Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Mark Hebert
Publisher 

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for July 12, 2017

 

Members of the Kiwanis Club and their families met at Trafton Park Tuesday evening for a picnic supper and park cleanup. They worked for several hours cleaning, mowing, raking and gathering debris in the east end of the park. Pictured above is a section of the workers, left to right, Dean Robertson, Darrell Broadbrooks, Mrs. Bob Jacobs, Neil Glibertson, Bob Jacobs, Kiwanis President, Bill Miller and Gene Miller. Gilbertson Photo, 1967.

100 years ago

July 5, 1917

Over 20 cars from Malta went to Dodson to attend the baseball game and auto races held there Sunday. There was a fast and furious ball game between Coburg and Dodson with Dodson finally winning by one run. Byron Hurley won the auto race in his Buick. His time for the 10-mile race was 17 minutes and 4 seconds.

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The Second Montana Regiment was still open for men to enlist in all branches except the band and medical divisions. A recruiting office was set up in Glasgow. Enlistment was for men between the ages of 18 and 40.

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The Malta Café had m...



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