Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Mark Hebert

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for October 2, 20191


October 2, 2019

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The 1969 Malta Mustangs Football players are: front row from the left; Mark Hughes, Jim Nevrivy, Darrell Olson, Ken Blunt, Tim Carlson, Don Green, Greg Brown, Mark Pankratz, Ross Licht, and Murray Matthews. Second row; Coach Glenn Flatt, Kevin Salsbery, Bim Oxarart, Wade Hasler, Bud Slade, Bruce Bruckner, Dan Matthews, John Kalal, Larry Young, Arne Lefdahl, and assistant Coach Mike Cummings. Third row; Lance Ivanish, Jim McKeon, Mike Emond, Randy Skinner, Tom McKoy, Keith Maristuen, Mike Lowney, Randy Frazier, and Duane Walker. Fourth row; Dan Drydahl, Bill Cole, Gene Compton, Dick Mavencamp, Jack Mamla, Brian Robertson, and Mervin Bishop. Top row; Fred Perry, Ken Kaufman, Craig LaFond, Craig Stiles, Jeff Hungerford, Rick Mans, and Managers Doug

100 years ago

October 8, 1919

H.S. Witcomb of Phillips County was named a member of the executive board of the Good Roads Association formed at a meeting of delegates from Blaine, Phillips, Valley, Sheridan, and Roosevelt Counties.


Fire damaged the C.M. Porter residence in Malta.


The Malta Commercial Club was considering the purchase of a tract of land north of Malta along the Milk River for use as a park.


Miss Stella Morley and John Mickus were married in Malta.


The fine new school building at Bowdoin was completed and the school opened with a staff...

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