STRATTON — The Dead River Area Historical Society’s pictorial 2016 calendars are now available. The cover features Stratton High School class of 1966 — 50 Years Ago, with Sandra Fotter Scribner, Ina Harris Asselin, Edwin Hewett, Donald Hicks, Marcel Nadeau and their teacher Jim Horn, who told them to look serious, according to a news release from the society.

Inside pages:

• January Circa 1900 The Blanchard Hotel on Main Street Stratton;

• February — Team of horses and sleds crossing the South Branch of the Dead River;

• March — Wayne Fletcher at Kibby Kamps, circa 1950s;

• April — Pat Taylor farm, near Stratton village;

• May — Sylvester’s Inn, Eustis;

• June — Tom Jones and Steve Jones, Frank Caldwell, circa 1050’s at Ernest Caldwell Sr. farm, Eustis;

• July — Enamel Shop fire, Stratton village, July 25, 1925

• August — Kern’s Inn & Motel, Eustis village;

• September — Maurice Sedgley and his wife Mertice attending a rally in his homemade automobile;

• October — Stratton High School basketball team late 1960s: front, from left, are Philip Targett, Terry Savage, Floyd Nile, Morris Henderson and Yeves Poulin, and back, from left, are Manager Mike Targett, Ken Wind, Caleb Stevens, Larry Jones, Robin Henderson and Coach Ron Pratt;

• November —– Harry Stevens with big buck hanging up, November 1926, 1945; and

• December — Flagstaff CCC Camps, Flagstaff Plantation.

The back page of the calendar features a paragraph about each photograph which adds to the value of the calendars, according to the release.

Calendars are for sale at Pine’s Market and Fotter’s Market. Calendars also can be purchased by mail for $6 plus $2 for postage for each calendar. Send request with payment to Dead River Area Historical Society, P.O. Box 15, Stratton, ME 04982.

There also are many pictorial calendars left from previous years for sale at $2.50 each.

People also can order a cook book ($6 each or two for $10) from the same address.

For more information, call Mary Henderson at 246-2271.

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