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April 1969 THE QUODDY TIDES, Eastport, Maine Page Seven Deaths 00O00.Y,00.l00OAO,.e,ore,00wos,a',eno,'er't"eMo"e allroad. (Loaned by Herbert Sears, Pembroke) Pembroke News Meeting was held , 31, at Washington hall :ers appropriated the sum of run the town affairs. This include the school appropri- ,606, but it does include the was elected as Town The Selectmen Goodwin Junieus Mills third. The se- serve as assessors and over- Carolyn Dudley treasurer, Alfred Sears Mr. Paul Carter fire Voted to change the mer- lights, and $1,149 was this. Also $5,000 for 'ridges, $8,000 for winter contingent fund, reight on surplus food, $100 p Corp. $400 for nee of the reversing falls, the fire department. A1- the moderator of the Brown Jr. and Miss Pat the Easter va- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sprague spent the Easter parents, Mr. and Mrs. DOnald Lingley of Glas- visited friends in Pem- and family of visited her sister over Easter. aapson- with his family. Uren, visited his family is now working in Conn. rs. Guy Edwards of Wales, a few days with ld Mrs. Carl Rice. of Greenfield, has (lays with her son tton White. en spending a parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sears, Son of Mr. and Mrs. been a patient at the Cal- son of Mr. and Mrs. spent Easter with his par- Johnson spent n Dwight and Week. visiting her California. Ayer of Portland ld With his father Loyd Ayer, and called on his mother Mrs. Ina Ayer who was a patient at the Calais Re- gional Hospital. The annual meeting of the Pembroke Trotting Assoc. Inc. was held at the _ I.O.O.F. hall Pembroke on Wednesday April 2, with a good attendance. Election of officers was held ;-President-Joe Dunn, V.. President-Clyde Crane, Sec -Frank Lincoln, Treasurer-Leavett Hatch, Trus- tees for 3 years-Joe Dunn, Julian Blanch Eugene Stanhope, Stall Supt.-Harold Rose. Plans for the coming year are to re- model the refreshment stand, the electric wiring, and repair other buildings Pembroke Grange met Thursday eve- ning with a good attendance. Refresh- ments were served. Beano is held every Thursday evening at the Legion Hall in Pembroke at 8 o'- clock. Come one, come all! Mr. Ralph Cushing spent a day with his mother Mrs. Hazel Cushing last Sun- day. He is in Basic Training at Fort Dix, N.J. Mrs. Ina Ayer has returned home after being a patient at the Calais Regional Hospital. The Sunday School of the Peoples United Methodist Church held a program Sunday, with a film on the resurrection The Union Guild met with Mrs. Eunice Daggett on Wednesday with eight mem- bers present. After the business meeting refreshments were served, by the hostess assisted by Mrs. Kenneth Leighton. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cook have re- turned home from Florida where they have been spending the winter months. Rev. and Mrs. George Fallen and daugh- daughter who will soon be leaving Pem- broke, were guests of honor at a Fellow- ship supper at the Iron works Church Sun- day evening. This was hostessed by the Bible Study Class, assisted by members and friends of the Peoples United Meth- odist Church and Iron Works United Methodist Church A money tree was pre- sented to the family. Pembroke H. $. News Fhe Junior Class of Pembroke High School held a Dance Friday night with a good crowd attending. The door prize was won by Jon Ebbeson. Refreshments were served. The Seniors of Pembroke High School held their annual Senior supper March 31. We would like to thank all who helped to make this a success. MRS. HARRIS HIBBARD Perry-Mrs. Harris (Effie) Hibbard, 77, died March 30, 1969 at the Eastport Mem- orial Hospital. She was born at Perry, the daughter of John and Elmira (Maloney) Clark. She attended schools in Perry and East- port, and was a member of the Perry Con- gregational Church and Perry Grange. Survivors include her husband; one son, Dale of Nashua, N.H.; four sisters, Mrs. Harold (Emma) Ricker of Long Beach, Calif; Mrs. Edmund (Edna) Daley of Augusta, Mrs. Francis (Myra) Brown of Malden, Mass., and Mrs. Thomas (Ruth) McDermott of Winterport; three brothers, William of Winfield, Pa., Merrill of Pacific Grove, Calif., and Noel of Malden, Mass.; one grandson. Funeral services and burial were in Perry. MRS. EDITH WENTWORTH Eastport-Mrs. Edith (Spates) Went- worth, 93, of Salem, N. H., formerly of Eastport, died March 31, 1969 at her home. She was born at Eastport, the daugh- ter of George E. and Jennie (Wren) Spates. Survivors include one daughter, Mrs. Harold (Hilda) Telfer; one granddaughter and five great-grandchildren. Funeral services and burial were in Eastport. EDGAR RUSSELL The death of well known Grand Manan resident, Edgar R. Russell occurred Feb- ruary 8th at the Grand Manan Hospital following a heart seizure. Mr. Russell was born at Deep Covej Grand Manan, 78 years ago. Following his marriage to the former Alma Joy in 19 ! 5, the Russells resided in the family homestead at Deep Cove until three years ago, when they moved to North Head. Mr. Russell was a commercial fisher- man and held interests in different types of fishing during his lifetime He was known for his association with the Quoddy fight Chapter O. E. S. Installation Quoddy Light Chapter, O.E.S.,held a semi-public installation Saturday even- ing with 118 people attending. Special guests were Past Grand Matrons Elizabeth Noddin and Mary Wright of the Grand Chapter of New Brunswick, Canada. Oth- er out-of-town guests were from Penna- magquan, Sebosis, Orion, Magi and Ion- don, Ontario chapters. The installing officer was Frances Wakefield, Past Matron, Wescogus Chap- ter, Addison and she was assisted by Alice Fitzhenry, installing chaplain; Genevieve Dinsmore, installing marshal; and Irma Wells, installing organist. Soloists were lorraine Jackson and Rev. Donald Stock- ford. The following officers were installed: worthy matron, Hazel Higgins; worthy pa- tron, Alden O'Brien; Associate matron, Marjorie Surles; associate patron, Winfield Newman; secretary, Edith Comstock; treasurer, Marylyn Curtis; conductress, Ellen O'Brien; associate conductress, Lor- raine Jackson; chaplain, Rev. Donald Stockford; marshal, Shirley Morong; org- anist, Inna Wells; Adah, Evelyn Cox; Ruth, Bernadette Newman; Esther, Beulah Savage; Martha, Geraldine Dinsmore; Electa, Vivian Shannon; warder, Eva. Mc- Caslin; sentinel, Donald Jackson. Following installation refreshments were served in the banquet room by Mr. & Mrs. Carleton Corey, Mr. & Mrs. James Bate and Mrs. Mildred Miller. Pat's Cove weir, where he worked until a few years ago. Funeral services were held at the North Head Wesleyan Church. The pallbearers were the present fisherman of the Pat's Cove Weir. Interement was in the North Head Cemetery. Mr. Russell is survived byhis widow, two sons, Ross H. and Ronald both of North Head; one sister, Mrs. Otis Anthony of Deep Cove; two grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. THADDEUS PHINNEY Lubec-Thaddeus W. Phinney, 52, died April 15, 1969 at a Sharon, Conn. hospital. He was born at Edmunds, the son of Byron and Sadie (Wilcox) Phinney. He had lived at Trescott until 12 years ago when he moved to Wassaic, N.Y. Survivors include his mother of Greene; his widow, Mrs. Minnie (Mahar) Phinney; one daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Wood of Lynn, Mass.; one son Byron Phinney of Wassaic, N.Y.; one brother Alton Phinney of Greene; two grandchildren and several aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews and cous- ins. Funeral services were held in Whiting and burial in West Lubec. WILFRED LAHEY North Head-The death of Wilfred (Bill) Lahey, North Head, Grand Manan, occurred at the Saint John General Hos- pital on March 21. Mr. Lahey was the son of the late Howard and Mary (Whelpley) Lahey and had been a lifelong resident of the Island. For many years he operated A. H. Lahey & Son store at North Head. Surviving are his wife, the former Hazel Ingersoll of Grand Manan, one son Burton, with the Customs Department at Campo- belle Island, two daughters Mrs. Norman Stewart (Mary) of Pennfield and Miss Pamela at home; one brother John of North Head; eleven grand children and several nieces and nephews. Funeral services and interment were at North Head. Pallbearers were Harry Avery, Keith Morgan and four brothers- in-law, Weldon Ingersoll, Kermin Inger- soll, Richard Ingersoll and Merritt Brown. ROBERT THOMPSON Robert Nelson Thompson of Wood- wards Cove, Grand Manan died at Fundy Hospital, Blacks Harbour, March 23, 1969. He is survived by one son, one sister, one brother, several nieces and nephews. Fu- neral services and interment were in Wood- wards Cove. In Memoriam In loving memory of Robert D. Mor- risen who passed away April 2, 1968. Those whom we love go out of sight but never out of mind. They are cherished in our hearts of those left behind. Sadly missed by sons Francis and Tho- mas; and daughters Madonna, Yvonne and Barbara. Pembroke H. S. Honor Roll Grade 7-A's and B's, Thomas Morgan, Cathy Robinson; B's, Steven Goodwin. Grade 8-All A's, Amanda Below; A's and B's, Cheryl Brown, Jo Marie Moran; B's, Alice Lingley. Grade 9-All A's, Kathryn Davis; A's and B's, Romelda Ashby, James Dudley, Carolyn Mills; :Grade lO-A's and B's, Charles Kilby, Carole Renaud. Grade 11-A's and B's, Sherritl Cant- well, Carol Dudley, Michael Robinson; B's, Sonia Salsbury. Grade 12-AU A's, Christine Hapenney; A's and B's, Colleen Brown, Linda Davis, Barry Hersey, Valerie Priest.