The Way We Were

 


June 17, 1921

The high school closed last Thursday after a very successful year. An increase in the number of instructors and the seating capacity enabled school authorities to care for the largest number of pupils ever enrolled at the Wrangell school during a school year. Even with the added room, some of the grades were crowded. A full four-year course has been given during the past two years by alternating certain subjects, and three pupils have graduated from the school.

June 14, 1946

Vic C. Monahan, operator of the Cascade Pole Company of Tacoma, is in town this week prospecting the r...



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