DAYS GONE BY

The Republican Herald - - OPINION -

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.

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