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100 years ago — November 1921

Word has been received from Mr. J.W. Cuineen, Superintendent of the Central New England Railway, that in the future the Salisury Station will be opened and heated on Sunday for the accommodation of patrons of Sunday trains.

 

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100 years ago — October 1921

The interior of St. John’s rectory is to undergo repairs and redecorating, previous to the occupancy of the new rector Rev. Mr. Glaser of Brooklyn.

 

SALISBURY — The large barn in the rear of Mr. and Mrs. D.J. Warner’s new home has been dismantled and removed.

 

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100 years ago — September 1921

ORE HILL — Joseph O’Loughlin was home from Torrington on Sunday.

 

LAKEVILLE — George Roebuck is suffering with an abscess in his right ear and is taking treatment at Sharon Hospital.

 

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100 years ago — September 1921

SALISBURY — Mrs. Asal Edleman had the misfortune to fracture a bone in her right foot on Saturday and was taken to the Sharon Hospital by Dr. Peterson on Monday and an X-ray taken. She has the sympathy of her friends.

 

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