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The Eastern Gazette 2-22-1962, p.4
MRS. ZELMA COOK Funeral services will be held Friday afternoon, February 23, 2 p. m. at the Crosby Funeral Home at Dexter for Mrs. Zelma Cook 82, who died unexpectedly Tuesday afternoon at her home on Railroad ave. She had been in failing health over a period of years. The Rev. Clive S. Meidahl of Guilford and Mrs. Roy Manley of Bangor will conduct the service. Bearers will be John L. Sinclair Orwood Sinclair, both of Cornville, Clyde Lenfest, Dexter; and Russell Davidson of Dover-Foxcroft. Spring interment will take place at a Kingsbury Me., cemetery. Friends may call at the Crosby Funeral Home on Thursday from two to four o'clock and seven to nine o'clock. Mrs. Cook was born at Kingsbury, January 15, 1880, the daughter of Benjamin and Nancy (Hunt) Sinclair. For many years she was employed as a weaver at the Amos Abbott and Brick Mills in Dexter. She was a member of the Dexter Pentecostal Church. Survivors are two daughters Mrs. Lena Fisher of Dexter and Mrs. Elsie Davidson of Dover-Foxcroft; a brother, Delmont Sinclair of Athens; three sisters, Mrs. Delia Burdick of Connecticut, Mrs. Hattie Gerald and Mrs. Mintie Stevens, both of Guilford; several nieces and nephews.