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This Week in Odessa History Record cold temps, soldiers home for holidays

 

Last updated 12/15/2019 at 6:50pm



100 years ago

The Odessa Record

December 14, 1919

News updates: Temperatures dropped to 25 degrees below zero, the coldest on record since Jan. 19, 1913, when it dropped to 19 below.

The government order to cut down train service will not effect the locals operating on the Great Northern, company officials state.

Increases in wages from $10 to $20 a month has been approved for the Odessa teachers.

Edwin A. Zabel, former Odessa boy who has been superintendent of schools at Frazier, Idaho, will give a poetic recital here this week. He is here during a teachers’ strike.

F. L. Guth, Al Wagner...



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