110 YEARS AGOThursday, July 25, 1912from the Mathews Journal
Tuesday night about 30 friends of Rev. L.J. Phaup from Salem, Bethel, St. Matthew and the Friends church, near New Point, met at the Parsonage. The regard they have for Mr. Phaup and his family was evidenced in a very substantial way. They brought with them flour, sugar, hams, bacon, coffee, lard, canned fruit, clams, chickens, lamb, fresh fish and many other things for the pantry. The best token of all was a purse of $10 from New Point Friends. This is the way Mathews people do things when they want to.
100 YEARS AGOThursday, July 27, 1922from the Gloucester Gazette
These resolutions were adopted by the Gloucester County Sunday School Association at a meeting held at Bethany on July 18:
“Whereas, we believe that Sunday baseball games and the like are a perversion of the purpose of the Lord’s Day and therefore contrary to Scripture teaching as well as tending to lower the morals of a community and destructive...
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