110 YEARS AGO
Thursday, June 3, 1909
from the Mathews Journal
Beginning June 1, I shall cut the price on everything in my store. We will sell to close all the hats in our millinery department at about half price. We are selling some 35¢ ribbon 19¢ and 20¢ ribbon at 9¢. Ladies low shoes way down in price. —G.S. Marchant
100 YEARS AGO
Thursday, June 5, 1919
From the Gloucester Gazette
Commencement exercises for the 1919 class of Botetourt High School were inaugurated Sunday night when the Baccalaureate sermon to the class was preached at Presbyterian Church by Rev. H.P. Clark, of West Point. Mr. Clark delivered an able and eloquent address and was heard with interest by a very large crowd. The graduating class appearing in caps and gowns (an innovation in Gloucester commencements) presented a very pleasing and dignified appearance. The members of the Class of 1919 are as follows: Pearl Moore, Elizabeth Mott, Helen Trevilian, Lila Sinclair, Frederick...
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