Newspaper Archive of
Quoddy Tides
Eastport, Maine
Lyft
December 25, 1970     Quoddy Tides
PAGE 15     (15 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
 
PAGE 15     (15 of 16 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
December 25, 1970
 

Newspaper Archive of Quoddy Tides produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2018. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.




1970 25 December, 1970 THE QUODDY TIDES, Eastport, Maine Page 15 len rick, coffl- the le- )d- bert Lning ape Deaths- FOSTER CAWLEY ROBBINSTON - Foster Cawley, aged 79, died November 11, 1970, in the Veteran's Hospital at Togus. He was born at Red Beach on Dec. 5, 1890, the son of Benjamin and Myra (Brown) Cawley. Mr. Cawley served during World War I With Company I, 103rd infantry. He was a charter member of Sherman Brothers Post American Legion of Calais and a mem- ber of the International Border Firemen's Association. Surviving him are his widow, Mrs. Wini- fred (Trimble) Cawley of Robbinston; two sons, Harvey and Laird, both of Dover, N.H.; one daughter, Mrs. Lois Cavanaugh of Robbinston; one brother, Adelbert of Willow Springs, Mo.; one sister, Mrs. Dorothy Goodwin of Robbin- ston; eight grandchildren; two great-grand- children; and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at the Everett L. Scott and Son Funeral Home at Calais with the Rev. Walter Lyons officiating. Burial was in the Brewer Cemetery in Robbinston. ' MRS. ALFRIDA FINCH EASTPORT - Mrs. Alfrida Finch, 77, the widow of Ralph B. Finch, passed away November 13, 1970, at New Richmond, Ohio. She was born at Lowell, Mass., on Dec. 22, 1892. She resided in Eastport from 1936 un- til 1950 when the family moved to Ohio Survivors include three sons, Ralph Jr. of Hartford, Conn., George A. of Eastport, and Donald B. of New Richmond, Ohio; two daughters, Mrs. Doris Deisel and Mrs Shirley Carter, both of New Richmond, Ohio; two sisters, Ebba and Florence John- son; and two brothers, Albert and Hilding Johnson, all of Lowell, Mass.; 12 grand- children and 4 great-grandchildren. Funeral services and burial were held at New Richmond, Ohio. MRS. C. A. HERSCHLEB THETFORD, Vt. - Mrs. Nina Dunn Herschieb, 85, a former resident of Thet- ford Center, Vt., died November 19, 1970, in Wilder, Vt, after a long illness She was born in Eastport, June 13, 1885, the daughter of Maurice and Annie tlolmes. She graduated from Colby Col- lege summa cum laude, 1908, and was married to Lewis W. Dunn, who died in 1926. As the wife of a Y.M.C.A. worker, she lived in Europe, Asia and many locations in the United States. Through the years she was interested in the education of retarded children and took graduate work in that field. In 1930, she married Charles A. Herschleb, now of Hanover, N.H., who survives her. Other survivors include a sister, Mildred Holmes of Eastport; a brother, Wendell Holmes of Philadephhia, Penn.; three step- children; Mrs. W. R. Newman of Ashford, Conn., Dr. C. Wilson Herschleb of Glens HARVEY STUDIO Group and Wedding Photos Portrait & Commercial Photography Picture Framing Kodak - Polaroid NORTH ST. - CALAIS, ME. Tel. 454-3902 R.P. SULLIVAN INC. MACHIAS, ME. Complete line of LUMBER - HARDWARE BUI LDING MATERIALS "'Sheirick Kitchens" Finished Cabinets Tel. 255-3,382 For Fjree Estimam$ i Fails, N.Y., and Frederick J Hersehieb of Kentfield, Calif; a daughter, Mrs. Lucius S. Nye of Thetford Center; three grand- children and six great-grandchildren. A memorial service was held in the First Congregational Church at Thetford. GROVENOR INGALLS GRAND MANAN - Grovenor Ingails of Ingalls Head, died at the age of 89 years in the Grand Manan Hospital, November 21, 1970. He would have been ninety in January. Mr. Ingalls had long been an active member of the United Baptist Church in Grand Harbour, for many years a member of the church choir and the Grand Manan Community choir. He was a Senior Deacon of the Church. Survivors include one son, Lawrence of Black's Harbour; three daughters, Mrs. Jason Lakeman (Juanita) of Saint John, Mrs. Vinton Green (Louella) of Ingalls Head, and Mrs. Harding Guptill (Celia), I or r,a00. a, nm md la MeamPan am fle eeat8 a weal. gilmml $1.00. FOR SALE SCRUBBER, WAXER, SHAMPOO THURSDAY - DECEMBER 24 MACHINE - good name brand. Used twice. Reasonable. For information call SURPLUS FOOD DISTRIBUTION - Lubec. FRIDAY - DECEMBER 25 CHRISTMAS SATURDAY - DECEMBER 26 HOLIDAY DANCE - Eastport Municipal Auditorium - 8:00 TUESDAY - DECEMBER 29 SURPLUS FOOD DISTRIBUTION - Cutler, Trescott, Whiting. FRIDAY - JANUARY 1 NEW YEAR'S DAY MONDAY - JANUARY 4 SCHOOLS RECONVENE ORGANIZATIONAL MEETING - East- port City Council City Rooms, Eastport TUESDAY - JANUARY 5 Grand Harbour; several grandchildren and great-grandchildren. DEER ISLAND DEVELOPMENT Pall-bearers were Church Deacons Eldred ASSOC. MEETING - At Association Headquarters, Fairhaven. 8:00 P.M. Everyone Welcome. Wilson, Roy Linton, Blair Green and Horace BaRley. Rev. Mr. Bell, pastor of the church officiated at the burial service held from the church, with Rev. Allward of the Wesleyan Church assisting. Favorite hymns were sung by the church choir. Interment was in the Maple Grove Ceme- tery, Castalia. A MRS. LINNIE WENTWORTH EASTPORT - Mrs. Linnie Florence Wentworth, 101, oldest resident of East- port, died Dec. 15, 1970 at her home on Capen Ave., following a long illness. She was born at Fairhaven, Deer Island, N.B., Feb. 11, 1869, the daughter of William and Elizabeth Beany She had been employed at the J. W. Beardsley Plant, State Sewing Project and the Holmes Packing Company. She was a resident of Eastport for near- ly 70 years, and was the widow of Calvin Wentworth. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Linnie Healy, Mrs. Etta Leighton, Miss Agnes Wentworth and Mrs. Doris Patterson, all of Eastport; seven grandchildren; 26 great-grandchildren; one great-great-grand- child and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services and burial were in Eastport. SPECIAL IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Richard M. Call, who passed away January 1st, 1970. There is always a lonely heartache and many silent tear, always precious mem- ories of the one we loved so dear. It broke our hearts to lose you, but you did not go alone, for part of us went with you the day God called you home. s Sadly missed by His mother, and brothers and sister IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Ernest A Morrison, who passed away December 30th, 1969. Sadly missed and never forgotten. Sister, Nieces and Nephews Helen & Family Dottie & Family lnie & Family Aunt Fimmie IN MEMORIAM In loving memory of Frank Andrews, who passed away January 9, 1968. Sadly missed by Daughter, Mary Owen and Family Aluminum Windows Aluminum or Vinyl Siding at reasonable prices Free Estimates - Five Years to Pay Tel. 853-6686 Youngstown Home Improvement Co. 226 Hammond St., Bangor, Me. | i FARMERS UNION MEATS GROCERIES FROZEN FOODS GENERAL MERCHANDISE S & H Green Stamps IN MEMORIAM In memory of our mother and grand- mother, Laura M Follis, who passed away December 28, 1963. In our home she is fondly remembered, Sweet memories cling to her name, Those who loved her in life sincerely Still love her in death just the same. Daughter Mrs. Fred Camick Grandchildren and Great-grandchildren 00reetiap  ROUTE 1 - PERRY, MAINE EASTPORT CALAIS 853-4204 454-3141 853-4806. Quoddy Tides Office. 2 STOVES - one pot burner, one with 2 nine-inch burners. Both oil. Call 853-4806 or 853-4204. FURNACE  Converted oil-type. Corn- Complete with all fixtures, including three barrel hook-up. Call Eastport 853-4028. DORY - 1 O0 fathom scallop cable, spreader and pulleys. 60 pound anchor, mooring 2" clevis. Write Box 21, Grand Harbour, Grand Manan, N.B. BUSINESS SERVICES CALL MARVIN OWEN for Trucking, Van Service. Asplundh Chipper Rental and Sales. Pembroke 726-4652. CHILDREN TO CARE FOR in my home. Contact Mrs. Joseph Mitchell, Favor St., Eastport. Tel. 853-2768. WANTED TO BUY ANTIQUES BOUGHT AND SOLD. Bob Merran, Trading Post, Perry. Phone 853-2507. COMPLETE HOUSEHOLD'S Store Fix- tures, Old Advertising Signs, China, Glass, Furniture. Kelley's Antiques, 290 Am- herst St., Nashua, N.H., or Call Inez Segien 853-4806. NOTICES CAKE ORDERS will be taken in person only. No phone orders, please. Mrs. Rita McGarvey, County Rd., Eastport. OIL FURNACES! $100.00 FREE OIL with every installation! Nothing down- bank terms! Superior Heating Co., Inc., 3 Hillcrest Ave., South Portland, Maine. ELECTROLUX When Santa shops for Mrs, It's awful to behold; He just can't choose a present, For her to have and hold. Nowadays he takes it easy, He sits and writes a note; And says, "For Christmas this year, Elecrtolux has my vote." Flying Ed Arbo, Meddybemps. 454-7461. CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all of my friends and neighbors who sent me cards and notes while I was a patient in the St. John Hospital. Also the workers at B. H. Wilson Fisheries for the lovely basket of fruit. Mrs. Mary Homan CARD OF THANKS I want to thank all of my friends for their cards and gifts, sent to me while I was a patient at the Eastport Memor- ial Hospital. Special thanks to Dr. Bates and the nursing staff, also the V.F.W. Auxiliary and the Daughters of Isabella. Mrs. Frances Phinney O'DELL'S BOARDING HOME "'CA TERING TO THE ELDERL Y" Cheerful home.like Atmosphere Excellent Food 4 Key Street, Eastport 853.4246