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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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100 years ago — July 1920

LIME ROCK — Mrs. Curtis is in the Winsted hospital on account of blood poison in her foot.

SALISBURY — Kennard and Milburn Suydam went to Hartford Saturday to start their trade as machinists at Pratt and Whitney’s.

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100 years ago — July 1920

SALISBURY — Miss Helen Harding is assisting at the Twin Lakes tea room.

Main Street is no place for auto speeding. Right minded motorists already know this fact and careless and selfish drivers should be forced to learn it.

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100 years — July 1920

Mr. C.F. Rogers who is building a magnificent country place near Twin Lakes is now stocking the farm which has been named “Wildwood” with pedigreed registered Jersey cattle. Supt. A.H. Pike has made several trips to Bridgeport and selected cattle from the well known herd of E.T. Bedford.

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 100 years ago ­— 1920

SALISBURY — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Parsons and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ashman and daughter Edna motored to Hartford last Sunday.


ORE HILL — Miss Victoria Laviski has the mumps.


LIME ROCK — Several from here attended the hash supper in Canaan Wednesday night.



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