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Ferdinand C. Seevers,
Lutheran Leader, Dies
Ferdinand C. Seevers, 62, i
principal of Concordia Lutheran
School in Hyattsville for 10
years until his retirement in
March, died yesterday at Ice
land Memorial Hospital in
Mr. Seevers had been ill for
the past 10 months. His death
was attributed to uremic poi-!
Since 1950, in addition to
his work of adding three class
rooms and providing a junior
high school curriculum at Con
cordia Lutheran, Mr. Seevers
had served on his church’s
Southeastern District Board of
Parish Education.
In this capacity, he was
supervisor of 45 Lutheran
schools in the Southeastern
District, which comprises Dela
ware, Maryland, Virginia, the
two Carolinas and the District
Os Columbia. When he took
on the job in 1950, the South
eastern District boasted only
12 schools.
Cited in 1960
In 1960, Mr. Seevers was hon
ored with citations for his out
standing work, awarded by
both the Southeastern District
and the Concordia School.
Born in Treynor, lowa, Mr.
Seevers was graduarted from
Concordia Teachers College in
Seward, Nebr., in 1922. After
teaching in Lutheran schools
in Montana, Nebraska and
Missouri, he became principal
and teacher at a parochial
Raymond Evans, Ex-Chief
Os Agriculture Movie Unit
Raymond Evans, third chief,
of the Agriculture Depart
ment's motion picture service
find the man who supervised,
the service’s transition from'
silent to sound motion pictures,!
died Tuesday in Newark, Ohio.
Interested in fine old coun
try homes as well as in thei
fields around them, Mr. Evans;
directed the Agriculture De
partment film “The Home
Place.” and retired in 1944 to
supervise the building of his
own home in Newark.
He made the film “In the
Beginning," depicting the crea
tion and early development of!
mammals, for distribution to
farmer s’ groups such as
Granges and 4-H clubs. A short
version of the film, “How Ani-!
mal Life Begins,” won a silver:
cup at the 1940 assembly of the
International Institute of Ag
riculture in Rome.
Mr. Evans also won awards
for “Poultry, a Billion-Dollar
Industry,” and for “Clouds,” a
study which he personally pho
Mr. Evans was graduated
from Denison University in
Granville, Ohio, and joined the
department in 1914 after work
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William S. Clark, Viee Pres II
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He remained at Fort Smith
until 1943, when he accepted a
similar position at St. Louis,
Mo. He came here from St.
Louis in 1950 to take the jobs
which he held until illness
forced his retirement in March.
In addition to his school and
District work, Mr. Seevers
served as Sunday School Su
perintendent and choir director
at Redeemer Lutheran Church,
Hyattsville, and played the or
gan occasionally. He also was
active in the church’s Boy
Scout work.
Headed Youth Group
He was a former president
of the Mid-south zone of the
International Walther League,
a group of young Lutherans.
Mr. Seevers leaves his wife
Hilda A. of the family address,
5606 Thirty-ninth avenue,
Hyattville; his son, The Rev.
Charles J. Seevers, pastor of
Bethlehem Lutheran Church in
[Richmond, Va.; and two daugh
ters, Mrs. Vernon J. Wolfram
of Detroit, Mich., and Mrs.
Fred H. Kruelle of 2117 Ravens
wood street. Hyattsville; and
10 grandchildren.
Services will be at 1 p.m.
Monday at Redeemer Lutheran
Church, 3799 East-West high
way, Hyattsville. Burial will be
lin Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
The family asks that expres
sions of sympathy be in the
form of contributions to Con
cordia Lutheran School, 3705
Longfellow street, Hyattsville.
:(ing for several years as a news
.[paper reporter. He becam
, [ chief of the motion pictui
service in 1926.
h Mr. Evans leaves his wifi
i Louise, of Newark; a son Wai
[ren of Frederick, Md., and
[ daughter, Mrs. Helen Matthew
[of Granville, Ohio.
; P. K. Gravely,
! Board Chairman
12 (AP).—P. K. Gravely, chair
; man of the board of the China
American Tobacco Co. an
I former Mayor of Rocky Moun
5 died today. He was 74.
; j Mr. Gravely, who had been i
’[poor health, died at Nort
Carolina Memorial Hospital e
! Chapel Hill, where he recentl
’ underwent surgery.
Active in many fields, M
’ Gravely's last public assigr
ment was as a member of Go
I I Terry Sanford’s special coir
’ mittee studying a proposed A
Force bombing range in Eastei
' North Carolina.
M During his younger days, 1
; spent much time abroad c
■ business for his company, whic
.sold tobacco in China ar
[ other parts of the world.
He leaves his wife, a daughte
Mrs. Bruce Lea ol Rocky Moun
and one brother, Winsto
Gravely of Richmond, Va.
Funeral services will be £
[3 p.m. Saturday.
Murrow Returns
To U. S. for Rest
NEW YORK, Oct. 12 (AP
'j Edward R. Murrow, direett
of the United States Inforim
tion Service, arrived at Idlewil
Airport late yesterday from T<
heran, where he was stricke
[ with penumonia.
Mr. Murrow said he fe
'“shaky” but had received ej
cellent care in a Teheran hoi
[pital. He said he planned 1
! spend a week at his home nef
Pawling. N. Y., before returnir
[ to Washington.
Mrs. Daisy Jones,!
Mother of Nine
Mrs. Daisy E. Jones, 77,
mother of nine and grand
mother of 29, died Wednesday
at 3031 Thirtieth street S. E.
Mrs. Jones was the widow of
the late William Doyle Jones
of Greensboro, N. C., a telegraph
operator for the Southern Rail
Born in Greensboro, N. C.,
Mrs. Jones came here in 1939
and lived with a daughter, Mrs.
Patrick A. Kelliher of the above
She leaves three sons, Luther,
of Salisbury, N. C.; Charles, of
Clinton, Md., and Lawrence of
Alexandria; and four other
daughters, Mrs. Margaret Gil
christ of Norfolk, Va.; Mrs.
Louise Woodside of Hyattsville,
Mrs. Maurice Sokel of Oreland,
Pa., and Mrs. Dorothy Guy of
Loveville, Md. Another son I
died several months ago.
Mrs. Jones also is survived
by two stepsons, William
Drewey of Mobley, Mo„ and
John Howard, of Greensboro,,
N. C.; and two stepdaughters,
Mrs. Annie Ayres of New York, :
jand Mrs. Virginia Shelton ofi'
I Greensboro.
Services were today at Lee's
Funeral Home. Burial was in :
Fort Lincoln Cemetery. h
James A. Zerega,
Ex-Tavern Owner
James A. Zerega, 59, retired ;
[tavern owner, died at Sibley ,
Hospital Wednesday after a;
two-year illness.
Born here, Mr. Zerega at
tended Webster Elementary
School, then traveled to Italy
with his father. He also spent;
[ time in South America and
Boston before returning here
in 1934.
j He went into the tavern busi- j
iness in 1939, and in 1959 turned
the business, Jimmy’s Tavern,)
[over to his son, S. John, who*
I survives him at 5306 Twenty-;
| ninth place S.E.
Mr. Zerega also leaves his
, wife, Teresa, of the family ad
[ dress, 519 Massachusetts .ave
nue N.W., and two brothers,
Domenic Zerega, of 4402 Ches
apeake street N.W., and Andrew
P„ of 2908 M street N.W.
Services will be at 10 a.m. 1
tomorrow at Holy Rosary Cath
jolic Church, Third and F streets
N.W. Burial will be in St.
: Mary’s Cemetery.
Elias Benesch, 73,
Ex-CIA Courier
Elias Benesch, a former
courier for the Central Intel
ligence Agency, died Tuesday
at Hadley Memorial Hospital.
Mr. Benesch, 73, had been
hospitalized since he suffered
a heart attack three weeks ago.
Born in Baltimore, he at
tended public schools there be- j
fore coming to Washington
around 1927. He worked as a
concessionaire in local theaters
|for a number of years before he
went to the CIA after World
War U. During the summer he
ran concessions at Glen Echo
amusement park. He retired
three years ago.
He was a member of Veter
ans of World War I of the
U. S. A., Inc.. Southeast Bar
racks 665. and of the Kenna
Maine Post. American Legion.
He leaves his wife. Alice, of
the home address at 3105 Wa
clark place S.E.; a daughter,
Mrs. Gordon J. Rollman of
Forest Heights, Md., and three
Funeral services will be at
11:15 am. tomorrow at As
sumption Catholic Church,
3411 Nichols avenue S.E. Burial
will be in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
U. S. Health Officers
Elect Pennsylvanian
Dr. ‘Charles L. Wilbar. secre
tary of health of Pennsylvania,
was elected yesterday as presi
dent of the Association of State
and Territorial Health Officers.
Other new officers are Dr.
Andrew C. Offutt, Indiana
State health commissioner, vice
president, and Dr. Ralph E
Dwork, Ohio director of health,
. . . “So Well Remembered"
IT hen you can no longer stretch out a hand in
friendship, sending flouers —for remembrance—
is a natural comforting gesture. There is then a
feeling of saying tee recall with affection —that
everything ice remember is good. Always, the
sending of flowers is gentle solace to the giver
as well as to those who mourn—for one so well
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Sylvester Brown,
Pullman Employe
Sylvester Brown, 58, a rail
road car cleaner for the Pull
man Co., died Monday at his
| home, 1225 G street n.e.
Born here, Mr. Brown was a
member of Metropolitan Wes
ley African Methodist episco
pal Zion Church.
He leaves his wife. Fannie,
and two sons. James and Har
old, all of the family address;
five brothers, Joseph, John,
George, Stanley and Emmanuel,
and three sisters, Mrs. Ruth
Jackson, Mrs. Grace Hum
phries and Miss Leona Brown,
all of Washington, and six
Services will be at 1 p.m.
tomorrow at Metropolitan Wes
ley AME Zion Church, North
Capitol and R streets. Burial
will be in Lincoln Cemetery.
Arthur L. Milk
Retired Official
Os Sylvania Firm
Arthur L. Milk, 56. a retired
vice president in the govern
ment relations branch of Syl
vania Electric Products, Inc.,
died Wednesday at Cocoa j
.Beach, Fla.
Mr. Milk, who joined Syl
vania in 1925, held a number
of advertising and sales posi
tions with the company, and
in 1940 was made assistant to
the general manager of the
[electronic tube division.
During World War II he i
served as Sylvania’s govern-*
Iment representative here, and,|
in 1947 became director of the
Government Relations Depart- j
ment, which he established.
In the government relations
job, Mr. Milk was responsible;
for liaison between the com-1
pany’s various divisions and
Federal agencies. He was
! elected as vice president in
After his retirement in 1960,1
[Mr. Milk became a consultant
;to the company, and served as
! its special representative in the
> Cape Canaveral (Fla.) area.
jHe lived in Sharpes, Fla.
' [ Mr. Milk leaves his wife,
Funeral and burial services
will be held in Florida tomor
Dr. Soblen Cremated
At London Service
LONDON, Oct. 12 lAP). -
The body of Dr. Robert Soblen
was cremated yesterday with
no one present at the service
but five reporters.
The ashes of the convicted
Soviet spy, who committed sui
cide here while resisting efforts
to return him to the United
States, will be flown to New
i York next week.
Dr. Herbert Richer conduct
ed the brief service partly in
English and partly in Hebrew
AHEARN. EDWARD M. On Thursday.
October 11. 1962, at Sibley Me
| monal Hospital. EDWARD M.
AHEARN of .1725 Macomb st. n.w .
husband of Doris B. Ahearn. father
of Edward Allen Ahearn. Anne Marie
Ahearn and Kathleen Denise Ahearn
and brother of Mrs. Mary Beebe.
Mrs. George A. Nealom. both of Wash
ington. D. C : Mrs. D. V. Cronin.
Mrs. Walter J. O'Brien of Tucson.
! Ariz.. and John C. Ahearn of Seat
tle. Wash. Friends may call at
Gawler's Chapel. Wisconsin ave.
at Harrison st. n.w. (parking on
premises*. Services will be held at
i Fort Mver Chapel on Monday. Octo
ber 15. at 10 am. Interment Ar
lington National Cemetery. 14
ATKINS. ALLIE T. Suddenly, on
Thursday. October 11. 1962. ALLIE
T. ATKINS of 5405 ;»sth ave..
West Hyattsville. Md.. beloved wife
j of the late John E. Atkins and
I mother of Mrs. Ina L. Anderson.
Mrs. Edna Mae Winburn. Raymond
E Edward R. and George W.
Atkins She also is survived by
six grandchildren. Relatives and
i friends may call at Gasch's Funeral
Home. 4 7119 Baltimore ave.. Hyatts
ville. Md.. where services will be
held on Monday. October 15. at
2 p.m. Interment Fort Lincoln
Cemeterv. Visiting hours after 10
! a.m. Saturday. M
I Monday. October S. 1962, JAMES
| WESLEY BALTHROPE of 1541 lid
st. n.w.. devoted husband of Essie
Balthrope. father of John W.. Oliver
W . Nathaniel R.. Albert I. and
Joseph Raymond Balthrope. Mrs.
Clara N. Smith and Richard Em
> mitt Balthrope. He also is sur
vived by fourteen grandchildren,
eight great-grandchildren. other
relatives and friends. After 4 p.m.
Friday. October 12. friends may
call at the Frazier Funeral Home.
1189 Rhode Island ave. n.w. Fu
-1 services on Saturday. October
1.1. at 1 pm., at the Vermont
Avenue Baptist Church, 1630 Ver
mont ave. n.w., the Rev. C. T
Murrray. pastor. Interment Lincoln
Memorial Cemetery. 12
ENESCH. ELIAS. Os 3105 Waclark
place s.e.. on October 9. 1962. be
loved husband of Alice Benesch.
father of Mrs. Gordon J. Rollman
and grandfather of Joseph. Linda
and Kevin Rollman. Prayers at
Chambers’ Funeral Home. 517 11th
st. s.e.. on Saturday. October 13.
at 10:45 am. Mass In Assump
tion Church. 3411 Nichols ave. s.e.,
at 11:15 a.m. Interment Cedar Hill
Cemetery. 12
iF.NESCH, ELIAS. Officers and mem
i ?jv bers of Southeast Bar
racks. No. 665, Veterans
XJSD hi ot World War I, USA.
are requested to attend
raxwMCT services for our late mem
y&tfXZy ber. ELIAS BENESCH. on
Friday. October 12. 1002.
at 8 p.m. at Chambers’
Funeral Home. 517 11th st. s.e.
B. A. KING. Commander
E. A. ESLIN. Quartermaster.
IRACEY, TOM. On Bunday. Octo
ber 7.1962. at the District General
Hospital. TOM BRACEY of 301 H st.
n.e., beloved husband of Mrs. Edna
Braeey. He also leaves two sisters.
Mrs. Cleo Davis and Mrs. Maggie
Brown of Camden. S. C.; one broth
er. Rally Braeey: ,two sisters-in
law. two brothers-ln-law and many
other relatives and friends Re
mains will lie in state at the Greater
New Hope Baptist Church. 816 Bth
st. n.w., after 6 p.m. Friday. Oc
tober 12. Funeral services on
Saturday. October 13. at 1 p.m .
the Rev. Charles Hamilton officiat
ing. Interment Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery. Arrangements by Henry
8. Washington Si Bons. 12
IRICE, WILLIE. On Monday. Octo
ber 8. 1962. WILLIE BRICE of 633
Kenilworth terrace n.e. He is sur
vived by a devoted wife. Mrs. Ida
M Brice; seven children. Girard.
Garfield. Lloyd. Willie, jr.: Ann
Marie, Kathleen and Robert Brice;
three sisters, two brothers and many
other relatives and friends. After
12 noon Sunday, October 14.
friends may call at Lowe’s Funeral
Home. 1425 Maryland ave. n.e..
where funeral services will be held
on Monday. October 15. at 1 pm.
Interment Arlington National Cem
etery. 14
day. October 8. 1962. SYLVEBTF.R
H. BROWN of 1225 G st. n.e.. be
loved husband of Mrs. Fannie
Brown, father of Harold and James
Brown, brother of Miss Leona
Brown. Mrs. Ruth Jackson, Mrs.
Grace Humphries. Joseph.% John.
George. Stanley and Emanuel Brown.
He also is survived by seven sisters
in-law. three brothers-ln-law and
other relatives and friends. Re
mains may be viewed at his
residence after 4 p.m. Friday. Oc'
tober 12. Funeral services on Satur
day. October 13. at 1 p.m., at the
Metropolitan Wesley A. M. E. Zion
Church. North Capitol and R sts.
n ; w.. the Rev. R. H. Collins Lee
officiating. Interment Lincoln Me
morial Cemetery. Arrangements by
Barnes Si Matthews. 12
October 1 1 • 1962. ELIZABETH
BUCKNER of 2003 Bth st. n.w.
Notice of funeral later. Arrange
ments by Lowe's Funeral Home.
14-5 Maryland ave. n.e. 13
H’TLER, FRED. Officers and mem
bers of General Account
-ffigjgX ing Office Post. No. 48.
the American Legion, are
IwHI notified of the death on
Tuesday. October 9. 1962.
XUr of Comrade FRED BUT
. LER. and arp requested to
attend the National Guard of Honor
memorial services at 8 p.m. Bunday,
October 14. at the S. H. Hines Co.
Funeral Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.
Interment l p.m, Monday. October
Arlington National Cemetery.
day. October 10. 1962. at Doctors
1629 Columbia rd. n.w., sister of
Mrs. Pauline Scammel. Friends may
call at the 8. H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. -901 14th st. n.w. (parking
facilities!. Services at the New
f *^ ven ,V e Presbyterian Church.
1313 New York ave. n.w., on Satur
day. October 13, at 11 a.m. In
terment Glenwood Cemetery.
31'RCiY, MISS MARIE. Os the Argonne
ygSSSav Apartments. 1629 Colum
bia rf i n.w. She was a
£ £3- In member of the Interna
ls jßfr l® tional Printing Pressmen
aI_LV. .1. gs a nd Assistants' Union. Fu
ntilffillr neral services will be held
on Saturday. October 13.
1962. at 11 a m . at the New York
Avenue Presbyterian Church and the
Lincoln Chapel. Remains resting
at the 8 H. Hines Co. Funeral
Home. 2901 14th st. n.w.
Int. Secy.-Treas.
BURKE. FRENCH L. On Tuesday.
October 9. 1962. FRENCH L.
BURKE of 4718 Blaine st. n.e,. be
loved husband of Deloin G. Burke
ana devoted father of Almon 8..
French M and Jay A. Burke. Also
surviving are five grandchildren,
two brotheis, one niece, two neph
ews. other i®latives and mans
friends After 4 p.m. Friday friend?
are invited co call at his lat(
residence. Funeral from the Israe
Baptist Church. 632 11th at. n.e.
at 1 p.m. Saturday. October 13
Interment Harmony Memorial Park
Arrangements by McGuire, Inc. 1'
October 9. 1962. at Casualty Hos
loved husband of Mrs. Ina L
Cieutat and father of Mr. Jame?
E. Cieutat. Friends may call al
the Lee Funeral Home. 4th st
and Mass ave. n.e., where services
will be held on Friday, October
12. at I p.m. Interment Washing
ton National Cemetery. 12
COLE. WILLIAM N. On Wednesday.
October 10. 1962. WILLIAM N.
COLE of 1346 A st. s.e., the be
loved husband of Mrs. Rosa Cole.
He also leaves a stepson, John
Tyler; a brother. Sam Cole; a niece,
an aunt. Mrs Ida Lee of Kansas
City. Mo., and many other rela
tives and friends. Notice of funeral
later. Arrangements by Alexander
5. Pope.
COOK. LILLIAN. On Tuesday. October
9. 1962. LILLIAN COOK of 91H 44th
st. n.e. beloved wife of the iate
Henry Cook, aunt of Robert Joseph
and Calvin Palmer and Helen Adams.
Bhe leaves to mourn her loss three
sisters-in-law. one brother-in-law. a
host of other relatives and friends
After 12 noon Sunday, friends may
call at the Malvan Si Schey Funeral
Home. 424 R st. n.w., where services
will be held Mondav. October 15, at
I nm. the Rev. Ernest Gibbs of
ficiating. Interment Harmony Me
morial Park. 13
DAVIS. CHARLES. On Tuesday. Oc
tober 9,1962. at Anne Arundel
General Hospital. Annapolis, Md.,
CHARLES DAVIS of Lothian, Md.,
beloved husband of Agnes Davis,
father of Mrs. Marvel Holt. Mrs.
Maggie Smith. Mrs. Mary Wallace,
Thomas, Charles. William and Aaron
Davis: brother of Mrs. Ellen Bias,
Mrs. Edna Spriggs. Mrs. Estelle Tay
lor. Mrs. Clara Blake. Albert. Sher
man and Owen Davis. He also
is survived by a host of other rel
atives and friends. The late Mr.
Davis will lie in state at Bollers
Chapel. Anne Arundel Countv. Md..
after 3 p.m Friday, October 12,
where services will be held on Satur
day. October 13. at 1 p.m. Inter
ment Moses Cemeterv. Services by
Stewart, 30 H st. n.e. 12
October 9. 1962, MAURICE A.
ENRIGHT, beloved husband of Mary
Asnes Enright, son of Mrs. Agnes
M Enright, brother of James F.
Enright. Brother Edwin Anthony.
F SC. and Jeremiah W. Sheehan
Relatives and friends may call at
the Collins Funeral Home. 3821
14th st. n.w.. where services will be
held on Saturday. October 13. at
II am. Interment Mount Olivet
Cemetery. 12
day. October 9. 1962, at Provi
dence Hospital, after a long illness.
Northampton drive. Silver Spring.
Md.. the beloved wife of Thomas
F Foley, mother of Thomas J..
Patricia Ellen and Michael James
Foley, daughter of Gertrude and
the late Lorman Harding, and sis
ter of Dorothy Sole and Melford
Harding. She also is survived by
three grandchildren. Funeral from
the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home,
4748 Wisconsin ave. n.w . on Satur
day. October 13. at 9:15 a m Re
quiem mass at St. Camillus Church,
1609 St. Camillus drive. Silver
Spring Md.. at 10 a.m. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery. 12
day. October 9. 1962. CATHERINE
E GINGELL. beloved wife of the
late Benjamin F Gingell. mother ol
Frank V and William T. Gmgell
sr grandmother of Vernon R and
William T. jr and Mary C. S
Fasick There also are nine great
grandchildren. Funeral from the
Walter W. Deal Funeral Home. 4812
Georgia ave. nw . on Saturday
October 13. at 10:30 a.m. Inter
ment Cedar Hill Cemetery. 12
Wednesday. October 10. 1962. at
his residence. 5301 Shadvside ave.,
Bradbury Park. Md.. ELIAS LEMUEL
GROOMS. Sr., beloved husband ol
Mrs. Fannie A Grooms, father ol
Mrs. M F Hennesy of Atlanta. C»a ;
Miss Edna L. Grooms, and Lem
Grooms of Washington. D. C.; grand
father of William P and Frank B
Pridgen of Tampa. Fla. Friends mas
call at the Lee Funeral Home. 4th
st. and Massachusetts ave. n.e.
where services will be held on Satur
day. October 13. at 1 Pm. Inter
ment Cedar Hill Cemetery.
Suddenly, in Yuma. Ariz.. Octobei
6. 1962 Funeral services in Spring
Hill Cemetery. Lynchburg, Va.. Oc
tober 15. at 12 noon. 14
day. October 6# 1962. at Yuma
San Francisco Calif , beloved son
of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Hardie,
jr.. and brother of Mrs. Raymond
F Bloszies of Gillettem. N J.. and
Mrs. W. Robert Brandes of Arling
ton Va Memorial services at the
S H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901
14th st. n.w., on Saturday. Octobei
13. at 11 a m (parking facilities)
Interment private. 12
Thursday. October 11. 1962. THEO
DORE R HARRIBGN of 4509 4oth
st Brentwood. Md. Notice o:
funeral later. Arrangements b 3
HOLFORD. RUTH L. On Thursday.
October 11. 1962. at Arlington Hos-
Sital. RUTH L. HOLFORD of 3125
outh 14th at., Arlington. Va.. be
loved wife of Frank N. Holford,
sister of Mrs. Florence Berry of
Washington. D. C.; Mrs. Virginia
Maxwell of Hartford, Conn.; Mrs. I
Roseannette Wellwood of West En
glewood. N. J.; mother of Mrs. M
Anne Hart of Arlington. Va : Mrs.
Ruth M Schenk of Springfield, Va
Frank L. of Baltimore. Md.; John
E and Warren H. of Bpringfleld.
Va . and Donald L. Holford of
Warrenton. Va. Bhe also Is sur
vived by twelve grandchildren.
Friends may call at the Ives Funeral
Home. 2847 Wilson blvd.. Arling
ton. Va.. after 2 p.m. Friday. Oc
tober 12, where there will be a
recitation of the rosary at 8 p.m
Requiem mass will be celebrated at
8f Thomas More Catholic Church.
101 North Thomas st.. Arlington.
Va.. at 12 noon Saturday, October
13. Interment Columbia Gardens
HOLLOWAY. ANNA. On Wednesday.
October 10. 1962. at D C. Village.
ANNA HOLLOWAY of 305 Peabody
st n.e., devoted wife of the late
Luther Holloway, beloved mother of
Mrs Janie Mae Herian. Mrs. Ethel
Pridgen. Calvin. Horace and Floyd
Holloway and Luther Holloway, jr.
She also leaves to mourn their loss
four sisters, nine brothers, other
relatives and many friends. Re
mains resting at the John T. Rhlnes
Co Funeral Home. 3015 12th st.
n.e. (ample parking facilities), where
friends may call after 2 •p.m Sun
day. October 14. Funeral services
on Monday. October 15. at 1 p.m.,
at the Mount Moriah Baptist Church.
17th and East Capitol sts,. the
Rev. R. G. Williams officiating.
Interment Woodlawn Cemetery. 13
day. October 9. 1962. JOHN THOM
AS HUNTER. 402 Division ave. n.e..
husband of Mrs. Sadie M. Hunter,
brother of Mrs. Lovelly H. Rice.
Iris and Booker W. Hihiter He also
is survived by other relatives and
friends. After 4 p.m. Sunday. Octo
ber 14. friends may call at Johnson
S: Jenkins Funeral Home. 4804
Georgia ave. n.w. Funeral Monday.
October 15. at 11:30 * «tw. from
True Grace Memorial House of
Praver. 205 V st. n.w.. Elder Keller
officiating. Interment Arlington
National Cemetery. 12.14
day. October 10. 1962. VINCENT
INTERLANTE of 7714 13th st. n.w..
father of Mrs. Angela D. Carman
and grandfather of Serguis D.. John
P. and Michael D. Carman. Mr. In
terlante rests at the Warner E.
Pumphrey Funeral Home. 8434 Ga.
ave.. Silver Spring. Md. (parking
> facilities). Mass will be offered for
the repose of his soul on Saturday,
October 13. at 9 a m . at St. Mat
thew’s Cathedral. 1725 Rhode Is
land ave. n.w Interment Mt. Olivet
Cemetery Friends may visit the fu
neral home after 2 p.m. Friday.
KAYE. LILLIAN W. On Wednesday.
October 10. 1962. at her residence.
5100 Monument ave,. Richmond.
Va.. LILLIAN W KAYE, beloved wife
of Frank A. Kaye and mother of
Charles R. McFarland and Henry
McFarland, all of Richmond. Serv
ices will be held on Friday. October
12. at 3 p m., at the Joseph W.
Bliley Funeral Home in Richmond.
Va Interment Oakland Cemetery,
Atlanta. Ga.
roll Manor. Avondale. Md.. on Oc
tober 10. 1962. sister of Mrs. Grace
Gibson. Mrs. Stella Nicholson and
Mrs Beulah Ballenger. Remains
at Chambers' Funeral Home. 5801
Cleveland ave . Riverdale. Md.. until
Saturday. October 13. at 8:30 a.m
Mass in Carroll Manor Chapel at
9 am. Interment Cedar Hill Ceme
S -4MUEL N. Suddenly, on
Thursday, October 11. 1962. at his
residence. 2710 Macomb st. n.w.,
BAMUEL N. LICHENS, beloved hus
band of Fannie B. Lichens and de
voted father of Mrs. Dorothy L.
Helprin of Bethesda. Md.. and Rich
ard G. Lichens. He also is sur
vived by three sisters, Mrs. Celia
Rubinstein. Mrs. Jean Rubinstein
and Mrs. Sadie Perlmutter. and
a brother. Irving Lichens, all of
New York. Funeral services at the
Bernard Danzansky Si Sons Fu
neral Home. 3501 14th st. n.w.
(narking facilities adjacent), on
Monday. October 15. at 10 am
Interment Arlington National Ceme
tery. i 4
On Thursday. October 11, 1962.
at his residence in Upper Marlboro.
GRUDER. husband of Mittie Hall
Magruder and father of M. H.
Magruder. Jr.: Florence H Magruder.
Mrs Thomas Vickery. Jr., and A.
Clarke Magruder. Mass will be
held at St Mary’s Catholic Church.
Upper Marlboro. Md.. on Saturday.
October 13. at 11 am. Interment
Fort Lincoln Cemetery.
EDNA F. Suddenly, on
Wednesday. October 10. 1962. at
Youngstown. Ohio. EDNA C. MAHAN
of 3 Leighton place. Silver Spring.
Md beloved wife of Thomas F.
; Mahan and mother of Alice E.
Huntt. George H. Evans. Edna E.
; Stan ey and Peggy A. Mahan. Fu
neral from the Taltavull Funeral
Home. .1603 14th st. n.w., on Mon
day. October 15. at 9:30 a.m Re
auiem mass at Bt. Bernadette’?
j Church at 10 a.m Interment Ar
- lington National Cemetery. Friend?
may call from 7 to 9 p.m. Satur
* da j October 13 and noon to 9 p.m
Sunday, October 14. 14
MAKEL. GARDVE H. On Tuesday.
; October 9. 196 2. at District Gen
eral Hospital. OARDIE H. MAKEL
of 4.6 Bth at. n.e. He leaves two
brothers. Sidney Makel of Aquasco.
Mri and Garfield Makel of Wal
dorf, Md.; two sisters, Mrs. Erma
Hill and Mrs. Mercie Spriggs of
Baltimore: many other relatives
and friends. Friends may call Fri
day. October 12, between 5 and 10
P.m.. at the funeral home of Alex
ander S Pope. 414 15th st. s.e..
where the rosary will be recited at
8 p.m. Solemn requiem mass will
be sung on Saturday. October 13.
at 9 am., at Bt. Cyprian’s Church.
s,s s e Interment
Mount Olivet Cemeterv. Family may
be contacted mrough Mrs. Alice
W. Ballard SP 3-8184.
day. October 9. 1962. TITUS LYDE
MASON. Jr., beloved husband of the
late Elsie Baer Mason, son of the
late Titus L. and E. Augusta Mason,
beloved brother of Mrs. Robert L.
Wood and devoted uncle of Thorn
ton Mason Wood. Robert Bruce Wood
and Mrs. George H. Auffinger. 3d;
Dr. Peter Baer Gontrum and
Bankard Frederick Baer. Friends
may call at his late home. 208 Eut
Joppa rd.. Towson. Md.. after To
am. Thursday. October 11. Serv
ices in the Towson Methodist
Church. Hampton lane at Dulaney
Valley ,rd.. on Saturday. October 13.
at 11 am. Inferment Druid Ridge
Cemetery. io
McRAE, RI'THA. On Monday. Octo-
1916 2d st. n.e. Friends may call
at the Malvan Si Schey. Inc., Fu
neral Home. New Jersey ave. and
R st. n.w., on Friday. October 12.
after 2 p.m. Funeral services will
be held at the First Baptist Church.
New Hampshire ave and Randolph
st. n.w.. on Saturday. October 13.
at l p.m. Interment Harmony Me
morial Park.
MFRREI.L. CORA. On Wednesday.
October 10. 1962. at Arlington Hos-
Rital. CORA MERRELL of 1317
orth Vermont st.. Arlington. Va..
beloved mother of Mrs Maurice
Disler. mother-in-law of Maurice R.
Dis er, grandmother of Lt. Jonathan
Disler and Jerome Disler. great
grandmother of Merrell Anne Disler.
Friends may call at the Ives Fu
neral Home. 2847 Wilson blvd.. Ar
lington. Va.. on Friday. October 12.
from 10 am. to 10 p.m. Funeral
services and interment Wayne.
Mich. 12
October 11. 1962. WALLINE NEL
SON of 3223 Warder st. n.w.,
beloved daughter of Joseph Nelson
and sister of Mary Henry. Joseph
Nelson, jr : Annie Harris. Susan
Hill and Leila Johnson. She also
is survived by other relatives and
many friends. Notice of funeral
later. Malvan Si Schey, Inc.. Mor
Tuesday. October 9. 196*:. CARL
loved son of William P and Mildred
L. Niemeyer of Chambersburg. Pa.:
brother of William P. Niemever. jr.:
Airman 1/c Clyde D. Niemeyer.
USAF. Okinawa: Sharon M. and
Teri A. Niemeyer of Chambersburg.
Pa : grandson of William Niemeyer
and Geneva p. Cromse. Services
Saturday. October 13, at 2 p m at
the Bethesda-Chevy Chase Funeral
Home of Robert A. Pumphrev. Be
thesda. Md. Interment Rockville.
October 11. 1362. at Suburban Hos
pital. Bethesda. Md.. CHARLES E
PLUMMER He leaves one son
Charles E Plummer, jr.; two sisters.'
Mrs. Bertha Peyton and Mrs. Alice
Wilkins; two brothers. Fermon and
, Melvin Plummer; one niece. Mrs.
Eleanor Magruder; three nephews.
Milburn. Russell and Sherman
Plummer: two sisters-in-law. Mrs
Mamie Plummer and Mrs Teresa
Plummer: other relatives and many
friends. After 6 p.m Saturday,
i October 13. friends may call fct the
Snowden Funeral Home. 246 North
Washington st.. Rockville. Md Fu
neral Sunday. October 14. at 2:30
i P.m.. at the Poplar Grove Baptist
Church. Poplar Grove. Md . the Rev
Edwin Prather officiating. Inter
ment church cemetery. 14
PRICE. BERNICE. On October 11.
1962. BERNICE PRICE of 4412
Lee st. n.e . devoted wife of Bennie
M Price, daughter of William and
Rebecca Byrd, sister of Mrs. Clara
Braxton. Mrs. Helen Falwell. Curtis
Gaines. Warren. Ulysses. William
and Daniel Byrd. Also surviving are
other relatives and many friends.
Notice of funeral later. Arrange-
I ments bv Rollins. 15
PROCTOR. LEO W. Departed sud
denly. on Tuesday. October 9. 1962.
at 5 p m.. LEO W. PROCTOR He
leaves to mourn a devoted wife and
daughter, his mother. Mrs. Carrie
Proctor: three brothers. Theodore.
Carl and Charles Proctor; two sis
ters. Mrs. Grace Brown and Mrs.
i Penelope Glover, and a host of
other relatives and friends. Serv
i ices will be held at the Bethel M E
[ Zion Church on Sa'urday. October
13. at 12.30 p m at Passaic. N J
JESSE Obituaries
0 ratlin
day. October 10, 1962. at his resi
dence. Hollv Grove rd.. Stiver Bnrini.
Md.. EDGAR B PUMPHREY. beloved
husband of Henrietta E. Pumphrey.
father of Mary Myers. Florence
Powell. Carrie Pumphrey. Herbert
R., John N.. Robert E and Edgar
E Pumphrey. Also surviving are
29 grandchildren, five great-grand
children. three foster grandchildren,
three sisters. Mrs. Carrie Brown.
Mrs Sadie Brown and Mrs. Louise
Lyons; one brother. William Gregg;
a host of other relatives and friends.
After 5 pm. Friday. October 12.
friends may call at his late resi
dence. Funeral Saturday October
13. at 2 pm. at the Mount Calvary
A. U. M. P. Church. Spencerville.
Md.. the Rev. R S Jones officiat
ing. Interment Ash Memorial Ceme
tery. Arrangements by the Snowden
Funeral Home. 12
October 11. 1 *62. CHRISTIAN F.
REUM of Bowie. Md.. beloved hus
band of Martha E. Reum and father
of Gladys Cross; brother of Mattie
Thompson of Washington. D. C.
He also is survived by a grand
daughter, seven nieces and five
nephews. Services at Gasch’s Fu
neral Home. 4739 Baltimore ave.,
Hyattsville. Md.. on Saturday. Oc
tober 13. at 11 a.m Relatives
and friends Invited. Interment Fort
Lincoln Cemetery.
Thursday, October 11. 1962. at the
Arlington Hospital. JOBEPHINE E.
REYNOLDB of 3909 N. 4th st . Ar
lington. Va.. beloved wife of the
late Albert Elmer Re; . olds, mother
of Glendon Justice, ir.: daughter
of Mrs. Mary L. Schilling, sister of
Joseph Grisier. Egg Harbor. N. J.
Friends may call at the Arlington
Funeral Home. 3901 N. Fairfax dr .
Arlington. Va.. after 10 am. Fri
day. where services will be held
Saturday. October 13. at 11 a.m. In
terment private.
RIVERS. HENRY. On Tuesday. Oc
tober 9. 1902 at 5210 River rd..
Washington 16. D. C., HENRY
RIVERS, son of the late George
and Sarah Rivers and brother
of Harriet Rivers. Walter Rivers.
Mary E Smith of New York City.
Mrs. Mattie Gray of Chicago. 111.,
and Mrs. Dora Summerville Woods;
one niece. Geraldine Rivers Thomas:
one nephew. Rudolph Gray; a host of
other relatives and friends. After 5
pm. Saturday. October 13. friends
may call at the Bnowden Funeral
Home. 246 North Washington st.,
Rockville. Md. After 10 a.m Sun
day. October 14. the body will lie
In state at the Macedonia Baptist
Church. River rd.. Bethesda. Md..
where funeral services will be held
at 1 p.m . the Rev Jones of
ficiating. Interment Lincoln Me
morial Cemetery. 13
ROGERS. CLAUDE A.. Br. Os 9511
Pleasant Plains rd.. Damascus, Md..
on October 10. 1902. husband of
Annie R. Rogers, father of Mrs.
Hazel Wortech of Baltimore. Md ;
Mrs. Ruth Shifflett. Jane V. Rog
ers. Charles N. Rogers of Baltimore.
Md.. and Claude A. Rogers. Jr.;
brother of Mrs. Della Mathers and
William Rogers. Services at Cham
bers’ Georgetown Funeral Home.
3072 M st. n.w . on Monday. Octo
ber 15. at 12:15 p.m. Interment
Arlington National Cemetery. 14
day. October 11. 1902. FERDINAND
C. SEEVERS of 5006 59th ave..
Hyattsville. Md.. beloved husband
of Hilda A. Beevers. father of Rev
C. J. Seevers of Richmond. Va ;
Mrs. Vernon J. Wolfram of Detroit.
Mich., and Mrs. Fred H. Kruelle of
Hyattsville. Md. Also surviving are
ten grandchildren. Friends mav call
at Nalley's F’uneral Home. 3200
Rhode Island ave. at Eastern ave.
n.e.. where the family will receive
friends on Friday. October 12. from
0 to 10 p.m. and Saturday. October
13. from 2 to 4 p m and 0 to 10
p.m. Mr. Seevers will lie in state
in Redeemer Lutheran Church. 3799
East-West hwy . Hyattsville. Md
after 3 p.m. Sunday until 12 noon
Monday. October 15. Funeral serv
ices will be held Mondav at 1 p m
at Redeemer Lutheran Church, rel
atives and friends Invited. Inter
ment Fort Lincoln Cemetery. Ex
pressions of Sympathy may be
made In the form of contributions
to Concordia Lutheran Bchool. 14
day. October 10. 1962. at her resi
dence. 720 Kenyon st. ti.w.
mother of Miss Doris W. Spencei
and sister of Worth Green. Alsc
surviving are a sister-in-law. Mrs
Mary Green: a brother-in-law. Al
bert Harris, and other relatives ant
many friends. After 4 p.m. Fri
day, friends are invited to call a
the McGuire Funeral Home. IR2<
9th st. n.w Funeral from th
Balem Baptist Church. 917 N st
n.w.. at 11 am. Saturday, Octobe
13. Interment Carver Memoria
Park. 12
STEELE. JAMES H. On Tuesday. Octo
ber 9. 1962. JAMES H STEELE C
1220 55th ave.. Hillside. Md.. bt
loved husband of Ruth A Steel
father of Virginia Woodside. Cli:
ford Steele (stepson), Julia Kim
Agnes Wooten and George Oressetl
brother of Mrs. W. R. King. Friend
may call at the Robert A Matting
ly Funeral Home. 131 11 th st. s.e
(parking facilities), where service
will be held on Saturday. Octobe
13. at 11 a m. Relatives and friend
invited. Interment Cedar Hil
October il. 1962. EDWARD H
STETTER of 2505 Valley way
Cheverly. Md.. beloved husband ol
June A. Stetter and brother ol
Mrs. Weston Rice and Frederick A
Stetter. He also is survived bj
his mother. Edna Z. Herbert Mr
Btetter rests at Gasch's Funeral
Home. 4739 Baltimore ave., Hyatts
ville. Md Services at the Cheverly
Community Church. Cheverly. Md
on Tuesday. October 10. at 12:3(1
p.m. Relatives and friends invited
Interment Arlington National Ceme
tery with full military honors.
Friends may call after 5 p.m. Sat
urday. 15
Wednesday. October 10. 1962. at
Suburban Hospital. MISS BADIE E
STOCKMAR of the Woodner Apts
sister of Mr Henry Green of Las
Vegas. Nev. Friends may call at the
8. H. Hines Co. Funeral Home. 2901
14th st. n.w.. after 11 a.m. Friday
October 12 (parking facilities)
Services from the Chapel of th«
Holy Grail at Fort Lincoln. Mon
day. October 15. at 11 am. En
tombment Fort Lincoln Mausoleum
Wednesday. October 10, 1962. al
the Alexandria Hospital. FORRES!
Custis ave.. Alexandria, Va . hus
band of Mrs. Troy Lee Tankersley
father of James L. and Williarr
Y. Tankersley. brother of Clarenc*
E Tankersley Funeral services or
Monday. October 15. at 9:45 a.m.
at the Cunningham Funeral Home
Cameron and Alfred sts.. Alexan
dria. Va. Interment Arlington Na
tional Cemetery. 13
October 9. 1962. at Freedmen’?
Hospital. ANNIE G TAYLOR of 2f
46th st n.e.. beloved aunt of Mrs
Zelma Thornton and Freeler Wil
liams. She also is survived b\
other relatives and many devoted
friends. The late Mrs Taylor maj
be viewed at the above residence
after 3 p.m. Friday. October 12
Funetal on Saturday. October 13
from the Shiloh Baptist Church
9th and P sts. nw.. at 12 noon
Interment Harmony Memorial Park
Services by Stewart. 30 H st. n.e
TAYLOR, ANNIE G. Officers anc
K Ji members of Queen ol
Sg] Sheba Chapter. No. 2. O
E S.. P. H. A., are noti
fied of the death of Sistei
vy neral services on Saturday
V October 13. 1962. at" IS
noon, at the Shiloh Baptist Church
9th and P sts. n.w. Officers anc
members please attend.
TAYLOR, ANNIE G. Officers ant
n members of the Ladies
First Aid Union 0:
•• Churches. Inc., are re
quested to assemble or
I I Saturday, October 13
rrvJjfert 1962. at 11:30 am., a
the. Shiloh Baptist Church
9th and P sts. n.w.
A. V. WHITE. President.
Chairman of Condolence.
R. F. BULLITT. Secretary.
October 8. 1902, NAOMI M
THOMAS of 1812 L st. n.e ./be
loved wife of SDCA Claude E
Thomas USN; devoted mother o
Mrs. Naomi Wright. Mrs. Jam
Payne and Patricia Catherine. Con
stance. Edward and Ernest Thomas
Also surviving are her grandohil
dren, two sisters. Miss Emily Wil
son and Mrs. Jane Monroe, am
other relatives and many friends
After 1 p.m Sunday friends ar
invited to call at the McGuire Fu
neral Home. 1820 9th st. n.w
Requiem mass will be celebratei
at Bt. Benedict the Moor Catholic
Church. 21st st and Oklahorm
ave. n.e., at 9 a.m. Monday. Octo
ber 15. Interment Arlington Na
tiopal Cemetery.
THOMAS. PERCY. On Tuesday. Oc
tober 9. 1962. PERCY THOMAS o
1735 33d place s.e., husband 0
Lillie Thomas. He also is sur
vived by a son. other relatives am
a host of friends. After 5 pm
Friday. October 12. friends are in
vited to call at the Jarvis Chapel
1432 You st. n.w where funera
services will be held on Saturday
October 1.1. at 10 am Intermen
Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
J. William Lee’s Sons Co.
4th Bt. and Mass. Ave. LI. 3-520<
TURNER. ALICE. On Thursday, Oe- *
tober 11. 1902, at the District Gen
eral Hospital. ALICE TURNER of
303 K st. s.e.. devoted mother of
Charlotte Downs. Helen Turner and
Jamea Strivers. Also are
three sisters. Charlotte Upshaw.
Pearl Oden and Myrtle Jenkins; one
brother. Roy M. Jenkins, and other
relatives and friends. Remain*
resting at the John T. Rhines Co.
Funeral Home. 3015 12th st. n.e.
Notice of funeral later.
TUTTLE. NORMAN J.. Sr. On Wednes
day. October 10. 1962, in Philadel
phia. Pa.. NORMAN J. TUTTLE.
8r . beloved husband of Cora Tuttle,
father of Norman J.. Jr., and Evelyn
Tuttle of New Hyde Park. N. Y.;
son of Mr. and Mrs. William P.
Tuttle of Washington. D. C. Friends
may call at the W K Huntemann
Si Bon Funeral Home. 5732 Georgia
ave. n.w. (parking on premises),
where prayers will be said on Satur
day. October 13 at 10 a.m. Inter
ment George Washington Cemetery.
Viewing hours on Thursday and
Friday. October 11 and 12, from 3
to 5 and 7 to 9 p.m. 13
day. October 9. 1962. at Doctors
(nee Nottingham* of 2228 40th st.
n.w.. the beloved wife of Eck J.
Vaccaro daughter of the late Ellen
E. Ledbetter and sister of Doro
thy E. Ledbetter of Washington.
D. C. and Mrs. Mary B Burke
of Manassas. Va. Funeral from
the Timothy Hanlon Funeral Home,
4748 Wisconsin ave. n.w., on Satur
day. October 13. at 8:30 a.m.
Requiem mass at the Holy Trinity
Church, 36th and O sts. n.w., at
9 a.m. Interment Washington Na
tional Cemetery. 12
Wednesday. October 10, 1902. at
George Washington University Hos
of 422 North Cleveland st., Ar
lington. Va.. beloved mother of
Mrs Mary Beasley of Washington,
D C.; Mrs. Viola Sellman of Balti
more. Md : Mrs. Geneva Follin,
Mrs. Margaret Stephans of Arling
ton. Va ; Mrs. Helen Mac Queen of
Beachwood. N. J ; Mrs. Roberta
MOchell of Birmingnam. Ala.; Mrs.
Phvllis Brown of Veneta. Oreg.
She also is survived by thirty-eight
grandchildren and thirty great
grandchildren. Friends may rail
at the Ives Funeral Home. 2847
Wilson blvd.. Arlington. Va.. where
funeral services will be held on
Saturday. October 13. at 11 a.m.
Interment Glenwood Cemetery.
WALLOE, SELMA J. On Thursday,
October 11. 1962. at her residenc#.
310! Highland pi. n.w. SELMA J.
WALLOE. wife of the late Arthur A.
Walloe and mother of Artrid W.
Kraus, grandmother of Ellen. Rainer.
Jon Peter and Robert Kraus. Serv
ices at the Taylor Funeral Home.
365 Main st.. West Haven. Conn., on
Saturday. October 13. at 11 am.
Interment In the Beaverdale Me
morial Park. New Haven. Conn.
ZEREGA. JAMES A. On Wednesday,
October 1<). 196*J. at Sibley Hos
pital. JAMES A ZEREGA of 519
Massachusetts ave. n.w., beloved
husband of Teresa Zerega, father
of 8. John Zerega and brother
of Dommick and Andrea P. Zerega.
He also is survived by four grand
children. Friends may call at the
De Vol Funeral Home. 2222 Wis
consin ave. n.w. Requiem mass
will be offered at the Holy Rosary
Church. 3d and F sts. n.w.. on
Saturday. October 13. at 19 a.m.
Interment St. Mary’s Cemetery. 12
Announcements of
Services by Chambers
Knighton. Zora W. W. Chambers C<).
Claude A. W. W. Chambers Co.
Benesch. Ellas W. W. Chambers Co.
Browne. _
Frances E. W. W. Chambers Co,
Minerva C. W. W. Chambers Co.
1 Gregory.
William W. W. Chambers Co.
Keatts. Lena W. W\ Chambers Co.
Follin. Arthur T. W. W. Chambers Co.
in fHrmnnom
RLAKEY. CHARLES W., Sr. In loving
memory of our husband and father.
passed away eighteen years ago to
> day. October 12. 1944.
• To keep you here we tried our besl.
God knew you were weary and
needed rest.
1 Sweet to remember one who once
was here,
Who. though absent, is just as
) dear.
r Jr.
ling memory of my mother. ELLIE
MARTHA DANIELS, who departed
this life twenty-two years ago. Oc
tober 12, 1940.
May she rest in peace.
r- DENNEY. ANTHONY O. In loving
memory of our dear Dad. ANTHONY
s O. DENNEY, who left us twelve
years ago today. October 12. 1950.
'• Twelve years have gone, dear Dad.
* Since you were here on earth;
[ We miss your smile, your loving ways.
, No one here can take your place.
1 So. until our days on earth are
We will lust keep on remembering
f ECTON. ALBERT F. A tribute of love
and sweet memories to my husband.
ALBERT F. ECTON. who left me
October 12. 1961.
You were called away one year ago
I today.
Leaving me lost and blue;
Although you are gone, memories
linger on
Os happy years I spent with you.
The days are lonesome,
And nighttimes, too;
The rest of my life
I'll be missing you.
ECTON. ALBERT F. In loving mem
ory of my brother. ALBERT, who
passed away October 12. 1961.
Albert left us. Mom.
Since you've been gone.
His passing, too. seemed hard;
But well we know we ll meet again
When wp come home to God.
ECTON, ALBERT F. In memory of
my beloved father. ALBERT F.
ECTON. who departed this life one
year ago today. October 12, 1961.
God may take our loved ones from
our homes,
• But never from our hearts.
I love you and I miss you. Daddy.
GATTON, JOSEPH B. In memory of
; my father. JOSEPH B. GATTON.
. who died October 12. 1951.
1 A loving father and grandfather.
Where eternal suns are shining,
And skies are ever blue.
We pray your soul is resting
Till we may come to you.
Sadly missed by
• GRANDisON; CHARLES A. In loving
memory of our devoted husband
and father. CHARLES A. GRANDI
SON. who departed this life eight
years ago today. October 12. 1954.
[ Our thoughts of you will never fade
When all the years have flown:
Your memory as the brightest star,
Will always light our home.
HORTON. WILLIAM B. In memory of
my husband. WILLIAM HORTON,
who passed away one year ago
I today. October 12. 1901.
I miss you now. my heart is tad;
As time goes by
I miss your smiles and gentle face, c
No one can fill your vacant place.
• JACKSON. EMMA P. In loving mem
ory of my devoted grandmother,
1 EMMA P JACKSON, who departed
this life twentv-six years ago to
day. October 12. 1936.
To live in hearts we leave behind
• is not to die. WILLIB.
LACEY. EDWARD H. In memory~of
• my husband. EDWARD H.
. LACEY, who departed this
1 lg-1 •■■■ * life sixteen years ago today,
j ir- " * October 12, 1946.
1 God gave us strength to bear it,
And courage to meet the blow.
But what it meant to lose you.
No one will ever know
PRICE. MeGRUDER H. In loving
memory of my dear brother. Me-
GRUDER H PRICE, who passed
awav one year ago today, October
12. 1961.
I think of him today,
f Resting, sleeping, just away:
» Resting where no shadows fall. .
In nerfect peace he awaits us til.
: aoN.
- ROGERS. MARTHA B. In lovtnf
1 memory of our dear mother. MAR
THA B ROGERS, who passed away
e nineteen years ago today. October
12, 1943.
j The world may change from year
I to year
And friends from day to day.
4 But never will the one we loved
From memory pass away
The wonderful things you did for us
I Live in our hearts each day.
And keep you near and dear to us.
f Though you have gone away,
f Although your soul is now at rest,
And free from care and pain,
i The world would seem like Heaven,
If we had you back again.
t ■ — . . 1
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