I've observed the only time prots and NOers *don't* use "Holy Spirit" and use "Holy Ghost" instead, is when they are trying to attribute complete orthodoxy to whatever it is that they are "preaching".
I recall a very good priest in the late 60s who was expelled from his rectory by his bishop for refusing to go along with the ʀɛʋօʟutιօn, he used both Holy Ghost and Holy Spirit, not always in the same sermon though. One of the men asked him about it at breakfast, he said that he often used "Holy Spirit" as a tool "to show the heretics that I can speak their language as well as they can, except when I preach, I preach Catholicism, not hootananyism".
It really does not matter which one is used, but for us, we are all more familiar and comfortable with Holy Ghost, whereas Holy Spirit rings as a type of deceit or slander to our ears because of it being stolen and habitually [mis]used and abused by the enemy.
Anyway, my prayer book is from 1961 and has You and Yours all over the place in it - I never really paid much attention to it till now.