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13 January, 1984 THE QUODDY TIDES Page 19 LUBEC (from page 16) "French Folk Song", "Jingle Bells", "A Touch of Jazz", "When the Saints Go Marching In", "Down the Field, March", "A Christmas Wreath", "Go Tell Aunt Rhody". FoRowinga brief intermission the Junior and Senior High School Band pre- sented "Star Spangled Banner", "Swanee River", "Fame", "Symphony No. 1 Fin- ale", "I'll Be Home for Christmas", "Let it Snow", "Jingle Bell Rock". A large attendance enjoyed the concert and remarked on the enlargement of both the band and chorus. New band uniforms are expected to arrive within a few weeks. AROUND AND ABOUT Kenneth Hudson has returned to Man- chester, Conn. after spending his Christ- mas vacation with his mother, Mrs. Kay Hudson in Lubec, his sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Winslow Newman in Campo- bello, and other relatives. Billy Ashby of Fairfield spent the Christmas weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Ashby in South Lubec. Shelley Jones and Mary Hudson were recent weekend visitors of Carol Ryan in Westbrook. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kidder of Brewer and Mr. and Mrs. John Teryek and family of Clifton spent Christmas with their par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boucher in South Lubec. The winner of the "Makin's for a Christmas Dinner" at Conley's store in Lubec was Suzette Munson. Visiting their parents for the holidays were Irving Creath, Gaff, Mark, Carrie and Ivan of Brewer and Niantic, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lingley and children, Stephen and Stephanie of Stafford Springs, Conn.; also Mr. and Mrs. William David- son of North Hampton, N.H. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olson, Jr. and son, Matthew of Lubec. Mrs. Dorothy Galusha and grand- daughter, Gael Leesa, who have resided Lubec Health Education activities A Christmas Open House party was held at the Sunrise Apartment complex on Tuesday afternoon, December 13, sponsored by the Lubec Health Education Council• The affair was quite successful with many of the residents of the apart- ments in attendance. The Lubec Health Education Council is sponsored by the Regional Medical Center. It was organized in order roger • community involvement in creating pro- grams and activities to promote a healthy life-style for all members of the commu- nity. Future plans include a program call- ed "Time-Out". This group of parents with pre-school children will meet on Tuesday mornings from 9 to 12 at the Sunrise Apartment complex to share parental experiences. All residents of the apartments are welcome and any other interested individuals are urged to spend some time with the children and their parents• Another activity planned for January is a free, voluntary finger printing service on Saturday, January 14 from 9 a.m. to 1 pan. at the Lubec School cafetorium. Local police officers will fingerprint chil- dren and parents will keep the records• This program is patterned after the Nat- ional Childfind project. § .ec..e. S200.O00 LUBEC --10+/-- acres, 2 bedroom , home and studio. Frontage on salt J water. $39,00.0. I 20'.a0'.bin %0_00 1 REAL. ESTATE?BR?KERS 1 _.tr°.e® A.rl.een.. C,. Pierce ...... * R.R. 2, Lubec! Me. 04652 in Lubec for the past few years, have moved back to Columbiana, Ohio, to be near their family. Mrs. Galusha was very active in church work and the Medical Center Auxiliary and Gael Leesa was the Laboratory Technologist at the Lubec Regional Medical Center. They will both be missed. Mr. and Mrs. William Hatch spent Christmas with their daughter and hus- band, Mr. and Mrs. William Kitchen and family in Costigan and their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. William Hatch and family in Bucksport. Their daughter, Nancy Hatch, was also with the family in Costigan. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Fletcher have returned from Brownville where they spent the Christmas weekend with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald Stockney. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Trecartin of Halifax, N.S. spent Christmas with Mrs. Allen Mitchell. Kathy Farmer has returned to Skow- began after spending a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Farmer. Helen Bulmer of Calais spent a week with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Sid- ney Farmer. Christmas guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Felix were their son, Glenn Felix, Carl's sister, Esther Felix from Chicago, I11., and their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Leif Felix of Milbridge. Glenn and Esther Fel- ix have returned to Chicago after spend- ing several weeks with their family in North Lubec. Timmy Farmer has returned to Orono after spending three weeks with his par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. John Farmer. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Clark spent the Christmas holidays with their daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Randall Hart in Topsham and Mr. and Mrs. Erving Nichols in Bowdoinham. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Theriaulthave been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Ther- iault in Garland. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Morong were recent overnight visitors at the home of their son and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Morong and family in West Bath. With several inches of snow in Lubec, they were surprised to find all bare ground in Bath and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Brown have re- turned to York after spending the New Year's holiday at their home in South Lubec. My Christmas Wish What do you want for Christmas My children asked of me. B efore I have my answer They knew what it would be. I have no wish for fancy things Or things to tuck away. I wish for love and guidance To see me through each day. For everyone thaf I hold dear I wish them health and peace That I may go to sleep at night My restlessness tocease. I wish when I awake each day To try and do my best So when my time on earth is done That I will pass the test• But all of life's not sunshine And ali's not darkest gray We're given strength for things to bear If we but find the way. Mary Pushee Lubec ON THE LEVEL INTERIOR & EXTERIOR CARPENTRY New Homes - Renovations Siding - Roofing- Painting Free Estimates Tom Hughes- Lubec 733-2431 DR. ROBERT G. MacBRIDE with Travis and Chris Newman in his office at the Lubec Regional Medical Center. Dr. MacBride is participating in the Healthwise self-care health education series sponsored by the Down East Communi O, Hospital in Machias and the Washington County Extension Service. Healthwise Selfcare Program at Machias Hospital Dr. Robert G. MacBride, who has practiced rural family medicine in Lubec for many years, is the first of ten Down East Community Hospital (D.E.C.H.) medical staff members participating in the Healthwise self-care health education series which is sponsored jointly by D.E.C.H. and the Washington County Extension Service. The program is free and open to the public• Enrollment may be completed by telephoning the D.E.C.H. Administra- tion Office at 255-3356. Healthwise con- sists of ten, two-hour sessions. Each be- gins with a half hour professionally pro- duced video tape dealing with specific health topic. The tape is followed by open discussion• Dr. MacBride stressed that, "the home physical examination is the first step in taking responsibility for your family's health• Healthwise, " he said, "is not to be viewed as a substitute for profession- al medical care. Its objectives are to help the layman assume greater responsibility in maintaining and improving family health." Participants in the series may expect to save time. worry and needless expense by knowing when to treat minor illnesses at home and how to recognize when more skilled care is needed. The ten family health topics are: the home physical examination (Robert G. MacBride, M.D.), abdominal health prob- lems (Francis Schumann, M.D.), back- aches and headaches (John F. Gaddis, D.O.), the common cold (Brooks Hurley, Pharmacist), upper respiratory infections (Margaret Wiegand, M.D.), skin problems (Karl V. Larson, M.D.), injuries (Eric M. Burke, M.D.), emergencies (John Donaghy, M.D.), dental care and nutri- tion (Charles Dorr, D.D.S.), and life style and health (John Edwards, Ph.D.) of the Community Health and Counsel- ing Services. Film schedule - MOVIES FOR KIDS!! pate F.Llm..T.i.t.!.e_: _A.e Le.n.gt. Jan. 14 Rapunzel 6-11 10 mins. The Amazing Cosmic Awareness of Duffy Moon 9-adult 32 mins. Paintings 6-11 10 mins. Jan. 28 Alexander and the Car with the Missing Headlight 6-11 14 mins. The Remarkable Rocket 6-adult 25 rains. One Monday Morning 6-11 llmins. Children's movies are shown on Satur- days at 1:30 p.m. at the Congregational Church vestry• There is no admission charge. MOVIES FOR ADULTS Jan. 1 l Cicero, the Queen's Drum Horse Halls of Kings On Seven Hills for kids & adults Jan. 25 in Lubec Silent Witness The Lady or the Tiger Feb. 8 On the Waterfront (Feature film) Feb. 22 The Lady Vanishes Mar. 14 Pal Joey (Feature film) Mar. 28 Pysanka Most Immaculate Emperor Apr. 11 Nanook of the North Apr. 25 Bold Dragon Shakespeare Tillie's Punctured Romance May 9 The Mouse that Roared (Feature film) May 23 Romeo and Juliet Frank Film Conquest of Light Movies for adults are shown Wednes- day evenings in the Congregational Church vestry at 7 p.m. Insurance to fit All Your Needs 107 Water St., Eastport, Me. Tel. 853-2586 Town Office Bldg. - School St. Lubec, Me. Tel. 733-4349