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Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for March 27, 2019


March 27, 2019

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These girls were the winners of the Phillips County CowBelles Beef Cookofff held last Saturday. One of the largest turnouts in the history of the event occurred with 18 contestants. From the left are Judy Blunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Blunt of Rigina; Debbie Boothe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stan Boothe of Wagner, and Sandra Kienenberger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Kienenberger of Dodson. Blunt won first prize for preparation of sweet and sour meatballs. She received a $15 first place prize. Boothe won the second-place prize of $10 with her roast beef delight; and Kienenberger won the $5 third prize with her recipe for Swiss steak. Other contestants were Maureen Holman of Dodson; Kari Green, Ann Vennes, Gloria Flansaas, Karrie Hammer, Marian Partridge, Julie Henderson, Dorene Ruud, Vicki Charlton, Loren Green, Peggy Shiroishi, Charlene Ruud and Kathy Baeth, all of Malta High School, and Tina Pehlke and Carol Brown of Whitewater. Mrs. Boyd Simser, CowBelles Cookoff chairman, expressed her appreciation for the large number of contestants and to the judges, Mrs. Al Meyer, Mrs. John Moore, and Mrs. Schumacher. 1969 PCN

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March 26, 1919

Mrs. Mike Ferguson of Nielson died at the Ebaugh hospital in Malta.


Fire did considerable damage to the Heath women's wear store in Malta.


New desks had been ordered for the Freewater School which was taught by Ms. Ethel Mead.


Art Murphy was going around with a broken ankle received when he was injured by a horse he was attempting to break.


Dave Claypool resigned his position as deputy sheriff and Mike O'Neil of Wagner was appointed to the vacancy.


Harry Lyden was a candidate for re-election to the office of alde...

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