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Red Men hold popularity contest

115 YEARS AGOThursday, Nov. 28, 1907From the Mathews Journal

In the voting contest held last week at Red Men’s Hall for a gold watch for the most popular young lady, Miss Marie Gertrude Boothe won, her vote being 6,265. Miss Ruth Shackelford was the next highest, her vote being 4,515. In the contest for the set of silverware for the most popular babe. Miss Annie Hunley Blake won with a vote of 1,945. Miss Mary Sibley, her opponent, had 1,010.

110 YEARS AGOThursday, Nov. 28, 1912from the Mathews Journal

Miss Amy Hudgins visited relatives in New Point last week.

Miss Alice White entertained a number of friends on Friday evening last.

Rev. J.A. Winn preached his farewell sermon at Beulah M.E. Church last Sunday to a large and sorrowful congregation.

100 YEARS AGOThursday, Nov. 23, 1922from the Gloucester Gazette

In news around Cash, the Literary Society met Friday in the school auditorium. A very interesting program was rendered.

Quite a number of the pupils have ...

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