100 Years Ago: 1921

The first fall meeting of the Business and Professional Women’s Club will be held at the YWCA rooms this evening at 7 o’clock. Reports from the club room committee and from the program committee will be heard. A full attendance is desired.

50 Years Ago: 1971

A financial report on this year’s Little World’s Fair was presented to members of the East Auburn Community Unit. Inc. Sunday night at their regular monthly meeting at the Community Building. Treasurer Bryant B. Tribou. Sr., said the annual event produced a profit of slightly more than $2,000. A cookout for members and their families will be held next Sunday at the residence of Roland Saucier on Blanchard Road, Saturday night. Oct. 16 was set as the date for the  annual club banquet, Named to the planning committee were Arthur Records, Arnold Burgess, Henry Davenport and Freeman Meisner and other members to assist.

25 Years Ago: 1996

Robert Miller, a Judaic artist, is exhibiting his wood sculptures, titled “The Roots of the Holocaust,” and pen and ink Hebrew Letter drawings at Temple Shalom Synagogue-Center from Sept. 14 to 28. Miller, a resident of Turner, is a graduate of Vesper George School of Art, Boston, Mass., and received his bachelor of fine arts degree at the University of Maine. He taught art for 18 years at SAD 62 in Turner in grades kindergarten-12. He has also done workshops with adults and children. The exhibit will consist of seven wood sculptures of applewood and weathered wood and two pen and ink drawings. The three Miller children and his wife, Joy, have contributed to the exhibit with their written thoughts on the various art pieces.

The material used in Looking Back is produced exactly as it originally appeared although misspellings and errors may be corrected.


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