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By Mark Hebert

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for November 21, 2018


November 21, 2018

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Senior Girls at B-PW Career Night ... Malta High School senior girls were guests of the Malta Business and Professional Women's Club at their Career Day program last Thursday. The girls are, front row from the left, Cheryl Drabbels, Betty Newton, Hatsi Van Houdt, Edith Jones, and Lou Ann Benzinger. Middle row, Shelly Sintler, Barbara Green, Suzanne Taylor, Darlene Korsbeck, Lou Anne Ivanish, and Debbie Losleben. Back ow, Theresa Bebee, Sally Potter, Paule Halser, Angie Anderson, Linda Stine, Carrol Scofiled, and Caryl Carlson. 1968.

100 years ago

November 17, 1918

Six townships in the southern part of the county were opened for homesteading. Many "squatters" were awaiting the filing date.


Miss Lily Noble and Arthur J. Westerman were married at a ceremony performed at the Fifth Avenue Hotel.


Word was received of the death in France on October 10, of Harold Clark, son of Mrs. Louisa Clark.


Herb Stucke was elected chief of the Malta Fire Department. Harry Lyden was assistant chief.


William Driver was among the soldiers in the AEF assigned to duty with the army of occupation in Germa...

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