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Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for November 13, 2019

 

November 13, 2019

World War I Veteran's Day Dinner in Malta VFW Hall.

100 years ago

November 10, 1919

Father Feust, the aged priest at St. Paul's Mission, was rescued after having wandered off in the cold all night when he became lost. He had attempted to walk to a ranch when his car stalled. His condition was serious.

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John Tressler, Malta attorney, presided at the Republican State Central Committee meeting in Billings, Mont.

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Fred Robinson, the Wagner merchant, attended the reception held in Malta for servicemen.

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A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Daellenbach at the Ebaugh Hospital.

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Mr. and Mrs. Herb Stuke and children had returned from a visit at Buffalo Lake, Minn.

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The Malta Commercial Club was sponsoring a huge ball and bills were coming out announcing a Thanksgiving dance to be given by the Rebecca Lodge.

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Steel file escapes were installed at the Great Northern Hotel.

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Wilford Bell had visited the school after returning from a summer spent in North Dakota.

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Clyde Waters was a new registrant in the freshman class.

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George Robinson and Lawrence Costello spoke at an Armistice Day program was given by the English class at the high school.

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John G. Rood and Johanna Waag were married at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Iver Rood in Malta.

75 years ago

November 9, 1944

Rainbows hold initiation

At the regular meeting of the Malta Rainbow Girls last Tuesday, initiation was held for Connie Larson, Frances Runnion, Shirley Runnion, Barbara Stubblefield, Carol Wilson, and Billie Lou Barnard. After the meeting, lunch was served by Barbara Harris and Donna Leach.

Business property sold to Crowley

Mr. and Mrs. Anton Muhs this week disposed of their business property at the corner of Sixth Avenue and Cosner Street to John Crowley of Malta who took immediate possession.

The property sold consists of a business building, now occupied by Wally for tires, a residence and five apartments. It was constructed a number of years ago by Mrs. Muhs.

Yuh Don't Say!

(Jokes from 1944)

Musical Relatives

Billy: My uncle can play the piano by ear.

Johnny: That's nothing. Mine fiddles with his whiskers.

Swift Kick

Billy: Keep your foot where it belongs!

Johnny: Don't tempt me.

50 years ago

November 13, 1969

World War I Veterans and Auxiliary observed Armistice with dinner gathering

Veterans of World War I and the Women's Auxiliary observed Veteran's Day with a turkey dinner at the VFW Club. Eighty-two persons enjoyed dinner and music by the High School Boys Choir. A special guest was Dillon Schmittou, Phillips County only Spanish American war veteran.

MHS Speech and Debate team took Class B Honors at Havre competition; Dodson tops Class C

The Malta High School Speech and Debate team brought home the Class B school speech sweepstakes trophy from the seventh annual Invitational Speech and Drama competition last Saturday at Havre High School.

Dodson High School earned the Class C speech sweepstakes trophy.

Lynne Fleming of Dodson won first overall girls' extemporaneous speaker. Maureen Golik of Malta placed second in that event wand was first for Class B schools. Also in the girls' extemporaneous, Pauline Olson of Malta was eighth in the overall competition and this for Class B.

25 years ago

November 16, 1994

Lucky couple will pay off home with lottery winnings

Gordon and Linda Alsberg of Malta were having coffee last Thursday morning, as they usually do. Gordon was reading the week's lottery results in the daily newspaper and Linda was looking through three or four tickets they typically buy each week.

"He always reads me the numbers and I always look through the tickets," Linda said.

"Yup," she'd say to Gordon as a number would match.

"Yup."

"Yup."

"Nope," she said. "Why didn't you say 37 instead of 27?"

"I did," was Gordon's reply.

And suddenly, the Malta couple was $59,700 richer.

The Alsbergs said that is enough money to pay off their house, and that is what they are going to do.

10 years ago

Dillon Schmittou, Phillips County's only surviving Spanish American War veteran, was honored by the Malta Barracks, Veterans of World War I, at their meeting last Tuesday night at the VFW. From the left are Hans Jensen, District Commander, Schmittou, and Lee Schumacher, Commander of the Malta Barracks.

November 18, 2009

Turkey bowling winners

Top bowlers at the Phillips County Coalition for Healthy Choices and the Boys and Girls Club of Malta annual Turkey Bowling event were K-1 Marcus Knudsen; 2nd-3rd Jonathan Kowalik; 4th-6th Rheannon Messerly; 7th-12th Ryan Paul, and Doug Simanton in the adult category.

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