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Scarlet Fever Scare


Worry over the spread of Scarlet Fever was gripping Ennis a year later in November 1923. According to the city’s health officer, Dr. W.P. McCall, there were four cases of the sickness and one known death resulting from it. McCall issued a warning, telling parents to “keep their children off the streets and out of schools when they show signs of illness, fearing spread of the disease.”
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