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By Eldora Henry
PCN Correspondent 

Dodson News for February 13, 2019

 

February 13, 2019



The weather keeps staying below zero both night and day and we have more snow on the ground than we have had all winter— the sad thing is the weatherman is still predicting the same for the next several days. There are very few cars or people seen around outside except those that have to be. Dress warmly and hope for spring.

Condolences are sent to the Kienenberger families in the passing of Carol's aunt, Emma Jean Bridges. A memorial service was held for her on Saturday.

Polly Solberg attended the services in Malta and then took in the basketball games in Dodson. Congratulations to both the girls and boys on winning their games over Luster, the boys after two overtimes. The teams are doing good.

Polly Solberg and Dora Henry were in Havre on Wednesday for Dora to have medical tests. It was very cold and a combination of sunshine, cloudy and snowing. They enjoyed lunch with Bill Henry.

No church was held at the Lutheran Church last Sunday.

Continued get well wishes are sent to Herman Dolphay — it was good to see him up and around after his stay in the hospital.

I received the following message from Betty Munson, former Dodson resident now living in Havre. Betty's great-granddaughter, Maya McQuiston has an early March appointment at the Mayo Clinic for repair on her skull. Maya's grandmother is Noreen (Munson), Sergent. Her mother is Jenny (Sergent), McQuiston. Maya and her Parents live in Wahpeton, ND. and Maya is just over one year old. The community remembers the Munson's well and send prayers and get wishes to Maya.

Birthday greetings are sent to Cathy Weigand, Jerry Lankford, and Bruce Kienenberger.

Look for the little babe with the bow and arrow and remember your sweetie on Valentine’s day. Have a good one!

 

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