1. The Fiske Family
2. The Bennetts
3. The Dicksons
4. The Abbey
5. Landmarks and Personalities
6. The Great Road
7. The South Side
8. Merriams and Fields
9. Sold to Riley
10. Early Automobiles
11. The Dump
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couple one-third their age. As Mr. Lane grew older he became so deaf that he had to sit in the front row at all the local amateur theatricals, which he attended faithfully. He often made com-   ments on what was happening on the stage that could be heard  well back in the audience. His best remembered comment oc-curred during a performance of a play called "The Enchanted April." The scene was a primitive Italian village, with a steam     bath next to an inn where some American tourists were staying.     A male tourist went in to take a bath, and soon steam began pouring out through the cracks of the door, followed by an explosion. The tourist staggered onto the stage, clad only in a    bath towel around the middle. This brought forth much laughter from the audience. As the laughter subsided Mr. Lane turned to  the person next to him and remarked in a clearly audible voice, "Pity it wasn't one of the girls."