Lewiston Evening Journal for Dec. 27, 1922

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100 Years Ago: 1922

The Rev, Dr. George F. Finnie, pastor of the United Baptist church of Lewiston was made the unanimous choice of the Lewiston-Auburn Kiwanians for president of the club for the coming year, at the annual election Wednesday noon at the Auburn Y. M.C. A. Other officers receiving the majority of ballots were Vice-President, John G. McGregor, Treasurer, Ernest Strauss, and District Trustee, John S. Seavey. Directors, F. L. Bartlett, P.C. Bibber, V. S. Darling, L S, Durgin, F. E. Wagg. G. C. Webber and P. E. Weymouth.

50 Years Ago: 1972

A large crowd of people form a line outside Truman Library in Independence, Mo., Wednesday, waiting for a turn to pay their last respects at the casket of Harry S. Truman, lying in state, inside the library. Truman casket will lie in state throughout the night, until the burial ceremonies behind the library on Thursday.

25 Years Ago: 1997

“Creating Solutions: Conflict Management for Parents,” will be the topic of a six-week course offered by the YWCA of Lewiston-Auburn from 7 to 8 pm starting Jan. 6. The course will give parents an opportunity to learn communication skills and problem-solving techniques, to understand familial conflict styles and to practice effective strategies for setting limits and expressing anger. June Zellers, the YWCA’s family media and course instructor said, “We have found this format, one-hour segments during swim meet times, gives busy parents an opportunity to learn some new skills and meet other parents struggling with the same issues.”

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