100 YEARS AGOThursday, July 14, 1921from the Gloucester Gazette
The baseball team of Gloucester C.H. covered itself with glory in a contest with the Shelly team at Shelly, Saturday, winning the game by a score of 21 to 1. The village team, of which Mr. George DeHardit is manager, has been greatly strengthened by the services of Rev. Douglas Neff and Rev. Paul Buckles, the young ministers demonstrating that they are full of “pep” on the baseball diamond as well as in the pulpit. The batteries in Saturday’s game were Catlett and Pace for Shelly; Neff and Kemp for Gloucester. The outstanding feature of the game was Neff’s pitching, which had the Shelly men guessing at all times.
from the Mathews Journal
The stork visited the New Point home of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Handy on Wednesday last and brought a fine baby girl.
The Young People’s Missionary Society met at the home of Miss Louise Thomas on Thursday night last.
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