05/28/2019 (2706)

Elma Severson, from Bottineau, visits Cebu, Philippines

Elma attended the wedding of a good mutual friend of ours this past Saturday. Beautiful Beach wedding too. We were both primary sponsors. Actually Elma made a special trip just for this wedding. She was only here in Cebu several days. She is now visiting friends and relatives in other parts of the Philippines.

I am sure many of you know Elma. She has a beautiful home, in Bottineau, directly across the Lake Road (North) from the Fair grounds.

Alma taught at the college in Bottineau for a number of years. She is now enjoying retirement. She loves to travel.

With our trips back to the area, we have had numerous invites, from Elma, for dinner or supper at her home.

It’s always a pleasure seeing Elma, both here in Cebu and in Bottineau.


Elma Severson & Gary Stokes


Arlin Pederson (Erma Walter DHS ‘1955) Passed away
Posted by Neola Kofoid Garbe:  Minot, ND

Peterson, Arlin

Arlin Pederson
June 15, 1937 – May 12, 2019

Arlin’s Obituary

Arlin Pederson, 81, Minot, died Sunday, May 12, 2019 in his home surrounded by his loving family.

Arlin was born June 15, 1937 in Bottineau, ND to Telford and Bertha (Larson) Pederson. He grew up in in Bottineau. Arlin started in the grocery store at age 13 and continued in the business for most of his life. He worked in every department including management. Arlin graduated from Bottineau High School in 1955.

He was united in marriage to Erna Walter on July 3, 1958. They would call Minot home for the rest of their lives. Arlin started work for Wee Haul Trucking. He also served as a manager for Mini Mart Gas Station for a time and worked in sales for General Trading. In the mid 70’s he started a part-time position at H&R Block. This work along with the clients/friends would be a staple of his life for the next 43 years until he retired.

Arlin spent his retirement as volunteer at the Lord’s Cupboard Food Pantry. He really enjoyed his time there. He had a gift of gab and enjoyed learning about people. Summers were spent camping with his wife and traveling the US and World to see his daughter. Arlin supported his grandchildren’s successes in sports and scouting during their youth. He took great pride in the care of his lawn and was often the first to have shoveled the snow in the neighborhood.

He was a member of Bethany Lutheran Church in Minot. Arlin volunteered for many years at Hostfest and treasured every minute spent at the festival. He will be deeply missed by all who were blessed to call him a husband, father, grandfather, uncle and friend.

Arlin is survived by his loving wife of 60 years, Erna, Minot; 4 children, Sandra (Gary) Brown, Bonifay, FL, Bob (Rhonda) Pederson, Minot, Kevin (Julie) Pederson, Minot and Steve (Jodi) Pederson, Minot; 10 grandchildren, David Brown, Shekae (Eric) Hanson, Matthew (Kaydee) Pederson, Jessica (Andy) Rapsavage, Spencer Pederson, Rhett Pederson, Reece Pederson, Ryker Pederson, Jessie (Misty) Brown and Amanda (John) Thomas; 8 great-grandchildren, Haley Howarth, Abigail Brown, Hunter and Kailey Rapsavage, Nolan Brown, Timothy Thomas and Mason and Justice Brown along with numerous nieces and nephews.

Arlin was preceded in death by his parents, grandson, Brendan Pederson, sisters, Bernice Christianson and Thelma Sloan, brothers, Kenneth, Alvin, Louis and Olaf Pederson.

Funeral service will be held at 2:00 p.m. Thursday, May 16, 2019 at Bethany Lutheran Church, Minot. Interment: Rosehill Memorial Park, Minot Visitation will be held on Wednesday, May 15, 2019, from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m. at the Thomas Family Funeral Home, Minot. In lieu of flowers and plants, memorials are preferred to Bethany Lutheran Church or to Metigoshe Ministries.

 Gary’s Comments We extend our condolences to Erna and all of Arlin’s family with his passing.


Reply to Ginger LaRocque (’65): Condolences to the Allery Family From Judy Allery Azure (’65):  Bismarck, ND

Ginger, Thank You ever so much…



Blog (779) posted on April 20, 2010


Condolences to the Schimetz family
From Judy Morgan (Former Teacher): Edgeley, ND.

Dear Stella and family,

I am so sorry to learn of Bryan’s passing. My thoughts and prayers are with you all during this very difficult time.

. .The memory of a life well lived lives on and on. May you remember the love and the happy times and find comfort in these memories. Judy


Condolences to the Schimetz family
From Dick Johnson (68): Dunseith, ND.

Gary and Friends,

I would also like to extend my condolences to the Schimetz family. Bryan fought a long hard battle with this dreaded disease. He was trooper.



Reply from Keith Pladson (66): Stafford, VA

Gary, This is in response to Ivy Eller Robert’s input in the 775 issue. Thank you for that beautiful poem. Keith Pladson


Reply from Gaillord Peltier (80): Turtle Lake, ND.

Mrs. Kofoid;

Yes, Garry Counts Jr. is the son of Garry and Theresa Counts. Garry and Theresa are my Uncle and Aunt, Garry Jr. is my first cousin.

Have a great day!

Gaillord Peltier “Class of 1980”


Reply from Verena (Pete 65) Gillis: Dunseith, ND.

In reply to the Gary Counts question-PVT. Garry W. Counts graduated in 2004 from DHS and entered into the service, his dad is Gary Counts & mom Lucinda Counts. So he would be a grandson to Garry and Theresa (Peltier) Counts. Hoped that helped.

Verena ((*-*))


Reply from Dale Pritchard (63): Leesville, LA


You mentioned American TV in the Philippines. In Japan in the late 60s, they had American TV series but they all in Japanese with no English captions at the bottom. I remember “Bonanza” in particular. You had to use your imagination to figure out what was going on!


05/19/2019 (27-5)

Reply to Larry Hackman (’66): Dunseith History
From Marlys Hiatt (’71):  Dunseith, ND

 Larry – what does the book say about Ackworth.  I saw an old map about a year ago and Ackworth was on the map.  I think there may have been a postmaster at one time too.

Marlys Hiatt

 Gary’s Comments
Yes Marlys, there was an Ackworth Post office. I think they only had mail carriers? I think they just had operators, not post masters? Your great grandfather, Harmen Albert Hiatt open the Ackworth Post office in 1901. As I have pasted below, Your relatives and my Great Grandfather, William Stokes, where all Ackworth operators and mail carriers

You are a bit younger than me, so not sure if you remember seeing the old Ackworth Post office building or not. It was located on the exact same spot where the Ackworth School was moved too, Its present location. I remember that build very well. Albert Hiatt owned the 40 acres on the corner where the Ackworth Post office was and the school is now located.
Ackworth Post Office-2


Condolences to the Allery Family
From Ginger Poitra (’65):  Belcourt, ND

Hubert Allery!  Judy, Beatrce and all Hubert’s siblings and family. I am sending my condolences to all of you for the loss of your brother Hubert it is always such a sad time for the family.  I am also sorry for the loss of all others you have lost.

A friend always,

Ginger Poitra ( class of “65 )

Hubert Allery | 1943 – 2019
Allery, Hubert
Hubert Allery
March 20, 1943 – May 13, 2019

Hubert Allery, age 76 of Rolette, died Monday at a Belcourt hospital.  His funeral will be held on Friday, May 17, 2019 at  St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Dunseith.  Visitation will begin one hour prior to service time at the church.

Hubert J Allery, was born March 20, 1943 to Frank and Ernestine Allery.  Hubert’s singing career began at a very young age.  Hubert made his debut at the age 10/11 at the Cole Harbor bar, where he entertained the patrons. The family moved to Williston, ND and Hubert was invited to sing on a weekly talent show and his singing career bloomed from there.  Hubert continued his singing career and entertained family and friends for many years.  The family moved back to Dunseith in 1961 and Hubert attended Dunseith High and graduated in 1962. Hubert was drafted into the Army in 1965  and received an honorable discharge in 1967.  Hubert later acquired his Drug and Alcohol license and opened a treatment center.  Hubert went back to school and received his degree from Valley City State and pursued his masters degree from Northern College in Aberdeen, SD.  Hubert had an antique store in Fargo, ND and later retired and moved to Rolette, ND until his passing.

Hubert passed away on Monday, May 13, 2019 at a Belcourt hospital.

Hubert was preceded in death by his parents (Frank and Ernestine Allery) Sisters: Jean Natwick and Darlene DeCoteau, Brothers: Francis (Sonny) and Clifford Allery. 

He is survived by sisters; Beatrice Raygo, Judy Azure and Jeanette DeCoteau, brothers;  Richard and Dallas Allery;  numerous nieces,  nephews, great and great great nieces nephews and many relatives.

Arrangements were with Nero Funeral Home in Bottineau.  Friends may sign the online register book at www.nerofuneralhome.net.


 ND names and places: Danielson Family

The following is a conversation between Larry Hackman (’66), Pat Danielson (’66) and Dick Johnson (’67)

Posted by Larry Hackman (’66): lmhackman@bis.midco.net Bismarck, ND

On May 13, 2019, at 9:00 AM, Larry & Marion Hackman <lmhackman@bis.midco.net> wrote:

Hi Pat

Ran across this notation in a book I have been reading about “North Dakota place Names by Douglas A. Wick”.

Is this fellow (Post Master) a relative of yours?

You do have a brother named Dan?

Just curious and for your information?

Hackman       Jarves who had surveyed the area in 1897.  The post office closed Nov. 30, 1921 with mail sent to Carpenter.
A small community near Carpenter Lake
that was named after Henri Sharpenter who actually drowned in the lake in 1888


From: Pat Danielson
Sent: Monday, May 13, 2019 10:42 AM
To: Larry & Marion Hackman
Subject: Re: North Dakota Place Names

Hi Larry,

I do have a brother named Dan. Also had a grandfather named Dan. I haven’t heard of family in the St. John area, though. My Grandpa Dan was from Vang, ND, (which no longer exists) located west of Walhalla. Thanks for asking!

I think place names are interesting. I heard that the tiny town of Vang was named after a family with the last name, Dahlvang…not sure that’s correct, but…😊 Hmmm…now I’m curious and need to check that out. Pat D
From: Dick Johnson
Sent: Tuesday, May 14, 2019 11:05 PM
To: Larry & Marion Hackman
Subject: Re: Fw: North Dakota Place Names

Larry,      Don’t you remember Dan playing basketball with Egbert and that age of guys?  He played guard and was pretty good.  Pat also has another brother named Peter and I think a little sister named Naomi—if I remember right?  Long time ago so the old memory might be foggy? Dick


On May 15, 2019, at 3:53 PM, Larry & Marion Hackman <lmhackman@bis.midco.net> wrote:

Do you remember?

From: Pat Danielson
Sent: Wednesday, May 15, 2019 6:09 PM
To: Larry & Marion Hackman
Subject: Re: North Dakota Place Names

Yes I do remember!

My brother Dan was a year ahead of me and was a good athlete. So was Peter. Dan left Dunseith when he was a sophomore — went to school at Hillcrest Academy in Ferguson Falls. He sang in choir as well as playing basketball—played on the MN Allstate team one year. Peter started high school the year after I graduated. He did a lot of music, drama, and I think he played basketball too. I missed seeing all that because I was in college by then. Naomi started high school the year after Peter graduated. She was learning to play the bassoon before our family moved away. I don’t know what else she would have done. She was talented and very bright academically. Peter, Naomi and I all have fond memories of Don Johnson. He was a breath of fresh air in our lives. PatD

Sent from my iPad


On 5/15/2019 11:52 PM, Larry & Marion Hackman wrote:

I forwarded this on to Gary and Dick.  Maybe someone else knows if there was another Danielson family in the area?

Re: North Dakota Place Names
Dick Johnson djcars@srt.com
Thu 5/16/2019 11:15 PM

Guys,      There were other Danielson families in this area.  Where Jack Peterson lived, east of where our farm is, there was a Peter Danielson who had a son named Melvin Danielson.  Melvin was married and had two sons about my age.  He moved his family to a farm near Willow City where the family stayed for the rest of their lives.  One son, Bob Danielson,  still lives on that farm and is married to Hiedi Hanson whose mom taught a few years in Dunseith.  Heidi taught in Bottineau I think.  The grandfather and grandmother Danielson are buried in the small cemetery that is in the woods about two miles east of  our farm and located in the south east corner of the old Danielson farm.  Lots of info to try to digest but there it is! Dick



Blog (778) posted on April 19, 2010

Condolences to the Schimetz family
From Lorraine Richard Nelson: Mesa, AZ

Thank you so much for all the news from Dunseith and around.. I feel so badly for Stella, she is my first cousin as I was a Richard, my dad had the service station in Dunseith when I attended high school in Dunseith. I find many memories from your web site. Thank you again.. I will be contacting Stella. Lorraine Richard Nelson..Mesa AZ.


Condolences to the Schimetz family
From Sharon Longie Dana (73):

So sorry to hear of Bryan’s passing. Thoughts and prayers are with all of you during this time.

Sharon Longie Dana(73)


Condolences to the Schimetz family
From Shirley LaRocque Wendt (59): Tukwila, WA




From Marge Longie Langan Wilcox (56)Vancouver, WA.


I saw on the game channel this week that deal or no deal was in the Philippines.


Yes, The PI does have it’s own version of “Deal or no Deal”. We get a lot of the American channels too. We get “The Price is Right”, Jeopardy, “Wheel of Fortune” and most all of the detective shows of which Bernadette is hooked on. The CSI series, I think, are her favorites.



From Ivy Eller Robert (74): Everett, WA.

Hi Gary……I received this poem from Susan Maleterre (69) today and it really touched my heart. I thought that others might like to read it as well, that is, if you want to post it!

Also, it’s kind of funny, all of these years that I have been away from Dunseith (34), my sister Julie, who lives in Bottineau, would always keep me informed with who passed away in the greater Dunseith area. But since you started this blog a few years ago, I seem know it before she does now.

Thanks again for all you do……

Ivy Eller Robert (74)



He wasgetting oldand paunchy And his hair was falling fast,

and he sat around theVFW, Telling stories of the past.

Of a warthat heonce foughtin And the deeds that he had done, In his exploitswith his buddies; Theywere heroes,everyone.

And ‘tho sometimes to his neighbors His tales became a joke,

Allhis buddies listened quietly For they knew where of he spoke.

But we’ll hear his tales no longer, For ol’Bob has passed away, And the world’s a little poorer For aSoldier died today.

He won’t be mourned by many, Just his children and his wife. For he lived an ordinary, Very quiet sort of life.

He held a job and raised a family, Going quietly on his way; And the world won’t note his passing,’Tho a Soldier died today.

Whenpoliticiansleave this earth, Their bodies lie in state, While thousands note their passing, Andproclaim that they were great.

Papers tell of their life stories From the time that they were young But thepassing of a Soldier Goes unnoticed, andunsung.

Is the greatest contribution To the welfare of our land, Some jerk who breaks his promise And cons his fellow man?

Or the ordinary fellow Who in times of war and strife, Goes off to serve his country And offers up his life?

The politician’s stipend And the style in which he lives, Are often disproportionate, To the service that he gives.

While theordinary Soldier, Who offered up his all, Ispaid off with a medal And perhaps a pension, small.. It’s soeasy to forget them, For it is so many times That our Bobs and Jims and Johnnys, Went to battle, but we know,

It isnot the politicians With their compromise and ploys, Whowon for usthe freedom That our country now enjoys.

Should you find yourself in danger, With your enemies at hand, Would you really want some cop-out, With his ever waffling stand?

Or would youwant a Soldier— His home, his country, his kin, Just a common Soldier, Who would fight until the end.

He was just acommon Soldier, And his ranks are growing thin, But his presence should remind us We may need his like again.

For whencountries are in conflict, Wefind the Soldier’s part Isto clean up all the troubles That the politiciansstart.

If wecannot do him honor While he’s hereto hear the praise, Then at leastlet’s give him homage At the ending of his days. Perhaps just asimple headline In the paperthat might say: “OUR COUNTRY IS IN MOURNING, A SOLDIER DIED TODAY.”




Tarsus School

Picture posted by Neola Kofoid Garbe: Minot & Bottineau, ND


Hi Gary,


Waiva Bergeron, Cherrille’s mother, taught at Tarsus. One day when Bottineau didn’t have school/or we were out for the year, Cherrille/her brother, Mike/Marvin Monson/I spent the day at Tarsus. it was great fun.







50 year news:

posted by Neola Kofoid Garbe: Minot & Bottineau, ND


Folks, Is Garry Counts from the class of 76 any relation to PVT Garry Counts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Counts, who entered the Army in April 1956? Gary

Counts Garry PO Box 451 Dunseith, ND 58329 (701) 263-4758   76


05/16/2019 (2704)

Happy Birthday to Charlene Pearson Woods (’67)
From Brenda Hoffman (’68): Greenville SC

Happy Birthday Year, Charlene!!! It seems as if it was just yesterday when I was knocking at your tunnel door to play with you.


Hubert J Allery (DHS ’62) Passed away.
FB Posting from Judy Allery Azure (’65):

Hubert Allery March 20, 1943 – May 13, 2019 Hubert Allery, age 76 of Rolette, died Monday at a Belcourt hospital.

 FB Posting
Judy A Azure
May 14 at 12:02 AM ·

Tonight we lost our big brother Hubert J Allery, the Lord gained another angel. My heart is heavy with sorrow. How much does a family have to go through as we lost our big sister Jean Natwick, and a few months ago our brother Clifford Allery and now our big brother Hubert Allery. God please bless my family and help us to deal with all the sorrow.

Gary’s comments.
Our condolences are with you Judy with the passing of Hubert. He will be missed.

Memorial Day Memories
Posting from Vickie Metcalfe (’70):  Bottineau, ND

May 9, 2019
Gary and Friends  of Dunseith,

At times I wonder if the true meaning of Memorial Day is lost.


Just once during childhood, t’was end of 4th grade mom drove us into Dunseith to the old city hall for a  Memorial Day program.

Prior the program, Mom  pulled  a lilac spray from the bushes by the old white school building and  pinned on my dress.

Mrs. Conroy’s fourth grade class participated in the program.

Dad didn’t come.  He  worked out.  Plastering,  except on Sundays and holidays____ when he worked the farm.

He did all the heavier lifting work, whatever his wife and his children could not do whilst he was gone.

So, my childhood  memories  of Memorial Day are of the farm carrying or dragging  fence posts from the black Ford truck up and down hills.

We  carried  oak posts through the brush  and around trees where  dad awaited with the fence postmall.  Mom hammered the staples into the posts.

Mom packed a ‘picnic’ lunch of homemade bread  and  roast beef sandwiches, cookies, coffee and koolaide.

The gloaming, brought us home place to the quiet moos and milking the cows.

Days end would find us wiggling, looking and picking ticks.

Soon across the US of A,  most will be celebrating Memorial Day.

I hope to  embrace the full meaning of Memorial Day.


I found the following   Rolette County Site.

It lists military people who lost their life far and away………


(Lilacs make me SNEEZE)

Until Later may you all  remain tick free.

Vickie L. Metcalfe


Dunseith History
Posted by Larry Hackman (’66):  Bismarck, ND


A little history lesson that maybe was posted before but my before is not as sharp as it use to be, so I thought I would send it anyway.

The neighbor let me look at a book she has, but I now have and plan to return to her as soon as I finish it.  Does that make sense Mel?

Anyway it is called “North Dakota Place Names by Douglas A. Wick”.  It lists over 3000 cities that have existed in the state and at one time all had post masters and so almost every township had a post office and some more than one.   The current official road map shows about 500 locales according to the book. What happened where did we go?  Maybe Dick knows?  Below is what it says about Dunseith.

Have a good day,





Adeline Halls Granddaughter Erica was recently named North Dakota Labor commissioner by Gov. Burgum
Posting from Vickie Metcalfe (’70):  Bottineau, ND


Gary and friends of Dunseith School

I always admired Adeline  Halls as a person and  caring educator.

Adeline Halls taught  many years at Dunseith School  primary grades with the likes of the Parrell sisters; Millie and Marie.

Mrs. Halls  grandfaughter, Erica  graduated from Bottineau High School and UND School of Law.

            And  WOW! 

Mrs. Halls granddaughter ,  Erica was recently named   North Dakota Labor commissioner by Gov. Burgum.

“Erica’s ability to approach issues with impartiality and compassion and her commitment to fairness and justice for all North Dakotans will serve our citizens well,” Burgum said in a statement.

Thunder received a bachelor’s degree in political science in 2011 from the University of North Dakota, where she also earned a law degree and Indian law certificate in 2014. She is an enrolled member of the Mandan, Hidatsa and Arikara Nation

            I believe Adeline is smiling proudly down!



Vickie  L. Metcalfe



Blog (777) posted on April 18, 2010

Bryan Schimetz

(Died April 14, 2010)

Bryan John Schimetz, 51, Bottineau, passed away in aMandanHospitalon April 14th, after a courageous 35 year battle with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Mass of the Christian Burial will be celebrated on Monday at 10:30 am at the St. Mark’s Catholic Church in Bottineau. Visitation will be Sunday from 1:00 pm until 9:00 pm with a prayer service at 7:00 pm at the Nero Funeral Home in Bottineau. Burial will be at the St. Louis Cemetery Dunseith.

Bryan was born on February 4, 1959, in Bottineau, to Louis and Stella (Richard) Schimetz. He was raised in Dunseith and attendedDunseithHigh School where he graduated in 1977. While in high school, he participated in football and basketball. After high school,Bryan was employed at Dale’s Café in Dunseith for several years as a cook. He then attended the North Dakota State School of Science in Wahpeton. In 1985,Bryan graduated, with honors, earning an Associate of Applied Science in Electrical Technology. After college,Bryan made his home inMinot where he was employed at Main Electric and Holmes Electric as an Apprentice until he obtained his Journeyman License in 1990. He continued his employment atMain and Holmes Electric as a Journeyman until 2000, when he retired due to complications from MS. He then moved back to Dunseith. In 2007,Bryanmoved to the Good Samaritan Center in Bottineau, where he was residing during the time of his death.

Bryan enjoyed fishing, carpentry, woodworking, working with horses, reading western novels, and spending time with his family. He was a beloved uncle who always had a little extra time to play with his many nieces and nephews. He also enjoyed working on small home projects for his mother and helping anyone who needed a hand.Bryanloved getting company, especially visits from family, friends, and former classmates.

Bryan is survived by his mother, Stella Schimetz (Dunseith); siblings Mark Schimetz (Rolette); Kathy (Jim) Wood (Minot); David (Katie) Schimetz (Mandan); Kim (Bill) Zorn (Upton, WY); sister-in-law, Colette Schimetz (Bottineau); and several nieces and nephews (John Schimetz, Jennifer Zachmeier, Ryan Vandal, Matthew Schimetz, Rachel Vandal, Nicole Zorn, Jackie Zorn, William Schimetz, Daniel Schimetz, Jacob Schimetz, Kaitlyn Schimetz, and Tessa Schimetz).

Bryanwas preceded in death by his father, Louis Schimetz; brother, Reid Schimetz; three infant brothers; his grandparents, George and Anna (Boucher) Richard and John and Francis (Sasek) Schimetz.



Mass of the Christian Burial: Will be celebrated Monday, April 19, at 10:30 a.m., in St. Mark’s Catholic Church in Bottineau.

Visitation and prayer service: Visitation Sunday, April 18, from 1 to 9 p.m., prayer service at 7 p.m., both at the Nero Funeral Home in Bottineau.

Burial: St. Louis Cemetery, Dunseith.

Arrangements were made with Nero Funeral Home in Bottineau.


Message/picture from Sharron Shen (59): Everett, WA.

I think it was 2002 when Mom wanted to travel home by rail. We actually stopped in Havre, MT overnight and picked up her brother, Ernest Boucher who was headed to GF. Alma, my mother and I had a great visit with Stella and Bryan. Bryan and I sat on the back porch smoking and viewing Stella’s amazing garden. Between Stella and Dale’s, I left with a load of tomatoes and train traveled back to Everett with super BLT fixings. Bryan talked of his years at Dale’s, very self deprecating. He wanted a run down on the whole Gottbreht family. I talked Boucher family history and mailed him a hard copy of all I had soon after my return. Stella said all the begats and anecdotes were great fun for Bryan. I thought I attached the picture of Alma Boucher Gottbreht, Bryan Schimetz and Stella Richard Schimetz to the note yesterday? Place an underlay of emotion to my dummie computer skills and anything can happen. That Stella is all goodness and kindness.

Thanks for all you do Gary. Sharron



Alma Gottbreht, Bryan Schimetz & Stella Schimetz




Condolences to the Schimetz family
From Roger & Connie (Zorn) Landsverk: Bottineau, ND.

To Stella Schimetz & families, So sorry about the passing of Bryan! He was a swell guy & will be sadly missed. We are sharing our condolences with all of you!! Roger & Connie (Zorn) Landsverk


The Following Newspaper Articles are posted by
Neola Kofoid Garbe:Minot & Bottineau, ND.

Evan and Andrew are members of the MDN All Area Boys Basketball Second Team; this is quite an honor. There is an entire page about the coach/first team/second team in the Minot Daily.


Is Evan related to Dennis Dobois (63)? Dennis was a well known
Basket ball player in the early 60’s.


Brian is the son of Rodney (61) and Evelyn Kalk