Reply from Marge Longie Langan Wilcox (56): Vancouver, WA
While I was a teenager I spent allot of time at Hassen’s store along with the store kiddy corner from Hassen’s next to the tavern.
gee those were the good ole’ daze lol, even the crystal cafe, pool hall.
my parent’s bought the Richard house off main street .
we moved to Dunseith in the early 50s’ from St. john.
Marge Langan Wilcox
Reply from Lloyd Awalt (44): Bottineau, ND
Hi Gary, There has been a lot of discussion about the garage. It was built in the 1940s by Ray Lake the owner. Roy Lake was a brother to Ray who would work for him during the summer months. Winter time Roy spent in Florida. Dale bought the garage from Ray in the 50s. When they dug the basement they looked all over Sunday for guff fine and could not find him. He went out Saturday night and fell in the hole and went to sleep he was o.k. Lloyd Awalt
Reply from Sybil Johnson: Cheyenne, WY.
Dick, it’s so good to hear that Dunseith is keeping the old buildings and homes, instead of like so many towns that tear them down. It’s neat to think that Aunt Hazel’s house is still standing and the old store is being used for something more than a parking lot. Today, is the last day for Cheyenne Days (thank heavens) and I have to say, the pattern for storms have changed, during this time. Sybil Johnson
On horseback to South America
From Trish Larson Wild (73): FORT COLLINS, CO
Camping with the horses in Durango