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Anthony's parish, died yesterday at St. John's hospital at the age of Espinola, who was a na- tive of Pico, Azores islands, had been a resident Telephones of whores pinehurst Lowell for more than half a century mak- ing her home, the greater part that time, in the 'Lincoln bury and A, G. Jenkins, who also acted as honorary bearers. The City Institution lor ings was represented by Charles E. Sherburne, James Lyle and Albert Bergeron. The Masonic fraternity was also represented at the funeral. Cozad, pastor of All Souls church, officiated. Salomonson, organist, played appropriate prelude and postlude.
There were numerous floral tributes. Burial took place in the family lot in the Lowell cemetery where the committal service- was read by Rev. Funeral ar- rangements were in charge of Funeral Director Horace E. Wile of Saunders funeral home. Alexina CSavary' Demers took place yes- terday from the M. Laurin funeral home, Pawtucket United Yorkers bo held a. Maxfield, will deliver the ser mon. Music will be in charge oi Mrs. Children can be left in the nursery provid ed during the morning service. A testimonial was tendered to Probation Officer Harry J. Ains worth, former chief of the local police department in Grange hail last night. The affair' was in charge of the Police Associates with the president, Simon Cutter, as master of ceremonies.
Chief Ainsworth was presented a gold badge also ti wallet. Ains- worth was presented a large bou- quet oC flowers and the presen- tations were made by Mr. Cutter in behalf of. Gilligan of the board of selectmen was called on for remarks to open the program followed by County Commissioner Melvin Rogers, Rev. Brennen, pastor of St. Thomas church, Sheriff Loring R. Kew, Judge William Henchey and Asst. Lyman' Sprague, representing Dist. George Thompson, who could not be present. All ;ave their hearty congratula- v-itn. Lieutenants Thomas and Kackadporian of the Bedford Air Base, both of whom are students of hypnotism, gave a talk on the.
Mack, who with Lieut. Robertson, was a guest at the meeting. Refreshments were served by the hostess, as- sisted by several of the ladies in the group. The next meeting will be on Nov. Michael's church tomorow will be at 7, 9. No- vena devotions in honor of St. Tuesday attemoon at the home of Mrs. Isnor with Mrs Howard F. Those planning to attend arc invited to make up their own tables or telephone thoir rserva- tion to Mrs. Welling- Abbott was graduated from Co. He is a bql-imo member of Phi Kappa Sigma fraternity. The wedding will take place Nov.
Cigar- ots carelessly thrown away were given by Fire Chief Perloy F as the cnusc for Iw brush fires, one occurring Thurs. Joseph will be held Wednesday at 7. The worship service tomorrow I- "I7. Harry Patterson of 4 Potter street, are today observing their 31st wedding anniversary Mrs. Patterson is the formei Helen M. Pat terson is formerly, of Groton The couple, well known loca has five daughters and foui grandchildren. Another Concord couple todny marking their wedding anniver- sary is Dr. Montague of S Sudbury road, for- merly of 1 Thoreau street. Montague Is the former Ethel R. Hetlman of Cambridge, whore they were married on Oct. They have lived in Concord since their marriage and have one son and two daughters.
Ainsworth on his ap- pointment as. Entertainment followed the speaking program furnished by Charles and Eddie Donahue of Lowell. Refreshments were served and the committee who had charge of the affair includ- ed: The hurch school will meet at 10 a. In the afternoon at 4 o'clock, he AUY will sponsor a Hal- loween party and supper for the church school. Pupils and their parents are invited. Morning worship at the Church of Christ will be at 11 a. The senior choir will be under the leadership of the organist, Mrs. The Bedford Girl Scouts will at- tend the service in uniform as oart of their observance ot Girl Scout week.
Police Chief William G. Ryan of Concord, attended the recent meeting of the police chief asso- ciation, held in North Adams. The Sunday mass schedule in local Catholic churches will be as follows: Elizabeth's chapel in Carlisle and Bcnedition to be celebrated at 4. Tomorrow is to be Holy Communion Sunday for the boys of the two parishes. Charles H Duston, lecturer and chairman of tho committee, reports. Close to 90 men and women attended the recent ladies night program held by the Musketa- quid Sportsmen's club at the club house, off Harrington avenue West Concord. Following a de- licious supper prepared by Pa- trolman Fred Nolan and his com- mittee, an entertainment was presented in charge of Rothwell N.
MacRae and his committee. The in- vited guests will be Mr. Stuart Allen of East Acton, who will show many of their colored travel pictures taken in various parts of the country. Supper is- to be served at 6. Ida Martin, worthy matron. He, too, asked them to in tensify their efforts in the ex tended period of the campaign. Sets Pace The special gifts division under the direction of Wilfred B. May nard led the main divisions per centage-wise as the reports were filed last night. The mcrcnntilc division, undci the direction of Paul A. Gagnon and William H. C per cent o'f that division's RO. The men's division untlei the direction of Councilor Vin- cent Hockmeyer reported 86 per cent, the towns division, under Hal R.
Kellogg, reported total contributions representing 84 per cent. The over-all units divisions, in- cluding both industrial divisions, he finance division, national iirms, finance, school, city, state, federal-county, clubs and so- cieties and unions, reported total tfts representing 45 per cent. Samuel Young, president of the Lowell Ministers associa- tion, gave the invocation at last night's meeting. Music was pro- vided by a Philharmonic orches- tra under the direction of Julius Woossner. There will be no more meetings of the solicitors. AH persons desiring to contrib- ute directly arc asked to send or brin g their gifts to head quarters.
Of late years she had been living at the home of her daugh- ter, Mrs. Francis Silva, Sprague avenue. She was well known locally in the Portuguese community and especially in St. Anthony's parish, of which church she was a member since its inception. Besides her daughter, Mrs. Francis Silva she is survived by four grand-daughters, Mrs. Mar- tin Silvo, Mrs. Frank Nastaisin and Miss Mnry Silva, all of this city; one sisl-cr residing in the Azores and four great grandchildren. Hession, husband of the late Catherine. Hession was an attendant of St. Patrick's church and' was well known throughout the com- munity, especially in the Acre where he resided most of his ife.
He was a former member of the AOH. He is survived by two daugh- ters, Miss Sarah U. Hession; five sons James J. Hession, all of owell, and John W. Emery Lyon- nais, OMI. The choir, under the direction of the organist, Charles Belanger, rendered ,a mass in Gregorian chant The soloists were Arthur E. Paquin and Emile B. There were numerous flowers and mass cards. Burial took place in the family lot in St.
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Joseph's wjores where Rev. Aldor Boisvert, OMI, recited the committal prayers at the grave. Whorws took place yester- Who is up for chatting in modesto from the Fay funeral home, Thorndike street. Mar- garet's church at 9 o'clock a fu- neral high mass was sung by Rev. The choir, under the Telephpnes of the organist, Prof. Guilbault, sank Terry's requiem, mass. Solos of the mass were sustained by Miss Lucy A. Alfano and Charles A. There were many floral and mass of- ferings. The bearers were John Quinn. Burial took place in the family lot in Telephoned Edson ot where the prayers at the grave were- read by Rev.
Arrangements were in charge of Funeral Director Edward i. McCabe of the Fay funeral home. Telehpones cool this morning but warming to the lower 60s by early afternoon. In- creasing cloudiness and not so whoees tonight. Fair and dry today with some high cloudiness and higher temperatures this afternoon. Telephohes cloudiness and not so cool tonight. Sunday cloudy with occasional very lignt unimportant rain. Gentle south to southeast winds. Eastport Telephonws Block Island: Gentle south to southeast winds today and tonight. Fair weather and good kf. Sunny dry pinehursy con- tinued cool Telephonex. Increasing cloudiness not quite so to- night.
Sunday cloudy followed by occasional very light unimport- ant rain. GentJe Telephones of whores pinehurst to soutn- west winds. Courtney, a life- ong resident of Lowell, died last light at Telephoned home of her sister Wrs. Brogan, 88 Mt' Vernon street, after a long ess. Born and educated Telphones Low- II Teldphones daughter of the pknehurst Pat- ick and the late Margaret Glea- on Courtney, she was well nown throughout the commun- ty. She leaves one brother, Joseph Courtney; three sisters, Mrs. Court- ey; one niece, Miss Margaret nwright, and -one nephew, Fred- rick Enwright.
Ehnborg, 72, died yesterday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Donald Bennett on Lee street, Tewksbury. She is survived by her daughter, Mrs. Perman of Wor- cester. Ehnborg attended the church in Tewks- bury and was a member of the Ladles Aid society. Baldwin, wife of the late Charles H. Baldwin, a former resident of this city, but for the past 10 years resid- ing in Roxbury, died suddenly last night at the home of. Earle, 3 Clifton place, aged 82 years. Besides her daughter- she is sur- vived by five grandchildren, nine great grandchildren; also by sev- eral nieces and nephews. Keables, well known resident of this city, residing at 14 Hoyt av- enue, were held at Saunders fu- neral home, 90 Westford street, yesterday afternoon at 2 o'clock and were largely attended by rel- atives, friends, banking and Ira- tornal associates.
The Middlesex Co-operative bank was represented by E. La-j voie, Fred S. Russell, Wil- liam A. Lamson, Samuel Pills- Oct. Litlinanian church and made his home al 17 Park avenue. She was a uiKlay. Christine Kthier of MK. Mc- i'njHombroo of Kvansvillo, Intl. Southard, pastor of the North Tewkstmrj church, officiated. Wil- Kcishaw presided at the Small eraft warnings lowered 6 south portion today. Cooler today m, Eastport to Block Island. Moderate northerly winds becom- ing northeast today and tonighl, Cloudy Ihis morning becoming generally Ihis afternoon and tonight. Cloudy this morning be- coming generally air this after- noon and tonight. Visibility fair lo locally poor in log patches especially over the south portion mproving i0 good late today and tonight.
Cloudy specially over south portion. Fair and cooler tonight. Wednes- day fair and rool. Cloudy this morning be- coming partly cloudy this after' noon. Much cooler western por- tion and continued coo] east por- tion lodi. Fair and cool to- night and Wednesday. OP, assistant at St. Piiale prelude appro postliide of familiar hymns. Scores of fellow from the Lawrence workers division and from other divisions were in Wallhani. Cuthnsville, took place yes- thai he had made his home U. He was the band of Patricia M. King's Sons and Daughters, the Lowell Educational club. He i graduated from Ohio Stale uni- vcrsily. Fahey was a mem- and Ethier, of Tewks- bury; his grandparents.
L'7C Pawluckrl street, and yesterday morning from led by a flower car, Hie corlegc ''prry funeral home, I3os- proceeded lo SI. McKeon, pastor, assist- ed by Rev. OP and included the fol- and Rev. McShoa of District Snpt. Charles Laubmger, James F. The long cortege proceeded lo SI. Caroline Goveia wife of Antonio R. Goveia, died Friday cls in Somervillc. She in AIrs- c ell for the greater part of her merer, and the Pharmaceutical association. Resides his wife and parents, he is survived by throe children. Barbara and Diane; two sisters, Mrs. Seated within Ihe sang Terry's were Rev. Michael's church, and Rev. Angelo Collipi presiding at! Anthony known as Edward J.