Get To Know These Excellent Montana Towns On A First Name Basis
"What is in a name?"
Shakespeare asked that question in "Romeo and Juliet" and it meant that a name or a word only helps distinguish that person or object. Which is why I find it so funny that you can find Montana towns with first names.
I've wrote before about a Montana town that once changed it's name to a first name as a radio stunt back in the 90's. Ismay Montana for one glorious NFL season changed their name to JOE on a dare from a Kansas City radio station when Joe Montana signed with the Chiefs.
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They sadly changed back to Ismay after that one season, but there are way more towns in Montana that have a town name that you'd expect to find more often in a phone book than located on a map.
It's funny how names and words work, because hearing a name like "Conrad" doesn't seem that odd for a name for a town, while hearing "Terry" as a name does. Both are first names however and in reality are a bit of an odd choice for a town name. Looking back at the line from Shakespeare, neither one does much to distinguish or describe the town.
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It also doesn't hurt that we're more familiar with a town name like "Conrad" than "Terry" so it doesn't sound as odd as some of the following Montana town names with a first name.