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December 14, 1979

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Page 22 THE QUODDY TIDES Lubec H.S. Class Officers and Student Council Class officers for Lubec High School are as follows: Seniors: president, Tammy Bradley; vice president, James Doherty; secretary, Penny Tyler; treasurer, Janice Moreton. Juniors: president, Susan McLean; vice president, Beth Sullivan; secretary, Kathi Cook; treasurer, Florence Hoar Sophomores: president, Joe Cox ; vice president, Kris Washburn ; secretary, Shelly Corey; treasurer, Kevin Case. Freshmen : president, Tina Wormell, vice president, Heather Bums; secretary, Laurie McFadden; treasurer, Kim Mat- thews. 8th Grade: president, Keith Matthews; vice president, Gary Stafford; secretary, Tanya Salko; treasurer, Windy MarzoII. Officers and members of the Student Council at Lubec High School are: presi- dent, Timmy Farmer; vice president, Tami Jones; secretary, Mau rein Thompson ; treasurer, Kelli Powell. Members are Terry Gardner, Brian Newman, Z.syki Toles and Terri Woodruff. NEW FLAG being presented by Comm. John Appleby of Stuart-Green Post 65, to Town Office Manager [ley Walston. (Morong Photo) m=tmmm00mmm=t00 I I I I I I - to our friends and customers | 1 nbthsidesfthcbrder" 1 I THOMPSON GROCERY I County Rd. - Lubec, Maine s lmJmJm1JmJmumsJmJmm tant at the University of Maine as a case worker until June 1979. His dutiescon- sisted in preparing background information and research for lawyers. He has been employed at the Naval Communications Base in Cutler in the summer and has done some fishing, Iob- stenng and scuba diving. He is unmarried, likes music, especially the guitar, outdoor sports and travel. He would like to promote more inter- est in the social aspect and economic life in this area. He is interested in politi and also future improvements in the town. SIGNING UP FOR OIL Two outreach workers from Machias were at the municipal building Dec. 10 and 11 to administer to local residents signing up for fuel oil under the fuel aid program. They will return on Mondays and Tuesdays for the next few weeks from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 pm. A great many people are registering for this program. GIRL SCOUTS TO SING CAROLS Girl Scout Troop 480 will be singing Christmas carols door to door along Washington, Pleasant and Main Streets In Lubec on Dec. 19 from 3:00 to 4:00 p.m. Gifts made by them will be given at each house. When they finish hot chocolate and cookies will be served to them. Also on the same date, Mrs. Margaret Brown's Brownie Troop will sing carols at the Ocean View Nursing Home. FIRES IN LUBEC The Lubec Fire Department responded to a call for a chimney fire on Nov. 19 at the home of Cecil Moores in North Lubec, and Nov. 20 for a chimney fire at the home of John Perkins in town. Monday afternoon at about 2:45 they were called to South Lubec where a small one story frame dwelling was burning. It was reported to be occupied by Cad and Joan Hatch who were not at home at the time. The inside of the structure was badly gutted. Cause is not known. About 9:30 p.m. on Saturday, Decem- ber 8th, the report of a fire in the garage at the home of Frank Woodworth at South Lubec corner came over thescanner. Fire- men who were standing by at the fire sta- tion in case of an emergency, quickly re- sponded to the scene and extinguished the blaze with little damage being done. It was reported that the exhaust pipe on the generator came off and set fire to the garage wall. LUBEC (Continued) AROUND AND ABOUT Mr. and Mrs. Philip Blood and children of Gorham spent Thanksgiving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Corey. They were accompanied home by Mr. and Mrs. Corey who visited them and also their other daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Decrow and family in North Win dham. Thanksgiving guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hampton were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Harding and children, Ethan, Andrea and Karen of Falmouth, Mass. Visitors of Mrs. Albion Rice were her two daughters, Mrs. Kenneth Littlefield of Boxford, Mass. and Mrs. Paul Niconchuk of Danvers, Mass., Mrs. Charles Tremblay of Rochester, N.H. and Mrs. Lois Bartlett of Wells, Me. Lorraine Ross, daughter of Leonard and Margarita Ross, formerly of Lubec, set new swim records for Washington Uni- versity located in St. Louis, Mo. Compet- ing against ten Mid-West colleges Washing- ton finished in third place. Lorraine paced the team by setting two school records. Posting her best the 200 free style and the 200 individual medley setting top school marks in each event, Lorraine finished 3rd, 5th and 8th twice in her four events. She is a first year student at Washington University. Mrs. Harriett (Hibbard) Sweet of Washington, D.C., formerly with the U.S. Immigration Service, plans to spend the holidays with her son and family at their home in Clearwater, Fla. Chief Boatswain's Mate Garry Moores and family of Governor's Island, N.Y. have been visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Case of Lubec and her mother, Mrs. Fred Pushee. Mary Blake of Governor's Island, N.Y. visited friends in Jonesport and her grand- parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perley Gardner of East Machias; also her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Lyons of Bangor. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Tyler of Brewer visited his sister, Mrs. Carlton Davidson and her mother, Mary Pushee. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Fletcher spent the Thanksgiving holidays with theft daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Don- ald Stickney and family in Brownville. Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Hull and two children have returned to Columbia, Md. after being called to Lubec by the death of his mother, Mrs. Mary Hull. Mr. and Mrs. Sherwood Prout and family, formerly of Lubec and Pennsyl- vania, are now residing in Newport, where he has employment. Mrs. Prout recently visited Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Corey and attended the Christmas party of the Lubec Woman's Club of which she is a member. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman McCaslin of Campobello Gift House Sandwich, Mu his mother, Mrs. Eva McCasl sister and husband, Mr. O'Brien at Bai]ey'sMistake. Mrs. Brenda Falh hu Tenant's ltarbour al cilia Mtxon8 and other frienda in David Rice of Norway, Me. mother, Mrs. Albion Rice over the Thanksgiving holiday. Veronica and James P. Jr. (J.P.), children of Mr. and MIt P. Simmonds, Sr., of South Lu ted a song and disco routine recent fashion show for the crippled children at the Eilsworth. These two Eler children often appear in Lubec and are members of the Junior the Lubec Church. Herbert Small of Port Clyde brother, Francis Small of Mechan spent a few days with Mr. and Mllt.! dote Laskey while hunting. Members of Quoddy Light O.E.S., who attended the Orion Chapter 45, Calais, followe4 I reception for Grand Organist Bayliss of Orion Chapter, were O'Brien, Eva McCaslin, W.M. Ashby, Helen Burns and Mrs. Bayliss was not only honored own Chapter, but also by the many past and present officers ofl Grand Chapter of Maine and the Chapter of New Spec. 7 and Mrs. daughter, Milinda, from Fort Fairbanks, Alaska, have been mother, Mrs. Marie Dinsmore in' *****e,e* William Hatch, son of Mr. William Hatch of Lubec, who with I ily lives in Bucksport, ed to electrical Regis Paper Co. in Bucksport. He it uate of Lubec High School and versity of Maine at Orono. Mr. and Mrs. Peter J. Hickey son, lan, of Chicago, Ill., spent with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis in North Lubec. .., Robert Cox of Clinton, Conn. s few days visiting with his father and other family members while q ing trip. He was accompanied' son-in-law, George Williams, Mass. Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Felix and Amy and Melissa, and Mr. and Mrll. ] Black of Limington, spent the with Mr. Felix's parents, Mr. and Carl Felix. Mr. and Mrs. Vaughn Green of Turner spent Thanksgiving parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cla Weekend guests of Mr. and Mtt, t Boucher were their dau bands, Mr. and Mrs. John Peryek daughters, and Mr. and Mrs. of Brewer. Campobello Island New Brunswick 17th Annual Sale Continues Until Christmas Eve WANTED with 25%?FF on English Bone China, WeLL PAY TOP PRICES Roll Too Desks - Round Oak T i Hudson s Bay Coats and Blankets. Marble Top and Oak Furniture Jewelry and Gift Ware. Rugs -- Oil Paintin - Picturo Frill Steding Silver -- Gleuwore of  | 00lt" Shop Early for Chnstmas" and Save wood or Anything Old. . ' i One Item or aHousef[ Will come at your convefl/all Call Collect or Write OPEN DALLY J.-' Take advantage of the new $25 daily i Duty Free allowance for U.S. Customers.  ,, P.O. BOX 721 ! --.:.; , ...... -__. [ h , ELLSWORTH, " TEL. 667-4033