Lewiston Evening Journal for Jan. 28, 1986

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100 Years Ago: 1923

The Campfire Girls of the Park Street ME Church will hold a candy at their club at 7:15 Wednesday.

50 Years Ago: 1973

Auburn Mayor John R. Linnell, issued a statement Friday in which he supports planned public expressions related to the cease fire in Vietnam.

In a statement issued from his office, Mayor Linnell said, “As the longest and most frustrating war in our history now comes to an end, I heartily encourage the concept of marking the signing of the Cease Fire Agreement as a community, by ringing of church bells, wire whistle and any outward expression of relief and Thanksgiving that we as a community wish to express.”

25 Years Ago: 1998

(from a Sun Journal photo) Joyce Coyne of Auburn will exhibit watercolors at Husson College, located on the fourth floor of the Bates Mill Complex, Lewiston. Her display will run through Feb. 27.

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