Cider was boiled down to a jell, for the making of apple butter, for 5c a gallon. People came from miles around to buy or to have made, cider, sorghum and vinegar. ... At the time, the Black Schoolhouse had stood on the farm across the road from where it was later located. ... answered with a memory gem from literature or the almanac: Wednesdaya#39;s with a riddle: Thursdaya#39;s, with a current event: and Fridaya#39;s, with a joke. ... When the air cleared, there was a cellar full of Jonesville guys.
|Title||:||150 Years in the Hills and Dales|
|Author||:||Milton M. Ferguson|