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100 years ago — May 1921

SALISBURY — A pleasant party was enjoyed last Thursday by Master Paul Parsons and six of his young friends. Everyone had a fine time.

 

ORE HILL — Miss Mary O’Loughlin is assisting Mrs. Shaw at the Interlaken Inn which opens this week for the season.

 

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100 years ago — May 1921

SALISBURY — H.R. Brinton is suffering from a sprained wrist received by falling from a ladder while removing wall paper last Saturday.

— Arthur Coons has sold his motorcycle and is driving a new Chevrolet car.

LIME ROCK — Mr. Comstock, the grocery drummer, was in town Monday.

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100 years ago ­— April 1921

SALISBURY — Messrs. David Jones and Anson Williams, two of our most famous fishermen, are all tired out from carrying home the large and numerous trout which they secured on a recent fishing trip. If you don’t believe it, ask them!

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100 years ago — April 1921

There was quite a fall of snow on Monday which melted as quickly as it fell.

Notice — Bicycle riding, roller skating and coasting on the sidewalks in the town of Salisbury are prohibited. Per Order Selectmen.

LIME ROCK — Martin Merriman has moved from Torrington here.

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100 years ago — April 1921

SALISBURY — H.R. Brinton has delivered a Studebaker limousine to Secretary of State D.J. Warner and a Cletrac tractor to E.A. Lucier of Norfolk.

ORE HILL — John Rowe and family have moved from Great Barrington, Mass., and are occupying one of the Salisbury Iron Corporation houses.

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100 years ago — 1921

Richmond W. Landon the Olympic high jump champion, and Miss Alice H. Lord, crack swimmer of the Women’s Swimming Association of New York are engaged. They met for the first time on board the steamship Princess Matoika last July as members of America’s Olympic band of athletes bound for Antwerp.

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100 years ago — March 1921

SALISBURY — Paul Cleaveland has gone to Brookfield to assume his duties on a large farm there. The family will go to Brookfield later on.

LAKEVILLE — William Stanton will open a lunch room in the Bates place early in April.

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