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Box 217

1 Scrapbook, with alphabetical listing of Bill Shemorry “Nostalgia” articles and dates. “Nostalgia” Stories by Bill Shemorry in Dakota View, from August 2, 1984, to August 14, 1986
Aeronautics - - Flying got Bud into Arab incident 7-10-86
Bell, Mrs. Came West 1-23-86
Bicycles & Pioneers 12-19-85
Burdick, Quentin, Mayor 1 day 8-31-84
Burdick, U., Challenge in ring 1-10-85
Burdick, U., & Herefords 11-28-85
Burdick, U., Sells to French 2-13-86
Burdick, U., Terrorists 4-4-85
Burgess Family Arrives Here 7-25-85
Burgess, Shorty Watched 8-1-85
Burns, Lem, Original Settler 8-22-85
Burns, Lem, Settlers with OH 8-29-85
Burns, Lem, Old West Gone 9-5-85
Businessmen and Farmers
Pioneers wore different hats 7-24-86
Busin’smen followed ranchers 7-31-86
Canfield, Dorothea, flyer 2-27-86
Carlson, Gus, Tailor 12-13-84
Cherry, Mrs., milk Farm 7-11-85
Christmas, Spirit of 1953 12-20-84
Christmas, Soldiers’ canteen 12-26-85
Colwell, Matt, Zahl Mailman 3-6-86
Colwell, Matt, Part 2 3-14-86
Cowboy Sam Headed West 11-21-85
Cusick Springs, Battle of 3-14-85
Davidson, Bill, Built Career 10-10-85
Davidson, Bill, Beats Drouth 10-17-85
Edward VIII & Wally Simpson 5-8-86
Erickson, Carl, Sodbuster 4-24-86
Erickson, Carl, Lynching 5-1-86
Farm Rally of 1973 3-28-85
Fire Truck, New, 1930 11-14-85
Hanson, Oscar, Many Trades 7-18-85
Heen, Lem, New Life 2-7-85
Heen, Lem, Best of 2 worlds 2-14-85
Hellen, Carl, N.D. Survivor 4-25-85
Homesteading Stories -
Homesteaders, 1900 lively 9-12-85
Pioneering Not Easy 7-3-85
Jaycees 50 years old 10-11-84
Jaycees, projects 10-18-84
Jaycees, hosted many events 10-25-84
Jaycees, depleted by WWII 11-1-84
Johnson, Chuck, Chance brings back memories 6-6-85
Lawyers Scarce in 1880 1-17-85
Lawyers Here in Droves 1-24-85
Lawyers Courtroom Fun 1-31-85
Legion, American, Con. 1933 6-12-86
Legion, American, Nixon here 6-19-86
Lind, “Iron Man” of Epping 1-9-96
McKenzie, Alex 5-29-86
Memorial Day, Some Didn’t Ret. 5-30-85
Moses, Isa, Chief of Police 1-3-85
Mosquitoes here before town 7-17-86
Music Came Early 5-16-85
Newspaper Stories
Frontier Scout 3-21-85
Little Mac, Printer 10-24-85
Moving press difficult 8-7-86
Publishers were varied 9-19-85
Odd Fellows 100 years old 4-11-85
Old Fellows in Custer battle 4-18-85
Oil Stories
Money doesn’t flow (scoria) 1-30-86
Night Oil was discovered 4-4-86
Thom Predicted 4-4-86
Oil & Gas Journal 4-4-86
Oil Feature Anecdotes 4-3-86
P.E.O. History 5-23-85
People, Place Names 3-4-85
Petty’s Turkish Remedies 5-15-86
Pigeon Toed Kid 2-20-86
Plainsman Hotel, Building of
Took lots of effort 3-21-86
Plans sparked battled 3-27-86
Things moved fast, history 4-10-86
Prohibition, Residents
Got Around It 8-14-86
Railroad Stories
Williston RR Town 7-5-84
This used to be RR town 8-2-84
Passenger Jumps Air Gun 5-22-86
Rain, Advertising For 8-8-85
Ray Deer Hunt 12-12-85
Riverboats Thrive 1-2-86
Sikes, Johnny, Pugilist - -
Powerful Left 8-9-84
Sledge Hammer Left 8-16-84
Loses In Seattle 8-23-84
Snowden Bridge --
Old Bridge Part of Area Life 9-26-85
Murder Mars Bridge Building 10-3-85
Socialist Meetings -
Socialists at Fairgrounds 9-20-84
Debs, Eugene, speech 9-27-84
State Map Changed 9-13-84
Storm of 1907 (Tornado) 6-13-85
Summer in January 12-27-84
Sunday Closing 6-5-86
Sunday Movies Won 5-2-85
Teeth Lost in Park 1-16-86
Tioga Fire Dept. 75th Anniversary 6-26-86
Tioga Fire Department Has Come Long Way 7-3-86
Uhlman, Thad, Rancher 12-5-85
Veterans, War, of Williams County 8-15-85
Wildrose Town --
Town Blooms 6-20-85
Town Moves 6-27-85
Wilkinson, Lily, Biographical 10-4-84
Williston, Rough City 5-9-85
Women, Pioneer 10-31-85
Women, Pioneer, Hardships 11-7-85
Winter In North Dakota --
Cold, How Cold Was It? 2-6-86
Snow Storm Not All That Bad 4-17-86
World War I --
Last Vet, Maurits Dahl, P.5 5-30-85
Shemorry, Ed, Diary 11-8-84
Shemorry, Ed, Blue Christmas 11-15-84
Shemorry, Ed, Getting to war 11-22-84
Shemorry, Ed, Fierce Attack 11-29-84
Shemorry Ed, Hospital 12-6-84
World War II is Over 8-15-85
Zahl, Doc, Buffalo Hunter 2-21-85
Zahl, Doc, Straight Shooter 2-28-85

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