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Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for August 5, 2020


August 5, 2020

Bruce Hould, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hould of Wagner, had the grand champion fat steer at the Phillips County Fair last weekend. The animal was sold to Roger's Lounge in Malta for 44 cents per pound. The 1,170 pound steer brought $514.80. Approximately 90 steers were sold at the auction on Sunday with an average price of $31 to 100 pounds. PCN 1970.

100 years ago

August 3,1920

The Mason, Morrison, and Simser families of Lovejoy spent a week in the mountains.


Dane Watson of Malta visited with Harold Christianson at Lovejoy for a week.


The county republican ticket has been announced with doctor G. W. Clay, candidate for reelection as a senator, heading the list. Ike Neibaur was a candidate for County commissioner; Norman Hicks for surveyor; Mrs. Burley for county superintendent of schools; Ray Campbell for treasurer; B. P. Sandlie, County treasurer; R. V. Tucker, coroner; C. M. Porter and C. V. Nelson, clerk of court; Mr. Numan...

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