In 1960, the Junior Chamber of Commerce's annual tour of Bellingham for new Western Washington College students ran into a snag when there was a shortage of cars. Leading the parade of about three dozen cars was this convertible driven by Ralph Gray. Greeting the students was C.W. Bill McDonald, dean of men and faculty advisor to the tour.
In 1960, the Junior Chamber of Commerce's annual tour of Bellingham for new Western Washington College students ran into a snag when there was a shortage of cars. Leading the parade of about three dozen cars was this convertible driven by Ralph Gray. Greeting the students was C.W. Bill McDonald, dean of men and faculty advisor to the tour. HERALD PHOTO
In 1960, the Junior Chamber of Commerce's annual tour of Bellingham for new Western Washington College students ran into a snag when there was a shortage of cars. Leading the parade of about three dozen cars was this convertible driven by Ralph Gray. Greeting the students was C.W. Bill McDonald, dean of men and faculty advisor to the tour. HERALD PHOTO

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