Phillips County News - One Nation, Under God

By Helen Austin
PCN Correspondent 

Whitewater News & Opinion for September 9, 2020


September 9, 2020

Sympathy to victims of hurricanes, riots and that Corona 19 virus.

Get well to all sick with the virus, especially those in Phillips County and in Montana.

Three grandchildren of Monica Taylor's visited in Whiewater. Monica took them to Virginia and then came back home to Whiewater.

Whiewater school is having regular classes. They are all wearing masks, most with Whiewater Penguins pictures or other pictures.

Whiewater Lutheran Church has resumed regular Sunday service at 11:15 a.m. All are welcome.

It's September, and that's hard to believe. It is Labor Day weekend, and Saco Fun Days and the Milk River Wagon Train are both in progress. I am glad their wagon train is running; I would hate to see that tradition broken. Would you believe I used to be a cowgirl?

Once, a friend and I were going to run away to Canada. We left early on horseback. We got almost to the US border! We were so tired though, and hungry and saddle-sore. So, we were so grateful when someone picked us up and took us home! Crazy, weren't we?

Happy birthday to all birthdays and anniversaries in September, especially to my friend Irene Wendalyn, who now lives in Chinook. Irene lived in Whiewater years ago. Her husband ran the elevator. Later they ran the Whiewater Bar. They had four children who went to Whiewater Schools.

Forward to 2020, thanks to Marjorie Olson, Lulu Besel=, loyal gardeners, for the lovely, fresh vegetables they gave me.

Harvest combining is in full swing. The machines are huge now. Well at least they are compared to the past.

Have a good week.

Helen A


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