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Miss Dillehay receives a wonderful gift


Thursday, April 1, 1909

from the Mathews Journal

Redart: Miss Gravelle Dillehay was presented with a handsome pony and rig last week as a gift from her father.

Rev. Pribble filled his appointment at Asbury Chapel Sunday. We are always glad to listen to Rev. Pribble.


Thursday, April 3, 1919

from the Gloucester Gazette

Mr. Ben Lindsay, having finished papering and painting Dr. J.W. Smith’s house, is now doing some papering for Mr. R.T. Hogg’s Hayes Store.

Quite a number of the folk from this vicinity attended the quarterly meeting of the Woman’s Missionary Society at Newington Baptist Church on Sunday.

from the Mathews Journal

Messrs. Maxwell Hudgins of Hallieford, Horace Hudgins of Susan, and Weldon Hudgins of New Point, all members of the crew of the U.S. Army Tug Genl. C.B. Sears, now stationed at the U.S. Engineers Depot in Norfolk, will leave shortly for the Great Lakes, the home port being Duluth, Minn. They will be away for ...

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