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A big crowd views play at the Red Men’s Hall


Thursday, Feb. 6, 1908

from the Mathews Journal

The “Turn of the Tide” was presented to a crowded house at Red Men’s Hall on Monday night. The night was very cold, but the weather had an invigorating effect on both the actors and audience. The play was splendidly acted, well-staged, and enthusiastically received by an overflowing house. The ladies of the Westville Disciples Church served ice cream, hot chocolate and cake between the acts and after the performance. The proceeds from the entertainment, amounting to nearly $40, will be divided between Providence and Holly Grove Churches.


Thursday, Feb. 9, 1928

from the Gloucester Gazette

With fifty men willing to furnish the necessary financial backing, the establishment of a golf course and golf club in the county is practically assured, it was stated following a meeting of interested citizens at the Bank of Gloucester last Thursday afternoon. 

No definite decision as to the locat...

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