Lewiston Evening Journal for April 15, 1948

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100 Years Ago: 1923

You simply can’t tell this sort of a spring whether the women are wearing their winter or their summer furs.

50 Years Ago: 1973

(From a Journal photo) FLORAL EASTER – That’s the type of Easter these Boy Scouts from Troop 116’s Wolf Patrol hope to bring to residents of the Good Shepherd Nursing Home. The floral decorations will be presented to the nursing home in time for the coming religious holiday. Pictured making the decorations are, left to right, Gary Dubuc, Paul Fouquette, Michael Brochu who is the patrol leader, Pat Fournier. Raymond Brown, and Rickie St. Hilaire. Also involved in the project, but not shown in the photo are Jimmy Lavallee, and Scoutmaster Al Laliberte.

25 Years Ago: 1998

(from a Sun Journal photo) Members of the First Universalist Church, 169 Pleasant St., Auburn, are following a tradition by inviting friends to attend the 10 a.m. Sunday service at the church. “People are surprised when they find out what Unitarian Universalism is,” says minister Johanna Nichols. Sunday’s sermon will be delivered by worship associate Jane Costlow. Her topic will be “Arbor Day: Grieving for the Trees.” From left are Costlow, Nichols and worship associate Sara Charpentier.

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