Dodson News for July 24, 2019
July 27, 2019
Many Solberg's returned for another funeral with the passing of Selma Miller. Condolences are sent to all the Solberg family, relatives, and friends. Selma's daughters Esther and Mary Lynn stayed with Polly and Edward Solberg as did their son Nathan who came from Miles City. Tim Solberg and daughter Amanda of Billings also came for the funeral. Jim and Kelly Solberg of Great Falls stayed with Virginia Solberg in Malta. Services were held at the Elim Lutheran in Malta.
There was a harsh storm moved thru on Saturday night with lots of thunder, lightning, rain, wind and a little hail. So far the crops have survived well in the storms and are looking very good.
Several of Wink and Terri Cole's kids, their friends and in-laws were home this weekend repairing the Cole basement so it hopefully will not continue to get water in it all the time. Lots of sealers and some new cement was applied.
Gardens are starting to mature and produce some welcome fresh vegetables. Fall must be around the corner. It was down to 46 degrees a couple of mornings ago.
Ava Welch was up mowing and cleaning her yard this week. A few more around need it.
Dora Henry's daughter-in-law, Marilyn, in Havre, tripped and fell--breaking a wrist and a bone in one knee, resulting in a cast and a brace so will be handicapped for awhile. Hopefully, she will heal in a reasonable time.
Polly Solberg will be helping with Bible school at the Lutheran Church this week.
Several four-wheelers with several young people on each one are seen racing around town again. We hope no accidents are going to happen.
Birthday greetings are sent to Robert Bear 3rd, Willard Mortenson, Deserae KillEagle and all others having a birthday this week.
The fair is coming up fast if you have any entry's to get ready. This will be the 104th continuous year for the Dodson Fair.
We make a living by what we get, but we make a life by what we give!!
Have a wonderful week--enjoy all the green that abounds around.