5/8/2012 (1478)

Condolences to the Enno Family
From Ginger LaRocque Poitra (’65):  Belcourt, ND
>Condolences to Clarence John  CJ Enno Family
Ginger (LaRocque) Poitra

Happy Birthday to Quillinan-Halvorson (’65) & Darlene Quillinan Larmore (’65)
From Ginger LaRocque Poitra (’65):  Belcourt, ND
>Happy Birthday Denise and Darlene.
Ginger (LaRocque) Poitra
Catholic Ladies Picture
Reply from Dick Johnson (’68):  Dunseith, ND
Gary and Friends,       With a bit of reading, I would say Dennis Dubois is getting us
close to the right date of the Catholic Ladies picture.  Evie got it
back to spring ’64 and Dennis said Manuel Cuadrado graduated with him in
’63,  which he did, so I looked up the Catholic Church history  in the
Dunseith History book and it says Father Wolfe died here in ’63 and
Father LaPore came to Dunseith in ’63.  It looks to me that the death
record for Father Wolfe is incorrect when it says he died in 1966.�
Thanks to Evie and Dennis for the correct information.  We have now gone
from the 1980s to the early 1960s in dating the photo.  Thanks Gary!



Reply to Bob Lykins
From Allen Richard (’65):  Midland, MI

To Bob Lykins —Glad to know your zinger still works.
 Allen Richard
Reply to Bob Lykins
From Neola Kofoid Garbe:  Bottineau & Minot, ND
Thanks to Mr. Lykins for his most interesting email. When I read about his liking to “zing” Allen Richard, I laughed out loud.  Such fun! We all know some of what is written in the emails people send to you, is all in jest, which makes it fun for everyone. I’m assuming all of us have a sense of humor/appreciate the “jabs”.  Only good friends do that to each other. LOL!
Larry Hackman’s granddaughter, Madison
Posting from Larry Hackman (’66):  Bismarck, ND
Our Granddaughter, Madison with her tenor saxophone, competed at regionals with a sax group and a mixed woodwind group last month.  Both groups received star ratings for their performances at regionals so they advanced to the State Music Festival, which was held this past weekend in Bismarck. 
The Mixed Woodwinds (1 tenor sax, 2 alto sax, 2 clarinets, 1 bari sax, 1 bass clarinet, 1 oboe, and 3 flutes) received a star rating for their performance at state which is the highest rating given.  AWESOME!!  The Sax group (1 baritone sax, 2 tenor saxes, and 6 altos) received a 1 rating which is the second highest rating in the state.  In between participating for the State Band competition she would run across the parking lots to the Bismarck State College Bowl and participated in a track meet being held there.  She was a very busy girl on Saturday along with hundreds of other student from all around North Dakota.
Lloyd and Theresa Awalt’s grandson Brock Awalt
Posted by Neola Kofoid Garbe:  Bottineau & Minot, ND
Hi Everyone,
Brock is the son of Rick/Tracey Bayne Awalt.  Tracey is the daughter of John/Virginia Baynes, long time barber in Bottineau (p. 529). Brock is also the grandson of Lloyd/Theresa Awalt of Bottineau.

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