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THE EVENING STAR, Washington, D. C.
WOMBAT, tfUl 4. >«M A-12 ** *f BfutlH ACKERMAN. HORACE E. Suddanlr. oa Sunday, April 3. 1055. at hit home, 3017 Medway st.. Silver Sprint. Md„ HORACE E. ACKERMAN, beloved hue band ol Anna O. Aceerman. father of Robert E Ackerman. Mrs. Bettie Ann Griffis and Mrs. Ruth Carol Crifaal and brother of Charlie W. Ackerman. Mr. Ackerman rests at the Warner E. jnimphrey Funeral Home. 8434 Oeoraia %ve.. Silver Sprlnd. Md„ where services will be held on Wednesday. April It. st 10:30 am. Interment Arllnaton Na tional Cemetery. 6 ADDISON. FRANK. On Friday. April 1, 1955, FRANK ADDISON of 1720 lath st n.e. After 5 p.m. Tuesday. April B. friends are Invited to call at the Jarvis Chapel. 1432 You st. n.w.. where funeral services will be held at 9am Wednesday. April H. Inter ment Arllnaton National Cemetery. 3 ALLEN, THOMAS EDWARD. On Batur- , day, April 2. 1956. at his home. (1512 79th pi., Cabin John. Md,. THOMAS EDWARD ALLEN, beloved husband of Bessie Virginia Allen, father of Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Lons, Mrs. Margaret Viralnla Cox. Mrs Sarah Alinia Katz and Edward Winters Allen, brothel of Forest Winters Allen. Friends are In vited to call at the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral Home ol Robert A Fnmphrey. Bethesda. Md.. until 1 pm. Tuesday April 6. Thence, to lie In state at the Shaler Methodist Church. Cabin John. Md., where services will be held at .2:30 p.m. Interment Po tomac Methodist Church Cemetery. ARMSTRONG. ROBERT BERN’S. Jr. On < Sunday, April 3. 1955. at Doctors' Hos pital. ROBERT BURNS ARMSTRONG. Jr., husband of Bess Furman Armstrong of 3436 34th pi. n.w.. father of Ruth Eleanor Armstrong and Robert Furman Armstrong. Friends may call at Oaw lers Chapel. 1766 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. (free parking opposite). Services will be held at Epiphany Church, 1317 O st. n.w.. on Wednesday. April 8. at 2 pm. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. AWKARD. ILL A BENSON. On Thurs day, March 31. 1955. ELLA BENSON AWKARD of 4724 9th st. n.w.. wife of Augustus Avvkard. mother of Sent. Harvey M. Awkward. Helen, Beulhh and Bthel Awkard. Lillian Hill. Ella Barnes and Juanita Johnson, sister of Kath erine Levis and Laura Claugett. she also leaves two arandchiloren. other relatives and many friends Alter 12 noon Sunday. April 0. friends are in vited to call at the Jarvis Chanel. 1 432 You st. n.w. (parking space available', where funeral services, will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday. Aoril 5 Inter ment Woodlawn Cemetery. 4 | RANKS. MAE E. On Saturday. April 2. 1955, MAE E. BANKS of 509 Eastern •ve. n.e.. beloved wife of Fred D. Ban.:*, aister of William Jackson of Carlyle, Pa. She also is survived by ten nieces, slsters-in-law. other relatives and many friends. After 5 pm. Tuesday, April 6. friends are invited to call at the Jarvis Chapel. 1432 You st n.w. (Park ing space aavllablei. Funeral services 1.30 p m. Wednesday. April 0. at Beth lehem Baptist Church. Howard rd and ] Nichols ave. s.e. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 5 BLANDFORD. JOSEPH H. On Sunday. April 3. 1955. at Physicians Memorial Hospital, La Plata. Md.. JOSEPH H. BLANDFORD. son of the late Dr Joseph H. Blandford. sr.. and beloved husband of Pauline Blandford. Funeral from hta late residence Brandywine. Md.. on Wednesday. April ti, at 9:45 a.m. Mass St John's Church. Clinton. , Md.. 10 a.m. Interment church ceme tery 5 BOND. JOHN SAMUEL. JR. On Friday. April 1. 1955. JOHN SAMUEL BOND. Jr., beloved husband of Nettyc Bond, father of Stuart M. Bond, brother of granees Thomas, Victorlne and Joseph ond. nephew of Joseph and William Bond. He also Is survived by other relatives and many friends After 5 ban. Monday. April 4. triends are Invited to call at the Jarvis Chapel. 1432 You st. nw. (parking space avail- . ablei. Maas will be offered at St. Cyprian'a Church at 9 a rr. Tuesdav. April 6. Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery. 4 BOYD. CHARLES IRVIN. On Sunday, April 3 1955. at Casualty Hospital, CHARLES IRVIN BOYD of 808 Q st | s e„ beloved son of Eva M. Owens and ; the late Charles H. Boyd, brother of Eston A. Boyd, stepbrother of Anne N. Owens. Evelyn Erskine and Ear] Owens. Funeral from the James T. Ryan Fu neral Home. 317 Pa. ate. s.e.. on Wed nesday. April 6. at 8:30 a.m. Requiem eass at St. Peter s Church at 9 a.m. elatlves and friends Invited Inter ment Arlington National Cemeterv. 5 BOWIE. CARRIE L. On Sunday, April 3. 1055. CARRIE L. BOWIE of 4227 Grant at. n.e. Notice of funeral later. Ar rangements by Fraziers. BROWN. JAMES L. Suddenly on Tues day. March 20. 1955, JAMES L. BROWN of 815 18th st. n.w.. beioved brother of Mrs., Ann Feely and Mrs. Catherine King of Newport, R. I. Puneral from Collins Funeral Home. 8821 14th st. n.w.. on Tuesday. April 6. at 9:30 a.m. Requiem mass at ( . St. Matthew's Cathedral. 17th and fthode Island ave. n.w.. at 10 a.m. nterment Arlington National Cemetery. BROWN. RANDOLPH (RANDLE). On Saturday. April 2. 1955. RANDOLPH (RANDLE) BROWN of 720 Virginia ave. s.e. lather of Mrs. Cliffus B. McKin ney. Mrs. Veineil B. Brook,. Johnnie S.. Harry. Haywood and Henry Brown: •teplather of Mrs Ida S. Drake and James Strother: brother of Mrs. LI zie < Johnson and George Brown Fifteen i grandchildren and other relatives also survive Notice of funeral, later. Ar rangements by Malvan & Schey. Inc. CALBKEATH. JAMES B. On Sunday. April 3. 1955.. JAMES B. CALBREAIrt, beloved husband ol Margaret T. Cal breath. father of James B. Calbreath, jr. Funeral from the W. W. Deal Fu neral Home. 4812 Georgia ave. n.w., on Tuesday. April 6. at 2 p.m. Inter ment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. CHAMBERS. EMMA. On Saturday. April 2, 1955. EMMA CHAMBERS of 508 Co lumbia rd. n.w.. devoted mother of Ben iamin Richardson, sister of Beniamin Snells of Elkridge, Md. She also is sur vived by six grandchildren, seven great grandchildren and other relatives and friends. After 4 p.m. Tuesday. April 5, friends ma.v call at Fraziers Funeral Home. 380 R. I. ave. n.w. Funeral Wed nesday, April H. at I P.m, at St. Ste phens A. M. E. Churcn, Elkridge. Md. CHASE. AMANDA HUMES. On Saturday. April 2, 1056. AMANOa HUMES CHASE of 410 T st. n.w.. wife of William T. ■Chase and mother of Thomas Chase. Also surviving are four sisters. Mrs. Mamie Smith. Mrs. Ida Thomas. Mrs. Sarah Johnson and Mrs. Ma .ne N. Hughes; four borthers. William N. Humes Douglas Humes. Bishop Samuel L. Humes and Russia Humes: many j other relatives amt llrends. After 0 ■ p.m. Monday, friends are invited to call at her late resilience. Services at Vermont Avenue Bapt:st Church oai Wednesday. April «. at 1 pm. Rev. C. T. Murray officiating. Arrangements tto McGuire. Inc. 5 CLELAND. ALEXANDRIA J. On Satur day. April 2. 1936. at his residence, 6700 Cedar pkwy., Chevy Chase. Md.. ALEXANDRIA J. CLELAND. be loved husband of Johanna Eck Cleland. father of Mrs. James A. Cunningham. Thomaa J. cleland. Mrs. Frank Acosta and John Cleland. Services at the 8 H. Hines Co, Funeral Home. 2901 14th at. n.w.. on Tuesday. April 5. at 9:15 a.m., thence to the Most Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church, Western and Quesada at. n.w., where the holy sacrifice of the mass will be offered at 10 a.m. for the repose of his soul. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery 4 COOPER. ELIZABETH. On a Sunday. April a. 1955. Elizabeth c<Joi-br of 1706 C st. s.e., the beloved mother of ! Mrs Ella Butler. Mrs. Martha Boone. Miss Clara Coates and Mrs Nellie | Hagans. She also leaves seven grand- | children, eight great-grandchildren and , many other relatives and iriends. No tice ol funeral later. Arrangements by Alexander 8 Pope. * CORNELIUS. MADELINE M. On Friday. April 1. 1965. MADELINE M. Curt- NELIUB ol 1448 Corcoran st n.w., devoted aister of Mrs. Leantlne M. Watson and James anu Edgar Mouse, niece of Edward Miller. Friends are invited to call at the Malvan st Schey, Inc . Funeral Home. New Jersey ave. and R st. n.w.. on Tuesday. April 5. after 4 P.m., where luneral services will bo held on Wednesday. April (j, at 1 p.m. Interment woodlawn cemetery. i«VIS. WILLIAM A. suddenly, on Fri day. April 1. 1955, residence, Jboi 27th st. a.*., vfrllllAM A DAVIS, beloved husband of Catherine A. Daria, (services from the William J. Tlckner at Sons Funeral Horae, North and Pennsylvania ave.. Baltimore. Md. on JSuesday. April 5. at lu a.m. Inter ment Woodlawn Cemetery, Baltimore. iteNNtr, GENEVA E. On Bunday. April S. 1955. GENEVA *. Denney of 6308 ‘‘Colorado ave. n.w., daughter of tue late Hugh H and Alllce E. Denney and inister of Miss Louise F. Denney and 111 late Pearl A.. Robert R and Philip L Denney. Also surviving are many relatives and friends. After 13 noon Wednesday, friends are Invited to call at the McOuire Funeral Home. 1820 9th st. n.w.. where serlvces will be held (Thursday, April 7. at 1 p.m. Inter ment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. 9 FJEFIELD. WILLARD A. Suddenly on .Friday, April 1. 1956. at Prince Georges Hospital. CheveW. fed;. WILLARD A. FIEFIELD Os 3908 Newton st., Colmar Manor. Md, beloved husband of Ruth J. Flefleld and father of Mrs. Katherine L. Ingram And Mrs. Allyne D Southard. He it also survived by seven grand children. Friends may call at Oaach'a Funeral Home. Hyattsville. Md. where services will be held on Tuesday. April 5. at 11:30 a.m. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. FUNERAL DESIGNS. j GEO. C. SHAFFER, INC. | Sxpresalve Floral Tributes Moderate Brices Open daily Sun holiday* - Phone Ofdert also accepted. 8:30 to 9 p m week gvhti 91111 14th St N W NA 8-01 Oti j CUDE BROS. CO., FLORISTS jSI» F At NW NA 8-4278 ; FUNERAL DIRECTORS. Crematorium I. William Lee’s Sons Co. MtNFIAL DIRECTORS b and Maw Av. W1 kLJhigg ; A Complete Funeral As Low os $95.00 Up CHAMBERS CO. 5-0452 - Dfaltja FIEFIELD, WILLARD. Officers and • members of Post 131. Colmar Manor, are requested to at tend service* of our late com rade, WILLARD FIEFIELD. at Oasch'a Funeral Home. Hyattsville. Md.. at 8 p.m. Monday. April 4. 1955. FRANK WALZL. Comdr. 1 E. MASTIN. Adi. FIEFIELD. WILLARD A. Members of the Association of Retired Polire « ■ ) men are notified of the t 111 death of our late brother. /. A A WILLARD A. FIEFIELD. on ■MPMM Friday, April 1. 1955. Re -S mains resting at Uaseh . ' Funeral Home, Hyattsville. Md.. where services will be held at 11:30 a.m. Tuesday. April 5. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. JAMBS P. SAYER. President. RICHARD A BURTON. Secretary. GORMAN. JAMBS JOSEPH. JR. On Sat urday. April 2. 1955. at Georgetown Hospital. JAMES JOSEPH GORMAN. Jr. of 415 North Qearge Mason dr.. Arlington. Vg.. beloved husband oi I Juliet H Oorman and father ol James Joseph. 3rd. and Michael J. Gorman. : He is also survived by his mother. Mrs. Learie Gorman of Miami. Fla..,and two biothrrs Robert Oorman of Mlimi. Fla., and Franklin Oorman of Falls Church. Va. Friends may call at the Ives Funeral Home. 2847 Wilson blvd.. Ar lington. Va. where funeral services will be held on Tuesday. April 5. at 11 a.m. Interment Columbia Oardens Cemetery. | GORMAN. JAMES J., JR. A special com- : m munication of Columbia JJS Lodge No. 286. A. F. and /iQI A. M-. Arlington, Va.. Is e/r 'Va called at lo a.m. Tuesday. \Kjkjy* April 5. 1965. for the pur- Pose of conducting Masonic YF services at the funeral of our late brother. JAMES J. GORMAN. Jr. W. W. DOWNS. Matter. 4 GREGG. ANNE M. Suddenly at 9:45 Saturday. April 2. 1955. ANNE M. OREGG. she is survived by one' niece. Mrs Leonard Bowman. Funeral services Monday. April 4. at 2 p.m from her late residence. PurcellrUle. Va. Interment Lincoln. Va Remains resting at Bail Funeral Home. Purcell ville. 4 HADDER, JOHN J. Os 409 4th at. n.w., pn April 2. 1955, husband of Gertie M. Hadder, father of Edsel H. Hadder and Mrs. Louise C. Sllvey. Services at Chambers Funeral Home. 617 11th st. s.e . on Wednesday, April 8. at 2:30 p.m. Interment Washington National Cemetery. HALL. ELLEN, of 3101 20th st. n.e.. on ' April 1, 19.);., mother of Mrs. Bertha Simon of Detroit. Mrs. Nellie Noble of New York. Mrs. Doris Wood of Alex andria. Va.; Clifford Hall of D. C. Also survived by two sisters and five brothers: nine grandchildren and one Keat-srandchild. Services at Cham rs Funeral Home. 1400 Chapin st. n.w„ on Tuesday. April 5. at 3 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. HART. HARRY McKINLEY. Suddenly. 1 on Saturday. April 2. 1955. at his resi dence Tudor Hall Apartments. 928 Massachusetts ave. n.w.. HARRY MC KINLEY HART, husband of the late Bes sie Jones Hart, brother of Walter L. Hart of Morgantown. W. Va. Services from the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w., Tuesday, April 57 at 2 P.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. HART, harry M. (DUCKY). The mem -opn. bers of Washington Post No. i 29. 29th Division Association, are requested to attend rites at the S. H. Hines Co. Fu- Home, 2901 14th st. n.w. at 8 p.m. Monday. April 4. 1955. Interment Arling ton National Cemetery. 2 p.m. Tues day. April 5. 1955. (Signed) THOMAS F. HALt, Comdr. J. FRED CHASE. Adjutant. JAMES. ARTHUR. On Friday. April 1. 1955. ARTHUR JAMES of 2106 Mary land ave. n.e., beloved husband of Mrs. ! Mary James, father of Mrs. Evelyn Lan- | caster. Leslie. Ralph and Charles James. Brother of Mrs. Mary Williams. He also is survived by three grandchildren, two great-grandchlHren, other rela tives and friends. After 5 p.m. Wed- j nesday, April H, friends are Invited ! to call at the Jarvis Funeral Church. ■ 1433 You st. n.w. Funeral services j 1 p.m. Thursday, April 7. at Florida ' Avenue Baptist Church. Interment : Woodlawn Cemetery. 6 j JOHNSON. THADDEUS W. On Satur day. April 2. 1955. at Suburban Hos pital. Bethesda. Md.. THADDEUS W. 1 JOHNSON, beloved husband of Mrs. I Irene Johnson, father of Mrs. Gladys i Thomas. Sylvia. Warren and Edward Johnson: also surviving are four grand children. one son-in-law. William Thomas and other relatives and friends. After K p.m. Monday. April 4. friends may call at the Robert L. Snowden Fu neral Home. Rockville. Md.. where funeral services will be held on Tues day. April 5. at 2 p.m. JONES. JOHN MONTGOMERY. JOHN MONTGOMERY JONES, son of Mrs. Ann Grace Sheridan Jones, brother of Thomas Powell Jones. Mrs. Dorothy Brady Mrs E eaitor Clark and Mrs. Betty Robertson. Friends may call at Oawler’s Chapel. 1760 Pennsylvania ave. n.w. (free paiking opposite) where prayers will be said on Tuesdav. April 5. , at 9:30 a m Interment Arlington Na tional Cemetery with honors. 4 KELLY FORD R. Suddenly, on Sunday. April 3. lOo.j, at Occoquan. Va.. FORD R KELLY of Warrenton, Va., son nf H. Wtae Kelly, sr.. and the late Julia Swetnam Kelly, stepson of Juliet A. Kelly, brother of H. Wise Kelly, jr., George A. Kelly. Judith 8 Kelly. Han nah A. Kelly and Diane Kelly. Friends may call at the Everly Funeral Home. Fairfax. Va.. where services will be held on Wednesday. April 8, at 11 a.m. Interment Fairfax Cemetery. 6 KING, MARY. On Friday. April 1. 1955. at Sacred Heart Home, Hyatts ville. Md.. MARY KINO, widow of the late Michael J. King and mother of Reverend J F. King, pastor of Our Lady of Sorrows Church. Takoma Park. Md.: Marlon V and P. J. King of Washington. D. C.. and Mrs. Beatrice Keary of 412 North Bend rd.. Balti more. Md. Funeral from the Wltzke Funeral Home. 4101 Edmondson ave.. Ealtimore. Md.. on Monday. April 4. at l(( a.m Solemn high mass at St. William of York Church at rii:3H a.m. Interment in New Cathedral Cemetery. Baltimore. Md. 4 LAIR. LOUISE BURTNER. On Friday. April 1, 1955, at the United K.a:es Naval Hospital. Quantico, Va.. LOJISE BURTNER LAIR of 17 Graham Park rd., Triangle, Vg., daughter of Mrs. Ctto W. Burtner and the late otto Whitmore Burtner. wife of Comdr. Harold Patrick Lair, mother of harold Patrick, it., and Michael John Lair, sister of Mrs. John Jacoby and Dr. O. Whitmore Burtner. Services on Tues day. April 5. at 12:3<l p.m. at the post chapel Quantico. Va. Interment Arlington National Cemetery, at 2:30 p.m Friends may call at the Everly Funeral Home. Fairfax, Va, until 10:30 a.m. Tuesday, thence at the post chapel, Quantico, Va., after 11:30 a.m. LANCASTER. ELLEN. On Friday. April 1. 1965. ELLEN LANCASTER of 115 F at. n.w., beloved wifa of Frank I. Lancaster and mother of Lawrence. James. Francis and Joseph Lancaster. Also surviving are a sister. Miss Annie Sharps: four grandchildren, nine great grandchildren. other relatives and many friends After 12 noon, Monday, April 4, flrends are Invited to call at the Mc- Guire Funeral Home, 1820 9th st. n.w. Requiem mass will be celebrated at Holy Redeemer Catholic Church, New York and New Jersey aves. n.w.. on Tuesday, April 5, at 9 a.m. Inter ment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 4 LEE. ALEXANDRA McDANNOLD. On Saturday, April 2, 1955. ALEXANDRA McDANNOLD LEE Os 3411 Newark st. n.w., beloved mother of Commander Richard Henry Lee (U. 8. N.i. Mrs. Myers 8 McDougal. Mrs. M. Jastrow Levin and Mrs. Rebecca Lee Harper: also survived by nine grandchildren. Friends may call at the Cline Funeral Home. 8 E Patrick st., Frederick. Md.. where services will be held on Tuesday. April 5. at 2 p.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. Frederick. Md. (Frederick papers, please copy.) 4 LESTER. RUTH E. On Sunday. April 3, 11)55 at the National Institutes of Health. RUTH E. LESTER of 2417 N. Fairfax drk Arlington. Va.. beloved wife of Guy J. Lester and mother of Jack. ir.. Ruby Ruth Lester of Ar lington. Va. and Mrs. Ann Lee Estes of Radford. Va. She alao Is survived by one brother. Lloyd A. White of Prince Georges County, Md- and two sisters. Mrs. Mae White of Washington. D. C.. and Mrs. Ann Blackstone j>f New York City, N. Y. Friends may icall at the Ives Funeral Home. 2847 Wilson blvd. Arlington, Va- until 12 noon on Wednesday. April 6. Thence to the Community Methodist Church where funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Interment National Memorial Park 6 LETTK'E, IRENE M. On Bunday, April 3. 1955. at Suburban Hospital. IRENE M LETTICE of 3710 Livingston at. n.w.. sister of Mrs. Spencer N. Phillips. Services at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th at. n.w.. on Tuesday. April 6. at 4 p.m. Interment Capa- Joharte, N Y. LONG. LOIS VIRGINIA. On Saturday. April ,1. 1955. at the D. C. General Hospital. LOIS VIRGINIA LONG of 1238 4th st. >.w. devoted daughter of Carrie Weaver, beloved mother of Thelma Jeter, devoted sister of Mrs. Margaret Hunneycutt. Miss Louise Long. Mrs. Lillie Mae Dunham. Mrs. Caroline Boston: Samuel. Harold. Earnest, Charles. James and D. Q. Long She also leaves to mourn her passing, three I grandchildren and a host of other rela -1 tlves and many friends. Remains rest i lng at the John T. Rhlnes A- Co. I) Funeral Home. 901 3rd st. s.w. Notice of funeral later. LONG. THEODORE. On Saturday. April 2. 1955. at Emergency Hospital. THEO DORE LONG of 4740 Bradley blvd.. Bethesda, Md.. beloved husband of Vivian O. Long, father of William F. E. I and Marlorle G. Long, brother of Wll- I lard B Long, grandfather of Linda Lee Long. Services at the 8. H. Hines Co. ; Funere! Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on 1 Tuesdav. April 5, at 11:30 a.m. In-! terment Ebeneaer Cemetery. St. Marys County. Md. TcEMETER* LOTB LOT. Cedar Bill Cemetery. Catholic Sec tion' must be sold. U. 3-4808: eves.. call Otis 4-8496. —4 , CEDAR HILL BURIAL SITES and cash ■ foi your car. or W off to Masons Bamtats. Lions. AD. 4-0080. —6 NATIONAL OTI<OBIAL~AfIt. Tall. sss& jwusar s^Vr'suS 1 _____ F asgvnagw Sratlf* LOVING. Ist SERGT. BARRY. On Sat urday, April 2, 1855. at Boston City Hospital Boston. Mass- Ist SERGT. HARRY LOVINO oi 3008 South 18th st- Arlington. Va- beloved hugband of Mary A. Loving and father of Mrs. Evelyn McCamey. Mrs. Bessie M. Buber and Mrs. Nancy Edna Tomnklns. Also surviving are other relatives and many friends. Notice of funeral later. Ar rangements by McOuire. Inc. 5 LUMBDEN. GEORGE NAFIEE. Sr. On Saturday. April 2. 1955. at George Washington university Hospital, Wash ington. D. C- GEORGE NAPIER, LUMSDEN. Sr., of 815 West Orest Falls st.. Falls Church. Va- husband Os Mary Louise Lumsden and father of Mrs. Lanita Marshall. Oeorte N. I Jr- Donald Ralph. Robert Douglas, i and Ernest ShroDshlre Lumsden. He also Is survived by five grandchildren, j three slaters end two brothers and his I mother. Mrs. Cora A. Lumsden,, Friends mar cal) at Pearson's Funeral Hume. 472 N. Washington st- Palls! Church. Va. Funeral services from I Crossman Methodist Church. Falls , Church, Vs. on Tuesday. April 5. at 2 p.m. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme tery, Washington. D. C. LUMSDEN. GEORGE N- Br. Members! ®of th« Policemen s Association i wHI attend the funeral of our i late brother. GEOROE N. LUMSDEN, Sr . to be held at the Crossman Methodist Church. Falls Church. Va.. at 2 p.m. Tuesday. April 5, 1955. Interment Cedar Hill Cemetery. ROYCE L. GIVENS. President. KENNETH P. FOLSOM. Rec. Secy LUMSDEN. GEORGE N. Members of the -cN- Association of Retired Pollce r" t -'" w ) men ere notified of the death •I i l of our late brother. GEORGE I I \ N. LUMSDEN, on Saturday. ■■■■■l April 2. 1955. Remains resi- L-.1-J lng at Pearson’s Euneral Home. Falls Church. Va. un- : til 1:45 ~.tn. Tuesday. April 5. thence I to Crossman Methodist Church, where services will be held at- 2 p.m. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. JAMES F. SAYER. President RICHARD A. BURTON Secretary. .LUFTON. JAMES ROBERTS. Suddenly, on Saturday. April 2. 1955. at his resi dence, 4858 8. 28th st.. Arlington. Va.. JAMES ROBERTS LUFTON. husband of Margaret H. Lupton and father of James R„ ir- Edward I- Alfred R- Margaiet H. Lupton and Mrs. Mary Jean Bpeldel. Funeral services on Tuesday. April 6, at 2 p.m., from the Wheatley Funeral Home. 809 King st- Alexandria. Va. Memorial services on Thursday. April 7. at 3 p.m.. at the graveside, at the Friends Meeting House. Hopewell, near Winchester. Va. Please omit flowers MARKRITER, ELLEN. On Friday. April 1. 1966. ELLEN MARKRITER. daughter | of the late John and Mary Jane Mark- 1 riter and aunt of Miss Laura Hancock. Friends may call at Oawler's Chapel : 1756 Penna. ave. n.w. (free parking op posite) Prayers will be said at Oawler's Chapel on Tuesday, April 5. at 8:30 a.m Mass will be offered at St. Patrick’s Catholic Church. 10th and O sts. n.w., at 9 a.m. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 4 MASCHAUEK. LENA ANNA. On Tues day. March 211. 1955. at Talmadge, Calif.. LENA ANNA MASCHAUER. be loved sister of Charles P. and Albert Joseph Maschauer. Miss Maschauer rests at Oasch's funeral home. Hyatts ville. Md.. where services will be held on Wednesday. April 6. at 9:30 a.m., thence to St. Jerome's Catholic Church. Hyattsville. Md., where mass will be offered at lo a.m. Relatives and friends Invited. Interment Mount Blivet Cemeterv. 6 MESTESKY. JULIUS. On Sunday. April 3. 1955. JULIUS MESTESKY of 1456 Channing st. n.e.. beloved father of Mrs. Minnie Rosenberg, Mrs. Dora Ackerman. Michael and Louis Mestesky. He also Is survived by seven grand children and two great-grandchildren Funeral services at the Bernard Dan zansky & Son Funeral Home. 3501 14th at. n.w.. on Monday, April 4. at 12 noon. Interment D. C. Lodge Cemetery. Memorial week 1456 Charming st. n e. MILLS. MARY JANE. On Thursday. March 31. 1955. MARY JANE MILLS of 1229 Otk st. n.w., beloved mother of . Mrs. Laura Little. Mrs. Susie -ones, Mrs Alberta Wllcher. Mrs. Edith Mid- I dietffn, Mrs. Lenna Carter and Thomaa 1 Mills; aunt of James S. Brooks. Seven teen grandchildren, fifty-three great grandchildren, sixteen great-great grandchildren also survive. Friends j are invited to call at the Malvan & Schey. Inc- Funeral Home. New Jersey ave. and R st. n.w.. after 5 p.m. to- j day. where funeral services will be held on Tuesday. April 5. at 2 p.m. Inter- > ment Woodlawn Cemetery. • ‘ MINOR. PVT. 1/a JAMES WILLIAM. ! P Suddenly, on Tuesday. March i 29. 1955. PVT. 1/c JAMEBI WILLIAM MINOR, beloved son I of the late Abraham Minor and Eliza Minor of Shephcrdz town, W. Va. Also surviving are one brother. Mr. George A. Minor: a devoted sister-tn-law. Mrs. Bessie E. Miner of Freemont. Ohio; a cousin. Mr. Raleigh Crawford of Corona. N. Y.; a son-in-law, Mr Edward N Adams of Washington, D. C- and a host of other relatives and many friends. Friendi may vitw Pvt. Minor after 4 p.m. Sunday Anri! 3. at the Cornish & Cornish & Son Funeral Home. 2121 19th st. n.w., where funeral service will be held on Tuesday. April 5. at 12 noon. Graveside service and (nter ment Arlington National Cemetery. 4* O'BRIEN. WILLIAM PAUL. Suddenly on Friday. April 1. 1955, at his home. 3907 Dawson ave- Silver Borln*. Md.. WIL LIAM PAUL O'BRIEN, beloved husband of Nellie W. O'Brien, father of William W. OBrlen. Howard M. O’Brien. Mrs. Carroll D. Kendall. Mrs. William F, Shea. Mrs. Devereux D. Palmer and Jchn T O'Brien and brother of Joseph M.. John F. and Charles M. O’Brien and Mrs. Cynthia M. West. Mrs. David 8. Tuohey and Mrs. John L. Harding. There are also eleven grandchildren. Mr. O’Brien rests at the Warner E. Pumphrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia ave.. Silver Spring. Md. Mass will be offered for the repose of his soul on Tuesday. April 5. at 9 a.m- at Bt. Catherine Laboure Church. Viers Mill and Claridce rds- Wheaton. Md. In terment St. John's Cemetery. Forest Glen Md 4 OWENS. MARY E. On Saturday. April 2. 1955. at Emergency Hospital. Wash ington. D. C„ MARY E. OW/NB. lov ing cousin of Alexander Hamilton. Mrs. Alice L. Tibbs. Mrs. Lillian Rudolph, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Hamilton and many other relatives and flrends. After 6 p.m Monday. April 4, friends may call at the Robert L. Snowden Funeral Home, Rockville. Md- where funetal services will be held on Tuesday. April 5 at II a.m. Rev. William Lee offici ating Interment Mount Zion Ceme- ' tery. Bellman. Md. PERRY. ROLAND REED. On Friday. April 1. 1955. at Sibley Hospital. ROLAND REED PERRY of 8716 Coles vtlle rd- Silver Spring, Md.. beloved husband of Margaret E. Perry, father of Eugene W. and William F. Perry, son of Ernest Perry and brother of Mrs. Elsie J. Farran. He also is survived by ten grandchildren. Pray ers at the S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.. on Tues day. April 5. at 8:45 a.m.; thence to St. Michael’s Catholic Church. 826 Wayne ave., Silver Spring. Md.. where the holy sacrifice of the mass will be offered at 9:30 a.m. for the repose of his soul. Interment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 4 PERRY. ROLAND. Thera will be • ® special meeting of Printing Pressmen’s Union, No. 1. at 8 a.m. Tuesday. April 6. 1955. at the union office, 1003 K st. n.w., to attend the fu neral of our late brother. ROLAND PERRY. D O. FREMEAU. President. ROY DEAN, Secretary. 4 PERRY. ROLAND B. Washington Lodge. No. 15. B. F. O. Elks, will assemble at S. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901 14th (Niyßfiß st. n.w.. on Monday. April V9R| 4. 1955. at 7:39 p.m. to VIBw exemplify the funeral ritual of the order over the re mains of our late brother. ROLAND R. PERRY. By order of CHARLES E. ORRISON. Exalted Ruler. Attest: R. T. PICKEREL. Secretary. POWERS,. ELIZABETH. On Sunday. April 3. 1955. ELIZABETH POWERS, beloved wife of the late Patrick Powers, mother of William P. Powers and Mrs. Lyman J. Mansfield, also survived by fourteen grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. Friends may call at Nalleys Funeral Home. 3200 Rhode Island ave. at Eastern aye. n.e. Funeral Wednesday. April 8, at 8:30 a.m.. thence to St. James Catholic Church, Mount Rainier. Md- where mass will be offered at 0 a.m for the repose of her soul. Relatives and friends invited. Interment Mount Olivet Cemetery. 6 NCHNURR. MARGARET B. (nee Reiner). On Thursday. March 31, 1055. at Cleve land. Ohio. MARGARET B. SCHNURR (nee Reiner), beloved wife of the late Frederick Schnurr, mother of Frederick J- Joseph A. of Bradenton. Fla. and Mae 8. Southard of New York City, and grandmother of Joseph A. and Mar garet Schnurr. Friends are Invited to call at the Oeler Funeral Home. .1695 14th st. n.w., on Tuesday, April 5. Requiem mass at St. Mary's Church on Wednesday. April 6, at 8:30 a.m In terment St. Mary's Cemetery. Please omit flowers. 0 SMALL. GEORGE A. On Saturday. April 1955. GEOROE A. SMALL oi Round Hill. va.. nuaband of Gertrude M. Small, father of Mrs. Gertrude 8. Caffcv of Round Hill, Va- and Clar ence F Small of Washington, D. C and brother of Mrs. H. H. Cross and C. A. Small, both of Chicago, 111. There also are four grandchildren and one Sreat-grandson. Mr. Small rests at He Warner K. Pumphrey Funeral Home, 8434 Georgia ave.. Silver sprint. Md where services will be held on Tuesday. April 6. at 2 p.m. Interment Rock Creek Cemetery. BPOTTS, JOSEPH C. On Friday, April 1. 1956. at Emergency Hospital, JOSEPH C. SPOTTS of 216 R si n.w.. husband of RUla Bpotts. He also lg survived by three sisters, two brothers, a host of other relatives and friends. The late Mr. Spotts may be viewed at the Stewart Funeral Home, 30 H st. n.e., after 4 p.m. Tuesday. April 5, where services will be held. Wednesday, : April 6. at 1 p.m. Interment Wood lewn Cemeterv. 5 STOEK. GRACE L. Suddenly on Thurs day. March 31. 1955, at the Newton D Baker Veterans’ Hospital. Martlns burg. W Va- GRACE L. STOKE, be loved sister of Mrs. Faith stock Dai kam of Silver Bprlnc. Md. Service* ot the 8 H. Hine* Co. Funeral Hope, 2901 14th st. n.w., on Tuesday. April 5. at 10:30 a.m. Interment Arlington Cemetery. 4 STREETER. PRISCILLA W. On Satur- SwJKfIM aunt of J. Lee Walter T. and Lester P Wilkinson and Un. Mar W. War -^iH ,d ..^. r (e>, U !t" Rt • Pau7«* o Chufeh* mortal services at oi. Paul s enuren. Tuesday. April 5. at 12 naan. Inter ment Rock Creek Cemetery. Joseph H. Blandford, Marylander Leader, Farm Expert, Dies BY the Associated Press Joseph H. Blandford. 78, i Maryland agricultural and civic leader for many years, died yes- I terday in La Plata <Md.) Hos , pital. He suffered a heart attack : last Wednesday. | Mr. Blandford served for 11 ! years as State chairman of the 'Production and Marketing Ad j ministration and its predecessor. ! the Agricultural Adjustment Ad ministration (AAA). Sihce ids retirement in 1952, he developed Blandford Village, a community surrounding his home and faipi two miles south of Clinton. Before World War 1, Mr. Blandford served in the Mary land Legislature and for eight years (1908-16) was county road engineer in Charles County. ! During World War I he was su -perintendent of the Maryland State Lime Board Native of Prince Georges. A native of Prince Georges County Mr. Blandford served at various times as a member of the Board of County Commis sioners, a member of the County Orphans Court, and president of the Board of Managers of the Cheltenham School for Boys. In 1941, he was appointed by Secretary of Agriculture Claude j Wickard as acting chairman of : the Maryland State Agricultural Defense Board and chairman of the State AAA Committee. Married in 1919 In 1919, Mr. Blandford mar ried M. Pauline Mudd. Survivors include his widow: three sisters. Miss Alma Blandford and Mrs. Eugene S. Burroughs of Char lotte Hall, and Miss Sarah Blandford, Hyattsville, and a brother, Sprigg Blandford of Au Gres, Mich. Funeral serives will be con ducted at 10 a.m., Wednesday in St. John’s Catholic Church, Clinton Burial will be in St. John’s Cemetery. Iratljß STREETER. PRISCILLA. The officer* 1 ts. ana member* of Lebanon UVjz Chapter No. 25. O. E. 6- yazi are hereby advized of the death of Slater PRISCILLA AZ/ — STRLETER. on Saturday, W April 2. 1955. Memorial serv . * „ lees will be held on Tuesday, I April 6. 1955. at 12 noon in the Bt. Paul* Episcopal Church. Rock Creek Church rd. and Webster st. n.w. BETHEL G COOK. Worthy Matron. OSIE B. RITTER, Secy. STROTHER, CLARA JEBLICK. Os 7126 ; Sycamore st- Takoma Park. Md.. on April 1, 1955, wife of Aubrey W. ! Strother, sister of Mrs. Ernest Pum : nhrey and Andrew P. Jebllck. Services at Chambers Funeral Home, 3072 M st. n.w.. on Tuesday. April 5. at 2 p.m. Interment Arlington National Ceme tery. 4 TAYLOR GOLDINE V. (nee Kitchen). On Friday. April 1. 1955. at the United States Naval Hospital. Corpus Chrlstt. Tex., QOLDINE V. TAYLOR (nee Kitchen) of 828 North Wakefield st. Arlington. Va.. wife of the late Herbert M. Taylor, mother of James McNally of Charlottesville, Va.: Mrs. Amelia Wright of Kingsville. Tex.. and sister of Charles Kitchen of Ar lington. Va.: George Kitchen of Keoughtan. Va : Vernon Kitchen of Bethesda. Md.; Mrs. Annie McDaniels of Washington. D. C.' Mrs. Ruth Lar son of Atlanta. Oa- and Mrs. Naomle Ralston ot Arlington. Va. She also is survived by three grandchildren, Friends may call at the Ives Funeral Home, 2847 Wilson blvd.. Arlington. Va.. after 12 noon. Tuesday. April 6. where funeral services will be held on Wednesday. April 6, at 3 pmv Interment National Memorial TAYLOR, JENNIE S. On Saturday. April S' Arlington Hospital, JENNIE S. TAYLOR of 727 North Highland st.. Arlington, Va- beloved wife of Clarence Thomas Taylor, mother of Mrs. C. C. Maxwell. Alton T. and James N. Taylor. Friends may call at the Ives Funeral Home, 2847 Wilson blvd- Arlington. Va.. where funeral services will be held on Tuesday. April 6. at 2 o.m. Inter ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 4 t .HOMAB. MARY. On Saturday. April 2. 1955. at her residence. 511 F st. n.e- JJARY l HOM AS. beloved mother of Mrs. Martha Beckett. Mrs. Ellen Scott, **ri Luberta Mitchell. Mrs. Anna Smith, John T Frazier and William and Wash ington Thomas. She also leaves to mourn their loss, fourteen grandchil dren, seven great-irandchildren. seven great-great-grandchildren and a host of “(•her relatives and friends. Remains will lie in state at the Morning Star | Baptist Church. 932 26th st. n.w.. from ? »:>h. Tuesday. Ap.-il 5. until 12 noon Wednesday, April fi, where funeral Berv- Jces will be held at 1 p.m.. the Rev. c ; Murray officiating. Interment Lincoln Memorial Cemetery. ' Arrange ments by the John T. Rhlnes At Co. Funeral Home, 901 3rd st. s.w., Wash ington. D. C. TOMASHPOL. ELEANOR O. Suddenly, on Thursday, March 31. 1955, ELEA NOR O. TOMASHPOL of 1324 Savan nah st. s.e.. beloved wife of T/Bergt. frank Tomaahpol, U. 8. A. F.: sister of Harold Pierce and Mrs. Ruth Dares of Boston Mass. Friends may call at the Rinaldi Funeral Home. 816 H *t. n.e. Services at the Fort Myer Chapel on Tuesday. April 6. at 10 a.m. Interment Arlington National Cemetery. 4 TOMLINSON, SARAH LONG. On Sun d*y. April 3, 1955, at her residence, i ■Richmond. Va- SARAH LONO TOMLIN BON. beloved mother of A?” C. Gilbert Miller, grandmother of Charles Gilbert Miller, jr- William Tomlinson Miller, Mrs. J. B. Russell and Mrs. J. C. Brown. Mrs. Tomlinson also is survived by seven great-grandchil dren. Services at the Revillle Methodist Church, Richmond. Va- on Tuesday, April 5, at 10 a.m. Oraveslde services at Rock Creek Cemetery. Washington, S' c P m - Arrangements by Bennett Funeral Home. Richmond. Va. WINNER. HARRY E. On Saturday. April £■ Suburban Hospital. HARRY E. WINNER of 218 West Montgomery •y*v Rockville. Md- beloved husband of the late Anna M. Winner and brother of Mrs. Annie Lucua. Mrs. Clara Younserman. Mrs. Bernle Holland. Mrs. Margaret McKensle, Joseph. Frank. Agnes and Harry C. Winner. Friends are invited to call at the Colonial Fu ser5 er u* ~f on i' of Robert E. Pumnhrey, Rockville, Md. Services Tuesday. April 6' at St Mary's Catholic Church. Rock ville. Md- where requiem mass will be offered at 9 a.m. Interment. St. Mary’s Cemetery. Barnesville, Md. in iStttttnriam BATTENFIELD. JOHN E. AND KATH ERINE R. In loving memory of our dear father. JOHN E. BATTENFIELD, who departed this life five veart ago today. April 4. 1960, and our dear mother KATHERINE R. BATTEN FIELD. who departed thli life thirty years ago. March 7. 1925. Until memory fades and life departs, DEVOTED lI CHILDREN. In MABEL e jACK- E®!nJ!&E" n and w . ,l - CARRINGTON. JAMES W. AND NICYT. In sad but loving memory or our dear father. JAMES W. CARRINGTON, who died March 17. 1944, and mother. NICY E CARRINGTON, who died April 4 1961. Until memory fades and life departs. You will live forever in our hearts. THE CHILDREN. ♦ DUNNINGTON. BLANCHE. In fond and loving memory of mother. BLANCHE DUNNINGTON, who left us fourtaen years ago today. April 4, 1041. The world may change from year to year. _ Our lives from day to dav. But love and memory ot vou. mother, dear. Shall never pass away. RUTH, CLEM AND BILL. » LEE. KENNETH F.. who departed this life one rear ago today, April 4. 1954. Loving and kind In all hit ways. Upright and lust to the end of his days. Sincere and kind In heart aid mind. What a beautiful memory he left behind. HIS LOVINO WIFE. MABEL-L. LEE. • MEREDITH. louisT. In sad but lov ing memory of our beloved son and stepson LOUIS F. MEREDITH, who passed peacefully away 20 yeare ago today. April 4. 1935. The beautiful memory you leSh behind Ungers forever In our mtnds. Though Ood has taken you a War You are with us each and every day. HIS LONELY MOTHER. KffiEL*MERE [YS A M# prATHKR ' W.IL PEnN. LT. CARLTON C.. Jr. (BUDDY ■ in PSiss In action off Formosa tan years ago today. April 4. 1945. Our family circle has been broken. A link gone from our chain: , Geofje M. Htaetm, World War I Veteran George McPhall Minetree. 70, oi the Calvert Woodley apart ments here, died Saturday at Garfield Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. Mr. Minetree was the son of the late Col. Joseph Powhatan | Minetree and Elizabeth Eppes . Minetree. : He was a graduate ot Wash ington and Lee University gnd i ; served as an Army lieutenant in , World War L He was a member ; of the Chevy Chase and Uni versity Clubs and Phi Delta ' Theta fraternity. Mr. Minetree is survived by three sisters, Mrs. H. B. Holli > field of the District, Mrs. George > H. Evans of Alexandria and Mrs. i Charles S. Fitts of Chicago. 1 Funeral services were to be held at 11 am. today at Oawler’s * Funeral Home, 1756 Pennsyl * vania avenue N.W. Burial was | to be in Rock Creek Cemetery. 1 Charles Harger, 92, i Publisher, Longtime s I Friend of President j ABILENE. Kans., April 4 UP).— [ Charles M . Harger, 92, news > paper publisher and founder of the Eisenhower Foundation, died j yesterday. s Mr. Harger had known the f President since Mr. Eisenhower’s 1 boyhood days in Abilene and was t instrumental in getting him an appointment to West Point. Kansas’ oldest active news paperman. Mr. Harger was pres ‘ ident of the corporation oper -5 ating the Abilene Reflector * Chronicle. Convention Official i He was a friend of several other j i Presidents in addition to Mr. | ( Eisenhower and had attended; ! every Republican National Con ■ | vention since 1908, serving in an ' | official capacity as assistant sec > retary. Mr. Harger’s writings through . j the years appeared in a number j ' j of national magazines and other i newspapers. s One of his most cherished; 1 projects was the Eisenhower: i Foundation. It operates Mr.! ) | Eisenhower’s boyhood home and , 71 museum, which houses many of j ■ | the President’s mementoes. Mr. j 1 Harger was the foundation’s first president. He also was one of: ii the founders and the first 1 teacher in the University of Kan- : s sas department of journalism. Was Widely Quoted Along with William Allen . White of Emporia, Kans., Mr. 5 Harger was for many years the J most quoted editor in the Mid e west. Last year he received the J first William Allen White Foun :; dation award for journalistic f | merit. * | Funeral services will be tomor e | row afternoon. Burial will be in ° i Abilene. j j Survivors Include three daugh ii ters, Mrs. Ross I. Parker of Chi * cago, Mrs. H. Donald Harris of J Westport. Conn., and Mrs. Giles ii S. Maxwell of Fort Myers, Fla. i t e I President Expresses ;| His Sorrow at Death i President Eisenhower today ■ expressed “the greatest personal i sorrow’’ at the death of Mr. j Harger. Mr. Eisenhower sent a per sonal telegram of sympathy, ! signed “Dwight, ** to Mrs. Parker, l elder daughter of Mr. Harger. s The telegram expressed the [ President’s regret at being un ; able to attend the funeral. Mr. 7 Eisenhower designated Maj. Gen. ‘ John M. Lentz, commander of the 10th Corps and commandant of the Army General School at * Fort Riley, Kans., to represent I him at the funeral. •j “I owed much to him and his s passing is a matter of the s greatest personal sorrow,” the £ President wired Mrs. Parker. l 1 === lit JHmortam I f QUEEN. LILLIAN E. In lovlnx memory f of our mother. LILLIAN E. QUEEN. > who passed away one year ago today, 1 April 4. 1954. ° How we miss your smiling face, t But vou left us to remember. None on earth can take your place, z The happy home we once enjoyed. . How sweet the memory still. 1 But death has left the loneliness The world can never fill. 1 THE CHILDREN. MAURICE. MELVIN t AND LILLIAN. • ; ROBINSON. JOHN H. In sad but loving ; remembrance of my dear husband, r JOHN H. ROBINSON, who passed away 1 five yeare ago today. April 4. 1960. Ood too*k him first and 1 remain i To walk the road alone: Now I live in memory’s garden Os happy days we have known. I Hts memory le all we have now. The tears are all at rest, 1 But thankful are we today who can say, 1 We loved him and did our best. He had a smile for everyone, His heart as good as gold: To those who knew and loved him. HU memory will never grow old. - HIS DEVOTED WIFE. ESSIE M. ROB r INBQN; DAUGHTER AND SISTER. * !• SIMMONS. EMMA J. In lovlag memory \ of our dear mother. EMMA J. SIM r MONS. who departed thU life eleven ' years ago. April 3. 1944. ’ Some have forgotten > Now that you have gone. But we shall always remember. No matter how long. I IRENE. CORA AND VIRGINIA, » SIMON, CHRISTOPH. In loving memory of my dear husband and our loving * father. CHRISTOPH SIMON, whom Ood r celled home April 4. 1946. Though other memories fade away Upon this mortal shore. Your memory, like the laurel. Stays green forevermore. HIS LOVINO WIFE. ALMA. AND CHIL- DREN ; SMITH. EDWARD. In loving remem- J brance of my dear husband. EDWARD “ SMITH, who passed away nine year* 1 ago today. Aoril 4. 1946. Bit life Is a beautiful memory, HU absence a silent grief: He sleeps In Ood’s beautiful garden In the eunahlne ot perfect peace. Some day I hope to meet him In that land ao bright and fair. For Jesus. Our Savior, invites us - His beautiful home to share. s HIS LOVINO WIFE. LUCY B. SMITH. AND FAMILY. •_ Snowden. UHESLEY T. In loving mem '• ory of our eon and brother. CHESLEY . T. SNOWDEN, who departed, this Ute t one year ago today, April 4 1 1954. Ood knows how much we miss you. : Never shall your memory fade; “ You are In our thought! and prayer* l Today and TAYLOR. ARTHUR G. in loving memory of my dearly beloved husband. ARTHUR G. TAYLOR, who passed peacefully away four year* ago today. April 4. 1951. There are time* my heart U lonely. - When friends who are true are few. And then comes memory flowing „ Withering thoughts, dear husband. * Os you and your sweet understanding, d That was there tor my every need. * And then I am happy in knowing That 1 had a treasure Indeed. Br S ? ttySSK' In memory'* frame I shall keep A , *£3i!p« s-JSx-awa’-.0. Mrs. Alexander Lee, 78, D. C. Resident More Than 50 Years Mrs. Alexander McDannold Lee, 78. a Washingtonian for more than 50 years, died Saturday in a Washington convalescent home after an illness of about five months. Mrs. Lee was the daughter of the late Thomas A. McDannold and Frances Knight McDannold, of Frederick, Md- She lived at 3411 Newark street N.W. j She was the great grand- j daughter of William Murdock Beall, a Frederick banker who | was an intimate friend of United States Chief Justice Roger B. Taney, and the granddaughter of John Knight, a cotton mer chant of Natchez, Miss. On her father’s side, she was descended from the Hendersons, a family prominent in ante bellum Louisiana and Mississippi. Mrs. Lee was born in Orange, N. J., but moved to Fredeiick as a child. She was educated in Baltimore. She came to Wash ington in 1902. , She was a member of the Na tional Presbyterian Church for 50 years and a member of the Washington Club, the Colonial Dames and the English Speak ing Union. She is survived by four chil dren. Navy Comdr. Richard -L Lee of Panama City. Fla.; Mrs. Myres S. McDougal, New Haven, Conn.; Mrs. M. Jastrow, Levin, Baltimore, and Mrs. Rebecca Lee Harper, Redlands, Calif., and nine grandchildren. Services will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow at the Cline funeral home, Frederick. Burial will be In the family plot in Mount Olivet Cemetery, Frederick. The Rev. Edmund J. Lee, brother-in-law to the deceased, will preside at the services. Horace E. Ackerman, Salesman at Garfinckel's Horace E. Ackerman, 61. a salesman in the women’s shoe department of Garflnckel's, died yesterday (of a heart attack at j his home, 3017 Medway street, Wheaton, Md. i Born in Decatur, 111., Mr. I Ackerman attended McKinley | High School here. During World War I he was in the Army i overseas. He worked at the ! former Burt's Shoe Co. at Four i teenth and F streets N.W. until he began work at Garflnckel’s about 25 years ago. Mr. Ackerman was a member of Potomac Masonic Lodge and Cissel-Saxon American Legion Post No 41 • Survivors are his widow, Anna Gafney Ackerman; a son. Robert E„ 11712 Viers Mill road, Silver Spring; Mrs. Bettie Ann Griffis, 3015 Medway street, Wheaton; Mrs. Ruth Carroll Crifasi, 2017 Iverson street, Hillcrest Heights, Md.; a brother, Charlie W„ Alta Vista, Md, and five grand children. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at Warner Pum phrey’s funeral home, Silver Spring. Burial will be in Ar lington Cemetery. Mrs. Margaret Ward, 78, Native of District Mrs. Margaret Shreve Ward. 78, a native of Washington, died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Marcel F. Ancher, 1701 Rhode Island, avenue N.W., late Saturday. Mrs. Ward, the widow of Wil liam Harry Ward of Norfolk, was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Rivard H. Shreve. Her late husband was associated with the YMCA and various civic or ganizations in Norfolk. Besides Mrs. Ancher, Mrs. Ward is survived by another daughter, Mrs. W. Colbert Willi ford of Norfolk; a son, William Harry Ward of the Rhode Island avenue address; a brother, Wal ter E. Shreve, and a sister, Mrs. Lloyd Bohanon, both of the Dis trict. Funeral services will be held at 10 am. tomorrow in Norfolk. Burial will be in the Forest Lawn Cemetery there. Col. C. E. Dentler, 95, Oldest West Pointer PORTLAND, Oreg., April 4 UP). —Col. C. E. Dentler, 95, be-' lieved to have been the oldest living graduate of West Point, died at his home Saturday. Col. Dentler was born April 9, 1859, at Pittston, Pa. He was graduated from West Point in 1884. Ten years later he came to Oregon to become the first Army commandant of cadets at Oregon State College. He saw 42 years of active serv ice, including the Indian cam paigns in Arizona, the Spanlsh- Amerlcan War, Philippine insur rection, Cuban pacification and World War I. He retired from active service in 1923. Mrs. Arthur Snowden, 69, Former D. C. Resident Mrs. Arthur Snowden, 69, a Washington resident until she went to Florida to live eight years ago, died yesterday in Clearwater, Fla. She was the former E. Ann Jennings. She was a member of the Master Plumber's Ladles Auxiliary, the Washington So ciety of Clearwater and the Crest Lake Association of Clearwater. Besides her husband, she Is survived by a brother, Fred Jen nings, of Washington, and two grandchildren. Services and burial will be held Wednesday in Clearwater. D. Wentworth Wright FLEMINGTON, N. J- April 4 UP). —D. Wentworth Wright. 56. prominent architect, died Satur day in Hunterdon Medical Cen ter after a long Illness. He was an architectural consultant for the Johns-Manrllla Corp. Mrs. Harry W. Streeter, 80, Founder of Anthem Society Maryland Woman Preached Love of Flag During World War I One night during World War X, Mrs. Harry W. Streeter had a ; dream. As a result, she dedi cated her energies toward popu larizing the National Anthem ; and in patriotic work over the | country. She died at a Washington i nursing- home Saturday at the age of 80. She had returned here last October from St. Petersburg, Fla., to live with a nephew, J. Lee Wilkinson, an architect, at 1026 Fifteenth street N.W. The former Priscilla Backett Wilkinson, Mrs. Streeter founded the. Sing America and the Star Spangled Banner Society during World. War I. The group was known later as the National' Anthem Association and she was its first president. Guns Drowned Out Anthem She started the organization after she had a dream that the playing of the national anthem at the opening battle of World War I was drowned out by the thunder of the guns as the United States went into its first battle. Mrs. Streeter decided then that the national anthem should never be dimmed out, that it should be played through and at more and more places. As a result of her efforts Wool | worth dime stores featured the singing of the national anthem : by their employes at opening and closing hours each day during World War 1. She persuaded department stores and schools to do the same. She got the Capital Traction Co. to halt f ill ’Bl J ■ vs . - • IP Phnfn ' —AP Photo. ROBERT B. ARMSTRONG Robert B. Armsfrong, Veteran Reporter and Former U. S. Worker Robert Burns Armstrong, Jr., 52, for 10 years Washington cor respondent of the St. Louis Globe-Democrat until early this year, died yesterday at Doctors Hospital of a heart attack. He was stricken a week ago at his home, 3435 Thirty-fourth place N.W. ' Mr. Armstrong was the hus band of Bess Furman of the New York Times Bureau in Washing ton. She was with the Asso ciated Press here when they were married in 1932. A veteran newsman, Mr. Arm strong had been a Washington correspondent for the Los An geles Times and the San Fran cisco Chronicle. Early in his career he worked on the Brpok lyn Eagle. Born in Washington. He was born In Washington and was educated at Western High School, Maryland Univer sity, Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Columbia Uni versity. He spent his childhood in Chi cago and Los Angeles, returning to Washington during World .War I when his father became head of the Washington bureau of the Los Angeles Times. Mr. Armstrong, sr., who died in 1946, was assistant Secretary of the Treasury from 1903 to 1905. Mr. Armstrong worked In the , office of the Secretary of the Interior for four years and in the Information division of the Federal Works Agency. In 1943 he joined the staff of the Wash ington Post. During World War EC he was a war correspondent on two assignments in Europe. Amateur Photographer He was a member of the Na tional Press Club. St. Louis Chapter of Sigma Delta Chi, the Newspaper Guild in St. Louis and Epiphany Church. He was an amateur photographer. Besides his widow he is sur vived by twins, who are 18 today, Robert Furman and Ruth Elea nor Armstrong. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at Epiphany Episcopal Church, 1317 G street N.W. Burial will be in Rock Creek Cemetery. His body is at Gawler’s funeral home. Delegations from the National Press Club and Women’s Na tional Press Club will attend the funeral. In S&ORTY IS THE OLD AGE OF YOUTHi 11/ FIFTY IS THE YOUTH OF OLD AGE” II I French Proverb occurs, p nf Npo \\ 1 somewhat less v\ ESBSB funeralhome l Mcv V UUOIOMUMI.N.V/ • uNoomrim^ lip f MRS. HARRY W. STREETER streetcars at midday for a patri otic pause. Mrs. Streeter worked, too, to have the American flag put in churches and lectured In the States op citizenship. Born in Calvert County Bhe was born at her maternal grandmother’s 1,000-acre home, His Lordship's Manor, in Snow Hill, Calvert County, Md. The home was an original land grant from the King of England. She was the daughter of George P. 'and Henrietta Wilhemina Blake Wilkinson. Mrs. Streeter lived here until her husband went to Atlanta, Ga„ in 1929 with Southern Rail way. Later they moved to St. Petersburg. Mr. Streeter died in 1946. Mrs. Streeter was a member of the DAR and a life member of the Eastern Star. Besides Mr. Wilkinson, she Is survived by other nephews and nieces, Walter T. Wilkinson and Mrs. Lloyd A. Morrison, of Washington; Lester F. Wilkin son, Churchton. Md., and Mrs. W. Edgar Warner, Cheverly, Md. Services will be held at noon tomorrow at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, Rock Creek Church road N.W. Burial will be In Rock Creek Cemetery. James J. Gorman, Jr. r Washington Attorney James J. Gorman, Jr., 43, Washington attorney, died Sat urday at Georgetown Hospital. He lived at 415 North George Mason drive, Arlington. Mr. Gorman was born In Ar lington. He was educated at Washington and Lee High School, the University of Vir ginia and was a 1938 graduate of National University Law School. His law offices were in the Co lumbian Building. During World War n he was with the Office of Strategic Serv ices in the European theater. He was a member of the Dis trict Bar Association and Co lumbia Masonic Lodge, No. 255, in Arlington. Survivors are his widow. Mrs. Juliet Hensley Gorman; two sona, James HI and Michael Jay Gorman, both of the home; his mother and two brothers, Mrs. Lessie Gorman and Robert Gor ! man, both of Miami, and Frank lin Gorman, Falls Church. Services will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Ives funeral home. Arlington. Burial will be in Co lumbia Gardens Cemetery. Harry McKinley Hart, Government Accountant Harry McKinley Hart, 63. a Maritime Arministration ac countant for the last 37 years, died Saturday at his home, 926 Massachusette avenue N.W. Mr. Hart was born near Evans ville, W. Va. He taught school in his native State and later was a high school principal there. During World War I he was in the Army. At one time he was clerk at the former Arlington Hotel on Vermont avenue. Mr. Hart was a member of Stansbury Masonic Lodge, the American Legion and was a first lieutenant in the Field Artillery. His wife, the former Bessis Jones, a Veterans Administration employe, died in 1950. Suvlvors are a daughter, Mrs. Mary Betty Albert, Marion, Mass., and a brother, Walter L. Hart, Morgantown, W. Va. Services will be held at 2 p.m.* tomorrow at Hines funeral home, 2901. Fourteenth street N.W. Burial will be in Arlington Cemetery. * Loudoun Civil Defense LEESBURG, Va., April 4 (Spe cial).—A mass meeting of coun ty, civic and patriotic organiza tion members and others inter ested in helping Loudoun’s civil defense program will be held in the Loudoun County high school April 11. Col. E. George Griffith will show a movie on air de fense. RITCHIE BROS, FUNERAL HOME U*pw Maribere Md. Osr Choptli Will Ssst Otar 300 Patels aa-ar struts Phene Market 7-1391