100 years ago, 1916
(Advertisement) Dr. True’s Elixir Co., of Auburn, Maine, have shipped 29,232 bottles of Elixir more than last year up to the same time. It is very evident that before the year is up, the number of bottles sold will number 5,000 more than last year. Today, 3.324 bottles were shipped to one local New England House.

50 years ago, 1966
(Photo Caption) Several eighth grade students from Bethel along with their teacher, Lionel L’Heureux, and chaperones toured this week the Hillcrest Poultry Company processing plant in Lewiston where they viewed the various operations, from the receiving department to the shipping department. During that day some 55,000 broilers were processed on the production line. Norman S. Parks, plant manager, is shown here describing the eviscerating line to the group.

25 years ago, 1991
Twenty-five years ago, Lewiston could boast of two “highly respected” boys’ choirs. Twenty-five years from now, it could have a music-centered day school program showcasing a choral group as impressive as the American Boychoir. That is the dream of Brian Franck, local organist and music teacher at St. Peter’s and Holy Cross schools. “My vision is to create a choir school where we have a program not unlike the American Boychoir’s, but not necessarily residential,” Franck said Friday. “I don’t see any reason why this type of program would not be possible on a regional basis.” The American Boychoir School, located in Princeton, N.J., is the only non-sectarian boarding and day choir school in the Western Hemisphere.

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