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By Mark Hebert
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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.

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

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

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

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

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The North Side Liver...



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