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Memories for the Week of June 4

 


June 2, 2004

10-years ago

Sports:

Malta’s Kevin Hanson of Malta and Saco’s Derek Beadle each win gold medals at the State Track Tournament in Missoula last weekend. Hanson won the gold by running the Class B 100-yard dash while Beadle took gold by winning the Class C 200-meter dash.

*Dodson Class of 2004 graduates 11 seniors with Deserae Kill Eagle as Valedictorian and Nikki Johnson as Salutatorian.

Headline: Locks of Love

Not to be outdone by recent donations by the fairer sex to the Locks of Love program, Garren Kirkwood, 20, of Malta, shed his long locks Monday with the help of Deb Henderson, owner-stylist at Shear Inspiration. The result was a 20-inch lock of hair which will be used to create a wig for some youngster who has temporarily lost his or her hair because of medical treatments for cancer or other diseases.

June 7, 1989

25-years ago

The St. Mary’s Parish honored Sister Mary William Stadick and Sister Gemma Hartinger May 28 with a salad luncheon in the church basement. Sister May William is retiring from teaching after 40 years of service. She will remain in Malta to work with the parish.

*Sharon Wombold of Malta has won $100 as first prize in a household hints contests sponsored by Dr. DJ’s Carpets and Radio Station KMMR. Mary Smith took second place a winning a Perma-Guard couch cleaning valued at $75. Third went to Karla Taylor who won a $25 gift certificate. Mrs. Wombold’s winning household hint concerned a method of removing hardwater stains in dishwashers. She suggested putting regular orange Tang in the detergent dispenser for one cycle.

June 30, 1964

50-years ago

Photo caption: Lifeguards protect children

Rhonda Lefdahl and Laura Sanderson are charged with the safety of the children using the pool and enforce discipline amongst the youngsters. Laura appears to the shyer of the two lifeguards.

Headline: Rattler killed at Mendel home in Malta.

A three and a half foot rattlesnake with seven buttons was killed at the Gene Mendel home in Malta last Thursday. The snake was found on the sidewalk near where the tree Mendel children were playing.

June 1 1939

75-years ago

Headline: HARB

Everyone was very pleased over the rain that came last week, but there is still all kinds of grasshoppers in spite of the rain. Some fields have been destroyed by them and also several gardens.

Several Harb folks were in Malta on Friday night to attend graduation. They were caught in a storm and had to remain until Saturday and battle muddy roads on the way home.

Headline: Picnic Party

A picnic composed of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Severson and son, Roland, Mr. and Mrs. G.C. Hanebuth and Miss Strand of Hindsdale, William zabell of Malta, Mr. and Mrs. Little Strong of Helena, Mr. and Mrs. I.C. Smith and Laverna and Allan of Saco, and Mr. and Mrs. Grant Mintchell of Fresno motored to the Frenso Dam during the week to look over the project.

June 5, 1914

100-years ago

Headline: Horse Thieves Caught

Last Thursday afternoon the officers here were notified to be on the lookout for a couple of horse thieves that had been operating around Chinook and later in the day they were arrested by Deputy Sheriff Casady and Marshal Wolfe.

They were both young fellows, one a boy of about 16 years of age and the other about twenty-two or three. It seems too bad when a boy gets in bad company and gets into a scrape like this as it may mean a trip to the penitentiary.

At the movies: Playing this week at the Orpheum, Mutt & Jeff in Mexico.

 

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