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In Days Gone By

Kittson County Enterprise

16 June 1999

1899 - 100 years ago

Bert Newcomb returned from St. Cloud, where he has beenattending the Normal school.

Married on June 10 by O. J. Lundell, was Anton Dahlmanto Sigrid Pearson, both of Kittson County.

Wm. Inglis and Ed. West drove to Bowesmont where the lattertook the N.P. for Grand Forks to arrange for hotel accommodation for theHallock Fire Department during the coming tournament at that place. Nothingsmall about Ed. - he secured special rates at The Dacotah.

T. M. George, E. Ellis and John Shaw joined Dr. Fosterfor an outing at Lake Osakia. While there they sent home several messesof fine fish to be distributed among their friends. The account of the tripwas so tempting to some of our sportsmen that C. F. Peterson, Siv. Andersonand John Ferguson thought they too, would visit the lake. The variety caughtis bass, pickerel and walleyed pike.

1949 - 50 years ago

Mr. and Mrs. Karl Johnson, Hallock, celeberated their goldenwedding anniversary at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. andMrs. Walter Bunhus, in Kenyon.

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Clow, St. Vincent, and Mr. and Mrs. VicHerron, Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander, Stephen, and Mr. and Mrs. George Hugill,Hallock, made up a party that attended the Gunnerson-Hugill wedding whichtook place June 4 at Annandale. They also attended the graduation exercisesat Macalester College where Maurice Hugill graduated June 6.

A Ford truck owned by Roy Stewart, Hallock, suffered considerabledamage when a fire caused by a short circuit from the machine's batterycaused the blaze. The paint was scorched from the body of the truck andthe interior of the cab was burned.

Mr. and Mrs. Ishmael Rynning and sons, Lynn and Richard,motored to Winnipeg to take in the 75th celebration held in that city.

Miss Ortie McEwen is employed at the Clay Drug Store forthe summer.

Miss Loyce Jevning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Olof Jevning,became the bride of John Hoglin, son of Mrs. Sophie Hoglin Lancaster, June5.

The P. O. Hanson family moved into the house owned by RishtonBedard and formerly owned by Clifford Johnson. The Hansons have been livingin the Ruth Younggren home while she lived at Northcote with her brother.

Evangelical Lutheran Church, Hallock, was the scene ofa wedding June 5, when Miss Dale Carlson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. WilliamCarlson, Lancaster, became the bride of Wallace Rasmussen, Stephen.

1974 - 25 years ago

Gene LaDoucer, Hallock, was the winner of a quarter ofbeef, given away by the Hallock Senior Hockey Benefit.

The Loren Carlson, Kennedy, are living in the former WillardPearson house south of Hawkyard corner. Grant Bothum owns the farm. Lorenis employed as TV repairman at Diamond's furniture in Hallock.

Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Swanson, Tommy and Ann left for atwo week vacation in Washington, D.C.

1989 - 10 years ago

Wanda Cederholm and Marlyce Satterlund, joined the Enterprisestaff. Cederholm, a graduate of Bemidji State University in mass communication,is the new editor and Satterlund, a native of Hallock, is the new bookkeeper.Satterlund replaces Gail Norland, who is the new Enterprise general manager.

Justin and Donna Dagen, Springbrook Township, announcethe arrival of their son, Brooks Andrew June 10. Grandparents are Don andRoberta Cox, Cavalier, and Verniuce and Dwight Sandgren, Waskish.

1994 - 5 years ago

Pam and Hugh Hunt announce the birth of their son, Alex,born May 24. Alex has two sisters, Chelsey and Cassie. Grandparents areAllison and Clare Hunt, Hallock, and Thomas and Margie Ahmann, Foxholm,ND.

Lorie Keller, Pembina, caught a 10 lb. walleye May 31 onthe Ontario side of Lake of the Woods.

Kristi Nordin and several classmates have gone to Spain.

Nicole Albrecht advanced to Section 8A in girls track byplacing second in the long jump. Nicole also placed second in the triplejump.

ck byplacing second in the long jump. Nicole also placed second in the triplejump.