Dear Sun Spots: The Poland Community School’s Class of 1981 is about to hold its reunion. We have located most of the class members, but still have a few missing. If anyone knows where these people are or can give us a lead to their whereabouts, please contact Gail (Scipione) Tarr at (207) 786-3270 or e-mail me at [email protected] We are looking for: Richard Arsenault, Annette Farrington, Alan McLean, Peter and Steve LeBlanc, Chris Wagner, Billy Lovejoy, Karen Pulsifer, John Young, Tim Withers, Donald Bixby, Brenda Walton, Joe Draper, Sandy Gagne, Perry O’Neill, Ronnie Spears, Scott Thistle, Dean and Billy White. — Gail Tarr, No Town.

Dear Sun Spots: To readers who know 1976 Stephen’s High School graduate Frank Marena Jr., he is in a nursing home and would welcome cards and letters from friends and acquaintances. He can be reached at Montello Manor, 540 Cottage North, Room 57, Lewiston, ME 04243. He would sure love hearing from friends. Thank you from his mom. — June Daigle, Peru.


Dear Sun Spots: I am an old lady who needs help with my old board game, a 1933 Winnie The Pooh. It was sold by Parker Brothers Inc. Would they still be in business? The board game is in mint condition. I would like to know what the value is? Maybe someone could help? I would greatly appreciate it. Thank you. — No Name, Lewiston.

• To No Name, No Town, requesting a cleaning brush for Certainteed windows in Friday’s column:
A reader has kindly suggested you try contacting Walter Drake Co. at 1-800-525-9291; Carol Wright Gifts at (402) 464-6116 or Home Trends at 800-810-2340 and request a catalog. The reader, who didn’t wish to leave her name or number, says any one of these catalogues should have the gadget you are seeking.

B.M., of East Andover also recommends using wet Q-Tips. She says it takes quite a number of tips and is a rather slow process, but it’s the only item she has found that fits into the tracks to get them clean.

• To Margaret R., Farmington: I read your letter to Sun Spots about the stamps you have. I collect them so if you would please give me a call at (207) 784-5686, we could make arrangements. I would appreciate hearing from you. — No Name, Auburn.

Dear Sun Spots: I read your column every time I visit my sister in law in Hebron. Whenever something I’d be interested in is in your column, she mails it to me. I enjoy it immensely. I have a question I think you may be able to help me with. I would like the address for Paul McCartney. I would like to write to him. Thanking you for what help you may give. — Hazel Higgins, Dresden.

Answer:
You might want to try contacting him at 1 Soho Square, London W1F 6BQ, England. You may also want to join his fan club through e-mail at [email protected] or the Web site at www.paulmccartney.fm. The Paul McCartney Fan Club magazine is available for a payment of 15 euros.

McCartney was born James Paul McCartney in Liverpool on June 18, 1942. He married the late Linda Eastman in 1969. He married Heather Mills in December 2002 at Castle Leslie, a 17th century building in County Monaghan, Ireland. More than 300 friends and family arrived at Belfast and Dublin airports before being taken by car and bus to the 1,000-acre hideaway in the tiny village of Glaslough. McCartney is also a grandfather and one of the world’s wealthiest musicians.

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