75 years agoThere has been a rush to sign up as charter...


April 20, 1997|By Robert M. Pennington from the archives of the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society.

75 years ago

There has been a rush to sign up as charter members of the Gibson Island Club. The list of applicants for the luxurious club has been closed. Late applicants will be on a waiting list. -- The Sun, April 1, 1922.

An opportunity for lower Anne Arundel County residents to attend high school was advanced when the Board of Education budgeted $1,500 for transportation to Tracey's Landing High School. -- The Sun, April 5, 1922.

By-laws were adopted for a recently organized volunteer fire company in Glen Burnie to offer fire protection to Glen Burnie and vicinity. -- The Sun, April 5, 1922.

The Annapolis City Council approved the installation of an electric pump to improve the water supply. The Baltimore and Annapolis Electric Railway agreed to furnish the necessary amount at a reduced rate of 3 cents per kilowatt hour. -- The Sun, April 14, 1922.

The House approved a Navy bill that not to exceed 200 of the 541 members of the Naval Academy to be graduated should receive commissions. -- The Sun, April 18, 1922.

A large warehouse belonging to the Charles L. Tate and Co. of Arnold's Station was destroyed by fire for a loss of $28,000. The owner praised the work of the Annapolis firemen. -- The Sun, April 28, 1922.

Pub Date: 4/20/97

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