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Thursday, Oct. 30, 1919

from the Gloucester Gazette

Lost: Female hound, black with white breast. Finder please notify Floyd Walker, Sassafras.

Lost: An old English history, between Gloucester and Belroi, Sunday afternoon. Reward for return to Gazette office.

Notice: Moving pictures at Achilles, Va., in Redman’s Hall Tuesday, Thursday and Friday at 8 p.m. New reels each night. This will be for six-months, if not longer. Diggs & Brown, Perrin, Va.

from the Mathews Journal

Beaverlett: Mrs. Fannye G. Diggs entertained a number of friends on Wednesday evening.

Mesdames Vernon Diggs, Olive Hudgins, Miss Fannye Diggs and Messrs. Vandy Diggs, Charlie Hudgins and U.G. Dillehay motored to Newport News, Norfolk and Portsmouth last week and visited Mr. and Mrs. T.J. Banks and Mr. and Mrs. Mercer.

The pupils and patrons of Beaverlett School are preparing for a bazaar to be held at the school house in the near future.


Thursday, Oct. 31, 1929

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