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12 September, 1969 THE QUODDY TIDES, Eastport, Maine Page 9 Eastport News Continued from page 7 Mr. and Mrs. Ted Goodwin of Bangor have spent their vacation here at a camp " in Cathance with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cormier. Miss Andrea Patton, who is employed in New York City, has spent a few days here parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ross Jr. and family. She was accompanied by her fiance, Mr. William Mains, also of New York. joint birthday party was held August 31 at the home of Mr and Mrs. Harry Small, Jr. on Boynton Street. It was in honor of the fourth birthday of their daughter Sheila, and the fifth birthday of her cousin Lynn Small, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mariner Small of Pembroke. Gifts Were presented and refreshments served, With two birthday cakes. Mr.and Mrs. Irving Harris and children Julie and Gary, with friend Peter Lancaster, all of Bangor, spent the Labor Day week- end with Mrs. Helen Robinson• Also visit- ing Mrs. Robinson were Mr. and Mrs. Royce Robinson of Tewksbury, Mass., bringing back with them Mrs. Robinson's grandson "John Bishop, who had spent a week with S/Sgt. Charles Robinson in Worcester, Mass. YNC Gary Urquhart of the U.S. Navy SPent the past weekend with Mrs. Urquhart and the family here. He had just completed a six week cruise to South America, Puerto Rico and other ports, retuming to his base at Newport, R. I. where he is stationed aboard the ship Richard L. Page. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Doyle returned to their home in Fredericton, N. B. on Satur- Miss Cheryl Swartz of Boston• They spent the Labor Day weekend with his parents. Also at home with Mr. and Mrs. Bouchard for a three week leave is SP-4 Ronald Bouchard of the U.S. Army, Aviation• At the conclusion of his leave Ronald will proceed to Fort Lewis, Wash., then over- seas for duty. He has been studying Avionics at Fort Eustis. James Munson of Newburyport, Mass. spent the past weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Munson St. Visiting Mrs. Beatrice Salisbury has been Mrs. Rena Hurley of Millis, Mass. with her son James, also her son Richard and his wife, of Chicago, Ill. Mrs. Hurley will be well remembered here, although she has not visited Eastport for many years, as the former Rena Malloch. Her late husband was a doctor on the staff of Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Batson of Morrow, Ohio have returned home after having spent two weeks here at the Wickerson homestead on Water Street. Mrs. Batson is the former Lettie Wickerson. The home- stead is being renovated as they plan to return here to live in the not too distant future. Mrs. Grayson Whalen of Waterville and her sons John and Michael have been guests of Mr.and Mrs. Jesse Cook, Sr. for a week. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Dougherty and daugh- ter Eileen were at the Maritime Academy at Castine over the weekend to visit William Dougherty, who is attending the Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Welton have as their guest his daughter, Mrs. Harold Crocker of New Portland. clay after a visit at the home of his sister, A Pink and Blue Baby shower was held rs. Clayton Jackson and family. Mr, and Sat. evening for Mrs. Jon McGarvey at the Mrs. Paul Bartlett and sons Bradley and home of Mrs. Robert Chaffey. Co-hostess Traey of Garfield, N. J. also spent the week- for the evening was Mrs. Jon Morrison. end with Mr. and Mrs. Jackson, enroute to Refreshments were served. Calais, Maine where they will reside. Mr. ltartlett will be employed by the Georgia Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lank of Levittown, Pacific in Woodland. New Jersey and Mr. and Mrs. Michal Dreana Gena Boone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. onald L. Boone, celebrated her thirteenth irthday by a party held at the home of er grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hermon loone, on Saturday, September 6th. She as the recipient of many nice gifts, and a number of young friends were present. ames and refreshments were enjoyed• Recent guests of Mrs. Howard Sanborn ere her son, Charles Roop and Mrs. Roop .f Millinocket, and her grandson David ROop, Mrs. Roop and sons Mark and Mat- thew of Stonington. Gary Young, grandson of Mr, and Mrs. lenneth Young, with his wife has spent Vo weeks here with them. He is in the • S. Air Force, at present attending a assachusetts school before departing for taly, where he will be stationed. h Mrs. Donald Lawrence of Bangor with er sister-in-law Miss Melanie Lawrence, d Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chute of Bucks- lrt spent the weekend here. The Quoddy Tides regrets that the 011OWing names were omitted from those t of town who attended the funeral rViees of the late Calvin Logan: Mr. and rs. Myron Hamilton and daughter Zanne of Cape Elizabeth, and Mr. and 'rs. Lester Stackhouse of Saint John, N.B. f Mr. and Mrs James Logan have spent a • xv days in Cape Elizabeth as guests of Mr. tl Mrs. Myron Hamilton. Mrs. Claude Bouchard, who has been to e Massachusetts General Hospital for a Ysical checkup, has returned home. ter Son, Joseph Bouchard, accompanied rl on her return. He has been attending k, ts Electronics School in Boston, where  ae,hieved the distinction of being on the lan s list, and also was President of his Ls. He was accompanied here by a friend, of Winsor, Conn. visited Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Randall over the holiday. Marilyn Taylor of Winterport, Maine spent the past week visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Taylor. Miss Alice Heidepriem of Defiance, Ohio spent several weeks visiting Lena Joseph, also visiting over the holidays were Lillian Gallant of Portland, Mr. Preston Kinney of Berlin, Mass. and John Hatt of Portland. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James McCutcheon of Perry recently were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Langill of Canton, Mass. and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Greenlaw of Canada. Visitors over the weekend at the home of Mrs. Anna Dullnig were her son Robert and family and her former wards Anna and Ernest Collier. Maj. Dick "Brownie" Tokarz, USAF, (Shead '55) recently returned to his airbase in Udorn, Thailand, to complete a year's assignment as pilot of one of the "Phantom" jet reconnaisance planes in use over Viet Nam. Before leaving, he and his family visited her parents, Col. and Mrs. Chester Wilson of Alexandria, Va. and his sister, Linda Anzelmo and family of University Park, Md. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh E. Brown and fam- ily of Riverside, Conn. were here to visit his mother, Mrs. D. Lucile Brown, a patient at the Eastport Memorial Hospital and his sister and family, Dr. and Mrs. Rowland B. French at Deep Cove. Also visiting the French's after a climb-to-gether up Mt. Katahdin were Dr. Margaret S. French and children of Ann Arbor, Mich. Mr. George Finch, Jr., of East Hartford, Conn., and Mr. and Mrs. Basil Pottle, and two children of Hermon, Maine, spent Labor Day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Finch, Sr. Quoddy Area Real Estate Transfers July 17 - July 24, 1969 Burdette O. Brown 11, et al of Edmunds, to Mazie HalloweU Brown of Syracuse, N.Y., three lots of land situated in Edmunds, containing 99 acres more or less. Mazie Hallowell Brown of Syracuse, N.Y. to Burdette O. Brown I1 et al of Edmunds, three lots of land situated in Edmunds, containing 99 acres, more or less. Henrietta Colson of Franklin et al to Vera A. DeBeck of Franklin, a lot of land with all buildings thereon situated in Lubec. City of Eastport to Paispearl Products Inc. of Eastport, a lot of land situated on the southwest side of Deep Cove Road in Eastport. Augusta W. Bromley of Perry et als to George W. Raye et al of Norton, Conn•, a lot of land together with all the buildings thereon situated in Perry. Lily S. Drummond of East Greenwich, R.I. to Edward J. Spencer et al of Amston, Conn. a lot of land situated in Eastport. Alice P. Foley of Eastport et als to Arlene F. Charlcbois et al of Pawtucket. R 1.. a lot of land with all the buildings thereon situated in Eastport on High St. July 25 - July 29, 1969 Raymond D. Higgins et al of Dennys- ville to Theodore Peterson Jr. of Brooklyn, N.Y., a lot of land situated on the East side of Murphy's Point on Cathance Lake, in Cooper. Madeline T. McFadden of Lubec, to Your Fathers Mustache International, Inc. of New York. N.Y., real estate situated in Lubec and Trescott, together with the buildings thereon, containing 149 acres more or less. Russell B. McFadden of Lubec, to Your Fathers Mustache International, Inc. of New York, N.Y. real estate situated in Lubec and Trescott, together with the buildings thereon, containing 149 acres more or less. Gordon Greenlaw of Eastport, to George M. Demick et al of Woodsville, N.H., a lot of land with the buildings thereon, situ- ated in Eastport. W. Robinson Flagg of Eastport to Helen Wilson of Eastport, a lot of land with the buildings thereon situated in Eastport. Randolph M. Caswell of Calais, to Loraine D. Avery of Eastport, lots of land situated in Charlotte, with the buildings thereon. Annie M. Johnson of Lubec to Ursula G. Danforth of Lubec, a lot of land sit- uated in Lubec with the buildings thereon on School Street, so called Elizabeth W Ward of Dennysville to Beatrice W. McNair et al of Mississippi, a lot of land together with the buildings thereon, situated in Edmunds. Forrest G Bitner et al of Washington, D.C. to Howard F. Hunt et al of lrvington, N.Y., lots of land with the buildings thereon situated in Trescott. Rita !. Brodie of Ellsworth to James W. Tomlinson of Lubec, a lot of land together with the buildings thereon situated in Lubec. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cheverie, their son, Keith of Portsmouth, N.H., and Jane Cheverie of Salem, N.H., spent the Labor Day weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Mclntyre. "'HOODY" KINNEY'S Light Trucking and Pick. Up Service EASTPORT Tel. 853-2795 July 30 - August 5, 1969 Arthur L. Dudley of Sanford to Horace A. Lyons of Eastport, lots of land situated in Eastport, on Hawkes Avenue. Emily E. Auclair of Eastport to Francis O, Ayres III of Eastport, a lot of land situated in Perry• Town of Pembroke to Charles D. Rmbhi Robbins Jr. of Toronto, Canada, real estate situated in Pembroke, three lots in all. Lucille M. Robbins of Toronto, Canada, to Charles D. Robbins, Jr. of Toronto, Canada, lots of land situated in Pembroke, with the buildings thereon, containing 37 acres more or less. Irving M. Bridges of Pembroke to Charles D. Robbins Jr. of Toronto, Canada, five lots of land situated in Pembroke, contain- ing 142 acres, more or less, with the buildings thereon. Rupert U. Greenlaw et al of Lubec, to Marshall L. Stone et al of Havertown, Penn. a lot of land with the buildings thereon, situated in Lubec. James H. Verge Jr. of Eastport, to Neat A. Verge et al of Eastport, lots of land together with the buildings thereon, situ- ated on Third Street in Eastport. Louise E. Holland et al of Pembroke to Francis W. Morrison Jr. et al of Dennys- ville, a lot of land together with the buildings thereon, situated in Pembroke. Edward M. Messer of Woodbridge, Conn. to William B. Johnston et al of Calais, a lot of land with the buildings thereon, situated in Robbinston, containing 3 acres more or less. Malcohn E. Lingley of Pembroke to Melvin A. Brown et al of Pembroke, a lot of land together with the buildings thereon, situated in Pembroke• Everett A. Grant of Marion to Philip E. Plante of Machias, a lot of land situated in Marion. City of Eastport to Earl Stinson et al of Quoddy Village, Eastport, real estate situated in Eastport with the buildings thereon. ANTACll N/ce.00F,a00 the natural-looking haircolor you just shampoo in. I,,. ....... ..... OL4J0000. ULTRA BLuE Havey & Wilson Tel. 853-4061 Eastport, Me.