Arsenne LaBarge, 75, of 81 Water Street, Leeds, died in Dickinson hospital yesterday afternoon after a long illness. He was a native of Canada, but came to this country about 60 years ago and was emplyed at the Leeds Corticelli Silk company until he retired about 15 years ago. His wife, Delia (LaFreniere) LaBarge, died July of this year. He leaves three daughters, Mrs. George Major of Hadley, Mrs. Peter Seney, Sr. and Mrs. Obe Lavallee, both of Leeds; three brothers, Louis of Manchester, N. H., and Anthony of Leeds; one sister, Mrs. John Pelton (sic) of Wilton, N. H., and several grandchildren. The funeral will be held from the home 81 Water street, Leeds, at 8:30 Wednedsay morning followed by a solemn high Mass of requiem in St. Catherine's church, Leeds at 9. Burial will be in St. Mary's cemetery, Leeds.
[Note: Arsenne was the son of Joseph Laberge and Sophie Soucisse of Wotton, Quebec.]