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   Portland Press Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1950, Portland, Maine                               Eight. Portland Herald, Wednesday Morning, Augutt 2, 1950 Maine Writers To Open Session With Reception At Ocean Park Orean Park Auf 1 Among known authors who have ac- cepted to the reception which opens the Maine Writers Confrreruf Thursday ari1 Ralph Ooulcl MadlAon ErU Kelly Dart- mouth C ollege and Chebeague Island David Wooclburv Onun- qult Loui.se Darcy Blddefprd Nathaniel Hasenhus Five Islands Elizabeth Foster Cumberland Dr Marion John Bradshaw Bangor Dan Kelly Aimiista Milton Luf- kln South Wlndham Albert Tol- man Portland Sarah Oiaves SaCo Rosemary Iron Freepoit and Floise Jordan I Lsbon The re< rpllon which Is open to the pub 1 v.111 be held at the Temple Grove and Porter Hall from 3 30 to S p m Doris Rlcker Marston, Cape Neddie k will be hostess Assisting her be Dan Kelly Eric Kelly Bhlma Sturtevant MLss Jordan _ Old Orchard Beach and Portland vice presi- dent of the conference the Rev Clifford Wesley Collins NoHh Edgecomb president of the con- ference LorlnK Williams Cleve- of American land O editor Weave and Adclbert Jakeman superintendent of the Ocean Park Assembly Also open to the public are the talk bv the Rev Arthur R Mac- Dougall )r of Blngham author of the Durt Dean stories at 8 p m and the poetry session led by Dan Kelly and the pro.se sec- tion led by Robb Sagcndorph editor Of Yankee Magazine at 11 a rt Friday After a tenth luncheon the group will hold Its business meeting and a poetry I contest open to all regis- tered will be conducted Norway Auxiliary Tb Meet For Picnic Supper Scholarships Awarded Six Maine Men Students To Enter Northeastern Sept. 6 Six Maine students have been awarded Trustees Scholarships for admission Into Northeastern University on Sept 6 Pres Carl S Ell announced today In all Northeastern University has granted 500 In Charles Hayclcn and Trustees Scholar- hips to 88 top-ranking high chool students Kaye H Moody 2 Sayward Street Kennebunk a graduate of Kennebunk High school this year, has been granted a scholar- ship for the. College of Englneer- ng A top-ranking student In his class he will major in electrical engineering William I Smith of Bristol, a graduate of Bristol High School, 'emaqutd has been given a scholarship Smith who had an all A record In high school, will major in accounting In the Col- lege of Business Administration Robert C MacParland Jr, 12 High Street Thomeston a gradu- ate of Thotnaston High School this year has been given a scholarship He finished fourth In his class of 22 and will major in mechanical engineering In the College of Engineering James E Turner of Alfred a graduate of Alfred High School this year has been Bfven a scholarship He was third In academic rank In his class, and will enroll m the College of En- gineering Merrill H Leach, Jr Bluehlll a graduate of George Stevens Academy in 1949 has been given a scholarship He will major Portland, Norway Au. I The Firemen Chemistry m the College of Auxiliar will meet at the File Station Thursday and instead ol the USUH! meeting at the station will go to Mis Odell Palmers camp for picnic supper at 630 The Norway Choial Society will hoM a pirnlr meeting Friday night with Mr and Mrs Lawrence Tlds- well at their camp at Hogan Pond All will meet at the Untverwlist Church at 830 Miss Nora Pottle has charge of transportation The Pine Tree Junior Lodge has appointed a new committee for August to arrange for the lodge lunches Raymond Wentworth Clarence French and Shelton Da- vK A rehearsal of the degree team will be held at the IOOF Hall Saturday night In preparation for the work the ti am has been In- vited to exemp ify soon at Bcv- Llberal Arts Ambrose A Wintle Jr a grad- uate of Good Will High School Hlnckley has been awarded a scholarship Wintle will en- roll In the College of Business Administration. erly Mass The Exchange Club held Its business meeting Monday night and further plans were made for the Trade Show In October A family gathering was held with Mr and Mrs Charles Huff Upton Ridge Sunday Mr and Mrs Edwaln H Koehler of Law- ranee Mass came for the week end and Mr and Mrs Arthur G Kavs Jr twin son Neal and Dana came from East Orange N J for two weeks at their summer home Upton Ridge In addition to these Mr and Mrs Charles F Huff and sons Biuce Charles F Jr and Brian of Norway Lake Mr and Mis George Cook of Yarmouth cousins of Mrs Huff, and their son and daughter in- law Mr and Mrs Albert Cook and daughter Theresa of Port- land made up the party Rowe Family Holds Reunion At Norway Norway, 1. The Rowe family reunion was held Sunday at the Heywood Club House, Crockett Ridge These were the descendants of Charles H Rowe, of New Gloucester The only liv- ing member of his Immediate fam- ily Roland Rowe 74 attended Other relatives were Mr and Mrs Percy Rowe Carroll and Har- land Rowe Mrs Raymond Segars, Chlrley and Helen Segars, Eliza- beth Verrlll from New Gloucester, Roland Rowe a grandson from Portland Mr and Mrs LJndley Rowe and son John from Brldg- Biddeford High Principal Named Board Appoints Island Falls Man Biddeford Aug. 1 Phil- brook Daggett 45 of Island Falls has been appointed as principal of Biddeford High School by the Board of Education Supeilntend- ent of Schools Paul Larrabee an- nounced todav Daggett foimeV principal of Howland High School will suc- ceed George S Cunningham who resigned to accept a position with a New York concern A native of Island Falls gett is a graduate at Bowdom where he majored In Jack Quinn Photo PARADE PRIZE Gale Thomas, at right in the picture at the left won first prize in the trike division at a paiade at Harrison Monday night she failed to register Pleasure Victor ForeH at her right was second prize winner At right John Day won Ilist prize in the bike division with his version of Robin Hood on wheels The parade opened the week long program of the 20th annual Harrison Old Home Week Farmington News Notes College French and was a member of Stanley Fibszewskl and famllv who been occupying the N A house on Dnnforth Stieet have ftonr to a cottage at Little Prnnesseewivsee and Mr and Mrs Donald ROY will live at the house Mr and Mrs William Hutchison and her sister In law Mrs Daniel Pratt and niece Barbara Pratt of BlrtKhnm were at Lebanon N H over the week end and early th s Mls.s Fvrlvn MILleU who has been v Kiting relatives In New Ha- ven Conn letmned home Mon- dav Miss Helm Kennlson left today for Princeton where Mie will be the guest of relatives Hcnrv O Hairiman of Chicago has been In town nulling on old friends He Is v lilting his sister, Mrs Penrl Harrlman Cadlxan in Portland Mr Harrimnn a foimer Noiwav resident Is a graduate of Noiway High School class Of 1903 ton Mr and Mrs W W Tufts. Mr and Mrs Clayton Tufts and son Mr and Mrs Dwlght Trlpp and family Mr and Mrs Carroll AveV Charles Sinclair from New Gloucester Mr and Mrs Merle Whitmen and family. West Paris, Mr and Mrs Lawrence Yates. and family South Paris. Mr and Mrs Estes Yates, Mr and Mrs Clay- ton Blake and three daughters, and Russell Yates of Bethel Carroll Yates and two sons Mr and Mrs Frank Hayes of Bryant Pond Mr and Roland HayW and son and Elmer Hayes, of Greenwood Mr and Mrs Charles Ballev of Auburn Mr and Mrs Ernest Dunlap of Danville Dorlf Fclch Oorham John Spear of Fnplng N H Mr and Mrs A M Whitman Mr and Mrs Jame5 Whitman and family Mr and Mrs Dayton Whitman and son; Elvira Margaret Martha and Ma- ile Bimey all from Norway the varsity baseball squad He beived as athletic coach at several schools before receiving his mas- tei s degree at University of Daggett is married and has two children He and Mrs Daggett plan to move here later this month Miss Althea Bowker Honored At Shower South Paris, Aut 1 Al- thea Bowker was the guest of honor Saturday evening at an en- gagement shower held at the Church Street home of Miss Es- ther Knight The party was given In honor of her approaching mai farming-ton, Aug Clifford Belchei Camp SofUV and Aux- iliary will hold its annual picnic with Mrs Martha Millett Aug Hospital 11 A program will be airanged Richard Unit One Chesteiville Women s Fire Depaitment Auxllary will man the portable pump and hose at a practice drill Wednesday eve- ning at Noi cross Pond Mountain Viewers 4-H Club will hold a tasting paity with its lendeis Mr and Mis Wallet Mosher Aug 20 Guests last week of Mi and Mis Nicholas Nash were Elmei Barrett William Currle and Francis Blair Reveie Mass Mis Nellie Dill is a patient at the Fianklm County Memona Hospital Archie Butler accompanied Cai 1 Whitney Lewiston on a few days ttip In the Rangelcy region Mr and Mrs Jeffery Nadeau and daughter Gloria Lewiston aie visiting her parents Mr, and Miss Louise Davis U of M stu- dent in nuises training this Sum- mer at Cential Maine General Lewiston Packaid and guest Middletown Mur- directors elected William L Skel- Mis David O Jalbeit Ransom Garrett Hartf01 d is visiting several days With his sis- ter Mrs Mamie Luce at the Ex- change Hotel Week-end guests of Mr ana Mis Forrest Keene vicie their rlage Aug 12, to Clayton L Morse Norway Miss Knight was assisted by her sister Mrs Olenna Maxim Included among the guests were, Mrs Lionel Bowker Mrs C Lind- say Morse Mrs Lewis Knight. Mrs Willis Kimball Mrs A Llew- ellyn Russell Mis David Morse Mrs Enoch Chllds Mrs Earl Chapman Mrs Robert Stearns Mis Clarence Merrill Mrs Mal- colm Bowker Mrs Roland Wise. Miss Joan Sullivan and Miss Bev- erly Maxim grandchildien John and Cynthia Keough Mr and Mrs Dalton Haidv are coins Wednesday to Boothbay Harbor for a vacation Barry Davis was feted on his bilthday Monday at a party a the home of his giandparents Dr and Mis Geoige Rand Liver- more Falls Guests weie his pai ents Mr and Mrs Vincent B Davis paternal grandmother Mrs W Raymond Davis brother Bill: Davis and Carolyn and Tomm: Banows i Conn visited the week end with the foimer s parents Mr and Mrs Chester P Davis Mr and Mrs David Munav have returned to Wilton after a vacation at Clearwater Lake Miss Miriam Dow supeimten- dent of Franklin County Memona Hospital and her mother Mis. Addie Dow Livermoie Falls aie spending this month at Maitins- ville Tenants Harbor Mis James Brown Canaan has been visiting Mrs Grace Buker Mr and Mis Richard Pinkham nd family Washington are visit- ng lelatives here Mr and Mis Danville Doble isited the week-end with-Mr and Mrs Chester Toothaker Phillips Mrs Frances Lillm has returned rom Errol N H where she vis- ted relatives Mrs Esther Titcomb visited the week end with Mr and Mrs Lon- nle Blanchard Stratum Mr and Mrs Geoige Hannigan Reveie Mass are spending sev- eral days with lelatives here where they are also building a new ton vice president and treasurer of the Bath Trust Company as his successor Murphy resigned to ace position with the Northern Company necessitating re- moval to Bethel He and Murphy will take up residence at Bethel in the Autumn Murphy has been asso with the Oakhurst Dairy pany Bath since the war tye was for many years with the Austin Company which he last served as area auditor on the Atlanti board from Florida to Canaia He has been a member of the C Club s Club of Winter Congregational Church anc hamber of Commerce home Beveily Robblns and Caiole Stewart weie week-end guests o Joyce Wright Chesteiville at Sand Pond Week-end guests of Dr and Mrs Fredeiick C Lovejoy at their Pemaquid Beach cottage wer Mrs Alton Reed Mrs Flora Odell and Mrs Robeit Spencer Mis Reed Mis Odell and Mrs Love- joy attended the state meeting of the Daughters of Colonial Wai-, Monday at Newagen ____ Skelton is a former president of he Maine Bankers Association 150-Year-Old Barn s Moved At Naples Naples, AUK 1 old barn went traveling in early lours this morning Thi. 26-by-26 building was taken by tractor-truck from th dence of Edwin Burnham through this resort town s Main S the Earl Goldthwaite shop phone company workmert went ahead to cut lead wires to four residences Because traffic on Roiite 302 through this village is heavy in summer months the mover was forced to select an early-corning time Fryeburg Casco News f Aut I More than 25 children received Immunisation at tl f lavt In a series of pre- grhool age health rllnlrs held to- <1nv at C asro ftiFinge Hnll Clai I e Piurrll Portland Cum- berland County health nurse mpdirnl examiner John Blschoff- bersn Naplrs and Miss Lucille chairmen were In Frvrburt 1 Fiancls D Swan and Miss Lillian Swan left Sunday a week s trip through New York State Miss Emily Snow who Is em- ployed In Worcester Mass passed the week end at home Mrs Joseph Solarl entertained the HI-Lo Club Mondav evening The former Ernest Mills house which was purchased by Frveburg Academy Is being painted and renovated for occupancy this Fall The Rev John A Douglas and Charles A Snow climbed Passa- conaway Mountain Mondav Mr and Mrs George Gilerson have returned home after having passed several weeks at their camp at Lovewell s Pond Mis Arthur Lutte and Infant daughtei Katheryn Pearl have returned home from the Memorial Hospital North Conwav N H Mr and Mrs Allan Smith and Doctor Smith who have been passing several weeks at their I cottage at Lovewell s Pond have Hoflis Center Hotlla Cehter AUK I The Rev and Mrs Waldon Corbett retui ned from camp at Richmond Saturdav For the next two weeks they will be away on Vacation Next Sunday the Rev Howard A Umenhofer Mont Vemqn N H will occupy the pulpit at the Hollls Center Baptist Church at 10 30 a m and at 7 30 p m the service will be conducted bv a member of the Gideons Mi and Mrs Roger Wheaton and two children Bonnie and Marguerite passed the week end with relatives In Pre.sque Isle Mrs Wheaton's sister and niece Mrs Lela Halnes and Miss Joyce Haines returned with them after a two weeks visit there Algle Hansen H a surgical pa- tient at Mercv Hospital Poitland Mickey Connett, '49 Spud Queen, Enters Miss Maine Competition Id Town, 1 Need- Colorful Indian Pageant Due At Old Town This Week End Brunswick Asks For Schools Town Meeting Scheduled Tonight DUpllch) Brunswick, 1 special town meeting Wednesday night will be asked to appropriate 50 for repairs and alterations to hree school buildings Action on a seven room addl- lon to the present high school which it is estimated will cost 99 800 to build and equip will be deferred until Brunswick has been able to work out satisfactory ar- rangements on tuition with the neighboring towns of Topsham laipswell Bowdolnham and Bow- doin master of ceremonies or [sportsman shows will be mas- '.er of for the annual Indian Pafeant Friday Saturday and Sunday at the Penobscot Reservation sponsored bv Penobscot Indian Tribe Needahbeh Is an expert marks- man and champion fly and bait caster as as being an expert on Indian lore He is a famous guide and has recently returned from Alaska where he has com- pleted a moving picture on fish- ing Andrew Dana will direct the music for the pageant Nicholaa Ranco scenery and light effects Lawrence Sockalexls sound ef- fecti Mrs Andrew Dana dance director Lena Pole hies and Nora Ranco wardrobe Mm Watie Alke. publicity and Theodoie Mitchell, tickets Taking pail will be Governor Albert Nicola Gabriel Polchles, Ar- thur Neptune Andrew Dana, Roger Ranco Leo Francis, Donald Bath Rotary Head Resigns William L. Skelton Named Successor Ihperlal DiiD'tch) Bath Aug 1 Thomas phy resigned today as president of the Bath Rotary Club an.i the pt a in ing Mrs Citizens attending Wednesday nights meeting which Is set for 7 30, will hear a report by a spe- cial survey committee headed by Alfred M Senter and including Dr Maurice J Dionne school committee chairman. Clement F Robinson, Mrs Edwird Norton and Mrs Edward C Klrkland The report, which has already been studied by the School Com- mittee Selectmen and Finance Committee makes recommenda- tions which form the basis of ap- propriations request Included among the proposals are expenditure of for partitioning a large room in the Union School addition to form two and to Install modern toilet facilities insulation and storm windows, 500 for en- larging the high school cafeteria and metal shop by taking space from the girls' and boys locker rooms 600 for installation of a movable partition to divide a large high school classroom 150 for changes In plumbing and ventila- tion at the Longfellow School The Selectmen have also in- serted two articles one dealing with tarring of roads and another with quahog license fees The Town will be asked to transfer from anticipated automo- bile excise tax revenue to the tar- Daigle Henry Sockbeson Sammy Sapiel Matthew Sappier, Joseph Saplel James Sappier Joseph. Polchles Michael Ranco Earl Nel- son Louis Gould and Joseph Francis Women and girls taking part will be Susan Dana Madeleine Sappier Mabel Ranco Ranco, Janet Moore Nancy Lolar Fneda Ranco Martha Francis, Alice RaJico. Mary Spencer Delia Ranco Merlene Paul, Maxine Francis Mildred Alkens Neptune Clara Mitchell, Andrea Mitchell Linda Stewart Patricia Lolar Sandra Mitchell, Jeanetu Daigle Mary Sappier Teresa Sap- pier Stella Sappier Melvlna Nep- tune and Irene Ranco Members of the Passamaquoddy tribe of Eastpoit also will take part la ted Com- Sea- More State Of Maine News On Page 13 Street Bath ring account in order to treat sev- eral roads and streets which were hard hit last Winter The recom- mendation comes from Highway Superintendent Cyrus Trufant and Manager John J Desmond who feels action this year will ob- Governor Nicola chief of Penobscot will open the pageant and extend greetings will Include council meeting, In- dian wedding ceremony wedding dance peace pipe ceremony, leg- end of the green corn dance Specialties Include the follow- ing dances Medicine man. spear, bow and arrow pine cone. owl. eagle tomahawk micmac rab- bit buffalo and prairie chicken dances Water sports include canoe races Canoe tilting log rolling and others Proceeds from the pageant Will be used for St Ann's Catholic Church on the reservation Rocheste7Ball Player Injured By Truck DUpileh) Rochester, N. H Aug 1 cis Cox 20 son of Mr and Mrs. Lester Cox of 29 Autumn Street. E resi- reet to is tele- viate even greater expenditures later i The Selectmen also ask per- mission to use income from shell- fish licenses for the Improvement and preservation of the quahog flats of Maquoit Bay Diggers have already moved 630 bushels of quahogs from thickly seeded to barren areas donating labor and the use of their boats Town of- Ilcials feel license fees paid in by the diggers should be used for further conservation work East Rochester pitcher and out- fielder for the East Rochester team to the Sunset League was injured this afternoon at Ber- wick Me. where he is employed at the Beaver Dam Mill of tht W H Champlln Company A two wheel truck of lumber tipped over striking him on left leg and side He was treated by Dr. Anthony M Bonnano at Berwick and brought here to Fria- ble Memorial Hospital tonight The full extent of his Injuries will not be known until X-ray exam- inations Miss Marilyn Brooklyn N Y of Is visiting "her aunt Esther Friedman for the summer vacation Mr and Mrs Roy Dlxon enter- tained members of the Ml Wash- inirton Club United Order of Inde- pendent Odd Ladies in Dover N H Saturday Sunday Mr and Mrs Dlxon entertained for supper Mr and Mis Henry Gerrish Ports- mouth N H weie Herman Afternoon callers Locke and Mrs Lead Irx al Mr and Mrs Carroll Babb and to their home In Cold famllv Weit Baldwin Sun N y dav visitors of Mr and I James Stevens and daugh- Mrs Francis Holden aftd Miss lpr returned home from Winchester N H where they ale been visiting for three eeks A planning meeting of the Vveburg Woman s lub was held in Monday evening Mrs T C Eastman has sold he Doughnut Tree House to George Young who plans to live here and remodel the building Ruth Holden John Walkei Clinton Conn. ha-s returned after passing a few at his home on Leach Hill Mrs Walker remained a while Mr and Mrs John Polland and Mi and Mrs Stuart Edwards and childien Jollne and Perrv des- cent 1-ake has returned alter a visit at Lpton and Green Pond Willard Jordan Bunnybrook who has been a patient for Several weeks at the Maine Gen- eVal Hospital Portland returned to, his homr Monday Mrs Frnnk son Christopher West HtmsbOrv Conn and Mrs Heleno Arsen- gchleki and children RUhaid and Susan Frenchtown N J are pawilng a vacation at the Holden s Cottage Leach Hill ROMA CAFE Now Open DallT fnc.pt W  evening for 6 45 Supper p m will be callec Mis Gilbert Cox and her daugh- tei Joyce leturned Monday eve- ning from a visit of two weeks with Mrs Coxs mother at Lubec. The Rev Alr-ert Galsford will have the month of August for his vacation Mr and Mr are spending this week wich R I During thtlr absence Dlfkey Lombard of Noith Gor- ham called on his aunt, Mrs and Mis Guy Wcstcott Steep Falls Now haII Photo Miss Mkkoy Conned Skowhegan Aug 1 Mickey :onnett Maine s 1949 Potato Blossom Queen has announced that she will enter the Miss Maine contest at the Skowhegan State Kali AUK 14-11) Mloi onnHI who iccr-ntlv took puil In I he pnliilo feitlvitl at F'oit 1'aiifXld Ls the daimlilei of Mr and Mis Fiank Connett of East Llwood Avenue Caiibou She is a graduate of Caribou High School and has .been attend- ing Ricker College at Houlton This Fall she plans to enter the University of Maine to take further courses in a five-year nurstng program As Potato Blossom Queen Miss Tonnrtt was ambassador of good will foi the Maine Potato Inrlus- liv and wan sonl to the Hwcel Potato Ftsllval at New and to the potato convention In Now York Citv also to the East- tern States Exhibition at Spring- field Mass. Mis Gaisford s mother is at the parsonage keeping housje for Rich- ard Gals! Old Soouth Hiram South Hiram, AUK and Mis Rupoit Farnswoi'.h and son Bill have letumed to their home In Poquonnock Bridge Conn after spending some time with her bi other and sistci -in-ljiw Mr and Mrs Haiold J Burgejs Mrs Harry Wadswoith is 111 In her home on the Cornish Road Mr and Mrs Irvin Merrifteld passed the week end a here The Cheeifiil Workeis 4-H Club will golon a pUnlc at Long Pond Thui sclay J Biuce Nason Qujnset Point R I was a week-end mothei Mrs Floia Nason Mr and Mrs Milton speaker ,ei owner ys camp Mrs. Edith Helkkinen Norway, Aug. 1 Edith M Heikklnen 58 wife of Otto Helk- kinen died at tue Central Maine General Hospital Lewiston short- ly before midnight Monday follow- ing leg surgery She was born in Finland May 14 1392 daughter of Johanes and Sanna Polvlnen Helkkinen She came to this Country 40 years ago and was married in 1911 After living for a time in the Young Hill District Greenwood she and her husband came to Norway Surviving besides her husband are three tons Amos and H Ray- mond of this town and Ena of Fal- mouth a daughter Mrs Fannie Truman of this town 13 grandchil- dren a sister Mrs Esther Suom- ula of Finland and a half-sister Reekka Helttunen of Finland Funeral services will be held at 2pm Thursday from the Fin- nish Cemetery there Mrs Emma P Dore Brunswick Aug 1 Emma P Dore died early Monday at a Topsham nursing home, following a lingering Illness A native of Woonsocket R I. she was born Nov 27 1881, the daughter Of George and Famy Soyles Phillips She was educated in Boston attending East Boston Brldjrton. 1 Rev Fer- gus Lea pastor of trie Bridgton Methodist Church is taking month of August for his vacation, and will be away through Aug 27 The guest preacher next Sundav will be the Rev Eunice Buck of Naples At the First Congregational Church next Sunday the new Pil- grim Hymnals will be dedicated At the Sweden Community Church there will be a picnic supper at 6 30 the home of Mrs Mary Chandler followed by the annual business meeting of the church and then the regular devotional service closing with colored of the Monroes western trip last February The North Bridgton Women I Club will hold the annual sum- mer Thursday at Ingalls Hall Doort open at 10 a m with the president Mrs Muriel Byram In charge _ Fined For Speeding Rockland. Am 1 Hav- ener of Rockland pleaded guilty before Judge Zelma M Dwinal in Municipal Court here today to a the Kl- Galfiford at Green- School and served as a practical nurse for 12 years In the Boston area She moved to Brunswick In March to reside with her daugh- tcr Mrs Eugene Babson Haw- thorne Stieet Surviving are two daughters Mrs Babson and Mrs Lewis A Sweet of Colmar. Pa and three grandchildren Funeral services will be held at 8 p m, Wednesday from the Stetson Funeral Home Federal Street with the Rev Thompson E Ashby officiating Interment will be at Norwell Mass, on Thursday _____ harje of speeding on Route One at Rockport July 31 He paid a fine and cost of Conrad J Cyr Of Fort Kent failed to appear to answer a charge of speeding M) an hour on July 31 and warrant was kept open by local police _______ The 01 igin of the dollar mark Is unknown ______ the week end at their home Neola Council D of P. will hold its annual picnic Sunday weather permitting All are asked to meet at the High School at 9 30 a m Arrangements are in charge of Mis Iiene Richardson Mrs Vel- ma White and Mrs Annie Hunt- RS Game Warden Murray Gilpat- rlck who has been slaving with his patents Mr and Mrs Leon Gilpatrlck while his wife was away has returned to his home at Kezar Falls ____ their home guest of his Llbby spen THE ST. RiGIS HOTEU I'M MIDDIE and Italian POM! 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