75 Years Ago
Items taken from weekly issues 75 years ago, from the Daniels County Leader, est. 1922 (continuation of the Scobey Sentinel, est. 1912).
December 12, 1946
Action Started To Plan
For Soil District–
About thirty farmers assembled in the court room last Thursday to further plans to establish a soil conservation district in Daniels County.
Two delegates, Peter Fosland and Lee McCann will attend the state convention of district supervisors in Billings with Neil Taylor and Casper Brenden as alternates.
P. B. Murphy, stated the interest of the Citizens State Bank in soil conservation from the standpoint of economic security to farmers, hence better loans. The bank is paying the expenses of the two delegates to Billings.
John Hunter purchased the building in which he is operating the Cozy Cafe from Joe Gilmore. The building had been previously owned by Florence Faanes.
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