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85 Years Ago - March 18, 1936

 

March 17, 2021

(Herald file photo from Thursday, March 13, 1986)

FLEMING LADY WILDCAT basketball team members front row (l-r), Brenda Larson, Sharon Boerner, Tricia Wisdom, Denise Wisecup and Angela Saylor; back row (l-r), Coach Leo Mekelburg, Jan Wiebers, Terrie Conyers, Dianne Bornhoft, Mindy Henry, Tara Plog, Corinne Solis, Laurie Wiebers and Carrie Lousberg. Not pictured: Donna White, Joy White, Brooke Reed, Debbie Ferguson and Ann Bornhoft.

85 Years Ago

March 18, 1936

Wike Harms, who was lodged in the county jail last week charged with the theft of chickens in this territory, was released on probation Wednesday by County Judge Avery T. Searle. He admitted numerous thefts of chickens over period of several months and pleaded guilty when arraigned in court. A number of people signed a petition this week asking for the release of Harms on probation. IN view of his past reputation and consider that this was his first offense, Judge Searle release Harms, pending his good behavior in the future.

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