The Way We Were

June 9, 1921

The new school and community tennis court on the McCormack property received the attention of a large number of workers Monday evening from 6:30 to 9. A great deal was done. Wrangell autos helped the good work along and hauled sand and gravel from the beach to a spot near the school. Everybody interested, from little Lawrence Crawford and Herbert Bjorge with a tin cup and a small pail, respectively, to the mayor, worked. Boys from the primary grades mingled with those from the upper and high school classes. Before long, Wrangell will have a tennis court of which it can be proud.



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