Hilo High and Hilo Union to sew masks? 1919.

SCHOOL GIRLS MAY MAKE FLU MASKS

Since the appeal from the local chapter of the Red Cross was made through the columns of the Post-Herald for more workers to help make Flu masks, a suggestion has been made that the Red Cross might be able to obtain valuable assistance if the Hilo High School and the Union School girls of the higher grade were appealed to give one hour, daily, after school hours, to the making of masks. Continue reading

Flu outbreak, 1919.

THE SPREADING OF THE FLU CONTINUES.

From the reports we constantly receive from the Board of Health every day, the Influenza sickness, also known by the name the “flu” is spreading all over, but there are not many deaths, like what is understood about this sickness in places far away from Hawaii.

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