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December 14, 1979

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Page 20 THE QUODDY TIDES INVESTITURE of Brownie Troop 36 (left to fight) Bethany Cox, Lisa Dinsmore, Tanya Miller, Melinda Gallant, Nancy A t- Mns, Sabrina Ramsdell and Dawn Johnson. (Morong Photo) Lubec Elementary School honor roll The honor roll for the Lubec Elemen- tary School has been announced as follows: Grade 6, high honors: Nancy McLean, Robert Miller, Veronica Simmonds, Brenda Fitzsimmons; honors: Traci McCaslin, James Mcfadden, Rena Cox, Tracey Mat- thews, Timothy Sawtelle. Grade 5, high honors: Paula Denbow, Angel Heschalk, Heather Mclver, Stacy McLean, Nancy Tinker; honors: Lisa Den- bow, Mel Gallant, Jeffrey Newman, Rob- erta Northrop, Lore Sawtelle, Ingrid Kat- rin, Jamie Morong. Grade 4, high honors: Alison Brown, Dawn Campbell, Nicole Caricofe, Maurice Denbow, Kerri Hall, Suzette Munson, Karrie Preble; honors: Shawn Dennison, Linsley Dinsmore, Stacie Hood, Diane Jones, Jodie McCurdy, Julie Seavey, Stacey Chandler, Jason Lyons, Normand Roberge. Grade 3, high honors: Yanya Miller, Shawn Mulholland; honors: Melinda Gallant, James Huntley, Bernard Mulhol- land, Sabrina Ramsdell, Lewis Richards, schools and the community during the coming year. Prospects included a jazz group and the Chocolate Cove Players. The next meeting will be held at the Consolidated School Dec. 20 at 7:30 p.m. French teacher, Paul Sirois, and his French Club will present a program. READING SURVEY IN LUBEC It was announced by Supt. Walter E. Cochrane that Lubec Elementary and Secondary teachers have completed a reading assessment survey under the Maine Right to Read Program. Miss Teresa Greene, who is the Right to Read Director for the Lubec public schools, directed the project. Rating sheets from each teacher have been forwarded to the State Department for processing and tabulation. Miss Greene explained "in completing this survey both strengths and areas for improvement will be identified. The tabu- lated summary of data will provide an im- portant basis for future developments in our action for reading improvement and enrichment in Lubec." MEETING OF LUBEC AMBULANCE CORPS Captain Edwin Huntley presided at the meeting of the Lubec Volunteer Ambu- lance Corps held Nov. 19 in the training room at the fire station. He reported on a meeting that he at- tended at the Down East Community Hospital when the subject of how long an ambulance should remain at the hospital was discussed: Following the meeting training on the use of the pulse meter was given. At the meeting on Dec. 3 the subject of uniforms was brought up but was tab- led until the next meeting when catalogs will be brought in for members to look at. The style and color of uniforms was decid- ed on at a meeting a few months ago but none were purchased. Since then ideas have changed. A letter was read fromco-ordinator Donald Hampton concerning future classes LUBEC (Continued) LUBEC GRANGE MEETING Lubec Grange 434 held their second meeting of the month Nov. 23, with W.M. Raymond Dinsmore presiding. The char- ter was draped in loving memory of Maurice Reynolds, a long and faithful member. Gertrude Day of Wesley Grange won the Eskimo doll donated by Ellen O'- Brien towards the WAC committee Grange fund. The afghan, donated by Edith Leighton, was won by LiUian Rob- inson of Oceola Grange. Following the business session, the Lecturer presented a program based on the Thanksgiving theme with readings, quizzes and stories by all the members. Due to the absence of the pianist, there was no march or songs. Thanks and appreciation were extend- ed to Alden O'Brien and Donald Leighton in the fine work they did in painting the inside and outside of the hall. The nickle march was won by Helen Thompson. Mystery packages were raf- fled offand netted the Grange extra cash needed for current expenses. A Christmas program and exchange of gifts will take place at the next meeting on Dec. 14. Refreshments were served in the lower hall by the lady officers. GOLDEN AGE CLUB ACTIVITIES The Golden Age Club of Lubec is hav- ing regular meetings on the first and third Tuesdays of each month at the Sacred Heart Parish Hall with a good attendance. Plans are being made for another food and miscellaneous table sale soon. The one held Nov. 12 was a decided success. They are held among the members who attend the meetings. The birthdays of those whose birthday is July through December will be observ-' ed at the Dec. 18 meeting with a birthday cake and ice cream. The C laristmas pro- gram will also be held at that tirae tla an exchange of gifts and a visit fraLlr. and Mrs. Santa Claus. -. ' BEGINNING TO LOOK LIKE CH RISTMAS It is beginning to look like Ca s in Lubec with a lot of houses decorated inside and out. Many of them are out. lined in red, green, blue and white lights others have bright candles in the windo or lighted Christmas trees. Morewill he added by the end of the week. Sadly missed are the colored light'- that used to be strung back and for or Water street and the gayly trimmed Unobsky's Department store. Thanksgiving the store would be ed in tinsel, bells and holly, gifts and cards were attractively ed and extra clerks were hired to wrap purchases if so desired. A visif to the second floor found toys, gamesd0tl books, dishes and knick-knacks, also wrapping paper and bows. Christmas carols were played on i. record player and friends from Iatl0 and Campobello met, expressed wishes for Other stores would be decorated also and the holiday spirit seemed to q ate. About ten days before stores would stay open through ing. No, it no longer seems like q on Water street with Unobsky's boarded up, Cora's Lunchon the comer boarded up and several buildings a the street boarded up. On Route 189 or County Road string of colored lights crosses the I= way in front of Malcolm Dodge's stw, and a tittle farther out on the oplxI side are the lights of the Christmas Dodge's Department store has dishes, toys, books, Christmas Cont. on SCaO;t T?is!lewood,,?oe Chesnel, Aimee of interest to ambulance personnel that i=t aJ o, manaawteue. MVilalcbhieaheld at the hspitalsin Calais and I , Season 's Greetzngs" The next meeting will be held at the  l 9X.-r4IL to our friends & customers ] fire station on Dec. 17 at 7:00 p.m. i 00eason's reettnos00, 41 . ,,, @1  Monument St. - Lubec it i Wasson's Market III =00mi0000llmtmllmw, ' 1 MAINST. LUBEC, ME. i I I MERRYCHRISTMAS -- Tel. '33-8834 f. 'YJ..  | "'--- "'" and a , P i :l  Happy and Prosperous New , ,g V Wealso wzshtothankallofourcustomersand frzends  ",._  " toourfriendsandcustomersand -h for their patronageduring,1979 i I .'_ thankyouforyourpatronagein 1979 5 !I -m- IODGE'S STORE . 'w Lester and Lotti Wasson I all" ] County Rd. - Lubec, Maine li]lliflli]=i]llii]mi A MERR Y CHRIS TMA S and a N HAPPY NEW YEAR i PRICES QUAL to our friendsandcustomersandwe wish to    "[[ l_ _]l__ "l thank you for yourpatronage during thepast  i' WIllrll)OOl HOME APPL i and look forward to serving you in 1980.  ! DENBOW OI L COMPANY LUBEC HARDWARE i I Water Street - Lubec, Maine Tel. 733-2839 ii Hours:8AM-5PM Mon.-Sat. l v TEL. 733-4740