1/10/2013 (1690)

No Blog Yesterday
 
For the record I did not get a blog posted yesterday
 
Gary
 
 
Happy Birthday Diane Berg Rheault (DHS ’79):  Moorhead, MN
 

No Blog Yesterday
 
For the record I did not get a blog posted yesterday
 
Gary
 
 
 
      Happy Birthday Diane Berg Rheault (DHS ’79):  Moorhead, MN
                                      
 
Happy birthday Dwight Coleman: Dunseith, ND
        
                      
 
        Happy Birthday Larry Liere (DHS ’55): Devils Lake, ND
 
                                   
 
Deborah Wenstad Lynn Slyter (DHS ’72)
(Died January 7, 2013)
 
 
 
To the Debbie Wenstad Slyter Family
From Sharon Longie Dana (’73):  MIssoula  MT
 
I was friends with Debbie in high school and have great memories of her. She will be missed. My heart goes out to all of you. Donna, hugs my friend.
 
 
                   
Williams Photo correction.
I really goofed when I posted Lois Williams picture and labeled it Lisa. The sad part is I made the same error last year. Lois and Lisa, I am so sorry for that error. I have pasted you three sisters pictures below that had birthdays on January 8th.
 
Gary
 
 
 
Red Kester
Reply From Lloyd Awalt (’44): Bottineau, ND 
 
Cheryl.  I knew your dad when he first came to Dunseith.  We lived across the street from his mother and brother. My dad [John Awalt ] and Red were very close friends. My dad had the dray line so they both drove trucks in the winter.  When it snowed they would drive around town and open up the streets.   You probably know Theresa cote [Awalt] she stayed at your place going to school. Red and dad ran the Friday night  dances at the city hall. I could tell some stories but enough for now      Lloyd Awalt
 
 
Guy Knox family in about 1970
Guy and Lola Millang Knox with daughters Luann, Julie and Donnet
 
 
                        Guy and Lola Millang Knox
 
 
 Joke of the day
 Usk, WA & Hazelton, ND

Two women were sitting next to each other at a bar. After a while, one looks at the other and says, ‘I can’t help but think, from listening to you, that you’re from Ireland .’

The other woman responds proudly, ‘Yes, I sure am!’

The first one says, ‘So am I! And where about in Ireland are ya from?’ 

The other woman answers, ‘I’m from Dublin , I am.’

The first one responds, ‘So, am I!! And what street did you live on in Dublin ?’

The other woman says, ‘A lovely little area. It was in the west end. I lived on Warbury Street in the old central part of town.’

The first one says, ‘Faith, and it’s a small world. So did I! So did I! And what school did ya go to?’

The other woman answers, ‘Well now, I went to Holy Heart of Mary, of course..’

The first one gets really excited and says, ‘And so did I! Tell me, what year did you graduate?’

The other woman answers, ‘Well, now, let’s see. I graduated in 1964.’

The first woman exclaims, ‘The Good Lord must be smiling down upon us! I can hardly believe our good luck at winding up in the same pub tonight! Can you believe it? I graduated from Holy Heart of Mary in 1964 me self!’

About this time, Michael walks into the bar, sits down, and orders a beer.

Brian, the bartender, walks over to Michael shaking his head and mutters, ‘It’s going to be a long night tonight.’

Michael asks, ‘Why do you say that, Brian?’

Brian answers, ‘The Murphy twins are drunk again.‘