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Page Twelve THE QUODDY TIDES, Eastport, Maine 11 Apti Shead H. S. Honor Roll Seniors-highest honors, Robert Burr, Joyce Clukey, Betty Humphries, Frances Miliano, JoAnn Ray; Honors, Robert Bax- ter, Thomas Baxter, Anne Beaupre, Wil- liam Dougherty, Cinda Downes, Ann French, Stanley Lozier, Lorraine MaD Nichol, George Malloch, Kenneth Mo- holland, Edmund Pottle, Dale Turner. Juniors-highest honors, Robert French, Robert Lewis, Philip Mathews, David Ray; high honors, Richard Chaffey, Robert Curtis; honors, Karen Bishop, Abigail Brown, Earl Marsh, Vina Rams- dell, Brenda Wilcox. Sophomores-highest honors, JoAnne Clemens, Brendakay Hall, Georgette Mat- theson, Mary Wilson; high honors, Jay Clemens, Deborah Newcomb, Beverly Newman; honors, Michael Arlauskas, Kathryn Craig, Kenneth Curtis, Richard Hall, Gwendolyn Marsh, Loring Matthe- son, Dolly Newcomb, Judith Richardson, Debra Urquhart. Freshmen-Highest honors, Dorothy Carter, Thomas Logan, Joseph Millano; high honors, Linda Carter, Elinor Hallo- well, Harry Lingley, Ronald Spinney, James Wallace; honors, Marily Apt, Bar- bara Collins, Seth Johnson, Robert Ken- dall, Virginia Mitchell, Elizabeth Ray, Peter Smith, Peggy Stevenson, Jo Whalen, Carl Young. Notes on Boats The sardine carrier "Tami & Joan" has returned to Sheepscott after coming up from that area (a 17 hour run) with a hold full of herring. (Roughly 50 hogs- heads). "The Duke" was tied up at the Eastport Municipal Pier and had some new planking put on. Captain Joe Gough and son Steevie are in Nova Scotia with their boat, the "Mary Helen G", which is undergoing repairs. Shop & Save R&H' IGA Washington Street Eastport, Maine SCOTT CO. Mobil Heating Oil RADIOS - STEREO TV Eastport, Me. Tel. 853-2731 Open Every Day North Perry, Maine Groceries-Newspapers Beer & Ale Pizzas & Italian Sandwiches Telephone Orders Accepted 853-2815 SMHS NEWS On Thursday, April 3, Polly Davis and Kenneth Mahar, accompanied by Mrs. Karlene Washburn, traveled to Machias for the Washington County Speaking Contest. Although they were not selected for the evening Finals, it was reported that they both did an excellent job and Shead is very proud of them. The Senior Class has gained possession of the Honor Roll plaque which is given to the class with the highest percentage of students on the honor roll. The Class of 1969 had 41% on the honor roll for the third ranking period. The Student Lounge, now accessible to all Honor Roll students, is undergoing renovations. New electrical wiring has been installed to improve the lighting. It is hoped that a new ceiling and wall cov- ering will be possible soon. On Saturday, March 29, the State Na- tional Honor Society Convention was held at Brewer High School. Students from Shead attending the event were Vina Ramsdell, Frances Miliano, David Ray, and Sheldon Keezer. Governor Kenneth Curtis was the main speaker at the morn- ing session Also on the morning program were candidates' speeches, after which voting was held. After lunch the students attended workshops. Directly following this was the business meeting, where var- ious problems concerning the N.H.S. were discussed and next year's officers announ- ced. Rotary Minstrel Show "Minstrel Merriment", the 1969 ver- sion of the annual Eastport Rotary show is now in the Final rehearsal stage. A cast of 70 singers, end men, soloists, instru- mentalists, and dancers are aiming at the production date of April 19 at the East- port Municipal Auditorium. Moving the show along in traditional minstrel style will be Interlockutor Merlin Wallace and his merry End Men Ev Baxter, Sherm Camick, Charles Dree- ben, Ken Mahar, Ralph Ray, and Jim Warren. Music Maestro is the perennial Kenny Murphy supported by his jolly band of Dave Stevens, Bob Baxter, Tom Logan, and Junior Gardner. The show abounds with surprise spe- cialties including some past successes such as Calvin Greenlaw, Jim Follis, Butch Mattison, Ruth Dougherty, Mary Lee, Eslie Trott, and Vina Ramsdell. All this variety is being tied into a fast-moving production by Director Robert Simon. Proceeds from the annual Rotary Show are used to support the club's youlh programs such as the winter skat- ing rink and the summer swimming and recreation program. Reserved seat tickets at $1.50 for "Minstrel Merriment" are on sale at the Merrill Trust Co. in Eastport; while rush seat tickets at $1.25 are available at the Rexall Drug Store or from any Rotary member. There is also a special 2516 children's matinee at 3 p.m. on April 19 as a warm-up to the full production that Debra Brown First Place evening at 8:00. The Lubec Junior Prize Speaking Con- test was held Tuesday evening, March 26th at the South Street Gym with Debra Brown taking first place, her subject being "Prelude to a Wedding". Ann McClure placed second with ''The Poppies Claim Their Own", and Noreen Mahar, third, speaking on "Love's Labor Lost". Judges were: Mrs. Clara Giroux and Mrs. Augusta Miller of Lubec, and Henry Roman of Campobello High School, N.B. Jeffrey Trecartin of the Lubec High School faculty was the advisor. During intermission Fr. Peter Gorham of the Sacred Heart Church sang several solos, Fuller Brush Specials April 14-May 10 Cellu. Sponge Mop Head 2.98 Spiral Bristle comb '2.10 Bowl CI. and Deod. 2.98 Aerosol Rug Shampoo 1.99 Window Cleaner .89 Call 853-2812 After 5:00 P.M. m For Sale Acre Lots near Boyden Lake with Beach and Docking Privileges $500. 30 acres land overlooking Pembroke River, running from road to water, wall $4,000. ROY POTTLE r. Real Estate Broker Perry, Me. Tel. 207-853,4419 Lt. Brown on the Mend It will be extremely heartening to ev- eryone here to note that Lt. Michael Brown, who sustained such a critical ac- cident in Vietnam some weeks ago, is at present making satisfactory recovery at Fort Devens Hospital, Fort Devens, Mass He was transferred there from the Airforce Hospital in Japan. The report is that Lt. Brown has been able to receive quite a few visitors, is com- ing along well, and may possibly be able to come home for a weekend or longer very soon. NEW FIBERGLASS TENDE racks at the Passamaquoddy Co., Quoddy Village, EastporL dy Tides Photo) In July 1966, the Passamac Yacht Co. was formed in Eastpq George Harris, Pres. and Cheter Jr. of Medfield, Mass., Treas. They I cialize in fiberglass boats which make from their own molds in in Quoddy Village. They have just finished a "Friendship Sloop" which is 22' by and was cast from a wooden built. The boat is painted a bright color, and is complete with a fashion piece and eagle head Sheldon Trott. The Parker Dinghy made by Parker of Richardsonville, Deer has been adapted to fiberglass by t pany, and is now produced in 10'I lengths, complete with maho an aluminum sailing mast and zip These dinghys sell for about 12' models) and have been shi ers in New Jersey, Calif., New York, Texas and Virginia. If you wish to have the Best Medical Care Possible You Must Have Doctors If you wish to have Doctors You Must Have A Hospital If You Wish To Have A Hospital You Must Use Its Services and AID FINANCIALLY Agenta Products Co. Holmes Corp. Mearl Corp. D. C. Bates M.D. Eastport Savings Bank B. H. Wilson Fisheries IN ITS SUPPORT Signed Mrs. Margaret Koops Merrill Trust Co. Eastport Hospital AuX. Guilford Industries Bangor Hydro El. Co.