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T" f ' t I r 1 i t d 1 m e 1 I THE BANGOR DAILY NEWS BANGOR MAINE TUESDAY JANUARY 1 1935 otiiuje a gm guiae act Mrs Antoinette TorreF of Bangor and -MIks Ruth Milan of Brwr Iand Ior four months were among the Maine people who took a sojourn to the MerfHr7I in August The above picture was taken M tSey o rSd h R R Iicalibur an American Export Liner y ooaraed the s 8 Mn Parthenla Cameron of Bangor a nonogenarlan who was one of 2Lmffi“dlet0 fly Klth Amelia Earhart at the Bangor airport Mrs! VraeTot S'”°”0e°‘rln “ Uke “ rti' “ 1 Tb °fAu8:USt Xs ft banner month for the airminded In Bangor Amelia Earhart was honored ioUpaftr ThTaaniv? lhe TEnor Alrport- The hoTL “is SS u?y alved at the alrP°rt- in the group Nellie Penley society editor of THE NEWS Baldwm d(riVhti nPhu dlrcct0 01 the Maifle Central Railroad Miss Earhart and Herbert L Balaam (right) publicity manager for the Boston & Maine S? J vfc ? &( tr f X’XX’ X rv- h i r- aj&fr 1 -51 I £ 4 N j & s- v 'X s 'V v I 4' A p jf " 1 4 Jv54 y -' A ' -5” -' V " - 5 X'-' y ' ' 's 1 i$yr' A '£ ' 1 1 v ' "‘if 'VsV''? x J5 Jj ? f t £n& 'A'J ? w2S”COoLX-rDay! f“tur“ ‘fc th Bftng0r Fair thi8 ye4r‘ Thew PlctUre taken ' s : DR y H LATHROP Elected to faculty of University of Maine tZU''7nsK K ' fi p Jy v : rt '-' v a 'w --4 -v - 'N r i5C 4vSVl I cA fp — aif— GEOROE B FREELAND Prominent member of Masonic orders and well known Bangor man who observed 75th birthday in August 4- ‘’iap - ? 'a Amelia Earhart photographed In Bangor T" o o k ’ V" ' At 1 '1 'tW ' ' s 5 's '' e-1 ''it V f : J -: 2 ': X ' f - '-T- :- v x ' f i - '"o : At ' ' -'W ' -X upMj" r' XT s T Vju A?"' 'j 'j- jxrv ' 4 Jj- ' 'v $ - - :Tjsrrr?wsxx i u Z“V 1! X fjt I X 'XX -' re6 eatiyiws v f 4 V v 0 '‘ W K A rr-r 7 : n I r v !A- m: ” A v A ' V': ''V X "f S s f v & i- ? -v A y v v ' ft - f' "I 1 A - ': S'A 'y'' " - - J 1 11 "1 ' X'4f V s:: xxjXax: a-ie v ’ Xs ' - if' V J r- j ' X4: iX: v W' “s ‘ ' Sr !Axrxff V ‘ 4 - x Av- - I - r y V " : ' 'L n X x " '7X X t -'V X i i- s ‘r 1 v )) t MRS WILLIAM HIOHT Chairman of the reception day committee and program for the welcoming of Amelia Earhart to Bangor areas 8taU x These pictures were taken when the first consignment of cattle arrived from the drought-stricken of the west at Orrington At the left are shown the early arrivals having their first taste of a State of Maine meal Hay was spread and waiting for them at the government corraL On the right the cattle are belhg driven from the train through the main runway to the corral a quarter of a mile away The picture below shows the herd's tiniest member a calf 12 hours old bom on the tram The calf is being held by Rex Gifford PATRICK E GRIFFIN Appointed chief clerk of Railway Mall unit y 'ZS ± a x T '' " ) X x rt ' ’' V i "'v A ft v J i yX ft ? f i i“ x '“- — - - i xt r ' j j- ’ X w v je 4 A f4 o H aw - §i !'X y'j f 'V 7” ' v — - ' 1 A j A” Wkw tL X' XXXr-: ViXiX y x'x VA J y - fFa V v- I W v aawwwwaa 7 'A - Lf N-r-udi js-- -W- ' sW w7v V aa jUk J it it” 4 i r f uaA X r T: ? ft 1 " — MwwgMMmaawVHrtaiirt Pr°?rVm was observed in August at the East Orrington Congregational church A banauct and pageant which depicted growth of the church congregation and town featured the program 233 tstrss sr 's“Yhx°A-— baking contest Alma Cousins Eddmgton t prS Ityle reltS M JSl JaelT rroslt- Dexter first prize rn: Bor 5 p K‘a'&SaS MISS PHYLLIS LORIMER Elected to Bangor High School faculty as an English teacher PALMER D LIDDLE £!L2r “rau

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