Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Mark Hebert

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for July 24, 2019


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Pictured above are the members of the Malta High School Class of 1938, from the left, Loue Perrt, Larane Knopp Holverson, Anna May Ebaugh Kinkade, Elmer "Swede" Anderson, Kenneth Stine, Hazel Hershman Newton, Mary Evelyn Minehan Soldrick, Pauline Holman Ereaux, Robert Potts, Leona Durocher Moore, James Gordon, Duane Raymond, and Barney Majusiak. Prizes awarded on the night went to Anna Lee Reynold Smooth of Huston, Tex., for coming the furthest, Swede Anderson for being married the longest, and Genevieve Wekander Thurber for having the grayest hair. PCN 1969.

100 years ago

July 23, 1919

Mr. and Mrs. George Tout arrived in the City. Mr. Tout, who has seen considerable service in the war, was to be employed in the Malta Call Office.


J.M. Brayton was in Malta preparing to move his family and household goods to Jamestown, N.D., where he had accepted a position.


William Newhouse of Wagner had been elected manager of the Farmers Elevator to replace Sam Winkenweider who resigned.


Carloads of farmers from the dryland areas on the Hi-Line were en route to North Dakota to secure employment in the harvest fields.



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