Lewiston Evening Journal for Feb. 21, 1923

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100 Years Ago: 1923

Miss Bunny Evans, an employee of the Ault-Williamson Company, Auburn, was elected queen of the Auburn carnival in the contest: which ended at noon Wednesday, The carnival opens Thursday for three days.

Miss Evans sprang into the lead only a few days ago and when the count was completed, she had 9955 votes, Miss Belle Hartford of Cushman-Hollis Co,, finished second with 9595 Votes, Third was Miss Doris Cluff, a Webster Grammar School:girt, who had 1230 votes.

The three winners will receive handsome awards.

50 Years Ago: 1973


Calvary United Methodist Church in the Triangle will hold a Family Night supper and program at 6:30 Thursday evening, Feb 22.

Each family attending is being asked to bring a casserole or salad large enough for their family group. Those who are unable to do so are asked to call Mrs. Irving Grant or Mrs. Edward L. Fenderson so they can plan accordingly. Dessert and coffee will be provided.

The program will be provided by Mrs. Herbert Ireland. who will show slides of her recent trip to Switzerland, and other members of the church are bringing amusing or interesting slides they would like to show. There also will be a sing-a-long.

25 Years Ago: 1998

Androscoggin Valley and  Square and Compass Club will meet Thursday at the American Legion Post, Washington Street. Members and guests are invited.

An evening of favorite quartet music will be presented by the Monmouth Masonic Quartet after a spaghetti and meatball supper at 6:30 pm. The dinner is under the direction of Howard Johnson of Greene.

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