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85 Years Ago - Nov. 27, 1935

 

December 2, 2020

(Herald file photo from Thursday, Dec. 4, 1975)

RE-2J SCHOOL board member, Catherine Starkebaum, emphasizes a point while she attempts to answer one of the questions discussed at the open meeting held Monday night to discuss the possibility of reconsidering the bond issue to provide the school with a new gymnasium facility. Shown left to right are school board members, Clark Starkebaum and Catherine Starkebaum and accountability chairperson, Mrs. Kent Kurtzer.

85 Years Ago

Nov. 27, 1935

Plans for a proposed new high school gymnasium in Haxtun were sent to Washington this week by the Phillips County High School committee. Application will be made to the Public Works Administration for aid in the project. Tentative plans are for a building 76 by 100 feet to be built north of the present high school building. The original plans and blueprints were drawn by James R. Birrell of Haxtun, a student in architecture.

Work was started Monday morning on Haxtun's new municipal swimming pool, with six men being employed in the first two days of the week...



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