Sorry for the long delay with postings.
In the process of upgrading Windows 10, I lost all my address books. I have recovered them all now, so all is OK.
Deer Heart Lodge Pictures
From Nancy Holter: email@example.com
I came across your blog while looking for information about Deer Heart Park. My maternal grandmother grew up in the shadow of Butte St. Paul (literally). I am scanning photos from the 30s and one that caught my eye was this one from Deer Heart Park. It looks like there are 2 squirrels, dressed, in a diorama of some sort – can that be correct? Can you give me any information about the park?
My grandmother was Charlotte Fairles, daughter of Annie Fairles. Her uncles were Murrays. They lived by Butte St. Paul and Lord’s Lake.
I also have a number of photos of the dedication of Butt St. Paul Park, if you are interested. Yes Nancy, we are interested in any pictures you may have. Please send them to me. Thanks, Gary
I see you have graduation lists back to 1930, I think I may have one or two from about 1911-15. If I find them again, I will scan them for you.
Are any of you familiar with Nancy’s relatives, the Fairles family. What Murray family was she connected to?
Ruby Krause, Former Dunseith Educator, Obituary
Posted by Vickie Metcalf (’70): Bottineau, ND
Friday, July 31, 2020
Gary and Friends of Dunseith School,
Ruby Krause was well known as an Elementary educator at Dunseith Public School.
Ruby and Howard’s children all graduated from Dunseith Public High School.
Ruby ‘s faith, her family and education were very important to her.
Many Dunseith children were blessed to have Mrs. Krause as a teacher/principal.
( I worked alongside her for several years)
My sympathy to Ruby’s children and grandchildren on the loss of this fine, smart articulate lady.
Vickie L. Metcalfe