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The news from Glass in 1921

100 YEARS AGOThursday, Oct. 20, 1921from the Gloucester Gazette

In Glass news, We are glad to report that Mr. Walter Buck, Jr., who had the misfortune to sprain his ankle a week ago, is much better.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Clinton Hogg and daughter were pleasant callers at The Alpine Saturday morning.We are sorry to report Miss Lela Buck on the sick list.

There was a meeting of the Patrons’ League last Friday night at the school building and 14 new members were added.Many of the men of this community who are working on the Rappahannock spent the week-end with their families.

90 YEARS AGOThursday, Oct. 22, 1931from the Mathews Journal

Beaverlette: Miss Fannie Diggs, little Miss Phyllis Diggs and Master Paul Diggs were the dinner guests of Mrs. Roger Diggs on Sunday.

Mr. Anthony Hudgins spent the week-end with his family here.

Those who attended the Sesquicentennial Celebration in Yorktown on Monday from this neighborhood were: Mr. W.E. Hudgins, and son, Garland, Mr. and Mr...

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