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100 years ago — 1923

The organ at St. John’s Church is being overhauled and tuned by tuners from New York.

 

Will the person who has Mrs. Loucks’ quilt frames please return them to her?

 

Fifteen inch ice is being taken from the lake.

 

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100 years ago — January 1923

Judge and Mrs. Donald T. Warner, Miss Lois Warner of Salisbury and Mr. William E. Fulton of Waterbury sailed last week on the Steamer Sytic for an extended cruise in the Mediterranean and other points in Europe.

 

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100 years ago — January 1923

SALISBURY — Miss Lila Senior was home from Canaan over Sunday.

 

Owing to the storm no session of the public school was held on Monday.

 

The large creamery at Cornwall was destroyed by fire on Tuesday night of last week.

 

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100 years ago — January 1923

 

Mr. and Mrs. James Marston of Copake spent last week end at Fred Marston’s in Salisbury.

 

Walter Loucks Jr. of Lakeville spent Sunday with his grandmother in Lime Rock.

 

Fishing through the ice is the sport of the local nimrods these days.

 

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100 years ago — December 1922

The sleighing and wheeling are both excellent.

 

Neal Wyncoop has gone to Maine to visit friends and hunt deer for a few weeks.

 

LIME ROCK — Miss Clara Barnum has a nurse caring for her.

50 years ago — December 1972

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100 years ago — December 1922

J.G. Kimmerle has entered the hospital in Pittsfield for treatment for troublesome tonsils.

 

Stanley Sherwood and Roy VanDeusen have entered the employ of the Salisbury Iron Corporation at Lime Rock.

 

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100 years ago — November 1922

Sharon is planning to build a new schoolhouse to replace the one recently burned by a firebug. The new building will probably be financed with a bond issue with a carefully planned sinking fund.

 

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