BEALL. MARGARET M. On Monday.
September 20, 1948. at her residence.
2008 N Kenilworth st.. Arlington. Va
MARGARET M BEALL, beloved wife of
the late John H. Beall: mother of Miss
Evelyn C. Baxter and Miss Margaret L.
Beall. Friends may call at the Lee Fu
neral Home. 4th st. and Mass ave. n.e.
Notice of funeral later.
ROLLIND. EDWARD. On Sundav Sep
1 ember 19. 1948. EDWARD BOLLIND of
1 :::)?th st n.w.. son of Robert Bollind
and husband of Hattie Bollind. He also
is survived by two brothers and two sis
ters and other relatives and friends. Re
mauft resting with L. E. Murray A Son.
193? loth st. n.w. Funeral notice later. *
BOLTON. DR. ROBERT M. Suddenly,
on Thursday, September lb. 1948. at
Durnam. N. H . Dr ROBERT M BOLTON
of Washington D. C.. beloved husband of
Rozelle Bolton, father of Rozelle. Edith
and Robert Bolton. Remains resting at
the S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901
14th st. n.w. Funeral services at the
above funeral home on Monday. Septem
ber 20. at 1 p m Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. 20
BOWEN, FRANK B. On Monday. Sep
tember 20. 1948. at his residence, 98 R st.
n.w.. FRANK B BOWEN, father of Earl
Hampton and Blanche Johnson. He also
is survived by other relatives and friends.
Remains resting with L. E. Murray & Son.
i ill? 10th st n.w Funeral notice later.
BRAXTON. MARIA S. T. J. < MARIEI
On Friday. September 1 «• 2 845arias
residence. 210b Ward pi. n.w.. MARIA S.
P J t MARIE' BRAXTON, wife of the
late Henry Braxton, beloved mother of
Vernon P. Johnson. Also survisung are
three sisters. Mrs. Helen S fonder. Dr.
Laura Ktliingsworth and Mrs. Y. »•
Thomas: three brothers, Robert S . Sinkler
R and Hubert R Penn: other relatives and
irjriv friends After 10 a - rtf -
friend' are milted to call at the McGuire
Funeral Horn". 1920 9th sv n w Serv,c”
Tuesday, September 21. at 12 noon, at the
Asbury Methodist Church. 11th and K sts
nw Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. -0
BRAXTON. MARIE. 8. P Officers and
members of the Young Ladles' Protective
League are reouested to attend thefuneral
of our late member. Mrs. MARIE S. P.
?? ™ ,?lfbTurySe£.eSo5Ist- ’ch'urth.'
1Hh MRSKBESSIEn CLARKE. President.
MARIE L. JOHNSON, Rec. Sec y.
BURRIS. HAZEL CLIFFORD Suddenly,
in Saturday, September IS. *L,“*S
residence. Ji 7< »4 .'i4th st.. Mt Rainier.
Md HAZEL CLIFFORD BURRIS, beloved
brother of Eva Carpenter and son oi Ai
thur Burris, also survived by*..Jlipue.’
Grace Friends may call at Gastn s Fu
neral Home. Hyattsville M£. "hete serv
ires will be held on Wednesday, September
."> at 11 a m Relatives and friends in
vited. Interment Fort Lincoln Ceim-teiy.
COLBERT. CHARLES ®«V«-AH192
Bundav. September 19. 194K CHARLES
OI TVER COLBERT. 19‘!5 Rosedale st. n.c.
bidovetl son of Mrs. Ethel L Colbert: 1father
nf Charles O. Colbert. U *>rothev clibtrV
Orella Lovett. David and Thomas Colbert
devoted friend of Miss Ida Booth *!?°
surviving are other relatives and friends.
After noon Tuesday. September .1. and
until ft 30 pm. friends may «« »' ,h'
Carver Memorial Funeral Home. 29-.ll H
Bt n w. Funeral and interment Rock
Hill. 8 C.
CONNECT. CARL C. Special communi
cation of Felix Lodge No. 3. F.
* and A M . at the Masonic Tem
TK\ Die. loth and You st*. n.w.. Tues
£ IHvl dav. September 21. 1948. at
CmJIiX 11:30 a m , to attend the funeral
of our late brother. CARL C.
CONNELY from H S Washington
A Son*’ funeral parlor. 49th and Deane
»ve. ■■(., 6 JAMES™C. NEWTON. W M.
CHAS. C CARTER, Sec.
COURTNEY. JOHN B On Sunday Sep
tember 19. 1948. JOHN B. CO'JKTNEY
beloved husband of Mary C £°Urourt
father of Julian W. and Milton H. Court
nev and grandfather of Betty c • John G
and Diane C Courtney Fun*i'n
W W Deal Funeral Home, Mo H st.
on Wednesday. September 22. - P;™;
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Glenwood Cemetery. ,
DABNEY. LYNWOOD M. Suddenly. On
Sunday. September 19. '948. at th' Wash-,
lncton Sanitarium and Hospital, l y»
WOOD M. DABNEY of 930Olenville rd . :
Norris Dabney ^nd'^th^Tlyn- j
on Wednesday. September 22, at 11 ,
Interment Glenwood Cemetery. 1
DEALIN. ARTHUR, on Saturday . Sep
ARTHUR DEVLIN. Klowflhu.bind ?f > he
^eoVrtr.TdeGriflln Devlin. Friends m
rail at. the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and
MaU ave n.e . where services will br
held nr. Tuesday. September -I. at It-*'*
».m. Interment congressional cemetery ■
DUGAN. MARY JANE. On Monday.
September 20. 1948. a' .’’"sjARY j
Kev bivd. Arlington. Va.. MARY JAive.
DUGAN wife of the late John Dugan.
mnihWr nf Mrs Nellie D. Jones and Joseph
T Dugan grandmother of John Paul Jones
and Dr Lester J- Dugan. Services oat
the residence on Thu rsda V. September -i.
• » « U‘t a m ' thence to St. cnaries S141111
,Vr Church 3300 N. Wash. bivd . Arlington.
Va where mass will be offered at 9.1ft
for the repose of her soul. Interment Holy
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GRIFFIS. HELEN REGINA. On Sunday.
September 19. 1948. at her residence. 2oo
Rhode Island ave. n.e.. HELEN REGINA
GRIFFIS, the beloved daughter of George
W. Randall: sister of Ralph A. and Irving
S. Randolph. Prayers at Chamber's Fu
neral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w. on
Wednesday. September 22. at 8:30 a m.
Mass will be offered at St. Martin’s Catho
lic Church. J9(M> N. Capitol st., at 9 a m.
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
GROSS, CHARLES HENRY. Departed
♦ his life on Saturday. September 18. 1948.
at Providence Hospital, CHARLES HENRY
GROSS of 9185 Old Fort rd.. Md. He
leaves to mourn their loss three daughters,
Mary and Bertie Gross and Mrs. Omle
Skinner: two sisters. Mrs. Margaret Bolden
and Mrs. Lucy Henson: other relatives;
and friends. Remains resting at the John !
T Rhines A Co. Funeral Home. 3rd and
Eye sts. s.w. Notice of funeral later.
GUNN, JOHN WILLIAM. The officersj
and members of Plumbers’
Local Union No .*>, are notified
of the death of brother JOHN
WILLIAM GUNN on Saturday.
September 18. 1948. Remains
resting at Gasch Funeral Home.
Hyattsville, Md. Notice of fu
D. C. DOW. Secretary. 21
GUNN, JOHN WILLIAM. Suddenly, on
Saturday. September 18, 1948. at Prince
Georges Hospital. JOHN WILLIAM GUNN !
of Churchton, Md., beloved husband of
Susan Gunn, father of Mrs. Emily Senior.
Mrs. Guy Lucas and Mrs. Josephine
Probst 'and brother of Stanley E. Gunn!
of Bangor. Me. Remains resting at!
Gasch’s Funeral Home. Hyattsville. Md..
where services will be held on Tuesday.
September 21. at 9:50 a m Relatives and
friends invited. Interment at Arlington :
HENRY. GROVER C.. JR. Entered into
eternal rest at 10:40 pm. Fridav. Sep
tember IT. 1948. at Gallinger Hospital.
GROVEP C HENRY. JR He leaves to
mourn their loss, a loving mother and
father. Grover C . Sr., and Rose E. Henry: ,
one brother. Joseph A. Otiander: two sis
ters. R. Evelyn Matthews and Mary T
Jackson: three uncles, two aunts, five
niecey. three nephews and a host of other .
relatives and friends. Funeral Tuesday.
September 21. at 9:30 a m., from the Bet-,
ter Funeral Home. 1203 Walter st. s.e.
Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Rel
atives and friends invited to attend. Re
mains can be viewed after 4 p.m. Ar
rangements by the above funeral home. •
HOFFMAN. CANDLER II. On Sunday.
September 19. 194*. at George Washing-;
ton Hospital. CANDI ER H. HOFFMAN of !
'•IMP! .‘tilth ave.. Hyaltsvtile. Md., beloved j
husband of Helen L Hoffman and father j
of Barbara Anne and Mary Shipley Hoff- ;
man. Frieuds may call at Gasch's Fu- ;
.leral Home Services at First Methodist j
Church. Hyattsville. Md.. on Tuesday. Sep
tember *21. at *2 p m. Relatives and friends
invited. Interment National Capital Me
morial Park Cemetery. Muirkirk, Md.
HOPE. 'MARGARET R. On Thursday.
September 9. 194*. after a short illness,,
in Quncy, Mass . while visiting her daugh
ter. Mrs. Thomas J. Haley. MARGARET
R. HOPE. Burial was Monday. September
13. from St. Aloysious* Church. Wilkes
Barre. Pa. Besides Mrs. Haley. Mrs, Hope
is survived by sons Paul and Vincent and
daughters Mrs. Agnes Keane and Mrs. R.
V. Whalen, all of Washington, D. C. *
HUGHES. CHARLES EVANS. On Fri
day. September IT. 194*. at the United
States Naval Hospital. Bethesda. Md..
CHARLES EVANS HUGHES of 5001 West
way dr . Chevy Chase. Md.. beloved hus
band of Marion Harden Hughes, father of
Charles Evans Hughes, jr.; son of Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Hughes, brother of Mr. Ar
thur D. Hughes. Mr. Hughes rests at his
late home, where prayers will be said on
Tuesday. September *21. at 9:15 am.:
thence to St. Ann s Catholic Church, W»s.
ave. and Yuma st. n.w.. where
high requiem mass will be offered at 9:45
a m. for the repose of his soul. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery, with full
military honors. "9
HUTCHINSON. LAURA H. Suddenly,
on Monday, September *20. 194*, LAURA
H HUTCHINSON of *23*2 South Carolina
ave s.e.. beloved wife of William W.
Hutchinson; mother of Mrs. Nadine B_
Simons and Mrs. Inez B. Hankins of
Washington. D C. sister of Mrs. May
Colclazer of Washington. D. C. Remains
resting at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. *2901 14th st. n.w. Notice of fu
JOLLIFFE. SALLIE M. On Sunday. Sep- 1
tember 19. 194*. at her residence. 371 # ;
30th pi. n.e, SALLIE M. JOLLIFFE. be
loved wife of the late William W. Jolliffe.
mother of Mrs. Lillian A. Taylor. Mrs.
Katherine Batchelder. Mrs. Jessie L Davis
of Wheeling, W. Va.: Mrs. Bessie R. Linthi
cum and the late Mrs. Irene E. Hall. Miss ,
Lena Jol’fffe. Mrs. Sadie Davis and Henry!
S Jolliffe. Friends may call at. William
J Nalley s . Funeral Home. 3*200 Rhode
Island ave.. at Eastern ave. n.e.. where
servicer* will be held on Wednesday. Sep- .
tember :2 2. at. *2 P.m. Relatives and friend?:
invited. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
tCulpeper papers please copy.) ‘21
KILROY, ANNIE A. On Sunday, Sep
tember J 9, 194*. at her residence. *2401
Calvert st. n.w . ANNIE A. KILROY. be- j
loved wife of the late Dr. James J. Kilroy. .
Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home.
4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. until 9:30 j
am. Wednesday. September ‘2*’. Requiem!
mass will be offered at Saint Aloysius i
Catholic Church, North Capitol and Eye
sts., at 10 a m. Interment Mount Olivet j
LEWIS, MAJ, BOYLSTON BROOKS.
U. S. A. F. On Friday. September IT,!
11I4S, in Augusta. Ga.. Maj. BOYLSTON
BROOKS LEWIS. U. S A. F., husband of
Martorie H. Lewis and son of Mr. and
Mrs B B. Lewis of Monroe, La. Friends
mav call at Gawlers Chapel. 1750 Pa
ave n w. Services will be held at Fort
Mver Chapel on Tuesday. September SI.
at I :30 P.m. Interment with full military
honors Arlington National Cemetery.
MASINCUPP. LUTHER BRYON. On
Sunday, September 19, 1949. LUTHER
BYRON MASINCUPP of 215 19th st. n.e.,
nsed SO years, beloved husband of the
late Martha A. Masinrupp, father of Mrs
Juanita Malone and Carl G. Masincupp. j
grandfather of Miss Dorothy Lee Matonr.
Services and Interment Staunton, Va.. on;
Wednesday, September 22, J94S. —21 |
WeGEE. ANNIE R. On Saturday, Sep
tember IS. 194S. at her residence. Into
Lamont st. n.w.. ANNIE R. McGEE. ta< \
loved wife of William J. McGee, mother
of Isabel J. and Charles Russell McGee
and Mrs. Leonard Marbury: also surviving
are two grandchildren. Ann Mason Mar
bury and Mildred Marbury Remains rest
ing at the above residence, where prayer
wili be offered on Tuesday. September 21.
at. S::t!) a m thence to Shrine of Sacred
Heart Catholic Church. 1 Hth st. and Park
rd n w.. where (he holy sacrifice of mass
will be offered at 9 a.m for the repost
of her soul. interment Congressional
McI.EOD. ROBERT M. Suddenly, on
Sunday. September 19, 1949, at his home.
«:iM Colesville rd.. Silver Spring. Md.,
ROBERT M. McLEOD beloved husband ol
Irene B. McLeod. Mr. McLeod rests at
the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home.
94-'!4 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring Md..
where services will be held on Wednesday.
September 22, at 2 P m. Interment Fort
Lincoln Cemetery. 21
MURTH. MARY ]. On Sunday, Sep
tember 19. 194b at her residence. 1 ntiti
5th at. n.c.. MARY J. MURTH. beloved
daughter of the late James and Bridget
Murth tnee Drottney) and beloved sister
of Frank and Annie Mttrth Funeral from
the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home. t)4!
H st. n e . Wednesday. September 22. at
9 .'ill a.m. Requiem mass at St. Aloysius
Churrh at 9 a m Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery. Relatives and friends invited. 21 j
MUSE, STAFF SERGT. EDWARD W. On
November 0. 1H«. in nao.
the service of his country. Staff
Sergt EDWARD W. MUSE, be
loved son of Emma B. and the
late James W. Muse, devoted hus
band of the late Virginia L. Muse
and brother of Lloyd Muse, Mrs.
Gladvs Muse Mennnger ana me iaie r»«uuNr
Must. Also surviving are othei relative,
and manv friends. Notice of funeral later.
Arrangements by McGuire. *•'
NALLEY. PFC. RAYMOND J. On De
cember 4 1H44. in France, ric
RAYMOND J NALLEY. formerly
oi Mount Rainier. Md.. beloved
husband of Dolores J. Nalley (nee
Glenn>, father of Roselyn J. and
Roy J Nalley. son of Mr. and
Mrs. Bernard H. Nalley and
brother of Bernard A. Nalley Friends
mav call at the William J. Nalley Funeral
Home. 3200 Rhode Island ave . at Eastern
eve. ne, on Mondav. September 2o. after
2 p.m. Services will be held on Tues
day. September 21. at 2 pm Relatives
and friends invited. Interment Fort Lin
O'NEIL. MARIE. On Sunday. Septem
ber 19. 194*. at her residence in Bowie.
Md . MARIE O’NEAL, grandmother of Edna
Jones; aunt of Odessa Wilson. Odessa
George and Pricy Mae Ford Services
Wednesday. September 22. at 2 p.m.. at
Stewart s Funeral Home. 30 H st. n.e. In
terment Harmony Cemetery., ~l
PARKER. MATTIE On Sunday. Sep
tember J9. 194*. at her home. 831 Gist
»\o . Silver Spiin*. Md.. MATTIE PARKER,
beloved wife of WiUlam A (Bert, Parker
and. mother of Mrs. Anns M. Brady, Mrs.
Mary Sue Letssler, Mrs. J Alberta Ma
haney. Miss Vivian M Parker. Mrs. Kath
erine M. Frisina. Mr Vernon A Parker.
Mr. William Baxter and Mr. Caleb Hamil
ton and sister of Alfred G. Hamilton of
Peoiia, 111 Mrs Parker rests at her late
| home Notice of services later.
PRATT, MILDRED MATE (PEGGY). On
Sunday. September l». 1'!}?. “'W*yv
dence. 4PT8 Just st. ne MILDRED MAYE
i PEGGY > PRATT, beloved daughter of
Henry C. and Edna Shull Pettlcord. de
voted wife of Carlisle E. Pratt and mother
of Sharon and Benaree Pratt Also sur
i vivtng *re a sister. Jeanne Shepherd, and
other relatives and friends Friends are
invited to call Tuesday afternoon at the,
McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 mbit, nv
Services Wednesday. September 22. at St_
Luke s Episcopal Church, tsth and Church
sts n w., it *3 pm Interment Lincoln)
PRUTT. EARL B.. SR. On Sunday.
September IP. 1B48 EARL B PRlJITT. SR .
beloved husband of Amelia Pruitt, father
of Anna Pruitt Kern and _Earl B. Pruitt.
,jr.: brother of Howard E Pruitt and Mrs.
Louise Davis. Funeral from the W. W.
Deal Funeral Horn*. 481C Ga. ave. n.w.,
on Wednesday. September 22, »t 2 p.m
Relatives and friends invited. Interment
Congressional Cemetery. "1
ROBINSON. NAOMI. On Sunday. Sep
tember 19. 1948. NAOMI R0BIN80N of
H5« Morton pi. ni. Notice of funera
later. Arrangements by Frazier s Funeral
! Home. Inc.
SIMMS. GEORGE (JACK*. On Suhday.
September 19. 1948. at Bethesda Naval
I Hospital GEORG* SIMMS, son of Charles
and Eleanor Simms: grandson of Reubin
Carter and Ella Simms, father of Doris
Small; brother of Mildred I. Brown and
Grace L. Moody He also leaves nine
aunts, three uncles and other relatives and
, friend* Notice of funeral later. Services
Dr. C. B. Smith Dies;
Ex-U. S. Aide Helped
To Found 4-H Clubs
Dr. Clarence Beaman Smith, 78.
retired assistant director of the
Agriculture Department's Division
oi Co-operative Extension who is
credited with a
major role in
the establish -
m e n t of 4-H
clubs in this
at his home, 1
who retired in
Oct o b e r, 1938,
after more than
40 years of serv
ice with the
Agriculture Department, was in
failing health the last month.
The author of many Government
bulletins and publications dealing
with farm management and exten
sion work, Dr Smith also had col
laborated on several books on agri
culture during the early 1900s which
are still in use.
Born in Log Cabin.
He was born in a one-room log
cabin near HowardsVille, Mich., and
worked in the lumber woods of
Northern Michigan to earn money
for his college education. He re
reived his Bachelor of Science de
gree from Michigan State College
in 1894 and a Master's degree a
year later. The same school
awarded him a Doctor of Science
degree in 1917.
Dr. Smith had lived in Takoma
Park since coming to Washington
in 1896 to accept a position as an
accountant in the Agriculture De
partment's experiment station.
In 1899. Dr. Smith was named edi
tor of the experiment station’s pub
lication, The Record. From 1907 un
til 1914 he was in charge of the
department's farm management field
studies and demonstrations, and la
ter served as chief of the office of
Co-operative Extension Service. He
was named assistant director in 1932
and held that post until his retire
Helped to Develop 4-H.
During his employment in the ex
tension service, Dr. Smith directed
organization and development of
4-H Clubs throughout this country.
An Agriculture Department official
said today that Dr. Smith did "more
yian any other man” toward the
establishment and progress of the
farm youth groups.
The Latvian Government in 1940
awarded him its Order of the Three
Stars in recognition of his activity in
4-H and other youth movements in
Other awards held by Dr. Smith
were an alumni award for distin
guished service from the District
Alumni Association of Michigan
State College, of which he w-as a
past president: the Silver Buffalo
of the Boy Scouts: the distinguished
service ruby of Epsilon Sigma Phi,
national extension fraternity, and
a citation from the National 4-H
Dr. Smith was a member of the
Brotherhood Club of the Takoma
Park Presbyterian Church.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Lottie Smith Smith; four sons. Her
bert and Roger Smith of Takoma
Park; Beaman Smith of Atlanta,
Mich., and Huron Smith of Somer
set, Mass., and two daughters, Mrs.
June Cook of Alexandria, Va., and
Miss Helen Smith of the University
of Maryland extension service.
Funeral services will be held at
2 p.m. tomorrow in the Takoma
Park Presbyterian Church. Burial
will be private.
SMITH. DR. CLARENCE REAMAN. On
Saturday. September IS. 1H4*. at his resi
dence. No. 1 Monteomery ave.. Takoma
Park. Md.. Dr. CLARENCE BEAMAN
SMITH beloved husband ol Lottie Lee
Smith and father of Helen Irene. Herbert
Revere. Beaman Quincy, Roger Lee. Huron
Maybee Smith and Mrs. June Smith Cook:
brother of Fra ilk Nelson and Harry Mason
Smith. Friends may call at the Takoma
Funera' Home. "54 Carroll st.. Takoma
Park. D C. Services at the Takoma Park
Presbyterian Church on Tuesday. Septem
ber "I. at " pm. Dr. Smith will lie in
stale in church from 1 until ‘l p.m. Rela
tives and friends are invited. Interment
SMITH. JEAN N. Suddenly, on Sunday.
September lit, Iit4S, JUAN N. SMITH of
14IS Florida ave. nw.. the beloved hus
band of Catherine Glenn Smith, ihe de
voted son of Nelson R. and Coring Smith:
orcthe • of Dolores, Carmen. Manuel. Jose.
Carlos and Raiael Smith. He also leaves
a host of other relatives and friends. No
tice of funeral later. Services by Rollins
Funeral Home. ^ .
SPEORL. CHARLES FRED. On Sunday.
September 1H. J»4S. at u. a.
Naval Hospital. Bethesda, Md..
CHARLES FRED SPEORL. be
loved husband of Florence O.
Speorl: father of Charles F
Frank H . Harry R and Lila G.
Speo/l and Mrs. Florence S,
Bright Services at Chambers ruMTBi
Home. 5801 Cleveland ave , Riverdale. Mo
on Tuesday. September *21. at :. p.m. in
terment in Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
THOMPSON. HASPER. On Saturday
September Jb. 1048, at his residence.
110!2 Bladensburg rd. n.e. HASPER
THOMPSON. He leaves a devoted wife.
Mary Emily Thompson; a son. Osc*ar
Thompson, one brother, one sister, two
step-daughters and many other relatives
and friends. Friends may call at the
funeral home of Alexander S. Pope, 414
15th st. s.e.. after 1 P.m. Monday. Fu
neral Tuesday. September 21.
from the Franklin P Nash Methodist
Church. Ifith and Levis st. n.e., Ket^B.
J. Pogue officiating.
WALKER. GEORGE W. Entered into
eternal rest on Saturday. September 18.
1048. at Freedmens Hospital. GEORGE W.
WALKER, beloved husband of Lena Hew
lett Walker and devoted uncle of Virginia
H. Best. Funeral services will be held at
the First Baptist Church of Mount Pleas
ant. Sherman ave. and Lamont st. n.w..
at 1 P.m. Wednesday. September C:2 Rel
atives and friends invited. The remains
of the late George W. Walker may be
.seen at his residence. ^81 Fairmont st.
: n w.. after ‘2 p m. on Tuesday. September
*21. The Rev. Edward Thomas will offiri
jate. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cem
etery. Arrangements by the John T_
Rhine* & Co. Funeral Home. 3rd and
Eye sts. s.w. -1
WARNER. HATTIE. On Monday. Sep
tember *20. lf*48. HATTIE WARNER of
1*2134 8th st. n.w., mother of Amos ana
! Havwood Warner. She also is survived
bv one brother. Milton Boyd, and four sis
ters. Martha Snowden. Evelyn Kimbro.
Charlotte Hunter and Juanita Smith, and
other relatives and friends. Remains rest
ing with L. E. Murray & Son. 133, JOth
st. n.w. Funeral notice later.
WHITE. IRENE FORBES._On Silun
day. September lb lH4b. IRENE FORBES
WHITE ol 300 McLean ave. s.w.. devoted
mother of Raymond White: sister of Mrs.
Eleanor Sewell: mother-in-law of Mrs
Anna White: grandmother of Helen.
Evelyn and Francinia White: aunt of
Leon. Elsworth and Laurence Sewell:
cousin of Mrs. Salvadore Grimes and Mrs
Ruih Tinker: devoted friend of 8amuel
Hall 8he also is survived by other rela
tive* and friends Remains may be viewed
at her late residence after 12 noon Tues
day. September 21. Funeral Wednesday.
September 22. a* I P.m from Zion Bap
tist Churrh. F between 3rd and 4th sts
s w Rev A Joseph Edwards officiating
i Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery Ar
rangements bv Barnes & Mathews. *21
WHITE. IRENE rORBES. Forest Tern
pie. No 9. I. B P O E. oi w .
is hereby notified to meet In *
session of sorrow Monday. Sep
tember 20. at 9 p.m. to arrange
for the funeral_of Daughter
IRENE FORBES WHITE, to be
held Wednesday. September 22.
1S»4S. at 1 P.m . from tne zion uapim
Church. T between 3rd and 4th ats. sw.
Elks’ services will be held Tuesday nif hi.
September 21, at 8 p.m., from 300 McLean
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BEATRICE WEST. Financial Secretary.
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Services for Col. Willifs
Are Held in Arlington
Graveside funeral services for Lt.
Col. Sanford Willits. 52, pioneer
airman and one of the organizers
of the original Civil Aeronautics
Authority, were held this morning
in Arlington Cemetery.
Col. Willits, a veteran of Air Force
service in both World Wars, died
last Monday yt Tulsa, Okla.. while
on a business trip for the Lockheed
Aircraft Co. of Burbank, Calif. He
lived in Rockville Center, N. Y.
His home was in Washington
while with the CAA here from 1926
to 1930. His widow is the former
Miss Elizabeth Faunce of this city.
Rites Set Tomorrow
For Hughes, Ex-Flyer
High requiem mass will be offered
at 9:45 a.m. tomorrow for Charles
Evans Hughes, 32, former Navy flier
and commercial pilot who-died at
Bethesda Naval Hospital Friday
aftcr a long illness.
The mass will be sung in St. Ann's
Catholic Church, Wisconsin avenue
and Yuma street N.W. Burial will
be in Arlington Cemetery with mili
Named for the late Chief Justice
of the United States. Mr. Hughes
was born in Washington and gradu
ated from Gonzaga High School.
; Before his naval service he worked
for Shannon & Luchs, real estate
; firm here. He also taught flying.
I In the Navy for more than three
I years, Mr. Hughes was a pilot in
j the Naval Air Transport Service in
the Pacific theater. He held the
rank of lieutenant in the Naval Re
serve. After the war, Mr. Hughes
tlew for firms in Philadelphia and
Miami but maintained his residence
in Chevy Chase, Md., where he lived
at 5001 Westwav drive.
He is survived by his wife. Marion
Harden Hughes, a 4-year-old son,
Charles Evans Hughes, jr„ his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hughes,
and a brother. Arthur D. Hughes.
All are of the Westway drive
4 More Polio Cases Listed;
D. C. Area Total Now 157
Four more District polio patients
a ere admitted to hospitals over the
week end, making a total of 88
| District residents to be treated in
I hospitals here this year, the Health
Sixty-nine non-District residents
from nearby Maryland and Virginia
i make a total of 157 polio cases
ticated in District hospitals this
I,ear, compared to a total of 26 at
I the same time last year, Health
Department officials said.
The newest polio victims are a
9-year-old boy from the 3000 block
of Otis street N.E., who was ad
mitted to Children's Hospital; a
2-year-old colored boy from the 400
block of Butternut street N.W.; a
22-month-old colored boy from the
: 18C0 block of Alabama avenue S. E„
land a 6-year-old colored boy from
ine 100 block of Thomas street
N.W., all admitted to Gallinger
t From District of Columbia Bureau of
Annie McGee. 88, 18111 Lamont st. n.w.
M. Isabelle Rouzer, 81. 3800 14th st. n.w.
Chester Wells. 76. Chevy Chase. Md.
Theresa Neuland. 69. 3509 11th st. n.w.
Cnarles Wood, 63. 2928 P st. n.w.
Robert Tracy. HI. 2500 Q st. n.w.
Coi Edward McCormack, 67, 3524 Water
! side dr. n.w.
Marius Kamarque. 57. 2020 Hillyer pi. n.w.
Robert Shewell, 55. Broad Creek. Md.
Frank Courtney. 53, not given.
Infant Sutton. Takoma Park. Md.
George Walker. 78. 781 Fairmount st. n.w.
Robert. Ingraham, 26, 1830 Corcoran
John Dunn. 13. 4910 Just st. n e.
BECKER. ANNIE E.. AND ELLA LEON
ARD. A tribute of love to the memory
of our sister and sister-in-law. ANNIE E.;
' BECKER, who entered the celestial city
eight, years ago today, September 20. 1940, j
I and ELLA LEONARD, who God called from
! labor to reward one year ago September
: 12. J 947, in New York City.
God giveth His beloved rest.
They are gone. but. not forgotten.
SISTER AND BROTHER-IN-LAW. LILLIAN
AND CHARLES REED. *
COLE. MARY V. In loving memory of
our dear friend. MARY V. COLE, who left
us four years ago today, September 20
Just a lovint thought,
Just, a silent tear
Of one we loved so dear.
FRANKIE CALDWELL AND MARIAN
DORSEY. WILLIAM O. A tribute of
love and remembrance to my dear hus
band and father, WILLIAM O. DORSEY
who departed ihis life twenty years ago
todav, September 20, 192S.
As time goes on we miss you more,
There's nothing else to say.
Except we trust we will meet you agaiu
Some bright and glorious day.
God be with you always.
DEVOTED WIFE AND DAUGHTERS
OLIVE AND MAUD. *
GAITHER, HOWARD PALMER. A trib
ute of love and devotion to the memory
of mv husband. HOWARD PALMER i
GAITHER, who passed away four years
ago today. September 20. 1944.
Some day I hope to meet you.
Some dav. I know not when.
But we shall clasp each other's hand
In a far and better land
DEVOTED WIFE. *
LYON. MARIE G. Sacred to the memory]
of our beloved leader. MARIE G. LYON,
who left us four years ago yesterday. Sep
tember 19. 1944.
THE CHANTERS AND JACK •
STERLING. HELEN. A tribute of love
S to the memory of our dear mother and
grandmother. HELEN C. STERLING, who
departed this life eight years ago today.]
| September 29. 1949.
1 She Is gone from among us
And lonely and sad is the home that her
presence no longer makes glad,
j She is gone, and a star in its brilliance
But th* life of its beauty we cannot forget ;
HER CHILDREN AND GRANDCHILDREN.
MARY P. BERRY. EARL M. STERLING)
AND MARION G. BERRY. j
Short Spteialiuod Court*
1239 Vermont Ave. N.W.
Catalogues Ml. 5626
C. H. Hoffman Dies; •
Candler H. Hoffman, 40, Hyatts
ville electrical contractor and civic
leader, died early yesterday at
George Washington University Hos
pital after a long illness.
Mr. Hoffman, whose home was at
5602 Thirty-ninth avenue, Hyatts
ville. had lived there for 35 years.
A native of Baltimore, he was a
graduate of Central High School,
Washington, and the University of
A charter member and former
president of the Hyattsville Lions’
Club, Mr. Hoffman recently received
a chevron from the club for 10 years
of perfect attendance. He was a,
past president of the Hyattsville
Business Association and a member
of the First Methodist Church, Hy-i
He is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Helen Lines Hoffman; two daugh
ters, the Misses Mary S. and Bar
bara Anne Hoffman: his father. M.
H. B. Hoffman, and a sister, Mrs.
George A. Terpay, all of Hyattsville.
Funeral services will be held at
1 p.m. tomorrow in the First Meth
odist Church. Burial will be in Na
tional Capital Park Memorial Cem
etery, Muirkirk. Md.
W. H. Courtney Funeral
To Be Held Tomorrow
Requiem mass for William Hubert
Courtney, 52, an employe in the
claims division of the General Ac
counting Office, will be sung at 9
a.m. tomorrow in Port Myer Chapel.
Burial will be in Arlington Ceme
Mr. Courtney died Saturday in
Bethesda Naval Hospital after an
illness of a week. His home here
was at 1834 Columbia road N.W.
A native of Du Bois, Pa., Mr.
Courtney came to Washington in
his youth and was a graduate of
Catholic University law school. He
practicel law in Tulsa, Okla., before
returning to Washington in 1936
to serve as secretary to former Rep
resentative Don Gingery, Democrat,
of Pennsylvania, for two terms.
He went to work for the GAO in
1944 and was a member of its Post
No. 48 of the American Legion. Mr.
Courtney is survived by his widow,
Mrs. Helen Harrington Courtney,
and a son, William H. Courtney, jr.,
both of Washington.
Private Services Planned
For Charles D. Wood
Private funeral services for
Charles D. Wood, 63, former
publication editor of the Writers
Guide series issued by the WPA
duiing the 1930s were being ar
ranged today by his family.
Mr. Wood died Friday at his
home, 2928 P street N.W. He had
been a resident of Washington since
1929. After leaving the WPA about
1940, Mr. Wood served several years
with the War Production Board and
as an information specialist with
tne State Department until his re
tirement because of ill health two
A native of Pittsburgh, Mr. Wood
was a graduate of Yale University
law school. Before coming to
Washington he was associated with
the Western Newspaper Alliance
and did free lance writing.
Mr. Wood was a member of the
National Press Club.
He is survived by his widow, Mrs.
Dorothy Gresh Wood, and a brother.
E. C. Wood, 4814 MacArthur boule
vard n.w. _
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Capt. Robert t. Moon, 63,
Steamship Executive, Dies
By th* Associated Pross
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 20.—
Capt. Robert E. Moon, 63, marine
superintendent for Moore-McCor
mack Steamship Lines here, died
Saturday. Capt. Moon was in charge
of lend-lease operations to Russia
from the port of Portland in World
War n. He served in the Merchant
Marine in World War I.
He is survived by his widow, a
daughter, Laura, and a son, Robert
E. Moon, jr„ of Baltimore. The
body will be sent to Baltimore for
Gen. Duncan, 76, Veteran
British Officer, Dies
By th* Associated Pr*ss
BINFIELD, Berkshire, England,
Sept. 20.—Maj. Gen. Sir John Dun
can, 76, veteran British Army of
ficer, died Friday, it was announced
He served in India and South
Africa, and during World War I was
in the campaigns in Gallipoli, i
Macedonia and the Black Sea area.
After his retirement he was chief
I commissioner of the St. John Am
bulance Corps, a British organiza
' tion similar to the Red Cross, from
,1931 to 1943.
Boy, 6, Dies of Burns,
6 Escape Fire in Home
Fire in a brick house at 1234 Sec
ond street S.W. yesterday caused
the death of a six-year-old colored
boy, while six other children es
caped the flames, three by jumping
from a second story window.
Lawrence Williams, son of Thomas
and Rebecca Williams who were
away at the time, was found on the
second floor between his bed and a
window. Coroner A. Magruder Mac
Donald reported death resulted from
suflocation and burns. j
Doris Williams. 12. Melvin Wil-J
liams, 9, and a half-sister, Christine!
Brown, 15, leaped 20 feet to th|l
ground. Christine Brown was treatjt
ed at Casualty Hospital for sliglfl*
injuries to her feet.
Lorraine Brown, 12, carried a nln? t
month-old child, Diana Taylor. 0 *
safety down the stairs, while R*r
mond Brown gave the alarm. Poke f
said the fire apparently startedfn 1
the kitchen about 8:30 a.m. j •'
Iir t. J. rCormack
(eld in inglofi
services 1 Edward J.
ck. 57, chi of studiea
stigation fl the House
:e and Civi»rvice Com
who died ®rday, were
•Id today I Port Myer
with burial I Arlington
Cormack, a Ave of Ten
id a World fcr I Army
died at hiAome, 3545
ry pallbeareiat today *
were Senai Stewart,
, of Tennessefpresenting
lessee congrAmal deie
[aj. Gen. Wiin E.Cole.
_ retired: Briglen. Henry
». Siedemann, U. S.fc, retired,
itaj. Lvle Brookover. »Force, re
ired: Gen. Clifton CatAommana
int. Marine Corps: Golim Nance .
McCord of Tennessee: fcpresenta
ives Rees, Republican® Kansas,
ind Vursell, Republicaif f Illinois,
f. Pervis Minor. Eliot \#z-Glfforri.
md D. Hurd Hudson aiipot. Perry
3. House, representing I Tennes
see State Society. I
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