Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Eldora Henry
PCN Correspondent 

Dodson News for July 17, 2019


A large gathering of relatives and friends came together for the placing of the ashes of Kimberly Solberg Adkins at a graveside service on Sunday afternoon at the Dodson Cemetery. Actual funeral services were held in Great Falls on Friday and quite a few of the Solberg were able to attend them too, including Polly Solberg. We always feel so bad when we lose someone so young. Everyone gathered later at the Lutheran Church for lunch and fellowship. It was nice to see so many people we don't see often but a sad occasion for it.

We still have been having short thunder, lightning, rainstorms every night or every other night. Short showers but it all put a little down. We had two really hot days this week---in the nineties. Things are sure growing and green.

The county crew has torn out the old bridge deck of the bridge over the irrigation ditch on Dodson's main street (1st Street). Resurfacing will probably not be until the ditch is drained for the year, in September maybe. Better than falling through and landing in the water I guess.

It was nice to have Jack and Ethel Siemens back for services at the Lutheran Church on Sunday

The summer has been quite quiet so far. Things should be getting busy getting ready for the fair the first weekend in August soon. Several fairs around are already in action and some are over with.

Congratulations and greetings to all having a birthday or anniversary this week.

Remember Bible School at the Lutheran Church the 22 thru the 26th, 2:00--4:00 each afternoon. Call Polly Solberg for more information.

Worry won't stop the bad stuff from happening, it just stops you from enjoying the good.

Enjoy your week — have a good one!


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