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A scrapbook of photographs was transferred to the photo archives. Biographical information is available in this document and in the case file for donors of photographs or manuscript material. Thomas Falck donated the photographs in September Woodrow Hamers donated the annual on October 17, Harold Perry Leland donated copies of his photograph collection and papers in June Alton Long donated issues of the Peavie Press in March Jack Mayer donated his photographs in March Bennie Molde donated his photographs in April George Rhone donated his photographs in the summer of Linda Visocsky donated the photograph on behalf of her father, John Wiltse before November 8, Copyrights: Copyrights to this collection remain with the donor, publisher, author, or author's heirs.
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Fred was born in Norway and Ragna was born in ND. He completed two years of high school. He was employed by the CCC with Co. They spent the winter fencing and breaking rock for building of shelters. He was enlisted in the Army May He married Florence E. Pero Borden on January 10, Falck died July 23, in Escondido, CA.
Retrieved 15 January He was baptized on July 28,at St. Francis Xavier Church. He attended school and graduated from the eighth grade in Drake, ND. On October 15,Woody married his lifelong sweetheart, Emma Rauschenberger. They had one daughter, Connie, in Hamers was enrolled in the Civilian Conservation Corps in as a stone mason. He enlisted at Fort Lincoln and was mustered in April 19, and mustered out September 30, Upon their return to Drake, he worked a dray line with his stepfather, Harry Billings. Woody later began employment with the Soo Line Railroad, where he continued working until retirement in Inhis railroad work brought about a move to Harvey, ND, where he and Emma also managed the Americana Motel until his retirement from the railroad.
InWoody and Emma moved to Bismarck to be near family and make new friends, and became faithful members of Good Shepherd Lutheran Church. Woody was a member of the Drake Volunteer Fire Department.
In his spare time, Woody enjoyed many sports, including hunting, fishing, and playing baseball, as well as he and Emma were avid fans of Twins baseball and rarely missed watching them play when games were televised. He was known as "a favorite" at both places, and enjoyed his time in these homes very much.
He later farmed in that area, retiring in He continued to remain active in the farming operation. He was employed for the Civilian Conservation Corps with Co. They returned to Renville County and continued farming. He worked part-time for the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service for 25 years, measuring land tracts and grain bins.
He was a member of the Glenburn Elevator and served on its board for many years. He was a member of the First Baptist Church, Glenburn. Johnson passed away July 2, in a Minot health care center. Harold Leland married Irene. He retired in Alton George Long was born Feb. Purdy Long, in Miles City, Mont. He spent one year as Assistant Education Adviser under Raymond Beauclair, working in the library, teaching classes and working as editor of the camp paper Peavie Press.
He then spent 6 months as Canteen Steward. He was discharged in September On Oct. He was honorably discharged Sept. Alton was united in marriage to Genevieve Covell on Nov. Following his return, they made their home in Granville, where Alton owned and operated Gamble's Hardware. He also served as a policeman in Granville. Inhe ed the Minot Police Department and for several years was in charge of school patrol. He continued to work for the City of Minot for 28 years, later as a purchasing agent, technician for the voting machines and superintendent of the Sanitation Department.
When he took over the sanitation department, it was his job to clean up and close the old open dump and transition to the landfill method of refuse disposal, one of the first such operations in the state. Alton retired from the City of Minot inhowever, quickly realized that as "a people person" he needed to remain in the workforce.
That determined, he began selling specialty advertising items to local business people. He loved the opportunity this gave him to "shoot the breeze" with friends, old and new, regularly. Ultimately it was the adventure of travel that convinced Alton to retire. Alton and Genevieve traveled often, usually by car, meandering the country's back highways and byways, enjoying as much of each beautiful region as they possibly could.
Genevieve died May 28,at the age of Alton G. Date married men Lignite North Dakota died Thursday, Sept. Bartz Hospice Center, Valparaiso…. He then belonged to the Civilian Conservation Corps for four years. On December 31,he married Helen Feiring in Alexander. Martin came to Valparaiso in to attend the Dodge School of Telegraphy. He worked for Casbon Electric and later at Indiana General for 38 years, retiring in Martin is survived by his wife, Helen of Valparaiso; one son, David P.
Jack R. Daniel and Elizabeth were born in Russia, and Daniel was a road builder and thresher. He moved to Los Angeles and attended a junior college. He enlisted with the US Army on March 26, as a private and served both statewide and in the Pacific Theatre as a lieutenant.
After his discharge, he worked for the city of Los Angeles for several years. He pioneered Contract Engineering services to serve mostly the aerospace industry. He was also involved with the Far West Engineering Co.
Jesse died in They were traveling back to North Dakotas when he became ill and was hospitalized in Pueblo. He was preceded in death by five brothers: Fred, Daniel Jr. Ned; and two sisters, Martha Still and Pauline Thatcher. They lived in Grafton, where he worked for Grafton Milk Co. Club and Bolo Lanes. In recent years, he and his wife were host couple at Elmwood Mansion in Grafton.
Bennie Died December 14, at his home. He is buried at the St. He grew up there and attended a rural school, working with his parents as a young man. In he moved to California and worked as a truck driver for many years, driving for Allied Van Lines. He was preceded in death by his wife, the former Edith Bloom. Surviving are one brother: Fred W. Wilhelm was a farmer and minister, who was born in Germany. Christina was born in Russia. Bill had a brother, Reuben He served with the Civilian Conservation Corps Co. He died December 25, in Minneapolis. George Rhone died May 19, His last residence was Brunswick, Georgia.
On June 1,in Towner, he married Mabel Johnson. During his years on the farm he served on the Kottke Valley School Board. In Septemberthey moved to Minot. She died in He was self employed in Minot as a painter and in construction. John died at his home in Minot June 20, Hi is buried at Rosehill Memorial Park, Minot. Yalek of Lignite N. Allen K.
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