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Biddeford Sanford Journal Tribune (Newspaper) - October 31, 1977, Biddeford, Maine M my journal Tribune monday pct. 31. 1977�?7community activities reported in East Parsonsfield by mrs. Roy Warran journal Tribune correspondent East Parsonsfield or. And mrs. Donald weeks and children Brian and Wendy of Phoenix aria., have been visiting his aunt mrs. Howard weeks. They were Enro Ute Home from Europe and were joined Here by mrs. William Mongoven Mary weeks of Chipley Fla. Or. And mrs. Ernest e. Weeks of Gorham entertained 20 family members at a dinner party last thursday evening. Or. And mrs. Joseph weeks of Sanford were visitors at the farm recently. The Don weeks family and mrs. Mary Mongoven visited relatives in new Hampshire and Vermont Over the weekend. Mrs. Howard weeks mrs. William Mongoven and mrs. Owen Ridlon were joined for lunch recently at the Hay Wagon Sanford by mrs. Joseph weeks before mrs. Mongoven returned to Florida. Marshall weeks of new York City has spent a week with his family in Kezar Falls. He was a Friday guest of his grandmother mrs. Howard weeks. Or. And mrs. Ernest weeks and daughter Amy of Gorham were recent visitors at Meadow Brook farm. The Many friends of Rev. And mrs. George h. Paul will be interested to know they were Given a party in Observance of their 50th wedding anniversary sept. 24 at the Home of their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Leroy Paul Towle farm Road Hampton . Or. And mrs. Lee Moynihan of Bridgton were visitors of mrs. Howard weeks oct. 16. Or. And mrs. Barton Allen of Springvale called on mrs. Florence weeks thursday mrs. Allen the former Ruth Doherty of East Freedom. . Mrs. Theodore Stackhouse and son. Steven and a Friend of Portland were callers at Meadow Brook farm monday. Or. And mrs. Everett Ridlon of Portland were at Meadow Brook farm to visit with the Don weeks family. Mrs. Angelia Ridlon had As recent guests her Cousin mrs. Norris woodsome and son Corliss and daughter mrs. Geneva Gregoire and the latter a son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Robert Johnson All of Sanford. Mrs. Roy c. Warren visited mrs. Angelia Ridlon and mrs. Florence weeks on Friday. Mrs. Clifton Bickford of Porter and mrs. Everett Moulton of South Parsonsfield were recent callers on their Cousin mrs. Howard weeks and mrs. Owen Ridlon. Mrs. Myrtle Hammond of Lyman and mrs. Mildred Freeman of South Windham were recent callers on mrs. Angelia Ridlon. Or. And mrs. Colin e. Weeks of Moulton Boro ., were sunday guests of parents or. And mrs. W i. Weeks and callers of the c. Willard weeks. Or. And mrs. Frank w. Lord attended the Eastern Star guest officer night of Adnah chapter in North Limington. John Fenderson entertained his sons Joey Ricky and Ronnie of Kezar Falls Over the weekend. Mrs. Florence a Watson visited her Niece and husband or. And mrs. John Temple in Branford Conn Frank and Doris v. Lord attended Pondicherry chapter guest officer night. Or. And mrs. George Mouradian spent the weekend in Brewer at the Home of their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Van Mouradian and granddaughters Lisa and Mary Ann. Mrs. Naomi t. Stitson and daughter Nancy entertained Over the weekend mrs. Waune Mckenna and Daw Diane and Jennifer of Dover . Eddie Mouradian a dinner guest veterans Day of his parents or. And mrs. George Mouradian. Or. And mrs. Colby Dudley had As sunday guests their daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. Robert Genthner and granddaughter Kelly of Saco. The two Roy c. Warren families were in Sanford sunday to watch the midget football games. Mrs. Harold a. Hammond of North Road has returned Home after spending several Days with her son and family or. And mrs. Robert l. Hammond Jonathan and Jeremy in Millis mass. Mrs. Ramona b. Day was a sunday guest of her son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Kenneth Day. Or. And mrs. Charles h. Stitson visited sunday with her Mother mrs. Florence c. Cross in the Fryeburg health care Center. Or. And mrs. Frank w. Lord were among the 95 friends who met sunday at the Home of Flora Carpenter on her 80th birthday. The party was a Complete Surprise. Or. And mrs. Leslie Smith and two children of East Bethel were callers sunday of his aunt mrs. Owen Ridlon. Ancient landmarks David w. Serette of Poland Spring was the speaker at the recent meeting of the ancient landmarks society of Parsonsfield. Attending were or. And mrs. Kenneth e. Cole Saco mrs. Barbara Doe Thurber Oxford mrs. Lowell d. Henley Norway or. And mrs. Russell h. Lowd Douglas Hill Sebago and Portland Alexander i. Mitchell East Parsonsfield or. And mrs John h. Hobbs. West Parsonsfield mrs. Edward f. Casazza Portland Nick Brown Denmark Robert Taylor steeps Falls is. Eleanor Brooks South Hiram mrs. Arthur t. Lougee James Lougee. Francis e. Whitmarsh. And mrs. Helen m Hammond North Parsonsfield. 4th birthday Lynn Ann Fenderson celebrated her 4th birthday at the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Jesse Fenderson on oct. 16. Guests were Joey Ricky and Rusty Fenderson and Jamie. Bryan and Rusty Fenderson of Kezar Falls Cathy Ann and Diane Fenderson of Silver Lake Melissa Louise St. Hillaire of Baldwin Jenny Hughes and Becky Roberts of East Parsonsfield mrs. Marjorie Gammon and daughters Jeanne and Patty of Waterboro or. And mrs. Maurice Fenderson or. And mrs. Jason Fenderson of Silver Lake James Fenderson of Kezar Falls John and Joel Fenderson of East Parsonsfield and or. And or. Harvey Thombs of Sebago. The children had Pony rides at Jenny Hughes and played games before Lynn opened her Many presents. Refreshments were served. A second birthday cake was presented to Lynn a father Jessee Fenderson whose birthday was oct. 17. Programs in full swing at Trafton senior Center Sanford Well aging clinic programs for november at the Trafton senior citizen Center Elm Street Sanford have been announced by director Thomas Milligan. Since november is diabetes month there will be a speaker telling about the disease on tuesday nov. I. Friday nov. 4, a glaucoma Eye testing program is slated by or. Robert Vigue and in. Kenneth Kornetsky at 9 Church fair set nov. 5 Sanford the fall fair at St. George episcopal Church will take place saturday nov. 5, in the Parish Hall. Tables of handcrafted and Home baked articles will be on Sale from to . To 3 30 . A Sandwich luncheon will be served throughout the Day. From 5 to 6 30 ., a baked bean supper featuring a salad bar is planned the menu includes Franks Rolls assorted pies and beverages. Tickets Are $2.50 for adults $1.25 for children 7 to 12, and to cents a year for 6 and under. Committees in charge include food and Candy Elsie Howarth Mary Lewis. Ella Curtis and Edna Jewell hand kits and gifts Alice Watson Grace Bailey and Alice Tarbox Christmas table Louise Mallinson Sally Brook and Edith Gerrish handwork and aprons Mary Acker. Hilda Randall and Lola Southard treasures Ana Iran Lanei us Leone Varney and Edna Perkins jewelry. Mary Small and Ottelia Richardson plants Gladys Walsh stuffed toys St. Mary s Guild Lawn poster Rev. Edward Greene. Fire auxiliary donates Money Sanford Peggy Guillemette hosted a recent meeting of Sanford fire department auxiliary. It was voted to Send Money to the bum Center in Portland in the names of Jim Crowley and David Heald. The mystery prize was won by the hostess. The nov. 15 meeting will be held at the Home of Diane Merrill when plans for the Christmas dinner will be discussed. All wives of firemen Are invited to attend. Secret pals will be revealed at the Christmas meeting. A special program on consumer buying has been planned tuesday nov. 15 blood sugar testing thursday nov. 17 blood pressure clinic wednesday nov. 23. The weekly programs at the Center Are in full swing for adults who Are 50 years old and Over. The whist parties Are held thursdays at i ., except for holidays and special events. Prizes Are awarded and refreshments Are served. In charge Are Agnes Therrien Eleanor Jackson Irene Wentworth and other volunteers. Thursday game night programs at 7 . Also Are in charge of Center volunteers. Prizes Are awarded. There Are occasional special events at these gatherings. Craft classes Are conducted by Freme Grant and committee on fridays at to . Physical fitness programs Are held each monday and wednesday at 9 . By Rita Leclerc and Germaine Doiron under the direction of Eva Spencer and the adult education department of the Sanford school system. The exercises Are geared for men and women at least 50 years of age. There is no charge for the class. Story hour set at legion Hall by Evam Bond journal Tribune correspondent Limerick a Limerick recreation association will sponsor a Story hour activity period two Days a week at the legion Hall if enough interest is shown for three and four year old children. Information May be obtained by calling Douglas Dubois activity director at 793-8414. Research club the research club will meet at 8 . Tuesday nov. I at the Home of mrs. Elizabeth Outhuse. For the program on quilting each member is to bring a 12-Inch Square of cloth. Luncheon meeting Limerick recreation association sponsored luncheon for senior citizens oct. 25 at the legion Hall was under the direction of Douglas Dubois athletic director. Twenty five persons attended. Toastmasters club resumes dinner meetings on nov. I Sanford a after eight months of inactivity the Sanford Springvale toastmasters club will resume operations on tuesday nov. I. A dinner meeting has been scheduled at genes bakery restaurant at 6 ., according to Thomas Milligan Secretary. Membership will remain open until there Are Between 25 and 30 members he said. Reorganization has resulted from two special meetings held by former officers Raymond Chevalier president Henry Roux educational vice president George Rich administrative vice president and David Joslyn sergeant at arms plus former members Richard Deshaies and George Adams. Area residents interested in joining Are requested to Contact Milligan so that meal reservations can be made. Membership is open to residents of Wells the Berwick the Kennebunk Alfred the Waterboro and the Lebanon in addition to Sanford Springvale. Milligan pointed out that adult men and women Are invited to become members. Blood sugar test at nov. 4 clinic Eric Bergeron and Richard Clark took part in the Sanford Springvale Jaycee women books for babes project recently when books dedicated in their names were presented to the Goodall memorial Library. Erie is the son of or. And mrs. Phikip Bergeron of Sanford and Richard is the son of or. And mrs. Richard Clark of Sanford. Sanford a a blood sugar testing program is to be conducted Friday nov. 4, from la . To i . By York county health services nurses in the monthly clinic at the York county Community colleges services learning Center 195 main St., Sanford. There also will be blood pressure testing. In addition a form will be filled out by the nurses so that the clinic participant May gain Quick admission to the doctor s office should it to necessary eight one received flu shots and had blood pressure tests at last months clinic. Sad 57 joins York county compact for special students at Camp Waban by Allison Williams journal Tribune correspondent Waterboro a by unanimous vote of the Board of directors sad 57 has formalized its membership in the York county compact located at Camp Waban. Acting superintend ant of schools Rodney Hatch noted at the Board meeting Carson completes electrician s course great lakes. Ill. Navy electricians mate third class Charles f. Carson whose wife Mary is the daughter of Nancy Mitchell of 16 Frost St Springvale me., has completed the Basic electricians mate course at the naval training Center great lakes during the self paced course at the service school command the students received instruction on electrical theory and studied the operating principles of the batteries generators motors and transformers used aboard ships and at Shore installations the course was designed to provide a thorough understanding of the operation maintenance and repair of electrical systems. Carson joined the Navy in february 1977. Mccoy graduate of Usan repair course san Antonio an official at Lackland fab tex., has announced the 5raduation of airman Gerald o. Mccoy r., from the . Air forces electronic communications and cryptographic equipment systems repairman course conducted by the air training command airman Mccoy son of or. And mrs. Gerald o. Mccoy or. Of Waterboro is now trained to operate and repair specialized communications equipment. He will serve at Norton fab Calif. Completion of the course earned the airman credits towards an associate degree in applied science through the Community College of the air Force. Mccoy is a 1976 graduate of mass Besic High school. has harrier s award it. Benning. A a inc oct. La private first class Thomas l. Andrews whose wife Patricia lives at 80 e. Stark St., Nashua ., recently received the 50 mile award for participating in the a run for your life program at it. Benning a. The program is designed to promote physical fitness awards Are presented for running from 50 through 10,000 Miles. Pfc. Andrews a parts department specialist with the 43rd Engineer battalion at it. Benning ga., entered the army in june 1976 the private received an associate degree in 1975 from new Hampshire technical Institute at Concord. His parents. Or. And mrs. Herbert c. Andrews live at Al Pond. Sanford. Chenard selected for technical training at Chanute fab san Antonio Texas a airman Robert p. Chenard son of Edmond w. Chenard of 105 Brook St., Sanford me., has been selected for technical training at Chanute fab iu., in the air Force aircraft maintenance Field. The airman recently completed Basic training at Lackland fab and studied the air Force Mission organization and customs and received special instruction in human relations. Completion of this training earned credits towards an associate in applied science degree through the Community College of the air Force. Airman Chenard was graduated from Sanford High school this year. Mat As presently organized a school system pays tuition to the compact according to the programs in which its pupils Are enrolled he District has two students attending the compact. Tuition is 90 per cent reimbursable from the state. Two other District students receiving special education attend Sweetser children s Home in Saco and the Kennedy school in Biddeford. Hatch pointed out that a District reserves slots for As Many students As it expects to have enrolled those slots must be financed by the District even if the student moves out of the area and goes to school elsewhere. Barbara Paisner special services coordinator added that the District May however sell its slots to another school District which has a student needing enrolment. Hatch revealed that the special hearing on the child attending the Kennedy school was incomplete Hatch who attended the hearing that Day in Gorham said it was scheduled to be continued after which a decision will be made As to the child s school placement. The Parent wishes the youngster to continue attending the Kennedy school but the District contends attendance should be at the York county compact which was organized As an area special education facility. Hatch stated that the decision made in this Case will have statewide implications for tuition students needing special education. The report from the salary personnel and curriculum committee stated the data from the and hoc committee studying extracurricular stipends had been reviewed by the teachers. Now it will be returned to committee with their input for the nov. 23 meeting if the changes fail to meet approval then payments will be made for this year and the revisions initiated for next year. Marie Mcguire adult education director requested that the District permit two York county Community College courses be held at the High school during the adult education Spring semester program. She explained they would be under her supervision while in the building in offering his support for holding the classes at the High school. Roy Estabrook noted that taxpayers should be Able to use the buildings and will be More supportive of the school budget if they Are familiar with the programs offered. Acc is would pay $8 per classroom used per evening the Board voted unanimously to allow the courses to be held at mass Besic High school. It was announced that the adult education Hobby classes Are to end nov. To when open House will be held at 8 30 refreshments Are to be served. Staff elections were As follows. Clifford Libby Junior varsity boys basketball Erie Stockholm freshman boys basketball Geraldine Maccorison food service assistant Eileen Kalinow Shapleigh elementary faculty fete hosted by school club by mrs. Carlton Kimball journal Tribune correspondent Waterboro teachers of Waterboro elementary school were guests of Honor at a pot Luck supper and reception at a recent Parent teacher club meeting held at mass Besic High school cafeteria. Carmine Castaldo presided and Judie Berry was chairman of the evening. Each teacher was introduced by principal Sheila Ham and Given a Corsage. Centrepieces on the tables were made by the students volunteers for the Christmas fair at the december meeting Are to be Elaine Racicot Gayle Young Barbara Quinn Paula Kasprzak and Janet Johnson. All members Are asked to take part. The next meeting has been changed to wednesday nov. 16, 7 30 . At the elementary school committee chairman for the year Are membership. Carmine Castaldo refreshments Donna Castaldo publicity tam Knight and Turkey Raffell Judie Berry. There is need of chairmen for the Sun Shine and Book fair committees. Room mothers for mrs. Meggeson Are Gayle Young morning and Marge Riley afternoon for mrs Dodge Judie Berry for mrs. Smith Celine Champagne for mrs. Cote Andre Dionne for mrs. Ham. Dianne Barth for mrs. Nuppula mrs. Beverly Newton for mrs. Vergie mrs. Elaine Racicot for or. Cove mrs Donna Castaldo for or. Knight mrs. Marilyn Cragin for or flu rant mrs. Paula Kasprzak and for miss Hughey mrs. Janie Labbe attending were or. And mrs Roger p Routh. Or. And mrs. Russell c. Clugh mrs Linda Dumont or. And mrs Rodney Champagne. Mrs Ida Cluff mrs. Lena Simoneau or. And mrs. Douglas Dezan mrs. Gayle Young. Mrs. Elaine Racicot. Also or. And mrs. David Dionne. Mrs. Sylvia Walton or. And mrs. Robert Leland mrs. Barbara Quinn. Or. And mrs James Chapman mrs. Betsy Westing or. And mrs. Aubin Huertas or and mrs George Riley mrs. Lorraine Gilman or. And mrs. Gerard Labbe or. And mrs. Carmine Castaldo mrs Charlotte Meggison mrs. Elinor Winchenbaugh mrs. Diane Langley. Also mrs. Cynthia Lewis mrs. Beverly Newton. Mrs. Sheila Clough. Mrs. Paula Cote mrs Eleanor Dickens mrs. Donna Powers mrs Dianne Barth mrs Julie Gerrish mrs Sheila Ham mrs. Norma Virgie miss Avis Hughey mrs. Alva Smith mrs. Sandra Dodge. Or and mrs. W Illiam Souter mrs. Janet Johnson mrs. Paula Kasprzak mrs. Judie Berry mrs Elaine Kimball Sid Gove Tom Knight and Roger Fleurant. New . Officers newly elected officers of the Sac Opee Valley chapter of the . Are left to right Tracy Ward historian Annette Scott reporter Darlene Chanman. Treasurer Marcia Bucknell. Secretary Darlene Metcalf vice president and Tracey Locke president. Photo by Dinny Whit Marsh i Rise position increase from 3 to 4 Days Tracy Cooley teacher associate under Ceta at Waterboro elementary school Richard Eugley mass Besic Complex custodian Lawrence Staples Alfred elementary school custodian Donnald Perron maintenance and transportation coordinator. School Volunteer nominations approved were Beverly Perry. Sherry Morrison. Janet Janus and Jackie Owen the resignation of Clifford Libby a coach for mass Besic High school Junior varsity basketball a accepted school volunteers will operate in a non instructional capacity stated Hatch. Tom Seery requested that the salary transportation and curriculum committee examine the salary of the transportation coordinator for a possible increase. It was announced that the transportation committee would meet next wednesday at 7 . At the High school the building committee is meeting the same night at 8 p in. Parents night set nov. 5 by 4-h members by Allison Williams journal Tribune correspondent Alfred a parents night will be held by the Alfred animals 4-h club during its monthly meeting Friday nov. 5, at 6 30 at Conant Chapel members will receive fair premiums and awards and a slide presentation will beheld on a styles in�?T77.�?� the slide show was created by club members this Spring fashions for teens were modelled by girls enrolled in the clothing projects including garments they have made and others which were loaned by Rich s and Butler s clothing store in Biddeford. Slides of club activities this year will also be shown the yearly dues of 50 cents is payable at this meeting plans will also be made to participate in rally Day on nov. 12 girl scout trip Twenty eight Alfred girls scouts accompanied by ten friends spent last saturday in Boston they left Alfred at 7 30 a in and after arriving in Boston first visited the Boston aquarium where the Dolphin show was especially enjoyed according to Leader Sally Jowett the girls had a picnic lunch in the nearby Park and spent the afternoon it the science museum and planetarium the space capsule was a popular exhibit and the computer on which they could play tic tac toe they also enjoyed the Boa Constrictor. Those who accompanied the girls were Barbara Hathorn Gloria Scott. Sally Jowett. Joan Sylvester. Bebe Brock. Ann bean Glynis Roberts Alice Roberts and Nettie John who also drove the bus at the meeting last wednesday the troop made Piggy Banks from plastic Bot which Are being donated to the Ped i it Ward at Goodall Hospital the girls have started work on the my Community badge. A Juliette Low birthday party will a held at the next meeting which is / organized by Barbara Magnuson Kun Allen Bethany Jowett and Jennifer Sylvester. Sally Jowett would like anyone . A it assist the group or who has Craft id. Us to Contact her at 324-3986 airman Morin with procurement unit Suffolk England technical sergeant Patrick r Morin son of Raymond j Morin of 19 Shaw St Sanford is a member of the Best purchasing unit in the i s air forces in Europe it Safe sergeant mom is a procurement supervisor at Lakenheath Rae station England with the Safe purchasing Region United kingdom in winning the award the unit was cited for its contributions to the effectiveness and Success of the Safe procurement Mission throughout the past fiscal year. The sergeant is a 19959 graduate of Sanford High school his wife. Patricia is the daughter of or and mrs Alfred j Levesque of 33a Lenox St. Sanfurd. His Mother. Mrs Cecile Laroche. Lives at 4 Moussam St., Springvale

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