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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 2ft. 19ft4
With Regard to a
Card of Thanks
Very often a cord of thanki in
The Star meeti a need which fan
hardly be solved in any other way
Not only is it a gracious expression
of gratitude to those who have sent
floral tributes but also courteously
acknowledges the services and kind
nesses of the many to whom a per
sonal note of thanks cannot well be
mailed or whose names and ad
dresses are not known. Insertion of
a card of thanks may be arranged
by telephone to The Star. ST. 3-5000.
The Evening and Sunday Star
Htrottiittg
HAIPTSCHEIN. ROSE K. Friends and
.relatives of the late Mrs. ROSE K.
HAUPTSCHEIN are Invited to the un
veiling of a memorial Sunday. Novem
ber 28. 1954. at 1 p.m., at the Mount
Lebanon of the George Washington
Memorial Cemetery, located at Riggs
rd.. Prince Georges County, Md. 27*
(ftarb at uHjaitkfl
OLDFIELD. CAPT. ARTHUR C. We
wish to express our heartfelt thanks
lor the many floral pieces, cards, tele
grams and condolences at the death
of our husband, father and brother,
the late Capt. ARTHUR C. OLDFIELD.
THE OLDFIELD FAMILY.
3 pal ha
ALLEN. EDNA N. On Monday. Novem
ber ‘22. 1954. EDNA N. ALLEN of
25 52nd st. s.e.. beloved wife of
George H. Allen 'and sister of Mrs.
Theresa Perrez, Eloise and Naomi
Newman, Mrs. Gwendolyn Barnes.
Mrs Gertrude Rorie. John A.. Jr.:
Phillip and David Newman. Also
surviving are her nieces, nephews,
other relatives and many friends.
After 12 noon Thursday. November
25. friends are Invited to call at the
McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st.
n.w. Requiem mass will be cele
brated at St. Martin's Catholic
Church. North Capitol and T sts.. on
Friday, November 26. at 9 a.m. In
terment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 25
ALLEN. SAMUELLA. On Saturday. No
vember 20.. 1954, In D. C. General
Hospital, SAMUELLA ALLEN of 65
Randolph pi. n.w.. devoted wife of
Reginald F. Allen, daughter of David
Gray, stepdaughter of Victors Gray.
She also is survived by two sisters.
Mrs. Agnes Coats and Mrs. Ruth Jack
son: two brothers. Clifton and David
Gray. jr.. and other relatives and
many friends. Remains resting at the
Morrow & Woodford Funeral Home.
1622 11th st. n.w. After 2 p.m.
Thursday. November 25, friends are
Invited to call at the above-named
funeral home, where services will be
held on Friday. November 26. at 1
p.m. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. 25
ATKINS. CHARLES S. On Sunday. No
vember 21. 1054, CHARLES S. ATKINS
of 810 C st. s.e., devoted brother of
Miss Mary A. Atkins and of the late
David A. Atkins. He also is survived
by a sister-in-law, Mrs. Marion Atkins,
and other relatives and friends. Re
mains may be viewed at his late resi
dence after 4 p.m. Thursday. No
vember 25. where funeral will be held
on Friday. November 26, at 10 a.m.
Interment Harmony Cemetery. Ar
rangements by Barnes ft Matthews. 25
BARRON. EDWARD A. Suddenly, on
Tuesday, November 23, 1954. at his
residence. 230 Rhode Island ave. n.e.,
EDWARD A. BARRON, beloved hus
band of Alice E. Barron, father of
William C. and Harry A. Barror..
both of Baltimore. Md.: brother of
Ernest T. Barron of Martins Ferry.
Ohio, and Mrs. Mae Smith of Fairfax.
Va. He also is survived by two
grandchildren. Services at the 8. H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home, 2901 14th
st. n.w., on Friday. November 26, at
8 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Ceme
tery. 25
■ECKERT, CATHERINE. On Thursday,
November 25. 1954. at Prlnee Georges
Hospital. CATHERINE BECKERT Os
1511 Franklin st. n.e., sister of the late
Eva M. Beckert. Friends may call*at
the Lee Funeral Home. 4th and Mass,
ave. n.e.,>fter 10 a.m. Friday, Novem
ber 26. where services will be held on
Saturday. November 27, at 2:30 p.wl
Interment Congressional Cemetery. 26
BELT. MARY ANN. On Tuesday. No
vember 23. 1954, MARY ANN BELT
of 1401 Legation rd.. Hyattsvllle, Md..
wife of the late Samuel Henry Belt
of Baltimore. Md.; beloved mother of
Miss Mary Roberta Belt and Mrs. Ruth
Belt Matthews. She also is sur
vived by a son-in-law. Gordon R.
Matthews. Services at the S. H. Hines
Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st.
n.w.. on Saturday. November 27. at
11:30 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery, Baltimore, Md. 26
BENSON, JAMES C. On Tuesday, No
vember 23. 1954, at Bibley Hospital.
JAMES C. BENSON of 2322 41st st.
r,.w.. beloved husband of Nettle N.
Benson and brother of Mrs. Helen
Clonne of Cincinnati. Ohio. Funeral
services at the Taltavull Funeral Home,
3619 14th st. n.w., on Saturday. No
vember 27. at 10 a.m. Relatives and
friends invited. Interment Mount
Olivet Cemetery. 26
BERON. ROSE PARKS. On Wednesday.
November 24, 1954. at George Wash
ington Hospital, ROSE PARKS BERON
of 3101 Pennsylvania ave. s.e., bplnved
wife of William J. Beron. sister of Wil
liam A. Parks of Washington, D. C.;
Miss Mary J. Parks of Santa Barbara
Calif.: Mrs. Katherine P. Smith and
Mrs. Margaret P. Copenhaver of Wash
ington, D. C. Friends may call at the
Chevy Chase Funeral Home. 5103 Wis
consin ave. n.w. Notice of services later.
BLANCHETTE. LAURENTINE. On
Wednesday, November 24, 1904. at
Georgetown Hospital. LAURENTINE
BLANCHETTE of 719 Hamlin st. n.e..
beloved wife of Theodore D. Blan
chette. mother of A. Rodrigue Pa
quin. Funeral from the T. F. Costello
Funeral Home. 1722 North Capitol st..
on Friday. November 26. at 8:30 a.m.
Requiem mass at St. Anthony’s Church.
12th and Monroe sts. n.e.. at 9 a.m.
Relatives and friends Invited Inter
ment Woonsocket. R. I. Kindly omit
flowers.
BOSWORTH. MARY IDA. On Thurs
day. November 18. 1954. At her home,
855 Agate st., San Diego. Calif., IDA
MARY BOSWORTH. beloved mother
of Mrs. Joseph Olson. Mrs. John
Thatcher and Claude Bosworth of San
Diego, Calif.: Gifford Bosworth of
Bakersfield. Calif.: Earl Bosworth of
Chicago. 111.; Mrs. George Richards
of Drexel Hill. Pa., and Mrs. Edwin
F. Coyle of Sliver Spring. Md.. and
sister of Mrs. Bessie Beckert of Silver
Spring. Md. Mrs. Bosworth rests at
the Warner L. Pumphrey Funeral
Home. 8434 Georgia ave.. Sliver Spring.
Md.. where services will be held on
Friday. November 26, at 1 p.m. In
terment Glenwood Cemetery. 25
BOYLAN, SADIE. On Wednesday. No
vember 24. 1964. SADIE BOYLAN of
3739 12th st. n.e.. beloved sister of
Mol lie A. Boylan. Funeral from the
Collins' Funeral Home. 3821 14th
st. n.w., on Friday. November 26. at
9:30 a.m. Requiem mass at St. An
thony's Church at 10 a.m. Intennent
St. Bernard’s Cemetery, Concord, Mass,
lindly omit flowers.
BRANDES. ANNA H. B. On Tuesday.
November 23. 1954. at Leland Me
morial Hospital. ANNA H. B. BRANDES
of 1434 Chapin st. n.w. The late Miss
Brandes is survived by a number of
nieces, nephews, great-nieces and
great-nephews. Friends may call at
the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st and
Mass. ave. n.e.. where services will be
held on Friday. November 26. at 11
*,m. Interment Glenwood Cemetery.
BUTLER. WILLIAM E. On. Tuesday.
November 23, 1954, WILLIAM E. BUT
LER of 136 F st. s.e.. devoted son of
Mrs. Maggie A. Monroe. He also
leaves to mourn their loss one daugn
ter, Kathy E. Butler: one brother.
James A. Marbury: four sisters, Mrs.
Nadeline M. Smith. Mrs. Pauline A.
Wiikerson. Mrs. Dorothy Bezerly and
Mrs. Byltia Wilkinson: a devoted
friend. Miss Dorothy Watkins, and
many other relatives and friends.
After 5 p.m. Thursday. November 20,
fire late Mr. Butler may be viewed
At the residence of his sister. 210 L
at. s.w. Services on Friday. Novem
ber 26. at 12 noon, at the Morris A.
Carter At Co. Funeral Home. 300 H
at. n.w. Interment In Arlington Na
tional Cemetery.
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CALVEBLY. HATTIE W. On Friday.
November 19. 1954. at Bt. Peters
burg. Fls.. HATTIE W. CALVERLY.
beloved wife ot James J. Caiverly.
mother of Thelma W. EstiU of Phila
delphia. Pa . and Earl a. Watson of
St. Petersburg. Fla.: sister of Joseph
Anderson. Roy Morgan. Mamie C. Wil
son and Daisy Whall. Services at the
8 H. Hines Co Funeral Home. 2901
14th st. n.w.. on Friday. November
26. at 1 p.m. Interment Cedar HIU
Cemetery. 26
GARVER. HARRIETT E. On Wednes
day. November 24. 1954. at Garfield
Hospital. HARRIETT E. GARVER. be
loved daughter of H. V. B. Garrer and
alster of Laurance C. Oarver. Services
at the W. W. Deal Funeral Home.
4812 Georgia ave. n.w. Notice of
4812 Georgia ave. n.w. Funeral on
Saturday, November 27. at il a.m. In
terment Rock Creek Cemetery. 26
CLAY. BESSIE E. On Thursday. No
vember '25. 1954, BESSIE E. CLAY of
901 Rhode Island are. n.w. Notice
of funeral later.
CHERNAK, AUGUST. Os 6415 Coolldge
st.. Maryland Park. Md.. on Novem
ber 24. 1954. husband of Mary Cher
nak. father of Mary. Olga and John
Cheraak. Remains at Chambers’ Fu
neral Home. 517 nth st. s.e.. until
Saturday, November 27. at 9:30 a.m.
Prayers at St. Nicholas' Russian Or
thodox Church. 1768 Church st. n.w..
at 10 a.m. Interment Washington
National Cemetery.
CONNOLLY, ROSALIE LOCKLEY. Sud
denly on Saturday. November 20. 1954,
in- Freedmen’s Hospital. ROSALIE
LOCKLEY CONNOLLY of 3915 Kansas
ave. n.w.. devoted wife of Wilfred C.
Connolly and devoted daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. John Lockley. She also is
survived by two sisters. Kathryn
Lockley and Mary F. Medley: one
brother. Charles Martin, and other
relatives and many friends. After 12
noon Thursday. November 25. friends
are Invited to call at the above-named
residence. Funeral services on Friday.
November 26, at 1 p.m.. at the Lin
coln Temple Congregational enurch,
11th and R sts. n.w.. Rev. James
Somersille officiating. Interment Lin
coln Memorial Cemetery. Services by
Morrow ft Woodford.
Good-by. my darling.
MAMA.
I’ll always love you.
YOUR HUSBAND. 2S
COPE, CHARLES H. On Wednesday.
November 24. 1954. at Emergency Hos
pital. CHARLES H. COPE of 6005
Amherst ave., Springfield. Va.. be
loved husband of Cora Lee Cope, father
of Cora Lee Orndorff, brother ot Mrs.
F. C. Humphreys, Mrs. Annie Shep
pard, both of Pensacola. Fla., and
grandfather of Susan Orndorff. Friends
may call at the Lee Funeral Home.
4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.. where
services will be held on Saturday. No
vember 27. at 12:30 p.m. Interment
National Memorial Park. Falls Church.
Va. (Pensacola, Fla., papers Pleue
copy.) 26
COZZENS, MARY FRANCES. On Wed
nesday. November 24, 1954. at Ar
lington Hospital. .MARY FRANCES
COZZENS of 2040 North Vermont st..
Arlington. Va.. wife of the late Au-
Justa Cozzens. mother of Mrs. Sadie
. Lorz. Mrs. Mary F. Buscher. Mrs.
Eleanor V. Sauls. Mrs. Lillian L.
Brock. Mrs. Margaret E. Brandt. Mrs.
Doris C. Hall. Lawrence T. and Marlon
A. Cozzens and, sister of Mrs. Aua
Johnson. Douglas and Robert Harri
son. Friends may call at the Ives
Funeral Home. 2847 Wilson blvd., Ar
lington. Va„ from 9 a.m. Thursday.
November 25. until 2 P.m. Friday. No
vember 26. Funeral arrangements pri
vate. Kindly omit flowers.
CRAIN (CIANO), NICHOLAS. On Tues
day. November 23. 1954, NICHOLAS
CRAIN (CIANO) of 517 Kennedy st.
n.w.. beloved brother of Alphonso and
Frank Ciano, uncle of Phillip Ciano.
Funeral from the W. W. Deal Funeral
Home. 481‘2 Georgia ave. n.w., on
Saturday, November 27. at 8:30 a.m.
Requiem mass at Nativity Church at
9 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
26
CRONIN. THOMAS A. On Thursday.
November 25, 1954. at his residence.
4011 18th st. n.w.. THOMAS A.
CRONIN, beloved husband of Gertrude
Bean Cronin and father of Ann and
Catherine Cronin, brother of Robert
and Stephen Cronin and Mrs. Ann
Jones of Hartford. Conn. Notice of
funeral later. Arrangements by the
Taltavull Funeral Home.
DAVIS. MATTIE J. On Wednesday.
November 24, 1954. at her residence,
316 Tennessee ave. n.e., MATTIE J.
DAVIS, loving grandmother of Mrs.
Clauges R. Clinton. Lewis R. Battle.
Willie J. and Charlie Drafln. She
also leaves marly other relatives and
friends. Funeral and interment at
River Side. 8. C., on Sunday. Novem
ber 28. at 2 p.m. Arrangements by
the Campbell Funeral Home. 26*
DEARDORFF. GARNET W. On Wed
nesday, November 24. 1954. at his
home, 7133 sycamore ave.. Takoma
Park. Md., GARNET W. DEARDORFF.
beloved husband cf Rella M. Dear
dorff, father of Mrs. Geraldine D. Shus
key. Mrs. Hilda D. Baker and Q.
Eugene Deardorff. There also are
three sisters and one brother. Mr.
Deardorff rests at the Warner E. Pum
phrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia
ave.. Silver Spring. Md.. until 12
o'clock noon Friday. November 26.
Services and Interment Waynesboro,
Pa. 26
DE MARCO, ARTHUR. On Tuesday.
November 23. 1954. at Philadelphia
Naval Hospital. Philadelphia. Pa.,
ARTHUR DE MARCO of 3708 30th
ave., Hyattsville. Md.. beloved hus
band of the late Mary A. De Marco
and father of Rolph V. and Col. J.
A. De Marco, U. S. A. A. F., and Mrs.
Carmel Aman. He also is survived by
two grandchildren. Friends may call
at the Gasch Funeral Home, Hyatts
ville. Md. The holy sacrifice of the
mass will be offered for the repose
of his soul at St. Jerome's Cathoiio
Church. Hyattsvllle, Md.. on Friday.
November 26. at 11:30 a.m. Rela
tives and friends invited. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery.
DODSON. WILLIAM EVERETT. On
Wednesday, November 24. 1954, at his
residence, 213 South Courthouse rd..
Arlington. Va., WILLIAM EVERETT
DODSON, beloved brother of Carroll
and Harry G. Dodson, Mrs. Katherine
D. Sederline and Mrs. Josephine D.
Smith, all of Arlington County, Va.
Friends may call at the Ives Funeral
Home. 2847 Wilson blvd.. Arlington,
Va.. until 11 a.m. on Saturday. Novem
ber 27, then to Sperryville. Va.. where
fraveslde services will be held at 2 p m.
nterment Sperryville Cemetery. Sperry
ville. Va. 26
DOYLE. WILBUR VERNON. Os 2330
Gavlord dr., Suitland. Md.. on No
vember 23. 1954, husband of Alberta
R. Doyle, father of Ethel Viola Doyle,
brother of Mrs. Lura Brewer. Mrs.
Ben Vaughan. Mrs. Earl Kidd. Mrs.
Alfred Nestor, Miss Irene and Miss
Ollie Mae Doyle. Services at Cham
bers' Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.,
on Friday, November 26. at 2:30 p.m.
Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
EINSTEIN. EMANUEL. On Wednesday.
November 24, 1954, at his residence.
2021 Que st. n.w.. EMANUEL EIN
STEIN, beloved father of Mrs. Louise
Heumann and Dr. Hugo Einstein. Fu
neral services and Interment private'.
> (Danzansky funeral service.) 26
ENGEL, ANNA B. On Wednesday. No
vember 24. 1954. ANNA B. ENGEL of
4550 Connecticut ave. n.w.. beloved
wife of Arnold C. Engel, sr.: mother
of Arnold C. Engel, jr.; sister of Sister
Mary Maurella. Sacred Heart Convent.
Baltimore, Md.. and Harry J. Boose
of Hollywood, Calif. Friends are in
vited to call at the Bethesda-Chevy
Chase Funeral Home of Robert A. Pum
phrey, Bethesda. Md. Services on
Saturday. November 27, at the Shrine
of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Chevy
Chase Circle, where requiem mass
will be offered at 9:30 a.m. Inter
ment St. Mary’s Cemetery. 26
FRANKLIN. COL. CHARLES H.. U. S. A.
On Tuesday, November 23. 1954. at
Nashville. Tenn.. Col. CHARLES H.
FRANKLIN. U. S. A. (retired) of 3436
Brown st. n.w.. beloved husband „ of
idine Franklin. father of Mrs.
Charles A. Bolcher of Silver Spring.
Md.. and Mrs. John B. Kirkpatrick,
jr.. of Eustis. Fla.: brother of Mrs.
Walter Anderson of Gallatin. Tenn.
He also is survived by five grandchil
dren. Friends may call at the 8. H.
Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th
st. n.w.. after 4 p.m. Thursday. No
vember 25. Services at Fort Myer
Chapel. Fort Myer. Va.. on Friday.
November 26. at 3 p.m. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 25
FREELAND. GUSSIE. On Monday. No
vember 22. 1954. GUSSIE FREE
LAND of 5702 L st. n.e.. Fairmont
Heights, beloved mother of Mrs. Myrtle
Lewis. Mrs. Evelyn Gunn Noble. Theo
dore. Lloyd, Leonard. Elmer, Everett.
Bernard and Thomas Freeland. She
also is survived by twenty-seven grand
children and eight great-grandchil
dren. After 4 p.m. Thursday, Novem
ber 25. friends are Invited to call at
her above late residence. Funeral
services on Friday. November 28. at
the Patuxent A. M. E. Church. Hunt
ington. Md.. at 2 p.m. Burial church
cemetery. Arrangements by the Jarvis
Funeral Home.
GAINES. LAWRENCE. Suddenly, on
Saturday, November 20. 1954. LAW
rence Oalnes of 1163 3rd st. n.e..
beloved son of Mrs. Dorothy C. and
Charles F. Gaines. He also leaves
a brother, Bobby Gaines: two grand
mothers. a grandfather and many
ether relatives and friends. Friends
may call on Friday. November 26.
after 2 p.m., at the funeral home of
Alexander 8. Pope, 414 15th st. s.e..
where funeral services will be held
on Saturday. November 27. at 1 p.m.
Interment at Lincoln Memorial Ceme
tery. •
GARNER. MAMIE E. On Monday. No
vember 22. 1954. MAMIE E. GAINER
ot 524 10th st. n.e.. sister of Andrew
Fowler James. William and Walter
Garner. Also surviving are three
nieces. Mrs. Viola Scott. Miss Clara
Garner and Miss Ellen Miller: two
nephews. Dudley and William Garner:
other relatives and many friends.
After 12 noon Thursday. November
24. friends are invited to call at the
McGuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st.
n.w. Services at St. Luke's Episcopal
Church, loth and Church sts. n.w., on
Friday. November 26. at 12 noon.
Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
26
GOTTWALS. HOWARD 8. On Thursday,
November 25, 1954. at Garfield Hospital.
HOWARD 8. GOTtWALS of 2480 16th
■t. n.w.. beloved husband of Mary Oott
wals. father of Howard F. Gottwals. son
i ssxsss? mAteiiKS
Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w..
on Saturday. November 87, at lq a m.
Entombment sanctuary. Cedar Kill
Mausoleum. 86
J
■EEGER. LUDWIG W. At No. 19
Glenn st.. Suitland, Md.. on November
24, 1964. husband of Philomena M.
Heeger, father of Jerome P.. Lerov
J- and Edwin L. Heeger, Mrs. Lud
wlna V. Brown. Mrs. Rosemary Gafe
ano and Mrs. Rita A. Roberts, brother
of Mrs. Marie Bowdle. Joseph and
John Heeger. Prayers at Chambers'
Funeral Home. 617 11th a*, s.e.. on
Saturday, November 27. at 9:15 a.m.
Mass in Mount Calvary Church. FOr
estville. Md.. at 10 a.m. Interment
Cedar Hill. Cemetery. 26
HINES, SHADE. On Tuesday, Novem
ber S 3. 1054. SHADE HINRB of 1514
6th st. n.w.. beloved husband of Mrs.
Mary Hines and father ot Shade
Hines, ir. He alto is survived by
one brother. Lewis Hines of Wilson.
N. C.. and other relatives and friends.
Remains resting with L. E. Murray ft
Son. 1337 10th st. n.w. Funeral no
tice later. i 20*
JACQUES. LEWIS OLIVER. Suddenly.
lWw OLIVER** JACQUwf, ‘husband
of Edna Duncan Jacques, father of
Ralph L.. Clyde W.. Floyd Edward and
Willard Lee Jacques and Mrs. John A.
Westenhaver. brother of William and.
Lester Jacques. Services at the Birch
Funeral Home. 3034 M st. n.w., on
Saturday. November 27. at 11 a.m.
Interment Cedar. Hill Cemetery. 26
INABINETT. MARIE T. On Thursday,
November 25. 1954. at Providence Hos-
Pitai, MARIE T. INABINETT, beloved
wife of the late Daniel W. Inabinett. sr.:
mother of Daniel W.. Jr., and Airman
1-c James J. Inabinett. U. 8. A. F., and
Elisabeth M. Shanahan; sister of Mrs.
Helen Harvey of Charleston. S. C. She
also Is survived by four grandchildren.
Funeral from the James T. Ryan Fu
neral Home. 317 Pa. ave. s.e.. on Sat
urday. November 27. at 8:30 a.m. Re
oulem mass st St. Peter's Church at 9
a.m. Relatives and friends invited. In
terment in St. Lawrence Cemetery,
tetrment 1 n St. Lawrence Cemetery.
JACQUES. LEWIS OLIVER. Members
®of Local No. 77. Interna
tional Union of Operating
Engineers, are hereby noti
fied of the death of our late
brother. LEWIS OLIVER.
JACQUES, on Tuesday, No
vember 23. 1934. Friends
may call at the Birch Fu
neral Home. 3034 M st. n.w.. on Frl
day night. November 26. Funeral on
Saturday, November 27. at 11 a.m.
Interment at Cedar Hill Cemetery.
L. S. DOLPHIN. Rec. Secy. 26
JOHNSON, JACOB. Suddenly, on Tues
day, November 23. 1954. at his resi
dence, Rockvllble. Md.. JACOB JOHN
SON, beloved father of Clarence and
Augustus Johnson He also leaves
three grandchildren, two brothers,
John and William Johnson, and a
host of other relatives and friends.
After 12 noon Thursday. November
25. friends may call at the Snowden
Funeral Home. Rockville. Md. Funeral
services on Friday. November 26. at 2
0.m.. at St. Paul’s Church. Sugar
land, Md.. Rev. C. Awkward officiat
ing. Interment church cemetery. 25
JONES, THURMON B. On Wednesday.
November 24. 1954. THURMON B.
JONES of 3740 9th st. n.w.. devoted
husband of Emily M. Jones, father
of Thurmon 8., Jr.: Linda E.. Lolly.
Ellen and Robert Jones, brother of
Mrs. Marion Stark and Mrs. Aleen
Anderson. He also Is survived by
many other relatives and friends.
After 4 p.m. Friday. November 26,
friends may call at the Frazier Funeral
Home. 389 Rhode Island ave. n.w.,
where funeral services will be held
on Saturday. November 27. at 1 p.m.
Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
26
KELLY, MARY A. Suddenly, on Tues
day. November 23. 1964, at Sibley
Hospital. MARY A. KELLY (nee Mur
phy) of 3323 Chauncey pi. Mount
Rainier. Md., the beloved mother of
Joanne Marie. John Robert and Thomas
William Kelly, sister of James F.. John
A.. William A. and Ellen T. Murphy
and Mrs. Margaret Mulvihill. Funeral
from the Timothy Hanlon Funeral
Home. 3831 Georgia ave. n.w.. on
Saturday. November 27. at 8:30 a.m.
High requiem mass at St. Martin's
Church. North Capitol and T sts., at
9 a.m. Relatives and friends invited, i
Intement Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 26
KING, GLENN. Suddenly, on Wednes
day, November 24. 1954, at his resi
dence, 2411 Savannah st. s.e.. GLENN
KINO, husband of Sophie E. King,
stepfather of William H. Atkinson, son
of Mrs. Marian J. King of Wilming
ton. Ohio: brother of Lillie Belle
Chance. Friends may call at the
Lee Funeral Home. 4th st. and Mass,
ave. ne„ where services will be held
on Saturday. November 27. at 7:30
p.m. Interment private. 27
LEE, CARRIE. On Sunday, November
21. 1954. at her residence. 829 48th
at. n.e.. CARRIE LEE. beloved mother
of Elton Lee She also leaves to
mourn her passing three sisters, one
sister-in-law and many other rela
tives and friends. Remains resting
at the John T. Hhir.es ft Co. Funeral
Home. 901 3rd st. s.w., where friends
may call after 4 o.m. Thursday. No
vember 25. Funeral services on Fri
day. November 26, at 12 noon, at
the Church of the Lord Jesus Christ
of the Apostolic Faith. 1230 C at. n.e.,
Elder Raymond O. G. Hunter officiat
ing. Interment Florre, Va. 25
LEFTWICH, CHARLES ,F. On Tuesday.
! November 23. 1954. CHARLES F.
LEFTWICH of 1266 Morse st. n.e..
beloved husband of Flossie J. Left
wich. son of Barah and Hezekiah
Leftwieh. brother of James Leftwlch.
He also Is survived by six aunts,
three uncles and a host of other rela
tives and friends. The late Mr. Left
v.'ich may be viewed at the Btewarf
Funeral Home. 30 H »t. n.e.. after 12
noon' Sunday. November 28, where
services will be held on Monday, No
vember 20. at 1 D.m. Interment Ar
lington National Cemetery. 25.27.28
MAHANEY. WILLIAM F. On Tuesday.
November 23. 1954. at 5714 Chillum
Heights dr.. Chillum. Md.. WILLIAM
F. MAHANEY (retired fireman), be
loved husband of Margaret. E. Ma
haney. father of Charles E„ William
F„ Ir.: John M. and Joseph A. Ma
haney. Mrs. Dorothy Marks. Mrs. Elsie
Urciolo. Mrs. Mary Barron and Mrs.
Margaret Donohue: son of Mrs. Sally
Mahane;. brother of Capt. Michael J.
Mahaney. John and Raymond Maha
ney. Mrs. Mae O’Brien. Mrs. Sally
Farr and Mrs. Josephine Berry. He
also Is survived by eleven grandchil
dren. Funeral from the Takoma Fu
neral Home, 254 Carroll st. n.w.. on
Friday, November 26. at 9 a.m. Re-
Suiem mass at St. John the Baptist
ie La Salle Church at 9:30 a.m. In
terment George Washington Cemetery.
25
McEWEN, LYNDALL DUVALL. Sud
denly. on Wednesday. November 24.
1954. at her home. 8500 Cedar st..
Silver Spring. Md.. LYNDALL DUVALL
McEWEN, beloved wife of W. Elwood
McEwen and sister of Mrs. Mary D.
Schmidt. George T. Duvall of Wash
ington. D. C.. and Paul Frazier Duvall'
of Atlanta. Ga. Mrs. McEwen rests
at the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral
Home. 8434 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring,
Md. Notice of services later.
McKEE. GEORGE L. On Monday. No
vember 22, 1954, at his residence.
1321 M st. n.w.. GEORGE L. McKEE.
a cousin of Mrs. Maude Story. Mrs.
George Glover. Jack O'Connor and
Maurice O’Connor, all of Norfolk. Va.
Friends may call at the Lee Funeral
Home, 4th st. and Mass. ave. n.e.,
after 12 noon Friday, November 26.
where services will be held on Monday.
November 29. at 9:30 a.m. Inter
ment Aldington National Cemetery. 28
McKEE. GEORGE L. There will be a
©meeting of Printing Press
men’s Union, No. 1. on
Monday. November 29. 1954,
at 8:30 a.m.. at the union
office. 1003 K st. n.w.. to
attend the funeral of our
late brother. GEORGE L.
McKEE.
RAYMOND G. FREMEAU, President.
ROY DEAN, Secretary. 25,27
MILLS. FRANK L. On Saturday, No
vember 20, 1954. at Garfield Hospital.
FRANK L. MILLS of 3914 Clay pi.
n.e.. devoted husband of Zenobla R.
Mills, father of Frank L.. jr., and
Valiente George Mills. Also surviving
are other relatives and many friends.
After 3 p.m. Thursday. November 25.
friends may call at the Dovle a.
Brooks and Otis F. Allen Funeral
Home, 12th st. and Florida ave. n.w.
Funeral services on Friday. Novem
ber 26, at 1 p.m., at the Third Baptist
Church. sth and Que sts. n.w.. Rev.
George O. Bullock officiating. Inter
ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 25
MORGAN, EUGENE RODNEY. On
Tuesday. November 23. 1954. at his
home. 3118% Dumbarton ave. n.w.,
EUGENE RODNEY MORGAN, beloved
husband of Mabel Hill Morgan, father
of Mrs. Stephen Lipeskl of Worcester.
Mass.: Mrs. Lesley Parrish of Eaton
town, N. J.; Robert A. Morgan. United
States Coast Guard; Jack R. Morgan.
United States Air Corps, and Mrs.
Frederick Roe. He also is survived by
six grandchildren. Friends may call
at the Birch Funeral Home. 3034
M st. n.w.. where services will be held
on Friday, November 26, at 11 a.m.
Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
NELSON, OSCAR HERMAN. On Tues
day, November 23. 1964. OSCAR HER
MAN NELSON, beloved husband of
Theo Mary Nelson, father of Ethel N.
Palmer, Edward 0.. Herbert S. and
Theodore W. Nelson. Funeral services
at the W. W. Deal Funeral Home,
4812 Georgia ave. n.w.. on Friday.
November 26. at 2 P.m. Interment
Reck Creek Cemetery. 25
PERKINS. HANSON T. On Wednesday,
November 24, 1954. at Garfield Hospital.
HANSON T. PERKINS, JR., of 1917
Shepherd st. n.w., beloved son ot Dr.
Hanson T. and Julia Ann Perkins.
Friends may call at the S. H. Hines Co.
Funeral Horae, 2901 14th st. n.w.
Services at St. Albans Episcopal Church.
Wit. and Mass. aves. n.w., on Saturday.
November 27. at 2 p.m. 26
PERRIE, HOWARD M. On Tuesday.
November 23. 1954, at Garfield Hos
pital HOWARD M. PERRIE of West
wood. Md.. beloved husband of the
late Mattie Perrie. Friends are in
vited to call at the Ritchie Bros.
Fwuneral Home. Upper Marlboro. Md.
Funeral services will be held in St.
i Paul's Episcopal Church. Baden. Md..
on Friday. November 26. at II eJn..
with the Rev. Henry Heaton officiat
ing. Interment church cemetery. 25
PROCTOR. JAMES ALTON. On Tues
day. November 23, 1954, at his resi
dence. 7113 Allentown rd.. Camp
Springs. Md.. JAMES ALTON PROC
TOR. husband of Elizabeth Grace
Proctor, father of Joseph Vernon. John
Alton. William Leon. Mrs. Beulah C.
Harley. Mrs. Mary Hilda Harley. Eliza
beth Esther Proctor. Mrs. Rosa Isa
Walls and Margaret Theresa Proctor.
Also surviving are two sisters, five
brothers, twenty-nine grandchildren,
other relatives and friends. After 5
p.m. Thursday., November 85. friend*
may cal lat'his late residence, Re
quiem mate will be said at St. Mary's
rahgettients by Rollins. 85
Ikatfttf
RAMSEY. ROSALIE REID. On Tues
day. November 23. 1954. at Oarfleid
Hospital. ROSALIE REID RAM3ET of
6250 North 22nd rd., Arlington. Va..
beloved wife of Hanry E. Ramsey
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Reid
and sister of Mrs. Minnie Comtdter.
William T.. Charles M.. Cary A.. How
ard F., George W.. Stanley F., Ralph
R. Henry T. and Russell M. Reid of
Purcellvlue. Va. Friends may call at
the Lee Funeral Horae. 4th st. and
Mass, ave, n.e.. where services will
be held on Saturday, November 27.
at 11 a.m. Interment UpperviUe. Va.
26
RAMBEY. MRS. ROSALIE. Officers and
K. members of Bethlehem Chap
\iVW ter. No. 7. O. E. 8.. art
JpSW requested to assemble at the
Lee Funeral Home. 4th at.
Tv* 4 and Mass. ave. n.e.. at 8
VT p.m. Friday. November 26.
» 1054, for the purpose or
conducting funeral services for our late
SlStgr. Mrs. ROSALIE RAMSEY.
VIRGINIA 8. SERENE.
Acting Worthy Mstron.
ERNEST E. BOYDEN.
Worthy Patron.
MYRTLE L.. DAVIS. Secretary. 26
REESE, JOSEPHINE T. On Tuesday.
November 23, 1954. at Providence Hos
pital. JOSEPHINE‘t. BEEBE of 1612 H
st. s.e., beloved wife of the late Lewfi
8. Reese, mother of Mr*. Mary Lynn.
Mrs. Rose Lovelace, Lewis 8.. James
J. and Patrick H. Rees* and Mrs.
Josephine Shore of San Francisco.
Calif. Funeral from the James T.
Ryan Funeral Home. 317 Pa. av*.
on Friday. November 26. at 9:30
a.m. Requiem mass at th* Church
ot the Holy Comforter at 10 a.m.
Relatives and friends Invited. Inter
ment Holy Rood Cemetery. 25
ROACHE. WILLIAM T. Suddenly, on
Saturday. November 20. 1964. at his
residence. 1719 I4th st. n.w., WIL
LIAM T. ROACHE. son of Mollie
Roache and the late Thomas P. Roache.
devoted husband of Florins Roache
and father of william T.. Jr.: Arthur
S. Airman l/c Ronald and Marco
Roache. He also Is survived by four
sisters, Magdsllne Johnson. Alberta
Hale. Ines Archer and Josephine Goode:
a devoted mother-in-law. Edith Stew
art: two aunts. Birdie Churchill and
Benzetta Roache. an uncle, Arthur
Roache; a nephew. Andrew William
Johnson, jr.: two d*uchters-ln-law.
Ophelia J. Roache and Doris L. Roache:
two brothers-in-law. Andrew william
Johnson, sr., and Edward Archie.:
four grandchildrmen. other , rela
tives and many friends. After 6 p.m.
Friday. November 26, friends may call
at the Dovle O. Brooks and Otis F,
Allen Funeral Home. 12tb st. and
Florida ave. n.w. Funeral services
on Saturday. November 27. at 1 p.m..
at the Shiloh Baptist Church. 9th and
P sts. n.w.. Rev. Earl L. Harrison
officiating. Interment Lincoln Me
morial Cemetery. 26
ROGERS, LT. COL. WILBUR. U. S.
.ARMY. On Tuesday. November 23.
1954. at Walter Reed Hospital. Lt.
Col. WILBUR ROGERS, U. 8. Army
(retired), of Roanoke ave.. Takoma
Park. Md.. beloved husband of the
late Ruth E. Rogers and brother of
Mrs. Mary Scott. Miss Ida Rogers.
Miss Bessie A. Rogers and Clark
Rogers. Friends may call at the Ta
koma Funeral Home. 254 Carroll st.
n.w.. after 7 p.m. Thursday, Novem
ber 25. Services at the Walter Reed
Chapel on Friday. November 26. at 1
p.m. Interment private. 25
SMITH, ELIZABETH. On Wednesday.
November 24, 1954, atDoctors Hos
pital. ELIZABETH SMITH Os 1717
17th st. n.w. Friends may call at
the Chevy Chase Funeral Home. 5103
Wisconsin ave. n.w., where services
will be held on Friday. November 26.
at 11 a.m. Interment Fort Lincoln
Cemetery. 25
SMITH. RUTH ANNA. On Tuesday.
November 23. 1954. at Emergency
Hospital, RUTH ANNA BMITH of 1620
Fuller st. n.w.. beloved wife of the
late Frank D. Smith, mother of Bree
Smith. Mrs. Mary Walters. Mrs. Louise
Raguse and Charles W. Smith. Serv
ices at the s. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Friday.
November 26. at 2 o.m. Interment
Cedar Hill Cemetery. 25
SMITH, STELLA. On Wednesday. No
vember 24, 1954. at her residence,
3811 18th st. South. Arlington. Va..
STELLA SMITH, beloved wife of Mor
ris Smith and devoted mother of Mrs.
Rosamonde Meisel. She also is sur
vived by five sisters, Mrs. Helen Bayer,
Mrs. Celia Mound and the Misses Doro
thy. Sandra and Nellie Mantienbaum.
Funeral services and Interment New
York City, N. Y. (Danzansky Funeral
Service.)
BFEER, JAMES W. On Wednesday.
girifc November 24. 1954. at
JBsbsJia Washington. D. C.. JAMES
grsgsift W. SPEER, member of the
TICSJ# m Columbia Typographical
Afcjr# Union. No. 101. and the
u. S. Government Printing
Office Planning Chapel. Remains rest
ing at the Nalley Funeral Home. 3200
Rhode Island ave.. Mount Rainier.
Md.. until Friday. November 26. at
10 p.m. Interment Altoona, Pa.
JOSEPH Z. LINS, Secy.-Treas. 26
SUDLOW. JOHN W. On Monday. No
vember 22. 1954. at the Leland Me
morial Hospital. Riverdale. Md.. JOHN
W. SUDLOW of 3403 Varnura it..
Brentwood, Md., beloved husband of
Rubv R. Sudlow. father of Mrs. Elsl*
Carter and Louise Sudlow. He also
Is survived by a granddaughter. Pa
tricia Louise Carter, and two sisters,
Mrs. Ethel Battler and Mrs. Mabel
Walters. The late Mr. Sudlow rests
at the Gasch Funeral Home. Hyatts
ville. Md. Services at the Brentwood
Methodist Church. Brentwood. Md.. on
Friday. November 26. at 1 p.m. Rela
tives and friends lnvJted. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 25
SUDLOW. JOHN W. A special com
as municatlon of West Gate
/X\ Lodge. NO. 220. .A. F. ft A.
M.. Is hereby called for Fri-
Cwg _VO day. November 26. 1954, at
12 noon, at Star Hall. Mount
Rainier. Md.. for the purpose
V of conducting, by Courtesy.
Masonic luneral services for our late
brother. JOHN R. SUDLOW, member
of Temple Lodge, No. 199. Kansas
city. Mo. WILLIAM R. GWINN.
Worshipful Master.
HOWARD A. GOOD Secy. 25
TAYLOR. JAMES EDWARD. Os 612
6th st. s.w., on November 22. 1954.
father of Mrs. Douglass C. Keys and
James Edward Taylor, ir.: brother of
Mrs. Helen Mclntosh. Mrs. Mary J.
Harris, Mrs. Lilly Ballard and Ed
ward J. Taylor. Prayers at Chambers'
Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.. on
Friday. November 26. at 10:lo a.m.
Interment > Arlington National Ceme
tery.
TAYLOR. MARGARET. On Tuesday.
November 23. 1954. MARGARET TAY
LOR of 4210 29th st.. Mount Rainier.
Md., beloved wife of the late Frank
Taylor, mother of the late Lawrence
J. Taylor and mother-in-law of Mrs.
Isabelle M Taylor. Friends may call
at the Nalley Funeral Home. 3200
Rhode Island ave.. at Eastern ave.
n.e., where services will be held on
Friday. November 26, at 2 p.m. Rela
tives and friends Invited. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 25
WASHINGTON. ETTA. On Monday.
November 22, 1954. ETTA WASHING
TON of 1722 T st. n.w.. beloved wife
of William Washington, cousin of
Birdie Watts and Mary Washington
and Robert Goodiron. devoted sister
in-law of Sarah Conway. She also is
survived by other relatives and many
friends. After 4 p.m. Friday. Novem
ber 28. friends are Invited to call at
the Jarvis Funeral Church, 1432 You
st. n.w. Funeral services on Satur
day. November 27. at the Salem Bap
tist Church, 925 N st. n.w.. at 1
j p.m.. Rev. R. Douglas Grimes officiat
ing. Interment Woodlawn Cemetery.
26
WOOTTON, ALBERT. Suddenly, on
Wednesday. November 24. 1954. at
his home. 22 Wall st.. Rockville. Md.,
ALBERT WOOTTON. beloved husband
of Josephine D. Wootton. father of
Mrs. John H. Dawson. William E..
Emma V. and A. Dawson Wootton.
brother of Roland Wootton of Wash
ington. D. C., and Mrs. Thomas F.
Chiswell of Silver Spring, Md. Friends
are invited to call at the Colonial
Funeral Home of Robert A. Pumphrey,
Rockville, Md.. where services will be
held on Friday. November 26. at 2
p.m. Interment Monocacy Cemetery.
In lieu of flowers, contributions may
be made to the Cerebral Palsy School,
Silver Spring. Md.
lit fHmuriam
ASHBY. ALICE M. In laving memory
of our devoted sister. ALICE M.
ASHBY, who passed on seventeen years
ago today. November 25. 1937.
Deep in our hearts a memory is kept
Os one we loved and can never forget.
SISTERS AND BROTHERS.
Although life's sun for each must set.
I loved her so. I can never forget.
JANE. »
BRAXTON, BASIL A. In loving remem
brance of my husband. BASIL A.
BRAXTON, who passed away fifteen
years ago today. November 25. 1939.
The memory of some one dear
Is like a thing of gold
That never dulls or tarnishes
Or grows the least bit old.
YOUR LOVING WIPE. BEATRICE. *
BREMERMAN. CHARLES R. In sad
and loving remembrance of my dear
husband. CHARLES R. BREMERMAN.
who died eight vears ago today. No
vember 25. 1946.
Loved in life, remembered In death.
GRACE. _*__
BROWN, JAMES A. In loving memory
of my beloved .husband. JAMES A.
BROWN, who departed this Use No
vernber 25, 1963.
LOVINO WIFE. ELSIE P. BROWN.
COWELL. ELIZABETH MAY. In mem
ory of ELIZABETH MAY COWELL. Who
passed away November 25. 1936.
November brings sad memories
Os a loved one gone to rest;
She will never be forgotten
By the ones who loved her best.
MOTHER AND DAD. *
GREGORY. ELIZABETH. In memory
of our dear friend. ELIZABETH
GREGORY, who passed away eight
years ago today, November 25, 1946.
Life Is like a river
And death is not the end:
But there is a lovelier and cleAr view
Beyond the river bend.
FRIENDS. MARIE C. JACKSON, MARY
F. TURNER. •
GREGORY. ELIZABETH C. In sacred
memory of our dear mother and grand
mother. ELIZABETH C. GREGORY,
who left us eight years ago today.
November 85. 1946.
Ufa I* a stairstep of memory
Os one so kind and true. .
AM As we tread these step* of Ufa
i of roii. t
Albert Wootton Dies;
Family Prominent in
Montgomery County
Albert Wootton, 72, whose
family was prominent In estab
lishing Montgomery County, died
yesterday at his home, 22 Wall
street, Rockville, Md.
Mr. Wootton was bom In
Poolesville, Md., the son of Dr.
and Mrs. Edward T. Wootton.
His father was Stats Senator
from Montgomery County in
1900. He was a descendant of
Thomas Sprlgg Wootton who
took the bills to the Maryland
Legislature to establish Mont
gomery County, which was then
a part of Frederick County.
Mr. Wootton was said to have
owned the largest general mer
chandise store In Montgomery
County until Are destroyed the
Poolesville store in 1923. The
following year he came to Rock
ville to live and worked in the
county treasurer’s office. He
retired about eight years ago.
Survivors are his widow, Mrs.
Josephine Dawson Wootton; two
sons, William E., Bethesda; A.
Dawson, Hi-Wood drive. Rock
ville; two daughters, Miss Emma
Wootton and Mrs. John H. Daw
son, both of the Wall street ad
dress; a sister, Mrs. Thomas F.
Chiswell, Silver Spring; a
brother Roland, 2929 Macomb
street N.W., and two grand
children, John H. Dawson, jr.,
and Martha Jo Wootton.
Services will be held at 2 p.m.
tomorrow at Robert Pumphrey’s
funeral home in Rockville.
Burial will be in Monocacy
Cemetery. Beallsville, Md. The
family requests that tokens of
sympathy be contributed to the
Cerebral Palsy School, Silver
Spring, Md.
Israel Amter, Composer
And Communist Leader
By tha Auociated Pratt
NEW YORK, Nov. 25.—Israel
Amter, 73, a long-time Com
munist Party leader, died yes
terday at Columbus Hospital of
Parkinson’s disease.
Mr. Amter, a pianist-composer
who wrote at least one sym
phony, joined the Communist
Party as a charter member when
it was founded here in 1919, and
subsequently held a number of
posts including national com
mittee member and State chair
man in Ohio and New York.
He was bom in Denver. Be
fore Joining the Communists he
was a Socialist.
Survivors include his widow,
; a son and daughter.
Gen. Georges Blanchard
PARIS, Nov. 25 (JF).— Gen.
Georges Blanchard, 77, com
mander of the French army In
Flanders during the 1940 battle
of Dunkirk, died Monday at his
home in Neuilly, his family an
nounced yesterday.
Branch Rescue Service
SACRAMENTO. Calif. UP).—A
tree overhanging the Sacramento
River saved a would-be suicide
from drowning. A branch snag
ged the man’s sweater and held
his head above water until
rescuers arrived.
Russell Hibbs
SYLVIA, Kans., Nov. 25 UP).—
Russell Hibbs, 82, father of Ben
Hibbs, editor of the Saturday
Evening Post, died Tuesday night
in a Stafford (Kans.) hospital.
Itt Urmoriam
HUGHES, MARTIN J. A tribute of love
to the memory of my beloved hus
band. MARTIN J. HUGHES, who left
me one year ago today. November
25. 1953.
God took you from me. Martin.
It was so hard to bear.
So I left it all with Jesus.
Who understands and cares.
YOUR LOVINO WIFE, ETHEL. •
JOHNSON, ANNIE. Sacred to the mem
ory of our devoted mother. ANNIE
JOHNSON, who passed to the great
he.vond thirty-three vears ago today.
November 23. 1921.
May her soul rest In Deace.
DEVOTED DAUGHTERS. *
JONES, MRS. HATTIE. In loving mem
ory of our dear mother and wife.
Mrs. HATTIE JONES, who departed
this life twenty -years ago today, No
vember 25. 1034.
Sleep on, dear, good mother.
It has been long years since you left
our hearts
Filled with sadness and tears.
Your* was a heart that was blithesome
and gay.
Scattering sunshine all along the way.
You know how we loved you,
_And, yes. love you yet:
Though God took you from us.
We cannot forget.
HUSBAND. WILLINGTON JONES:
DAUGHTERS, MISS LORETTA
JONES. MRS. LENA PALMER.
LitE, ELLA C\ In loving memory of
our dear aunt. ELLA C. LEE. who
passed away six years ago today, No
vember 25. 1948.
We who. have known and loved her
Will cherish her memory always.
ALPHONZO AND MARY. *
LOWE. ROSANNA L. In loving memory
of our dear mother. ROSANNA L.
LOWE, who passed away seven vears
ago today. November 25. 1947.
We want to know the road you took
So we can take lt. too.
Ana you can meet us part of the way.
And we’ll go back with you.
ELSIE. MYRTLE. NAOMI. •_
MUNDARAY. ELI.EN MARIE. In lov
ing memory of my dear niece. ELLEN
MARIE MUNDARAY. who passed away
twelve years ago today. November 25.
1942, to Join her grandmother and
mv beloved mother.
Your face Is ever before me.
Your voice I cannot forget:
Your smile will last forever,
In memory I see vou yet.
The toy you gave m* for sixteen years
Will never from me depart:
Though you have gone beyond my
reach.
You will always be in my heart.
Some day I hope to meet you, dear
niece.
That day I know not when:
But I am waiting patiently for the
time
When we shall never part again.
YOUR DEVOTED AUNT. EUDORA H.
JOHNSON WINTERS. *
REINBURG, JOHN 5. In' tender and
levins memory of my dear husband.
JOHN S. REINBURG, who departed
this life six yearg ago today. Novem
ber 25. 1948.
The memory of our happy years
are my most cherished thoughts.
DEVOTED WIFE. MAE. •
SMALLWOOD. ALFRED. A tribute of
love and devotion to the memory ot
my dear husband, ALFRED SMALL
WOOD. who departed this Use ten
years ago today. November 25, 1944.
Just a loving thought.
Just .a silent tear.
Just a beautiful memory
Os one 1 loved so dear.
DEVOTED WIFE. MABEL EDMONDS
SMALLWOOD. •
THOMAS. EUGENIA V. A sacred and
sincere tribute of love to the memory
of our mother. EUGENIA V. THOMAS,
who entered Into eternal rest three
years ago today. November 25. 1951.
Resting in the loving Ood.
WHITE. ALTON F. In loving memory
g “dlp.^ er th^ T i?r.
eighteen years ago. November 25. 1986.
Loving memories never die
As veers roil on a&d daye pasa by:
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OSCAR H. NELSON.
Oscar H. Nelson, 69,
Employe 47 Years for
Geological Survey
Oscar H. Nelson, 69, carto
graphic technician with the Geo
logical Survey and a past presi
dent of the Washington Society
of Engineers, died Tuesday in
Mount Alto Hospital. He lived at
Oxford street and Columbia pike,
Annandale, Va.
Mr. Nelson had worked for
47 years with the Geological Sur
vey. He began work with the
survey in '1906 as a levelman
and traverseman at Leavenworth,
Kans., and later was a topo
graphic engineer. At one time
he was chief of the cartographic
section, specializing on State
base maps and the international
map of the world.
He had made topographic
maps in Oregon and all the
States of the central region and
was in charge of all the work
in the Great Lakes section. He
was transferred to Washington
in 1942 as senior cartographic
engineer.
His home was at 4025 New
Hampshire avenue N.W. from
1917 until 1950, when he moved
to Virginia.
Mr. Nelson was born in
Stoughton, Wis., and got his
bachelor of science degree in
civil engineering from the Uni
versity of Wisconsin. During
World War I, he was a lieuten
ant in the 29th Engineers and
with the 2d Army Corps in
France.* During World War 11,
he was active in the Victory
Garden program.
Survivors are his widow, Theo
Mary; a daughter, Mrs. John L.
Palmer, Arlington, Va.; three
sons, Theodore W., Annandale,
Va.; Edward 0., Fresno, Calif.;
Herbert S., Fairfax, Va.; two sis
ters, Mrs. William H. Mattison,
and Miss Amanda Nelson, and a
brother, Emil Nelson, all of
Stoughton, and seven grand
children.
Services will be at 2 p.m. to
morrow in Deal’s funeral home,
4812 Georgia avenue N.W. Burial
will be in Rock Creek Cemetery.
Ralph L. Millett, 76,
Tennessee Editor
By tha Atsociated P,*m
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Nov. 25.
Ralph L. Millett, associate ed
itor of the Memphis Press-
Scimitar for 24 years, died yes
terday after a stroke. He was
76.
Mr. Millet came to Memphis
in 1916 as editor of the Mem
phis Press. In 1920 he bacame
managing editor of the Mem
phis News-Scimitar. Four years
later he was named political
editor of the Press-Scimitar and
then associate editor.
Before coming here, Mr. Mil
let was editor of the Dallas Dis
patch and worked as a reporter
in Fort Worth, Tex., and in
Lewiston, Augusta and Gardi
ner, Me.
He was born September 1,
1878, at West Minot, Me., and
was educated at Bates College.
Survivors include his widow;
a son, Ralph L. Millet, jr., news
editor ,of the Knoxville News-
Sentinel; three daughters and
two sisters.
Don L. West, Was Editor
On Spartanburg Papers
By (ha Anociatad Pratt
SPARTANBURG, S. C.. Nov.
125. —Don L. West, Spartanburg
newspaperman for many years,
died yesterday at a hospital here.
He had suffered a heart attack
Monday night.
Mr. West was a native of
Spartanburg County and a 1925
graduate of Wofford College here.
He taught for a year in the
Parker district schools at Green
ville, S. C., and then entered the
newspaper field. He worked at
Charleston, S. C.; Asheville, N.
C.; Bridgeport, Conn., and John
son City, Tenn., before returning
to Spartanburg.
He* had served as managing
editor of the Spartanburg Herald
I and later the Journal. During
the late World War n years he
was executive editor of both
papers.
Surviving are his widow and
a daughter.
; 500 Attend Burial Rises
For lowa Gov. Beardsley
By tha Aasaciama Prau
NEW VIRGINIA. lowa, Nov.
25.—Gov. William Shane Beard
sley was buried in a country
cemetery near this, his home
town, yesterday.
Interment followed brief rites
in the tidy New Virginia Meth
odist Church, of which he was a
member before he was inaugu
rated in 1949 for the first- of
three consecutive terms
The services were attended by
about 500 persons. They included
State government officials, • the
Governor’s associates and friends.
Mrs. Beardsley, who was in
jured seriously in the traffic ac
cident near Des Moines Sunday
night in which the Governor was
killed, was unable to attend the
services.
Among those who, paid their
last respects to the Governor
here was Gov. Robert Crosby of
Nebraska.
Retired Lt Col. Wilbur Rogers;
Won Long Fight to Clear Name
Army Lt. Col. Wilbur Rogers,
69, who disobeyed orders and
probably saved the lives of hun
dreds of American soldiers
during World War I, died Tues
day in Walter Reed Hospital.
He lived at 8206 Roanoke ave
nue, Takoma Park, Md.
Col. ftogers was with the 320th
Field Artillery at St. Mihiel,
France, in August, 1918, when
he received a barrage order
which “very likely” would have
resulted in his artillery regiment
pouring a concentrated fire into
the backs of more than 10,000
American Infantrymen. Because
of his disobedience of the order,
charges were preferred against
him and he was placed in Class
B, the status of those officers
deemed unfit to hold commis
sions in the active service.
Fought Long Battle.
He retired in 1921 and fought
in the courts to upset the War
Department’s action, even carry
ing the battle to the Supreme
Court. The tribunals all refused
to interfere. Hearings were held
in the House and Senate and, 1
Arthur DeMarco, 84,
Member 30 Years
Os Marine Band
Arthur DeMarco, 84, retired
member of the Marine Band and
a resident of Washington since
1896, died Tuesday in the United
States Naval Hospital ,in Phila
delphia.
Mr. DeMarco retired from the
Marine Corps in 1926 after 30
years of service with the band
: here.
i A native of Naples, Italy, Mr.
; DeMarco came to this country
with his father in 1882 to see the
| completion of the Brooklyn
Bridge. He returned to Italy,
i but in the early 1890 s came back
to the United States.
He enlisted in the Marine
Coi’ps and came to Washington
to play the French horn and
violin in the band. He played
before every President in office
during his 30 years with the
band.
Mr. DeMarco lived in South
east Washington for many years
after retirement. When his
wife, the former Mary A. Mur
phy, died in 1943. he made his
home with his son, Raffaele De-
Marco, at 6708 Thirtieth av
enue, Hyattsville, Md. He lived
there until last January, when
he entered the hospital.
He was a member of the
Spanish-American War Veter
ans, the American Legion,
Eagles and Elks.
Surviving are two sons, Raf
faele and Col. James A. De-
Marco. stationed in Turkey; a
daughter, Mrs. George Aman,
4010 Gallatin street, Hyattsville,
and two grandchildren.
Funeral services will be held
at 11:30 a.m. tomorrow at St.
Jerome’s Catholic Church in
Hyattsville. Burial will be in
1 Arlington Cemetery.
Mrs. Arnold C. Engel,
Former Federal Employe
Mrs. Arnold C. Engel, 64, form
; er employe relations adviser for
the War Production Board and
the Office of Rent Stabilization,
• died yesterday in a nursing home
I here. She lived at 4550 Connec
ticut avenue N.W.
The former Anna Bosse, Mrs.
Engel was born in Washington.
For many years she was execu
tive assistant to the late R.
Golden Donaldson of the Com
mercial National Bank. Later
she was with the Government.
She had been a volunteer work
er for the National Catholic Wel
fare Conference until she became
ill in March.
Survivors are her husband, an
accountant; a son, Arnold, jr.,
6908 Strathmore street, Chevy
Chase. Md.; a sister, Sister Marie
Maurella, Baltimore, and a
brother, Harry J. Bosse. Holly
wood, Calif.
Services will be held at 9:30
a.m. Saturday at Blessed Sacra
ment Catholic Church, Western
1 avenue and Quesada street N.W.
I Burial will be in St. Mary s
| Cemetery.
Mrs. Ida R. Koverman;
Film and G. 0. P. Figure
By tha Associated Prat*
HOLLYWOOD. Nov. 25.
Mrs. Ida R. Koverman, 78, long
associated with the motion pic
! ture industry and formerly ac
| tive in national politics, died of
j a heart ailment yesterday.
She had been at MGM studio
for 25 years, most of that time
i in an executive capacity.
Mrs. Koverman, who was
born in Cincinnati, was a friend
of Herbert Hoover and through
him was named executive sec
retary of the Calvin Coolldge
presidential campaign in 1924.
She served in the same capacity
for Mr. Hoover’s campaign in
1928, and lor many years was
active in the Republican Party.
She was a delegate to three
G. O. P. national conventions.
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finally, in 1934, Congress passed
an act holding that a “rank in
justice” had been done to the
Army officer. His status was
changed from Class B to Class A.
Col. Rogers was born in In
diana. As an infant he went by
covered wagon to Kansas, where
his father, K. W. Rogers, home
steaded. He was graduated from
the University of Chicago and
went into the Army atfer serving
in the Illinois National Guard
prior to World War I.
District Law School.
After ttie war he was grad
uated from National University
Law School. For some years he
worked here for the New York
Life Insurance Co.
Survivors are three sisters,
Mrs. Mary Scott and the Misses
Ida and Bessie Rogers, all of
Ransom, Kans., and a brother,
Clark, of Denver, Colo. His wife,
former department head at the
National Research .Council here,
died last year.
Services will be held at 1
p.m. tomorrow at Walter Reed
Chapel. Burial will be private.
Sergf. Clark L. Holman;
Lost Life in Korea Action
Funeral services for Master
Sergt. Clark L. Holman, who was
killed in action in Korea, will be
held Saturday morning in New
Bloomfield, Pa. His widow lives
at 3306 Highland place N.W.
Sergt. Holman was bom in
New Bloomfield on September 9,
1921. He attended Carson Long
Military Institute and Dickinson
Junior College before he enlisted
in the Army in 1941. He wa*
with Patton’s 42d Armored In- /
fantry Regiment during World
War II and later was in Japan.
He was with the 24th Infantry
Division in Korea when he was
killed during the retreat of our
forces to the south to re-estab
lish a new line of defense. He
was originally listed as missing
in action in July, 1950. On Oc
tober 29 of this year the Army
notified his next of kin that he
had been killed in action.
His medals included the
Bronze Star and Purple Heart
with Oak Leaf Cluster.
Survivors are his widow, Mrs.
Pearl Bakey Holman; two sons,
Clark Lee 11, 7; Charles Edward,
4; his parents. Col. and Mrs. Ed
ward L. Holman, New Bloom
l field; a brother, Army Lt. Carson
i Holman, and two sisters, Mrs.
! John Partridge, Merchantville.
: N. J., and Mrs. Harold Reynolds,
N»w Bloomfield.
Mrs. Frederick G. Pyne,
Wife of Retired Admiral
Mrs. Frederick G. Pyne. 81,
wife of Rear Admiral Pyne,
U. S. N. (ret.) died yesterday at
her home in Cazenovia, N. Y.
Born in Portland, Oreg., she
was the former Ellen Roosevelt
Jones, great-granddaughter of
New York Governor De Witt
Clinton and a descendant of
William Floyd, a signer of the
Declaration of Independence.
Besides her husband, she is
survived by three sons, Frederick
C., Birmingham, Mich.; Rear
Admiral Schuyler N. Pyne, Naval
Shipyard, Pearl Harbor; Charles
C. Marblehead, Mass.; nine
grandchildren and two great
grandchildren.
Private funeral services will bt
h?ld at her home tomorrow.
Burial will be in Arlington Ceme
jtery. .
Walter H. Paige, 77
NEW BEDFORD, Mass., Nov.
25 UP). —Walter H. Paige, 77,
retired mill executive and cotton
broker, died last night. Mr.
i Paige held executive positions
in mills in this city, Fall River,
!Winthrop and Saco, Me., before
j retiring.
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