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A dance in the Glebe


Thursday, Jan. 28, 1909

from the Mathews Journal

The young people of the Glebe gave a very delightful dance at the vacated home of Mrs. Will Marchant on Monday evening.

Misses Katie Hudgins and Ruby Williams, of Gwynn’s Island, spent from Saturday until Sunday afternoon with Mrs. John Stone, at Hudgins.

The meeting of the Teachers Association which was to be held on the first Friday in February has been postponed until the second Friday in February.


Thursday, Jan. 23, 1919

from the Gloucester Gazette

All persons having magazines books or phonograph records to spare are requested to send them to the Sailors Y.M.C.A. at Gloucester Point, or if more convenient, to Postmaster R.M. Janney at the Court House, who will deliver them. The boys at the Point are very much in need of reading matter and other wholesome recreation for their idle hours.

from the Mathews Journal

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