100 YEARS AGOThursday, Nov. 24, 1921from the Gloucester Gazette
in news from Clay Bank, Miss Lillian Kemp and Miss Ruth Norfolk spent the weekend with Miss Daisy Davis.
Mr. and Mrs. Groh are expecting for their guests Thanksgiving the latter’s parents from Baltimore.
Mr. J.L. Kemp is expecting to move into his new home near Sassafras soon.
Mrs. Tuttle, of Cappahosic, was a pleasant caller at the home of Mrs. B.F. Weaver Tuesday afternoon.
Miss Lilliam Kemp is home again after spending several months with her relatives in Newport News.
Sunday being rainy kept people in. The rain was very much needed; people’s wells were getting dry.Mr. Geo. Gunn had the misfortune to lose his cow Tuesday.
from the Mathews Journal
Mathews Court House is at present undergoing an experience usually confined to the big towns and large cities. The brick layers who were working on the buildings here have gone on a strike for the Union scale of $8 per day and pay and a half for overtim...
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