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RUROWITZ. CAPT. ISADORE H Rela tives and friends are invited to the un veiling of the monument to the memory Of Cant ISADORE H HUROWITZ. on Sunday. October 2. 1949. at 11 a.m . at Adas Israel Cemetery. Alabama ave. s.e. 1 Bratlja ’-'-BARNES. JOHN T. On Thursday. Sep tember 29. 1949, at Washington Sani tarium. JOHN T. BARNES of the Wyoming Apartments. Services at the S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on •'Saturday. October 1, at 2 p.m. Interment jQedar Hill Cemetery. 1 BARNES. TACIE L. On Friday. Sep tember 30. 1949. at her home, Till Silver Bpring ave . Silver Sprins. Md., TACIE L. ■ BARNES, widow of William r Barnes and beloved mother of Mrs Ellen Slater and Srt Elizabeth Lowd of Silver Spring. Md.. rs. Grace Kirby of Concord. Calif: mrles T.. William C. and Beniamin L. Barnes of 8iher Sprins. Md. Mrs. Barnes Tests at ihe Warner E. Fumphrev Funeral Home. 8434 Georgia ave.. Silver Sprint. 'Md . where prayers will be said on Mon -pay, October .3. at 9:43 a.m.: thence lo Si. Michael's Catholic Church, where moss dill be offered at in a.m. for the repose 16f her soul. Interment Colesvllle Cemr Ury. „ BROWN. IDA. On Friday. September -Sb. 1949. at her residence. h4J Honda %«ve. n.w., IDA BROWN, mother of Anna. Della and George Brown: Elizabeth Jordan And Virginia Black; grandmother of Janie Howard. Lena and Estelle Brown Sue also la survived by three sisters, one broth er, a host- of other relatives and friends. After 3 p m. Monday. October 3. friends may cal! at Frazner's Funeral Home. 330 R. I. ave. n.w.. where funeral services will be held on Tuesday, Oc ober 4, at 2 p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 3 ... BUTLER. JOHN M. On Friday. Septem ber 30, 1940. JOHN M. BUTLER of 1U26 © st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. Ar rangements by Frazier's Funeral Home. CARR, BOY N. On Friday. September B0. 1949, at his residence. 2121 Brandy wine at.. Arlington. Va., ROY N CARR, beloved husband of Alma S. Carr. Re mains resting at the Ives Fuperal Home. 2847 Wilson b!vd , Arlington. Va.. where funeral services vi.i be held on Tuesday. October 4, at 10 a.m Interment Arling ton National Cemetery. 3 CARR, ROY N. Suddenly, on Friday, /be September 30. 1949. ROV N CARR ■ ^ All members are urged to attend a VjJ special meeting of Friendship Lodge. NO. 12. I. O. O. F . at 8 P.m Sat Ourday. October 1. 1949. to arrange agw for services. Funeral announcement /5)J will be made later. f /] CECIL 8 DOWN. Noble Grand. Attest: FERRY H. KENT. Rec. Sec CASEY. ELLEN C. On Saturday, Octo ber 1. 1949, at her residence 2941 Upton At. n.w., ELLEN C. CASEY, beloved wife of the late Aeneas Casey and mother of Frances A. Casey and Mrs James M Loftuj. Friends may call at her late resi dence until 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, October 4. Requiem mass will be offered at St. Thomas' Catholic Church. 2.th st and Woodley rd. n.w.. at 10 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 3 DALEY. MARY LOUISE. On Friday. Sep tember 30, 1949. at “>* "'‘hence of her gon. 6405 8th st. n.w, MARY L. DALHTY. beloved wife of the late John C. Daley, mother of Mrs. Mae h. Williams. Vernon Arthur E. and Charles W. Daley Services at the W. K. Huntemann Funeral Home, 6732 Georgia ave. n.w.. on Monday. S-tober 3. at 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass at e Church of the Nativity. 6005 13th ft. ».w., at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends Invited to attend. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. DEGNAN. DR. PHILIP A. un rra«;. September 30, 1P48, Dr PHILIP A DEG HAN of 2224 34ih st. s.e . beloved husband '*! Eva Rtehl Degnan end father of Philip A , jr.. and Betty Anne Degnan Funeral from the Befell Funeral Home. 4/S H st. n w.. on Monday, October 3. at. 9.15 * n? Requiem mass at St. Francis Xavier s Church at 10 a.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. EARLY. HOWARD H. Entered Into •ternal rei: on Fridas' September .10, 1P4P. at the Ngval Medical Center. Be Ihesda. Md.. HOWARD H. EARLY of 1713 Rnd st. n w. He was the seventh son of the late Frederick D. and Mary E. Early, husband of Mrs. Georgia Early and father of Bernice and Amice Early. Also sur viving are three sisters, four brothers, other relatives and a host of friends. After 1 pm. Monday. October 3. friends are invited to cal! at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You st. n.w., where •ervlces will be held Tuesday. October 4. •t 1:30 p.m.. Rev. Jerry A Moore officiat ing. Interment in Arlington National Cemetery. 3 ELMORE. AUDREY. _On Thursday. September 29. 1P4P. AUDREY ELMORE of 1112 7th at. n.e 8he leaves her par ants. Gertrude and Phillip N. Elmore, sr.; one sitter. Vivian E. Holmes; eight broth ors. Rev. Phillip N.. 1r.: Henry B . Ivan Rj Robert L.. Thomas E. Joseph E. and George W. Elmore, and Joseph Cadee: many other relatives and friends. After 12 noon Sunday. October 2. friende may cal! at the above residence. Funeral serv ices will be held Monday. October 3. at 1 p.m., at the Mount Moriah Baptist Church, 3rd and L sts. s.w., Rev. J. H. Randolph officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrangements by Eugene and lone Z. Ford. EWIN, SALLIE E. On Friday. Septem ber 30. 1949. at Homeopathic Hospital, Mrs. SALLIE E. EWIN of 1429 Clifton, st n.w.. mother of James L. Ewln- Jr- *5“ M»r» Ewln Mator; sister of Mi's Rhode Watkins. Services at the 8. H. Hlnea Co. Emeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w. on onday. October 3. at 2 p.m. Interment >ck Creek Cemetery. GANT, SARAH. Departed this life Fri day. September 30. 1949. a: Gallinger Hospital. SARAH GANT of 406 Franklin ft n w She leaves to mourn their lots A beloved friend, one daughter, one son. one granddaughter, one grandson, one Riece. two nephews, other relatives and Tr'ends. -• Notice of funeral later. Ar rangements by Dabney & Garner's Fune-wl Home. 442 M st. n.w. HARGETT. .GRACE T. Or. Friday. Spd tember 30. 1949. GRACE T HARGETT, beloved wife of Ode Hargett and daugn'er of the late George T and Hattie Van Posen Baumvardner. Funeral services at h*r late residence, 2016 Newton st. n.e . on Monday. October 3. at 1 p.m. Relatives am friends Invited. Interment Mount O! vet Cemetery. Frederick. Md. 2 HAWKINS, BENJAMIN. On Wednesday, September 28. 1949. at the Veterans’_Ad ministration Hospital. Roanoke. Va- BEN JAMIN HAWKINS, father of George Haw kins. Remains may be viewed at Frazier s Funeral Home. 389 R I. ave. n.w.. after 12 noon Sunday. October 2. Interment Arlington National Cemetery Monday, Oc tober 3. at 1:30 p.m. 2 HOGE, HENLEY Ct’STIN, JR On Fri day. September 30. 1949. in Loudoun Hos pital. Leesburg, Va.. HENLEY CUSTIN HOGE, Jr. He is survived by his wife. Louise Hoge: a son. Henley Custin Hoge HI; a grandson. Henley Custin Hoge IV; two brothers. George L. Hore of Shreve port. La . and Hillen Hoge of Washington. 6. C.. and two sisters. Mrs. Robert Pauly of Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. Haywood Backleford of Purceilville. Va. Funeral gervices Sunday. October 2. at 2 p.m., at the Hall Funeral Home. Purceilville, Va. Interment Ebenezer Cemetery. JASPER. HARRIET. On Friday. Sep tember 30, 1949, HARRIET JASPER of 909 P st. s.w. She leaves a husband. Joseph Jasper: two uncles. Rev. James Williams of New York City and Carroll Neltcn; one nephew. John Gladden; three nieces, many cousins and other relatives »nd friends. Notice of funeral later. Ar rangements by Eugene and lone Z. Ford. 2 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Y. L. SPEARE CO. Neither successor to nor connected with the original W. P. Speare estsblishment. 1009 H St. N.W._Natloi!a?*28&2 J. William Lee’s Sons Co 4th and Mass. Ave. N.E. LI. 3-SC00 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Crematorium FRANK GEIER'S S0N7S CO. 3605 14th ST. N.W TUCKERMAN 2326 NEW ENLARGED PARLORS Formerly at 1118 7th St. N.W. Established 1851 FUNERAL DESIGNS CHACOMAS FLOWERS Beautiful FLORAL PIECES. *5.00 and uu DELIVERED MOD 14th St. N.W._Phone DC. 7121 GUDE BROS. CO. Individually Designed Wreathe and Surays Charge Accounts Opened by Phone 1212 F St. N W.—National 42T6 “GEO. C. SHAFFER. INC. Expressive Floral Tributes. Moderate prices. Open dally. Bun., holiday? Phore orders alto accepted, 0:30 to 9 p.m. week nights. BOO 14tl) St. N.W_NA 0100 Blackislone Inc BEAUTIFUL FLORAL TRIBUTES, $5 up Phone and Charge It * c & C FLOWER STORES FLORAL SPRATS, *3.88 UP DELIVERED Charge Accounts Invited. Two Convenient Locations 808 14th 6. N.W. ME 7433 823 F St. N.W. ME. 7404 CEMETERY LOTS. , CHOICE LOT. four fr*ve sites. In chattel aection of Fort Lincoln; value #1.000: will Ml! for S8.-.0 Write Borf USO-C. Star. 1* FIVE ATTRACTIVE GRAVE BITES. In Cedar Hill cemetery; reduction for cash. Hillside 2962. __•*_ FOUR LOTS. National Park Cematery, near Falls Church. Va Bach lot has four burial •ltes Out-of-town owner anxious to sell, wants offer. WM T. BALLARD. 1211 Eye st n.w Phone NA. 2265._—1 BIX SITES, all in one ero"P. Fort Lincoln Cemetery. t$r sale. Inquire 1419 E st^n.e. TWO SITES. beautlfSPColumbia Gardens Cemeterv.' #50 less than nresent market. CH. 6220. . —.4 frORT LINCOLN—Choice location, chapel 8 directly In front of tniUlon-dollar um. l to 6 sites. Will sell below value. 6L. 3108. r"2— QScoLn—Six "f,rave sites: excel. "fejSSfit « «.u&ul7% ■ Very reasonable. OV. 58~3. 2 $900 in Change Stolen From Vending Collector A box containing $900 in nickels, dimes and quarters was stolen yesterday from a truck while the driver. Cameron B. Derby of Sil ver Spring, was making coin col lections in the 700 block of H street N.E. Mr. Derby told police the rear door of the truck was forced open. He works for a Silver Spring vending machine Arm. JOHNSON. EDGAR. On Wednesday, September 28. 1040, EDOAR JOHNSON of 1403 12lh st. n.w.. nephew of Mrs. Kittle Johnson. Remains may be vletvcd at Frazier's Funeral Home. 380 R. 1. ave. n.w.. from 2 to 0 p.m. Saturday, October 1. Funeral and Interment In Wythevllle, Va. KAUFMANN. LOUISE M. On Saturday. October l. 1040. at Sibley Memorial Hos pital. LOUISE M. KAUFMANN. beloved wile of E. Roy Kajufmann. mother of Mrs. Leona Y. Bostic, sister of Mrs. E. L. Dorsey. Mrs. O. W. Hoflmaster and Charles D. Clabaugh. Friends may call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e . where services will be held on Monday. October 3, at 11 am. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Frederick. Md. 2 LINNELL. COL. FRANK E., U. 8. A. On Wednesday. September 28, 1040. at Sulli van. Ind.. Col. FRANK E. LINNELL, U. 8. A . retired, devoted husband of Orace H. Linnell and lather of Li. Col. Frank H. L'nnell and Grace Mary Linnell. Funeral services at Fort Myer Chapel, Fort My*r. Va.. on Monday, October 3. at 10 a m. Interment. Arlington Ngtiongl Cemetery. 2 RAFFEL. ANNIE J. On Friday. Septem ber 30, 1040, at her residence 1224 Shep herd st. n.w.. ANNIE J. RAFFEL. beloved wife of Joseph Raffel. mother of Mrs. Helen Manrtell of Asbury Park. N. J.; Mrs. Alice Mullan of Arlington. N. J.; Mrs. Sara Allison of Chevy Chase. Md.; Mrs. Esther Templeton of Washington. D. C.. and Mrs. Ruth Strauss of Bridgeport. Conn Re mains resting at Collins’ Funeral Home. 3821 14th st. n.w. Funeral notice later. 2 REED. DR. HAROLD R. On Saturday. October 1. 1040. at his residence. 2323 Belview ave . Cheverly. Md.. Dr. HAROLD R REED, beloved husband of Dorothy Reed and father of Alice Anderson. Nor man and John Reed Remains resting at Gaschs Funeral Home. Hyattsvllle, Md. Notice of services later. ROSENFELD. ABRAHAM WILLIAM. On Saturday. October 1. 1040, ABRAHAM WILLIAM ROSENFELD. beloved husband of Lena Roscnfeld and devoted father of Dr. Da’io R.isenfeld of Washington. Sol Roeenfeld of Richmond. Va.; Mrs. Charles Silverman and Miss Reva Rosen fe!d. both of Washington. He also Is survived by two grandchildren. Services at the Goldberg Funeral Home. 4217 9th st. n.w.. on Sunday. October 2. at 10 a m. Interment B'nal Israel Cemetery. Baltimore. Md. In mourning at 5408 5th st. n.w. 2 SIR LOUIS- JAMES F. On Friday. Sep tember 30 1049. at Providence Hospital. JAMES F. SIR LOUIS of the Cavalier Apar.ments. beloved husband of Lillian Sir Louis, father of Marjorie. Le Roy and Russel! Sir Louis. Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2001 14th st. n.w, on Monday. October 3. at 11 am. Interment private. Please omit flowers. 2 SLAYMAKER. WILLIAM I. On Fri day. September .'10. 1940. at hi* resi dence. 247 Delaware ave s.e., WILLIAM I, SLAYMAKER. husband of Elizabeth Slaymaker and father of Marie 8. Duke. Services will be held a: Gawlcr’s Chapel. ,176b Pa. av*. n.w.. on Monday, October 3. at 11 c'clock am Interment private. TAYLOR. MATTIE M. On Wednesday, September 28. 1049. MATTIE M TAYLOR of 1817 8th st. n.w.. wife of the late George W. Taylor. Surviving are her sis ter. Miss Florida Calloway: a brother. Le Roy Calloway: two nephews Abe and Le Roy Calloway: a niece. Lizzie Calloway, and many other relatives and friends. After nocn Friday friends are invited to call at the McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st n.w. Services will be conduc ed by the Rev. Edgar Hall Saturday October I. at 1:30 p.m.. at the Simpson Memorial Methodist Church. Sherman ave. at W st. n.w. Interment Harmony Cemetery. 1 TOMSON, AUGUST. On Thursday. Sep tember 29. 1949. AUGUST TOMSON of 815 Portland st. s.e.. husband of #tose Tomson. father of Elsie Tomson. Service* at Chambers' Funeral Honje. 617^11th st. s.e., on Tuesday. October 4. at 1 p.m. In terment Arlington National Cemetery. 2 WHEELER. MARIE C. On Saturday. October I. 1949. at Doctors Hospital, MARIE C. WHEELER fnee Cowvillont of 2012 Hamlin st. n.e . beloved wife of -E*rl K. Wheeler, daughter of Wade E. and the late Theresa G. Cowvillon. Notice ot fu neral later. ' WILLIAMSON. 8US1E. On Saturday. October 1. 1949. at Oallinger Hospital. SUSIE WILLIAMSON of 1113 You st. n.w. Notice of funeral later. Arrange ments by Frazier's Funeral Home. 2 WILSON, LT. COL. JAMES S. On Sunday. September 25. 1049. at Walter Reed General Hospital. Lt. Col. JAMES K. WILSON, distinguished aoldler and de voted husband ol the late Mary E. Wilaon. father of Col. James K. Wilaon. jr.. G6C of Falls Church. Va.: MaJ. Lewis D. Wilson. QMC, of Yokohama. Japan., and Mr. Walter P. Wilson of Detroit, Mich. Remains resting at the S. H. Hines Co Funeral Home. 290) 14th at. n.w.. until 10 am. Tuesday, October 4. Funeral services at Fort Myer Chapel, Fort Myer. Va . on Tuesday. October 4. at 2 p.m. Interment Arlington National Ceme tery. 2 WILSON. JOHN. On Tuesday. Septem ber 27. 1049. JOHN WILSON, devoted brother of Mrs. Etta Stroud of 817 22nd st. n.w. Friends mav call after 5 p.m. Friday. September 3(>. at the Dovic G. Brooks and Otis F. Allen Funeral Home. 12th st. and Florida ave. n.w. Funeral and interment at Bowling Green. Va., Saturday. October 1. 1 YOUNG, MRS. FLORENCE. On Friday. September 3(J. 1919. at her residence. 33 West Kirk st.. Chevy Chase. Md.. Mrs. FLORENCE YOUNG, beloved wife of John Parke Yount and mother of Catherine. Richard and Roger Young. Services et the Chevy Chase Prjsbvterian Church on Sunday. October 2. at 4:30 P.m. Interment Pasadena. Calif. Itt fUmoriam BENNETT, VERNON G. In loving mem ory of our “dear husband and brother. VERNON G. BENNETT, who left ui five years ago today, October 1, 1944. Five sad and lonely years have passed Since our greatest sorrow fell. The shock we received that day We still remember well. God knew that he. was suffering. That the hula were *hard to climb; So He closed his weary eyelids And whispered, “Peace be thine.” Somewhere back of the sunset. Where loveliness never dle«, He lives in a land of glory, With the blue and the gold of the skies. YOUR LOVING WIFE, CEAL, AND DE VOTED SISTER. ROSE. * CHAPPELLE. HENRY. In sad but lov ing remembrance of our husband and fa-1 the*. HENRY CHAPPELLE. who departed this life three years ago today, October 1. 1946. Beautiful memories of one so dear We will always cherish with love sincere; A day that comes with sad regret And one tha; we shall never forget. DEVOTED WIFE. LOREE CHAPPELLE, I AND CHILDREN. HAILSTORKS, NANCY LOMAX. In sad but loving remembrance of our mother. NANCY LOMAX HAILSTORKS, who de parted this life three years ago, October 1, 1946. Today is a day of remembrance And many sad regrets; A day we shall always remember. When the rest of the world forgets. Beautiful memories of mother, so dear. We have always cherished and loved sin cere i With the love for the one We can never forget. HER LOVING CHILDREN. AIL8EY LO MAX. MATTIE LOMAX. HENRY LO MAX. IOLA E JOHNSON. EMMA Mc DOWNEY AND DANIEL LOMAX. HOLMES, ROBERT E. In loving mem orv of our dear husband, father and grand father. ROBERT E. HOLMES, who de parted tills life twenty-six years ago to day. October 1. 19'J3. THE FAMILY. • HUSTON. MARGUERITE E. In sad but lo' ing memory of our dear sister, MAR GUERITE E. HUSTON, daughter of the late 8ilvio and Emilia Giovannettl. who !»ft us four years ago today, October 1, 1945. The days since you've been gone, dear, Are empty and forlorn. For your sisterly devotion We sadly miss and mourn. Your mobile face and tender words ; Seem lost and far away. ' But your memory’s cherished In our hearts And there ’twill always stay. We mourn you here, but not In vain, For up in Heaven we’ll meet »«*&. . EVELYN AND ERNEST. * JSSffl g?.An*dLth| who passed away October 1, 1944. We miss you more and mtre. YOUR DAUGHTER. MILDRED DUNCAN. LOWERY, DAVID NEWTON. In sad but loving memory of my dear husband, DAVID -NEWTON LOWERY, who departed this life two years ago today, October 1. 194<. And when the storm of jlfe is over And the mists have cleyed away I will fold this tent of clay of mine And meet you some sweet d»L _ . YOUR WIFE. ELIZABETH LOWERY. | SLATER. MILTON T.. «• In lovlnj remembrance of our dearhusbann ana 1 father. MILTON T. SLATER. Jr., who 1 parsed away two years ago today. October 11. 1947. Todav recalls the memory Of a loved one aone to real* And those who think of you today Are I hose who loved you beat. In our hearts your memory linteri. Sweetly, tenderly, fond and true. There is not a day that passes That we do not think of you. YOUR WIFE MARY. AND DAUGHTER. MARGARET WALKER. MARY T. In fond and lov In* memory of our dear wife and mother MARY T WALKER, who passed away *i> veers a*o today. Oetober 1. Iw43. The flowers we place upon your trave May wither and decay, [ But love for you who aleepa beneath Will never fade away. „ _ I DEVOTED HUSBAND, CHARLES B WALKER. AND CHILDREN, HOWE ZELLE CAREY. CHESTER A, WALKER 1 BEATRICE WALKBR NASH, THOMAf A. WALKER. r * Col. James K. Wilson Rifes Planned Tuesday In Fort Myer Chapel Funeral services for Lt. Col. James K. Wilson. 67, U. S. A., re tired. veteran of two World Wars and a soldier for more than 40 years, will be field at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Fort y e r Chapel. Burial wllll be i n Arlington Cemetery. Col. Wilson jifd Sunday at Walter Reed Hospital after a n illness o i more than a . He lived at 9 Kennedy ane. Falls o»i. wiumi. Church with his son. Col. James K. Wilson. Jr., who is with the Army’s General Staff here. Col. Wilson’s last wish was that another son, Maj. Lewis D. Wilson, Army Quartermaster Corps, now stationed in Yokohoma, Japan, should attend his funeral and burial services. Maj. Wilson is on1 his way to Washington, his fam ily said. The colonel, a native of Ten nessee, enlisted in Army in 1903 and later became a sergeant in the 3rd Infantry, which now has its quarters at Fort Myer. During; World War I he served with the; coast artillery and was with the 1st Division in France. After the war he was stationed, at various posts through the coun-1 trv and for several years in At lanta. Ga. While there he was superintendent of the Sunday School In the Oakland City Bap tist Church. In World War II, Col. Wilson headed the fiscal divi-; sion at Fort Wayne. Mich., retiring! in February. 1948 because of ill ness. He also is survived by another son, Walter P. Wilson, of Detroit. His wife, Mrs. Mary E. Wilson, died three years ago. Dr. Philip Degnan, 40, Dies After Long Illness Dr. Philip A. Degnan, 40, a gen eral practitioner and a resident of Washington since 1926, died yes terday after a long illness. Dr. Degnan, a native of Brook lyn, came here to enter George town Univer sity and was graduated in 1930. He re ceived his med ical degree there in 1934, and du r i n g those four years in medical school was president of his class. After gradu ation he served several years in the Army Med- Dr’ ical Corps. In 1941 he set up of fices at 821 Maryland avenue N.E., where he practiced until he be came ill. He was a member of the Dis trict Medical Society and Phi Chi Medical Fraternity at Georgetown. Dr. Degnan, who lived at 2224 Thirty-fourth street S.E., is sur vived by his widow. Mrs. Eva Mae Degnan; two children. Elizabeth Anne and Philip, jr.; his father. James L. Degnan of Brooklyn, and two sisters, Miss Sylvia Degnan i and Mrs. Walter Partrick, both of ! Brooklyn. Funeral services will be held at 10 ajn. Monday at St. Francis I Xavier Church, 2800 Pennsylvania I avenue S.E. Burial will be in Ce dar Hill Cemetery. . Dr. Ernest Shepherd Dies in Hospital Here Dr. Earnest Stanley Shepherd, 71. who made a life study of vol canos, died Thursday at Emer gency Hospital. He retired in 1946 after 39 years as a re search scientist at the geophysi cal laboratbry of the Carnegie Institution of Washington, Dr. 8 h e p - herd’s pioneer work ia experi mental geology pointed the way to the pres Dr. shepherd. ent understand ing of how rocks and minerals have been formed from cooled lava. In an effort to discover the hid den forces which make volcanos erupt, he visited the volcano Ki-. lauea in the Hawaiian Islands during World War I. During his 'investigations he was successful i in measuring the temperature of molten lava by lowering ther mometers into the fiery depths ; below. Through his efforts and the help of his colleagues he dis covered that ordinary steam, with traces of gas, was the primary cause. Dr. Shepherd also was known for his work in silicate chemistry and the phase,relations in alloys. Born in Remington, Ind., he was graduated from Cornell Uni versity in 1902. For the next two years he was a research assistant in the Cornell chemistry depart ment. In 1904 he came to Washing ton to join investigators operat ing under a grant from the Car negie Institution in quarters provided by the United States Geological Survey. With the estab lishment of the geophysical lab oratory at 2801 Upton street N.W.. in 1907, he continued his re searches there until his retire ment. After retiring, he lived for a time in California and returned to Washington last year. For the last six months he resided at 426 Willard avenue, Chevy Chase. A brother, R. A. Shepherd of Los Angeles, survives. Funeral and burial services will be private. EDWIN C. Z'AVITZ —Harris & Ewing E. C. Zavilz, 57, Dies At Chevy Chase Home; Sidwell Headmaster Edwin C. Zavitz, 57, headmaster of Sidwell Friends School here, since 1942, died yesterday at his home, 5803 Kirkside drive, Chevy Chase, after an illness of two months. Before taking the position of: headmaster at Friends, he headed the Baltimore Friends School for seven years. He also had served as headmaster of the Universityj School in Cincinnati and Chateau; de Bures, a school for American and French boys near Paris. At] one time he was assistant profes sor of education at Antioch Col lege in Ohio. Mr. Zavitz began his teaching career in 1914 under the leader ship of Thomas Sidwell. founder: of the school, who died in 1936. i For the next three years he di rected athletics and taught math ematics there. His chief interest lay in the field of international relations, and during World War I he spent 14 months in France with the Ameri can Red Cross and the American Friends' Service Committee. He became headmaster of Sidwell Friends with the thought of bring ing many students from foreign lands there and "promoting warm friendship” between the students of this country and those from other nations, school officials said. Mr. Zavitz, a native of Ilderton, Ontario, came to this country in: 1906. He was graduated in lib eral arts from the University of Michigan and received a master's degree from Columbia University in 1931. He was a member of National Education Association’s depart ment of superintendence and the Progressive Education Association. He also belonged to Phi' Delta Kappa fraternity, Society of Friends, North Baltimore Kiwanis Club and the Federal Schoolmen’s Club here. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Marion John Zavitz, and two sons, i John and Peter, both students of I George School in Pennsylvania.' Funeral and burial services will be private. Arrangements for memorial services by the trustees of the school have not been com pleted. Funeral Services Held For Sedgewick Tyler Funeral services were held this morning for Sedgewick Jerome Tyler, 70. Spanish-American War veteran and a resident of 215 Leighton avenue. Silver Spring. Burial was in Fort Lincoln Ceme tery. Mr. Tyler, who died Wednesday of a heart attack at Washington Sanitarium, Takoma Park, Md., was born in Delphi, Ind. After serving in the Spanish-American War, he worked for the Illinois Central Railway for many years. He came to Washington in 1939 but left shortly thereafter to make his home in St. Augustine. Fla. i Because of illness he returned four years ago to live with his daugh j ter, Mrs. Harland F. Brownfield, I at the Leighton avenue address. i Mr. Tyler was a member of the i Veterans of Foreign Wars and for merly belonged to the Odd Fel ! lows. In addition to his daughter, he ! is survived by his widow, Mrs. Ida Smith Tyler of Champaign. 111., from whom he was separated: a sister, Mrs. Blanche M. Brooke, Lafayette, Ind.: a granddaughter, Mrs. Shirley Anne Leyshon, Ta-; koma Park, Md.. and a grandson,1 James S. Brownfield, a student at the Lincoln School of Chiroprac tics in Indianapolis. Miners Halted by Rain The Alison coal mine at Wai kato, New Zealand, was idle one day recently because some of the men who had arrived by train at the station refused to walk half a mile to the mine in the rain. _ - i H 1 MArmTih lALtVmnsl HR ... requiring only certain SI B easentlal farts and knswl- M Ir? edge et any special family uj HR rrooeats. 5 ^^J| Organized Bible Classes By Dr. Poge McK. Etchison Senator John J. Sparkman of Alabama will resume teaching of the Sparkman Bible Class tomor row at Hamline Methodist Church. The Keystone Class of Colum bia Heights Christian Church elected Wayne Bobst as teacher. The Gleaners Bible Class will be taught by Mrs. Gertrude T. Suther. The Class of Friendship of Emory Meth odist Church will be taught Dr by Sergt. Evelyn Ballou. A busi ness meeting will be held at 8 p.m. at the home of Miss Charlotte Enders. The Box Class will hold a breakfast at 7:30'p.m. tomorrow for members and friends. This will open a membership and at tendance contest which will run until May 31. The Burrall Class of Calvary Baptist Church will be taught by Mrs. Brooks Hays. The Men s Class of Eldbrooke Methodist Church will hold a breakfast at 8 a.m. tomorrow. The Anna May Wood Class of Waugh Methodist Church will hold a business and social meet ing at 3 p.m. tomorrow at the home of Miss Lillian Winter. The Fidelis Class of National Baptist Memorial Church elected Mrs. E. B. Willingham, teacher, Mrs. Cletis Neale, assistant; Miss Florence Dalton, president; Miss Lena Conner. Mrs. Helen Day, Mrs. Betty Thorne. Miss Ernes tine Kiefer, vice presidents; Mrs. Ruth Reynolds, assistant third vice president; Miss Fern Lutz, assistant fourth vice president; Miss Lou Myrtle Smith, recording secretary, Mrs. Alice Powell, assist ant; Mrs. Helen Claxton, corre sponding secretary; Mrs. Dorothy Tripp, treasurer; Mrs. Virginia Odom, pianist, and Miss Pearl Trammell, sunshine chairman. The Wesley Class of Brightwooo Park Methodist Church will hold a business meeting at 8 p.m. Fri day at the home of President P. M. Barrows. The Downs Class elected Mrs. Ethel Warner, presi dent; Mrs. Lydia Simpson, vice president; Mrs. Jane Brown treas Mrs. Sallie Ewin, Resident Here for 50 Years, Dies Mrs. Sallie E. Ewin, 82, a Wash ington resident for more than 50 years, died yesterday at 1429 Clif ton street N.W., where she lived: with her sister, Miss Rhoda Watkins. Mrs. Ewin, the widow of James L. Ewin, patent attorney and tem perance leader here, was active in the Foundry Methodist Church. A! former school teacher. Mrs. Ewin; taught in Mahanoy City. Pa„ andj Forest Glen Seminary here. Later j she was with the Bureau of Agri culture Economics of the Agricul-, ture Department. Mrs. Ewin, a native of St. Clair. Pa., was a member of th6 Women's Christian Temperance Union and the Pottsville (Pa.) Chapter, DAR. In addition to her sister, Mrs. Ewin is survived by a son, James L. Ewin, jr.; a daughter, Mrs. Mary Ewin Major, and six grand children, all of Washington. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Hines fu neral home. 2901 Fourteenth street N.W., with the Rev. Frederick Brown Harris, pastor of Foundry Church, officiating. Burial will be in Rock Creek Cemetery. CChrtfitaMphtan_ Christadelphian Ecclesia 1012 8th St. N.W. 3rd PI Public Invited S. £.. 10 ».m. Service. 11 a.m. Christadelphian Chapel 732 Webster St. W.W. P»blie IbtIM. ; 8. 8. 10 A.M. Serricee. 1I:1B *•**■__ j Intrrbrmmtitmtimtal HALL MISSION SOCIETY 523 8th Street N.E. Interdenominational (Fundamentally Methodist) Services 2:30 P.M. Speaker: Rev. Thos. M. Weir tgfrgagopfrg United Lodge ot Theosophists 2653 Connecticut Ave. N.W. Sunday, 8:16 P.m.—TALK—Questions. Wed.. 8:15 n.m.—Study Class. Sat.. 2 to 4 p.m.—Library Open. The Theosophical Society h In ► Washington, D. C. 726 11th St. N.W. PUBLIC LECTURE Monday. October S—8**©9 P.M. t "A NEW SYNTHESIS." By DR. HENRY GEORGE of Wilmington. Delaware. President. Wilmington Theosophical Ledge. Library Boars for Lending and Sales Libraries: Every Tuesday. Wednes day and Friday. 0:30-8 p.m. Public study Classes: Every Tuesday, 0:30 p.m.—"Fyuelplts of Theosophy. > Every Friday, 0:30 p.m —“The Secret Doctrine." Brrtiyrrtt WASHINGTON CITY CHURCH OF THE BRETHRER 4th an* North Carolina Are. S.E. DR. DoWITT 1>. MILLER. Paotor REV. JOSEPH L. GLrcK. Aiaiatant. 8.45 and 11:00 am—"Entertalnln* the Holy of Holloa. Dr. Miller. 9:45 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Youth Church. L 4:30and7n.m.—Communion Service*. urer; Mrs. Blanche Barrows, «ec-j retary and Mrs. Mary Bounds, teacher. Charles Dalrymple will teach the Eureka Class of Ninth Street Christian Church. The Rainbow Class of Mount Vernon Place Methodist Church j will be taught by Miss Florence McDonald. Mrs. B. B. Wright will teach the Susannah Wesley Class. The monthly meeting will be held when Dr. John W. Rustin will in stall the new officers at 8 p.m. Miss Dorothy Peters will address the Graham Couples Class. The 24-30 Class elected Dorothy Wentworth, pressident; Robert Varndell. vice president; Sue Keith, secretary and Betty Conant, treasures. The High Quest Class elected Mae Little, president: Bertha Murray vice president; Anne Segrest, sec retary and Arch Crabtree, treas urer. R. R. Groomes will be the guest teacher of the Burtis Bible Class of Lewis Memorial Methodist Church. The Woman's National Bible Class of National City Christian Church elected Miss Martha A. Watson, president; Mrs. Lillian Hess, vice president: Miss Virginia Gittings, secretary; Miss Coney Carson, treasurer: Mrs. Arthur Barr, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Lois Shenk, birthday secre-' tary; Mrs. E. M. Reese, teacher You Are Invited to hear Janies L. Kraft of Chicago Homer Rodeheaver of Indiana Constitution Hall SUNDAY - 3. P.M. OCTOBER 9TH 65th Anniversary Central Union Mission Nazamtr First Church 7th and A Sts. N.E. 9:45 a.m.—Bible School. 1 1 :00o.m.—Morning Worship. 6:30 p.m.—Youth Hour. 7:30 p.m.—Evangelistic Hour. Wednesday, 7 :45 p m. Midweek Prayer Meeting. Tunc in WPIK Sunday Morning "Shower* of Blowing*." 730 Kilo.—4:30 O'Clock Sfat'l Optrlfnaliat Aaa'ti CHURCH OF TWO WORLDS Hew Location 2460 16th St. N.W. Rtv. H. Gordon Burroughs Minister Sunday, 8:00 P.M. "Constructive Spiritualism." Fallowed by Spiritual Greetings. Wed. 8 P.M.—Message Service. THE FIRST SPIRITUALIST CHURCH 131 C Street St.. Sunder S P.M. Ker. Alfred H. Terry. Peetor. • Subject. "AFTER DEATH—WHAT?" Followed By Message Service Developing Class. Tuesday. 8 P M. "Spirit Cabinet Manifestations. Dark Seance With Cabinet. Readings and Healing By APPt. # Li. 3-1572. ^pirtlualtat All Souls Spiritualist Church 13*2 Vermont Are. N.W. Service* Every Sunday. 8:00 r.M. MARK *• MCFARLAND. Pastor. (Formerly with Proaressive Church) Rev. Ethel Hiehamith. Assistant Pastor _All Welcome. Every One Reached. _ PROGRESSIVE CHURCH OF SPIRITUALISM „ Fvthlan Temple. 101* 8th 8t. N.W. Sunday. 8:00 p.m.—Service by Rev. John R. Gray. Followed, by Messages._ REV. C. HICKERSON Private Spiritual Consultations bv Appoint ment. FR. 8048 and AT 4776. Seance Thuriday.S^OOp.m._ REV VIRGINIA KING Spiritual Consultant by APPt., 1314 14th 8t. N.W., MI. 786*. _ REV. ETHEL JANET HIGHSMITH '806 2th Bt N S. DU 8430 Readme* by ippointment 9:00 A M to 8:00 P.M. Seanee Every Thursday. 8:00 P.M._ Spiritual_ Spiritual Psychic Science Church REV. NIZA SPARKMAN. Fa.tor. Inspirational and Trance Readinas by Appointment. AT. 6988. 1123 Pa. Ave. 8.E . Apt. 2. Watch lor Openlna Announcement. First Branch Spiritual Scienca Church of Wuhington, D.C. Inc. IROO F St. N.W.. Washington, D. C. RET ALICE W. TINDALL. Pastor. Private Appointments. Spiritual and Healing Meetings with Messages Sundays Tuesdays and Thursdays. S P.M. Tuesdays. 2:30 P.M Developing Clgssei. Friday. 7 P M Phone ME. *54*. Ext. S84. (fUfrigtian Spiritualist 1220 Moss. Avo. N.W. • REV. OTTO RENTER, Pastor Sunday, 8 p.m.—Services. “SPIRIT FELLOWSHIP." By Rev. 0. Penter. Message Service, Wed., 8 P.M. , Th« C^rsCVh,cn8,PlSlUH^^.1<>tnCe flrtnttg Spiritual United We Stand With God «*V.’ WL'clSua'm* PHILLIPS Sunday, ^^^UAL GREETINGS*3* 81141 Sret^ren H Dt. Lottii g. B*nn>. FIRST BRETHREN CHURCH Twelfth and E Streets Southeast DR. LOUIS S. BAUMAN, Farter 9:30 A.M.—Sunday School. I I :00 A.M. "Sermon on the Mount: I* It Law or Gotpel?" (Final of the Series) 6:45 P.M.—Youth Fellowship. 8:00 P.M.—"Appointments God Makes With Men." and Mrs. Charlotte Darrow dele gate to the Organized Bible Class Association. The Trinity Men's Class will have the lesson presentation by Herbert M. McMurray. George W. Bell, sr., will teach the Templemen’s Bible Class td Temple Baptist Church. The Harrison Bible Class of St. Luke's Methodist Church will have as guest teacher. James L. Ewin, vice president. Organized Bible Class Association. £pt«nipal _NORTHWEST_______ ^asfjington Catfjcbral Open Deity From 9 A.M. to 6 P.M. Sundays Honored State MONTANA. Sixteenth Sunday After Trinity. October 2. ISMft. 7:3<> a.m.—Holy Communion. St. John's Chapel. 8:30 a.m.—Holy Communion. The Rev. Georae J. Cleaveland. Canon Librarian. Bet. lehem Chapel. ] I no a m.—Holy Communion and Sermon. The Rev. Crawfoid W. Brown. Canon Precentor. 4.00 p.m.—Service of Dedication for Cathedral Schools. The Rev. Charles S. Martin, ji Innj0,,e*ar;eu 6:00 p.m.—Organ Recital by Albert Filler. Woodley Rd. at doth bt Organist. Church of the Immaculate Buses N2. MO and M8 Conception. Trolley No. 20 Daily Service*: 7:30 A.M., 12 Noon, ind 4 P M. Tours Every hour on the half hour. 9:30 A M. to 4 P.M. Sunday: After th® 11 AM and 4 P.M, Services. «. and 3 P.M..._ ROCK CREEK PARISH St. Paul's Church Reek Creek Church Rood ond Webster Street H.W. REV. CHARLES W. WOOD, Rector Rock Creek Parish invites strangers ond visitors to worship in a Church which has been ministering continuously to the people of the District of Columbia and vicinity for more than two centuries. 8:30 A.M.—Holy Communion. 9:30A.M.—Church bchool. 11:00 A.M.—Holy Communion and Sermon. WEDNESDAY, 10:00 AM.—Holy Communion. ST. ALBAN’S CHURCH Mt. St. Alban Wis. ond Moss. Aves. N.W. Rev. E. Felix Klomon, D.D., S.T.D., Rector 7 A5 a m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m.—Church School 11:00o.m.—Holy Communion ond Sermon: "This Do." The Rector 3:00 p.m.—Baptism. 6:30p.m.—Canterbury Club. Mr. Moon. 7:30 p m.—Young People's Group. Mr. Richards. ! Thursdays, I 1 am—Holy Com munion. Church OPEN Every Day._ Ascension and St. Agnes Twelfth and Moss. Ave. N.W. The Rev. Albert J. duBois, S.T.B. 6:30—Holy Communion i Episcopal Hospital). 7:30—Low Mass. 9:30—Sung Mass, Sunday School and Nursery. 10:30—Morning Prayer. 1 1 :00—Sung Mass, Sermon and Nursery. WEEKDAYS: Low Mass dally at 7 a m : second Mass Thursdays (and Holy Davsi at ft:30 a m.: HEALING SERVICE Thurs days at 10:0u am.: Intercessions and Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament Fridays at 8:00 c m.; Confessions: Fri day. 3:30 pm.: Saturday, 4-5 and , :30 8:3r p.m. The Church la equipped with hearing devices for the hard-of-hearlng. OLD ST. JOHN’S CHURCH Georgetown Perish O St., veil of Wis. Avg. WILLIAM SHARP. RECTOR Wcstervelt Romalne. Organist S nna.m.—Holy Communion. »:30 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion and Srrmon by Rev. Dr. R. O. Kevin. _Nursery During Service. CT DAIII ’Q 2430 KSt. N.W. Wit mUL W Washington Circle Low Masa at 7:30 a.m.: Pariah Masa and Instruction (Church School) at »:.'S0 a.m.: Morning Prayer at 1_1 a.m.; Sung Mass and Sermon at ll’.lo a.m.. and Solemn Evensong and Benediction at 8 p m. Low Mass daily, except Saturday, at 7 a.m.; Thursday and Saturday at 1C noon. Confessions Saturday from 5 to 6 pm. and bv appointment._ “&t. ifflarB&ret’s 1820 Conn. Ave. N.W. REV. MALCOLM MARSHALL, Rector 7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion ond Sermon by the Rector. Thursday, 1 1 :00 a.m.—Holy Com munion. _ EPIPHANY 1317 G Street N.W. The Rev. Leland Stark The Rev. Richard William* 8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. 1 1 :00 a.m.—Holy Communion. The Rev. Leland Stork. 11:00 a.m.—Church School and Nursery. 6:00 p.m.—Young Adults Forum. 8:00 p.m.—Holy Communion. The Rev. Richard Williams. Daily Intercessory Prayers, 12:05 Noon. St. Thomas’ Church 18th Between P end Qua Near Dupont Circle. The Rev. Harold Bend Sadfwlck, Rector. World-Wide Communion Sunday. 8 A M. Holy Communion. 11A.M. Festival Service. Holy Communion ond Sermon. The Rector. 11 A M. Sunday School ond Nursery 8 P.M. Sunday Evening Club. ! Grace Church Georgetown 1041 Witconeiii Ave. N.W. REV. M. M. PERKINS, Rector S.OOa.m.—Holy Eucharist. 0:30 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion and Sermon Nursery 7:00 p.m.—Young People. ®rinttt> Cljurtf) Piney Branch Rd. it Dahlia St. N.W. RE/ ROBERT E. TRENBATH. Rector ft oo end 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion, p:30 a.m.—Church School.,_ ml mmnt* Chevy Chose Circle REV. C. W. LOWRY, D. Phil. (Oxen.) Rector. REV. GEORGE F. LeMOINI, Assistant. 7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion. 9:30a.m.—Church School. H :00 a m.—Holy Communion with Sermon by Chaplain Motthew R. Imrte, U. S. A. ' Nursery and Kindergarten at II. ST. JOHN'S Lafayette Square 8;00_Holy Communion. 9-30_Holy Communion. The Rev. C. Leslie Glenn. 1 i 00_Holy Communion. The Rev. C. Leslie Glenn. I 4;00—Service in French, j 7 -30—Evening Prayer. The Rev. R. W. Battenhouse. ) j .00—-Sunday School and Nursery. | Weekday Services: Mon., Tues., Thurs., Sat., noon, i Wed. and Fri. ot 7 :30 a.m. Thurs. (Healing Service), 12:30. All SohI’s Memorial Cathedral Ave., Just East af Conn. It Blks. North Wardman Park Hotel) Rev. Frank Blackwelder, Rector 8:30 a.m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 and 11:00 a.m.—Church Schools. 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion and Sermon. St. Columba's 42nd atid Albemarle fit*. N.W. (One Block West of Wiv Are.) REV C R MENGER8. 7:30 and 9:30 a.m —Holy Communion. 11:00 a m.—Holy Communion and Sermon ST. STEPHEN AND THE . INCARNATION 16th and Newton St(. N.W. REV. STUART F. GAST, Rector. JSerwces: 8, 9:30 ond 11 A M. TRANSFIGURATION 1415 Gallatin fit. N.W. REV J J. QUEALLY. Rector. Services, 8:00 A.M and 11*00 AM. 9:30 a*n.—Sunday School. 4>atnt ©atoib’s Macomb St. and Klinglt Rd. N.W. On Mteomb St. bet. MacArtbur Bled. and Lourhbero Road. The REV. ALBERT E. TAYLOR. Rooter S:on».m.—Holy Communion. S:.in«.m.—Church School. 11:(hi a.m.—Nurserv Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Mornin* Service or Holy Communion. 5:30 p.m. Young People’* Felloe ship. NORTHEAST SLJAMETcHURCH 222 Eirhth Street N.E. Carlines 40. 42. 92—Tel. AT. 1744 Sunday Masses: 7:30 and 11:00 Church School. 9:30 a.m Vesper*. 7:30 pm Daily Mass. 7 a.m.: Holy Hour. Thurs.. 8 p.m. Confessions, Sat . 7-9 p m. <£>ur £l>atriour 16th and trying Sts. N.E. REV. ALVIN LAMAR WILLS, Rector 7:30 a.m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion and Sermon Nurtery During 11 O Clock Service SOUTHEAST" ST. MARK'S (OB Capital Bill) Third and A Sts. S.E. Rev. Robert Johnston Plumb, Rc.'.o 8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion 9:30 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion and Sermon by the Rector. Thursday, 12 noon, Holy Communion IIBTItflTV 1340 Mass Arc. S.E. NA I If 111 7:30. 9:30. 11:00, Resurrection. 701 lsth N.E.; P.tR rGood Shepherd Members Welcome ) Rev. Enoch M. Thompson. Rector. Emmanuel Ansmatia 1301 Vee Street S.E. 8:00 a.m.—Holy Eucharist. 9:30 a.m.—Church School. Family Service 11:00 a.m.—Holy Eucharist and Sermon. Friday. 7:00 a.m—Holy Communion. Eattjrr Memorial Church of the Holy Communion 8201 NICHOLS AVE. S.E. The Rev. Berry B. Sipppiom. 8:00 a.m —Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m.—Church School 11 -00 a m —Holy Communion and Sermon 11:00 a m—Nursery and Kindergarten. "ST TIMOTHY’S Alabama Ave. and Suitland Rd. S.E. JOHN P. COLEMAN. Viear. 8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. 9 in a.m.—Upper Sunday School. 11 oo a.m.—Lower* Sunday School. j 11.00 a.m.—Holy Communion and Sermon Arlington, Vo. SAINT GEORGE’r North Nelson mnd Ninth Sts. REV. HEDLEX 1. WILLIAMS. Rector 8.00 ».m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m.—Service and Church School 11.00 a.m.—Holv Communion and Sermon 11:00 a.m.—Nursery Class. 7:00 p.m.—Young People's League. ALEXANDRIA, VA. _ parkfairfax-fairlington fet. Clement’s i 1701 Seminary Road, Alexandria, Va. 2 BlocksJvortta of Falrlinaton Center. REV DARBY WOOD BETTS, Rector. 8 00 a m.—Holv Communion. 8 45 a.m.—Children’s Church. Including Kindergarten. U OO a.m.—Holy Communion and Sermon The Rev. Dr. Albert T. Mollegen. Nursery During It A.M. Service Grace Episcopal Church 3001 Russell Road. Alexandria. Virginia. (Near Presidential Gardena) 8:00 a.m.—Holy Eucharist. 8:30 a.m.—Family Service and Sunday School. . _ 11:00 a.m.—Holv Eucharist and Sermon (Nursery). 7.00 p.m.—Yount People._ HYATTSVILLE PINKNEY MEMORIAL 12nd Ave. and Oelljtin St REV J. JAQL’ELIN AMBLER. Rector 8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. 0:30 a.m.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion._ &t lube s. Defense Hwt. 4 Edmonaion Kd. Bladenebnrt. Md. Rev. Claude S. Ridenour, Reefer. 8:00 a.m,—Holy Commumon. 9:30 a nr,—Church School 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. (SILVER SPRING, MD.) ASCENSION, 633 Sligo Avenue REV. W. ROBERT MIltER, Rector. 8:00 p.m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a.pi.—Church School. 11:00 a.m.—Church Hour Nursery. 11:00 a.m.—Holy Communion and Sermon MONTGOMERY COUNTY &>t. 3toljn’s Witcontin Avc. end Bradley Lone REV. W. F. CREIGHTON, Reefer 8:00 a.m.—Holy Communion. 9:30 a.m.—Upper School. 11:00 a.m.—Morning Prayer (Holy Com munion or First Sundey ol _Month). REDEEMER Moss. Ave. Ext., Fairway Hills, Md. Rev. Robert Evan* Browning, Vicar 8:00 a.m.—Hply Communion. 9:30 a.m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a.m—Holy Communion and Sermon.