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at Rockland Drive of driv- the members the be wil o: store o stori q Mrs Boothbay Harbor Big Town Meeting Vote Expected Mojiday On School District Bill Boothbay Harbor, Sept. IS.--A heavy turnout of voters is anticipated anticipated at the special town meeting meeting in the Opera House Monday dockland when citizens will consider the proposed school district measure providing for construction of a consolidated school, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey i Lydick of Omaha. Nebraska, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jennings of Stone- harfl. Mass., were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. Asa Tupper, j r . and family. They were also guests of Mr. and Mrsi Wallace Greenleaf, Greenleaf, t Joseph Muise [who has been a patient In the Marine Hospital, Portland, has returned to his position as lighthouse keeper on Burnt Island. ] Miss Barbara Giles of ; East Boothbay has been a guest of Miss AdeleaMuise for the past few days. Mrs. Wan en Payson and son Franklin, mutored to Togus recently recently to visi; Mr. Payson. Franklin Franklin will leav« Monday for Orono, where he wial enter the University University of Maine as a" senior. Miss Gloria Tupper will leave Leave Monday for Orono, wheri she will enter her sophomore year at the University of Maine. She is a member of Delta Zeta sorority house Betty Barlow and Chester Reid will enter as freshmen. Betty Gray, sophomore and Preston Welsh, Alton Sewell as juniors. Mr and Mrs. Norwood and family of Ram Island have moved Into the Lewis house on Fullcrton Street. Mrs. Paul Whitehead and son. have returned to Virginia after passing thq Summer at the home of her mother, Mrs, Famjie Perkins. Perkins. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Page are announcing the birth of a daughter. daughter. Leann Joyce, in St. Andrews Hospital. ' i Mr and Mrs. William Colby have returned to their home on Fullerton Street, after passing the Summer at their cottage on Davis Island. Mrs. Fannie Perkins who has been a patient in St. Andrews Hospital, has returned t« her home on West Street. Rotary Club members and their wives enjoyed a sail on the Balmy Days to Pemaquid. where they had a lobster dinner Twenty-two attended. Mrs. Albert Howard ' Muriel Greenleaf). was given a surprise stork shower , at Sprucepoint Chapel by her Iriends. Author Addresses Educational Club Rockland, Sept. 15.--John Richardson, Richardson, noted steamboat authority, spoke on Aladdin and His Lamp, centering aiound Chesapeake Bay steamboating when the Educational Educational Club met Wednesday with Emma Brads tree t Miss Hazel Nutt used pictures a illustrate an evening talk Hyde Home for Crippled Children at Bath. Refreshments were Mission Circle of the First Baptist Church met in the church ors Wednesday afternoon. A was packed to send to Africa sewing done for the mission. Present were Mrs. Carrie Mitchell, president. Mrs. P. M. Klttredge, «rs. William F. Braun, Mrs. S. Johnson. Mrs. H. W., Frohock, Mrs. J. Charles MacDonaid, SelHe A. Magune, Mrs. Frances Sherer and Miss Charlotte Cooke and Mrs. Blanche Sylvester. The 38'ers met Tuesday night with Mrs. Dorothea Gross in Camden. Present were Mrs. Virginia Thomas of Camden, Mrs. Stackpole of Thomaston, Mrs. Alice Robinson, Mrs. Anne Mrs. Louise Kinney, Mrs. Marion Johnson and Mrs. Virginia Kunesh of Rockland. Mrs. Susan Bowley entertained the We-Ate Club Wednesday evening at her home on'Talbot nue. Prizes were'awarded to Mrfe. Phyllis Leach and Mrs. Viva och, with consolation going tc Mrs. Clara Cwtis and /raveling prize to Mrs. Frances rarrand. Dther guests were Mrs. Audrey Tcel. Mrs.' Evangeline Sylvester and Mrs. Dorothy Baxter. Refreshments were served. The Rainbow Masonic Temple Girls met in Wednesday evening evening · for an election of officers. Installation will be Sept. 27 Masonic and Eastern Star members members are invited to attend. Clara Watts is the Mother Adviser. Adviser. William S. Linnell, Portland, Rotary District Governor, will make official visit to the Rockland Rockland Club in the Hotel Thorndike Friday noon. There Will be a assembly Friday evening at the home of president George B. Mr. and Mrs ( Edwin L. Brown have returned f 1*001 Boothbay Harbor where Mr. Brown has been teaching private classes in outdoor

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  1. Portland Press Herald,
  2. 16 Sep 1949, Fri,
  3. Page 40

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