110 YEARS AGO Thursday, Jan. 20, 1910 from the Mathews Journal The annual election of officers of the Cardinal Athenaeum took place Saturday, Jan. 15. The following officers were elected: President, J.W. Minter; first Vice-President, E.M. Maxwell; second Vice-President, Mrs. H.J. Fletcher; Secretary and Librarian, Miss M.B. Machen; Treasurer, Mrs. F.L. Jordan. A spirited debate followed, participated in by Mr. Walter P. Smith, Mrs. F.L. Jordan, J.W. Minter and C.M. Raines. The judges were Miss Elvira Maxwell and Miss Hancock, who decided in favor of the affirmative led by Mr. Smith, who presented some very convincing statistics in favor of woman’s suffrage.
100 YEARS AGO
Thursday, Jan. 16, 1920 from the Gloucester Gazette The Civic League of Hayes Store High School had their usual meeting in the Assembly Hall, Wednesday evening, Jan. 7, at 7:30 o’clock. After an important business meeting an interesting programme was rendered, as follows: Prayer by our former principal, Rev. C.W...
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