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Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for October 11, 2018

 

October 10, 2018

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Homecoming Queen to be named at half-time... One of these lovely ladies will be crowned 1968 Homecoming Queen this Friday evening at halftime ceremonies in the football game between the Mustangs and the Choteau Bulldogs. They are, left to right, Terry Young, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Young; Sally Potter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Potter; Jan Stiles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stiles, and Cheryl Drabbels, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Drabbels. The King candidates are Loren Burroughs, Wayne Paulson, Vic Lefdahl, and Jim Mans, 1968.

100 years ago

October 10, 1918

The following persons had succumbed to influenza the previous week: Charles Kelly, Ruby Huston, Mary Henry, Mrs. Robert Brobst, Ralph Callender, Arnold Taylor, David Taylor, the two small children Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Plummer, Clarence Mackey, Berenice Kellerman, Henry Desy, a Doney child, Miss Mildred Taylor, Ole Odegrand, and Arthur Brownell.

Red Cross has taken up the matter of securing assistance for Dr. G. W. Clay. Miss Parmelia Clark of the Glasgow Deaconess Hospital was assisting with the organization of a nursing force.

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