Turning Back the Pages - December 22
75 years ago — December 1936
SALISBURY — Mrs. Herbert Peterson has recovered from an illness with throat trouble.
Reflections of the Season (editorial): Nobody having shot at Santa Claus, he will now soon make his rounds among the children, after having attended to the adults throughout the year.
SALISBURY — Fred Heath has gone to Hartford where he has entered the employ of the Pratt & Whitney Co. His family is in Somers for the present. Willard Smail is moving into the J.E. Erickson cottage on Riga recently vacated by Fred Heath.
LIME ROCK — Mr. McIntyre is driving a new car.
SALISBURY — The Barnett Co. have moved the former upholstery building and added it to the rear of their store building. This will furnish much needed office room and will enable the company to utilize the former office space as part of their main store. Incidentally the interior of the store presents a very Christmasy appearance in its tasteful decorations, and with a tremendously enlarged stock shoppers should find gift selections very easy.