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..Apti11969 THE QUODDY TIDES, Eagport, Maine from Old News 00astport 00entinet Compiled by Joyce Emery R ISLAND Olive English leaves Saturday to school at Bredalbane N.B. callers on W. H. Lambert were Lambertville and Vernon and James Ward of Lambert's Cove. A. Colpitts has returned after ral weeks, and is again his duties as pastor of the Churches here. fliNG Edward Dwelley spent his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. and his friends were all Well pleasecl to see him. entertained a party of on Sunday, the occasion honor of her fourth birthday. Hurley sailed Tuesday for Nor- a. on Capt. Small's vessel. KE and ROKE t officers chosen at Pembroke in- ,r, Harry Little, Frank H. Welch (town clerk, elected consecutive term) Harlan Bret Wilder, Leon Taylor, Alfred H. H. Best. Verner Brown as moderator. Charlie Putney and fam- Sunday with Mrs. Putney's par- and Mrs. Benjamin Clark. received 250 chickens by put them in their quarters in a brooder. At one AM the exploded, killing nearly all the was voted to sell the snow plow and the matter of valuation was left to the select- men. A four-act drama, "Simon the Leper" will be presented Eager Sunday night at the Congregational Church under the di- rection of Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Brown, with the following cast: Harry Selwood, Ruth Selwood, Frederick Stacey, Rita Leigh- ton, Nelson Clarke, Theresa Spear and Olive Clark. LUBEC The 40th anniversary of the Pythian Sisters was observed in the K of P Hall March 1 lth. A varied program of enter- tainment was presented including musi- cal numbers, dancing and readings. En- tertainers were: Irma Bagley, June Zwick- er, Roberta Rarnsdell, John Peabody, Jane Cumberland, Lettie Ramey, Marg- aret Peabody, Sara Stuart, and Bertha Mahlman. Mrs. William Stanhope has been feed- ing a flock of about 50 purple finches. They are very tame and one she caught in her hand wore a metal band on its leg, with numerals and a date, but no indica- tion of where the banding was done. Blackwood has an- following honor parts: Inez '; Constance Rice Salu- Bragdon history; Mahlon an Lincoln, gifts; Juan- Will, Helen Johnson, st, and Faye Boyden who has spent the hisaunt, Mary McDermott, lurday for Boston, whence he home in Ireland. S meeting was held Monday with changes. has returned to the Maine after spending her her parents. has purchased a new Cosman conducted an old bee and quiz contest prizes were won by and Constance Newman, prizes were won by Ryder l. Door prizes Della Matthews and Arnold 3r vessel "Annie M. Kinney", has taken the house- Rev. F. E. Roop to Nova he will now reside. ISl! Town meeting was held The following to town offices: Jeff Hawkes, C. Annis, Leo Annis, n, Ethel Damon, Fred Annis, EdWina Damon, Fred Hat- Smith. meeting was held at Tuesday. The town raised common schools of poor, $1000; general lO0; highway patrol $940; 500; town roads $700. It Page Three Quoddy Area Real Estate Transfers March 4-March 26, 1969 Mac E. Carter of Calais to Mac E. Car- ter et al of Calais, lots of land together with the buildings thereon situated in Cal- ais and Robbinston. Chevron Co. of Perth Amboy, NJ. to B. H. Wilson Fisheries of Eastport, a lot of land with the buildings thereon situated in Eagport. Great Council of Maine of the Improved Order of Red Men, with offices at North Fryeburg, Maine to the Town of Dennys- ville, a lot of land with buildings thereon situated in Dennysville. Robert M. Guptill of Marshfield to Thomas Wolf et al of North Haven, Maine, land situated in Pembroke containing 75 acres more or less. Robert W. Slack of Newport, Vt. to Raymond Stanhope et al of Robbinston, a lot of land situated in Perry. John N. Anthony of Pembroke to Harold D. Keeler et al of Brookfield, Conn. two lots of land situated in Pem- broke containing 131 acres more or less. George H. Lawrence of Sault St. Marie, Mich., to Francis D. Driscoll et al of Bridgewater, Mass. a lot of land together with the buildings thereon situated in Robbinston, containing 8 acres more or less. William A. Clark of Winfield, Penn. to ROBBINSTON Nelson W. Clark of San Lose, Calif. a lot The following town officers were elect- ed at the annual town meeting: Selectmen, of land with no buildings thereon situated in Perry. assessors and overseers of the poor, Clar- William A. Clark of Winfield, Penn. to ence Moholland, George Freeman, James Laura C. Harrington of Nashua, N.H. a lot of land with no buildings thereon situated Brown; town clerk and treasurer, Noel Cleland; road commissioner A. L. Dag- gett; school committee, W. A. Brown. John Lincoln recently enlisted in the U. S. Army and :s stationed at Fort Mc- Kinely. DENNYSVILLE A Saint Patricks party was held Tuesday at the home of Mrs.T.Earle Prou- ty. Present were: Mrs Arthur Lincoln, Mrs. Letitia Brown, Mrs. Lettie Sylvia, Mrs. Augusta Small, Mrs. Olive Averill, Mrs. Myra Libby, Mrs Florence Kilby, Mrs. Fred Gardner, Mrs. Minnie Thomp- son, and Mrs. Maud Dudley. EASTPORT The Central Congregational Church will present a pageant Easter Sunday eve- ning Included in the cast are: Vision, Kay McPhee; Doubt, Mrs. Ray Emery; Fear, Geraldine Blanchard; Resurrection angel, Alice Green; Angel of Light, Marion Colwell; Mary Magdalene, Ruth Vose; Salome, Mrs, Shirley Lowe; Heralds, Jan- et [,owe, Jean McGregor, Sally Emery, Elaine MacNichol and Margaret Whalen; Disciples, Delbert Phinney and Kenneth Young Jr.; children, Constance Lowe, Theo Blanchard, Frances Blanchard, Mary McConnell, James Skehan, John Skehan, in Perry. William A. Clark of Winfield, Penn. to Olice Clark of Winfield, Penn. a lot of land with no buildings thereon situated in Perry. Charles C. Ort of Hackettstown, N.J. to Alfred L. Sears of Pembroke a lot of land situated in Pembroke called Hersey Neck. Wayne J. Roberts Estate (by guardian) formerly of Eastport, my one undivided half right title and interest to a lot of land situated in Eastport, together with the buildings thereon on Boynton St. Muriel E. Boyle of Washington, D. C. to the City of Eagport, my one undivided half right title and interest to a lot of land situated in Eastport, together with the buildings thereon, on Boynton St. Frank J. Kennedy et al of Valley Stream, Long Island, N. Y. to Thomas J. McLaughlin of Phoenix, Ariz. lots of land situated in Robbinston, with the buildings thereon, containing 138 acres more or less. Bernard L. Cox of Edmunds to Ruth E. Cox of Edmunds, a lot of land situated in Edmunds containing 50 acres more or less together with the buildings thereon. Madeline L. Gardiner McKim of St. Ralph Colwell Jr., Glen McConnell and Dale Blanchard. Miss Elizabeth Galen, a student at WSNS, is spending her vacation with her arents, Mr. and Mrs John Galen. r j. A. FERRIS & SON Springtime Clean-up Time Home Furnishings Floor Covering Boynton St., Eastport, Me. Tel. 853-4083 Stephen, N.B., Canada to Harold R. Keez- er of Eastport, a lot of land located in Quoddy Village in the City of Eastport with the buildings thereon. Harold R. Keezer of Eastport to Pass- amaquoddy Yacht Co. of Eagport a lot of land located in Quoddy Village in the City of Eagport, together with the buildings thereon. Louise B. Sullivan of Searsport et al, to Katrina M. Porter of Lubec, a lot of land situated in Lubec. Arthur J. Sargent et al of Pembroke, to Carl Chambers of Robbinston, a lot of land with no buildings thereon, situated in Calais, in that part known as Red Beach. Carl Chambers of Robbinston, to Rob- eft Lyons et al of Red Beach, a lot of land situated in Calais in that part known as Red Beach. Rainsford S. Dearborn et al of Lubec to Calvary Tabernacle Inc. of Rockland a lot of land together with the buildings thereon situated in Lubec on Washington St. Ivan M. Hanscom, of Marshfield, to Sentiel A. Rommel et al ofOrono, a lot of land situated in Trescott, in that part known as Crows Neck. Town of Pembroke to Richard Ebbeson of Pembroke land with buildings thereon situated in Pembroke. Town of Pembroke to George Frost of Pembroke, real estate situated in Pem- broke. Town of Pembroke to Clifford Ward of Pembroke, real estate situated in Pem- broke with the buildings thereon. Town of Pembroke, to Kenneth S. Leighton, of Pembroke real estate situa- ted in Pembroke with building. Ezra R. Lyons of Lubec, to Farrell E. Lyons et al of Lubec, land situated in Lu- bee. Maine Marine Products Inc. of East- port to The Mearl Corporation of Ossin- ing, N.Y. lots of land or beach together with all wharves and buildings thereon, situated in Eastport. Farrell Lyons et al of Lubec, to Hugh Takey of Belgrade, Maine, a lot of land situated in Lubec. Surplus Fodd Distribution in Quoddy Area The April surplus food distribution. schedule set up by the Washington County Regional Action Agency is as follows: April 7-Robbinston April 9-Eastport April 1 O-Pembroke April 11 -Dennysville, Edmunds April 21-Whiting, Trescott, Marion April 22-Lubec Eastport Savings Bank hdpori, Maine Feel Secure with money in a growing insured savings account Try-It Ill Member of FDIC