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Turning Back the Pages

100 years ago — November 1922

Sharon is planning to build a new schoolhouse to replace the one recently burned by a firebug. The new building will probably be financed with a bond issue with a carefully planned sinking fund.

 

Turning Back the Pages

100 years ago — November 1922

Mr. Anson Williams has sufficiently recovered from his recent illness to be able to cast his vote on Tuesday.

—The country has been saved again. The returns didn’t suit everybody but then, you can not please ‘em all.

50 years ago — November 1972

Turning Back the Pages

100 years ago — 1922

Mr. Stephen Newberry has been suffering from an infected leg caused by the falling of a stick of cordwood, while he was sawing wood recently.

— William Parmalee is moving to Mr. Sanger’s house, where he will be the caretaker.

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100 years ago — October 1922

Miss Jennie Clark who was injured by falling in a ditch which was covered with leaves, near the residence of D.P. Fackler, has now sufficiently recovered to be able to get around the house, having been suffering with a badly injured knee for a number of weeks.

 

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100 years ago — September 1922

The entries of Grassland Farms cattle at the Eastern States Exposition at Springfield last week came away with many first and second prizes.

 

The E.W. Spurr Co. received two carloads of coal this week which they have been distributing to their customers in half ton lots.

Turning Back the Pages

100 years ago — September 1922

Charles Wise of Salisbury has a Rhode Island Red hen which recently laid an egg weighing four ounces. This is nearly as large as the best one recorded, and some idea of the size of the egg may be gained when it is stated that the average egg weighs about 2 1/2 ounces.

 

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