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Monday, December 5, 1988
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MqjpsqpDM ALL 10 Bangor Daily News Monday December 5 1988 MSA OBITUARIES AND FUNERALS EVELYN M GREENE BANGOR — Evelyn M Greene 78 died Dec 3 1988 at a Bangor hospi-tflEafter a brief illness She was born i Westford Mass Feb 10 1910 the daughter of William E and Rose A (Murray) Greene She lived in low-' -fence Mass until recently and was Retired from ITT She is survived by one son and daughter-in-law Richard ‘I” 'on" Mary Greene of “Bangor one ‘ Brother Edwin Greene of Westford noMpss-: one jister Mildred Leakus pf Lowell Mass four ’ grandchildren ' IT'fbur great-grandchildren several' Jnjeces and nephews Private family Services will be held Tuesday ol Foley ' ''Funeral Service of Union Street toangor ' ' - ' - I'T: “ MARTHA A ROGERS pLD TOWN and HAMPTON NH Martha A Rogers 90 wife of the late -'Charles Rogers Sr died Dec 3 1988 1 at a Hampton NH nursing home ?'Sfie was born in Fitchburg Mass r' Sept-8 1898 the daughter of Herbert on d Mabel (Rice) Bartlett She was the assistant librarian at the Old Town library for many yeras and was a member of the Our Neighborhood Club She is survived by three sons J'JTiarles Rogers Jr of Rye NH Dean Rogers of Red Lion Penn and Eugene Rogers of Somer$worth NH -one daughter Rachel Buchanan of ')Wesl Chester Penn one sister Avis Christensen of Rockland 14 grandchildren 12 great-grandchildren She was predeceased by a daughter Carolyn White Memorial services will be held 10 am Wednesday at the - Kiley-Birmingham Funeral Home 287 Main St Old Town with the Rev Dr George Curl iTofrnt will be in Lawndale Cemetery “Old Town Donations in her memory jnpy be made to the charity of one's choice 3-year-old doing well patter rare transplant PITTSBURGH (AP) - Exploratory surgery Sunday confirmed a 3-Jjear-old New Mexico girl is progressing well less than a week '''after undergoing a rare five-organ transplant a hospital spokeswoman uSid 5 Rolandrea Dodge of Fruitland L'N'M was in critical condition Sun-tin the intensive care unit of Inldren’s Hospital in Pittsburgh rnjRolandrea who’s known as Roily received a new liver pancreas stomach small intestine and part of a -'large intestine during 16'k hours of "surgery tha ended Tuesday - She was breathing with the help of a respirator following the exploratory surgery which lasted less than three hours Sunday morning said thejpokeswoman Sue Cardillo The child’s parents Cyndi and Branden Dodge were at her bedside “The exploratory surgery allowed ( doctors) to go inside and make sure the suture lines are healing right and to see how the organs are healing’’ 2 killed when car hits bridge abutment TURNER- (AP) — Speed was a -factor in a fiery crash that killed two omen this weekend the Androscoggin County Sheriff’s' Department said Sunday Norman G Smith 26 of Fayette -and passenger James Libby 22 of "fteadfield were identified through dental records Cpl Paul Caouette of the sheriff’s department said A £tate medical examiner initially was enable to identify the burned xepiains Caouette said the two men were graveling on Route 117 or the North parish Road Saturday morning Autopsy slated on "PRESQUE ISLE — An autopsy is scheduled Monday in Augusta on a $bd)r taken from a two-room house ’destroyed by fire on the Chapman ’Road early Sunday morning according to the Maine State Police No identification of the body has been made according to Detective Darrell Ouellette of the Maine State Tft&lice Criminal Investigation Division who said the fire and the death are--considered suspicious The yause of the fire is under investigation' he said Police were unsure Sunday -whether the body was male or -female - BELTON E BTE t“ Mod! Arie r Ns Cords -No Wire SAVE 200 or more litkl "it IN OFFICE TESTING AND FITTING ONLY-MI HOME SERVICE SLIGHTLY HIGHER ON THIS AID ONLY Better Hearing Through HIRAM E CHILDERS HAMPDEN — A Mass of Christian Burial for Hiram E Childers will be celebrated 10 am Tuesday at St Matthew's Catholic Church with the Rev Frederick Corrigan celebrant Friends may call at the Hampden Funeral Home Western Avenue Hampden 2-4 and 7-9 pm Monday where members 0f1he BPOE of Bangor wilt condu'ct an Elks memorial service at 7 pm Prayers will be said at 8 pm by the' Rev Frederick Corrigan interment will be in the Spring WILLIAM G SOUCIER PRESQUE ISLE William G Sou- cier 82 died Dec 1 1988 at a Mqrs Hill health-care facility He was born at Soldier Pond Oct 23 1906 Ihe son of Anthony and Edith (Madore) Sou-cier' He was a member of St Mary's Catholic Church of Presque Isle He is -survived by three sons’ Clarence W of South Windham Richard W of Franklin NH and Patrick H of Presque Isle one daughter Mrs Sidney (Irene) West of Mapleton two brothers Harold of Presque Isle and Bennie of Caribou three sistersf Gertrude Guimond of Presque Isle Edwena Johnson of South Portland and Geneva White of Cherry Valley Calif IS grandchildren several great-grandchildren nieces and nephews A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated 10 am Monday at St Mary’s Catholic Church with the Rev Claude Albert celebrant Spring interment will be in St Mary's Chapman Street Cemetery Friends who wish may make donations in his memory to the American Heart Association Maine Affiliate PO Box 346 Augusta 04330 or the Maine Lung Association 128 Sewall St Augusta 04330 “The organs are functioning The sutures were fine” — Sue Cardillo hospital spokeswoman Ms Cardillo said “The organs are functioning The sutures were fine “They had gone in with the hope that everything was fine and that's exactly what they found” Roily was born with an incurable disease that prevented her intestines from absorbing food and liquids Her high-protein intravenous feedings caused her liver to fail Of the few patients who have undergone five-organ transplants Ta-batha Foster of Madisonville Ky lived the longest She died at the age of 3'£ in May six months after her landmark operation at Children’s Hospital when the accident occurred Their car struck a concrete abutment on a bridge that crosses the Nezinscot River The speed limit on much of that road is 50 mph but it drops to 30 mph at the point where the accident occurred Caouette said Asked how fast the car had been traveling he said “We figure 70 75 minimum because of the destruction of the car” Flames from the burning car leaped 12 feet in the air and were extinguished by the Turner Fire Department body taken from fire According to the Presque Isle Fire Department the fire was reported at about 3:45 am The single-story structure was engulfed in flames when the firefighters arrived said Deputy Fire Chief Peter Johnson The structure was owned by Darrell Higgins of Presque Isle who did not reside there Ouellette said Investigating the death ‘and fire are Ouellette Detective Ronald Graves and lire Marshal Robert McMahan The fire department responded with four trucks and 27 men ' HEARING HELP FOR "NERVE DEAFNESS" If you hear sounds but do not understand speech ‘THIS COULD BE FOR YOU" I During Holiday tmaion Only With this ad thru December 23 1988 THREE WEEKS TRIAL CALL TOLL FREE 1800-822-5040 or 947-7717 BELTONE HEARING AID SERVICE INC 10 Horlow St Bangor ME Professional Care DEATHS AMES Vena M- 76 Easton at Presque Isle Dec 2 1988 BEAL Nehamiah E 64 Milbridge at Milbridge Dec 4 1988 BELL' Helen Balderston 72 Edmunds Township at Edmunds Town's ship Dec 4 1988 1 GREENE Evelyn M 78 Bangor at Bangor Dec 3' 1988 GUSHA Maxine E5l Clifton ‘at Bangor Dec 2 1988 HORSMAN Allan L 65 Littleton at Belfast Dec 3 1988 - ’HUNTOON Alvin Charges 85 Portland at Portland Dec 2 J988: - KINGSBURY Ryan Edward infant 'Bangor at Bangor Dec! 3 1988" ' LAWLESS David R Sr 69 Greenville at Greenville Dec 4 1988 LERETTE Doris Lillian 84 Augusta at Augusta Dec 3 1988 ' MARSHALL Lee W 63 Liberty at Liberty Dec 2 1988 ROGERS Martha A 90 Old Town and Hampton N’H at Hampton ' Dec 3 1988 - SNOW Benjamintrr87Tfasardis at Mars Hill Dec 3 1988- SOUCIER-William-G 82 Presque Isle at Mars Hill Dec 1 1988 ' THORNDiKE Beulah Preston 86 Frankfort at Belfast Dec 4 1988 DAVID R LAWLESS SR GREENVILLE — David R Lawless Sr 69 died Dec 4 1988 at a Greenville hospital He was born in Greenville Jan 28 1919 the son of Frederick and Jessie (Bowser) Lawless He was a veteran ol World War II having served in the US Army He is survived by his wile Ruth (Tidd) Lawless oi Greenville one son David R lawless Jr ol Greenville one daughter Lois Lowe oi Greenville Services will be private Arrangements by Harvey Funeral Home Greenville HELEN BALDERSTON BELL EDMUNDS TOWNSHIP — Helen Balderston Bell 72 died Dec 4 1988 at her home She was born at Colora Md Aug 5 1916 the daughter ol Levi H and Anna (Runner) Bolder-ston She was a graduate oi the West-town School in Pennsylvania and the Univeristy ol Maryland She taught home economics at Washington Acod-- emy East Machias lor 14 years She was a member oi the Society ol Friends Cobscook Meeting She is survived by two daughters Sue Mar-chant oi Yarmouth and Kay Wood of Newport two sons Terry Bell ond Robert Bell oi Edmunds two brothers Robert Balderston oi Berlin Penn and Donald Balderston oi Colora Md She was predeceased by her husband Alton I Bell in 1983 Relatives and iriends are invited to call 6-8 pm Tuesday Dec 6 at the Gardner Funeral Home Machias Funeral services will be private The iamily welcomes (lowers or memorial donations to the Cobscook Friends Meeting Building Fund Care oi Harry Snyder Whiting 04691 VENA M AMES EASTON— Vena M Ames 76 died Dec 2 1988' at a local health-care iacility She was born in Westiield Oct 16 1912 the daughter oi Verde and Millie (McCarty) Horsey She was a member oi the Easton United Methodist Church a lormer member of the Easton Rebekah lodge and had taught school in the Easton School Department ior 33 years She is survived by one son Dale R Ames of Penns-ville NJ three daughters Joan McDougal oi Mars Hill Carolyn Billings oi Southwest Harbor and Jean Ann Ames of Easton one brother Robert Horsey oi Hampden lour sisters Madeline Gardner of Easton Virginia Richards ol Sunapee NH Lorna Hamlin oi Amherst NH and Lois Fisher oi Bridgton 1 1 grandchildren 12 great-grandchildren several nieces and nephews She was predeceased by a twin sister Verna Jewell a sister Elizabeth Tweedie and a brother John Hersey Funeral services will be held 1 pm Monday at the Calvary Baptist Church Westfield with the Rev Mark Lunn officiating Spring interment will bejn Estes Park Cemetery Easton Friends who wish may donate in her memory to the Arthritis Foundation Maine Chapter 37 Mill St Brunswick 04011 Santas Everywhere nex-BeD Tin Cluwmi Jo tor wmrH’lt' Slop K your FU'-i tVJ Juice mul Jim our flu tomlort von Jimtu Tw moJiU fo i lioo't from it iffurJiHc jpru c FUfX:VBRD sin CSS 10 DOWN WIU HOLD ANY rriM ON INTI MSI mil IA V— AWA Y GICCf IN ANCINO AVAILABLE TO QUALIFIED BUYERS VISA MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS DISCOVER FINANCING AVAILABLE OPEN MON SAT f to Sl FBI EVENINGS TIL B PM i'- — - — -£ v 4 LEE W MARSHALL LIBERTY — Lee W -Marshall 63 died at his residence Dec 2 1988 He is survived by is wile Ellen of Liberty two sons two daughters one stepson three stepdaughters one brother five grandchildren and two nephews Graveside funeral services will be held 1 pm Monday at the Hunt Memorial Cemetery Liberty Arrangements by Coombs Funeral Home Belfast RYAN EDWARD KINGSBURY BANGOR — Ryan Edward Kingsbury infant son of Edward F and Joeen E (Harriman) Kingsbury died unexpectedly Dec 3 1988 at his home He was born in Bangor Oct 19 1988 Surviving besides his parents Edward and Joeen “Jodie" Kingsbury are one brother Brandon L Kingsbury all of Bangor maternal grandparents William and Ethel Harriman oi Stillwater paternal grandmother Florence lizzotte of Bangor paternal grandfather Roger Kingsbury oi New York paternal greatgrandfather Louis Thorpe of Massachusetts paternal greatgrandmother Dorothy Kingsbury of Massachusetts aunts uncles and cousins Funeral services will be held -1 pm Tuesday at the Apostolic Lighthouse Church 517 Hammond St Bangor with the Rev Charles Hurst pastor officiating Interment will be in Lawndale Cemetery Stillwater Arrangements by Brookings-Smith Bangor BEULAH PRESTON THORNDIKE FRANKFORT — Beulah Preston Thorndike 86 of Frankfort died Dec 4 1988 at a Belfast hospital She was born Sept 14 1902 in Edmunds the daughter of Nathaniel and Maude (Cook) Cox She was a 1921 graduate of Dennysville High School Mrs Thorndike moved to Frankfort in 1921 and was a noted seamstress and doll-maker She was a member of the Frankfort Congregational Church Mrs Thorndike is survived by one daughter Beatrice Emerson of Win-terport one brother Harold Cox of Eastport one stepdaughter Faith Roberts of Belfast five grandchildren Robert Emerson of Lakeside Ore Paul Emerson of Frankfort Laurel Coulter of Winterport Kathi Cross of Morrill and Karen Roberts of Belfast 11 great-grandchildren three great-great-grandchildren She will be remembered by a dear friend Virginia Rainey of Winterport Visiting hours will be 7-8 pm Monday at Foley Funeral Home Winterport where funeral services will be held 2 pm Tuesday Dec 6 1988 with the Rev Charles Heslam of the Frankfort Congregational Church officiating Burial will be in Pilgrim's Home Cemetery Monroe In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Frankfort Congregational Church care of Ada Kan-gas treasurer Frankfort 04438 Ar--rangements by Foley Funeral Home Winterport Deserve MAXINE E GUSHA CLIFTON — Maxine E Gusha 51 died Dec 2 1988 ot a Bangor hospital after a short illness She was born July 6 1937 at Waterville the daughter of Othello and Hazel (Graves) Rowe She worked in the Albion and ’ Freedom areas for several years and for a time was employed by the Eastern Maine General Hospital in Bangor Her first husband Merle Vio-lette died about eight years ago She 1st survived by her parents of Water-"v(llef her husband Phil Gusha Jr one daughter Cathleen both of Clifton one brother David Rowe of Albion one aunt Marion ‘Chadwick of Pittsfield one uncle Stanley Rowe of Waterville Funeral services will be held 1 pm Tuesday at the lawry Brothers Funeral Home 107 Main St Fairfield where friends may call 12-1 pm prior to the funeral Burial will be in Maple Grove Cemetery Albion NEHEMIAH E BEAL MILBRIDGE - Nehemiah E Beal 64 died unexpectedly Dec 4 1988 at his home in Milbridge He was born in Milbridge Jan 15 1924 the son of Barney and Geneva (West) Beal He had served in the US Navy during World War II and was an active member of the Milbridge Veteran's Club for many years He was employed by Wyman's for many years had operated his own clam business and was also a fisherman He is survived by his wife Esther M (Stanwood) Beal four sons Barney Jeff ond Leland all of Milbridge and Rodney of Barre Vt four daughters Ann West of Steuben Linda Pinkham of Sullivan ‘ Anita Merritt of Cherryfield and Ta-mie Rhodes of New Hampshire 17 grandchildren 'one great-grandchild four sisters Flora Dorr of Milbridge Minnie Chipman of Birch Harbor Lillian Colson of Steuben and Genesta Grindle of Blue Hill many nieces nephews and cousins Visiting hours will be held 6-8 pm Monday at the Bragdon-Kflley Funeral Home Mil-bridge Funeral services will be held I pm Tuesday Dec 6 at the Wyman Methodist Church Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery Milbridge In lieu of flowers donations may be made to the Wyman Methodist Church in memory of Nehemiah Care of Gilbert Myrick Milbridge 04658 AiviN Charles huntoon - PORTLAND — Alvin Charles Huntoon 85 of 61 Hersey St died Friday Dec 2 1988 at the Maine Medical Center He was born in Portland Dec 19 1902 the son of George and Winifred (Kent) Huntoon He was educated in local schools and attended Deering High School Mr Huntoon had been employed with several area automotive concerns and most recently was employed by Information Resources of Chicago conducting market research Mr Huntoon was very active in fraternal organizations being a past master of Cornerstone Lodge of Masons He was also a member of the Kora Shrine the Lewiston-Auburn Shrine Club the United Commercial Travelers the Scottish Rite of Portland and was an honorary member of the Brotherhood Lodge Mr Huntoon also served for many years as chairman of the Mabel J DeShon Rainbow for Girls Scholarship Committee and was awarded the Grand Cross of Color for Distinguished Ser ' -vice He was also a past patron of the Order of the Eastern Star Mr Huntoon was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church where he served as vestryman and financial secretary He is survived by his wife of 66 years Gladys (Hamilton) Huntoon of Portland one daughter Louise C Sawdy of Mount Kisco NY one son Richard Huntoon bf Westfield Mass one sister Margaret Veayo of Norwood Mass seven grandchildren fourteen great-grandchildren A son Alvin Jr died this past August A funeral will be held 10 am Monday at the Jones-Rich and Hutchins Funeral Home 199 Woodford St Interment will be in Evergreen Certfetery Relatives and friends may call at the funeral home 7-9 pm Sunday In lieu of flowers memorial contributions may be made to the Shriners Hospital for Crippled Children or to the Mabel J DeShon Rainbow for Girls Scholarship Fund Care of Robert Fogg Raymond Pond Shores RFD Box 347A Raymond 04071 SS MED1 TRCMMOlOOEtl SBC H aBMfu LIFT CHAIR FOR THE PERSON WHO NEEDS A GRADUAL COMFORTABLE WAY TO MOBILITY Finger tip control to raise or lower chair from sitting to standing position NOW AVAILABLE IN FOUR n DECORATIVE VELOUR COLORS Ask your dealer about Medicare reimbursement Reclining position for o nap Rich selection of fabric coverings ' Access flap conceals motor Medieore-approved with doctor's prescription B8 10 DOWN WIU HOLO ANY RtM IN INTI REST FBEE IAY-AWAY GECC FINANCING A VAILABU TO QUALIFIED BUTEBS VISA MASTERCARD AMERICAN EXPRESS DISCOVER FINANCING AVAILABLE OPEN MON SAT YtoSlFBL EVENINGS TIL S PM S3 ALLAN I HORSMAN LITTLETON — Allan L Horsmon 65 died Dec 3 1988 at a local hospital He was born Oct 7 1923 in Littleton the son of Lewis and Rebecca (Sweet) Horsman Mr Horsman attended Littleton and Houlton schools ond was employed by SAD 29 as a custodian and bus driver for 37 years He was also a member of the Littleton 8aptist Church? He is survived by his wife Nina (McDunnah) Horsman of Littleton one son Michael and his wjfe Nancy of Cold Stream New Brunswick Canada one sister Mrs Sum--ner (Martha) Vantassell of West- -brook five grandchildren Amanda ' Alisha Patrick Katrina and Andrea v several nieces and nephews Friends may call 7-9 pm Monday at the Dunn Funeral Home where funeral ser-' vices will be held 1 pm Tuesday with 'the Rev Richard Reynolds and the Rev- Burton Hoyt officiating Interment will be In the Littleton cemetery Friends may make gifts in his memory to the Littleton Baptist Church DORIS LILLIAN LERETTE AUGUSTA — Doris Lillian Lerette 84 of 14 Sewall St died Dec 3 1988 at a local hospital She was born in South Brewer Oct 29 1904 the daughter of Edward and Nellie Mae (Small) Keezer She had been employed as a waitress by the Corner Store Restaurant for many years She was a communicont of St Mary's Catholic Church member of St Mary's Guild and Cushnoc Senior Citizens She was predeceased by her husband Henry N Lerette She is survived by two sons Henry Lerette Jr of Wilton and John lerette of San Antonio Texas two daughters Eleanor Mae Aucoin of Orrington ond Dolores Daggett of Augusta one sister Winifred Roberts of Brewer 20 grandchildren 30 great-grandchildren Friends may visit 2-4 and 7-9 pm Monday at Plummer Funeral Home 16 Pleasant St Augusta A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrqted 11:30 am Tuesday at St Mary’s Catholic Church Burial will be in Hallowed Cemetery Hallowed Memorial donations may be made to the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 142 High St Room 442 Portland 04101 BENJAMIN i SNOW MASARDIS — Benjamin I Snow 87 died Dec 3 1988 at a Mars Hill health-care facility He was born in Masardis Oct 18 1901 the son of Frank W and Maggie (Clark) Snow He was the husband of the late leola (Graham) Snow who died in 1971 Mr Snow was self-employed os a potato farmer and carpenter until his retirement He was a member of the Masardis Congregational Church and the Ashland Senior Citizens Club In 1976 he took part ih the Heifer Project International and went to Central America to construct o shingle mill at the San Lucas Toleman Mission in Solola Guatemala He was a skilled wood worker and enjoyed inventing things os a hobby Mr Snow is survived by one son Ansel Snow of Masardis one daughter Mrs Harold (Alice) Robinson of Masardis one brother Manuell Snow of Togus seven grandchildren seven great-grandchildren Relatives and friends may call at the Stimson-Ouellette Funeral Home 37 Exchonge St Ashland 7-9 pm Monday and 1 pm until time of services Tuesday Funeral services will be held 2 pm Tuesday at the funeral home with the Rev Thomas L Caton officiating Spring interment will be in Masardis Municipal Cemetery Those who wish may contribute in nis memroy to the American Cancer Society Maine Division fnc 52 Federal St Brunswick 04011 Envelopes will be available at the funeral home — riOTICE— On page 6 of this weeks "Sears Where The Magic of Christmas Begins" insert the anniversary clock is incorrectly pictured and does not have Westminster Chimes On page 24 the electnc wok does not come with a recipe book We are sorry tor any inconvenience a Sears Roebuck & Co t I V-r (

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