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KB At to n C o u n c i l of yesterday c|ii:te a n ^m- u s a n d i : : ' - m i e i . i d - n : ot a a . l . " - w i t h _ - i i i i i L i me:its i n f y , , . T h^ i :l Mt '' e p u - ' s . Tiie c o m - i of J a m e s : i : J a m e s T U i s t a r d . e s 1-iamlin., J r . . . c h e o n t o - ; a m p a i g n d i - j s i d e n t . R. , .Tr ; n , Jr.. H- i Har- j i c k . Jr.. I D. C o n w a y and y .if 'hid p a r - !av!«. for s t e r d a y a f t e A i . . . . w h e r e h e t!ie u ;ol- u r f - i U . a:, w h i c h h e ec.m- n o k e , has re- v i s i t to h e F u l t o n . e t u r n e d street, is Hour of Funeral Will Be Announced At Later Time. The l.ody of William Lovick School(',, School(',, hi -on of the l:it« J a m e s ]·-. a M r s 1-iH-v Kn.no- Scliooinel.l. w h o i , , ' - ' ! , ^ l i f e i i i the.. K n i but t h a i i n Hie e x t r a o r d st-in · 's and conditions existing conse- : r ^ n n V " u : o n , l H ! , n a K n i t u d , n r t h 1 s ! ! · U-o-r it w o u l d not bo possible- for 1,'o.Iv'to bo prepared for s h i p m e inn- to loavo \VashiiiKton last night. it it is rxp«-ctc-a t h a t d e f i n i t e Uon as 10 the u r n m g e m o n t s b u r i a l p a r t i c u l a r l y fi-ed todav. possibly in time for posit posit i v e M i i n o u m ' i M i n n t in "'''Ivflliani Lovick Schoollield (he was generally k n o w n by his -second i was tho youngest" son of .);iliie« K; "i-hooltiHii -i p r o m i n e n t Methodist iavman ami later u widely k n o w jsic-i- and evangelist, and Mrs. -Luc\ , : -Her disaster in Washington on Satur- ; dav n ; - h t . w i l l probably not arrive : hei-e u n t i l late this Afternoon or possibly m i d n i g h t : It had been e ll h closely y by u m ^ i j t . . -» L *»«·-'· .,~--- . _ ,,. ,^'e Washington last nitfht and in t h - i t event a r r i v e here this certainly that it would arrive here on ; train No 35 this a f t e r n o o n . A Ions distance telephone message i from J H a n n o n Schooltield. brother : of the deceased, late last night con- , veved the information that he himself ; w o u l d come to Danville this m J-.-ance SchoolfiCld. He was born in · h i « city 31 years ago and received oariv e d u c a t i o n here, later u-i-e'd from t h p St. Paul's school, 1 G a r d e n C i t y . Long Island. subsequent!'/ prepared himself for u business career and was holding a re- sponsible position w i t h the L-nuecl Rubb'-r C o m p a n y - Xt:VV ^ ° rk - w n e n t h i s c o u n t r y ' s p a r t i c w o r l d - w a r came with its call triotic A m e r i c a n s . Relinquishing position in J u n e . 1917. Mr. enli-sted in the navy and served u n t his honorable discharge was secured j after the end of the war. I t«onn a f t e r his retirement from a . . a Mm H a r0 r u n - i spells j h i n g . 1 j t r i e d i!- I n ] e r , and it m e n d V i n o l nervous Trott of women in a before a natural appetite, red and muscle be able to 1 . 0 0 per bot- Dr. is to feel watcb your of rings with no you ninety from physician com- veteran sought recuperation and rest ·it his parentai home here, sttbse- .i"ently soins to Baltimore for treat- mem. " Only two weeks before his death, Mr. Schoolfield went to Wash- i n y t o n with a view to engaging- business, there, but had not com- · pleted hi.s arrangements when this ] s u d d e n intervention cut short all plans lie was living at 2014 Kalo- rania Koad. X. \V.. AVashington. w i his mother and sisters, and it was , t h i t h e r his body was removed t h e wreckage a n d kept u n t i l f i n - its place of i n t e r m e n t . Mr Schoolfield was a man of u n uspal pentleness and amiability and won f r i e n d s readily. He was k n o w n to thousands in t h i s was as generally esteemed, having t lived a clean, manly life. j Mr. Schoolfleld is survived by his ! m o t h e r , now somewhat i years, and by these brothers and sis- 1 tors: ' .1. Edwin 'and Hannon School.-. i field, of New York c i t y ; Miss F! Schoolfield. Sanuu-1 A. Sehoolfield j Miss Lucille Sehoolfield. all residing j in Washington. . Mrs. Schoolfield still i regarded Danville as her home, but I had been making a w i n t e r i children. I Owins to the congestion of work ! for the f u n e r a l directors of ! and the unusual calls upon them i service, it has been slow and difficult i to complete the arrangements for i shipment of the body and so even a positive announcement of the h j of arrival cannot be made. Public i a n n o u n c e m e n t of ths i m a d e today. ' i M e a n w h i l e it has been i that when the body arrive? it will j met at the station and conveyed to 1 Green Hill cemetery where interment ! will be made in t h e f a m i l The Kevs. J. N. Latham. D. D.. J. M. Oakey will conduct the comm comm i t t a l services. Messrs. K d w Han' non and Samuel and Miss Lucille · Scboolfiebl will accompany the body i h i t h e r . Mrs. Lucy Schoolfield ! prostrated by the shock ot" the calamity and was not able to accompany i t h e f u n e r a l party, it w;is i n g t o n last night. These friends have been requested to s-rv as pail-hoarvrs on arrival llv l.ody: .lames I . Harrison. U -, I.va. T. .H-ff Bass. Henry «'. Lciirh. r l i f f i v d Moor-. P.. Krn«-xt M !.. i:iliin.«ui and Dr. E. H. Miller. S Q i \ i 1 i '

Clipped from The Bee31 Jan 1922, TuePage 2

The Bee (Danville, Virginia)31 Jan 1922, TuePage 2
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