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 100 years ago — October 1920

SALISBURY— W.S. Thompson who has been farmer at the Salisbury School will terminate his connection with the school November 1st and will move his family to Lakeville occupying the Dr. Peterson place to be vacated by Dr. Tuttle.

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 100 years ago — 1920

ORE HILL — Peter Horbul has moved into the house formerly occupied by John Dennis. The one he vacated is to be used as the new slacks mill which is being built under the direction of Fletcher Downs.

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 100 years ago — Sept. 1920

Saturday was registration day and the women to the number of about 200 put in an appearance before the board and were made voters. About 44 men were made voters. For the first time in the history of the state the ladies will be able to vote for town officers in the coming town meeting.

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100 years ago ­— September 1920

SALISBURY — Miss Clara Stone goes today to Hartford to take an excellent position with the Phoenix Insurance Co.

 

LAKEVILLE — Father Donohue, Harry Judd, Edw. Stuart and Michael Larney are painting the roof of St. Joseph’s Convent.

 

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100 years ago — September 1920

The Federal Suffrage Amendment has been ratified by the necessary thirty six states. The proclamation has been issued at Washington. The women of the United States have at this minute the right to vote.

SALISBURY — Miss Sarah Everts has returned to her school duties in Seymour.

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100 years ago — 1920

From Children’s Gardening and Canning Notes column: Jesse Branche picked 48 quarts of string beans from his garden plot. These beans have been canned by his sisters and are a creditable addition to the Branche store room. 

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100 years ago — August 1920

Charles Blake Carpenter Jr.  who has been working in the General Electric Plant in Schenectady, N.Y., has returned to Salisbury.

LIME ROCK — Mrs. S. Brusie is at Canaan Camp Ground for a week.

LAKEVILLE — Dr. H.E. Bartle was home from Torrington over the week end.

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