Wholesome Fun

An active-looking old lady with a sense of humor is eighty four year old Mrs. Ella J. Perry, a visitor to the Island for seventy-two summers.

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A Full Fourth

Edgartown’s Fourth of July ceremonies began on the morning of the third, when the submarine Becuna arrived in the outer harbor.

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Change Is Coming

“The old order changes, giving place to new,” was well demonstrated the other week at Chilmark Tavern.

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Magic of Memory
It was more than sixty years ago, exactly how much more could be calculated, but why go to the trouble? Once past sixty years, a few years more or less seem unimportant.
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Good Lodging at Windy Gates
A ponderous volume indeed: tales of Mrs. Lucy Sanford and Windy Gates.
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Mail Call

The rural free delivery of mail throughout the United States is far too old an institution to arouse any particular comment.

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Metal Heads

The old gilded weather vane that formerly crowned the steeple of the Federated Church in Edgartown hasn’t had an easy time of it.

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Seasonal Shift
Memorial Day slips in with a sweetness of the new season and a return of memories.
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Picture This
What of the Vineyard as it lived and breathed had its being on the Gazette’s natal day, one hundred years ago, May 14?
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Ahoy Vineyard
From the May 7, 1965 edition of the Vineyard Gazette by Constance Greenough Fuller:
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