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111 Chapel Road
Wells , ME 04090
(207) 646-6133
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Recovery continues to build in Upstate - Greenville News

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Knoxville-based The Market Edge. Mark Vitner, Wells Fargo chief economist, said increasing building permits reflect general improvements in the Upstate economy, particularly in Greenville, with its “very strong job growth” and “every expectation that’s going to continue.” Just Thursday, the Greenville Area Development Corp. announced that a record 3,092 new jobs were created here in 2011. Michelin North America said this month that it will add as many as 500 new manufacturing jobs when it builds a new earthmover tire manufacturing facility in Anderson County and expand one in Lexington County. Each of the eight counties that The Market Edge defines as Upstate — Greenville, Anderson, Abbeville, Greenwood, Pickens, Laurens, Spartanburg and Oconee counties — experienced an increase in new home construction in...

Clark Aided Blacks on 'Bandstand'? Not Always - The Root

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Bobby Rydell and Frankie Avalon, American Bandstand also hosted black vocal groups such as the Coasters and the Impressions; early girl groups such as the Shirelles; Motown artists such as Mary Wells and Smokey Robinson and the Miracles; and R&B and soul pioneers such as James Brown and the Famous Flames, Marvin Gaye and Aretha Franklin. Clark brought African-American performers to national television in an era when such performances were rare. American Bandstand also helped invent the demographic that still dominates popular culture: teenagers. It was the first national television program aimed squarely at teens, and it laid the groundwork for the baby boom generation, defining what teens listened to, how they danced and what they wore, ate and drank. Clark was well aware that advertisers were eager to reach teenagers, and his show offered daily access to young consumers. "It's been a long, long time since a major network has aimed at the most entertainment-starved group in the country," Clark told Newsweek in 1957. "And why not? After all, teenagers have $9 billion a year to spend." ...

Patrick Shovelton - Telegraph.co.uk

Sun, Apr 22, 2012
Shovelton enjoyed a vigorous old age. He remained a competitive golfer, in 1988 captaining Royal Ashdown Forest, and was founder-chairman of the Friends of Tunbridge Wells and Rusthall Commons. Into his 90s, he wrote perceptive and entertaining obituaries of former Whitehall colleagues for the Independent. He was appointed CMG in 1972 and CB in 1976, and was an officer of the Netherlands’ Order of Orange-Nassau. Patrick Shovelton married, in 1942, Marjorie Manners, with whom he had a daughter. They divorced in 1967, and the following year he married the 23-year-old Helena Richards, daughter of the author Denis Richards. As Dame Helena Shovelton, she chaired the Citizens’ Advice Bureaux from 1998 to 2001. Patrick Shovelton, born August 18 1919, died January 20 2012 ...

Watching the Cubs in Arizona - Canton Daily Ledger

Sun, Apr 1, 2012
Paul Maholm, the only lefty in the rotation, has looked solid. Chris Volstad, who was picked up in the Carlos Zambrano trade, has looked good also. Volstad, by the way, is a big boy. Randy Wells, Rodrigo Lopez and Casey Coleman have looked good too. At least they won't have to go to the Mexican League for starters this year.The bullpen is a little more intriguing. There is no Sean Marshall this year. Kerry Wood is professional as always. But Carlos Marmol leaves you scratching your head as a closer. And the question becomes, how do you get the ball to Kerry Wood in the eighth inning?HittingThis could be interesting. Will Soriano swing at every breaking ball thrown to him? Can Bryan LaHair handle playing a full season at the major league level? Is Starlin Castro another Soriano in waiting? Will Geovany Soto suffer from the sophomore slump that has afflicted him for the last three seasons? Will any of the Cubs take more than two pitches in an at bat? Will anyone on this team learn to bunt or hit behind a runner? These questions and many more will be answered in April. I can tell you one thing: I don't think that any player will be around long in Chicago if they don't perform and that is a difference from years past.DefenseThe Chicago Cubs were the worst team on defense in the major leagues in 2011. So they have to be better . . . . right? Well if it has anything to do with fundamental work then they should be. As long as the ball isn't hit to left field 27 times, things will improve. But will they improve enough? Probably not.Cub FansThe best tee-shirt I ever bought was in Cooperstown in 2006. It simply said on the front, "Chicago Cubs/ Any Team Can Have a Bad Century." Cub fans have a great sense of humor. And why not. We have heard every possible joke about our team that has ever been told.Cub fans are self-deprecating. They are always finding humor in the Cubs' failings and in their loyal support of those failings.But we have hoped for far too long.ConstantsThere are a few constants that most Cub fans in Mesa share. They are glad Theo and Jed  are running things. They are glad that Zambrano is gone. They hope that Soriano hits well so that some American League team will pick him up as a designated hitter. And they are willing to give the new regime a chance.New Kids on the BlockTony Campana is the darling of the fans. He hustles and that is something new to the Cub faithful. But unfortunately he can't steal first base and as long as he is hitting lazy fly balls to left field, he will be a pinch runner at best.Brett Jackson will soon be pressuring for a regular outfield spot. He has decent power and won’t be at AAA long.Anthony Rizzo was impre...

Beat Syracuse Cardinal News And Notes - Card Chronicle

Tue, Mar 6, 2012
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...

Town Says Goodbye to Former Proctor Teacher and Longtime Woman's Club Member - Patch.com

Wed, Feb 22, 2012
Henry and Ruth Baker. Ruth is survived by her husband of 52 years, Duncan W. Munro of Northborough; a brother, Richard Baker of Rindge, N.H. and a sister, Margaret Kent of Wells, Maine. Munro taught in the Northborough School System at Proctor School and was a 50-year member of the Northborough Woman’s Club. Arrangements are being made. Information provided by Hays Funeral Home.

The Wild West in the Rim Country - Payson Roundup

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
W. F. Gann soon after finishing at the local school and they had staked their own claim near Alice’s parents. Now Annie See sought refuge at the Ganns’. It happened that about this same time a Wells Fargo stage was robbed, and two bars of silver bullion worth $1,500 were missing.vi One of the silver bars had been recovered and Gila County Sheriff Henry “Rim Rock” Thompson was scouting for the bandit who had the other. He was convinced the culprit was John M. See and sought out See’s wife Annie. She denied knowing anything about the robbery, but the sheriff urged her to return to her husband to try and find out if he had the silver. Shortly after the sheriff left, Annie went to the corral to milk the range cows. In those days ranchers did not have domestic milk cows, but got their milk from the range cows. The best report of what happened next is gleaned from the obituary for Annie Narron See that appeared in The Arizona Republic Saturday, May 21, 1892. “Globe — The horrible murder committed on Salt River Wednesday evening has created great excitement here. All the men on the river have joined the pursuit and if captured, the murderer See will probably be lynched. “Great indignation was felt when the news was brought to Globe of a terrible murder which was committed on Salt River. John M. See shot and killed his wife at the residence of her brother-in-law, Mr. Gann. See, who is a worthless scoundrel, has not lived happily with his wife and some time ago, exasperated by his cruelty she left him and at the time of her death was living with her sister, Mrs. Gann. See hung around the house all day trying to have her go back to live with him but she refused. “About 6 o’clock she went to the corral to milk and while she was thus engaged See came up behind and shot her twice. The first bullet entered over the heart and the second entered at the pit of the stomach…” Apparently she had not decided to follow the sheriff’s suggestion to spy on her husband, and according Julian Journigan, when Annie refused See’s plea that she return to him, he stormed into the house, took a pistol, and returned to shoot her. He fled the scene on the run, shouting to the Ganns and Narrons, who had observed the atrocity, “I have got all of this I want and I’m going home to die.” His cryptic remark caused speculation later. Did he mean he was going back to his ranch i...

Helen W. 'Kitty' Hughes, 72 - Olney Daily Mail

Wed, Feb 8, 2012
Chapel, 2330 Shawnee Drive, Charleston, IL 61920.Kitty, as she was affectionately known, was born on January 19, 1940, in Bridgeport, Illinois, a daughter of the late Everett W. and Minnie M. (Doss) Wells. Her first marriage was to Delmar Tewell. She later married Robert Plummer in 1961 and on August 10, 1974, married Lawrence Hughes, who preceded her in death on June 1, 2000. She is survived by her loving family: a son, Steve Tewell, of Charleston; three granddaughters, Melinda (Mindy) Johns and husband Jarrod, of Ashmore, Donya Fulk and husband Donald, of Charleston, and Jennifer Brown and husband Kaleb, of Panama City Beach, Florida; four great-grandchildren, Jocelyn Fulk, Donald Fulk, Jr., Nathan Johns and Marisa Johns; five stepchildren, Clinton Hughes and wife Beth, of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, Floyd Hughes, of Kansas, Illinois, Laura Brewer and husband Terry, of Charleston, Arthur Hughes, of Martinsville, Illinois, and Richard Hughes, of Lake Jackson, Texas; two sisters, Madaline Tucker, of Flat Rock, Illinois, Kath...

John Keith Miller - Oak Ridger

Tue, Jan 31, 2012
His commitment to the adventure and the story gave many others a way to know Jesus and live a life of faith.In 1976, Keith and his wife were divorced. Several years later he married Andrea Wells who became not only his partner in life, but his partner also in ministry, writing and the adventure. Keith continued to speak, write, and invest in the lives of those around him until the day he died. He was a passionate person who loved intensely and who wanted to reflect the light of Christ to the world. In 2009, he received the degree of Doctor of Humane Letters from the Episcopal Seminary of the Southwest, a reflection of the mark he had made on the church. In November 2011, he was awarded the Peacemaker's Award for International Dialogue by the Dispute Resolution Center of Austin for his work in conflict situations in several foreign countries during the past 20 years.He was predeceased by his parents and his brother, Earle P. Miller.  He is survived by his wife of 33 years, Andrea Wells Miller of Oak Ridge, Tenn., now living in Austin; and his three daughters, Leslie Williams and her husband, Stockton, of Kerrville, Texas, Kristin Huffman and her husband, Mike, of Houston, Texas, and Mary-Keith Dickinson and her husband, Karl, of Hunt, Texas. Leslie's children include Jerre Williams and wife, Jessica, and Caroline Williams. Kristin's children include Lizz Provence Swanson and her husband, Chris, Mark Provence and Becky Provence. Mary-Keith's children include Mitchell Dickinson and Mary-Blair Dickinson. Keith also had five great-grandchildren.  In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be sent to one of the following: Austin Recovery, 8402 Cross Park Dr., Austin, TX 78754; St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 8314 Mesa Dr., Austin, TX 78759; The Kroc Center, 201 Holdsworth Drive, Kerrville, TX 78028; or Presbyterian Frontier Fellowship/Light of Hope, 7132 Portland Ave. Suite 136, Richfield, MN 55423.A memorial service will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 4, 2012, at St. Matthew's Episcopal Church, 8314 Mesa (Steck & Mesa), Austin, with a reception following the service.Obituary and memorial guestbook available online at www.wcfish.com.Arrangements by Weed-Corley-Fish Funeral Home...

Henry James Yeager

Thu, Jan 26, 2012
Yeager. He is survived by daughter Kayla Yeager of Sweet Home; and son Brandon Yeager of Silverton. Memorial contributions for Kayla can be made in Adruien Eli's and Kayla Yeager's name at any Wells Fargo Bank. A memorial service will be held at a later date. Sweet Home Funeral Chapel is handling arrangements. (Albany Democrat-Herald)




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