Happy Birthday Leona (Lee) Hosmer: Wilsonville, OR
Happy Birthday Joan Tremblay Johnson (DHS ’79): Dunseith, ND
Happy Birthday Neola Kofoid Garbe: Minot & Bottineau, ND

Replies from Ginger LaRocque Poitra (65): Belcourt, ND
Renee (St.Claire) Salmonson,
I am very sorry to hear of your illness, I will say a special prayer for
you that all will be healed and never return. God bless you Renee

Ginger (LaRocque) Poitra

Pete Gillis
I am very sorry that your cancer returned, hope all goes well with the
chemo. I will say a special prayer for you as well that you also will be
healed. God bless you Pete

Ginger(LaRocque) Poitra

Picture From Martha Lamb Schepp (68): Newburg, ND
This is a beautiful picture. I am assuming this is your family? To be honest, the only one I recognize in this photo is you. You have not changed. The guy sitting on the sofa is a resemblance of your Dad, Floyd Lamb, so I am assuming he is your son?
Please identify so we can re-post with all the names.

Larry Hackman (Hienie Haircut)

Reply from Dick Johnson (68): Dunseith, ND
Gary and Friends,

In reply to Larry Hackman about my hienie haircut. He doesn’t
believe it had an effect on the girls. I just thought I would send some
proof of the appeal it had. Larry, I had it figured out by the time I
was 3 years old. Larry had all that dark curly hair that he thought was
so nice, but I remember him having to play marbles by himself. I used
to feel so sorry for him off in the corner of the play ground while
those of us with heinies were right in the thick of things. I saw Larry
several times in the last couple years and he still has lots of that
dark curly hair—still no heinie! It wasn’t booster cables, Larry, it
was the haircut. That’s Patty Fassett in the pictures. She wasn’t too
sure at first but later she even liked me with patches on my pants.
See, Larry, it had to be the haircut. Thanks Gary!


Joke of the day
Posted by Randy Flynn (70): Happy Valley, OR.

A blonde goes to the Post Office to buy stamps for her Christmas cards.

She says to the clerk, “May I have 50 Christmas stamps?”

The Clerk says, “What denomination?”

The blonde says, “God help us. Has it come to this?

Give me 22 Catholic, 10 Lutheran, 8 Presbyterian, and 6 Baptists”