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Page 8 THE QUODDY TIDES EASTPORT SUCCESSFUL FRIENDS OF LIBRARY CHRISTMAS FAIR The Eastport Friends of the Library earned over S800 from their annual, Christmas Fair which was held at Peavey Memorial Library on Friday, November 2. Many thanks to the fair's patrons who contributed to the event's success by buy- ing food, articles or raffle tickets and to the generous people who donated items to sell. The raffle winners and their prizes ! 9 November, 1984 Mrs. Louis (Susan) Espoltl ,Tel..853-4806 or 211111 phants to delight shoppers. KIDKARE UPDATE KidKare, under the direction of June Kinney, has been visiting the residents at Eastport Memorial Nursing Home which has been a pleasant experience for all concerned. The young people are very pleased with the response from the public, espec- ially during their food sale which was S0c held at Flagg's Furniture Store recently, p0f It was very successful and the youngsters bet " P' -, were: Gerald Brewster-reindeer made by thank the Flaggs and Nancv Stevenson Susan Wallace; Jane Scott-stuffed cord- who made and donated a beautiful Teddy  l 1 / , ,," .... i S" uroy Christmas goose made by Susan Bear cake to be raffled off. The winner  s0ci '" 12 '.""  .....  Wallace: Roland Boetello-handmade of the cake was Marilyn Johnson. i repl quilt created by Ruth Clark; Inez Kier- Dickie DeWitt won all of the goodies GO i .,m stead "Cabbage Patch" look-a-like doll that were left over from the sale. ' ' made by keita Stoddard; Agnes Collins-  3ng electrified Christmas tree created by Kay RAYE FAMILY HAS EXCITING TRIP i 10; GOING TO THE POLLS on November 6th are voters at the fire station in Eastport. and Don Gensure, Scuttle Boyle and BY TRUCK ACROSS U S ! pan /Qucddv TidesPhot)) Merge Rice" and Carolyn Speck-basket h ....  "   " " : Fro ' t e James Kaye IamlJy ol tzastport , with napkins and placemats made by ...... : nave returnee tram a month-long trip i ELECTION (from page 1) Sally Claroni .. . . mat they will not soon target. ; paper went to press. Most of the ballot Eastport-Vose 847, Trenholm 142; HALLOWE'EN SPIRITS Jim, the owner of a trucking business,  ant counts are for Washington County. Lubec Vase 297, Trenholm 652; Pleas- Sherman and Jane Camick of Pleasant was transporting hardware to Los Angeh i EA y pn d NE U.S. Senator-William S. Cohen(S), ant Point-Vase 89, Trenholm 52; Marsh- Street really had the Hallowe'en spirit or so the rest of the famil accom aie 2,498; Elizabeth H. Mitchell (D). /80: field-Vase 73, Trenholm 137; Whiting- should we say "spirits" this year. him on his cross-country travels. Jim, " Ann P. Stoddard, 28. Vase 132, Trenholm 171 ; Machiasport- Once again, in their customary hall- wife Lorie and children Sandi, Tommy I Me U.S. Representative to Congress (Sec- Vase 145. Trenholm 315. day style, they decorated both their and Michael were fortunate to be able I 0 and District)-Chipman C Bull (D) 893: Representative to the Legislature (Dis- home and garage with appropriate motifs, to visit a number of famous sights and | Olympia Snowe (R) 2.286 and Stud- trict 139)-Incumbent Fred Moholland Pumpkins, ghosts, black cats and witches meet some well-known personalities. | liv dard 28. (D) of Princeton 1,930 and Chester Sher- delighted passerbys for many days and Highlights of the trip include an occas. | bu! State Senator (District 7)-John H. rard (R) of Charlotte 1,016. nights, ion in Virginia when singer Johnny Lee | Hope everybody got to see the display, waved to Sandi in the truck; a stop in  to 2,Cashwell188. (R) 1.060: LarD' M. Brown (D) manJUdge(R) offCalaisPrbate-Williamwas unopposed.F" Board- W.I.C. CLINIC IN EASTPORT--NOV. 15 Memphis to see Elvis' Graceland; and a  giv Representative to the Legislature Sheriff of Washington County-In the .... tour of Universal Studios in Hollywood i The Downeast Health bervices W.l.l. h ........ " j are (District ! 37) Incumbent Rep. Harry County vote incumbent Harold A. Pres ...... Clinics will be nero in the comerence ......... t e "A-leam' was putnng on a uve = I Vase 1,643; Beverly Trenholm (R) 1,637. cott (D) of Machiasport received 8,914 room at Eastport Health Care as oirov-'" snow, ........ wnne me Kayes were at the t,os IJ L0 ,ngeles srumos anu lommy was asKea ! Votes cast by communities in District votes and Richard Young (R) of Eastport ember 15. out of a crowd of 3 000 people if he | ant 137 are: Cutler-Vase 60, Trenholm 168; received 5,492 votes. If anyone has further questions please ._._..,., ........... .' ......... I i0r ' woum ue to help ou me",-leam . tie I ..................... Nashington County Commissioner- call the DHS Calms office 454 3634 0 0 ..... - " was outfitted in a blackleather jacket . ! --'-"--- -  0 Five candidates ran tar the two posmons l KNIT N  open on the board, lncumbentCharles METHODIST WOMEN CHRISTMAS with the show's title written across the ] Nc t. ,-,JIIg 0 Brennan (D) of Robbinston received FAIR-NOV. 16 back, a red helmet and yellow gloves. | Sol ] STITCH : 6,243 votes. Charles Gillis (R) of Calais The United Methodist Women will be Then the delighted youngster slapped Mr, [ bri ' "T - " "T EASTPORT ME  received 6 232 votes. There was only a holding their annual Christmas Fair in T five ' and when Mr. T placed a micro- [ eta 0 wm ,-  - 0 ' the Chapel on Friday, November 16, phone on him, Tommy announced "I'm I " '. " spread of 20 votes between the first I (Across from Post Office) ! .......... from 10 A.M. until 4 P.M. Tommy Raye from Eastport, Maine' and I ne 0 pace winner ana me canalaare wno [ e, in" & Alterations  placed third and lost, John W. Bagley There will be Christmas novelties, waved to the audience, l an Cont on page9 | ""  ...... ! with 6 223 votes Norman Nelson (D) SE ' Fabrics -- Sewing ouons 0 ' " . 0 0 of Roque Bluffs recewed 4,076 and J. 0 Thread Yarn 0 e  f u ece ve 7 0 --  Barn yRero k becr i dl, 61 59 Fine Jewelry i votes. H sk St V I LAY AWAY NOW FOR I and her staff-Debbie Doten, Linda Butler and  , Sheila Small - have just returned from Boston where they  J ! i 1 tm.a,s  @ attended the biggest beauty show held in New. , ,England. . , , They spent two days learning the latest tech-  i --  niques in styling, cutting, coloring and penning. 1[ I Recliners (many styles)  ks_ Also at the show, the most modern equipment I Lamps  Tables- available for beauty salons was demonstrated.  I  Rosemary's prides itself in using the most modern equipment, ] I Decorator Clocks lnllll {, scientific products and advanced education. We do this for you. | |  ,   Wearehardtobeat, PersonalizedsWling. l ' |1 Quasar TV s FL g 853-2781 454-7825 il AGG'S FURNITURE Berman Mall, Eastport 20 South Street, Calais  EASTPORT Tel. 8534262 MAINE  O Open 6 days..9 to 5. Evenings by Appointment _ :l Men s and Women s Hairstyles _21 I