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Adams Funeral Homes
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Phillips , ME 04966
(207) 639-2541
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WNBA Camp coming to Fort Wayne - WANE

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Candice, food, participation certificate and a free ticket to the celebrity game on Sunday. If you'd like more information call Richard Phillips at 260-515-2226 or email wigginscamp2012@gmail.com.

Recap: Cleveland vs. Cincinnati - Charlotte Observer

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
May 3. Masterson still pitched as though he didn't have a lead at all, setting the Reds down in order in the fifth and sixth. Votto singled in the seventh, but Brandon Phillips grounded out weakly to the pitcher's mound to end the inning. "The ball was moving everywhere," Reds manager Dusty Baker said of Masterson's pitches. "He was keeping the ball down. When he did get some balls up, we fouled them off." Following Chisenhall's three-run double, the Reds got their lone run after Jay Bruce reached on a Cabrera error. He eventually came around to score on a groundout, but it hardly put a dent in the deficit. Game Notes ...

Masterson snuffs Reds in Indians' 8-1 win - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
In that span, he's batting .484 (44 of 91) with six homers and 17 RBIs. ... Browns QB Brandon Weeden threw out the ceremonial first pitch. ... Reds 2B Brandon Phillips' hopes of being credited with an inside-the-park homer were denied by Major League Baseball. Phillips had appealed a ruling in Monday's game, when he was given an RBI double on a ball that skipped past left fielder Damon, who was charged with a two-base error. ... Indians DH Travis Hafner took batting practice the past two days and is moving toward a return from knee surgery. Hafner still needs to run and will likely go on a rehab assignment before being activated. ... Both teams are off Thursday. The Indians begin a three-game series in Houston on Friday while the Reds will host Minnesota.

Doris C. Hammes

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Germany. She attended St. James Grade School and Aquinas High School, La Crosse, graduating from Aquinas in 1946. She studied bookkeeping at Western Wisconsin Technical College and then worked for Ed Phillips and Midwest Bottle Gas. She was a charter member of St. Patrick’s Parish in Onalaska. In 1960, she married William G. Hammes at St. Patrick’s Church in Onalaska. They were the first couple to be married in the new church. Their one child, Rose, was born in 1962. In the 1970s, she “retired” from her first career and spent the next 25 years as the “playground lady” for St. Patrick’s Grade School, Onalaska. She always spoke fondly of her... (La Crosse Tribune)

Chapman's 2nd straight blown save costs Reds - Lexington Herald Leader

Mon, Jun 25, 2012
Minnesota left-hander Scott Diamond (6-3), who'd lost his last two starts, allowed three runs and eight hits in eight innings. He struck out seven and also hit two batters, Votto and Brandon Phillips, with consecutive pitches in the third. Former Reds pitcher Jared Burton worked the ninth for his first career save. The loss left the NL Central leaders at 7-8 in interleague play this season and 104-131 all-time. The Twins finished 9-9 this year and are 157-125 all-time. The Reds took a 1-0 lead in the fourth on Devin Mesoraco's leadoff double down the left-field line, Leake's sacrifice and Wilson Valdez's two-out single. Trevor Plouffe tied the score with his 15th homer of the season, a 385-foot drive to right-center field with one out in the fifth. The shot extended to 62 the number of consecutive games in which at least one home run has been hit at Great American Ball Park, the longest current streak in the majors. The score was 1-all when Mauer lined Leake's first pitch of the seventh to right field for a single and Willingham followed with a double, setting up Justin Morneau's RBI groundout. Valdez led off the eighth inning with an infield single. Votto followed with his 14th homer of the season, an opposite-field drive to left. NOTES: Reds SS Zack Cozart, who had one hit in 14 at-bats over his last three games, also got Sunday off. Valdez started in his place.

Shirley May France Setters, Distance Swimmer, Dies at 79

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Besides her son Donald, she is survived by another son from her second marriage, Daniel; two sons and a daughter from her first marriage, Scott, Daryl and Shelby; a sister, Carla Phillips; 12 grandchildren; and 5 great-grandchildren. Ms. Setters did not quite fade from public attention. She became a hat model in New York, an actress and later a disc jockey at a radio station in Somerset. “If I have my way, I’ll never see water again,” she told The Daily News in 1950, “except in a bathtub.” Not quite. In later life, she taught swimming at the Fall River Y.M.C.A. (New York Times)

Trip to family cemetery well worth the wait - Richmond Daily News

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
My goal was to take a picture of all the stones I could find and actually visit the grave of John and Amy Phillips, who were my great-great-great-great-great-grandparents. Amy died in 1851 and John died in 1852. After 160 years, I was happy to find that their tombstones were still there.Dwight had been here many times before, but you could tell he was proud of the family farm as he shared stories of its history. The family farmhouse had been in the middle of the field next to the cemetery, but it was moved to another location a few years ago.Marilyn was not as lucky, because we were unable to locate the graves of her family, Henry and Hannah Craig, who were buried there in 1881. I felt bad that the person that had come the longest distance had to leave without finding her family, but she took it like a real trooper and said she would be back another day to look again. We know they are buried here because we have a record of the cemetery that has their names listed on it.After visiting the Pettus farm, I wanted to know more about the Pettus family.The 1881 Ray County History book told about the original Pettus who settled in Ray County. “JOSEPH PETTUS. Was born in the state of Virginia. When still a small boy, his parents removed to Lincoln County, Kentucky, and here Joseph grew up, working on his father’s farm. He was married in the month of October, 1829, to Miss Mary Ann Hamilton, daughter of Thomas Hamilton, Esq., now deceased. They became the parents of sixteen children, ten sons and six daughters, fourteen of them, nine sons and five daughters, still survive. In October, 1833, Mr. Pettus left Kentucky and came to Ray County, Missouri, settling one and a half miles southeast of Elkhorn, in the then almost unbroken wilderness,...

John Cowles Jr., 82, Dies; Led Minneapolis Newspapers

Thu, Mar 22, 2012
Minneapolis in 1938. The next year, the family business bought The Minneapolis Journal and merged it with The Star, and then added The Minneapolis Tribune in 1941. Young John graduated from the Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire and Harvard, and spent two years in the Army before joining the family business as a reporter. After his dismissal from the company in 1983, Mr. Cowles began a somewhat eclectic career. He studied agricultural economics, taught aerobics, toured in the United States and Europe with a modern dance company, and helped establish a women’s professional fast-pitch softball league. He also continued his arts philanthropy around the Twin Cities; most recently, the Cowles Center, a theater devoted to dance, opened in Minneapolis last fall. Besides his son John III, known as Jay, Mr. Cowles is survived by his wife, the former Jane Sage Fuller, who is known as Sage Fuller Cowles and whom he married in 1952; another son, Charles; a daughter, Jane Sage Cowles; a sister, Sarah Cowles Doering; a brother, Russell; 10 grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. (New York Times)

Beat Syracuse Cardinal News And Notes - Card Chronicle

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
Friday - making sure to arrive well before you're required to have either an STD or an Affliction shirt on to get in the door - and wound up sitting a couple of tables down from Joker Phillips. Apparently he had just been putting some face time in at Trinity. Anyway, of note is the fact that Phillips has a personal limo that just chilled out in front of Drake's the entire time he was in there. This being the case, I think Charlie Strong should have a personal tank by yesterday. Later in the evening, one of my friends pointed out a gentleman who appeared to be Tick Rogers at the bar. Naturally, I did what anyone in this situation would do: wait until he starts to talk away and then yell "Tick!" He turned around and I motioned him over to the table so he could spend the next ten minutes or so proving that he is one of the coolest human beings on the planet. We talked a little bit about his affinity for the steal and the start to the UMass game where everyone went the wrong way, allowing him to record an awkwardly easy dunk for the game's opening basket. Then, of course, Brian Brohm wants him all to himself and totally sidebar convos (verb) him away from us (God, I hate him). Then it's time for Tick to say his farewells, which includes a bro hug for yours truly. Should I die, God forbid, "Bro-hugged Tick Rogers at Drake's" is now No. 3 on my list of potential one-line obituaries...and I'm not gonna lie, it's climbing. I spent 75% of 1994 imitating that man's 3-point shot. Boom: It was just announced that the Yum Center will be hosting s...

Dr. James F. Phillips, 90, distinguished physician

Wed, Feb 29, 2012
May 1, 1921—Feb. 26, 2012 Dr. James F. Phillips, a distinguished Buffalo physician in practice from 1952 until 2010, died Sunday in his Buffalo home after a brief illness. He was 90. A dean of Buffalo doctors, Dr. Phillips had the highest scores in the nation when he graduated from the University of Buffalo Medical School in 1947. In the mid-1970s, he was president of the medical staff at Buffalo General Hospital. He was a longtime cli... (The Buffalo News)




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