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Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for February 5, 2020


February 5, 2020

Installation of officers from 1970 was the order of business for the Malta Toastmasters Club in a recent meeting. Laurin Bruckner, right, retiring president of the club, was the installing officer and is shown presenting the gavel to the new president, Lloyd Knudsen. Other officers from the left are Hal Vosen, sergeant-at-arms; Rev. Leonard Bergstrom, secretary-treasurer; Frederick Mavencamp, administrative vice president, and Walt Haynes, educational vice president.

100 years ago

February 4, 1920

Nail Smith had sold his interest in the Arcade Meat Market to Charles Hayden.


The First National Bank had moved into the newly decorated building at the corner of Fifth Avenue and Front Street and had one of the best bank buildings in northern Montana.


A poultry house and 50 hens were lost in a fire at the R. V. Tucker residence.


George Tout had resigned as editor of the Malta Call.


Citizens of Dodson were reported to be forming a company to finance an oil exploration company.


75 years ago

February 8, 1945

Malta man is member of a famous...

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