Author: Dale Tracy

Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Roger Mills County Red Cross Drive now stands at 4517 members, which is 162% of the 3,000 quota. In a communication received by this paper, the Collector of the Internal Revenue, Hubert L. Boles, announces that a federal income...

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Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Mesdames G.H. Wallace, S. Jackson, B.D. Cooksey and Joe Tunnard of Cheyenne met with a few of the bravest at Redmoon’s Red Cross Meeting Monday in spite of the inclement weather. Paid up members: Mr. and Mrs. Welton Moore, Mr....

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Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

The quilt made by the Red Cross girls of Strong City will be given away on Saturday, December 23, 1917. On this day, the girls will serve sandwiches. Someone who eats with the girls that day will be the one who is given the...

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Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

Dr.J.A. Gregoire was found guilty of first degree murder by a court in Pratt, Kansas. The girls of the Strong City Red Cross Chapter are making a woolen quilt and will cost .25 to have a name embroidered on it. The girls want...

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Cheyenne 100 Years Ago

The Durham Red Cross has enrolled new members: Laura Nichols, Mrs. Goodwin, Mrs. Shindell, D.O. Cloud, R.H. Wallace, Mrs. and Mrs. Ben Phenix, Vivian Kinzer. Roger Mills Co. Chapter of the Red Cross is fully organized with 513...

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