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Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for October 17, 2018

 

October 17, 2018

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The Dodson Coyote football squad won its district title last Saturday by downing Inverness 18-13. The Coyotes now advance to the divisional championship game with Brady on November 2 at Brady. Shown in the front row, l to r, are Butch Flaming, Bill Henry, Jim Tribby, Randy Pancake, Wayne Dolphay, and Mark Gaub. Middle row: Loren Johnson, Bud Johnson, Pat Nordlund, Glen Dolphay, Charles Kaasa, and Dana Munson. Back Row: Daryl Munson, John Wilke, Russell Crites, John Lundstrom, Rod Kinenberger, and Coach Joe Gibbs.The Dodson Coyote football squad won its district title last Saturday by downing Inverness 18-13. The Coyotes now advance to the divisional championship game with Brady on November 2 at Brady. Shown in the front row, l to r, are Butch Flaming, Bill Henry, Jim Tribby, Randy Pancake, Wayne Dolphay, and Mark Gaub. Middle row: Loren Johnson, Bud Johnson, Pat Nordlund, Glen Dolphay, Charles Kaasa, and Dana Munson. Back Row: Daryl Munson, John Wilke, Russell Crites, John Lundstrom, Rod Kinenberger, and Coach Joe Gibbs. 1968. 1968.

100 years ago

October 10, 1918

Deaths from influenza during the week included William Claypool and his seven-month-old son; John Wesley Copple, 12; Guy Woods, John and Albert Jannote, Ruby Klinsick, 3; Mrs. Anna Bowman, Mrs. Mary Wiggens, and the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Leonard.

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The upper floor of the Noes (Montana) Hotel had been reserved as an emergency hospital and every room was full because of influenza.

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Undertaker Stewart of Beaverton has arrived to assist R.V. Tucker.

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Local University students were arriving home as all schools are closed until...



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