Yesterday's News


July 4, 1919

On the night of July 4 at the Sons of Norway a regular vaudeville entertainment and dance will be given by H. L. Toysen and several of the local boys. A show of two hours duration is promised to be followed by a dance lasting until the early hours of the morning. The main feature is a vaudeville sketch entitled, “The Ghost in a Pawn Shop” and was produced at Camp Lewis and other places before the soldier audiences.

June 30, 1944

The Press wishes to extend a hand of congratulation to Lew Williams, Wrangell editor and postmaster, who has been given the appointment to the...

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