100 YEARS AGOThursday, Dec. 22, 1921from the Gloucester Gazette
The Board of Governors of the Gloucester Woman’s Club held its monthly meeting in the club rooms Saturday, Dec. 17. It was decided to give $25 to the Visiting Nurses’ fund and $25 to the Children’s Home Society of Virginia. The Misses Withers held a most attractive bazaar in the club rooms, Mrs. Withers being hostess for the afternoon. The woman’s work exchange has proved to be quite a success so far, and orders will be taken for cakes, candies and fancy articles.
90 YEARS AGOThursday, Dec. 24, 1931from the Gloucester Gazette
Gloucester is all set for Christmas.
The local high schools closed at noon yesterday for the holiday vacation, the primary and intermediate grades having already entered on their “big recess.”
Young folks have been pouring in from the colleges for days past, and the season will be one of gay reunions in spite of Old Man Depression.
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