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Portland Press Herald (Newspaper) - October 30, 1947, Portland, Maine Twenty-Two Portland Press Herald Thursday Morning October 30 1947 Herald Morning October 30 Portland M in Late News Developments And Social Events In Oxford And York Counties x i South Berwick Man 60 Years To Be Honored Sunday Ort t K H the i r -.1 fl ijj her r Arthm 1 it I injc n the hymns as r hem Ethel MacNeill Becomes Bride Oct Miss Ethel daughter of Mr and Mrs Frank D MacNeill of Yarmouth and I and he lad to play it only al for d at Dover X in Brookline iv H i at and Muzzy will be h of his Men of the church and members of is with which he has are to of Dover and j have been invited to l together wiU Club Sanford were married in the j Baptist Church Sanford this after- noon by tho Rev John L Quigg The bride who was given in riage by her father wore a street of rose crene with gray hat and plum accessories and her corsage was a lavender orchid Miss Alice MacNeill sister of tho maid of honor and stoti Lolley brother of the brider was the man George and Russell Smith cousins of tho ushered Asa B Low was organist A reception for the immediate families and intimate friends in Boston Ladies Aid Plans Sunshine Work t D Au i i in n and one P in Wiley was he for thi was distributed anc S work planned If W o the Hie Aid is in am capacity if any present were Mrs Wiley Ida Mae Davis Maude sorr Lilhan Mrs Etta Hanscom rje Emma Keyes Mrs Elizabeth Mrs mire Mrs Frances Plaisted Mrs Alice Smith Smith Mrs Carrie and Miss Mary L Beatrice L Owen Wed At Rochester or L tin Mi- Mr ind X II Oct r daughter Miss Bernard 1 Berioit today Clifford Owen i he double ceremony performed Saturday morning at St church oy the pastor the Rev Timothy J Whelan Tiie given in marriage bv father Her sister Miss maitl of honor and Thomas Cox Hull was best man A followed at the town hill m Gome attended by 100 tives and friends including many Irom Newton Mass Mass Newport and and York a Tedding trip to New York they reside at Waltham Mass Firefighters Drank 60 Coffee Daily Oct 19 Women of and dis- an average of 60 gallons of daily to the in he immediate area for five at rhe height of the fires Gertrude Stone reported today food distributed by the worn included 4.000 cases of half-pint containers of 210 gallons of lire cases of evaporated milk 80 pounds of beef pounds of burg 35 gallons of creamed turkey and chicken 130 gallons of fish and corn chowder 500 gallons of soup three cases of dried and dozen Kiven by all the communities and many civic and military in area When kitchen wre trained the kitchen of a local hot si opened and used in of the huge tises of Glass thp have s of Pompeii been found in More State Of Maine News On Page 15 Red Cross Pays Tribute To Navy For Aid lowed the ceremony in the church vestry and Mrs Snell and Prank M cousins of the bridegroom assisted in serving The couple left on a wedding trip to the Mountains the bride traveling in a royal blue suit with iv accessories Upon their re- turn they will reside at Springvale Tiie bride was graduated from North Yarmouth Academy and jlon State Teachers College and teaching Home Economics at ford School Mr Lolley is a graduate of ford High School and served four years in the naval air corps during the war He is employed by lunford Inc Morrill To Run For Road Commissioner Oct Merrill of has filed nomination papers for the office of road com- missioner Two commissioners are at each Town Meeting in December one for the southerly dis- rict of the town the other for the northerly district Morrill was defeated for this office atx last year's election by a small margin when a recount was held and the present commissioner Charles Day was de- clared elected A short business meeting of us Temple Pythian Sisters was held Tuesday evening in St George's Hall with Mrs Rena Andrews presiding It was voted to postpone the annual of the Temple to Nov 11 whim there will be a supper at 6.30 served by Mrs Helen ion Mrs Blanche Simpson Mrs Nettie T Cullen Mrs Evelyn Grant Mrs Myrtle Lee Miss Alice Mitchell and Mrs Pauline LePlamme A meeting of the Bible will be held Friday at 7 p m it the homo of Mrs Myrtle field and the study will of the book of Exodus All are to attend At the business meeting Monday evening of Ruhamah Rebekah Lodge he following committee was named o serve refreshments at the next stated Mrs Nettie T en Mrs Doris Holland and Mrs Marguerite Westcott Marriage intentions have been filed with the Town Clerk by Arthur Heureux son of Mr and Mrs bert L'Heureux of 2 Maple Street uid Theresa Ann Allard daughter of Mr and Mrs Oscar of 29 and James Harry Marshall son oT Chief and Mrs Harry Marshall of 23 Butler Street and Fern Libbey daughter of Mr Carl of 50 Main Street Sanford Monday afternoon 20 members he Congregational Aid Society met n the church vestry and worked on for the fire victims The Aid meeting scheduled for afternoon when the Rev WHEN WINTER COMES 2 LOANS To paj to a any other purpose figure out how much you'll need a year or lunger to re- in and see us today I I I I I I I NEW ENGLAND FINANCE CORP 453 Congress St TEI KOOM 7 OVER STORK I I I I J SOIL CONDITIONS Starting Saturday this Saturday throughout the year the Press Herald and Evening Express carry a Farm page devoted to better Maine Agriculture The inside of Maine farm problems will be covered by Frank W Order your paper with the Farm page PRESS HERALD EXPRESS Tuesday O Loxier association minister of the Congregational Christian Con- ference of Maine was to be the speaker was canceled Capt Elbert Holmberg of the local Salvation Army Corps showed moving pictures at the Kiwanis luncheon meeting this noon ab a Goodall Town Club Brownf ield Fire Victims Oct many of Brownfield's residents wh were scattered after a forest fire th past week wiped out the town fol low Mr and Mrs Alfred Lord an daughter Judith are living with he parents Mr and Mrs Chester Gil Patrick Center Mr and Mrs Maynard S How and son Maynard Jr are at th John Harriman home at Fryeburg Mr and Mrs Arnold Walker an daughters Joyce and Caroline ar with his brother and family Mr an Mrs Garold Walker Brownfield Cen ter Mr and Mrs William C and Mr and Mrs Howard are with Mrs Grace Warren a Bridgton Mr and Mrs Perley Walker ar with Mr and Mrs Harris Thurston at Conway N H Mr and Mrs Erwin G Giles anc daughter Pauline are living at Conway N H Miss Isabel K Stickney is Miss Ethel Johnson at Peaks Mr and Mrs Fred Walker an daughters June and Lois and Mi and Mi's Walter Lord and Mrs Luti Walker are living with Mr and Mrs Hugh Hastings at Fryeburg Mr and Mrs Edwin R Walker ar residing at the Florence Rudd home stead Mr Brownfield Center and Mrs Colin McLaskey an at Fryeburg Mrs Charlena Smith and nephew Frank Hopkins are now with he husband at Dorchester Mass Mr and Mrs Walter Olpe are tern at the Eastlund Hotel Port land Mrs Emma McLucos and Miss Net tie Johnson are at the home of Mrs daughter-in-law Mrs Leah at Kearsarge N H Mr and Mrs Archie Lane and fam ily are living with his parents Eas Brownfield Frank and son Carson nnd Mi's Nettie Hill are at Naples Mr and Mrs Wilbrod Descham neault Mrs Minnie Peckham RutI and Jesse Rowe are living at the Irving Page homestead Eas Conway Mr and Mrs Stanley Trundy and family are at the home of Mr ant Mrs Bertrum Morse and family Eas Brownfield Wilton Wilton Oct The I H N cle of the First Congregational Church met Friday afternoon when hostesses were Arthur Crossett Mrs Norman Baraby Two new cle Mrs Francis Morris The next meeting will were received into the John Webster and Mrs be in the church Hull will parlors Nov 7 p in this of collecting The in the week for clothing be open from tiie purpose for the fire Junior Pilgrim Fellowship met Congregational Church day afternoon when officers elected President Barbara Babb vice James Armstrong Barbara president tary and The Senior Pilgrim Fellowship met in the Church at 1 p m Sunday The group voted to participate with the Methodist Youth fellowship ill a series of bowling matches i Jams daughter of Mr and Mrs Everett her birthday Sunday with a were Janet Collins Betty June and Jean Dona Adams Leta Betty Collins Joline Gloria Foster Columbus Sally Norma and Allen Sue Heath of Mr und Heath is ill returned from steep after spending tbe week end with her Miss Constance Wells and Wells jr passed the week end with their parents Mr and Mrs Vance Wells Norway Woman Observes Birthday Norway Oct 29 Mrs George T Tubbs observed her birthday day with no special celebration other than receiving cards letters and other remembrances and some calls from friends to offer congratulations She gets out to the stores for her daily errands and is remarkably active for a nonagenarian The Halloween costume ball uled for Friday by the Post American Legion has been The Ladies Circle of the First Uni- Church will have a sewing afternoon Friday at Carrie Tucker's home on Main Street for the Christmas sale in preparation Dec 6 Mrs Georgina Smith is a patient at the Central Maine General Hospital Lewiston Mrs Alice was guest of honor at a surprise birthday party Tuesday night at Mrs Ellen son's home Oxford road by mates In the shoe factory A baked beau supper was served Mrs dridge was presented many gifts In the party were Millie Cordwell bara GaUant Mary Linscott Alia Mclntyre Anna Morse Dorothy Lake Laura Edgerly Beatrice Zanoni ese LaFond Cleona Tracy lingham and ter Patty Dorothy Brown and ette Myers Mrs J Francis Wiles and infant son Timothy James have returned from the hospital and are with Mr Wiles mother Mrs Louise Wiles George Holden of the Chapel Dis- celebrated his fifth birthday Tuesday and entertained several friends with games on THE ST REGIS HOTEL MIDDLE ST American and Food Kalian Pizza for Men and Transient and op Kates To Weekly Guests One To Give One Special for Christmas SHOP NOW FOR THAT PARTICULAR GIFT AT TICK TOCK JEWELRY MAIV ST WESTBROOK And Our Payment Plan will hold any until Abandon War Memorial Service Oct War Service which was slated Thursday from 11 to 12 at the First Congregational Church has been called off Fireside Club sponsored a party for the pupils up to the fourth grade of the Methodist Church school Tuesday afternoon in the try Mrs Emma Mrs Mary Cross Mrs Delia Kilborn Mrs Wyman and Mrs Bessie inson were in charge and 30 children were present A Halloween party will be held in Bridgton gymnasium day evening by the students Rochester Mayor In Fire Aid Thanks Rochester N H pel C Wesley Lyons in a public statement today thanked all agencies which sent assistance or gave aid to Rochester durini series I of fires which destroyed 39 homes j The Red Cross Salvation Army army navy marine national guard veterans groups service and women's organizations were among those mentioned in tlie mayor's meat Espling Photo WATER FOffi west over power dam at Caribou on Aroostook River Only three small streams of water can be seen trickling over the structure while the remainder of the dam is rapidly drying out from the sun and of sufficient water due to the long drought In the ground is the generating plant of the Maine Public Service Com- pany which has been forced to ration electricity throughout took County because of low water The company is in the process of constructing a diesel generating plant which it hopes can bo in operation early in December Alberta Nelson Becomes Bride Rochester N H Oct Councilman and Mrs Albert Nelso of Charles Street Wednesday an the marriage of their daugh ter Alberta to Richard Robert Whitinsville Mass The ceremony was performed a the First Church Monday by the pastor Rev Dr Ra R Kelley assisted by Rev Danle Miller of Holyoke Mass a forme of the True Memorial Church of Rochester Miss Marjorie Nelson a sister o the bride was maid of honor and th bridesmaids were Miss Marion Robert a sister of the bridegroom and th Misses Ethel and Marion Nelson ers of the bride Miss Sattur Icy daughter of Mr and Mrs Joh Satturley of Pembroke was Raymond Sullivan of South iridge Mass was best man and usher were Raymond Witherell Georg Young and John Satturley of Pern A reception followed the ice Roberts is a graduate of Ro Chester High School and Keen Teachers College and is a teacher ii he Rollinsford schools Mr Robert s the son Mr and Mrs Richar Roberts of Whitinsville Mass am s a practicing optician Youth Fellowship Plans Poverty Party Mexico Oct Older Youth fellowship of the Mexico Baptis will hold a Poverty evening in the church vestry of the Halloween party scheduled for this evening and called off in accordance with Gov ernor Hildreth's appeal Committee in charse of the affair Mrs Kenneth Hatch games Mrs Stowell Mrs Elsie Bower and Irs Evelyn Perry in charge of re- Mrs Trundy de- motions A Halloween social for the youni people of the Mexico ist Churcl will be held at 7.30 Friday evening it the vestry Thirty live members of the Group of the Mexico Baptist Churcl attended a party Monday afternoon in the church vestry Walton Lodge of K P will work he rank of Esquire Monday evening in the KP Hall A buffet lunch wll ie served after the meeting Mr and Mrs John Durland Fourth are announcing the of a son in Rumford Com- munity Hospital William Brown a student at Boston University passed the week enc his parents Mr and Mrs William Brown Main Street Sunday morning in the Mexico Congregational Church at 11 o'clock he Rev Clayton E Richards pastor will preach in observance of the Of The Ministry Three New Teachers famed At Rumford Oct trong a graduate of the Philadelphia Music with 20 year f professional experience has beer to succeed Harry C Cohen Rumford who is ill as music Rumford schools Armstrong will each four days in Rumford and one t Gould's Academy Edmond Leonard social studies eacher at Rumford High School has cen appointed basketball coach by he Committee William Penner Bethel has hired to replace Mrs Ann lason who resigned to take up ns duties at Farmington State College Mrs will each at the School Rumford Norway Merchant eted On Birthday Norway about he room and even the place irds emblematic of his trade arc and plumbing Leoi M Longley of Norway's oldest merchants was iven a surprise party Monday night observance of his birthday he affair was arranged by his r Miss Charlotte Longley teacher t Paris High School and several lends and neighbors attended Rochester Students raised For Work Rochester N H Oct 29 The lanks of the City of Rochester to ie faculty and students of Spaulding Igh School for their cooperation uring the emergency was expressed during a special assembly In he school auditorium Tuesday 0011 I Mayor Lyons told the students that hile other cities had issued orders arming celebrations the no orders ould be given in Rochester ig that the students would realize responsibility and would itse are to preserve than damage Bridal Held Berwick Oct and Mrs John D Ames have announced the marriage of their daughter Sara Edith to Carlton H Stringer jr both of Berwick The wedding took place Monday night the North Berwick Baptist Church parsonage with the Rev P J performing the double ring ceremony The bride wore a dress of dark blue with white accessories and cor- sage of pink roses Miss Lillian of Berwick was bridesmaid and Richard Gordon of Somersworth was best A reception was held at the homo of the parents on the Road Berwick alter which the couple left lor a brief moon They will reside at Berwick Mrs Stringer was formerly em- ployed by the Ames Construction Mr Stringer is a veteran of World War II nnd is employed at the Dover Tanery Adm Carney Inspects Base At Kittery Admiral R B Carney USN deputy of op- visited the Naval Base today to confer with Rear Ad- miral John H Brown jr base com- mander and inspect base He nasal base and logistics maintenance of naval shore hum's submarines and district craft lire protection tronics nnd material and material control Upon his arrival at building 13 administration building late in the forenoon a salute was fired a marine guard of honor commanded oy First Lt Ben C Porter stood at attention Admiral Carney left late the afternoon for Washington Saco DAR Postpones Thanksgiving Dinner Oct dinner of the Rebecca of the American ion with Margaret Smith scheduled as speaker has been postponed due to the present emergency The banquet planned for at the parish hall of Saco Uni- Church which is being used as a canteen The November business will be held at 2.45 p m Saturday Mrs Fred C Morgan Main Clubs Churches Postpone Events Oct and Industrial Union scheduled for Friday afternoon at the Hamilton Memorial House Beach Street Saco has been canceled cording to Mrs Milton W Weymouth club president Gerald Fecteau 72 Hill Street is visiting her husband at Montreal where he is attending col- Night under auspices of the Thursday Club scheduled for Thursday evening at the clubrooms Christ Episcopal parish hall South Street Biddeford has been canceled A brief business session will bv held at 3 p m Thursday With Miss Jessie W Lurit Alfred Street ford Mrs Lewis N Lachance will preside Mr and Mrs Robert Limball South Street Biddeford are an- nouncing birth of a son David Craig it tlw Webber Hospital Mrs Kimball was Ethelyn Purdy of Saco Dr and Mrs Summit street Biddeford are ing in Boston where they will tond the Post Graduate at the of First Parish Church Saco have canceled their Thursday meeting Card party at the Unity Club on road Saco scheduled for Friday vening has been postponed Dr Edward Marquis Elm Street Biddeford is visiting m on Post Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary have canceled their Halloween party The ReV Houde Jackson Lab To Be Rebuilt Workers To Move To N Y Quarters New York Oct C Little said today that the Memorial at Bar Har bor Me which was destroyed by tost week would be rebuilt Doctor Little director of the snld that In the meantime t considerable number of the work ers some of the best scientists in cancer research be transferred to the rial Hospital in New York City Little said uhat transfer of Ills workers to New York pending the rebuilding of the Bar Harbor laboratory was made possible through he invitation of Dr Charles p Rhoades director of Memorial tal here Bolh doctors attended a press con- ference today and Dr Rhoades said would be ample room in hie for the Maine workers because annex at Me mortal is almost completed and will be open within a month Doctor said that eventually t will require to rebuild the Bar laboratory and that h confident that as soon us tin details are worked out the money could be raised He it wan not decided definitely the new would be built on the same site as the one which was destroyed New Site And Funds Offered Jackson Lab Washington Oct 29 Atomic Enery Commission today announced It has funds and equipment for the re- establishment at the Brookhaven tonal Laboratory Long sland of the Roscoe B Jackson Memorial Laboratory Bar Harbor Me Dr Shields Warren director of the AEC Division of Biology and ine and Dr Philip B Morse or of the Brookhaven laboratory snid he research at directed by Dr Clarence C Little was directly elated to the cancer research ram authorized for Brookhaven The announcement aid that If the Jackson Laboratory s moved to Brookhaven It would re- ain full Independence receiving only and services from The Egyptians ix the length of were the a year first to all Ontario a priest ins returned after passing a few with aunt and uncle Mr nd Mrs Ovila nnd another mil Arthur of eford ADVERTISEMENT From where I sit Joe Marsh A 21 Million DoSSar Contribution I saw tho other day where State Director Frank H Holley reported to the public that the legal sale of malt beverages bad brought nearly 21 million lars iii fees and taxes into the State Treasury during the H years since tbe license laws went Into In i hv early I he on malt was less than II la now the brewers on every barrel they ship into Maine nnd the annual to the State Ifl mure cuo and a liulf million It don't take a college protee sor to see that this amount lightens the load on Maine payers certainly a lot better to main tain a legitimate Industry chat pays a substantial revenue Into tbe public till than to turn the trade over to bootleggers who flaunt all laws aud pay no profit except to themselves From where I nit the ing people of Director Is to protect thin and to with public groops In keeping he licensed of malt on a lawful and wholesome Fire Victims Oil Ill the forts nld 111 hi Two left r the Of by at TK v pea coats 400 rf wool jerseys son wool t SOfl pairs ot of heavy work ico low cut the Consignment to ui OOO the value of the navy o meet i the of the Richard P of Ne deputy of ihi area of the Ked v ho of disaster service Bar Harbor reported gent request for clothing fighters and in making noon said there had beer that section Rear Admiral J If VI S Navy commander or liase ordered all r hour stand by the and machinery teams and a en- listed personnel cm: re- quest from I lie Red Ci rr pal if K and ami M H wore amoni Unit Hears Rotary Leader n r Ort 20 i Conn iorr governor of notary was Biddeford and Saco lay in Hotel Tharher introduced dent Dr Arthur L Rotary Next Rav Town district D C of 93 will with the speak rii a ii 30 litler chairman at he Hotel Fire Fighters Aided Saco Auxiliary Saco Ort he hoi in lie lire station A ind at ill have ki pi or 24 a day TV ay have not to the p firelighters The Copyright 1947 United Slates TICE wito lost their forest fires If you will I notify a Telephone Business 1 Office we will arrange to have calls to your old referred to the where you are now living Please give the Business Office name your former number and name address and telephone number are now located where you MEW ENGLAND TELEPHONE TELEGRAPH CO America's famous whiskey protected by the authentic Bank Note label Baltimore Pare Rye Baltimore MH 86 Proof Grain
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