Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Mark Hebert

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for June 12, 2019


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The annual Little M-ettes Basketball Camp concluded last week an awards ceremony. Rebecca Smith earned MVP honors. Other awards included: Hot Shot Champ: Rebecca Smith: One-on-One: Laramie Scheffelmaer; Free Throw Champ: Rebbeca Smith; Miss Hustle: Kelsey Kuehn; Four-on-Four Champs: Darby Schye, Jamison Erickson, Jazmine Pewitt, and Jenise Amestoy; Shooting League Champs: Rebecca Smith, Janise Amestoy; Shooting League Champs: Rebecca Smith, Janise Amestoy, Shay Garfield, Sydney Ware, and Lauren Zwiers. PCN 2009.

100 years ago

June 12, 1919

Robert Clarkson has been re-engaged as County Extension Agent by the Board of County Commissioners.


George Armstrong and Delena Robertoyre were married at Glasgow. They planned to make their home south of Malta on Armstrong's ranch.


J.M. Johnson and son have purchased the Fifth Avenue Meat market.


John Shempp of Freewater said to be the youngest man in the AEF, has returned to his home after war service in France.


The L.M. Mead home on Cottonwood Creek was badly damaged by a severe hail storm.


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