Biddeford-Saco Journal from Biddeford, Maine on April 17, 1964 · Page 8
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Biddeford-Saco Journal from Biddeford, Maine · Page 8

Biddeford, Maine
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Friday, April 17, 1964
Page 8
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HEADING the Thursday Club for the 1964-65 season are those officers, chosen last night during the annual ehih banquet at the Biddeford First I ni- versalist Church vestry, left to right, seated, Mrs. Robert Noble Sr., president, and Mrs. John Thursday Club Elects Officers Industrial Arts Facilities Don’t Meet Standards 1962 Chevrolet Bel-Air station wagon, 6 cylinder, standard transmission, $1795. 1961 Plymouth Belvedere, 4 door, V-8, automatic transmission, radio, heater, one owner, low mileage. $1295. 1961 Volkswagen, 11,000 miles, A sharp compact, $1195. 1958 Chevrolet Biscayne, 4 door, 6 cylinder, standard transmission. A real nice family car, only $795, 264 MAIN ST. BIODEFORD, MAINE Tito Is Chosen As President Of Pharmacists 1956 Packard, 4 door, full power, must be seen to be appreciated. Only $495. Car For Car We Will Not Be Undersold Members of the York County Pharmaceutical Association last | night honored Phidelem S. Demers, Springvale, following his! retirement after over 50 years; as a registered pharmacist. j The event was held at the Wonderbar Steak House, Biddeford. with Albert F. Deshaies acting as master of ceremonies. Demers, a member of the YCPA, is a life member, former president and treasurer of; the Maine Pharmaceutical As-| sociation and a member of the; Cumberland County Pharma-j ceutical Association. He served; on the Maine State Commission of Pharmacy from 1947 to 1950 and also served two years in • the Maine Legislature. He saw 22 years’ service as a trustee of the Sanford Water District, retiring in 1965, and was on the; Sanford School Committee for; six years. At present Demers is a trustee of the Springvale [Public Library. A gift of luggage and a scrolli were presented during the af-j fair, which was also attended; by his son, Arthur, and grandson, Patrick, both registered; 'pharmacists in Springvale. During the evening new officers of the YCPA were elected; j and the slate includes Christo ;(J. Tito, Saco, president; Rich I ard Bertrand, Sanford, first vice president; Constantine Mboria, iSaco, second vice president; Arthur A. Demers, Springvale, treasurer and William A. Doran Jr., Biddeford, secretary. 1953 Chevrolet, like new. See it, drive it and you will buy it. Just $195. To Choose From 35 Months To Pay On Some Pieces As Low As $S Per Week On Others All Can Be Financed No Payments Till May 29, 1964 1961 Kaleon Custom, 4 door. I R. & II. Still has that I showroom look. 1961 Ford Country Squire, 9 I passenger wagon. R. & II., I automatic, P. S., one own- I er, very low mileage, immaculate in every way. 1961 Comet, 2 door. H. & !>., automatic. Must he seen to he appreciated. 1961 Oldsmoblle * 4 door, R. & IF, automatic, P. S., P. B., spotless. 1960 Mercury Monterey Club Convertible, It. & IF, automatic. P. S.. P. B., color I fire chief red with a new white top. 1960 Ford Lalaxie, 4 dwir hard top, R. & IF, automatic. P. S., P. B. 1959 Chevrolet tmpala Club Convertible, R. & IF, automatic, P. S., P. B. See it and yuu'll buy it. 1958 Chevrolet Biscayne, t door, R. & IF, automatic, spotless, no rust. 1958 Chevrolet lmpala, Club Convertible, R. & II., automatic, P. S.. P. B„ spotless black, with a new black top. 1957 Dodge Lancer, hard top, coupe. R. K II., auto- matlr, P. S., P. B. 1957 Buick Super Riviera, 4 door hard top. R. & IF, automatic, P. S., P. B. 1956 Buick Special Riviera Coupe, R. & IF, automatic, extra clean. 1955 Chrysler Windsor, 4 door, R. & II., automatic, P. S., very nice. Remember To Buy Trade or Sell CHIC'S Delivery Service Also Warehouse Space Available Call AT 4 6883 Mary-Martha Circle Hears Review Of Book Mrs. Ruby Prescott and Mrs J Alice llayford were co-hostesses! for the April meeting of the Mary - Martha Circle of Saco United Baptist Church Women j at Mrs. Prescott’s home on Temple Street, Saco, w here dessert was served at 1:30 p.m At the business session, eon ducted by Mrs. Florence John >on, circle leader, a report on the winter conference last month in Lewiston was given by Mrs.; Myrtle Watson. She also read a letter from Haiti telling of the destruction there from the recent disaster. An invitation was received from Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nick erson for an open house Sunday afternoon, when they will observe their 60th wedding anni- iversary. A review of the current study book was given by Mrs. Alice Woodman. Attending were Mrs. Lorena j Sanborn. Mrs, Grace Biggar,! Mrs. Martha Bennett, Mrs.: Woodman, Mrs. Watson, Mrs Maude Rowell, Mrs. Marion Drysdale, Mrs. Ruth Nickerson and the hostesses, Mrs. Hayford and Mrs. Prescott. Bottled Gaa REMNANT SALE Inlaid Linoleum And Vinyl Remnants Large Assortment Of Sizes & Patterns FORD 1959 Vs ton pick-up 2 to choose from. Heady to go. $795. Biddeford Motor Sales 131 Elm St. AT 3-3601. __________________ FORD 1962, F-700, Cab and chasis, 920 tires, 5 speed transmission, 3 speed rear axle, excellent condition, at fraction of original cost, 33,000 miles. Weirs Motor Sales, Route 1, Arundel 985-4948. G.M.c7l954, Model 470, tractor trailer. In A 1 condition. Lc- Page’s Auto Sales. 48 Elm St., Biddeford. AT 2-0590. INTERNATIONAL 1954, dump truck, 3 yard box, excellent condition, must be seen. AT 1 4785 or 253 West St., Bidde- Iford. j.MACK 1952 tractor, 5th wheel, air-brakes. Best offer. Harvey’s ! Motor Sales, 457 Elm St., Biddeford. AT 2-1964. [INTERNATIONAL 240 utility [tractor with Wagner 110 loader. Used only 42 hours. Original price $4,560, Our price $3,295. I Weirs Motor Sales. Route 1, [Arundel. 985-4948. CARS WANTED for parts and accessories. Call 284-6289 afternoons or evenings. SOMETHING LIKE A USE TAX LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — County Judge Marlow Cook thinks it would be a good »dea if persons who run afoul of the law had to pay for the proposed $4 million new county jail. Cook would like to add a minimum $1 tax on each fine levied in courts of Louisville and Jefferson County to pay for the lockup. Before his idea becomes a reality, the 1964 legislature must give its permission for such a tax. rom HIGHWAY STORE Route 1, Wells Open Every Weekday 9 to I Sunday 1 to Saturday 9 to 5 TRULL NURSING HOME Reasonable Rates 15 May Street, Biddeford Dial AT 4-4507 MAINE SCHOOL LAW EXAMINATION Applicants tor Maine School Superintendent*’ Certificate! may take School Law Examination Friday. May I. 1964 at 10 A. M. at State Office Building Augusta and Aroostook State Teachers College, Presque Isle For application and information write: Certification Section state Department of Education Augusta. Maine 01330 COPIES OF JOURNAL PHOTOS Taken By Stall Photographer Richard Danlorth May Be Purchased Through ANASTASOFF STUDIO 31 Main Street. Biddeford AT 4-8923 AND ONLY 13 Accessories, Tires, Parts USED trucks, all sizes, from Vj ton pick ups to road limit tractors. All priced ready to sell, easy teims arranged. Automotive Shoppers Haven of Maine, Alfred Rd. at Exit 4. Marne Turnpike. AT 2*1506. 418-424 Elm St., Biddeford Dial AT 4-6822 1

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