100 Years Ago: 1923

The first lesson in the millinery course will begin tonight at the Blue Triangle at 7:30. Members are reminded to bring their frames, coverings and sewing materials with them. Any girl in doubt about what to get may inquire of Miss Fuller.

50 Years Ago: 1973

(Journal photo) These  members of the Senior Youth Fellowship of the United Methodist Church will be serving a Cafeteria Luncheon at Our Country Fair being held at the church Saturday, November 3. Seated left to right are Tim Jordan, Karen Hall, Sharon Hall, and Mark Blackerly. Standing Polly Nichols, Peter Blackerly, Nancy Brann, Terry Moors and Karyn Marsh. Supervising the young people are Mr. and Mrs. Quentin Hall and Mr.. and Mrs. Russell Moors.

25 Years Ago: 1998

Western Area Agency on Aging is inviting seniors to attend a presentation on “Food Safety and a Diabetic Update” by nutritionist Robin Andrews at the Rumford Community Center on Congress St. at 11am, Nov. 16. Food poisoning can be avoided through safe food handling, according to Andrew, She is a registered, licensed diabetic and a certified health educational instructor.

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