Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Mark Hebert

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for July 17, 2019


PCN Archives

These members of the Malta High School Class of 1949 who attended the 20-year reunion in Malta last weekend. Front row, from the left, Barbara Davis Hould, Lorraine Primeau Hopkins, Annalee Cebulski Booth, Betty Drummond Kindall, Della Olson Long, Isabella Klotz Gust, and Barbara Messerly Cebulski. Middle row; Esther Bostrom Rudd, Carolyn Knudsen Judge, Donnie Hould, Marlene Hoagland Hofeldt, Delmar LaBrie, Donna Korb Mavencamp, Joanne Knutson Pimley, Marion Waters, Dewain Matthews, and Collin Campbell. Back row, Barry Corbett, Alan Wilson, Clifford Barrett, Tim Simanton, Dan Maloney, Ole Veseth, Ruth Cummings Smith, Betty Schumacher Waters, Francis Misfeldt Winkler, Louie Ruiz, Wayne Jacobs, Helen Welch Depuydt, and Deb Long. PCN 1969.

100 years ago

July 16, 1919

The U.S. Reclamation was rushing project work to a conclusion employing drought-stricken farmers to do the work wherever possible.


Long George Francis was admitted to bail in the sum of $12,500 pending an appeal to the supreme court from a district court sentence of six to 12 years on a horse theft charge.


Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Wilson were the parents of a baby daughter.


Clarence and Charles Mead had set out with a span of horses for a new location in Colorado.


Vincent Caves was the new manager of the Montana Oil Company in M...

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