A Look Back: From the Gazette Archives

  • Cooley Dickinson Hospital Carol Lollis

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Published: 2/14/2020 7:00:34 AM
Modified: 2/14/2020 7:00:22 AM
200 Years Ago

■Judd & Cook offer for sale, on the most reasonable terms, a great variety of cabinet furniture of the newest and most approved patterns and workmanship, executed by the best of workmen from New York. Also, a large quantity of mahogany, cherry, and other cabinet materials.

■Subscribers to the capital stock, who have given notes to the H.F. & H. Agricultural Society, are reminded that one year’s interest became due the first of January last. Annual subscribers who are in arrears are requested to pay immediately to J. D. Whitney, treasurer.

100 Years Ago

■Owing to the prevalence of illness among the members of the shop bowling and basketball leagues, Physical Director Tetlow of the Y.M.C.A. has decided to postpone all meetings of the leagues until March.

■William J. Short of Belmont Avenue, who suffered painful injuries to his back in a fall from the steps of the high school last week, is greatly improved and expects to be out again in a few days.

50 Years Ago

Specialized care to patients suffering cardiac attacks has taken another giant step forward at The Cooley Dickinson Hospital. A sparkling new Cardoverter has just been delivered to the Coronary Care Unit of the hospital. The $4,000 unit is reputed to be the first of its type sold commercially in the United States.

■Stephen P. Mailloux, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mailloux of 566 Elm St., has enlisted in the Air National Guard and has completed basic training at Lackland Air Force Base in Texas. Before entering the service, he was employed at Caldor’s on King St. He graduated from Northampton High School in 1968.

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