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THE SUNDAY STAR, Washington, D. C.
SUNDAY. MARCH IS. 1952
Htttieilittg
BECKER, BERTHA. In loving memory of
our departed mother, and wife. BERTHA
BECKER, there will be an unveiling of
• monument at George Washington
Cemetery. Mt. Lebanon. Friendship Lodge
section. Riggs Rd. extended. Rabbi Harry
Silvertone officiating, at 3 p.m. today.
Relatives and friends invited. LEONORA
KATZMAN. SHELTON BECKER, and
MORRIS BECKER.
BRYAN MRS. SARAH F.—The unveiling
of a monument to SARAH F. BRYAN,
will take place on Sunday. March 19.
1952. at the Southeast Hebrew Congre
gation Cemetery at 12 noon. All friends
are invited. MRS. BENJAMIN MILLER.
SHAPIRO. MAX There will be an un
veiling of a monument to MAX SHAPIRO,
on Sunday. March 30. at 2 p.m. in Adas
Isieal Cemetery. Friends and family
il.vited. ROSE SHAPIRO AND FAMILY.
DORSEY. AGNES ALICE. The family of
the late AGNES ALICE DORSEY, wishes
to express its deep appreciation to the
friends and neighbors for the use of their
cars and cards, floral tributes.
THE FAMILY.
JOHNSON. REV. WM. E. The family of
the late Rev. WM. E. JOHNSON.
ashes to thank the Rev. and Mrs. Samuel
Courts and choir of the Rising State
Baptist Church, the Rev. L. C. Murray,
ti e Rev. Edgar Newton, the Rev. J. E.
Joel, and many friends and neighbors
for their kindness and use of their
ears at the time of* .
LEE. SARAH (LILLIE). The daughter of
the late SARAH (LILLIE) LEE. wishes
to express her deep appreciation and
sincere thanks to the relatives, friends,
neighbors and the Rev. Joseph Edwards
for the kindness extended upon the
passing of my beloved mother.
CLARA.
LEWIS, LUCILLE. The family of the late
LUCILLE LEWIS, wishes to express their
sincere thanks and deep appreciation to
the many friends and neighbors for the
messages of condolence, cards, gifts,
floral tributes, use of cars and contri
butions during their recent bereavement.
We would like to thank each one per
sonally but it is impossible to do so.
JEFFERSON LEWIS.
MeCLOSKY. NORINE C. The family of
the late NORINE C. MeCLOSKY. wishes
to thank the many friends and relatives
for their floral tributes and other kind
expressions of sympathy.
CHARLES B. MeCLOSKY AND FAMILY.
MOORE, EUGENE. To the friends and
neighbors of the late EUGENE MOORE.
1615 Riggs pi. n.w.. the family wishes to
Sank you for your flowers and cards.
RS SADIE MOORE AND FAMILY. *
NELSON. THURMAN EUGENE. PFC. The
family of the late PFC. THURMAN
EUGENE NELSON, wishes to express sin
cere thanks and appreciation to the rela
tives. neighbors, friends and employes
Os the Washington Terminal Co. for
messages of condolence, gifts, floral trib
utes and use of cars at the time of our
great sorrow.
THE NELSON AND PRESTON FAMILIES.
RECTOR. CARROLL. To friends, co-
Workers and neighbors of the late CAR
ROLL RECTOR 5814 L st.. Fairmont
Heights, his family wishes to express their
thanks during his illness and at the time
Os their sorrow.
MRS CARROLL RECTOR AND THE
FAMILY. •
WII LIAMS. GEORGE H. We wish to thank
ou- friends and relatives and members of
the Church of the Reformation for their
kind expressions of sympathy and beau
tiful floral tokens given at the death of
our husband and father. GEORGE K.
WILLIAMS.
HIS WIFE AND SON. •
WILLIAMS. GEORGE A. I wish to thank
my relatives, friends and neighbors for
thf many acts of kindness shown me
during the illness and passing of my
husband GEORGE A. WILLIAMS: also
for the cards, floral pieces and use of
C * r Hlß WIFE. LUCY B. WILLIAMS. •
(teh of StjattkH
ARRINGTON. CORPL. ELBERT. JR. I.
the mother, wish to express my sincere
thanks to the Victory Club of New Hope
Baptist Church, to the Queen Esther
Chapter. No. 1. O. E. S.. and to my many
friends and relatives for their cards, tele
grams and telephone calls at the time
Os the death of my son. Corpl. ELBERT
ARRINGTON. Jr., in Korea.
MRS. LUCILLE ARRINGTON. 16
Battik
ALLISON. CHARLES R. On Friday. March
14. 1952. CHARLES E. ALLISON, beloved
husband of Anna Estelle Allison (nee
Hildebrand) of 1722 Kilbourne pl„ Wash
ington. D. C. Funeral services are to be
held at H. Sander & Sons. North ave. and
Broadway. Baltimore. Md., on Monday.
March 17. at 2 p.m. Interment in Lou
don Park Cemetery. 17
APPLEBY. ANNIE dePRARIE. On Satur
day, March 15. 1952. at her residence.
2501 30th st. n.w.. ANNIE dePRARIE
APPLEBY, wife of Scott B. APPleby and
mother. of James Scott Appleby. She is
also survived by two grandchildren, Scott
B. Appleby. 111. and Virginia Appleby.
Friends may call at the above residence
after 2 p.m. Sunday, March Iff. Services
will be held at St. Margaret’s Episcopal
Church. Connecticut ave. and Bancroft
?il. n.w.. on Tuesday. March 18, at 3 P.m.
nterment Rock £reek--Cemetgry. 17
BALDWIN. THOMAS H. On Thursday.
March 13. 1952. at his residence, 3520
13th st. n.w.. THOMAS H. BALDWlN
beloved husband of Mabel V. Baldwin.
Also surviving are many friends. After
10 a m. Monday, March 17, friends are
Invited to call at his late residence.
Requiem mass will be offered for the
repose of his soul on Tuesday. March 18.
at 9 am., at Sacred Heart Catholic
Church. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. Arrangements by McQulre. Inc.
17
BALLINGER, JOHN D. On Saturday.
March 15, 1952. at his residence 9<)l
North Oakland st., Arlington, Va., JOHN
D. BALLINGER, beloved husband of May
Ballinger, father of Mrs. Ethel Clary, Mrs.
Helen Freschl and Mrs. Margaret Pell.
He also is survived by eight grandchil
dren and one great-grandchild. Friends
may call at the Ives Funeral Home. 2847
Wilson blvd., Arlington. Va., where fu
neral services will be held on Tuesday,
March 18. at 2 n.m. Interment Columbia
Gardens Cemetery. 17
BANKS. WILLIS. On Saturday. March IS.
1952. at his residence. WILLIS BANKS
of 315 10th at. s.e., beloved husband of
Mrs. Lizzie Banks, devoted father of
Mrs. Florence Brown, Murray, Cephas.
Louis and Luther Banks; other relatives
and many friends. After 4 D.m. Tuesday,
March 18. friends may call at the Rob
ert J. Mason Funeral Home, 2500 Nichols
ave. s .e. Funeral on Wednesday. March
19. at 1:30 p.m., from Bethlehem Baptist
Church, Nichols ave. and Howard rd. s.e..
the Rev. R. Benjamin Kirkland officiating.
Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. 18
BARRINGER. ARTHUR BENTON. On Fri
day, March 14. 1052. ARTHUR BENTON
BARRINGER, husband of the late Clara
Statts Barringer. Remains resting at the
Funeral Home of Money * King. Vienna,
Va. Services Sunday, March :6. at 2
p.m., at the Presbyterian Church. Vienna.
Va. Interment Flint Hill Cemetery, Oak
ton. Va. 16
BATTLE. JOSEPH (JOE). On Friday.
March 14. 1952, at his residence. 433 Elm
St. n.w., JOSEPH (JOE) BATTLE. He is
survived by four sisters, Mrs. Martha
Carroll, Mrs. Ethel Stokes. Mrs. Mary
Horn and Mrs. Lucille Talton; a host of
nieces and nephews and many friends.
Funeral Sunday. March 16. at 2 p.m.,
from Johnson & Jenkins’ Funeral Home.
2053 Georgia ave. n.w. Funeral and in
terment Rocky Mount. N. C. 16
BELL. CHARLES E. On Thursday. March
13. 1952. at nis residence, 6 Inverness
dr.. North Chevy Cunse, Md„ CHARLES E.
BELL, beloved nusband of Ada G. Bell,
father of Frederick V. Bell, brother of
Mrs. Earl Sims of Florida. Services at
the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901
14th st. n.w.. on Monday. March 17. at 2
p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
16
BETTS. EDWARD. On Friday. March 13,
1952. in Philadelphia. Pa.. EDWARD
BETTS, beloved husband of Hattie Betts. I
Funeral on Monday. March 17. at 2 p.m.,
at Good Hope Church. Colesville, Md.,
the Rev. Holland officiating. Services by
Robert L. Snowden.
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after 6. weekdays.
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BOWMAN, MARY E. On Thursday. March
13. 1952. at Oallinger Hospital. MARY E.
BOWMAN. She is survived by one cousin,
Frank Bowman: one godchild. Ruth
Brooks; devoted friend. Marshall Carter;
other relatives and many friends. Re
mains resting at her late residence. 1614
32d st. n.w., Monday. March 17. after
6 p.m. Funeral on Tuesday. March 18.
at 2 p.m.. from the Zion Methodist
Church. 1334 29th st. n.w., the Rev.
J. D. Foy officiating. Interment Wood
lawn Cemetery. Arrangements by the
R. N. Horton Co.. Morticians, 1322 U
st. n.w.
BRACKETT. GEORGE W. On Friday.
March 14. 1952. at Oallinger Hospital,
GEORGE W. BRACKETT of 1206 48th St.
n.e.. devoted husband of-Jennie Brackett.
He is also survived by three sons, two
daughters, twelve granchildren. two great
grandchildren. one sister, one brother and
man; relatives and friends. After 11 a.m.
Sunday. March 16. friends may call at
his late residence. Funeral on Monday.
March 17. at 1:30 p.m.. from the First
Baptist Church. Bheriff rd. and Whlt
ttngham pi. n.e., the Rev. A. J. Allen,
pastor. Relatives and friends Invited.
Interment Lincoln Cemetery. Arrange
ments by Henry S. Washington & Sons.
BRACKETT. GEORGE W. Officers and
A members of the Root of David
ll Lodge No. 5414 of the O. U. O.
VIE of O. F. are ordered to assemble
CIl at Odd Fellows Temple,- 9th and T
IST sts. n.w.. on Sunday. March 16.
ajj 1952. at 4 p.m.. to make ar-
V rangements for the funeral of our
late brother, P. N. S. GEORGE W.
BRACKETT. The funeral march on Mon
day. March 17. from First Baptist
Church. 44th and Whlttingbam pi. n.e.,
at 1 o’clock.
CORNELL THOMPSON. N. O.
LAURENCE GREENE. P. S.
CALLAHAN. JOHN JOSEPH. On Friday.
March 14. 1952. at Mount Alto Hospital.
JOHN JOSEPH CALLAHAN Os 3407 Dent
pi. n.w.. beloved son of the late Jeremiah
and Margaret Callahan, brother of Miss
Margaret C.. Richard O. and Lawrence
A. Callahan, all of Washington. D. C.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14tn st n.w.. on Tuesday.
March 18. at 9 a.m.: thence to the Holy
Trinity Catholic Church. 36th and O sts.
n.w.. where the holy sacrifice of the mass
will be offered at 9:30 a.m. for the repose
of his soul. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 17
? CANTER. ELIZABETH S. On Friday.
March 14. 1952. at her residence. Hughes
-0 ville. Md.. ELIZABETH 8. CANTER, be
loved wife ot Levine Canter, mother of
Mrs. Marie Bims of HughesvlUe, Md.; Mrs.
e Bell Estep. Maria Carrico of Charlotte
* Hall. Md.; Rev. W. L. Canter of CalUor
- nia. and Horatio Canter of Baltimore.
- Md. Friends may call at the Huntt &
5 Ryon Funeral Home. Waldorf. Md.. until
i 10 a.m. Monday. March 17. Services at
* Old Field Episcopal Church, HughesvlUe.
r Md., at 11 a.m. Interment church cem
etery. 16
CARRICO. LUCY TEMPLE. On Friday.'
" March 14. 1052. at her residence. 208
r East Hume ave.. Alexandria. Va.. LUCY
5 TEMPLE CARRICO, mother of Mri. J. C.
[ Bradfleld. Mrs. Violet Moriarty. Miss
1 Rena Carrico. Mrs. Charlotte L. Travis
r and Mr. E. C. Carrico, all of Alexandria,
Va. She also is survived by one brother.
Jerome B. Robinson of Washington, D.
t C. Funeral services Monday. March 17,
f at 2 p.m., at Cunningham's Funeral
r Home. 809 Cameron st.. Alexandria. Va.
■ Interment Bethel Cemetery. 16
CATOE. LEANER. Departed this life On
Friday. March 14. 1952. at her residence.
6107 Deanwood Park, Prince Georges
. County. Md.. LEANER CATOE. beloved
; wife of Thomas Catoe. devoted mother of
, Ray James Washington, beloved daughter
: of Riley Washington. She also leaves to
mourn her passing a devoted stepmother.
; Elsie Washington: one sister, Joanna
Danzy; three nieces, many nephews, a
host of other relatives and friends. Re
mains resting gt the John T. Rhlnes Fu
neral Home. 901 3d st. s.w. Notlee of
funeral later.
CHAPPELEAR. ANDREW L., JR. On Satur-
March 15. 1962, ANDREW L. CHAP
PELEAR, Jr., of 937 C st. n.w., father of
Marlon Chappelear, brother of Adrian
Chappelear. Remains at Chambers' Fu- ,
neral Home. 517 11th st. s.e., until Tues- 1
day. March 18. at 8:30 a.m. Services in
Arlington National Cemetery.
CHILDERS. ELIZABETH SCRUGGS, died
at her home. R. P. D. No. 3. bom in
Appomattox. Va.. September 7. 1872.
She was the daughter of the late Samuel
A. and Adeline Hammersley Scruggs,
widow of John Davis Childers. Survivors:
Melvin D.. John E.. Louis 8.. Bamuel N.
Childers of Roanoke; Bernard C. Childers 1
of Appomattox; Mrs. A. B. Hondell of
Washington. D. C.: Mrs. W. C. Ould of
Appomattox and Mrs. M. E. Blerly of
Nashville, Tenn. Funeral services wUI be
conducted from her home on Sunday
afternoon st 3 p.m. Burial In the family
, cemetery.
CBRISMAN. WILD A BABE. On Saturday.
March 16. 1952. at her residence. 7707
Carroll Takoma Park, Md.. WILDA
IfARE CHRISMAN. beloved mother of
Jay W. Chrisman and Mrs. Florence M.
Foreman. Friends may call at the Ta-
Jwmc Funeral Home. 254 Carroll st. n.w.
Notice of servieea later.
; CLARK, GERTRUDE (LUCY REED). On
1 Monday. March 10.. 1952. GERTRUDE
I CLARK (LUCY REED), devoted wife of
Oie late Elmer Clark, mother of Mrs.
Thelma Jordan. slsteT of Mrs. Lena Hoi
land and Walter Pryor. She also is sur
vived by six grandchildren, five nieces, one
uncle, other relatives and friends. Re
i mains may be viewed after 12 noon Sun
' 2? y ’ M . ,r . c . h 16 - »‘ Barnes & Matthews' !
Funeral Home. 614 4th St. s.w.. where
funeral services will be held Monday.
1 5?£ rch 1 Rev. Ernest R.
Gibson officiating. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. lg
CONRADIS. AGUBTA MINNIE. On Thurs
day. March 13. 1952. at the Masonic and
Eastern Star Home. 6000 New Hampshire
ave. n.e.. AGUSTA MINNIE CONRADIS.
sister of William and Lewis Conradls.
Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., on Monday.
March 17. at 1 p.m. Intermen: Rock
Creek Cemetery. ie
CONRADIS, Miss MINNIE E. The officers
K and members of Ruth Chap
'EXW ter. No. 1, o. B. S.. are re
quested to attend the funeral
sUSXs services lor our late sister,
W Miss MINNIE E. CONRADIS.
V Sunday. March 16. 1952, at
7:45 p.m., at the 8. H. Hines
Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th ot. n.w.
ISABEL L. LOUCKS, W. M.
A. MARGARET KNOTT. Secretary. 16
COX. BONNIE. On Saturday. March 15.
J 952. BONNIE COX, beloved wife of Guy
G. Cox. mother of Sid 8. and Bam 8.
Cox Funeral from the W. W. Deal Fu
neral Home, 4812 Georgia ave. n.w. No
tice of services later.
CUMMING. LOUISE V. On Thursday.
March 13. 1952. at the residence of her
daughter. 8518 14th ave.. Langley Park,
Md.. LOUISE V CUMMING (nee Brod- ;
erick). beloved mother of Mrs. Mary L.
Bahlnan. M's Edith V Gibson. Edward
A., Joseph P and Robert 8. Cummlng.
Funeral lrom 'ne Timothy Hanlon Fu
neral Home, 3831 Georgia ave. n.w.. on
Monday. March 17. at 9:IC a.m. Re
quiem mass at St. CamiUus' Catholic
Church, Carro l ave. extended. Takoma
Park. Md.. at 10 a.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery. (Jamaica. British West Indies,
papers please copy.) 16
CUBIC, OLA B. On Friday. March 14.
1952. OLA B. CUBIC, the beloved wife of
the late Phillip Spencer Cusic. mother of
Mrs. Pauline A. Chaney and Mrs. Gladys
M. Lloyd, sister of Mrs. Idm J. Lusby and
A. N. Loving. Funeral from her late
residence, 1339 S st. s.e., on Monday.
March 17, at 9:30 a.m.; thence to St.
Teresa s Catholic Church, where mass
will be offered at 10 a.ra. lor the repose
of her soul. Relatives and friends in- !
vlted. Interment rvdar Hill Cemetery. 16
DADE. REV. PHINEAS A. Departed this
life on Friday. March 14. 1962, after a
brief illness. Rev. PHINEAS A. DADE of
1526 6th st. n.w.. beloved brother of Mrs.
Martha Thomas of Vienna. Va.; Rodney.
Edward. Spencer. William and the Rev.
Lemuel C. Dade. He also leaves to mourn
i their loss many nieces, nephews and other
relatives and friends. Remains resting at
hts late residence after 5 p.m. Monday.:
March 17, J 952. where friends are in
vited to call until Wednesday, March 19.
at 12 noon: thence to the Turner Me
morial A. M. E. Church. 6th and I sts.
n.e.. where funeral services will be held
at 1 p.m.. the Rev. I. A. Miller officiating.
Interment Pleasant Grove, Va. 18
DAVIS, ANNA. On Thursday. March 13.
1952. in New York City, ANNA DAVIS.
Notice of funeral later. Arrangements by
Frazier’s Puneral Home. 16
DE NEAL. JOHN THOMAS. On Friday,
March 14. 1962. at his residence. 3914
Webster st.. Brentwood. Md.. JOHN
THOMAS DE NEAL, devoted husband of
Mrs. Willie A. De Neal, father of Mrs.
Sadie Washington, brother of lames and
Albert De Neal and Mrs. Mary Murray
of Aldle. *Va.; grandfather-of Irene Hob
son and Leans Washington. He also
leaves a host of other relatives and many
friends. Remains at his late residence
after 12 noon Sunday. March 16. Fu
neral services Monday. March 17. at 1
E m., at the Mount Airy Baptist Church.
st. between North Capitol and Ist sts.
n.w.. Rev. E. K. Tyler officiating. Rela
tives ajid friends Invited. Interment In
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrange
ments by W. Ernest Jarvis Co. 16* i
DRAPER. MARTIN F. On Friday. March
14. 1962. MARTIN F. DRAPER of 100(14
Southerland rd.. Silver Spring. Md..
grandfather of Richard h. Draper. Mr.
Draper rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey
Funeral Home. 6434 Georgia ave.. Silver
Spring. Md.. where prayers will be said
on Monday. March 17. at 9:30 a.m.;
thence to St. Bernadette’s Catholic
Church, where mass will be offered at 10
a.m. for the repose of his soul. Inter
ment Holy Cross Cemetery. Indianapolis.
Ind. 16
ELLIS. BENJAMIN F. On Friday. March
14. 1962. BENJAMIN F. ELLIS of 4317
North Pershing dr.. Arlington. Va.. be
loved husband of Clara C. Ellis, father of
Ann and Lynn Ellis and Mrs. A. W.
Hitchens of Corning. N. Y. Funeral
from the Barry Funeral. Okolona. Miss.,
on Monday. March 17. 16
ENGLAND. BLANCHE M. On Thursday.
March 13. 1952. at her home, in Lake
land. Fla., BLANCHE M. ENGLAND, be
loved wife of the late Howard G. Eng
land, mother of Mrs. Catherine H. Eberly
and Col. John Mitchell England. Re
mains resting at the colonial Funeral
Home of Robert A. Pumphrey, Rockville.
Md. Services at Christ Episcopal Church.
Rockville. Md., in Monday. March 17. at
2 p.m. Interment Rockville Union Cem
etery. 16
FENWICK. CURTIS E. On Thursday.
March 13. 1962. at Mount Alto Hoapital.
CURTIS E. FENWICK, beloved husband of
Lottie M. Fenwick, son of Frank B. and
Susie V. Fenwick, brother of Francis C.
and John Fenwick. Marjorie Clark. Kath
erine Howard and Louise Mflndeslre. He
also leaves a host of other relatives and
friends. Funeral services Tuesday, March
18. at 1:30 p.m.. at the Salem Baptist
Church, N at. between 9th and 10th sts.
n.w.. Rev. R. D. Orymes officiating. Rel
atives and friends Invited. Interment Ar-H
Ungton National Cemetery. Arrange
ments by w. Ernest Jarvis Co. 17*
Ibtttlfrf i
FISCHER. ROSE M. On Saturday, March
15, 1952, ROSE M. FISCHER of 3023
14th st. n.w.. Apt. 304. mother of Mrs.
Lillian Brewer and William Barr, and
grandmother of Irving W. Brewer and
Lillian Barr. Services at Chambers' Fu
neral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w., on
Tuesday. March 18. at 2:30 p.m. Inter
ment Prospect Hill Cemetery. 17
FISCHER. ROSE M. The officers and
« members of Goodwill Council
No. 15. Daughters of America,
are requested to attend funeral
services for our late Sister
ROSE M. FISCHER, on Sun
day. March 16. 1952. at 4
p.m.. at the Chambers Funeral
Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w.
MARGARET HENDERSON. Councilor.
ANNIE Ik NELSON, Recording Secy.
FREY, AMT. Suddenly, on Thursday,
March 13. 1052, at Prince Oeorges Hos
pital. Cheverly. Md., AMY FREY 'nee
(Walters), beloved sister of Clara A. Moore.
Friends may call at Gasch’s Funeral
Home. Hyattsville. Md . where services
wilt be held on Monday. March 17. at 9
a.m.; thence to St. Ambrose's Catholic
Church, Cheverly. Mi where mass will
be offered at 9:15 a.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery. 1 6
GOVER, LOUISE E. On Friday. March
14, 1952. LOUISE E. GOVER of 811 G
st. s.w.. mother of Mrs. Ruby Williams
and Mrs. Pearl Bresnahan. Remains at
Chambers’. Funeral Home. 617 11th st.
s.e., until Tuesday, March 18. at 9:30
a.m. Mass at St. Dominic's Catholic
Church. 6th and E sts. s.w., at 10 a.m.
GUILD. HARRIET L. Os 3012 R st. n.w..
on March 14, 1962. mother of Mrs.
Mabel Y. Day and Mrs. FYed W. Lawshe.
grandmother of Mrs. Edythe D. Uanyon.
Mrs. Sarah L. Kollar and Thomas G. Day
of Greensboro. N. C. Services at Cham
bers' Funeral Home, 517 11th st. s.e.. on
Monday, March 17, at 11:30 a.m. In
terment Washington National Cemetery.
16
HARVEY. WILLIAM L. On Saturday.
Mareh 15. 1952. at Prince Frederick Hos
pital. Md.. WILLIAM L. HARVEY, beloved
husband of Julia A. Harvey (nee Whelan)
of North Beach. Md., and brother of
Grace E. Lawless and George H. and
Ruth Reid Harvey. Friends may call at
Zlrkle's Funeral Home, 510 C st. n.e.,
after 12 p.m. Sunday. March 16, where
services will be held on Tuesday, March
18. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln
Cemetery 17
HEWLETT. HARRY W. On Friday. March
14, 1952. at his residence. 2820 O St.
n.w.. HARRY W. HEWLETT. He leaves
to mourn their loss two cousins. Mrs.
Annie E. Johnson and Mrs. Lena Walker;
two nephews, two nieces, a devoted friend.
Mrs. Amaaaa Neighbors, other relatives
and many friends. After 2 p.m. Sunday.
March 16. friends are Invited to call at
the Morrow tc Woodford Funeral Home.
1622 11th st. n.w., where services will be
held Tuesday, March 18. at 1 p.m.. Rev.
Charles Pryor officiating. 17
HEWELETTE, HARRY. Hiram Lodge No.
(B 4, F. A. and A. M., will hold
' fTS. a special communication
Kjs Tuesday. March 18, 1952, at
d/| ’V 11:30 a.m.. at the Masonic
jbSJLST Temple, 10th and U sts. n.w.,
for the purpose of attending
vF the funeral of our late
brother. HARRY HEWELETTE. Services
to be held at the Morrow St Wood
ford Funeral Home, 1622 11th st. n.w..
at 1 p.m.
JOHN I. GRIMES. W. M.
THEODORE A. BELL. Secretary. 17
IRBY. JANIE. On Thursday. March 13.
1952. at Freedmen’s Hospital. JANIE
IRBY of 786 Lamont st. n.w.. beloved
mother of Mrs. Ethel Porter, Mrs. Protest
Gough of Philadelphia. Pa.; Mrs. Ada
Frazier. William. Crosby and Northern
Irby; James and Leroy Irby of Philadel
phia. Pa.; sister of Osbla. James and Mc-
Kinley McMahon, and Mrs. Carrie Milli
gan of Fairfield. S. C. She also leaves
fifteen grandchildren, two great-grand
children and a host of other relatives and
friends. After 12 noon Sunday, March
16. friends may call at the W. Ernest
Jarvis Funeral Home. 1432 You st. n.w.
Funeral services Monday, March 17, at I
p.m.. at the Trinity A. M. E. Zion Church,
627 Park rd. n.w.. Rev. W. R. Jones of
ficiating. Relatives and friends Invited.
Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. 16*
KEMP, ALLAN. On Saturday. March 15.
1962, ALLAN KEMP of 9030 Rhode
Island ave.. Branchville, Md.. husband
of Mary L. Kemp (nee Bparshott). father
of Cecelia L. Upshaw, grandfather of
Bonnie Gale Upshaw. Services at Cham
bers’ Funerai Home. 5801 Cleveland ave.,
Riverdale. Md., on Tuesday. March 18.
at 11:30 a.m. Interment Glenwood Ceme
tery. 17
KENNEDY, WILLIE. On Friday. March
14. 1052. at Freedmen’s Hospital, WILLIE
KENNEDY. She is survived by two
grandsons, other relatives and many
friends. Remains resting at Horton's
Mortuary. 1322 U st. n.w.. where services
will be held on Monday. March 17. at
2:30 p.m. Interment Woodlawn Ceme
tery.
KOFFENBERGER. MARION. Os 115 11th
it. a.e.. on March 14. 1952. mother of
Mrs. Alice Pier. She also is survived by
six grandchildren and nine great-grand
children. Services at Chambers' Funeral
Home, 517 11th st. s.e., on Tuesday,
March 18. at 11:30 a.m. Interment Con
gressional Cemetery. 16
On Saturday. March 15,
1952. SELMA KOHNE of 4604 13th St.
n.w., wife of the late Richard Kohne.
Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home, 2901 14th st. n.w., on Tuesday.
March 18, at 2 p.m. Interment Soldiers
Home National Cemetery, Washington.
D. C. 17
LEWIS. MARGARET DARBY. On Saturday.
March 15, 1952. at Olney. Md., MAR
GARET DARBY LEWIS of 11 Fawsett
st.. Kensington. Md.. beloved wife of the
late Dr. William L. Lewis and sister of
Thomas C. Darby. Remains resting at
the Colonial Funeral Home of Robert A.
Pumphrey, Rockville, Md.. where serv
ices will be held on Tuesday. March 18.
at 2 p.m. Interment Monocacy Cemetery,
BeallsvlUe. Md. 17
MacDONALD, EARL A. Suddenly, on Wed
nesday. March 12. 1952, at Sibley Hos
pital, EARL A. MacDONALD of 6210 20th
nl.. West Hyattsville. Md., beloved hus
band of Norma A. MacDonald and father
of Ann K., Donald E. and John David
MacDonald. He also Is survived by a
brother. Paul 8. MacDonald of Baltimore.
Md. Services at Gasch's Puneral Home,
Hyattsville. Md.. on Monday, March 17,
at 8:30 a.m.; thence to St. John the
Baptlat De La Balle Catholic Church,
where mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Rel
atlvea and friends invited. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 16
MaeDONALD, EARL A. Members of the
8 E. C. Post. No. 65. the
American Legion, are re
quested to attend services for
our late comrade. EARL A.
jMf MacDONALD, to be held on
wßMttg Sunday. March 16. 1952. at
8:30 p.m.. by the National
Guard of Honor, at the Gasch Funerai
Home, Hyattsville. Md. 16
MARTIN. FREDERICK T. Suddenly, on
Thursday. March 13. 1952. at his resi
dence, 3702 43rd ave.. Cottage City. Md..
FREDERICK T. MARTIN, beloved husband
of the late Mary F. Martin «nd father of
Mrs. Nettle Steele, Frederick E.. .John T.
and Robert A. Martin. Priends may call
at Gasch's Funeral Home, Hyattsville,
Md., where services will be held on Mon
day. March 17. at 2 p.m. Relatives and
friends Invited. Interment Fort Lincoln
Cemetery. 16
MASSEY, JAMES RENNOLDS. On Tues
day. March 11. 1952, at Oakland. Calif..
JAMES RENNOLDS MASSEY, beloved
husband of Mrs. Nell Plymale Massey,
son of Mrs. J. G. Massey and brother of
Howard R. Massey. Funeral services will
be held at Hysons’s Funeral Home. 1300
N st. h.w., on Monda7. March 17, at 2
p.m. Relatives and friends are invited to
attend. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
16
MCDONALD. JAMES j. On Saturday.
March 15. 1952. JAMES / McDonald of
830 South Barton st.. Arlington. Va.,
beloved husband of Helen M. McDonald
(nee Hayes) and father of Miss Patricia
and James McDonald, brother of Miss
Margaret McDonald. Mrs. Mae O’Brien.
Mrs. Josephine Shellem. Frank and John
McDonald of Philadelphia, Pa„ and
Mrs. Irving Sanders of St. Petersburg.
Fla. Funeral from the W. E. Fitzgerald
Funeral Home. Arlington. Va., on Tuesday
March 18. at 9:30 am.: followed by
requiem mass at St. Thomas More
Church at 10 a.m. Interment Columbia
Gardens Cemetery. 17
MEALY. MARGARET C. On Tuesday.
March 11. 1952. MARGARET C. MEALY,
daughter of the late Aurelia Brown Brent,
cousin of Joseph Terry, Mrs. Susie Glas
coe. Mrs. Beulah Jones and Earl E. Stew
art. The late Mrs. Mealy may be viewed
at Stewart’s Funeral Home, 30 H st. n.e.,
after 12 noon Sunday, where services will
be held Monday. March 17. at 1 p in.
Interment Harmony Cemetery. Family
may be seen at 721 Uresham pi. n.w. 16
MERCER. ALLEN E. On Saturday. March
15. 1952. ALLEN E. MERCER of 1932
Ist st. n.w.. beloved husband of Ruth
Clarke Mercer. Other relatives also sur
vive. Remains resting at Robinson’s
Funeral Home, 1313 6th st. n.w. Notice
of funeral later.
MILLER. CLIFFORD LE ROY. On Wed
nesday. March 12, 1962. at Olenn Dale
Banitarium. CLIFFORD LE ROY MILLER
of 3220 17th st. n.w.. husband of Effle
May Miller, father of Mrs. Juanita Miller
Leplne. brother of Rupert and Robert
Miller of Wabash. Ind. Remains resting
at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home,
i 2901 14th st. n.w.. after 6 p.m. Friday
Services at the above funeral home on
Monday. March 17. at 8 a.m.: thence to
the Shrine of the Sacred Heart Catholic
Church. 16th st. and Park rd. n.w., where
the holy sacrifice of the mass will be of
fered at 8:30 a.m. for the repose of his
soul. Interment Arlington National Cem
etery. 15
MILLER. JOANN. On Saturday. March
15. 1962. JOANN MILLER of 604 Addi
son rd.. Seat Pleasant, Md.. daughter of
Thomas and Naomi Miller, sister of Mrs.
Margaret Colvin. Mrs. Louise Ewell.
Paul K.. Robert E.. Thomas W., James
Ronald and Barbara Miller. Services at
Chambers' Funeral Home, 617 11th st.
s.e.. on Tuesday, March 18. at 1 p.m.
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 17
MITCHELL, GEORGE. On Wednesday.
Mareh 12. 1952. at Freedmen’s Hospital,
GEORGE MITCHELL. He Is survived by
a devoted wife. Mrs. Maggie Mitchell;
one daughter, five brothers, one sister, one
grandchild, other relatives and many
friends. Remains resting at Horton's
Mortuary. 1322 U st. n.w.. where services
will be held on Monday. Mareh 17. at
12 noon, the Rev. Mack officiating.
Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
MURPHY. JAMES A. On Thursday. March
13. 1952. JAMES A. MURPHY of 1242
11th st. s.e., son of Mary C. Murphy,
brother of Melvin Murphy. Mrs. Mildred
Moye. Mrs. Regina Ward. Mrs. Alice
Montgomery and Mrs. Dorothy Zlck. Re
mains at Chamber’s Funeral Home. 517
11th st. s.e.. until Monday. March 17. at
1:30 p.m. Services and interment Arling
ton National Cemetery at 2 p.m.
O’BRIEN. RUTH N. On Thursday. March
13. 1952. at Oallinger Municipal Hospi
tal, RUTH N. O'BRIEN, wife of William
Henry O’Brien and mother of. Corpl.
James D. Lenars. Friends may call at
Oawier’s Chapel. 1756 Pennsylvania ave.
n.w.. where services will be held on Sun
day. March 16. at • p.m. Interment Bit
Four. W. Va.
I £balha
NALLS, MARY BERTHA. On Saturday.
March 16. 1952. at Georgetown Univer
sity Hospital. MARY BERTHA NALLS,
beloved sister of Mrs. Grace Dieter of
Washington. D. C.. and Mrs. Lillian
Lackeye of New York City. Remains rest
ing at Hysong's Funeral Home. 1300 N
st. n.w. Funeral services will be held at
10 a.m. on Tuesday. March 18. at
Ascension and St. ' Agnes Episcopal
Church. 12th and Massachusetts ave.
n.w. Relatives and friends Invited to
attend. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery.
17
PARKER, CARRIE E. Suddenly, on Wednes.
day, March 12, 1952. at her residence.
725 21st st. n.e.. CARRIE S. PARKER,
beloved wife of James Parker, mother of
Mrs. Corine Jackson. Mrs. Lillie Brown
and Mrs. Blanche Harris. She is also
survived by five grandchildren, other
relatives and friends. Remains resting at
Barnes St Matthews Funeral Home, 614
4th st. s.w. Notice of funeral later.
PERLEY. FRANK L. On Thursday. March
13. 1952, at Orlando, Fla.. FRANK L.
PERLEY of the Northumberland Apart
ments, father of Frank U. Perley of
Elizabeth. N. J.; brother oi Morrison W.
Perley. Remains resting at the 8. H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st.
n.w., after 12 noon on Sunday. March 16.
Services at the above funeral home on
Monday. March 17. at 11 a.m. Inter
ment Congressional Cemetery. Please
omit flowers. 16
POOLE, MAMIE L. On Friday. March 14.
1952. at the residence of her son. John
D. Poole. 705 Quincy st. n.e.. MAMIE L.
POOLE, beloved wife of the late Benja
min F. Poole, sr.: mother of Earle C., Ben
jamin F.. Jr., and John D. Poole; sister
of Mrs. Herbert Vinson. Leila E. Mossburg,
Paul R., Howard E. and Joseph H. Poole.
Funeral from Collins’ Funeral Home. 3821
14th st. n.w.. on Monday, March 17, at
9:30 a.m. Requiem mass at Holy Trinity
Church at 10 a.m. Interment Monocacy
Cemetery, BeallsvlUe, Md. 16
FYLEB, CAROL GIBSON. On Saturday.
March 15. 1962, CAROL GIBSON PYLES
of 3909 25th pi. n.e., beloved husband of
Agnes McLaughlin Pyles, son of Mrs. Ruth
O. Pyles and brother of Mrs. Thelma M.
Carll. Friends may call at Nalley's Fu
neral Home. 3200 Rhode Island ave.. at
Eastern ave. n.e. Funeral on Tuesday.
March 18, at 9:30 a.m.; thence to St.
Francis De Sales' Church, where mass will
be offered at 10 a.m. for the repose of his
soul. Relatives and friends Invited. In
terment Arlington National Cemetery. 17
ROBERTS, ANNA C. On Thursday. March
13, 1952. at Fort Lauderdale, Fla.. ANNA
C. ROBERTS, beloved wife of the late
Elmer H. Roberts, mother of Mrs. Charles
H. Gordon of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and
Ernest D. Roberts of Washington, D. C.
Remains resting at the 8. H. Hines Co.
Funeral Home, 2901 14th st. n.w., after 9
a.m. Monday. March' 17. Services at the
above funeral home on Tuesday, March
18. at 1 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln
Cemetery. 17
ROBERTS, CLEMENTINE A. The officers
w v and members of Columbia
Ww# Chapter No. 15. O. E. 8., are
JtsFk. requested to assemble at the
S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home
W on Monday. March 17. 1952,
» at 7:30 p.m.. for the purpose
of conducting the funeral services of our
late sister, CLEMENTINE A. ROBERTS.
SALLIE O. KELLY. Worthy Matron.
RUSSELL. JOHN MOSBY. On Priday.
March 14, 1952. at his residence. 5387
Allan rd., Westgate, Md.. JOHN MOSBY
RUSSELL, husband of Claire P. Russell
and father of John Mosby Russell, jr..
brother of Mrs. I. S. Keith Reeves and
uncle of Mrs. John Kent and Miss Vir
ginia Ogston of Westgate. Md. Friends
may call at his late residence where
prayers will be said on Tuesday. March
18, at 8:45 am.; thence to the Church
of the Anunctatlon. 39th st. and Massa
chusetts ave. n.w., where the holy sacri
fice of the mass will be offered at 9:30
a.m. for the repose of his soul. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. Please omit flowers.
Lynchburg, Va.. papers please copy. 17
SATTERFIELD. HARRY R. Os 1639 L st.
n.e., on March 14, 1952. father of Rob
ert Leroy Satterfield, grandfather of Eve
lyn L. and Doris. Services at Chambers’
Funeral Home. 617 11th st. s.e., on Mon
day. March 17, at 2:30 p.m. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 16
SAUNDERS, JAMES < PREACHER). On
Thursday. March 13. 1952. JAMES
(PREACHER) SAUNDERS, beloved hus
band of Mrs. Effle Saunders, father of
Caroline Royster and Temple Young. He
also leaves five brotners, two sisters, other
relatives and friends. Friends may call
at the W. Ernest Jarvis Funeral Church.
1432 You st. n.w.. after 11 a.m. Sunday.
March 16. Funeral services Monday,
March 17. at 2 P.m , at the above funeral
church. Relatives and friends invited
Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. 16*
SERGEANT. WILLIAM H. On Friday.
March 14, 1952. at his residence. 4314
Sheriff rd. n.e., WILLIAM H. SERGEANT,
beloved husband of Lena W. Bergeant. fa
ther of Clara W. and Furman H. Sergeant.
He also Is survived by a devoted sister.
Mrs. Emma Fisher, and many other rela
tlves and friends. After 4 p.m. Sunday.
March 16. friends may call at Henry S.
Washington «c Sons' Funeral Home. 4925
P e * n « » v «- n.e., where services will be
held Monday. March 17. at 1 p.m.. Rev.
James Marshall officiating. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Lincoln Me
morial ' Cemetery. ie
011 Thursday. March
I V 1962. RUBY SINGLETON of 2639
Pomeroy rd. s.e.. wife of William H.
Singleton, beloved daughter of Lillie Sin
gleton: devoted mother of Mary Jenkins,
sister of Mrs. Myra Ruth. Also surviving
a E e * i?/?2“ ,n ' la s’’ RalD!l Jenkins; three
grandchildren, three nieces, five nephews,
a grandmother, one aunt, five uncles and
2i h f. r rel f t i ves , »«<1 friends. Re
mains resting at her late residence after
1 P.m. Sunday. March 16. Funeral Mon
day, March 17. at the Way Back to
Petecostal Church. 945 R st. n.w.. Elder
Horace Temple officiating. Intelment in
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. Arrange
ments by Walter E. Hunter Co. 16
STEVENSON. WILLIAM HENRY. De
parted this life on Friday. March 14,
»?' IL . L , I , AM h ENRY STEVENSON of
1402 Montello ave. n.e.. beloved husband
of Mrs. Laura V. Stevenson, devoted
father of Miss Edith C. and W. Harold
Stevenson; brother of Miss Julia E.
Stevenson of Detroit. Mich. He also
leaves to mourn their lose other relatives
fi I .^f» ends .. Rem . alns resting at his late
residence after 4 p.m. Monday, March
in' <r&'2&. fu SS r * 1 v ae . r X lce * will) be held
o a , r , ch 18 ’ 1 Vm.. the
£ J*- 8. Holloman officiating. Inter
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery, 17
®TJNSON. DUDLEY A_ On Friday, March
J w^ lter Ree<l Hospital. DUD-
s E Yr,H»r?JJ NS< ?i N ’t brot her cf Mrs. Maud
8. Anderson and Joseph T. Stinson, both
of Washington, D. C., and Mrs. Ollle
Mi°nn °v N f?T York City: nephew of Mrs.
“bMl* Y. pickins of Washington, D. C.;
Arfin WiWm and John Pherson of
Arlington, Va. Services at the S. H.
n w eS n ir°»» Pu i iera L Home ’ 2901 14th st.
n.w., on Monday. March 17, at 1:30 p.m.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery
16
STRATTON. ROBERT H. Departed this
stbatt™ M .* rc b 14, 1952, ROBERT H
husband of the late Cath-
I 1 "* V. Stratton, father of Robert F.
“tratton Remains may be viewed Wed
yayhh?! 1! i. from , B a.m. to 10 a.m.,
! tt bl . e -Pn Tu ,r n er’s Funeral Home.
38th st. and Haverford ave.. Philadelphia
£?' funeral and Interment Thursday’,
March 20. in Philadelphia, Pa. 17*
STRONO.HARRYA. On Thursday, March
avonSn’ c a ? M J a “t’ tt*" harry a.
STRONG, beloved husband of Helen C
Strong, brother of Mrs. Edna M. Hinckley,'
*-?rl R. Strong of Washington, D. C..
Snd CHenn c . Strong of Miami, Fla.
Friends m*y call at the Lee Funeral
Home, 4th st. and Massachusetts ave.
n.e.. after noon Sunday, March 16 Serv
ices will be held on Tuesday, March 13, at
8 p.m. Interment private. is
STRONG, HARRY A. A special com
m, municatlon of East Gate
/A\ Lodge No. 34,-P. A. A. M.. is
- JbSV hereby called for the purpose
C/liVS 01 attending the funeral of
ourtate brother. Past Master
HARRY A. STRONG, on
- • „ „ Tuesday, March is, 1952, at
It S™ Masonic service to be conducted
Le * Funeral home. 4th st. and Massa-
ave. n.e., at 8 p.m. Remains:
resting at the Lee Funeral Home where I
ii.J“IV, b* viewed beginning Sunday.
March 16. at 5 p.m.
...MARTIN C. CRESSMAN, Master.
Attest. RALPH H. BRAUNER, Secy.
17
taylor. Isabella, on Saturday March
it' 326 A
th * beloved sister of Mrs. Jessie
Mrs. Margaret McArthur,
both of London, England; aunt of Mrs
M U rs en an £ friend of Mr. and
cal?' A _. D raper Friends may
at J he .. Lee Funeral Home. 4th and
».?f 8 u ave - where services
THn he r2» on M . ond «' March 17. at
1-30 p.m. Interment Congressional Ceme-
EOS A J. Suddenly, on Thurs
s°® A J - TAYLOR of 1131 6th st. n.e..
devoted mother of G. Roscoe Taylor,
beloved aunt of Mrs. Loutte Ooines,
grandaunt of Mrs. Virginia Ross and
*>«anor Bragg of Pittsburgh, Pa.
vrrP a ev °ted cousin,
Slaughter, other relatives and
{"buy f , r i en ? s .- After 4 p.m. Sunday.
f r . en , d ? may call at her late
ld *™s u, ntll U n 2 0n Tuesday, March
18. Funeral on Tuesday, March 18. at 1
h,® - 'r°nj the Third Baptist Church.
i d *»d 8 sts. nw„ the Rev. Oeorge
w=« oc .. k , °®c«ating. Interment Arlington
Cemetery. Arrangements by
Robert O. Mason Funeral Home, 2500
xvicnois ave. s.e. 17
TAYLOR* ROSA J. Officers and mem-
W -d ber* of Oethsemane Chapter
No. 3. O. E. 8., are re-
quested to attend the funeral
( AWn v of Sister ROSA J. TAYLOR
on Tuesday. March 18. 1952.
V at 1 p.m., at Third Baptist
* Church. sth and Q sts. n.w.
EQUILLA MASON. W. U.
SYLVESTER A. MASON, W. P.
KATIE W. TODD. Secretary.
THOMAS. CATHERINE J. On Friday.
March 14, 1962. CATHERINE J. THOMAS
of 2400 Hartford st. s.e.. beloved wife of
Roscoe O. Thomas, mother of Roscoe A.
and Theodore A. Thomas. Mrs. Catherine
Carroll. Misses La Verne. Charlotte and
Alice Thomas. She also is survived oy
other relatives and a host of friends.
Remains may be viewed after 12 noon
Sunday. March 16. at Barnes * Mat
thews Funeral Home. 614 4th st. s.w.
Funeral Monday. March 17. at 10 a.m..
from St. Cyprian s Catholic Church. I.lth
and C sts. s.e. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery. ie
T * AC *Y-R°SE MAE. On Saturday. March
16. 1952. at her residence. 905 E st. s.e..
ROSE MAE TRACEY, the beloved wife of
Joseph E. Tracey, mother of Joseph E..
Jr-. and Mae Tracey, and Mr*. Olyve Boy
den. and grandmother of Claire Anne.
Mary. Jude and Martha De Cicco, and
Kennon Boyden. Funeral from the above
residence on Tuesday. March 18. at 8:30
a.m. Requiem mass at flt. Peter’s Church
at 9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited.
Interment Arlington National Cemetery.
TURNER, JULIA 8. On Thursday. March
13. 1952, gt Physicians' Memorial Hos
pital. La Plata. Md.. JULIA S. TURNER,
beloved wife of William F. Turner, moth
er of Mrs. Marflen Jlguere, Mrs May
Thompson, Mrs. Rhode Welch of Wash
ington. D. C.; Benjamin O. and William
W. Turner of Charlotte Hall. Md.. and
Mrs. Maude Mattlngiey of Indian Head.
Md. Friends may call at the Huntt St
Ryon Funeral Home, Waldorf. Md., until
Sunday, March 16. at 1 p.m. Services
at Trinity Episcopal Church. Newport.
Md., at 2 p.m. Interment church ceme
tery.
WHITMER, CORA L. On Friday. March
14. 1053, Miss CORA L. WHITMER of
6605 sth st. n.w., beloved sister of Mrs.
J. W. Hite and Charles W. Whltmer of
Shenandoah Junction. W. Va., and aunt
of Mrs. Helen S. Thomas. After II a.m.
Sunday friends may call at the Takoma
Funeral Home, 254 Carroll st. n.w.. where
services will be held on Monday, March
17, at 2 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln
Cemetery. is
WOODARD. WILLIAM HENRY. On Fri
day, March 14. 1952, at Brooklyn. N. Y..
WILLIAM HENRY WOODARD, husband
of Carrie Ella Woodard and uncle of Dr.
Charles Thompson of Chicago. 111. Also
surviving ate other relatives end many
friends. After 7:30 p.m. Monday friends
are invited to call at the McGuire Fu
neral Home, 1820 9th st. n.w. Inter
ment st Harmony Cemetery Tuesday.
March 18, at 11 a.m 17
WRIGHT. MARSHA. On Friday, March.
14. 1952, MARSHA WRIGHT. 615 2d
st- n.w., mother of Curtis and James
Wright; sister of Mrs. Margaret Smith.
Misses Bessie and Martha Moseby and
Mr. Buck Mills. After 3 p.m. Monday.
March 17. friends may call at Carver
Memorial Funeral Home. 29-31 H st.
n.w. Funeral services will be held at
Ebanezer Church. Caroline County, Va.,
on Tuesday.'March 18. at 2 p.m. Inter
ment church cemtery. 17*
YOUNG, KATHERINE ANNE. On Thurs
day, March 13. 1952. at her residence,
3334 N St. n.W.. KATHERINE ANNE
YOUNG, daughter of the late George W.
and Mary Ellen Young, sister of Miss
Elizabeth T„ Florence A. and Wilfred E.
Young; Mrs. John E. Borland of Wash
ington, D. C., and Mrs. Edward J. Whelan
of Savannah. Ga. Prayers will be said
at the above residence cn Monday, March
17. at 8:45 a.m.; thence to Holy Trinity
Church, 36th and O sis. n.w.. where the
holy sacrifice of the mass will be of
fered at 9:16 a.m. for the repose of her
soul. Interment Holy Rood Cemetery. 16
lit Ufomortam
BAZEMORE. RUFUS. In sad but loving
memory of our dear husband. RUFUS
BAZEMORE. who left us one year ago,
March 16 1951
Ont year has passed since that sad day.
When the one we loved was called away.
Gor took you home, it was His will.
But in our hearts he liveth still.
DEVOTED WIFE, ETHEL BAZEMORE
AND CHILDREN. »
BLTGH MARGARET E. A tribute of love
and devotion to the memory of our be
loved mother, MARGARET E. BLIOH.
whr- passed away two years ago today.
March 16. 1950.
SONS. •
BROWN. JESSIE E. In loving remembrance
of my dear wife JESSIE E. BROWN, who
passed away one year ago today. March
16. 1951.
Oh. happy soul to win
The bitter fight.
With Joy to enter in
Heaven’s golden light.
Safe from pain and woe
To rest at last.
Where tears never flow
Earth's trails past!
DEVOTED . HUSBAND. SYLVESTER
BROWN. •
BROWN. ROBERTA SMART. In loving
memory of my devoted mother. ROBERTA
SMART BROWN, who died seven years
ago today March 16 1945.
As long as memory endures
Your loved one cannot die.
For memories grow sweeter still
As days and years go by.
SON. BOZIE. »
DAVIS. COLLETTE A. In loving remem
brance of my devoted mother. COLETTE
A. DAVIS, who passed away two years
age today. March 16. 1950.
Dear mother, you are not forgotten,
_ Though on earth you are no more;
Yet in memory you are with me.
As you always were before.
Never shall I cease to love you.
Never shall your memory fade;
The greatest love forever lingers
In my heart for you today.
YOUR LONESOME, DEVOTED DAUGH-
TER. MARY LOUISE. •
EDDY PVT. ROBERT S. In loving
memory of our dear son and
HE3=a brother. Pvt ROBERT S. EDDY.
E—a—l who was killed in action March
KSQSRa 16. 1945. at Strodt. Germany.
I whlle serving his country with
* , . the 60th Infantry Regiment, 9th
Division. Ist United States Army.
March brings sad memories ,
_ Os a loved one gone to rest;
You will never be forgotten
By the one who loved you best.
A face that is ever before us,
A voice we cannot forget:
A smile that will last forever.
In memory we can see him yet.
Sadly missed.
MOM. DAD AND SIS. •
EDDY, ROBERT S. In loving memory of
our dear grandson. ROBERT S.
B EDDY, who gave his life for
12559 his country in Germany, seven
years ago today. March 16. 1945.
You left a beautiful memory—
A sorrow too great to be told,
But to us who loved and lost you
Your memory will never grow old.
LOVING GRANDPARENTS. MR. AND
MRS S. C NOBLE. •
GREEN. WILLIAM H. AND MARY CATH
ERINE. In loving memory of our dear
father and father-in-law. WILLIAM H.
GREEN, who passed away twenty-one
years ago today, March 16. 1931. and
out dear mother and mother-in-law.
MARY CATHERINE, who passed away
eighteen years ago. March 12. 1934.
WILL AND MAME. ♦
GREEN WILLIAM H. In loving memory
of my dear father. WILLIAM H. GREEN,
who departed this life twenty years ago
today March 16. 19.31.
DAUGHTER MARGARET. •
KIRKPATRICK, LAURA LEE. In loving
mtmory of our dear mother. LAURA LEE
KIRKPATRICK, who passed away three
years ago today. March 16. 1949.
Day of sadness still comes over us,
Hidden tears so often flow.
Memories keep you always near us.
Though you left us three years ago.
DEVOTED CHILDREN. »
McDowell. Georgia anna, in loving
remembrance of our dear mother, GEOR
GIA ANNA McDOWELL, who passed away
twelve years ago. March 15, 1940.
Our hearts still ache with sadness
Our eyes shed many a tear.
God only knows how we miss you.
These twelve years.
DEVOTED CHILDREN AND GRAND
CHIT. DRBN
PEDIFORD. NANNIE L. A tribute of love
anil devotion to the memory of our be
loved wife and mother. NANNIE L. PEDI
FORD. who passed away five years ago
today March 16. 1947.
Flvi years have passed away.
Another sun has set:
And still we love and long for you.
How can we ever forget.
HER LOVING HUSBAND AND CHILDREN
RHODES, DORCY THOMAS. In loving
numory of my husband. DORCY THOMAS
RHODES, who passed away March 16.
1951
When living you always said to me
Your - love in my heart will never die
dear
And now the sweetness of your memory
Will linger forever in my heart.
No* even death can destroy that love.
May your soul rest in peace
And may perpetual light
Shine upon vou always.
ROBINSON ROSCOE G. A tribute of love
to the memory of our dear brother and
ur.cie ROSCOS G. ROBINSON, who left
us six years ago today. March 16. 1946.
Deep in our lives is a lonely spot.
Your bright face used to fill;
But naught can take your memory
that shines there and always will.
IDA ARCHIBALD AND MILDRED. *
SMITH LUCY A. AND WM. T. In sad but
levin j memory of our dear parents, LUCY
A. and T SMITH, who departed
1025 I 6 Pebruary J - and March 16.
The depths o, sorrow we cannot tell
-O' dear parents ate loved so well,
An i. w , hil ® they * lee » * Peaceful sleep
Tni/™i r * hall always keep.
L °VING CHILDREN. VERNIE. CHILDS.
ANDERSON. JENNIE SLAY-
V MARLOW 7 ” 1 ™ GRICE - AND EVELYN
JAMES. A token of love
wrn i*?S»«o t S.^JI. h H ßband and father.
EULA JAMES THOMAS, who left us four
years ago March 16. 1948.
Tb y e Odd gave me and then took away
. at ® eace 1" the isles of the blest.
t I JS sorrow when bitter tears flow
t know God. In His wisdom, knew best.
LOVING WIFE. CLARICE.
8c ™, e hi m .®*,L t i S , h i?/ d understand
--Why certain things must be
But there is a reason for it all
jond my power to see
LOVING DAUGHTER. NOVELLA. *
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R. LAWRENCE PLUMMER. JO. Maaaem
Mrs. Scott B. Appleby,
Wife of Financier,
Dies at Home Here
Mrs. Scott B. Appleby, 67. wife
of a prominent Washington finan
cier, died yesterday of a heart
attack at her home, 2501
Thirteenth street N.W.
Mrs. Appleby, the former Annie
de Prairie, was born in Richmond
Va. She had been a resident of
Washington for 35 years.
A descendent of George Wash
ington’s sister, Betty Washington
Lewis, Mrs. Appleby was a member
of the National Society of Colo
nial Dames of America in Virginia
and of Col. John Washington
Chapter, Daughters of the Ameri
can Revolution. She also was a
member of St. Margaret’s Episco
pal Church and of the Columbia
Country Club, and she served on
the ladies’ board of the House of
Mercy.
Mr. and Mrs. Appleby had re
cently returned here from Tucson,
Ariz., where they had spent the
winter.
Besides her husband. Mrs. Ap
pleby is survived by her son, James
Scott Appleby, and two grandchil
dren, Scott B. Appleby m, and
Virginia Stephens Appleby, who
live at 3900 Argyle terrace N.W.
Funeral services will be held at
3 p.m. Tuesday in St. Margaret's
Church. Burial will be In Rock
Creek Cemetery.
Philip William Barrick,
Retired Virginia Farmer
Philip William Barrick. 85, a
retired farmer of Edinburg, Va.,
died Friday after a long illness at
Winchester Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Barrick, who was an active
member of the Edinburg Odd Fel
lows Hall for more than 50 years,
alternated farming with brick and
stone mason work.
He is survived by his wife, the
former Lucy M. Fadley; six chil
dren, four grandchildren and five
great-grandchildren. Services will
be held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at
Columbia Furnace Union Church
at Edinburg. Burial will be in the
church cemetery.
Sir Maurice Peterson,
Veteran British Diplomat
By (he Associated Press
KINTBURY, Eng., Mar. 15.—Sir
Maurice Drummond Peterson,
63, veteran British diplomat who
served as ambassador to Russia
just after World War n, died
today.
Pipe-smoking Sir Maurice re
tired in 1949 after 36 years in
the foreign office. During that
time, he held posts in Washing
ton, Prague, Tokyo, Cairo. Madrid
and Moscow.
He wrote a book about his ex
periences in Soviet Russia during
1946-49 entitled “Both Sides of
the Curtain.”.
lit Iftpmoriam
WICKSTRAND. ERNEST. In tad but lov
ing memory of our dear husband and
father. ERNEST WICKSTRAND. who
passed away twelve years ago today,
March 16 1940.
It Is not the tears at the time that are
shed.
Which tell of the hearts that are
broken.
Qut thi silent tears in after years
And remembrance silently spoken.
God knows how much we miss him—
Never shall his memory fade.
A memory fond and sincerely true
For we’ll never forget you.
HI3 DEVOTED WIFE. CHILDREN. AND
GRANDCHILDREN. »
WRIGHT. - DOROTHY C. In fond memory
of m# loving niece. DOROTHY C.
WRIGHT, who entered eternal rest. March
16. 1947.
I shall see her some bright morning.
Resting by the waters fair;
There she will await my coming
In the Upper Garden there.
DEVOTED AUNT. CARRIE S. CYPRESS.
WRIGHT. DOROTHY C. In loving memoTy
of our daughter and sister. DOROTHY
C. WRIGHT, who passed away five years
ago today. March 16. 1947.
Her life is a beautiful memory.
Her absence a silent grief;
She sleeps in God's beautiful ggTden
In the sunshine of perfect peace.
Some day we hope to meet her
In this land so bright and fair
For Jesus our Saviour united us
His beautiful home to share.
Sadlv missed.
LOVING MOTHER. BE6SIE SINKFIELD.
BROTHERS WILLIAM AND SYLVES
TER TAYLOR. SISTER. THELMA
GREEN. *_
YANCEY. MATTHEW N. In loving remem
brance of our dear husband and father.
MATTHEW N. YANCEY, who passed away
fifteen years ago today. March 16. 1937.
Our thoughts of him will never fade
And tho the years have flown.
Hi' memory as the brightest star
Will always light our home.
HIS LOVING WIFE AND DAUGHTERS.
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Republican Official
•y the Associated Press
JOLIET, 111., Mar. 15.—Mrs.
June T. Hunt, 70, vice president
of the National Federation of
Republican Women’s Clubs, died
today in Silver Cross Hospital.
Mrs. Hunt collapsed earlier to
day after she left a political rally
in Peotone, HI.
A supporter of Senator Robert!
A. Taft, she was a candidate for
delegate to the Republican Na
tional Convention from the 15th
district. She lived in Aurora.
Auto Old Timers to Meet
The Washington Council of Au
tomobile Old Timers, Inc., will hold
a dinner at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow
at the Lafayette Hotel. Frank G.
Stewart, president, will preside.
The organization is composed of
persons who have been associated
with the automotive industry for
25 years or longer.
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