Newspaper: Little Washington Post

Identifier: 2019.1.267
Object titles: Little Washington Post
Acquisition and Creation Dates:
Acquisition Date 1965 - 2012
Date Cataloged October 7 2019
Object Source Information: RHS Archives,RHS reference
Description: Little Washington Post, the newspaper of the Washington High School printed in the Rappahannock News. This edition from March 30, 1950 gives news on the visit of the Government class to the courthouse, the home demonstration office, and the commissioner of revenue's office. They also visited the First National Bank where Mrs. Bruce and Mr. Johnson demonstrated the burglar alarm.The Home Economic class went to Front Royal to attend the spring Future Homemakers rally. The boys of the F.F.A. held a meeting at which they decided to rent five acres to raise a crop of corn. Mrs. Frank Moffett was the ninth grade English teacher and the eighth grade had hopes of attending a trial at the courthouse.

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