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The rector should put his horse to pasture and be given an automobile


Thursday, Feb. 6, 1919

from the Gloucester Gazette

A prominent citizen of Gloucester county and a parishioner of Abingdon church requests The Gazette to make the suggestion that Rev. Wm. B. Lee, the beloved rector of Ware and Abingdon churches, has plodded over bad roads in all kinds of weather with a horse-drawn vehicle about long enough, and that as a slight token of their affection and esteem the people ought to present Mr. Lee with an automobile and insist on him accepting it. 



Thursday, Feb. 7, 1929

from the Gloucester Gazette

Mr. W. Randolph Haynes, of Pampa, Va., and Miss Hilda Mae Milby of Cologne, Va., were united in marriage by Rev. R.W. England on Saturday Afternoon, Feb. 2, at 3:30 o’clock in the Methodist Parsonage, Plain View. Mr. and Mrs. Haynes will make their home with the groom’s mother, Mrs. Edna Haynes, near Pampa.

from the Mathews Journal

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