Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Mark Hebert

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for August 29, 2018


August 29, 2018

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Malta Couple creates tropical garden ... A place of quiet and beauty on a summer afternoon is a rock garden created by Mr. and Mrs. Karl Harms, Jr. in the yard of their home on Highway 2 on Malta's north side. The garden and fountain display rocks of all sizes and shapes that were collected in various parts of Montana. The fountain bubbles into three terraced pools before flowing to a pond which is 15 feet long and about five and a half feet wide. 1968.

100 years ago

August 29, 1918

Mr. and Mrs. Tom Simanton of Malta were the parents of a daughter born at a local hospital.


Successful candidates for nomination to county offices on the Republican ticket included Dudley Jones for state representative; Henry Nelson, sheriff; R. L. Campbell, treasurer; Fred C. Gabriel, assessor; H.S. Whitcomb, county commissioner; Flora Simms, superintendent of schools; R. E. Richardson, surveyor and R. V. Tucker, coroner. On the Democratic ticket was Tom Johnson for sheriff; W. G. Schneider, clerk and recorder; Homer Testu, treasurer; Charles Claypoo...

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