Looking Back – Sept. 21, 2022

Sept. 21, 1972: TEMPERATURE RISING — Members of the ANaocrtes UGN Drive Committee were all on hand Monday afternoon as City Drive Chairman Paul Irwin painted in the first returns on the drive thermometer in front of the Chamber of Commerce office. On hand for the painting (from left to right), were Jack Chrysler, advanced gifts; Dr. G, M. Stevenson, professional division; Darlene Madenwald, publicity; Tom Thompson, employee I division; Dick Werttemberger, employee II division; and Charles Cary, county drive chairman.

Sept. 22, 1932

No more post graduate students will be accepted at the Anacortes High School after September 23, owing to the crowded classes and the fact that one school month has already passed, and it would not be fair to the students who have enrolled and have already had a month’s study.

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