Timothy Carrigan of Main Street, Auburn, was summoned to the Auburn Municipal Court Monday morning for habitually harboring truancy. It was learned that Mrs. Carrigan wasn’t satisfied with the schooling which her children were receiving and so kept them at home. Mr. Carrigan, however, promised the court that hereafter they should attend school.

• Advertisement: SEE HERE, I know the Mill business up and down and through the middle -BUT- I don’t know a blamed thing about running a store and I’m not going to sink any more money in learning. My entire stock, consisting of all wool, suitings, cloths for ladies’ coats, broadcloths etc., will be closed out regardless of cost, and at such a bargain as you never had before. Ash St. Remnant Store, 24 Ash Street.

50 years ago, 1959

Youngsters at the Healy Asylum at 81 Ash St., Lewiston, will be taken on skating trips today and tomorrow by the Lewiston Police Athletic League. PAL President Herve O. Gendreau said yesterday that groups will be taken to the Farwell Street rink tonight to have some skating fun and that the scene will shift to the Martel rink (East Avenue) tomorrow night; they will be supervised by PAL officials.

25 years ago, 1984

A memorial service for Helen Filene Ladd will be held in the Bates College Chapel in Lewiston at 5:30 p.m. Friday. Mrs. Ladd, daughter of one of the founders of Filene’s Department Stores, died November 4 after being struck by a vehicle as she crossed the road near her home at Wayne. She was 84.

Mrs. Ladd and her husband, George, have been generous benefactors of Bates, continuing a tradition of support begun by her father, Lincoln, for whom a room in Pettigrew Hall on campus is named.


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