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100 years ago — April 1922

LIME ROCK — Mr. Walter Boardman spent Sunday with his mother in Sheffield.

 

ORE HILL — T. Robertson Jones has commenced work on his house. John Garrity is doing the mason work.

 

LIME ROCK — Ezra Wolf has a new car.

 

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100 years ago — March 1922

SALISBURY — Miss Thompson, who has been at Mrs. N.E. Clark’s recuperating from a recent illness, is now employed as stenographer at the Bank.

 

Fenton Drum has moved from Judge Warner’s tenant house to one of the Company houses on Factory Street.

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100 years ago — March 1922

SALISBURY — Miss Grace Speed returned to Torrington last Sunday after having spent the week with Mrs. Fred Seeley.

 

TACONIC — Mr. Kelsey who gives dancing lessons gave his pupils a masquerade dance last Saturday.

 

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100 years ago — March 1922

It is reported that Mr. W.H. Kenyon of New York has purchased the Banner place at Sharon.

 

The frost appears to be coming out in many places and as a result some highways are in bad condition and difficult for auto travel.

 

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100 years ago — February 1922

John F. Green, who is employed on the New Haven road slipped from a passenger train while making up in the Winsted yards last Friday morning. He was rendered unconscious being severely bruised about the head and sustained a wrenched knee.

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