100 YEARS AGOThursday, Oct. 28, 1920from the Gloucester Gazette
Sadler’s Neck: Mr. and Mrs. Rob Wainwright, of York, visited the latter’s parents Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Corr.Mr. and Mrs. James King and Miss Hilda were guests of Mr. and Mrs. R.P. Dunston.
Miss Carrie Corr, who has been sick for quite a while at St. Vincent’s hospital, is fast improving. Her many friends will be glad to welcome her home.
We are glad to report Mr. J.H.
Willett, who has been quite sick, is much better at this writing.
The ladies of Sadler’s Neck will give a chicken supper on Tuesday, Nov. 2, at the hall of Groves Memorial Church; also refreshments. Everybody is cordially invited.
from the Mathews Journal
The Mathews Drug Company has perfected arrangements to keep open the telephone office on the night of Nov. 2 until a later hour than usual in order to secure the election returns. The Drug Store will also remain open for the convenience of those who desire to await the returns here...
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