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Page 30 THE QUODDY TIDES Obil:uarie00 WALTER H. HARMON llI WHITING-Walter H. Harmon, lit, 35, died Nov. 14, 1975, at his trailer home here. He was born at Machias, April 29, 1940, son of Walter H. and Marguerite ' (Look) Harmon. He was employed for many years at the Look Canning Co. Survivors include his mother of East Machias and his father of Machias; three daughters, Jeanette, Abby and Stacey, all of Cutler; five brothers, Elwood of Frankfort, Germany, Charles of Machias, David of Cutler, Elmer of Limestone. Ray of East Machias; one sister, Mrs. James (Susie) Scally of Addison; also nieces, nephews, aunts, uncles and his maternal grandmother. Mrs. Frances Look of Holmes Bay District. A funeral service was held at the Holmes Bay Baptist Church, Whiting, with Pastor George Henderson officiating. Burial followed in Holmes Bay District Cemetery, Whiting. NEAL C. TOWNSEND PERRY-Neal Carter Townsend, 54, died Nov. 16, 1975 at the Calais Regional Hospital following a long illness. He was born in Perry, March 9, 1921, son of Hil- ton and Laura (Hilyard) Townsend. He was a carpenter by trade and prev- iously worked in the local canneries. He was a veteran o World War II, having served in the U.S. Army. He was a mem- ber of the Perry Baptist Church and resid- ed in Perry all of his life. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Lillian Townsend of Perry; one son, Hilton Townsend of Alaska; four grandchildren, Neal and Terry of Tennessee and Laura and Christine of Alaska; two brothers of Auburn, Dale Townsend of Perry; several nieces, nephews and cousins. Funeral services were held at the Flagg Funeral Home, Eastport, withthe Rev. Roland A. Chaffey officiating. Interment was in Robbinston Ridge Cemetery. FRANK M. ZABE EASTPORT-Frank M. Zabe, 90, died at a Calais nursing home October 23, 1975. He was born in Beirut, Lebanon, Dec. 15, 1884. He came to this country at the age of 16. He volunteered in the Canadian army during World War 1. Mr. Zabe became an American citizen and resided in Bangor after the war, where hemarried Rose Lewis of Eastport. He operated a grocery business and was employed by the Maine Central Railroad until retirement. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Frank Creed of Pasadena, Calif.; a sgn, Robert of Medfield, Mass. ; a sister, Mrs. Nicholas Ferris of Bangor, and four grand- children. Funeral services were held at Christ Episcopal Church in Eastport. Interment was in Hillside Cemetery in Eastport. CANADIAN HEART FOUNDATIOIJ IN MEMORIAM CARDS Available from most funeral homes, chartered banks, and the followincj special repCesentatives: ,Campobello: Mrs. Phvlis Babcock 752-2393 Deer Island: Mrs. Desmond Conlev 747-2982 Pocologan: H. T. E|tsworth 755-212 St. Andrews: Don Oxner 529-3119 Richard H. Smith 529-8852 St. George: Vincent Butler 755-3648 St. Stephen: Mrs. A. E. Horne, Jr. 466-2448 .j .Gr,nd Ma=an: Mrs: Francis Thomas North Head 662-3282 Mrs. Allan Zwicker Seal Cove 662-8263 Mrs. Errol Brown I ngalls Head 662-8644 Mrs. Ne!/Cossabo0m White Head 662-8649 Mrs. Murray Tatton ' Castalia 662-8142 Mrs, Robert Ellis Woodward's Cove 662-8692 N.B. HEART FOUNDATION 28 Germain Street -.. Saivt J,ltl, H. !L, MRS. CLARENCE COLSON LUBEC-Mrs. Nancy Colson, 83, the widow of Clarence Colson, died Nov. 16, 1975 at a Machias hospital after a short illness. She was born at Eastport Feb. I0, 1892, the daughter of James and Isabelle (Camick) Cook. She lived most of her life in Lubec. She was a member of the Christian Temple Church and VFW auxiliary. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Ora Hopper of South Portland, Mrs. Winnie Kirkpatrick of Nevada, Mrs. Geraldine Pelrine of Lubec; one son, Ernest Wilmot of Dorchester,'Mass. ; seven grandchildren, eight great-grandchildren, several nieces arid nephews. Funeral services were held at the Leigh- ton Funeral Home with the Rev. Donald Stockford officiating. Burial was in the Olson Cemetery, Lubec. MRS. WILLIAM FOLEY LUBEC-Mrs. Minnie Foley, 105, the widow of William Foley, died at a Lubec nursing home on Nov. 13, 1975. She was born at Lubec, April 30, i 870, daughter of James and Mary (Allen) Denbow. She lived all her life in West Lubec. She was a member of the United Methodist Church in West Lubec. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Evelyn Kinney, Mrs. Jennie Ashby, Mrs. Marjorie Maker, and Mrs. Minerva Hilton; one son, Austin, all of Lubec; eight grand- children; 20 great-grandchildren and eight great-great-grandchildren. Funeral services were at the West Lubec Church with the Rdv. Douglas Densmore officiating. Burial was in the West Lubec Cemetery. Friends who wish may make donations in her memory to the West Lubec Church. EDWARD E. BURNg DENNYSVILLE-Edward Eugene Burns, 87, died Nov. 16, 1975 at the Eastport Memorial Hospital after a brief illness. He was born in Dennysville Jan. 27, 1888, son of William and Sarah (Mohol- land) Burns. He attended the public schools and was a graduate of Dennysville High School For 14 years he was employed as a clerk for A. L. R. Gardner and-Co., after which he worked as a teamster and-woods- man until his retirement. He was one of the last surviving members of the Order of Modern Woodsmen of America in Denny-. ville. Survivors include his wife, Alice (Allan) Burns of Dennysville; one daughter, Grace Lane of Oceanport, N.J. ; two sons, Edward of Westbrook, Raymond of Pembroke; one grandson, Raymond Lane of Oceanport, N.J.; two sisters, Margaret Burns and Mrs. John (Kathleen) Hallowell of Dennysville and one niece. Funeral services were held at the Flagg Funeral Home, Eastport, with the Rev. Douglas Densmore officiating. Interment was in Dennysville Cemetery. OTIS R. FOOTE GRAND MANAN-Otis R. Foote, 75, died Nov. 8, 1975, at the Grand Manan Hospital, after a long period of failin.g health. He was born at Seal Cove, the son of Alvin and Laura (Small) Foote. He was a fisherma'n, employed at one time by a pulpwood company on the Island and in 1935 was appointed as the Island's first full time game warden. He vas well known as an amateur baseball player and was a veteran of World War 1I. Survivors include his wifek the former Agnes Fraser; one daughter, Mrs. Marvin Johnson of Rollingdam; three sons, Rev. Kenneth Foote of Amherst, N.S., Theodore of Seal Cove and Wilbur of Grand Ha'rbour; two sisters, Mrs. Harry Grey and Mrs. Leo Stanley of North Head; several grandchil- dren, nieces and nephews. I hereby express my sincere thanks and heartfelt appreciation to all my relatives and friends for gifts, flowers, cards and visits, also to the clergymen who visited me and offer- ed prayers while a patient at the St. John General and East St. John hospitals. Augusta Finch I I I I II The cheerleaders of Edmunds School wish to thank all those who donated money during their Tag Day. The purchase of new uniforms has been made possible by the generous donations. Helen Dodge Renne Noyes Kelly Griffin Carolyn Seavey Karen Kilby Cindy Seeley Susan Maker Linda Seeley I would like to express my sincere thanks to Dr. Boulos and Dr. Watts, nurses and staff of the 6th floor of St. Joseph's Hospital, Saint John, for all their care and kindness given to me while a patient there. Also many thanks to my sisters, my family and friends of Grand Manan and Lubec, Maine for the beautiful flowers, cards, gifts and phone calls at hospital and at home. Sincere thanks to everyone. Iris Ingersoll North Head, N.B. The family of the late Sydney Joy, Grand Manan, wish to express their heartfelt thanks to everyone for all the help during their recent sudden bereavement. For food, flowers, donations to Memorial Funds and all other acts of kindness. A special than you to Rev. Norton. Wife, children parents, grandparents, brothers and sisters The family of the late Robert Mahlman wish to extend their sin- cere thanks tothe relatives, neigh- bors and friends who were so kind during their recen't bereavement. The donations of food, flowers and the comforting cards and phone calls expressing sympathy in so many ways are deeply appreciated. Our special thanks is offered to Dr. Robert MacBr!de, Rev. Donald Stock- ford, Leighton's Funeral Home; the Lubec Ambulance Corps and the American Legion Stuart-Gree Unit No. 65. Thelma Mahlman Robert Mahlman We would like to express our appreciation and thanks to our family and friends and relatives who honored us with their attendance to help us celebrate out 35th wedding anniversary. Also for flowers, cards, gifts and money tree. It was a special day for us. Thank you all so much. Elwood and Muriel Mallock The family of the late Ford Mat- thews would like to thank all friends, neighbors and relatives for the many acts of kindness shown during the illness and loss of our loved one. Special thanks to those who donated food, flowers, cars and gifts and the Class of 1931. Our heartfelt thanks to all. Wife Elsie; daughters Helen, Kathleen, Hilda and families; step-sons, James and Loring Stanhope and families. I would like to express my sincere thanks to Dr. Simpson, Dr. Murtaugh, nurses and staff on Floor 2 of Char- lotte County Hospital; and, also my special nurse, Mrs. Melba Anderson, for the care and kindness shown me while a patient there. Also thanks to my family and friends for flowers, cards, gifts and treats at the hospital and after I came home. Your kindness will always be remembered. Thelma Smith The family of the late Edward:' Burns would like to thanks to the friends, nei relatives who were so kind our recent bereavement. S thanks to those who don flowers, money and cards the Dennysville Ambulance Flagg Funeral Home, Densmore and Rev. Roland Mrs. Edward Mr. and Mrs. Burns, Mrs. Frank (Grace) La and Mrs. RaymOnd The family of the late Edward Burns wishes to thank Dr. James Bates, the nurses arid staff of the Eastport Memorial Hospital for excellent care he received was a patient there. We would like to thank our friends and relatives for ing us during this trying time arid" special thanks to the Street Church, Meals-for-Me others who tried to life the burdela from our hearts. John and Clytie: The family of the late Lambert wish to thank friends for the many flowers, orial donations, cards, letters, calls, gifts of food, and many acts of kindness during their bereavement. Your will always be 1 wish to thank the many people who remembered me with cards, letters, visits and gifts on my ninetieth birthday. Through thoughtfulness you gave me a happy day. ,bert E. Ross 1 wish to thank relatives, fril and neighbors who sent cards, ers and gifts during my stay Maine Medical Center. Mr. Don Cam In memory of our beloved soil and brother, Peter Wayne Hoolr' who passed away suddenly De ber 9, 1974. We miss you.r smile and "hello" when the door day and the "see ya" when it but we know Peter that a better door for you that where your smile will be seen ever more. Patiently we'll until we're all together again wit our blessed Savior. Sadly missed by Mamma, sister Margaret, brothers and Ben. In memory of Carl F. who gave his life in action 3, 1944. Just a thought of sweet brance /.' Just a memory sad and true. Just the love and Of us who think of you. Loving you always, never. Sadly missed by Mother Carrie, brother Buddy friend Clair. In loving memory , Mahar who passed away 13, 1970. Unseen, unheard, : Loved and remembered,