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Biddeford Journal (Newspaper) - May 17, 1965, Biddeford, Maine 2 Biddeford Steo journal monday May 17, 196s deaths mrs. Eunice Curtis the weather personals mrs. Marilyn Gagne. The. Misses Joan Nadeau and Pris Cilla Verrier All of Biddeford. M a i 01 i we to i o Civ at or Tiseo mrs. Eunice Ada Caius 91. Left Friday on a six Day cruise of Biddeford Pool widow of or Comto ii it men Herbert l. Curtis died Satur Goulet Durec d afternoon at a Biddeford k a i jul Fri nosing Home following a Long school Biddeford was " those attending the Nursery it a funerals she was born in Biddeford school seminar during the past dec. 3n_ 1873 the daughter of week end held at uie University John r Anci Louisa s a housewife by occupation. Survivors include her widower Adelbert two sons Norman d and Robert All of Biddeford two Brothers Roland Sacco and Fleurant Sanford two a pistons mrs. Lucille Roberge Biddeford and mrs. Juliette Boucher Saco and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Andre s Church Ait 9 . Tuesday with interment in St. Joseph s Clemete Biddeford. Friends May Call at the Sansoucy funeral Home 1 Stone St., Biddeford from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 . Today. Sister Marie Joseph funeral services for sister Marie Joseph 5th Grade teacher at St. Andre s school were held Friday morning from St. Andre s Church. A solemn High mass of requiem was celebrate for Maine Clearing tonight de by the it. Rev. Msgr. Aime with Low temperature in the 40s.giguere assisted by Rev la cleaning tuesday fair and cattle temperature change May tides High a. M. P. A 17 1 24 7 11. 18 1 28 2 05 7 52 1 2 06 2 47 8 32 20 2 48 3 33 9 15 21 3 34 4 23 10 00 4 24 5 15 10 50 5 17 i 08 11 42 Cien Mandeville Cousin of the deceased As Deacon and Rev. Bernand Nicknair As sub Deacon. I of singing was by members of a. M. T m. The St. Andre s Church choir 7 13jiiwler the direction of Charles 7 52pi-Oulx, with mrs. Laura prouly 8 4ias organist. 9 2f the Church was filled to Capa-10 10 City with St. Andre s school 11 04 children and also Many former 12 03 pupils she had been a teacher at St. Andre s school for 22 years. Also delegations of religious from different schools mrs. Rose Aline Boulay 60, and convents around Biddeford of 17 St. Mary s St., Sisters of the presentation died yesterday in a Portland of Mary from Methuen mass., Hospital. Saco and Westbook Grey nuns she was bom in Canada. Aug. From Scarborough and Sisters 18, 1904, the daughter of the holy Rosary old or mryl. Ulderic Robert and was Chard Beach attended a housewife by occupation. Shei in the Sanctuary were Rev. Was a member of St. Ann s so Hubert Boulay Alfred Rev. 23 Rose a. Boulay mrs. Amanda Blais mrs. Amanda Blais 65, of 35 Bacon St., Biddeford died at a local Hospital sunday. She was born the daughter of Samuel and Lumina Ouellette Martin May 18, 1899, in fall River mass. Survivors include her widower Charles Edward Blais one sister mrs. Alma Roy Berlin n. Ii. Several nephews and nieces. She was a member of St. Ann modality St. Andre s Church and was employed As a sales lady in local stores. Funeral services will be held wednesday at 9 30 a. M. From St. Andre s Church. Burial will be in the family lot in St. Joseph s cemetery Biddeford. Friends May Call from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 p. M. Today and tuesday at the Sansoucy funeral Home 1 Stone St., Biddeford. Lucien huot Lucien huot 68, of 329 main St., Biddeford died at a local Hospital this morning after a Long illness. His wife Aldea Gammon huot died two weeks ago. He was born in Biddeford Jan. 1, 1897, the son of delphis and Adelia Lapierre huot and was a Veteran of world War i. He was employed at the Pep. Perell mfg. Co. For several years d atty of St. Joseph s Church. She is survived by her widower Eduard Boulay. Biddeford two Sisters mrs. Wilfred Chaloux Green Borough vt., and mrs. Jean Blouin Rumford and three grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted at St. Joseph s Church on wednesday at 8 30 . And interment will be in the family lot in Calvary cemetery Berlin ., on saturday. Friends May Call at the Sansoucy funeral Home 1 Stone St., Biddeford from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 . Today and tomorrow. Mrs. Rose Lundstrom mrs. Rose d. Lundstrom 72, of 2 Fogg ave., Biddeford died sunday afternoon in a Saco Hospital following a Short illness she was born in Saco oct. 19, and mrs. Samuel Ronci crans-1892, the son of Jacob and a ton . Thilda Caouette Cartier Edmund Hache Hamlin Rev. Malhew Audibert. Of is Francis College Rev. Arthur St. Pierre Saco Rev. Gerard Doyon old Orchard Beach Rev. Germain Bureau and Rev. Sylvio Levesque Biddeford. Bearers All former altar boys trained under the supervision of sister Marie Joseph were Robert Garand Richard Jacques Norman Perreault Roger Fecteau Gerald Thibo Deau and Adrien Boucher. Out of town relatives attend-1 ing the services were or. And mrs. Lucien Mandeville scr Brooks que. Or. And mrs. Oscar Mandeville or. And mrs. Raoul Mandeville and Fernand Mandeville All of Woonsocket I. Or. And mrs. Sarto Mandeville North Smithfield I. Or. And mrs. Raymond Morin miss Yvonne Mandeville and miss Fleurette Mandeville All of Woonsocket ., and or. Past leaders honoured by county Al auxiliary or and mrs. Lee Burnham she was a communicant of St. Joseph s Church a member of the Victory Circle Salle Charite and St. Anne s modality of St. Joseph s Church. She is survived by three daughters mrs. Alma Nelson of san Diego Cal., mrs. Leatrice Morin of old Orchard Beach and mrs. Pearl amello of Biddeford one brother Charles e. Cartier of Biddeford five Sisters miss Martha Cartier of Saco mrs. Irene Day of Lynn mass., mrs. Paulette Roche of Boson mass., mrs. Eve Prendergast of old Orchard Beach and mrs. Martin Rielly of Biddeford. A solemn High mass of requiem will be Sung at St. Joseph s Church wednesday at 9 30 . With interment in the family lot in St. Joseph s cemetery. Friends May Call at the cos Grove funeral Home 326 Elm St., Biddeford monday and tuesday from 2-5 and 7-10 . Prior to his retirement. A coma a a i in c Ftp St Nutu at Kesslen shoe co. Survivors Henry l. Mcbride Kennebunk Henry Leslie Mcbride 53, husband of peal Hicken Mcbride a lifelong resident of this town died suddenly saturday afternoon. He was born in Kennebunk feb. 20, 1912, the son of William And Bertha Pitts Mcbride. He was a Sample shoe Cutter Henry Jolin funeral services for Henry a John of 137 Pool St., Bideford were held Friday morning from St. Andre s Church. A solemn High mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev. Germain Bureau assisted by Rev. Arthur St. Pierre As Deacon and Rev. Bernand Nicknair As sub Deacon. Bearers were Leo Blanchette Norman Jolin Paul Jolin Willie Bisson and Henry Bourque and Aime Desrosiers. Burial took place in the Calvary Section of St. Joseph s cemetery with committal prayers recited by Rev. Gerard Doyon curate at St. Margaret s chruch old Orchard Beach. Among out of town relatives and friends attending the services were mrs. Rose Hughes or. And mrs. William Jolin or. And mrs. Robert Cote David and Janice Cote or. And mrs. Albert Gammelin Denise and Laura Gamelin All of Manchester Or. And mrs. Wilfrid Rioux or. And mrs. Leon Rioux miss Betty Rioux mrs. Beatrice Paradis miss Bernadette St. Amant and mrs. Shirley Houston All of Lisbon Falls mrs. Winnifred Ciz mar new York Lionel St. Amant Freeport and or. And mrs. Joseph Bruneau wintrhop. Mun cant of St. Joseph s Church he was a member of the sacred heart league the Pepperell foremen s club and York county Barracks veterans of world War i. Survivors include one son Harry one grandson Bryan j., and one brother Joseph Urbain All of Biddeford As Well As several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Joseph s Church on wednesday morning. The hour will be announced later. Friends May Call at the Emond funeral Home 72 Hill St., Biddeford from 7 to 10 tonight and from 2 to 4 and to 10 . Tomorrow. Donald t. Cyr proper nations to Complete this system. The president said existing user taxes will provide nearly $2 billion of the extra costs leaving about $3 billion to be raised by extending some user taxes beyond their present expiration Date by increasing some of these taxes or both. Donald n. Cyr 57, of 13 Middle St., Saco died Early yesterday morning at a local Hospital. He was born in Lewiston March 18, 1908, the son of Napoleon and allele Lacroix Cyr. A communicant of notre Dame de Lourdes Church Saco he was employed by the Saco Street department. Survivors include his widows it mrs. Sonia Rondeau Cyr Saco to say prayers members of our lady of Victory Circle will meet at 2 . Tuesday at the Cosgrove funeral Home 326 Elm St., Biddeford to say prayers for mrs. Hose Lunstrom a member. Officials request members to Wear modality Caps. Flooded Oil Burner Iaco firemen were called to 15 Hill St. On saturday morn ing to assist with a flooded Oil Burner in a House owned by mrs. Harry Townsend. No equipment was used and the Blaze was allowed to Burn out. His father Napoleon Cyr old Orchard Beach six sons Donald And Richard g., Biddeford Roger l. Of Sanford Robert r., Conrad And Ronald h., All of Saco two daughters mrs. Conrad Pomerleau Biddeford and miss Constance Cyr Saco six Sisters mrs. Tony Russo mrs. Henry Camire mrs. George Gagne mrs. Raymond Lamothe and mrs. Marc can Tara All of Biddeford and mrs. Paul Sullivan of Saco seven grandchildren and several nephews and nieces. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 8 . From notre Dame de Lourdes Church Saco. Friends May Call at the Cote funeral Home Corner of Beach and James streets Saco today from 2 to 4 and 7 to 10 card of thanks for All expressions of sympathy during our recent Bereave ment we express our sincere Fri wikis. The family of a s. Raoul the Faauma to say prayers members of St. Ann s modality of St. Joseph s Church. Bidder Ford will meet at Sansoucy funeral Home t Stone St., bid Deford at 7 30 p. M. Tuesday to say prayers for mrs. Rose Aline Boulay. To offer prayers members of level Tiger Snow shoe club will meet at 7 to night at the Sansoucy funeral Home 1 Stone St., Biddeford to offer prayers for mrs. Adelbert huot " club. Include his widow one son Gerald w., of Kennebunk one daughter mrs. Arlene Spencer of Kennebunk three Brothers Arnol and Ronald Mcbride of Kennebunk Douglas Mcbride of Westbrook one sister mrs. Joseph i Vanusek of Kennebunk five grandchildren several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held tuesday afternoon at 2 from the Angell funeral Home 9 Dane St. Rev. Fred Holmberg pastor of Christ Church Kennebunk will officiate. Interment will be in the family lot Hope cemetery. Friends May Call at the funeral Home this afternoon from 2 to 4 and this evening from 7 to 9. Burnham couple is honoured at party the 50th wedding anniversary Raymond Taylor or. And mrs. Of or. And mrs. Lee Burn Ham was celebrated yesterday with a party at the Home of their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Wade Burnham Newtown Road Biddeford. Or. And mrs. Burnham were married May 16, 1915 at the Biddeford United Baptist Church and they Are the parents of two other children Richard l. Burnham of Saco and mrs. Scott Finley of Ocean Park. The family Aliso includes seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. Burnham a retired Central Maine Power co. Employee and his wife spend their Summers at Granite Point fortunes Lionel Cartwright or. And mrs. Paul Grace or. And mrs. John Burnham mrs. A b b y Armstrong mrs. Robert Alexander or. And mrs. A. C. York mrs. Lynes Eastman mrs. William o Neil and Wilbur Dewey All from the Biddeford Saco and old Orchard Beach area. Others from out of town were or. And mrs. Laurance Ladd and or. And mrs. Clifford Ladd All of Portland or. And mrs Joseph i Miszcak South Portland or. And mrs. Joseph cur ran Lynn mass. Or. And mrs. Vernon Ayer Searsport miss Janice Ayer Portland or. And mrs. Kent Armstrong Scarbor rocks Biddeford and their win Ough Edward Skillings Green wich . Or. And mrs. Frank Moses Portland or. And mrs Lester Wildes Kennebunkport and or. And mrs. Roy Webster Claremont Mrs. Leontine Faucher mrs. Leontine Faucher 83, of 20 Taylor St., Biddeford died suddenly late saturday afternoon at her Home. She was born in Riviere Ouelle que., the daughter of Joseph and Leontine Berube Dumont. She had lived in Biddeford for Over 70 years and was a communicant of St. Joseph s Church. Survivors include one son Alfred Faucher Biddeford one daughter mrs. Blanche Ste. Marie of caravan Cal. One brother Augusta Dumont of Biddeford eight grandchildren and 16 great grandchildren several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held tuesday morning at 9 30 at St. Joseph s Church. Friends May Call at the Bol due funeral Home 291 Alfred St., Biddeford today from 2 to 10 . Miss olivine Rheaume miss olivine m. Rheaume 75. Of 205 Elm St., Biddeford died in a local Hospital sunday after a lengthy illness. She was born aug. 30, 1889 at St. Bernard que., the daughter of August and Diane Faucher Rheaume. She is survived by six Sisters mrs. Alphonse Valliere mrs. Edgar Dallaire miss Alice Rheaume and mrs. Henri Dubuc All of Biddeford mrs. Oscar Clement South Portland and mrs. Joseph Rheaume St. Bernard que. One brother Arthur Sawyerville que., several nephews and nieces she was a member of the wife of an officer of the third order of St. Francis and the children of Mary modality Joseph d. Roberge funeral services for Joseph d. Roberge of 59 Harding St., Biddeford were held saturday morning at 9 from St. Mary s Church. Rev. Maurice Goan celebrated the requiem High mass. Singing was by William Cleary and miss Elizabeth Sidel was the organist. Military honors were Given Roberge by the York county Barracks and the Biddeford . Post. Bearers were Alberic Danis Louis u. Talbot and Bob Hunter members of York county Barracks Paul t. Lapointe Louis n. Boucher and George z. Poirier jr., members of Biddeford . Honorary bearers were Rodolph Vanasse Joe Neault Arthur Lemire and Francis Simard. The firing squad included Francis Simard in charge Raymond King Thomas Magarity Joe Neault and Napoleon Frechette. Bugler was Steven Macomber. Burial took place in the a i lot in St Mary s cemetery and Rev. Coleman o Toole said the committal prayers at the grave. Paul t. Lapointe and Francis Simard folded the Flag and presented it to the family. Attending from out of town were or. And mrs. John Mcnamara Randolph mass. Or. And mrs. Romeo Dion Polso Wash. Or. And mrs. Guy Roberge miss Claudette Roberge and Guy Roberge jr., All of Thompsonville Conn. Or. And mrs. Arthur Beaudoin Lawrence mass. Three Sisters injured in Arundel mishap Arundel miss Cherylann Jones 18, was the Driver of a 1959 station Wagon that hit a soft shoulder on the old River Road Here and struck a tree. The car was owned by her father Weldon Jones Bone Street Kennebunk and was estimated a total loss. Passengers in the car were her two Sisters Patty Jones eight years old and Martha Jones nine. Martha and Cherylann were taken to the Webber Plo Spital Biddeford by the Kennebunk fire department ambulance while Patty was taken to the Webber Hospital in the state police car. All suffered cuts and bruises were treated and released except Martha who was held Over night. Investigating the Accident were state troopers Breen Savage and Robert Janson. Soldiers win grand prize it. Sill okla. A two army sergeants at this Southwest Oklahoma military base have won the grand prize in a diet project dubbed operation Hippo. Sets. Com and Tillick or. And Pless Young jointly shed 332 pounds during a strenuous eight  month weight loss program. Til lick started at 448 pounds and Young at 430. Their prize they gel to enlist for another tour on duty. Ters in Florida. During the Golden Celebration the marriage was blessed by Rev. C. Joseph Ingraham pastor of the Foss Street and South Biddeford methodist churches Biddeford. The anniversary cake was Cut and distributed by mrs. Finley the guest Book was circulated by granddaughter miss Karen Burnham the punch bowl was in the charge of miss Susan finely while serving was done by miss Cynthia Burnham miss june Burnham mrs. Allen Burnham and miss Sharon Finley. In charge of refreshments were mrs. Maxine Burnham mrs. Finley and mrs. Pauline Burnham. Attending from Biddeford Saco and old Orchard Beach were mrs. Juanita Spofford George p. Harmon or. And mrs. Earle Rumery and children Susan Turner and Martha mrs. Edgar Berry Jesse Rumery mrs. Joan Rumery and son Jeffery miss Joyce Rumery miss Linda Rumery or. And mrs. Reed Rumery or. And mrs. Lester Curtis Rev. Or. Ingraham and mrs. Ingraham miss Judith Meehan John Dor an mrs. Sara Ball mrs. Evelyn germane or. And mrs Emery Hutchins Stephen Rumery or. And mrs. Wilmont Bailey or. And mrs. Bert Whit Ney or. And mrs. Roger s Merrill Henry Owen or and mrs. Hilton Lamson sr., or. And mrs. Gordon c. Flood or. And mrs. Lewis Libby miss e. Geraldine Fenderson or. And mrs. Herman c. Clark or. And mrs. Wilber f. Fairfield and or. And mrs. Alfred Paul also or. And mrs. Claude Ayer mrs. Florence Johnson or. And mrs. Harley a. Scam Mon or. And mrs. Phillip a. Sanborn mrs. Robert Big. Gar sr., mrs. Sylvia f. Mccutc Lough miss Helen Sanborn mrs. Alice f. Hayford or. And mrs. Carl e. Ross miss Emma Lougee or. And mrs. Eugene Hill miss Marion Ferguson mrs. Loyal Grant or. And mrs. Roy Watson and daughters Susan and Sharon or. And mrs. Richard l. Burnham and children Karen Cynthia and june or. And mrs. Allen Burnham and son Michael and the Host and hostess. Present from out of town were or. And mrs. Willard Crane Portland or. And mrs. Roy Fairfield Putney it. Or. And mrs. Leroy a. Webster Claremont Or. And mrs. Elwood Ladd and children Bruce Barry and Kenneth Kennebunk or. And mrs. Roland Hyman Hollis Center or. And mrs. Elmer Elwood and daughter Constance of South Portland or. And mrs. Parker Williams sr., South Portland or. And mrs. Joseph s. Key Gorham or. And mrs. Murray fluent Hollis Center Rev. And mrs. A. W. Brown Ocean Park mrs. Helen Burnham or. And mrs. Robert Goodrich. Miss Elizabeth Goodrich and William Goodrich All of Lynn mass. Miss Elaine Sau son George Lukas and son. Gits mass. Rev. And mrs. Her Alan mrs. Mary Campbell and local Demolay chapter installs officer slate Carlton Pendleton was installed master councilor of Bradford chapter order of Demolay Dur ing installation ceremonies held yesterday afternoon in the bid Deford masonic Hall main Street. Others installed were George Renell senior councilor Bruce Burns Junior councilor William Skea senior Deacon Robert Weiss Junior Deacon Stephen Ellis senior Steward Stephen Littlefield Junior Steward Peter Scontras chaplain John Throumoulos orator Ralph Rumery marshal John Howard Standard bearer Thomas Kimball Sentinel and Alan Hill John Cossifis John Knox Nason Snow and Bruce Wake Field preceptors. Installing officer was past state master councilor Wayne Mason Kittery and his suite of officers including John Moid ton organist John Dennett Deacon Lloyd Tripp marshal Parker Tripp chaplain All members of William Whipple chapter order of Demolay of Kittery. Refreshments were served following the installation by mrs. Irene Pendleton and members of the mothers Circle. Guests attending included or. And mrs. Carleton Pendleton and children Craig and Eslie or. And mrs. N. F. Snow and several Are sentenced in Superior court Alfred a plea of guilty of escaping from the county jail was made by Leo Paul Des Marais jr., 22, Biddeford in York county Superior court Friday and he was sentenced to serve 30 Days in the county jail on the conviction of Justice Thomas e. Delahanty. Justice Delahanty warned that those in custody must realize they must stay until released by the court or other authorized about 11 , March 5 Des Marais fled from the custody of a Deputy sheriff but was returned to custody about two hours later. At the time he fled the Deputy Hau taken him from the jail to the House of a nearby physician for treatment of a Cut. The Biddeford Man was held at the jail pending payment of counsel fees which arose from a divorce suit. Despite the fact that Desma was jailed on a civil rather than criminal count originally Justice Delahanty noted that chaos would exist if escaping from custody went unpunished. Let this serve As a warning to others that they just cannot do it and go a plea of guilty to two counts of forgery by plea of information was made by Robert a. Lambert 28, Biddeford alias Ronald Landry. He waived grand jury action and was sentenced to one to two years in Maine state prison. Taken into account by Justice Delahanty in the sentence was that Lambert had a prior criminal record dating Back to 1959 and including violations of parole. The information to which he pleaded guilty charged him with forging $20 checks in Biddeford. Two indictments each charging uttering of forged checks pending against him were placed on file. Previously pleading guilty to nighttime breaking entering and larceny Paul donate mar Chand 17, of Biddeford was Given a nine month suspended sentence in county jail and was placed on probation for two years. Pleading guilty to an indictment of larceny reduced from daytime breaking entering and larceny Richard Littlefield 25, Wells was ordered to serve six months in the York county jail. Littlefield had been indicted for breaking into the Sanford apartment of Arlene Littlefield on March 14 and larceny of an electric razor and clock valued at a total of $49. Convicted earlier last week of Drunken driving Edward Simpson 56, also of is jigs was fined $200 and costs of $25. A Sanford Man Ernest b. Poole 41, pleaded guilty to forgery of a Bank withdrawal slip and the Case was continued for sentence from term to term. Appeal of a lower court Drunken driving conviction was dropped by James e. Beamis 43, of Somersworth ., who then pleaded guilty. The Case was continued for sentencing at the september term and an intoxication charge was filed. On payment of $10 costs a charge of assault and Battery against Rose Blaisdell of san Ford was placed on file. Entering guilty pleas to two information charging him with two counts of issuance of fraudulent checks of $20 each at York last july Peter Barry 25, of Manchester ., was Given a suspended four months term in the county jail and placed on probation for two years. In answer to questioning by the court Barry said during a spree which included two checks he had passed a total of about 12 checks in Maine new Hampshire and Massachusetts which involved about $1,-000. According to Barry he had already served about four months each in the other two states As a result of the charges. Kennebunkport the York county Council. American legion auxiliary met saturday night at the Kennebunkport me Morial Post Home Here and an election of officers was one of the highlights of the session. Named to official positions were president mrs. Mildred Hamilton Kennebunk vice president mrs. Martha Beaudoin Saco chaplain mrs. Shirley Doe old Orchard Beach historian mrs. Muriel Eaton Kittery mrs. Alberta Redmond Cape porpoise publicity mrs. Alice Bitomski Kittery activities and Secretary mrs. Donna Noble Kennebunk. The following past county presidents were honoured mrs. Affie Leech Kennebunk the first president 35 years ago and a past department president mrs. Jessie knights Limerick mrs. Gertrude Rankin Saco mrs. Lillian Hicks Kennebunk mrs. Alice Lepage South Berwick mrs. Gertrude Wood Kittery mrs. Elaine Lapierre Wells mrs. Beatrice Wakefield Cape porpoise mrs. Alice Allen South Berwick mrs. Catherine Ambrose Kennebunk mrs. Gil Berte Lavoie. Biddeford mrs. Redmond mrs. Florence Lewis Saco and mrs. Bitomski. Corsages of poppies were pinned on the past presidents by mrs. Beaudoin and each gave a Brief talk on the highlights of her term. Recognized As department officials were mrs. Ambrose Community service chairman and mrs. Lavoie vice president of the first District mrs. Leech past department president and mrs. Corrine Clark alternate vice president first District. Reports were Given from units in Alfred Kennebunk Kennebunkport Kittery Wells Limerick old Orchard Beach Saco Sanford and South Berwick while there were five representatives irom Cumberland county and two from Waterville in attendance. A letter was read which stat. De that mrs. Redmond will be running for alternate vice president first District at the state convention. Installation will be held june 4 at South Berwick and the installing officers will be mrs. Ambrose candidate for department president mrs. Louise Marsh sergeant at arms and mrs. Hicks chaplain past county president. Speakers were mrs. Nathan Iel Cobb and mrs. John Dennis both of Waterville and mrs. Mary Parisien of Portland. Slides of the Philippines were shown by Rev. Luther Jose Cape porpoise and refreshments were served to conclude the session. Car is wrecked in Beach mishap old Orchard Beach a Biddeford Man Leon a. La Bonte 19, of 42 Highland St., was taken to Webber Hospital for observation on Friday afternoon following an Accident which occurred on Saco Avenue Here. He was released after observation. Police said that Labonte s car hit a Utility pole and was totally wrecked. Treatment was administered at the scene by a local doctor and then Labonte was taken to the Hospital in the police car. Firemen at Beach quell ceiling Blaze old Orchard Beach part of a ceiling was removed by firemen in order to reach wires following a fire in a ceiling Light fixture at the Home of Leona Guertner of 54 Highland ave., last night. No estimate of damage was Given. Firemen were called to the Home of Louis Marconi at Portland Avenue this morning for a flooded Oil Burner. No equipment was used. No equipment was needed by firemen when they answered a Call to the Home of Michael Nadeau of Seaview Avenue on saturday night to investigate Sparks which were coming from a Chimney. Fire officials said that the Sparks were from a fireplace and not due to fire in the Chimney As was suspected. Rear end collision damages vehicles Arear end collision at Elm and main streets Biddeford damaged the vehicles involved Early this morning according to police. Norman Ceaser 41, of Portland told police he was stopped for a red Light when his vehicle was struck from the rear. Police said Barbara m. Quinn Portland was the operator of the other vehicle. Both Drivers were treated at the Webber Hospital and released. No estimate of damage is available. Marv Cote honoured at birthday party the seventh birthday of Mary Cote was celebrated yesterday at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Edgar Cote 73 High St. Saco. Games were played and prizes were awarded to Janet Leary Theresa Loughery Laura Robbins and Suzanne Thivia Erfe. Others attending in addition to the guest of Honor and the a prize winners were Lisa Bulger Laurie Bulger Julie Dupuis Mary Leola re Julie be Olair Cheryl Peters Katherine Bogas Katherin Moloy and Linda Cote. Refreshments were served by the hostess mrs. Cote. Wilfrid Fortier insurance Agency 71 Bacon Street Biddeford 284-4434 All risk insurance on outboard motor boat of St. Joseph s Church. Burial will be in the St. Joseph s cemetery Biddeford with services at St. Joseph s Church 8 30 thursday morning. Friends May Call at the san Man haves Florida or. And mrs. Lovell b. Sawyer Portland and or. And mrs. Ralph Goff Hollis Center. Sharing in the gift presentation but unable to be present wore or. And mrs. Rodney Staples Norman Staples mrs. Hazel Staples mrs. Allen Goodwin or. And mrs. Harry Stafford mrs. Isabelle Wilbur. Mrs. Lorena Sanborn or. And son John mrs. Gertrude. Knox and son Stanley mrs. Doris Stackpole mrs. Lois Howard mrs. Helen Burns and miss us. San Currier and from Kittery or. And Tripp and miss Jane Wheeler. The next Demolay meeting will be held monday May 24 at 6 30 . At the Biddeford masonic Hall and it was noted there will be a rehearsal for Soucy Fuik ral Home. 1 Stout. St., bid Lelord from 2 to 4 and i mrs. Basil Emery miss Agnes i degree work preceding the Reg-7 to 10 . Tomorrow. Cunningham or. And meeting. Large lot of land Saco approximately 400 x 300 in town location i blocks from main Street quiet neighbourhood City sewerage it utilities Ideal for housing development or nursing Home Call owner or. A. Aaron 284-6581

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