Had a birthday today.
I hope this note finds you with your air conditioner working?
Ours sure is.
It has been and continues to be refreshing here in the Dakotas.
Tim Martinson or somebody up north must of forgot to turn their conditioner off.
Enjoy your warmth,
Have a good day,
yrs ago of a stroke. They have four children Shelly lives in San Diego,
Arizona. Glenn has no family alive. The Family all live in Leeds and Harlow.
The young man you were asking about is Sonny (my brother, married his mother
and adopted Sonny
while he was in Vietnam. Sonny became a professional boxer, He now lives in
Bismarck with his wife and 2 kids and works in pluming.-
I do know your Mother, If I can help you any more just let me know. Its been
nice talking to you—Shirley
From: “Randy Flynn”
Subject: Groff’s Bellingham
I recently read Gary Stokes’ missive where you provided the
name of your sister Pat. My name is Randy Flynn the son of
Minnie (Knox) Flynn, I did not know Pat but I did work for
Glenn Groff one summer (1971) custom combining. I am curious
to know about the Groff’s family.
I believe Glenn brought 2 or 3 boys with him. One boys was
possibly named Seaholm and a fiend of his son. I believe a
younger son also was on the trip.
Thank you for any information you can provide.
Memories from Ron Longie (65):
When it gets snowy and colder than H___ , I remember going across the field behind Hetley’s house headed for the gravel pit to jump off the top of the cliff and into the snow drifts that used to accumulate there. I could spend all day in the cold and snow then and never want to come in, we would also shovel the snow off willow creek behind the stock yards to play hockey we would have a bonfire on each end to get warm, man O man what a way to grow up I loved it then, and now even more in my memories also going to Lake Shooty to skate with my dad holy cow he could skate what a fine place to grow up, and look back with pride and be grateful for spending my childhood in Dunseith, ok-ok I’m going take care all.
Dave Slyters (70) Reply to Bill Hosmer (48) & Gary Stokes (65):
Thank you so much for the story about our dad Freddie Hiatt. That was pretty special. I don’t know if you know this or not but your dad was the Slyter boys guardian for many years. He would over see our spending for cloths and things like that, out of his store. Always enjoyed going into their store. He was always so nice to us. �
I am glad that you have such a beautiful place to live. I will try and remember you as I pass by on the ninth hole of the golf course. ha So that must be pretty convenient to have a golf course so close by
Wow that is a whole lot of water around your house. ha Do you know how to swim? I hope your house is on high land. ha Thanks for the invitation. That probably be something to look into in the future. Stay safe.
Thanks for the tribute and the prayers.�
communicated with him by mail after he made a short visit to Dunseith
and surroundings a couple of years ago. If anyone else needs to know
my phone number it is 520 750 0170. At home at Metigoshe it is 701 263
4499. I’ll leave here in May for the hills of home. You ought to
find a way to have us subscribe for and pay for all this service you
accomplish way out in Cebu. Bill
Got a letter today from Lois from Bottineau, ND. She said it was 27 below on her thermometer, but could have been colder because that’s as low as her’s goes. Tucson never felt better.