Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Mark Hebert

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for August 14, 2019


August 14, 2019

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Members of the Dr. George W. Clay Chapter, Order of DeMolay, recently had an overnight camp out and degree work session on York Island near the Fort Peck Dam. Bill Bell of Glasgow, former Maltan, sent the News this picture. From the left are Dale Smith, advisor, Mark Stevens, Tim Barnes, John Carnahan, Russel Fahlgren, Jerry Dean, Roger Jacobson, Steve Granat, Ken Ulrich, Jim Parker, Rusty Kinkade, Bobby Jacobson, Vic Stevens, Kevin Campbell, and R. H. Ulrich.

100 years ago

August 10, 1919

A special election had been called for September 2, to decide upon a location of a courthouse and jail. Two sites had been offered and feelings were running high concerning the selection. R.M. Trafton had offered a complete block at the "west edge of town," the present site, and a group of businessmen were offering six lots at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Survant Street (where the Woman's Club is now located.)


The Fifth Avenue Dining Room was opened to the public by Manager Wheat.


The County Commissioners had voted a $75,000 bond issue for...

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