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Happenings at Redart in 1908


Thursday, Nov. 12, 1908

from the Mathews Journal

Mrs. Anne Dixon came home Saturday from Norfolk. She will spend some time with her parents at Redart before returning.

We are sorry to report Mr. J.R. Callis is quite feeble at this writing with the rheumatism. We hope he will soon recover.

Rev. Richard Ferguson filled his pulpit at Asbury Chapel Sunday afternoon and delivered a fine sermon to a large audience. We are always glad to have Rev. Ferguson in our midst. 


Thursday, Nov. 8, 1928

from the Gloucester Gazette

They mobilized last night (Wednesday), about thirty auto loads of them. They represented Achilles precinct, which elected Hoover by a vote of 213 to 60, and they came to laugh out loud at Gloucester village precinct, which elected Smith by a vote of 169 to 89.

After several uproarious circuits of the Court Green and a trip or two, accompanied by the din of bells and noise-makers, through the streets the merry men set sail for Ware Nec...

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