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George and Lela Cota were working at the Peace Garden in the mid 50s and one time when we were visiting them at the caretaker’s residence, George brought out an old BB gun that had been his son, Gary’s, and gave it to me. He told Mom that it wouldn’t shoot BBs any more but still made the noise.
It was a Daisy with a wooden stock and I was really proud of it.
First of all “Merry Christmas”I hope everyone has a safe and blessed Holiday. She was a homemaker until 1992 when they moved back to Dunseith. She most recently worked at the Log House in Dunseith.
Let’s start looking for photos so that we can bring a boat load of them to the “Get together” in May. Thanks Gary BEVERLY AZURE Mass Of The Christian Burial was held for Beverly Azure, age 56 of Dunseith, on Saturday at A. Bev enjoyed beading, painting, and spending time with her family. She taught Sunday school for several years and was an active member of the St. Beverly passed away on Sunday, December 6, 2009 in a Minot hospital.
I wasn’t very old at this time–before Carol was born–so I wasn’t looking forward to this.
LOL Neola Reply From Dale Pritchard (’63): Leesville, LA Gary, As far as you know, is the “Bakken” name ssociated with the Bottineau area?
I tried to explain but she called my grandpa up at the Garden Tap (he was the owner) and told him I shot Doug with that damn gun. The lady on the far right of the picture re: Oscar and Sylvia is indeed Ellie Striker. They must not have had the digital camera with this day.
She did what any grandma would do, asking what happened? She did what most grandmas would do and assumed he had been shot. I have many memories of Lee and of Erman Striker, whom are barely visible on this picture.Message from Ginger La Rocque Poitra (’65): Belcourt, ND Hi Gary and Bernadette, I would like to wish you both a belated happy anniversary. We don’t dare let her walk alone, even in the house, for fear she will lose her balance and fall. The dementia is starting to take it’s affects now also. From Neola Kofoid Garbe: Bottineau & Minot, ND Hi Guys, Because I’m moving to a different apartment, I’m looking through boxes and boxes of paper items: saving some/shredding some/throwing some. I’d appreciate any info you can tell me about this picture, which I’ll pass on to Scott. This is sure an interesting part of family and Ackworth Community history. For the past month or so she just isn’t snapping back like she normally does. As you can see, it was mailed to Miss Clara Johnson from G. I thought Scott Wagar might be interested in using it for his “Nostalgia” photo in the Courant. Thanks, Neola Neola and Gary, Clara Johnson was my Grandma Myrtle Johnson Olson’s older sister and was married to Albert Berg, the parents of Alvin, Martin, Amanda, and Arla Berg.To tell the truth, I had spoke to her almost a year ago for a few minutes, then again, less than a week ago. (I think) I do have her number & will call for directions. On August 16, 1980 she was married to Clarence Azure at Dunseith.
I haven’t really gotten caught up with her on her life yet. I hope this answers some of the question about my family……. Following their marriage, they lived in various places such as, Manheim, Germany, Colorado Springs, Colorado, and Fort Knox, Kentucky.
It’s called ‘A Christmas Story’ and is about a kid named Ralphie who wants a BB gun for Christmas.