Marla H. Davis will speak on October 2oth on the historic flu epidemic of World War I. The month with the most cases in Bath was exactly 100 years ago this month. The presentation will focus on the history surrounding the epidemic and its effects on the nation, the state, and the City of Bath. Davis will also consider how this disease began and what local steps were taken to combat it. Marla H. Davis, a Bath native and a retired Registered Nurse and public-health advocate, has long taken an interest in local history. The talk, held in the Community Room, will be free and open to the public. Doors open at 10 AM. For more information, 443-5141, extension 18.