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Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for September 30, 2020


September 30, 2020

Dodson highlights the football season by celebrating its annual homecoming against the Rudyard Panthers on Friday. Pictured is the strong Coyotes football team. The are, front, left to right, Jim Newby. Richard Wilke, David Phillips, Mike Adams, Buddy Lundstrom, and Leslie Munson. Second row, Dan Phillips, Larry Johnson, Bruce Booth, Mike Sjostrom, Ken Johnson, and Mike Recheleau. Third row, Coach Knapp, Bill Henry, John Lundstrom, Loren Johnson, Randy Pancake, Ron Sjostrom, Butch Fleming, and assistant Coach Olson. PCN 1970.

100 years ago

September 28, 1920

Miss Evelyn Zabekk had opened the Freewater School.


Loren Wood resigned as deputy clerk and recorder and his position was filled by Jack Roadhouse.


The new school building was to be ready for use by the middle of October.


Twenty-five cars of cattle were shipped from the Harle estate.


Miss Alma Zavell an Gilbert Alsaker were married at the home of the bride's parents near Freewater.


The oil well being drilled near Whitewater was abandoned and the rig moved to the Armstrong Ranch.


Duck hunters were numerous on Lake Bowdoin.


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