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The Eastern Gazette 10-1-1942, p.1
DOUBLE FUNERAL AT ST. ANN'S CHURCH Funeral services were held this morning at 9 o'clock at St. Ann's Catholic Church for Vallair Joseph Goulette and his wife, Violet Brown Goulette, who were killed in an automobile accident in New Hampshire Sunday. Rev Francis Mannette officiated. Burial was in Mt. Pleasant cemetery. Mr. Goulette was born in Dexter August 29, 1909, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Mahile Goulette, and attended the Dexter schools. He was employed in the Portsmouth Navy Yard. Mrs. Goulette was born in Howland October 6, 1912 the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Brown. She also attended the Dexter schools and was united in marriage to Mr. Goulette in 1930. Both were members of St. Michael's Church in South Berwick. They are survived by four children, Ronald, 11; Charlene, 9; Patsy, 4; and Marie, 16 months. Mr. Goulette is also survived by his parents, two brothers, Bernard and Rudolph; five sisters, Mrs. Imogene Keene of Portsmouth, N. H.; Miss Dorothy Goulette of Portsmouth; Mrs. Eleanor Mace, Mrs. Rita Pooler and Miss Constance Goulette all of Dexter. Besides her parents and children, she is survived by her sister, Mrs. Margaret Cyr of Bangor and two brothers, Irvin Wallace of Howland and Clifford Wallace, who is in the Navy. Bearers for Mr. Goulette were Fernald Goulette Maurice Pooler, Clatus Clukey, Earl Richards, Ovela Ambrose Emile Doyon. Bearers for Mrs. Goulette were Cpl. Justin Goulette, Roland Clukey, Albert Mace, Perley Robichaud, Peter Nadeau, Gerald Goulette.