Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Photo Number 1386

Yesterdays photo and these photos are related..perhaps on several different levels.  They all came from the antique shop in Moorhead Minnesota.  They all had little slips of paper with names.  I had to purchase them all with the hope that some relatives will claim them. Max herd Class Moorhead Antiques 1938
Max herd Class Moorhead Antiques 1938 list
Max Hird, Delores Houge, Clifford Houge, Dean Bartle
Caroline Houge, Willie Bartle, Beulah Mae? Brown
Caroline and Mary Schlosser.
I believe that Willie Bartle is the William Bartle whose parents are Orville and Belle (yesterdays photo)
Max Hird Class 1939 Moorhead Antiques
Max Hird Class 1939 Moorhead Antiques list
Dean Bartle, Gail Steele, Clifford Houge, Max Hird
Willie Bartle ---- Lorraine Caron, Betty Steele, Delores Houge
----- Caroline Houge, Evelyn Steele  1939?
1942 Max leon Hird  Group moorhead Antiques
1942 Max leon Hird  Group moorhead Antiques back
1942 Max leon Hird  Group moorhead Antiques list
Front: Mary Schlosser, Imogene Stemen, ----- ,Clyde Houge, Valentine Schlosser, Bob Carow, Thurman ---, Frances Steele
Mid: Max Hird, Leo Schlosser, Gail Steele, Clifford Houge,-----, Dean Bartle
Back: Betty Steele,Caroline Schlosser, Agatha Schlosser, Lorraine Carow, Boltzer Schlosser, ----, Delores Houge, --------
1942
Thanks for stopping by.  Do come again:)
I found Max Leon Hird he is buried in the Mount Hope Cemetery near Edgeley ND.  He was born May 4, 1930 and Died May 6, 2004  He was married to Barbara Launa Ellingson Hird (1934-2005)

Info from Iggy
Lawrence Dean "Dean" Bartle (c. 1931) Brother of "Willie". Was in Fargo, ND, the husband of Naomi Yaeger worked as a teacher.

Clifford A. Houge (Oct. 20, 1930 - Dec. 17, 1995) (Find A Grave Memorial# 23681252) Son of Alvin and Caroline Houge.

Clyde Houge (c. 1935) Brother of Clifford A.

Lorraine Ida Carow (c. 1930) Daughter of Walter Henry and Ida Margaret Carow.

Robert Albert "Bob" Carow (c. 1934) Brother of Lorraine Ida Carow (Find A Grave Memorial# 23688566)

Agatha Schlosser (c. 1928)
Baltzer Schlosser (Feb 11, 1927 - May 8, 2011) (Obituary - http://www.jamestownsun.com/content/baltzer-schlosser)
Caroline Schlosser (c. 1930)
Leo Schlosser (3 Jul 1931 - 9 Feb 2001)
Mary Schlosser (c. 1934)
Valentine Schlosser (c. 1935) Lived in Fargo.


Betty Lou Steele (c. 1931) Sister of Gail
Gail Fredrick Steele (7 Feb 1932 - 27 Aug 2003) (Find A Grave Memorial# 72744482) Daughter of Lewis William and Doris Steele.
Evelyn Doris Steele (c. 1927)
James Francis "Frances" Steele (19 Jun 1936 - 29 Jun 2003) (Find A Grave Memorial# 76249187)

Imogene Stemen (c. 1936), daughter of Glenn H and Gelia M Stemen. She married James Arndt. They were married Feb. 11, 1956, in Dickey, N.D.

Beulah Mae Brown, "Mae Brown Thompson Siemers Rand" (May 19, 1925 - Apr. 24, 2011) (Find A Grave Memorial# 68909248) Her memorial has a complete obituary.

These photos went Full Circle 79 on December 30, 2013

19 comments:

  1. Goodness. So many names. These photos are treasures! Perhaps they should be in the town's historical society?

    Anyway:

    Lawrence Dean "Dean" Bartle (c. 1931) Brother of "Willie". Was in Fargo, ND, the husband of Naomi Yaeger worked as a teacher.

    Clifford A. Houge (Oct. 20, 1930 - Dec. 17, 1995) (Find A Grave Memorial# 23681252) Son of Alvin and Caroline Houge.

    Clyde Houge (c. 1935) Brother of Clifford A.

    Lorraine Ida Carow (c. 1930) Daughter of Walter Henry and Ida Margaret Carow.

    Robert Albert "Bob" Carow (c. 1934) Brother of Lorraine Ida Carow (Find A Grave Memorial# 23688566)

    I'll make an alphabetical list of all of them and keep looking.

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  2. (Unshown older sister Obituary - http://www.jamestownsun.com/content/magdalena-wald)
    Agatha Schlosser (c. 1928)
    Baltzer Schlosser (Feb 11, 1927 - May 8, 2011) (Obituary - http://www.jamestownsun.com/content/baltzer-schlosser)
    Caroline Schlosser (c. 1930)
    Leo Schlosser (3 Jul 1931 - 9 Feb 2001)
    Mary Schlosser (c. 1934)
    Valentine Schlosser (c. 1935) Lived in Fargo.

    x-Becky Steele (Betty?)
    Betty Lou Steele (c. 1931) Sister of Gail
    Gail Fredrick Steele (7 Feb 1932 - 27 Aug 2003) (Find A Grave Memorial# 72744482) Daughter of Lewis William and Doris Steele.
    Evelyn Doris Steele (c. 1927)
    James Francis "Frances" Steele (19 Jun 1936 - 29 Jun 2003) (Find A Grave Memorial# 76249187)

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    1. yes Betty..my mistake I corrected her name. Yes if no one shows up for these photos I will contact the LaMoure County Historical Society.

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  3. Having spent some time looking at these "children" I want to say one thing - I am astonished and amazed by how many of them are veterans. A large number of them served in the Air Force or Army and several are buried in Veterans Cemeteries. This town should rightly be proud of its citizens.

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    1. Is there a special database available for veterans?

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    2. Found this today:

      http://www.fold3.com http://blog.fold3.com

      http://www.militaryindexes.com

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  4. Precious fotos! Also like the kid's handwriting. I think it's a great idea with the Historical Society. Thank you.

    For me, as a German, it is interesting to read about so many German family names. The traces to the past generations...

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  5. Imogene Stemen (c. 1936), daughter of Glenn H and Gelia M Stemen. She married James Arndt. They were married Feb. 11, 1956, in Dickey, N.D.

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  6. Beulah Mae Brown, "Mae Brown Thompson Siemers Rand" (May 19, 1925 - Apr. 24, 2011) (Find A Grave Memorial# 68909248) Her memorial has a complete obituary.

    http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gr&GRid=68909248

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  7. Interesting photos and great info provided.

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  8. I am going to have to check out Beulah Mae Brown as that one of my main family names. It really so great that your friends do this research. I am interested in the photos but I do keep watching for family names.

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  9. In the third photo, there is a small cross in the left window visible. I wonder what that is- does anyone know? I suppose this is the schoolbuilding.

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    1. Just a guess but it could have been a First Aid training site. During the 1930s people were trained in emergency First Aid because of Car Accidents. :)

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  10. Super find. Hope one of those kids is located.

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  11. Max Leon Hird's obituary -

    http://www.inforum.com/event/obituary/id/52221/

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  12. I emailed Jeri (Max Hirds daughter) She does not want the photos.
    Hi Connie,

    Yes, my dad is Max Hird who is in some of the photos. The cursive is my mom's handwriting. I don't think I have any further information than what you already have found.




    As a photographer himself as well as a geneology buff, my dad was interested in identifying people in photos as you are. He would have loved your blog. Thanks for the walk down memory lane.

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  13. My name is Erin (Hird) Taylor. I am Jeri's neice, my father Collin was Max's youngest son. If you are still looking to return these photos to family I would love to have them. I was just randomly googling my grandfather's name when I came upon your blog. Please email me at airyn1@gmail.com.

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    1. I will send you and email Erin Thanks for leaving a comment:)

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  14. I mailed these photos to Erin on December 17, 2013

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Hi, Thanks for the comments, your input on these old photos is appreciated! I don't do awards, award me a comment! English only please! This is a word verification free blog. I can no longer accept anonymous comments.
Connie