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Rutland Daily Herald Friday Morning, January 4, 1991 Calendar College Library. 8 p.m.; OD, Fair Haven, Fair Haven Group, St. Luke Church, Main Street, 7:30 p.m. Al-Anon Rutland, Step Meeting, Steel Square, West Street, 8-9 p.m. Adult Children of Alcoholics Rutland, Rutland Free Library, Fox Room, 9:30-11 a.m discussion; Rutland Regional Medical Center, conference room for new wing, 5:15-6:45 p.m. Overeaters Anonymous Rutland, Rutland Regional Medical Center, conference dining room, 7-8 p.m., call 446-3146 for more information. Narcotics Anonymous Ludlow, United Church, 7:30 p.m. Artists Reception Rutland, ChalTee Art Center, art exhibition, 5-7 p.m., Robert Brunell, Carol yn Wirth and Melinda White will be featured. Family DanceContra Dance Shrewsbury, Licia Gambino and the Saltash Serenaders play for family dancing, 7:30-8:30 p.m., $5 per family; contra dancing, 8:30-11 p.m., $4 per person, at Town Hall, 492-3649. Blood Drawing Brandon, The Red Cross is short of blood supplies, make a new resolution to donate. noon-5:30 p.m., Brandon Congregational Church. Jeffords Staff Brattlcboro, Mary Sheldon meets area residents to give congressional assistance at Gibson-Aiken Senior Center, 207 Main St., 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.; Early Education Center, 218 Canal St.. 1:30-2:30 p.m. Film Series Granville, N.Y., Beauty in Nature film senes. The World of the Fox, Pember Museum, 7.30 p m., 518-642- rburne United Church, 8.15 p.m Overeaters Anonymous ' Rutland, Rutland Regional Medical Center, meeting room in east wing, 9-10 a.m., call 446-3146 for information; Chester, St. Josephs Church, junction of Routes 103 and 11, 10:30 a.m., leader and discussion, for more information, call 463-3093 or 885-5455. Narcotics Anonymous Rutland, St. Peter School, 7 p.m. Bottle Drives Rutland, Cadette Girl Scout Troop 161 will conduct bottle drive, 9.30 a.m. to 2 p.m., proceeds will benefit trip to Washington D.C.. in April, 773-7996; Clarendon, Cub Scouts have bottle drive, 10 a.m. to noon, elementary school, bring bottles to school or call 438-6185 to arrange for pickup. Blood Pressure Screening West Rutland, Rite Aid Pharmacy has free blood pressure screening. West Way Mall, 9 a.m. to noon. Vaudeville Show West Brattleboro, West Village Meeting House, 8 p.m., interpreted in Ame- -rican sign language, $6, 257-7527. ' ! Non-Violence Training Springfield, Area Peace and Justice Group sponsor day of non-violence training, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., Unitarian Universalist Meetinghouse, registry-, tion requested, $10 per person, call 885-3327. School Board Orwell, Village School, special budget ' meeting, 12:30 pm. ,1515. Free Library, Nella Grimm Fox Room, noon; Gay and Lesbian Meeting, Methodist Church, 5:30 p.m.; OS, Double Header Group, St. Peter School, 7 p.m.; CD, Double Header Group, St. Peter . School, 8:30 p.m.; OSM, Poultney, . Poultney Step Group, Green Mountain AA Meetings Wallingford, Meacham Street, 9:30 a.m.; Rutland, OSD, Christ the King School, Rutland County beginners group, 7-8:30 p m.; Sherburne, She Southern Vermont Briefs Chester Man Trapped in Wreck Southern Vermont Bureau WEATHERSFIELD - Two ambulances from Claremont, N.H., and fire engines from As-cutney and Windsor responded to the scene of an accident on Route 131 Thursday. The Jaws rescue tools from Windsor were required to free an unidentified 20-year-old Chester man who was trapped in his pickup after it was destroyed in the collision. Weathersfield Police Chief Richard Poland said Thursday evening that the man was taken to Mount Ascutney Hospital in Windsor and released after treatment for minor injuries. The other operator, Edna Guest, 83, received head and wrist injuries when hgr car was destroyed and was taken to Valley Regional Hospital in Claremont where she remained in stable condition in the surgical ward Thursday night. Poland said the collision occurred shortly after noon at the intersection of Center Road and Route 131 when Guest attempted to turn on to Center Road and collided with the east-bound pickup. Churches Will Ring Their Bells. ?jSbutheri Vermont Bureau "SPRINGFIELD The Methodist Church, Calvary Baptist and St. Marys Catholic Church will ring their church bells at 9 a.m. ofo Jan. 10 in honor of the vote in Bennington to ratify the United States Constitution and thus join the union. The bell ringing will be heard all through out the state in celebration of 200 years of Vermont. This event is part of many programs connected with Vermonts Bicentennial. The bell ringing will take place again on Feb. 3 and March 4 at 12 noon, marking 200 years of Vermont statehood. Symphony Brass Trio Concert Southern Vermont Bureau WHITE RIVER JUNCTION River City Arts will present the Vermont Symphony Brass Trio in concert on Saturday, Jan. 12 at 8 p.m. at the Briggs Opera House in White River Junction. This performance is part of the 251 Project series of concerts that take place each year throughout Vermont. The 251 Project series was inspired by the 50th anniversary celebration of the Vermont Sym- phony Orchestra, during which the orchestra, or groups from the orchestra, played in each of the 251 towns in Vermont. Tickets for the performance are .$5, $2 for students and children. Tickets can be purchased by call--ing the River City Arts box office -at 296-2505. , Prayer Vigil Starting Friday, Jan. 4, the Chapel at Trinity Episcopal Church in Rutland will be the site of a Prayer Vigil for the Middle East Conflict. Christians from all denominations are invited to come in at any time from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. to pray. For information, call 775-4368. Southwestern Vt. Medical Center Admitted to the Southwestern Vermont Medical Center on Wednesday was Mary-Ann Pembroke of Bennington, Martha S. Leister -of North Bennington, Robert E. Thompson of Pownal. . There were no births or discharges to report on Wednesday. Obituaries Mrs. Carlisle Rites CHESTER i A funeral service for Luella Carlisle, 86, who died Sunday in Springfield, was held Thursday at the Adams Funeral Home in Chester. The Rev. John Mahler officiated. Burial will be at a later date. Mr. Moore Rites LUDLOW A funeral service for Milton G. Moore Sr., 89, who died Monday in Ludlow, was held Thursday at the United Church in Ludlow. The Rev. William Scherwerts, pastor, officiated. Burial will be at a later date. Bearers were Thomas Moore, Milton G. Moore III, Shawn Moore, all of Rutland; Gary Moore of New York, Steven Dow of Burlington and Todd Chamber-lain of Maryland. Eulogist was Larry Kelly and soloist as Jerry Martel, both of the Rotary Club. was Jerry Martel, both of the Ludlow Hastings-Adams Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. William F. Hoisington BRAINTREE A memorial service for William Folwell Hoisington, 66, who died Wednesday at Gifiord Memorial Hospital, will be held at a later date. He was bom Dec. 27, 1924, in Greenwich, Conn., son of William and Rose (Brezovski) Hoisington. He graduated from high school in Greenwich and attended Columbia University and Virginia Polytechnical Institute, majoring in engineering. He married Cecil Board man on Feb. 20, 1950. They moved to Braintree Hill in 1968. Mr. Hoisington was a self-employed sculptor and worked with glass, wood and metals. He was a member of the New York Mineralogical Society. Survivors include his wife of Braintree Hill; two sons, David Hoisington of Mendeth, N.H., and Michael Hoisington of Littleton, Mass.; a daughter, Barbara Hoisington of Frankfurt, Germany; a stepson, Hans Winberg of Philadelphia, Penn.; 10 grandchildren; and one greatgrandchild. ' Mortgage Continued from page 5 of land at the south end of Green Mountain Turnpike, , one mile south of Green Mountain' Union High School. There are three other occupied homes in the vicinity. Despite Manufacturer Hanovers concession that the assessor it hired looked at the wrong property, the company has told Stevens that she has to prove that she lives in her home, she said. Following requests by the company, Stevens has been sending the firm copies of phone bills, power bills and fuel oil bills as proof of her residency. The Chester town assessor also sent a letter to the company saying that Stevens lives in the town. The company has yet to be convinced that Stevens still qualifies for the discount payment rate she was receiving when her loan was with the Federal Home Administration. Every time I would send them Manchester Continued from page 5 dominance of the retail trade in downtown Manchester, converting it to all designer outlets, said Sparkman, a tireless critic of development. Hauben is in the midst of trying to win town approval for his proposed River Bend shopping complex opposite the Crystal Palace on Route 1 1-30. The project site is about 100 yards east of downtown Manchesters main intersection, the notorious Malfunction Junction. The Zoning Board of Adjustment will meet Monday to review Families . Continued from page 5 reports about U.S. plans to deploy troops to the Middle East in July. He discovered the Military Family Support Network three weeks ago and was attracted to its statement of purpose, that people could be patriotic and still question the administrations policy. Thursdays meeting also brought forth an exchange of information, a discussion of what was in or not in the press, plans for local and national demonstrations, and an upcoming daily national call-in about the Gulf crisis on the Public Broadcast System. Arrangements are under the direction of Day Funeral Home in Randolph. Vance Hurd Jr. WINDSOR A funeral service for Vance Hurd Jr 58, who died Wednesday morning at Eden Park Nursing Home in Brattleboro, will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Knight Funeral Home with the Rev. Thomas Hiltsley officiating. Committal services will be in Village Cemetery in Surry, N.H. at 1:30 p.m. He was born Aug. 14, 1932, in Bellows Falls, son of Vance and Mabel (Curtis) Hurd. Mr. Hurd received his schooling in Windsor, graduating from Windsor High School in 1950. He served in the U.S. Air Force and was employed in the Windsor area. He was a member of the First Baptist Church. Survivors are his mother of Spring-field; three brothers, Arthur P. Hurd of Chapin, S.C., David Hurd ofSun Valley, Calif., and Norman Hurd of White River Junction; several nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the funeral home Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. Contributions in lieu of flowers may be made to Calvary Baptist Church, 156 Main St., Springfield 05156. Viola R. Gibbs HARRISVILLE, N.H. Burial of Viola R. Gibbs, 84, who died Wednesday at Monadock Community Hospital in Peterborough, will be held at a later date in Willard Hill Cemetery in Chesham. There will be no services.. She was bom Nov. 8, 1906, in Chesham, daughter of Edward and Harriet (SymondslRussell. She attended a one-room school in Chesham. Mrs. Gibbs was employed at Cheshire ' Mills, Homestead Mills and Winding Brook Lodge in Keene. She was a housekeeper for several area families in later year!,. Survivors include a son, Thomas Beaulieu Jr. of Dublin; two daughters, Annette Johnson of Cavendish, Vt and one thing they wtftild send 'me' something telling me they need something else," Stevens said. Besides the long . phper trail, ' Stevens has also paid money out of her own pocket to cover house insurance costs that Manufacturers Hanover is supposed to cover. The insurance company sent the bill directly to Stevens and she paid it rather than deal with Manufacturers Hanover again. While all this is going on, Stevens has been sending $120 a month to Florida, which is the amount she paid before FHA sold her mortgage. She refuses to pay the extra money that would go to the escrow account. Stevens said the company wants a total of $434 a month from her. The company has continued to accept the amount Stevens has sent and she is not sure what the letter she receives on Christmas Eve means. an analysis of a revised traffic impact study by an engineer for Hauben. The analysis, written by town-hired engineer Joseph Op-penlander, seems to conclude that local infrastructure improvements are necessary before further development takes place. In its simplest terms, hes saying your conclusions are still inadequate to justify this will not have an impact on traffic, said Sparkman. The roadway is already maxed out. Hartford Parks Registration Southern Vermont Bureau HARTFORD The Hartford Parks and Recreation Department has extended its registration for the following winter youth programs: t Dance and acrobatics for ages 3 . to 6 on Thursdays from 3 to 4 p.m. at the Fountain of Youth ; and classical ballet for ages 7 to 12 on Wednesdays from 3 to 4:15 p.m. at the Wilder Club House and Library. Preregistration is requested at the recreation office in the municipal office. For more information, call Diana Potter at 295-9353. Joan Tarr of Chesham; 18 grandchildren; 7 step-grandchildren; 30 greatgrandchildren; a cousin and three nephews. Memorial contributions may be made to the Monadnock Region Humane Society, Box 501, Keene, 03431. Hall & Croteau Funeral Chapel in Marlboro is in charge of arrangements. Mr. Hedding Rites RANDOLPH A funeral service for Richard E. Hedding, 76, who died Dec. 28 in Randolph, was held at the Bethany United Church of Christ in Randolph on Monday. The Rev. Kathy Eddy officiated. Organist was Marilyn Poison. Bearers were Bruce Kuehn, Gordon Wiggett, Pat LeFebvre, Wilbur Bowen, Bert Moffatt and Stanley Wood. Omitted from the obituary was a son, David Hedding, who predeceased him in 1981. Mrs. Canfield Rites ARLINGTON A funeral service for Marjorie Canfield, who died Monday evening at Weston-Hadden Convalescent Center following a long illness, was held Thursday morning from St. Margaret Marys Church in Arlington. Con-celebrants were the Rev. George Dupuis, pastor, and the Rev. Michael Dem-asi, pastor of St. John the Baptist Church in North Bennington. Entombment took place in St. Col-umbans Chapel in Arlington with burial to be in this cemetery at a later date. Organist was Louise Gauthier and soloist was Shirley Flood. Readers were Carolyn Canfield, Joan Lashinski and Deboran Aken, all granddaughters. Offertory gifts were presented by Betsy Swann, Susan Kane, Linda Pol- umbo, Annie Kane and Jennifer Pol-umbo. A prayer service preceded the mass at Mahar & Son Funeral Home. Mrs. Miles Rites SHAFTSBURY A candlelight service for Kathleen C. Miles, 84, who died Dec. 6 at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center in Bennington, was held Wednesday evening at the Shaftsbury United Methodist Church. The Rev. Dr. William Waters, pastor, officiated, Organist was Eleanor Lawrence. ' Reader was William Miles, a sort. V-"" v: j" u a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 5, at Megan 'Arrangements w'nerB'nnTF,fermyFunererlHo!Tie,' Quaker !n Hanson-Walbndge Funeral Roadi Queensbury. The Rev. Frank Ha- ' vertSi'-comthnator of - pastorai care at , Glens' Falls Hospital, will officiate. - IJ t ' tion Home in Bennington. T Mrs. Prouty Ritei JAMAICA A graveside service for Joan L. Prouty, 57, who died oh Dec. 30 at Grace Cottage Hospital in Towns-hend, was held Thursday at 2 p.m. in the Rawsonville Cemetery. The Rev. Vernon Stanley of the Jamaica Commu- iite Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Arthur G. Hosford SPRINGFIELD A funeral service for Arthur G. Hosford, 77, who died Wednesday evening at the Springfield Hospital, will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. in the United Methodist Church. The Rev. Henry Cheney, pastor, will officiate assisted by the Rev. Richard Wallace of South Londonderry. Burial will follow in Oakland Cemetery. He was born April 16, 1913, in St. Johnsbury, son of Charles and Ida (Moye) Hosford. He attended schools in Pittsburgh, Penn., and graduated from the Pittsburgh School of Accounting in 1936. He married Ruby Hudson, July 28, 1939, in Newark. Mr. Hosford had been employed by the Fatrbanks-Morse Scale Company in .Buffalo, N.Y., and Pittsburgh. He retired in 1978 from the Jones and Lamson Machine Company as assistant treasurer and office manager after 27 years of service. He was a member of the United Methodist Church. St. Johns Masonic Lodge 41 F&AM, York Rite Bodies of Masonry including the Knights Templar, and the Ramona Chapter 4, Order of Eustern Star. Survivors include his wife of Spring-field; a daughter, Mrs. Russell (Marilyn) Comstock of Springfield; a 6on, Arthur G. Hosford Jr. of Yarmouth, Maine; four grandchildren; and several cousins. Friends may call at the Davis Memorial Chapel on Friday from 7 to 9 p m. and at the church on Saturday at 1:30 p m. A service by the Masonic Lodge will be conducted Friday at 8 p.m. at the ' funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the United Methodist Church, Steeple Fund, 10 Valley St., Springfield, 05156 or to a charity of ones choice. Edward H. Wimett RIPTON - A funeral service for Edward Squint" H. Wimett, 69, who died Monday night at his home, was held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Ripton Community Methodist Church. The Rev. Gerald Rowe officiated. Burial followed m Cook Cemetery in Ripton. Bearers were David Nuceder, Richard Webb, Roger Dragon. Alan Smith, George Caswell and Paul Steel. Arrangements were under the direction of Sanderson Funeral Service in Middlebury Grace M. Blanchard BRANDON Grace Muriel Blanchard, 70, a resident of Brandon since 1965, died early Thursday morning at Porter Medical Center in Middlebury. She was born in Bethel on Nov. 15, 1920. the daughter of Walter and Bessy (Maxahmi Brink. Ms Blanchard was a seamstress for Van Raault Co. in Middlebury and later for Simmons Precision for several jeais. She owned and operated the Triangle Restaurant and retired in 1975. Survivors include five daughters, .Judith Webb of Ripton. Joan Cobb of Lincoln, Linda Barrows of Brandon, Wilma Blanchard of Rutland and Dawn Cobb of Schenectady, N.Y.; two brothers, Gerald Brink of Barre and Ray Brink of Bethel; a sister, Gladys Baker of Pittsfield; 14 grandchildren; 14 greatgrandchildren; many nieces, nephews and cousins. A memorial service will be held Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Brandon United Methodist Church. The Rev. Andrew Currier will officiate. A private burial , will take place in Pine Hill Cemetery in Brandon at a later date. There are no calling hours. Memorial gifts, in lieu of flowers, may be made to the Brandon Area Rescue Squad, P.O. Box 232, Brandon, 05733. Miller & Ketcham Funeral Home in Brandon is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Miles Rites SHAFTSBURY A candlelight service for Kathleen C. Miles, 84, who died Dec. 6 at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center in Bennington, was held Wednesday evening at the Shaftsbury United Methodist Church. The Rev. Dr. William Waters, pastor, officiated. Organist was Eleanor Lawrence. Reader was William Miles, a son. Arrangements were under the direction of Hanson-Walbridge Funeral Home in Bennington. Robert E. Pond FORT ANN, N.Y. Robert E. Pond, 51, died Thursday at Glens Falls Hospital following a short illness. He was born March 20, 1939, in Kingsbury, son or Marshall and Louella (Lewis) Pond. He served in the U.S. Marine Coprs. Mr. Pond was an electrician for Glens Falls Hospital for 29 years. Survivors include his wife, Elodie (Lethbridge) Pond of Fort Aim; five sons, Russell Pond, Robert Pond, Craig Pond and John Pond, all of Fort Ann, and Samuel Pond of Glens Falls; three daughters, Kimberly Kelley of Ludowici, Ga., Cindy Benson of Hudson Falls and Melissa Bullard of Grand Forks Air Force Base, N.D.; three brothers, Marshall Pond Jr. of Glens Falls, Frank Pond of Poultney, Vt., and Raymond Blanchard of Rutland, Vt.; four sisters, Eleanor Clark of Fort Ann, Helen Haley of Fair Haven, Vt., Ariene Williams and Natalie Wood, both of Whitehall; 10 grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. ,i ,,, , A funeral service will be conducted at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Jan. 5, at Regan BuriuT will take at Sciota Ceme tery in Whitehall. Calling hours will be held Friday from 2 to 4 and home. 7 to 9 p.m. at the funeral jhletnoriel' contribution, in lieu of floweis, maji be made to the Fort Ann ; Rescue Squad, Fort Ann, N.Y., 12827. , Iona M. Watters BENNINGTON Iona M. Watters, 45, died Thursday at Southwestern Vermont Medical Center following a long illness.- She was born in Salisbury, April 19, 1945, daughter of George and Beatrice (Gove)Guyette. Mrs. Watters was a kitchen worker at Mount Anthony Union High School in Bennington. . Survivors include her husband, Lee Watters; her mother; three daughters, Karen Cave of Roxbury, Connie Sargent of Rutland and Tina Clayton of Shaftsbury; a step-daughter, Kim Watters of Gardiner, N.Y.; a stepson, Eddie Watters of Gardiner, N.Y.; a sister, Rebecca Tatro of Shaftsbury; five grandchildren; several aunts and uncles. A candlelight service will be offered on Saturday at 7 p.m. at Hanson-Walbridge Funeral Home, Mam Street, Bennington. The Rev. Joan O'Gorman, Cabot Funeral Home ONE ROSE HILL WOODSTOCK VERMONT 05091 (802) 457-1222 PROUDLY OFFERING FORETHOUGHT FUNERAL PLANNING TODAYS PRICE TOMORROWS FUNERAL. Gregory E. Camp Director Fourth Generation Since 1917 EMANUEL S. VALLEROLI 1919-1990 Virginia Beach V A - The family and friends of Emanuel S Valteroli were .saddened to learn ol the passing of their husband, father, brother, and grandfather on December 30. 1990 Mr Valleroli came to the United States from his native Sicily, Italy in 1925 as a young boy. He enlisted in the United Slates from his native Sicily, Italy in 1925 as a young boy He enlisted in the United Slates Navy on January 03. 1941 after serving in the Vermont National Guard for a year His service record reads like the history ol the U S Navy in World War II He participated as a Chief Torpedoman on the USS Ingersoll and the USS Ericsson in the Battle ol the Atlantic m 1941, the invasion ol North Atnca in 1942, the Marshall Island campaign in 1944, the Marianas campaign in 1944, the Battle ol the Philippine Sea in 1944, the Battle ol the Leyte Gull in 1944, the invasion ol Okinawa in 1945, and the final strikes on the Japanese mainland in 1945 Chief Valleroli was present in Tokyo Bay in September 1945 where he observed the Japanese surrender. After the war he served on the USS Boyle, USS New, USS Yellowstone, and the USS Wilson. Shore duty stations included Naval Base Ketlavik Iceland with PASRON 107, NAS Quonset Point, Rhode Island, and the Naval Training Command Newport, Rhode Island. He completed 20 years ot honorable service and retired in 1961 He completed another 20 year career with General Electric, Aircraft Engines Division, Rutland, Vermont and retired in 1981. He is survived by a wile, Mary S Valleroli; three daughters, Charron Marie Valleroli ot Virginia Beach, Susan Valieroli Brock of Colorado Springs, Colorado, Frances Valleroli Oakes ol Virginia Beach; two sisters, Grace Rounds and Sadie MacLeod both ol Rutland, Vermont,, one brother Ettore Valleroli ot Phoenix, Arizona, and two grandchildren. The body will be sent from the Hollomon-Browri Funeral Home Bayside Chapel to the Clifford Funeral Home in Rutland. Vermont lor services in St Peters Catholic Church and burial in Calvary Cemetery. Memorial donations may be made to the Kidney Foundation, Norfolk General Hospital 600 Gresham Drive, Norfolk, Virginia 23507. Funeral services will be held Friday at 9 a m in St. Peters Church. Private burial will be in Calvary Cemetery. pastor of the Federated Church of East Arlington, will officiate. Entombment , will take place in Evergreen Cemetery Valut in Arlington with burial in this' -cemetery at a later date. Friends may call on Friday from 7 to8 ; p.m. at the funeral home. Memorial donations may be made to the Bennington Rescue Squad through the office of the funeral home, P.O. Box 957, Bennington, 05201. Mr. Bertrand Rites ORWELL A funeral mass for Paul A. Bertrand, 67, who died Sunday evening at his home, was held Thursday m St. Pauls Church. The Rev. Gerald Ragis of Benson officiated. Burial will be at a later date in Mountain View Cemetery. Organist was Stephen James. Bearers were Richard Wilson of Glens Falls, , N.Y., Clifton Wilson of Burlington, Kevin Benway or Crown Point, N.Y., Junie LaPoint of Ticonderoga, N.Y., Cleo Trombley of Rutland and Michael Madigan of Hoosick Falls, N.Y. A prayer service was held Wednesday evening at Durfee Funeral Home in Fair Haven. The Rev. Raymond G. Maloney officiated. ' Mr. Graham Rites A funeral service for Charles William ' Graham, 65, of Rutland who died Tuesday at Rutland Regional Medical Center following a long illness, was conducted -Thursday at 9 a.m. at Christ the King Church. The Rev. Stephen Borlang, associate pastor, officiated. ; A private burial followed in Calvary Cemetery. Organist and vocalist was Sister Pauline Gratton. Bearers were Harry Dufllna of Merrimack, N.H., Richard Lancour and Scott Lancour, both of Mendon; Keith . Lancour of Rutland Town, Ronald Fredette of Proctor and Gary Fredette qf . Rutland. Arrangements were under the direction of Aldous Funeral Home. Mrs. Bridge Rites MENDON A funeral service for Ella May Bridge, 98, a life-long resident of Mendon who djed Monday morning at Rutland Regional Medical Center fol- lowing a short illness, was conducted Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Mendon ' United Methodist Community Chui'chr The Rev. Herman Benjamin, me itev. Herman Benjamin, pastor, ' officiated.--- A private burial followed in the family cemetery in Bridgewater. Pianist was June Coburn. , . Bearers were Larry Bridge of Killing-ton, Terry Bridge, Banv Merrill and Christopher Page, all of Mendon; Stephen Babcock of Proctor and Norman Bradley of Hudson F alls, N.Y. ' Memorial contributions may be made to the Rutland Area Visiting Nurje Association, Box 226, Center Rutlahd, 05736. Arrangements were under the direction of Aldous Funeral Home. Jl Hollis R. Bashaw TUCSON, Ariz. Word has been received of the death of Hollis Roberts Bashaw, 73, formerly of Randolph, Vt., on Dec. 20 at his home in Tucson. y He was born July 8, 1917, the sonttf Robert and Myrtie (Roberts) Bashaty of Randolph. He was graduated from Randolph High School in 1935. In January 1943, he married Hilda Hatch of Windsor, Vt. Mr. Bashaw was employed by the White River Bus Co. before moving to Tucson in 1950 He married Hilda Hatch of Windsor in January, 1943. Survivors include his wife; a daughter, Judith of Tucson; a sister, Evelyn Candon of Pittsford, Vt.; three grandchildren; two nephews. . 4 S t 9k fc-

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