley is a graduate of the
University of Wisconsin and the
University of Michigan Law School.
He is a member of the New Hamp
shire Bar, the District of Columbia
Bar, and has been admitted to prac
tice before ther Supreme Court of the
United States. He is a member of
the Naval Reserve, having served as
a lieutenant commander.
Pen Women Invite
Speakers to Tea
Speakers who have addressed the
drama section of the District League
of American Pen Women during the
past three years have been invited
to be honor guest at a league tea
to be held from 4 to 6 p.m. tomorrow
in the studio, 1851 Columbia road
NW. The invitations were ex
tended by Mrs. L. S. Mayer, the
drama chairman.
The group includes the Rev. Gil
bert Hartke and Dr. Walter Kerr
of Catholic University, Dr. Charles
Niemeyer of the University of Mary
land, Floyd Spark of George Wash
ington University, Edward Mangum
of the Mount Vernon Players, Jay
Carmody, drama critic of The Star,
and Frank B. Steele. Distinguished
guests from official life also will be
present.
Mrs. Lulu M. Schultz will be in
charge of tea arrangements and the
hostesses will include Mrs. Trudie
Lyon, league president.
Officers Nominated
The slate of officers for the com
j ing year will be presented at a
[meeting of the Washington Chap
ter of the American Jewish Con
gress, Women’s Division, on Mon
day at the Jewish Community Cen
ter. Mrs. Lewis Kalichstein is
chairman of the Nomininating
Committee.
A feature of the program will be
a presentation of the “American
Jewish Congress in Action,’’ spon
sored by the Office of Jewish In
formation. Mirian Prank, chair
man of education for the chapter,
has arranged the feature. Mrs.
Joseph Millenson. president, will
preside over the business meeting.
Mrs. Truman feted
Mrs. Truman was the guest of
honor at luncheon yesterday of
Mrs. Fred M. Vinson, wife of the
; Chief Justice The party was given
[in the 1925 F Street Club and the
1 other guests were the wives of
members of the cabinet. During the
time that the Chief Justice was
Secretary of the Treasury there was
[ no time for Mrs. Vinson to take her
[turn as a cabinet hostess, to enter
tain the wife of the Chief Executive.
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,
wife ofthe Nether
lands Ambassador, will be guest of
honor at the 54th anniversary ban
quet of the Washington Alumnae
Chapter of Alpha Xi Delta, National
Women's Fraternity, at 7 p.m. Mon
day at the Parrot, 1701 Twentieth
street N.W.
Highlights of the banquet will be
the chapter’s presentation to lime.
Loudon of a check for its share of
the National Fraternity’s $5,000
pledge to the town of Noorwyk, in
the Netherlands, recently adopted
by the lj>0 college and alumnae
chapters of Alpha Xi Delta.
Frank H. Myers, a member of the
Executive Committee of the National
Interfraternity Council, will speak
on “Hie Fraternity and Its Place in
Higher Education.” Mrs. Beverley
Robinson, national president of
Alpha Xi Delta, will be an honor
guest.
Other program features will be a
candlelight service in commemora
tion of the 10 founders of the fra
ternity and a group of fraternity
songs sung by the choral group from
the University of Maryland chapter.
Reservations may be made with
Margaret Rommel * or Margaret
Hughes.
Circle Will Plan
Bazaar and Tea
Plans for a bazaar and tea to be
given on May 23 will be completed
at a luncheon meeting of the Wes
ley Heights Circle of the Florence
Crittenton Home on Monday at the
Kenwood Country Club.
Mrs. Bruce Kremer is general
chairman for he bazaar which will
be held at the home of Mrs. Preston
King, 6817 Glenbrook road, Bethesda.
The benefit will feature tables of
antiques, white elephants, fancy
work, recipes and second-hand cur
rent books. Any one wishing to
contribute may do so.
Antique donations will be accepted
or sold on a commission basis.
Arrangements may be made with
Mrs. Joseph Fitzgerald. Those wish
ing to make white elephant or fancy
work donations may get in touch
with Mrs. Donald S. Warren.
Party to Be Held
Rushees of Sigma Tau Gamma
Sorority will be entertained at a
cocktail party tomorrow evening at
the home of Mrs. Walter L Tay
lor, jr„ 2051 Thirty-eighth street S.E.
The sorority will hold its annual
spring dance on May 31 at the
Shoreham Hotel. Mrs. Chester
Moreland is chairman of the Plan
ning Committee, and will be assisted
by Mrs. A. Francis Swinburne, Miss
Marie Tiches and Miss Sophie Chu
mas.
Sorority to Dine
Twenty-six new members will be
formally initiated into Alpha Prov
ince, Chi Sigma Sorority, at a ban
quet at 6:30 o’clock at the Hotel
Statler tonight. The initiates will
be feted at a dance following the J
dinner.
AUCTION SALE .
ANTIQUES
TUESDAY, APRIL 15th I'
Beginning at 10:30 A.M.
Hilda C. Griffin
Albert Johnson
4356 Lee Highway
Arlington, Va.
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Features of the program will ba
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man, and selections * ~ " '
choral group.
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A variety benefit show, »wuiui|
Arabic and American entertainment,
will be given by the Beta Lambda
Sorority tomorrow evening at the
Blue Mirror, 824 Fourteenth
street N.W.
Proceed will go to a fund for the
education Lebanese stu
dents.
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NEW YORK. April
Charles Evans Hughes, former Chief
Justice of the United States, spent
his 85th birthday yesterday with s
quiet family gathering of his three
children and nine grandchildren.
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Luncheon & Dinner Daily.
All Day Sundays & Holidays.
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OLNEY, MARYLAND
Now
1947 season.
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Open Daily except
Closed all day Monday. To
reach Olney, 12 miles
of Silver Spring, out
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You know as well .as we do1—that sooner or
later you will select a Cemetery. Don't put
it off! Come to Rock Creek Cemetery to
morrow and see what we have to offer, then
think it over—calmly and unhurriedly.
We have so much to offer, and you will no
doubt approve of the many advantages in
selecting Rock Creek Cemetery. For instance,
—Convenience of in-town location. «
f—Matchless natural beauty.
—Historic background.
—Famous memorials.
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