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Page 8 THE QUODDY TIDES' Eastport, Maine 25 December, 1970 25 E ....-- EASTPORT NEWS (Continued from page 6) Mr. and Mrs. John Sabattus, daughter Lisa and grandson, Craig Pelkey of Presque Isle, were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Matthews. Gene Matthews, a student at St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, N.S., is spending the Christmas holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I-loUis Matthews and brother, Mike. Gene Robinson and Charlie Fogg have returned home recently from Newfound- land on business for the Argenta. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Quinn are visiting with her niece and family in Gorham. Glenn McConnell and Jimmy Craig are home from Newfoundland for the holidays where they are employed for the Eastern Marine. Mr. and Mrs. Allison Loring left Wed- nesday for Sugar Loaf Mountain, where they will spend the winter months at their lodge. Ann French, a student at Colorado State University, and Robert French, who attends Dartmouth College in Hanover, N.H., are spending the Christmas holidays at home with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. Rowland French. Mrs. Ford Matthews underwent a sur- gical operation at the Maine Medical Center in Portland on, Friday of last week. On leaving the hospital, she will recuperate at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Donald Stevens and family, before returning home. Rebecca Bates of Allston, Mass., Julie Bates of Colby Junior College of New London, N.H., and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Puleo with their daughter, Sarah, of Lon- donderry, N.H., will spend the Christmas holiday with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. James C. Bates on Redoubt Hill. Mrs. Mercedes Mennie is spending Christmas with her sister and brother-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Smith, in Saint John, N.B. S/Sgt. Charles F. Robinson, U.S. Recruit- ing Officer of Worcester, Mass., spent a few days visiting last week with his mother, Mrs. Helen Robinson. Tessa Chaffey, a student at Presque Isle Academy, is spending Christmas at home with her parents, Rev. and Mrs. Roland Chaffey. ******* A new heating equipment system has been installed at the Farris Furniture Store. Those among friends and relatives from out-of-town attending the funeral services of the late Mrs. Eunice Beale recently were: Mr. and Mrs. John Beale of Auburn, who had been here during her last illness: Stephen Thomas and Michael Beale, grand- sons; Mr. and Mrs. Willard Waterhouse. East Millinocket; Mr. and Mrs. Galen Cole of Bangor; Frank Fenderson of Calais: Mr. and Mrs. James Morrison of Freeport; Morton Berman of Bangor, and Mr. and Mrs. John Murray of Orono. Thomas Bouchard is spending Christmas with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bou- chard, after which he will return to the Veterans' Hospital at Togus, where he has been undergoing treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Lank Jr., and chil- dren, Sheila and Frankie of Bangor, have spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. Mae Collins. Mrs. Collins will spend Christ- mas with them in Bangor. Mr. and Mrs. Herald Beckett, who have spent a month in Florida recently, have returned home Mrs. Ralph Farris Jr., in West Roxbury, . Mass. Eastport employees of C. F. their families and friends who attended the Hathaway Christmas party held at th St. Croix Country Club in Calais Friday night were Mr. and Mrs. James Lowe, Mr and Mrs. Sabattus Neptune, Marilyn Johnson, Becky Talbot, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Boone, Judy andVina Ramsdell and friends. Each member took a gift for either boy or girl to be given to the Calais Fire Department for distribution to needy children. Mrs. Evelyn Brewster will have as guests for Christmas at her home on Brewster Road, her mother, Mrs. Carrie Lyons of Dennysville, and her sister, Mrs. Laura Clark with her daughter, Avis. Connie Huntley left Saturday for Rouse's Point, N.Y., where she will spend Christmas with her mother and the family. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pratt were in town recently to close their home here for the winter. Mr. Pratt, former manager of the local J. J. Newberry store, is now manager of J. J. Newberry in Saugerties, N.Y., in the Catskills. Roy Rumery, who has been working in Newfoundland for the Paispearl Corpora- tion, has arrived home to spend the Christmas holidays with Mrs. Rumery and the family. He expects to return to New- foundland after the Christmas season. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ross and family were in Bangor yesterday to meet their son S. A. Rodney Patton, who has been attending Engineman School at the toast Guard Reserve Training Center at York- town, Va. After the conclusion of his two weeks' leave at home, he will return to his base at Yorktown, Va. Glen McConnell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Neil McConnell, is spending the Christmas holidays with them. He has been working in Newfoundland for the Mearl Corporation since September and will return there after the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Sears (nee Wanneta Grimm) were recent visitors of her mother, Mrs. June Kinney. Jo Ann Ray and David Ray, who attend the University of Maine at Orono, are spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ray. i IF YOU HAVE SOMETHING TO SELL, or there 4_ is something you jLn would like to buy, use the da.ifieds. Call 853-4806 CASSIDY'S SHOE STORE The Quality Shoe Store In the Area Airstep - Bostonian Miss America & Viner MAIN ST. CALAIS "AROUND THE WORLD A T CHRIST- MAS'; a play by the fourth grade of Mrs. Cares at the Eastport Primary School, which evolved around their social studies lessons. (Quoddy Tides Photo) KINDERGAR TEN CLASS at the Eastport Primary School and their "play house". ( Quoddy Tides Photo) Train Homemakers to Help Families in Washington County The Human Relations Service of the Diocese of Portland in collaboration with the Maine State Department of Health and Welfare, has announced the opening of the Washington County Homemaker Ser- vices' Office in Calais. The Homemaker, employed and trained by this agency, is sent into a home, upon the request of the family, to help out in a number of situa- tions - a mother's sudden absence due to hospitalization or her convalescence at home, or the father having to stay home from work to care for the small children. The services of a Trained Homemaker could help avoid placement of the children out of the home at such an emotionally critical time, and enable the father to con- tinue working. An elderly person or cou- ple, with the daily help of a Trained Home- maker for a few hours, might be able to remain in their own home and avoid being placed in a nursing home or institution. A young mother, whose deprived back- ground has not prepared her adequately for the responsibilities of child care or home care, can benefit from the teaching skills of the Trained Homemaker. For example, the Homemaker can teach a young mother how to prepare attractive and nutritious meals from food obtained through Donated Commodities. The Washington County Homemaker Services, located at 22"Calais Avenue, Calais, will begin its two week training program in early January. There will be -':" seminars, lectures, and films on a variety of subjects pertinent to the responsibilities of the Homemaker. These subjects will include Food Nutrition and Meals; the Child in the Family; the I11, Disabled and Aging Adult; Mental Health and Mental Illness; Personal Care arid Rehabilitation Services; Home Accident Prevention; Family Spending and Budgeting; and Care and Maintenance of the Home and Person- al Belongings. Following the Pre-Service Training Program there will be an In-Service Train- ing Program whereby training will continue on a monthly basis. Along with this group training approach, each Trained Home- maker will receive individualized super- vision on each of their assignments. This program will be under the direction of Sister Marie Troy S.N.D., an area super- visor of the Maine State Department of Health and Welfare. Sister Troy earned her Master of Science Degree in Home Economics at Simmons College in Boston. Her undergraduate work was done at Em- manual College in Boston, where she earn- ed her Bachelor of Arts Degree in English Literature. She will be supervising the work of ten full-time or an equivalent number of part-time Home-makers who will be placed in homes throughout Washington County. The Washington County Homemaker Services will provide Trained Homemakers to the area at the completion of the training program the latter part of January, 1971. The Program Director of the Diocesart Homemaker Services is Thomas J. Hagerty ACWS. This agency will be the fourth direct service agency of the diocese to be- come involved in Homemakers. Holy Innocent Child Home Care Services in Portland began its homemaker operations in February, 1968. The District V Office of the Human Relations Services in Cari- bou began its Homemaker Program in March, 1970, as did the Human Relations Services Office in Biddeford. Since Feb- mary, 1968 to the end of November, 1970, the Diocesan Homemaker Program has provided services to over 842 families involving more than 1,845 children. (gredings  To Our Friends J and Customers R&M IGA Washington Street Eastport, Maine Muriel Dixon of St. George, N.B., is spending Christmas here with her aunt, Mrs. Ethel Chaffey, on Capen Avenue. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Canney of Ports- mouth, N.H., with their children, Lisa, Sara and Thomas, Mr. and Mrs. Millard Harrison, son William, and daughter, Jill, of White River Junction, Vt., will spend the Christmas holidays with their parents, Dr. and Mrs. William Sleight. Mr. and Mrs. John Bromley, who have spent the summer at Boyden's Lake, were recently visitors in town. The Bromley's are at present building a home in Ellsworth. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Boone of Meriden, Conn., their daughter, Mrs. Nancy Valen- ski, and their granddaughter, Vicki-Lynn, have spent a week in Eastport visiting with her mother, Mrs. Bertha Forsyth and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Farris are visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and 00easmt's (00reetirt00s / FROM GUILFORD INDUSTRIES QUODDY VILLAGE, EASTPOFIT, MAINE Happg New ear I. A. FERRIS 00urniiure Boynton St. - Eastport, Maine J A] was i List wee[ L John Seni Dec. to gi, Dum recei ious a Ch gifts anyc lym M son, guesl Mr. TI the 1 Chri: sold ized few l purc Gran M Conr Mr. after W4 with Capt Geor Pa lotte 15. Mah atter amol part the f CI Sant array scem appr, atior MI town Aftel ter a bers, on tt hom happ In facto SO m wor R, time turk gift bod) U] the 5 Mett gram M Calai 14th wish repo M well