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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 14 December 1917
In Norfolk occupied the time. Dellclci refnnhu.eiit* wer« served h; t h i : -iA t ye if thV'ki fr in the Not folk : j-smou uee&gt;i t c iv&gt;u h. thw v i v of i.u 11 . o*. Club fo the ' tu*s; ii.it min I will.l the o ’it) hms recently ti nt. Tm hi-ir. tiers have bc«.u working for ;• ill the contents•■( thi&gt; b t m feel .ndehtud to many frlt-ima in II com- i'y who have arvsud In II work. i 'tix oj 1141 iot the r /lion ing „ U •«!»; 2 uiiien «li ( wr-.p 2 d.-ieii pairs of tied aoevs. 8 rm-, lr*&gt; «..0..t■, JO doieii lane n ipkn 20 do/.' .i wulisiiiute hanukerriilcfa, t" dozen ~»•«* Lii.uk.rchlcft, ami tia comfort hag.&gt; lioe.i. The box has b* ei Jt spec ed and will be sent this wee. to France. The assignment of Rev. W. F. Waves to York County lias bceii changed and lie goes Instead to a church in the Portsmouth District. Mrs Ackissand Miae ,M&gt; ra were at the old home Saturday packing up I lie household goods which were sent to ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 4 January 1918
• Only Paper I in the \ | County I VOLUME 3. NUMBER 34. AFFAIRS AT VIRGINIA BEACH paragraph* Picked Up Hart and Than About the City- Cawing and Going of People, Etc. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS CONOENSEI. Don’t forget to write it 1018. Mrs. Ransome, of Chicago, 111., is the guest of Mrs. Herbert Smith, of 28th street. Mrs. W. L. Northern was taken to a hospital at Norfolk on last Sunday afternoon, where she is undergoing treatment Mr. M. P. Williams will preach at the Baptist church every Sunday morning at 11:00 a. m.. until furthur notcie. Mrs. A. Whorley.and children, of Roanoke, Va„ spent the holidays with her mother, Mrs. A. P. Reid, and family, of 24th St. Miss Annie Smith. 3rd grade teacher at Virginia Beach Public School, has been the guest of her parents at Franklin. Va. t during the holidays. After a vacation of two weeks, schod will be resumed on next Monday morning, Jan. 7. It is hoped that every child will be in attendance. J. A. Davis, U. S. N., and wife, of Berkley, spent Christm...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 4 January 1918
She 3nne fcimea \ r pubil • rid Kv**ry Friday at Virginia ' lioacli, Va. ' yMAR -ES P. STOWeUL &lt; '£ditc- and Proprietor atTBSCKimox euicK »i«o feu yeah •UXUfcxTHH Ms: THiiKE MONTH? 55 A&lt;lv,T*istn(r Knlos Olveu Vpuu AnUictllor Enter* ai lh&lt; ik»iiiPc&lt;- at Vlnrlnls Hoach, Vln ” »s&lt;*r nn«l-ci»«i»trail matter. Jnnr K 1 im.v , ar the Yot of March 3.1W0.1 EDITORIAL, Etc Men working in many coal mines throughout the country voluntarily cut down the holiday to keep factory fires burning and houses warm. The heaviest food contracts in th e history of the world have beer, .et recently to 14 of the great packing houses of the United States. The War Trade Board is granting no licenses for the expor of commodities containing woo v.hich are necessary for the a.titary or naval uses of the ; ited States. T t Past Office Department ha&gt; t -ablished coastwise parcel ‘water routes to faci&gt;»tat. crvice for the canton* iu i, whic...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 4 January 1918
Better Farming in the South THE FARMER—ONE OF UNCLE SAM’S DEFENDANTS By D. 8. Osborne, Chairman toll Im Mr. rt ’ above piCiir.ihf J||B vi’.. 1 importance I ■• ir po-ouon i SWW' !■ •!■• Wot 1.1 W.v •* "*•-$8 ‘ " i ’ Khi ° f tr "*- -t"' ' ■ a--'t ■!■ autocracy. HHBpar’Jg*. I'pon you in ly. -■ r.- ; j onMbili'y of a«—sJ producing abund D. B. OSBORNK ant crops with which to ford and clothe out army and navy; the armies and navies of! our Allies—our own people at home 1 and the peoples of our Allies In Ea-1 rope. Failure would bring disaster to our army and an untimely and unnecessary death to many of our boys, who have gone forth to battle In defense of our liberty. But. Mr. (•’arme-, we know that under the great responsibility placed : on you by our Government, that there la no such word as ‘ fall" In your tooabttlary and that nothing short of In anrmountable providential cause*'could prevent your answering fully to this responslblllty. However, maximum crops can only be had by the Jud...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 4 January 1918
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Rawlings, and family, of Norfolk, Mrs. C. M. Barnett and Miss Jano e. and Carlos Barnett, •f L •.’’haven, and Jim Afriei:- of Baltimore, were th« guest* of Rev. R. J. Alfriend, and family, during the holidays. Lather Gilbert of Blackwater was a recent guest of his ■iatei Mm. E. E. Waterfield. Ml- Virginia Alfriend and Miriam Whitehead attended a dance given by Miss Grace Bonney of Norfolk, on Thursday evening, and spent the night as guests of Mias Edith Shepherd of Norfolk. Lieut R. J. Alfriend, Jr, of Camp Lee, spent a few days furlough at home this week. E. E Waterfieldand family, expect soon to move from this place to Great Bridge. Prof. Geo. S. Reamy returned to Kempaville Tuesday from Danville. Va., where he apent the holidays at hia home. f Miases Julia Daaienm and Evelyn Jolla have returned from their respective homes at Kihsale, Vi„ and Wyoming. Delaware, where they spent the holidays, and have resumed their duties aa teachers at the O. B. Mean’ School. M ...
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 11 January 1918
|W| ®tje srmce&amp; 3lnm TOtms fe?[ »i——sMn niwiivi—— &lt;• U *immm«mmmk fwmm &lt; VOLUME 3. NUMBER 35. AFFAIRS AT VIRGINIA REACH Brief paragraph* Picked Up Hare and There Abeut (he Gty—Ceding and Geing ef Peepie, Etc. LOCAL NEWS ITEMS CONDENSED. Mrs. Shelbourne of Norfolk, spent Monday at the Bt ach. Mrs. W. P. Ashburne. is th e guest of Mrs. Morris, of Newark, N. J. a Mrs. Epps of Norfolk, visited her mother, Mrs. Bilisoly, on Monday. Mrs. Morris, of Newark, N. J., was the guest of Mrs. W.P* Ashburne during the Christmas holidays. S. F. Garrison, of Sigma, was at the Beach on business last Monday. Mr. Parrot, a guest at the Pocahontas, was married on Sunday lash Congratulations. L.T. Garrison, of the Coast Guard Stati m, is confined to bis bed with the grippe, and is being attended by Dr. Woodhouse. Barton Pitt, Jr., spent tho holidays with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. Pitt, and has now returned to his studies at College Dr. Pitt and wife, returned to their he...
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 11 January 1918
33k stiitce*s Stone tEime* Published Every Friday at Virginia Beach, Va. CHARLES P. STOWELL Editor and Proprietor SUBSCRIPTION PRICK SI 00 PER YEAR SIXUONTHS Me. THREE MONTHS li AdvarlUlng Bum (liven Cpuu Application Entered at the poetoSce at Virginia Beach, ▼lassie, a* (econd-claaamall matter. Jane 30 IMS. mder the Act of March S, IST*.) EDITORIAL, Etc Giving And Growing. It is our firm conviction that the year of 1918 has some startling revelations in store for everyone of us. The future, as the present, wiil be a time of achievement no doubt, but one ef comparisons and awards olio; a id this same process has been omp on through the years and will almost certainly continu n the future through the yea 'hcv and i?o Son ives, which have been rate as groat in this life will fer likely be found to have Ker utter failures when tried 'by the eternal and unvarying standards of the coming time. In their little and pitiable narrowness they will be woefully wanting in the fundamentals. Fort...
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 11 January 1918
♦ IWIUI.SW... IP II I ,1 I imswswosiiwwiO mtsHONc OSSST HELEN BRIGGS I ELECTROLYSIS ! Superfluous Hull's, Warts Holes. Etc. Removed by Electricity »rom turn Neck sud Arms * All T reatroenta (,u»r»n(o«d Ta Be Per msnent And Without Injury U&gt; the skin*. TOO 1-S Psal-Osle- Greenwood Bids NORFOLK, VA. &lt; mss—wui—sn—sseiMMiiins—iiiawsi» Notice. I wish to inform my friends and patients of this county that I have no intention whatsoever of leaving. There have been numerous reports to the effect tat I had thought of locating .sewhere. There is absolutely no truth in such reports. )r. HENRY V. JOHNSTON, Princess Anne Court House. Nature ee a Paltrier. Investigations recently made ha• brought to light the fact that £oi‘ all fruiti and flower* only three c tring substances nre furnished - nature One of tbeee ie the fan tar chlorophyll, which paint* t bean* end peas, the watermelon a tho leavea of the trees so vivid green. Another is xnnthdpht which exhibit* its intense yel...
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 11 January 1918
A Ifr end-Whitehead. Dr and Mrs. Robert E, Whiteheat' of Uempsville, announce the t *ag*;ment of their daughter f ss Miriam F w to Lieut. Richard J. Alfriend, now stationed at Camp Lee. Miss Wh ♦'’Mad is a charming young lad: .I'd one of the faculty of O. L. Me are’ school, and Lieut. Alfncnd is the eldest son of Rev. and Mrs. R. J. Alfricnd, of Kempsville. and both young people are closely related to several of the oldest and best families of Virginia. The marriage will probably be solamnized some time next month. 1 The Times extends hearty congratulations. The Mother Church--1694. below is a copy of origins! deed for land oo which Old Donation Church, Lynnhaven Parish In Princess Anne County, Virginia la situated. This church on the records la some times called the “Mother Church” and sometimes the “Old Brick Church,” afterwards known as ■Old Donation." The Old Brick Church Ljnnhaven Parish. T&lt; *ll thTse whom these presents eh*!, ol- le. J Eoeaezer Taylor, gent., eem ’l...
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Princess Anne Times — 11 January 1918
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