Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Mark Hebert

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for April 3, 2019


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Woman's Club Art and Hobby Show very successful ... Pictured are a group of Malta Woman's Club Members who assisted with the successful Art and Hobby Show last weekend at the Club House. Standing, left to right, Mrs. Evelyn Town, Mrs. James McKoy, Mrs. Robert Hoy, Mrs. George Hoynes, Mrs. Mary Kron, Mrs. L.P. Strope, Mrs. Elaine Anderson, Mrs. A. E. Began, and Carol Gernaat. Seated are Mrs. Gertrude Rathbone, Mrs. Don Yager, and Mrs. Dale Edmister. 1969 PCN.

100 years ago

April 2, 1919

A camouflaged tank was to be shown in Malta. The tank was 16 feet long, weighed seven tons, and had a maximum speed of 12 miles per hour.


Harry Lyden was defeated for alderman from the first ward by G. F. Thompson, a write-in candidate. Jim Brayton was unopposed for election from the second ward and Lyman Barnes was written in for city treasurer. Harry Cosner was elected police magistrate.


Walter Risen was elected trustee of the Lovejoy School District.


Clayton Snyder had returned from Camp Lewis, having been discharged from the Depo...

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