Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for November 11, 2020
November 11, 2020
100 years ago
November 11, 1920
The county republicans and democrats had united to defeat the Non-Partisan League candidates with the following elected: H.M. Kirton, senator; Dudley Jones, state representative; Tom Johnson, sheriff; Ray Campbell, treasurer; W.G. Schneider, clerk and recorder; Ike Neibaur, county commissioner; F.L. Robinson, assessor; Isabella Burley, county superintendent of schools; B.P. Sandlie, county attorney; R.V. Tucker, coroner; and A.S. Hanscom, public administrator.
A heavy flow of warm water was struck at the Bowdoin oil well at a depth of 2,500 feet.