DAYS GONE BY
100 years ago — 1918
Armistice Signed, Fighting ended. Nov. 11. 6 a. m. Boasted War Lord in Exile. The greatest war in history ended this morning at 6 o’clock, Washington time. Announcement of the tremendous event was made at the State Department at the capital at 2: 45 o’clock this morning, and in a few seconds was flashed throughout the continent by the Associated Press.
75 years ago — 1943
Hecla: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Teter and family, of Newark. Delaware., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elias Teter. Corp. James Ketchledge, of Washington, D. C., spent a day with his wife, and parents.
50 years ago — 1968
A sit- in was staged by the majority of Minersville Area High School students this morning in a continuation of their protest over voters’ rejection of a tax increase to build a new school.
25 years ago — 1993
PORT CARBON — A Kaska man accused of harassment after getting in to a fistfight with the saint Clair Area school board president following a meeting in August was found not guilty by District Justice David A. Plachko. Joseph Kupchinsky, 205 Oak St., was charged with harassment after he scuffled with Saint Clair Area school board President Daniel T. Eagan on Aug. 31.