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Yesterday's Phillips County News Memories for August 12, 2020


August 12, 2020

This group of Phillips County 4-H members were in Bozeman last week to attend the annual Montana 4-H congress held on the campus of the Montana State University. In the first row holding the sign are Danny Simonson and Jim Anderson, both boys were members of the livestock judging team. Middle row, from the left, Charlene Ruud, Diana Allen, Julie Henderson, Patty Hammond, Gail Blunt, and Kari Green. Back row, Norman Barnard, Patty Lang, Lynn Simonson, Nels Boe, extension agent, Vicki Caves, Anita Caves, Dixie Dunbar, and Mrs. Howard Hammond, chaperone. PCN 1970.

100 years ago

August 10,1920

A Salvation Army advisory board was organized in Malta with E. Sklower as chairman, and A. E. Winkler and A. S. Hanscom the other members.


Max Sklower died at his home after a short illness. A Masonic escort accompanied the body to the train for burial in a Helena cemetery. Mr. Sklower was described as one of the pioneer citizens of Malta who was always ready and willing o do his share in any enterprise of benefit to the community or the people. He had operated the Great Northern Hotel for nearly 20 years and had served on the City Council for many years.


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