Wrangell Sentinel -

TheWay We Were In the Sentinel


May 30, 1918

We do not grasp the real significance of the general exodus in the cause of freedom until the experience comes home to our own community.

Wrangell has given of her men before and our hearts have swelled with pride as we bade them goodbye. It remained for the first quota of the selective draft to arouse the entire community and to give us a sense of nearness to the struggle that is going on in the world today.

The big celebration in honor of the departing men began Wednesday evening with the Ketchikan contingent arrived and was given an enthusiastic reception.

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