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Biddeford Journal (Newspaper) - March 11, 1961, Biddeford, Maine It Biddeford Saco journal Salvo Day March 11, 1961 the weather personals f air Carl n. Dubois Carl Norman Dubois i died in mrs. Anita Cloutier. 20v/ went i Worth Street. Biddeford. Is a Mir tical patient at the Webber hos a Spital. Boston Hospital last night word has been received thai born in Biddeford he was the miss Joanne Perrault. Daught Cruson of Norman and Theresa f f or. And mrs. Oscar Perrault. Neault Dubois of 6 Wakefield 30 South Street. Biddeford has been named to the Dean s list at Emanuel College. Boston. Miss Perrault is a Sophomore majoring in French. Kennebunk cub scouts learn of railroading the cub scouts of Den 2, of Kennebunk had As guests at the last meeting Delmont Emerson Model Railroad enthusiast of Biddeford John Carter and Jere my club the knights of Columbus auxiliary will have a communion breakfast at r tomorrow morning at St. Andre Church Hall. Members arc requested to Wear their badges. Avenue. Survivors include the Young a Portland increasing Clouds Hurley former Engineer and con. Biers parents and two Sisters iness and not so cold in extreme in us Tor reflectively on the a Carlene and Carol. Southwestern portion tonight. Fair & m Raro it tp1e cub e visiting hours will be tomorrow elsewhere and colder. Sunday this month Cro a we at the Sansoucy funeral Home l fair and a Little warmer. Stone Street Biddeford. I _ the York county fish and game association auxiliary will meet monday evening at 8, at the Home of mrs. Natalie Kerns 14 Weymouth Street Saco. Members arc reminded to take an article for the Swap party to be held after the meeting. Church notes i Eva f. Hall mrs Eva f. Hall 81. Widow of James e. Hall died yesterday in a West Chester 111., Hospital after a Short illness. Born in South Portland daughter of John and Brno Tea Richardson she lived there during her Early life then moved to Somerville mass., where her husband was freight conductor for the Boston and Maine Railroad for Over so years survivors include a daughter mrs. Irvin Boetter West Chester fll., with whom she made her Home one son Edward l. Hall of Devon Penn. Four grandchildren six great grandchildren several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will he held monday at 2 p. M., from the Bibber funeral Home. Kennebunk port with Rev. Robert Howes of the South congregational Church officiating. Interment the Portland Man uninjured As car hits bus. At the full gospel Church route 9-a, just off route 109, Wells a Young people s service will be held sunday at 6-30 p. M., and an evening worship service a Jujj a c in the Amity lot hit 7 30 p. Arundel cemetery. I friends May Call sunday there will be an evening Wor Njong at the Al Terai h ship service sunday at 7 30 p. M., lit the first Baptist Church. Ocean Avenue old Orchard Beach. Eve the methodist youth fellow a hip of South Biddeford methodist Church will meet sunday at 6 30. The methodist youth Fellowship of the Foss Street methodist Church will meet tomorrow at 8 30. The Junior High Baptist youth Fellowship of the Saco United Baptist Church will meet sunday at 6 p. The senior High youth Fellowship of the Saco United Baptist Church will meet tomorrow at 6 p. The methodist youth fellow ship of the West Kennebunk methodist Church will meet sunday at 7 30 p. M., in the Church vestry. Frank d. Stack month is railroaders. Emerson displayed a German made to train on a specially built track also Many varieties of cars including Snow lows en-1 Gines passenger and freight cars shifters used in Industry wreckers and Many other specially cars in service on the Railroad. All these he built himself and won awards with told of his experiences a Portland Man escaped Seri some humorous and some in re a Ous injury when he was thrown Gard to wrecks on the Railroad from his foreign make car after j and shared Many pictures of for i colliding with a school bus at theimer trains passes copies of train intersection of routes 35 and 35ai orders he had used in Kennebunk yesterday. Hurley also related some of his Kennebunk police who invest a tales As a conductor gated said that the car operate both men now reside in Kenne de by Maurice a. Oullette port Jun port and together have give land collided with a passenger in 108 years to rail less school bus operated by nor Rore their retirement. Man w. Bowan of Kennebunk. According to the report Bowen swerved in an attempt to avoid Contact with the automobile Buti the bus Slid into a ditch. Ouellette was thrown from his car after the Impact and the vehicle rolled backwards Over his right leg. Extensive damage we reported to both vehicles. Ouellette was ordered to appear in Kennebunk municipal court on a traffic Viola lion charge in connection the mishap. Be six divorces Are granted in Superior court an evening service will be held sunday at 7 30 ., at the Baptist Church in goodwins Mills. Frank d. Stacy 86. Of Wells died in a Kittery Hospital yesterday after a Brief illness. He had been a resident of Wells for 14 years. Prior to moving to Wells he had been employed in Boston. He was a retired plumber. He was the son of Owen and Hannah Hubbard Stacy. Survivors include one son Roger l. Stacy Richmond a. One daughter mrs. Ruth Stackhousr Wells and one brother Charles a. Stacy Saco. Funeral services will be held monday afternoon at 2 from the Bibber memorial Chapel 67 summer Street Kennebunk with the Rev. John Simpson of the second congregational Church of Wells officiating. Burial will be in Ocean View cemetery. Friends May Call at the Chapel saturday and sunday afternoons. Wells Albeo g. Lapierre dial Midway 6-5689 Junior meetings 6 p. M., Church. And senior b. Y. F. Will be held sunday at at the Lyman Baptist the youth Fellowship of the goodwins Mills Advent Christian Church will meet sunday at 7 p. At Juliette p. Cote funeral services for Juliette p. Code were held this morning from St. Joseph Church where a solemn requiem High mass was celebrated by Rev. Sylvio Levesque. I singing was by the Church choir under the direction of mrs. Dianne Rouselle organist. Bearers members of the Volti Ger Snowshoe club were Renald Melancon Adrien Petit. Joseph Pelletier Donat Morin Emile a the congregational women s Church group of the Wells first and second churches will meet monday at 7 45 . At the second Church Parish House. The guest speaker will be mrs. Janet White Kittery who will demonstrate the making of plastic Flower arrangements. Refreshments will be served by the March hospitality Commilee. A meeting of the Elbridge and Leroy Hanson Post american legion will be held monday evening at the Wells legion Hallel dredge Road. In conjunction with the business meeting the work Bee postponed from last week will be conducted. A meeting of Highpine Chap a Ter order of Demolay is sched Falls used for monday at 7 . At the Limington. Highpine masonic Hall Sanford Road Wells. The .11 a. Worship services to tomorrow the Saco school Street Doie Anc Rola a Detler methodist Church will join with entombment was in St. Joseph members of 31 other protestant Iceme cry with Rev t denominations in the inter Denom Carrier saying prayers six divorces were granted on rounds of cruel and abusive with treatment by Justice Leonard f. Williams yesterday at York county Superior court. The divorces will become final after the 30-Day appeals period expires. Avis Louis Spear was granted a divorce from Charles Graffam Spear of Saco. Custody of three children $40 a week for the children s support and counsel fees of $150 were awarded mrs. Spear. The couple was married april 7, 1951 at Limerick. Ruth From or. Raymond y. Lord or. Of Sanford. Custody of two children $40 weekly for their support was granted to mrs. Lord. The children were allowed to visit their paternal grandparents during the month of August and during specified weekends. The lords married May 8, 1946 at Sanford. Bobbie From Charles i. Clark of Kittery. Custody of two children and $117.94 monthly for their support was granted mrs. Clark. The couple was married february 9, 1957 at it. Worth Texas. Cornelia d. Pariseau Kezar from John Todd Pariseau the couple was mar National Observance one great hour of a special offering will be taken to be divided mrs. Rita la1tres out of town relatives attending ,.between the overseas Relief and be funeral services of mrs. who presented c and Cashen Laitres Friday at St. Dorothy. Canfield Fisher. Ignatius Church Sanford in Cluck afternoon Alliance planning for sales the afternoon Alliance of Kennebunk unitarian Church met at the Church. Miss Helen Wasgatt led the Devotion service and mrs. Donald Pearson president presided at the business meeting. Plans Are being made for the Normard Surmer sags a Doc Anc aprons to take place june 30 and August 4 at the Church. The program for the afternoon was Given by mrs. Everett l. A Story being sworn in As a new member of the Maine state liquor commission in ceremonies at Augusta is Andrew j. Fournier Saco right whose nomination to the three year term was approved thursday by the executive Council. Administering the oath of office left is councilman Lester Hobbs. Fournier s nomination for the democratic vacancy on the liquor commission was made last week by gov. John h. Reed. Special service sunday the crush do scholarship fund. Pacifists continued from Page one Loch Scotland. Abbott elected Moderator of Wells meeting William f. Abbott was elected Moderator for the annual Wells town meeting without opposition a j. If. _-_4a 7 . L. As the session opened this morn at of. A Seitl trios nuts ing at 9 in the Wells elementary tomorrow in Observance of the third sunday of the great Lent of the Eastern orthodox Church special services in accordance with the canons of the greek Church will be devoted to the holy Cross at St. Demetrios greek orthodox Church 35 Adams Street Biddeford. Because the Cross holds a position of esteem in the worship of All greek communicants this will be the theme of the special services it was announced today by Rev. Sam j. Kalamaras pastor. He pointed out that the Cross commemorates the passion of our lord and Savior Jesus Christ As a Symbol depicting the heart of the orthodox Christian Faith quoting that for jews demand signs and greeks seek Wisdom but we preach Christ crucified the making of the sign of the Cross is the form of a prayer which shows that we do not forget to say god. We thank you for All our the order of tomorrow s services is listed As follows orthos 9 45 to 10 45 divine Liturgy of St. Basil 10 45 to 11 45 the Litany and the procession of the Cross 11 45 to 12 05. I a Wood carving of the Cross Ross Road j will be placed on a tray and dec a $10 sus rated with Flowers. The Cross school auditorium about 60 townspeople were on hand for the opening of the polls which will remain open for the election of town officials i 1 . Action on the remaining 35 articles in the warrant will get underway at 1 30 this afternoon in the Wells High school auditorium when a Large turnout is expected with the major items being appropriation of funds for new school construction in the amount of $339,000, and authorization of municipal officials to Issue 20-to exceed ried july 3, 1960 at Kezar Falls year serial Bonds not Beverly a. From Clement o. $250,000 As the town s share of merchant of North Berwick. Mrs. The proposed Wells Harbor pro merchant was awarded custody Jet. Of four children and $45 weekly of the total amount of $567,043.-for their support plus $150 Conn 30 being requested in the articles Sel fees. The couple was married in the warrant me budget com at Wells october. 22 1955. Smittee has recommended to Virginia Fay from Robert Wil townspeople that the sum of $544, Liam Brennan Sanford. Mrs.880.62 be appropriated. Brennan was awarded custody of one child $15 weekly for support and $150 for counsel fees. The couple was married at Kennebunk May 8, 1957. Two traffic cases in Biddeford court two traffic cases were heard by judge Simon spill in Biddeford municipal court this morning. Mary Diaz 19. Kennebunk received a is new Luis Pended Fine after pleadingly Hie trustees of the Saco schooled Street methodist Church will meet my s. Lean St. Pierre mrs. Ani sunday at 12 noon at the St. Pierre. Miss Rose Laitres. I real St Pierre and or. And mrs. Members of the youth fellow Wilfred f. Cashen Hartford mrs. J. Edward Libby mrs. Har hip and their Counselor will Conn. Or. And mrs. Emile Mapes. Mrs. Harry Stansfield. Meet sunday at 6 p. At the Laitres and daughter , John Mann and mrs Arlhur Saco school Street methodist Lawrence. Mass or. And . Church. I Ralph Cashen. Burlington mass  mrs. Nellie Cashen and sons. The official Board of he school Kenneth and Harold Norwood. Street methodist Church. Saco mass i will hold the March meeting Sun or and mrs. Joseph planic Day at 7 p. At the Church. Ukr. Allyl mrs. Raymond Vaillant i a i to 77court. Mrs. Ann Houle and a la Sci eco a Civ t league of St. An and mrs. Joseph Doyon Dover die Parish. Biddeford. Will meet m p  sunday at .1 30 p t of " Chial school Hall adeste fiddles " also one by among those on the commission David Grayson an argument ing program. With a j vice adm. Elon w. Grenfell the. ,. Tea was served by the Host main speaker is commander of i us a esses. Mrs. Theodore Kingsbury the Atlantic Fleet submarine Imerti is Fleet with Headquarters at nor Folk a. Like her sister missile subs the Lincoln has two Complete one operating the vessel at sea while the other is ashore for re Fesher training and recreation. Ito operating without a License a mrs. Diaz explained that she was a newly purchased automobile to her Home from Biddeford when she was apprehended by state police on the charge. Edward e. Bailey 19. Biddeford who was charged with operating after suspension had his Case filed without plea. Judge spill look the action due to a i the of new members. Joseph. Or. And mrs. Gaston la a At the or. And mrs. Real love ill. For a reception a. And mrs Martin Desmarais _ and or. And mrs. Alfred Disma i the universalist unitarian a Ais. Rochester k h mrs de service tomorrow will be at to Lay la a inn At the Saco unitarian cd by full cmr-"jt1s" Church school Street. Tamouc Etc. Mrs. Richaid Ash Burn misses Joan and Doris la ship ii a a joint meeting of the Bidde-,1 Skowhegan. A Ford universalist Board of Man William Caoutte. Or. And mis., gement and the Saco unitarian Floyd Mitchell and son Blaine executive committee will Lake or. And mrs. Dolphis caouette., place monday at 7 30 p. At the i. And mrs. Norman Laliberte. Arco unitarian Parish House. Auburn or. And mrs. Edward Laitres or. And mrs. Emery St. Pierre. Or. And mrs. Joseph Laitres or. And mrs. Lionel Laitres or. And mrs. Roland Laitres mrs. Louise Laitres. Misses Lorraine and Elaine St. Pierre and Ronald Laitres All of Sanford. New trial sought Portland to belter Homes inc. Of Bangor has asked for a new trial and a hearing on the motion will be heard tuesday in u. S. District court. Better Homes and nine representatives were convicted last month of falsifying documents to secure fraudulent Loans from the Federal housing administration. Debate finals today Brunswick Iff the semifinal and final rounds of the new England forensic conference Are being held today at Bowdoin College. Some 20 colleges Are taking part in the debate and extemporaneous speaking tournament. Cape porpoise Florence Nunan card of thanks we want to thank All our friends for the Many expressions of sympathy shown to us during our recent bereavement. Alvan p. Googins and family. Googins an family. W e wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends and neigh Bors for their Many kindnesses during our recent bereavement or. Raoul Laitres. Or. And mrs. Edmund l. Cashen a sgt. And mrs. John Umstott. Edmund 1 Cashen. Or. And mrs. Albert w. Seavey sr., have returned Home from Addison 111., after spending the Winter with their son Paul and family. At present they Are with another son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Richard Seavey. Twenty one members of the women s Guild met at firemen s Hall with mrs. Mary Adams mrs. Hazel Davis and mrs. Laura Smith As co hostesses. The next meeting will be on March 22, with mrs. Lydia Emmons and miss Alma Kittredge As co hostesses. Or. And mrs. Arnold Stinson. Who have been spending several weeks with their son Robert and family in Litchfield. 111., have gone to Georgia for a few weeks stay before returning Home. Plant expansions East Machias a gov. Reed says Maine manufacturers Are planning some $65 million in at Webber Hospital to or. And mrs. Ernest s. Roberts new county Road Dayton a son Robert Philip weighing eight pounds it ounces March 3. To or. Anil mrs. William s. Spiller cat Moussam Road Kennebunk a daughter Cynthia Jean weighing six pounds. 12 ounces March 4. To or. And mrs. Donald j. Goodwill Ogunquit a daughter Hannah weighing seven pounds nine ounces March h. To or. Anil mrs. Lawrence Bowdoin 75 summer Street a son Dana Robert weighing eight pounds a ounces March 6. To or and mrs. Robert Allie 22 Wood Avenue Saco a son James Patrick weighing seven pounds 15 ounces March i. To or. And mrs. Robert Nantell 13 Jellerson court Biddeford a son Robert Joseph weighing seven pounds one ounce March 8. To or and mrs. Arthur Gea finont Pine Point. Scarborough a son Jeffrey weighing seven pounds 6k ounces. March 9. To or. And mrs. Gerard Bel Aniver. 14 5 Cleaves Street Biddeford n son. Weighing seven sounds ounces 9. To or. And mrs. Donald to. Hondel m Birch Street. Bid do Ford a son James William Weir Hinr six sounds nine Zimnes. March 10. To or. And mrs. Charles Mckenna Durham n. Ii a daughter comen Catherine whiff inf Emi pounds 14 oif Oes. A Nils if. To or. And mrs. To sch a. Perry. 1r t h Bangor Hospital. Plant expansions this year said the total represents an increase of 38 per cent Over 1960 and would equal the amount spent in 1957-the record year for new i United Plant investment. Fall Bride or. And mrs. G. Joseph Barbati Beverly mass announce the engagement of their daughter Barbara Ann to Roger e. Lcmay son of or. And mrs. Rene. Lemay 34 Pool Street Biddeford. Miss Barbati graduated from Beverly High school and Kath. Arine Gibbs school Boston. She is employed As an executive Secrce he tary in the research division of United shoe machinery corporation Beverly. Or. Lcmay graduated from St. Louis High school and received his Bachelor of science Degee from the University of mine. He is employed in the engineering department research division shoe machinery corporation Beverly. A fall wedding is planned. Bic noise there s real Harmony in the properly prepared and. No Mailer the site. Dial the journal at 3-3625, for planned advertising tuned to the times. Toot your own Horn in an and in Small space the medium thai covers the Market. The Biddeford Saco journal a local news Dally since 1884

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