Lewiston Evening Journal for Nov. 19, 1947

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100 Years Ago: 1922

The Minnehaha Girl Reserves met at the clubroom Wednesday for their postponed marshmallow roast. After an hour of recreation, the marshmallows were toasted over the glowing coals in the fireplace, and the party was pronounced a huge success.

50 Years Ago: 1972

Auburn: Schools Supt. Patrick Donahue was the speaker Tuesday night as about 200 attended a banquet at Fairview School honoring all of the Auburn eight graders tackle football team. All the members of the team received letters as did the cheerleaders and the latter also were presented bracelets and a photograph of the cheerleaders. An award also was made to June  Rowbotham who wrote a song  for the team. The players presented a pen and pencil set to head coach John Morin and key chains were presented to the assistant coaches, Dave Morin, Donald Hamel and Walter Levesque. Mrs. Morin, who was in charge of the cheerleaders, was presented a bracelet by the cheerleaders. She made a cake for the team in the design of a football field. Movies of the ELHS-Thornton football game were shown and a buffet lunch was served.

25 Years Ago: 1997

Toni Darling and Giselle Gagnon are looking over 50 dolls they have been making for the St. Phillips Catholic Church Christmas by the Lake Fair from 9 am to 5 pm Saturday, Nov. 22, at the church. There will also be arts and crafts, baked goods, jewelry, knits, quilts, attic treasures, canned items and a travel contest drawing.

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