Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Mark Hebert

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for June 20, 2018


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Dodson school group studies summer theatre... Members of the theatre workshop group gather in the study hall of Dodson High School to talk over their three week trip to the Montana Summer Playhouse at Big Fork. The right high school students chosen from the Dodson student body to participate in the experience in theatre are, from the left, Frank Bushy, Jacay Thackeray, Connie Hervol (seated), Doug Stuart, Karen Henry, Randy Pancake, Charlie Kaasa, and Daryl Munson. 1968.

100 years ago

June 28, 1918

Sheriff R. L. Cobb had been arrested by Coroner R. V. Tucker for an alleged assault upon Ben Burnap, a sheepherder. The cause of the alleged assault was Burnap's purchase of a T-Bone steak for his dog. This, in the face of meatless days and food rationing in general, was too much for Sheriff Crabb, especially when he stood and watched the dog being given the steak. Crabb appeared before a Justice of the Peace and was placed under a $2,000 bond.


The remaining men on the A-1 list and some on the A-E list were called in the June draft. Phillips County's quota w...

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