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-i, I- 7 I AROOSTOOK Te 3-4881 longer Doily New, Thursday, December 29, 1955 21 OBITUARIES great-great-grandchild; sev-jieral nieces and nephews. Masonic funeral aervices will be held at the Topsfleld Church Friday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock. Burial will be in the family lot in Topsfleld Cemetery. mends may call at the residence after Thursday noon. Financial Business I Gatdiner nursing home after a long illness.

He was born at Glenwood, son of John and Victoria Jenkins Gass. Surviving are a brother, Vmal R. of Brownville Junction; two sisters, Mrs. Gladys Chase of Bangor, Mrs. John Carroll of Renton, several nieces and nephews.

Funeral services will he held at the Barton funeral home in Lincoln Friday morning at 10 oclock with the Rev. George Budd, pastor of the Lincoln Church, officiating. Burial will be in the Wytopit-lock cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Dow-Jones Averages Kenneth of Lincoln; two eons Kenneth Paul and Vinal Eugene, both of Lincoln; a daughter, Judy Ann of Lincoln; her tep ether end motheP1, Mr.

end Mr. Carl Hanscom of Lee; a brother, Paul of Lee; four lister, Mre. Byron Delano, Mrs. Lawrence Cobb, Mrs. Norman Cobb, Mrs.

Gaylon Coffin, all of Lee; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at the Lee Baptist Church Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock with the Rev. John Godfrey, pastor, officiating. Interment will be In Woodlawn cemetery In Lee. Friends may call at the Barton funeral home In Lincoln.

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Wait 7 NEW YORK, Dec. 28 (AP) The stock market took a definite turn down today in quiet trading. NO PRESSURE The fall was fir rom pro- EDWARD W. HARDISON FRANKLIN, Dec. 28 Edaard W.

Hardison, 61, died Tuesday at his home in East Franklin after a long illness. He' was born at Suilivan November 2, 1894, son of the late Willard L. and Annie Springer Hardison. He had hvd at Franklin for the past 50 years and worked as a stone cutter for most of his life in surrounding towns. Mr.

Hardison was a member of the Improved Order of Redmen. Surviving are four sons, of Hancock. Edwud of Frat-tleboro, Vt, Hosmer of East Franklin, Garland of Rockland; a daughter, Mrs. Louise Kelly of West Sullivan; two brothers, Harry S. of Franklin, David A.

of Lisbon; five sisters, Mrs. Bessie Robbins of Charlestown, Mrs. Angie Perrv of Suilivan, Mrs. Margaret Hooper of Franklin, Mrs. Esther Magee of Machias, Mrs.

Flora Campbell of Cherry-field; six grandchildren; several nieces and nephews. Funeral services will be held at the Jordan funerat home in Ells worth Friday afternoon at 2 oclock with the Rev. George Bo-vill tf Delating. Interment will be In the familv lot in the East Franklin ccmc tery Friends may call at the Jordan funeral home from 2 to 5 oclock in the afternoon and from 7 to 9 oclock in the evening. ARTHUR II.

LNOBaKkY MRS. JOHN FINN Mrs. Lena W. Finn, 82, widow of John Finn, died at her residence, 28 James Street, Wednesday afternoon after a long illness. She was born in Ellsworth Falla the daughter of John H.

and Helen Cook. She Is survived by two sons: Robert and John both of Bangor; three daughters, Mrs Theresa Carlisle of Ellsworth, Mrs. Francis Philips of Bangor and Mrs. Hermon Taylor of North Brewer. Funeral services will be held at the residence Friday afternoon at 2 oclock.

SARAH LEILA WHARFF Sarah Leila Wharff, 86, died Wednesday morning in a local hospital following a long illness. Miss Wharff was born In Bangor, the daughter of Joseph and Sophia (Norton) Wharff, and lived her entire life here. She was member of the First Methodist church of Bangor. Survivors include Mveral nieces and nephews. Funeral services whl be held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock at the White and Hayes Funersl home, 48 Center street.

Friends may call at the funeral home at any time during the day and evening Friday. Interment will be in Mt. Hope cemetery. MRS. IDELLA H.

DOUGLAS GUILFORD, Doc. 28 Mrs. Idella Herring Douglas, 68, died Wednesday morning at a nursing home in Dexter, following two years of ill health. She was born at Guilford July 18, 1887, daughter of John E. and Evelyn Maxfield Herring.

She was a graduate of Guilford High School and Salem Commercial School, Salem, Mass. For 31 years, she taught grade school in Guilford with the exception of one year at East Dix-fleld and one year at Farkman. She had been a resident of Guilford most of her life with the exception of five years at East Dixmont, five years at China. Me. and nine years at Oneonta, N.

wheie her husband the Rev. Alexander Douglas had Baptist pastorates. After her husbands death in 1936, she returned to Guilford and resumed teaching until two years ago. Mrs. Douglas was a member of the Valley Grange at Guilford Center, Piscataquis Pomona Grange and a former member of the Guilford Center Baptist Church.

After her marriage, she had transferred to one of the parishes where her husband was pastor. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Bernice Connor of Guilford; an aunt, Mrs. Es tells Maxfield of Brewer; three nieces and three cousins. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock a the Harvey Funeral Home in Guilford.

Spring burial will be In the family lot in Elmwood Cemetery, Guilford. Cemetery in the spring. DANIEL OSBORNE SULLIVAN, Dec. 28 Daniel Osborn, 83, died Wednesday at a Sullivan nursing home. He was born November 22.

1872, in Carrickbracken, Ii eland, the son of Thomas and Rosanna (Rogers) Osborne. Mr. Osborne came to the United States as a young man. He was a paving cutter by trade. He is survived by lus wife, Mrs Maude Osborne; a daugnter, Mrs.

Ficderlck Geirlsh of EulUvan: a brother, Charles Osborne, residing in Ireland; and a goddaughter. Friends may call at the Brag-don Funeral Home, Ellsworth. Fun-ral wuvicea will be held at 9 o'clock Friday morning a. St. Joseph's Catholic Church, EEs worth, the Rev.

Daniel Henan, pastor, officiating. Burial win oe in Gordon C.me-tciy, West Sullivan. r.ounced and trading never reached proportions that would suggest pressure. Price changes were mostly small snd there were few key stocks that moved as much as a poinj In either diiection. The motors were of selling but closed only slightly lower.

Harlow H. Curtice, Genei ai Motors president, estimated production of the industry in 1956 would be 12 per cent under this year. Other estimates go as high as 15 per cent. The steels ended lower along with the aircrafts, coppers, many themicals. and the railroads.

Others were mixed to slightly hiRher. The Associated Pi ess average of 60 stocks was off 40 cents at $179 40. It was up 10 cents yesterday. The industrial component of the average was off 60 cents, and the rails were down 30 tents, while the utilities remained unchanged. The American Stock Exchange was mixed on volume of 1010,000 shares as compared with 1,150,000 shares traded yesterday.

Corporate bonds were mixed. U. S. government issues traded over the counter were irregularly lower. MRS.

ADRIA B. WORSTER LINCOLN. 28 Mrs. Adrla Blake Worster, 29, died at a Lincoln hospital Wednesday after, a short illness. She was bom at Dixmont February 28, 1926, daughter of Paul and Lillian Noyes Blake.

Surviving are her husband, Ediwa Con. Copprr Coni. Eduoo Com. Natural Gaa Cont, Can Cont. Motora Com Prod ad Cuban Am Suiar Curtin Wruht Curtin Wrtsht 4 Dayton Rubber Dtcra Co Del.

dt Hud ion Dome Minea Doulaa Air. Dow Chera Dreanr Carp. Du Pont ffattern Corp Pattern Stain Steel Eastman 'Kodak Elec, Auto-Uld Erie R. tint Nat Store Florida Pw A It. Preeport Sulphur Gen.

Dynamic Oen. Electric Gen. Food Oen, Motors Oen. Telephone Gen Tire A Rub Gillette Ooodrlch Goodyear Grace Orahem Pair Grant Grumman Air Great No Paper Oreat Northern Gulf Mobile Gulf Oil Homeatake Mnf Houaton OH 1 Hupp Corp till no ta Central Ind Ravnn nttertoll-Rand Inspiration Copper Ini. Haricster Int.

Min A Chem Int N.cis int. Paper Int Tel A Tel Ioaa III Gai low Poner A Lt Johna-Maniille Jonea A Laughlln Kansu city Pr. A Kenner ott Kopperi Co Lehih Coal A Nay. Leh.m Va.Jey Llbbe Ooena Ford Lockheed Loew Lorillard Meek Trucks Mamaroi Marahall Field L. WILLIAM F.

GASS GLENWOOD. Dec. 28 William F. Gass, 69, died Monday at a RADIO PROGRAMS, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1955 MRS. GLORIA WALLACE ROCKLAND, Dec, 28 Mrs.

Gloria Wallace, 32, of Thomaa-ton and her infant daughter died suddenly Wednesday at a local hospital. She was the wife of Vernal Wallace of Thomaston and formerly resided in Warren. She was born July 28, 1923, at Astoria, L. N. the daughter of Lester and Florence (Diener) StarretL Surviving are her husband; her mother, Mrs.

Florence StarreU of Thomaston; two daughters. Nancy and Kay Anne Wallace of Thomaston; one son, Russell Wallace of Thomaston. Requiem Mass will be held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock at St. Peter's Episcopal Church here with the Rev. Ernest Kenyon officiating.

Burial will be in the Post cemetery at Warren. 3 a' 31 IP 30 a 31S a ill1- ma ill a 31 a la 14 a 334 11. 44 la 33 17. 04 4ft. Reservations Still Taken For Broggis Aroostook Talk CARIBOU, Dec.

28 The Aroostook Asaociation of Chambers of Commerce has extended the deadline for reservation for the dinner meeting it ia sponsoring at which Carl Broggi, head of the Department of the Development of Industry and Commerce, will be speaker January at the North-eaatland Hotel in Presque Isle The association announced that reservations are still available and that interested persons may Boston Produce MRS. VIOLA R. ARNOLD JONESBORO, Dec. 28 Mrs. Viola Reynolds Arnold, 63, died Wednesday at her home In Jonesboro.

She was born March 19, 1890, In Jonesboro, the daughter of Lincoln S. and Louella Libby Reynolds and had lived in Jonesboro all her life. She was a member of the Jonesboro Grange, the Pocohonlaa Lodge of Jonesport and the Union Church of Jonesboro. Mrs. Arnold is survived by her husband, Roland J.

Arnold of Jonesboro; three brothers, Arthur Reynolds of Milford, Mass, Ralph of Brooksville and Herbert of Joneaboro; three inters, Mrs Minnie White of Jonesport, Mrs Della Noyea of Uxbridge, Mass, MRS. LOUISE M. SHORETTE BRADLEY, Dec. 28 Mrs Louise Morin Shorette, 60, wife of Victor Shorette ol Bradley, died Wednesday in a Bangor hospital following a brief illness. She was born in Houlton, September 24, 1895, the daughter of Maxine and Lea (Dupleseiii Morin.

Surviving, beaidet her husband, ar her mother, Mrs. Lea Morin of Old Town; two brothers, Frank and Andrew Morin of East MUlinocket; three sisters, Mrs. George Gardner, Bangor; Mrs. 3fta 114a ma ll.V, 14. 33.

ss 14 10 a 1. 3V, US 39. 17 37 3S 17 31 contact their nearest chamber to M.rck make reservations. Midp. BOSTON, Dec.

2 (AP)-Job. bing prices with wholesale in parentheses today: Eggs, extra "large special 64-65 63i; large specials 61-52 f0; mediums 59-60 (58 pullets 47-48 (46). Flour, short patents $6 89. Com all rail No. 2 yellow $153.

Oats, all rail. 0 lbs, poultry 93. Hav. No. 2 Timothy $35.

Potatoes. 50 It. 10. Beef sides, good to choice. 36-41.

Lambs, good to choice. 38-48. Veal, good to rheice, 41-49. Poultry, choice dressed foils, 28-30. fancy live fowl.

19-21 Sugar, fine granulated, 100 Ibv. $8 65 li Edna Seymour, Ellsworth Falls; i and Mrs. Thelma Volts of South-1 Mrs. John Currier of Old Town; 1 bridge. Mass; also several nieces 1 several nieces, nephew and one Increasing Excesa of the number of buthi South till Mutouri R.ni.i Txi 1I-.

Minourt Kanus Tfi Minourl Far, fir py. Monianlo Chair Monnomary Ward Mom c. Meg 31 'i 1M 44. 4'a 41 43i 4 144 aunt. Remain are at the Baillargeon ovfr dfBthl ln the united States Funeral Home.

109 Middle Street. nft one where Wends may c. I Mconds, or more than Praver services will be tn- Pw Murrfta Corp Nat Bliruit Nt Ca.h 34 314 14 17. 4, 34'a 14 101 44, 1. 41 43'.

1 ft 1. U'a 14. 30 3. lfll 43. 4) 43', 3ft 3 74 ar, si 13 4'k 38 WILLIAM JAMES ORR Word has been received here of the sudden death of William Jamea Orr, 82, in St.

Petersburg, FIs. He wts born in Alton, the son of Adalbert and Emma (Kamesi Orr. and worked for the Bangor and Aroostook Railroad. He was a member of the Masonic bodies, Mecca Temple Shrine in New York City, and Penobscol-Orient-ai Lodge, IOOF. He wss official organizer of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers In New York and Philadelphia, and one such organization in New York was named for him.

Surviving are his wife, Carol); a sister, Gertrude E. Perry of Veazie; and two nieces. Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the White and Haves Funeral Home, 48 Center Street, where friends may call this afternoon and evening. 2 000 000 a year. and nrphewa.

Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the Union Church at Jonesboro with the Rev. Paul R. MalicotA officiating Interment will be in the family lot in Forest Hill Cemetery in Jonesboro. The remains will be at the Gardner Funeral Home in Ma-chit, where friends may call. Pork loins 36-38.

ducted at the funeral home Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock by th Rev. Albert Berard of Bradley. st Csvntn Enf Ont Hftvta sstara Mohsk Nortfi An Avia rill Trim Perkin mill be held Norfolk wtrrn Potato Market this afternoon at 2 o'clock at th Mount Hope Chapel, Bangor. Oltnr Orp NEW YORK, Dec. 2 (AP Po.

tatoes steadv L. I. 50 lb sacks U. No. 1.

size -A" unwashed Katahdins, 90-95 cents. Bank Stocks MW TORK WILLI 4M H. HAWLEY. RR- 6EARSPORT. Dec.

Henry Hawley. died at his home Wednesday. He was born at Searsport January 18, 1910. son of the late James and Laura David Hawley. Mr.

Hawley was a past noble ITand of Sears Lodge, IOOF, a member of Brigadier Encampment. both of 6earaport. He was a long time emploje of C. Sprague and Son Company at Searsport where he was a hoisting engineer. Surviving are hie wife, Martha Collard Hawley; two sons, William H.

of Searsport and Adel-bert with the U. Armv in i Germany; three daughters. Shir- Funeral services for Harold J. James were held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock at the Kel-leher Funeral Home, 111 Cedar Street. The Rev.

Peter P. Gorham officiated. The bearers were: Roland Lancaster, Jr, Roland Lancaster, Forrest Lancaster, Edwin Hansen, and Joseph and Louis Cushing The Interment was In Mt Pleasant Cemetery with committal bp Father Gorham. BUN D. HUNT BURNHAM.

Dec. 28 Blin D. Hunt, 64, d.ed Monday at a Rockland hospital after a long illnes. He was born at Burnham, April 13, 1901, the son of George and Ida (Reynolds! Hunt, and had resided ln Rockland 29 years, formerly living in Burnham. He was a veteran of World War II.

Mr. Hunt is survived by three brothers, Bovce, Dwyer and Clayton, all of Burnham; two aistera, Mrs. Mattie Sullivan and Miss Madrln Hunt, of Burnhsm. The remains are at the Donald H. Shorey Funeral Chapel ln R4NR4 Fankar.

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Pt Pfill Klrie Co Prrwt.r a Pu -i'p Sic lift a G. 33 Pullman Yur Oil fcd jo Corfi Ppptabjr A Ff Drill P-arnoIrt Tfd RlrMitltf Oil Rftfkwpil Sonne Jk Ax! Dutrh Loui Frinfuro 32 Jettrh Ld fttflA PDFf Arm AotboaM Air Lint Foart Rothurk Urban Jr Rou Por Srtron AfM Aincltir Oil Rrtcont-MoMl Ruthcr Aoutharo Ptihrn Fr You hern pr V) Carclm it GA CH4RLES H. MINER BELFAST. Dec. 28 Charles H.

Miner, 78, died at a local hospital Tuesday after long illness. He was born at Tapleya Mills, N. August 10, 1877. on of Churchill and Eliza Mcllroy Miner and had lived at Belfast for about 35 years. Mr.

Miner la survived by a brother, Bradford of Worcester, two sisters. Mrs. Mabel McGrattan of St George, N. Mrs. Abbie Hall of Hartford.

Conn several i and nephews d.m.a.m ley E. of Sarasota, Fla, Janet I. Pittsfield where friends may call wv. until noon'Thursday. "nA Sar of sr'Prt Funeral aervices will be brothers, Thomas and Jamea.

Leaders NkW TOFIK rf 34 Funeral aervices for Kenneth McKay Adams were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the White and Hayes funeral home. 48 Center street. The Rev. Charles A Marsteller, pastor of the Essex Street Baptist church, officiated. Interment was in Pine Grove cemetery.

Bearers were Rav Adams. Allen Adams, Beatty MacEwen, Robert Myers. Carroll Adams, and Frederick Adams iGen Motora El a Ind A rf 0 SJ't Funeral services will be held at the Baptist Church" Thur sday rerM TsaSlle Thursday iftemoonat 30 oclock afternoon at 2 o'clock, the Rev Lh Glen Gammon, pastor, official- Burial will be ln th Reynolds Cemetery ln Burnham in the spring. Txl Oil 111, -Hint Blrc 571. tB 8tr-l APi Sa ft' Goiinf prlra nat rnangt af lha iron noci (odr 47 9fX 45-, 43 10 4.

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10, 37 WABI Channel 5 Indicates Color Program Cfiisaler 1 1 a 111, III 3ft J74 333, MANFIELD C. JOHNSON CARIBOU, Dec. 28 Manfield C. Johnson, 46, died at Norwalk, Conn Monday after a long illness. Born at Wrstmanland Plantation, December 7, 1909, he was the son of Carl O.

and Anna Olson Johnson. He had been a citizen of Caribou for many years and was a member of the New Sweden Lutheran Church. GEORGE H. THORNTON TOPSFIELD, Dec. 28 George Thornton, 95, died at his home Tuesday evening following a abort illness.

He was bom at Top.sfleld August 1, 1880, son of William and Temperance Harvey Thornton. He was a farmer and lumberman by occupation. CALAIS, Dec. 28 Funeral aervices for Arthur Unobskey will be conducted at the Jewish Memorial Chapel at Bangor Thursday afternoon at 2.30 o'clock by Rabbi Abraham Freedman. Interment will be in the Jewish cemetery at Bangor.

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34 'a 2. 4 a 4. 12 -a 1 'a 24 2 daughter, De Mich- one son, John, ail of Nor- Survmng aie a a ster, Mrs Ida Conn wven glster4, Urg. Thibodeau of Winterport; three Waltw Adamson of Stockholm, daughters, Mrs. Lizzie McGaw, Mrs.

Astrid Sullivan, New Haven, Mrs. Lester Thibodeau. Miss Mina conn, Mrs. Evald Anderson, New Thornton, all of Topsfleld; seven Sweden, Mrs. Ulysses Sandstrom DOVER-FOXCROFT, Dec.

28 Funeral services lor Harry B. Howard were held Tuesday afternoon at the Larv Funeral Home on Sumner street, conducted by the Rev. John W. Meisner. Bearer were Philip M.

Howard, Francis Nuite, Earl B. Parker and Clayton Noyes. Burial will be In the Gray Cemetery in the spring. 1 Ml Ik II Ik Ik 4A 11 4ft kk 13 15 12 Ift Ppecial Brtgktar Hif dee ret ft tar 4 VI On Yavr Arrannt i kk Caransel II Dirk Carlsaa Sk fcewa 4ft Dang Edward 3 kk Annia Oikltf 3 (tarred i kk Dab Camming! 9 ftk (Haas Sfkies fiftlan Ik kk Jnhnny iarsan Ik Wanted II kk tala Maw Csffss Tikis Mis! Stags ftpketal Hainan Wnrld kannk Stags NfW! Gallant Lad Uvs Of Lift Aesrrh far Tiktrriv (tiding Light Jark Paar lUff Mini-QnAs kpaHai Huts Parts film Featvrs cnienoi. iesoAiisTs ft sons.

Allen of Concord, Mass, Ralph, Elmer, Joseph, Lester and Leo, all of Topsfleld; 38 grandchildren; 60 great-grandchildren; Cuban All Sugar Dcvrn L-duo Ernior Corp Drilling and Xxpl Duiamm Corp Dumont Lab Falc-n Gar Puc Flcclne Bond A Rn Furcka Lid Cuenn Ala-n Coal Gorham M(g Hctla Mlnlrg Hoilin -cr Ho.lr Corp Iir rena! Oil Juni'cr Oil Kaicf Mntort Lake Fhora Lear Inc Louisiana LAI Merrill Rcia Molibdcnirc Canada Mohbdcnum New Bnti-h Dorn Oil Tel A Tel New Jersey Zinc and An Land North Canadian Oil Northeast Airline Panroa-tta! Pele Fniper Gil Fepperfll 31 Rmal.l Oil I Sapphire Pete IS'a Seaboard and Wnlern II Air 14 Shittuck Den Mining II Corp j', Technicolor ft'a I Unit. Rl-oe Mach 1 a 1 Vulcan 81 A 23. ebb ft Knaop 3 1 5a I Webb A Knapp Pr tt Weaiern Leaeholdi 1-lft 1 .4 2 kk is 9 kk Brewer, Me WGAN Channel 13 American Stock Exchange of Englewood, Colorado, Mrs. Frsnk of Hollywood, Fla, Mrs. Samuel Aiello of Hud.son, Mass, and Mrs.

Russell Sweet of Idaho; one brother, George of New Sweden; five grandchildren. The remains are at 6 Hancock street. Caribou, where friends may call Thursday. Funeral services will be Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock In the New Sweden Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Theodore J.

HJerpe, pastor, officiating. Burial will be In Evergreen Cemetery ln Caribou in the spring. ii 31 3 ia 3 1-14 3 1-11 SEAL HARBOR. Dec. 28-Funeral aervices for Lewis Reynolds.

60. will be held at the Fernald funeral home In Somesville, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock with the Rev. George MacDonald officiating. Mr, Reynolds was born at Port Osanto Island. Portugal, January 15.

1895, son of Manuel and Rosa Valaoa Reynolds. Surviving are two brothers, Francisco of Portugal, John of Manset; one nephew and three nieces. Interment will be at Mt. Height cemetery. Southwest Harbor.

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28 Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Parsons Tooker were held it 1 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at the Nelson J. (Smart Funeral Home, Madison Avenue, the Rev, John F. Johnson, pustor of the Bethany Baptist Church, officiating. Bearers were William, Parsons, Percy Withee, A.

L. Nyfting, and George W. Hobart. Burial was in the South Sid Cemetery. 1 ftk 2 ftk 8 Ml 4 kk 4 9 CHARlTOii HESTON RICHARD COONE IIAHCY DAVIS 1EE MARVIN WMTW Channel 8 MRS.

VERNA McCORMACK SPRINGFIELD. Dec. 28 Mrs. Verna Eunie McCormack, 68, widow of Milo W. McCormack, died at her home Sundiy afternoon.

She was born at Cistle Kill, Maine, December 29, 1888, the daughter of Sanlord S. and Wil ena F. Hopkins Dudley. Mrs. McCormack was a member of the Trinity Methodist Church, Adelphi Chapter, Order of Eastern Star and -lay Nickels Rebekah Lodge.

Surviving are three tons. Elvln, Charles and Vinal; two daughters, Mrs. Doris Rollins and Miss Elsie McCormack; seven grandchildren, ell of Springfield; five brothers, Robert Dudley of Spring-field, Milton Dudley of Castle Hill, Maine, Warren Dudley of Caribou, Maine, Morris Dudley of Mapleton, Maine, and Lester Dudley of Bangor, Maine. Funeral services were held at the Dickinson-Streeter Funeral Home Wednesday afternoon at 3 oclock with the Rev. Dr.

H. Hughes Wagner officiating. Burial was in Hlllcrest Park Cemetery. ALL COATS, SUITS AND DRESSES DRASTICALLY REDUCED OR JANUARY SALE! BUY NOW AND SAVE! 1 kk 18 3 ftk 8 kk 8 ftk 8 4A 4 18 4 ftk 8 kk 8 kk A story of foar olght mllos abovo th earth. 8 18 Farly Mw 3 Ift Jahn Daly Arrgranl Prvaiak Dishap Ahrra Umax! A ftk lathrr Rnana Brl Ik kk Jahtns arstk 18 ftk Dig Plrtars II Ak Hradlinra It 18 Apart Channel 4 Whmt'a Kn Rabrrt Q.

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