Times Past

85 Years Ago May 18, 1938


(Herald file photo from Thursday, May 12, 1988)

PICTURED ABOVE holding awards received during the FFA awards ceremony Saturday night are (l-r), Bryan Schmidt, Jake Ripp, Doug Vandenbark, Jeff Paxton, Troy Bauder, Scott Muller and Ralph Deines, instructor. The awards ceremony followed the annual bar-b-que held for parents and special guests. Freshman Achievement Award went to Tina Martin who is not pictured.

85 Years Ago

May 18, 1938

Dr. Limus Maurice Raring, Haxtun physician, passed away at a Sterling hospital Saturday afternoon. He had not fully recovered from an attack of influenza. He was taken to Sterling in the ambulance Friday suffering from pneumonia, which illness caused his death.

Gracie Allen and George Burns and Martha Raye head the All-Star cast of the new paramount musical comedy, "College Swing," which comes to the Rialto Theater Friday and Saturday. They are assisted by Bob Hope, who climbed into the top drawer of stardom by virtue of his single performance, as the master o...

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