Runoff from a spring thaw covers Highway 131 just south of Wilton, looking south, in this circa-1930s photo by Herbert Anderson. The Dougherty farm is pictured in the background. (Photo courtesy of Alice Brandau)
A thaw in Wilton, 1930s
Shown here are the Oden and Ontario Homemakers in about 1955.
A Kendall bowling team dresses for the bowling alley costume party, about 1950.
Aldis Strazdins of Wilton recently created these photographic positives from negatives found among the collection of the late Herbert Anderson of Wilton.
The following served on the Kendall High School homecoming court in 1950.
Ardys Bredlow of Oil City in rural Ontario submitted this photo to the County Line, and she would like readers to guess the names of the people in the photo.
The Mansion House, located at the corner of Main Street and Highway 71 in Wilton, served travelers in an era when the Chicago & North Western Railroad line still crossed the village.
This photo depicts the students in room three in Wilton public schools, date unknown.
These two photos were found among the late Herbert Anderson’s collection. Do you recognize anyone in these photos?
Last week, the County Line printed a spread on the South Ridge School, a one-room schoolhouse in the town of Wellington that was demolished earlier in August.