Turning Back The Pages 10-20
75 years ago — October 1936
Reflections of the Season (editorial): Old Jack Frost made his delayed appearance on Tuesday morning. He is no more welcome than he ever has been.
SALISBURY — Mr. Oliver Marston has been in Tarrytown, N.Y., attending a meeting at the Chevrolet assembly plant.
LIME ROCK — Mr. Berdaugh is building a house in the field across from his house.
TACONIC — Mrs. George Colby motored to Ashby, Mass., on Friday.
LIME ROCK — Miss Clara Clinton spent the day with Mrs. William Belter.
50 years ago — October 1961
SHARON — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Speier and family moved early last week into the von Kuegelgen house on Sharon Mountain, which they have rented for the winter. Mr. Speier is teaching at Webutuck Central School.
The Town of Salisbury was shocked and saddened to learn of the death of Fred E. Constantine at the Sharon Hospital last Friday following a heart attack. Mr. Constantine retired a little more than a month ago after serving as Lakeville postmaster for 18 years.
25 years ago — October 1986
State Attorney General Joseph Lieberman opened a new front in the battle against the proposed Iroquois natural gas transmission pipeline Wednesday, announcing that he has intervened with the Federal Economic Regulatory Administration to argue that the pipeline is economically unsound.
Taken from decades-old Lake-ville Journals, these items contain original spellings and phrases.