Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Mark Hebert

Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for October 9, 2019


October 9, 2019

The 1969 Homecoming Queen, Gayle Hoynes, is shown being crowned by Supt. James C. Nordlund, at a pregame ceremony last Friday evening. Ken Kaufman, Mustang halfback, was elected Homecoming King. Pictured from the left are queen candidate Elaine Jacobson; king candidate Jeff Hungerford; Kaufman, Supt. Nordlund; queen candidate Danette Broadbrooks; Queen Gayle, and king candidate Don Green, holding the bouquet of roses that were presented to the queen. The Mustangs went on to put the frosting on the homecoming festivities by trouncing the Fort Benton Longhorns 45-21. PCN 1969.

100 years ago

October 1, 1919

The Saco Creamery burned to the ground in a fire of undetermined origin.


Alderman McKone has resigned from the City Council. A. F. Winkler was appointed to succeed him.


Alvin C. Canole, WW I veteran, talked on "The First Eight Days of Argonne" before a large crowd at the Methodist Church.


A cold-snap and a day-long snowstorm greeted Malta residents on September 28.


Miss Tully Lusbey of Bowdoin visited friends in Malta.


Repairs were being made to the sidewalk in front of the St. Hills store (F.A. Buttery company...

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