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Turning Back The Pages

100 years ago — September 1921

Miss Marian Burdick is teaching in the Undermountain district at South Canaan.

 

The week end auto travel was the heaviest thus far this season, the roads leading into the Berkshires resembled a procession those days.

 

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100 years ago — 1921

SALISBURY — E.R. Smith and family and William Bannahan motored to New Haven on Tuesday to attend the auction of used autos.

— J. Kimmerle is building a cellar under the recent addition to his store building.

— Grandma Ashman is visiting at Mrs. Clifford Bloomer’s in Taconic.

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100 years ago — August 1921

Salisbury was honored on Thursday last by a visit from James Hartness, Governor of Vermont, who, with his wife and a member of his staff called upon old time friends at Sunny Slopes. Governor Hartness was much pleased with Salisbury.

 

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100 years ago — August 1921

SALISBURY — Lester Hoysradt recently took a load of young ladies accompanied by the Rev. and Mrs. C.S. McClellan and Charles Coons Jr. to Norfolk for the purpose of blueberrying. They had great success, filling pails and baskets and had an enjoyable time generally.

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100 years ago — August 1921

SALISBURY — Twenty two friends of Nettie Morey met at her home Saturday afternoon to celebrate her tenth birthday. After several games had been played, the birthday cake was cut. A gift of money was found in one of the pieces. Many pretty and useful presents were received.

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100 years ago — August 1921

SALISBURY — The residence of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Finnegan has been wired for electricity.

ORE HILL — The United States Tire sign here has been redecorated and the history concerning Millerton has been changed.

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100 years ago — July 1921

Several of the young folk at Twin Lakes’ summer colony climbed Prospect Mountain last Thursday night and had supper on the mountain top by moonlight at midnight.

— Mr. Bownes of Lime Rock is entertaining his uncle from Rome.

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100 years ago ­— July 1921

SALISBURY — S. Millard Sanford is enjoying a week’s vacation from his duties at A.H. Heaton and Co.’s store and with his brother Amos is enjoying a motor trip, camping out wherever night overtakes them.

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