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Frank Hughes (1936-2013)
In Cavalier, Thursday
Magdeline E. Reimer age 84 of Cavalier, ND died on Tuesday, April 22, 2008, at the Altru Hospital, Grand Forks, ND.
Boys team totals
MCC/T-C 311 19X X — 15 11 0
Mayville State University is pleased to announce that Tanner Carpenter of Pembina has been awarded a Freshman Honor Scholarship and the D.E. and Clara Blackorby Memorial Scholarship for the 2008-2009 school year. Tanner is the son of Jeff and Renae Carpenter of Pembina and will be a spring graduate of North Border HS. He will enroll as a freshman at Mayville State in the fall of 2008 to pursue a major in education and coaching. Tanner also plans to participate as a member of the MSU Comet football and baseball teams.
Anne M. Tillett, 77, of Cavalier, ND, died Sunday, April 13, 2008, at Altru Hospital, Grand Forks, ND. A memorial service will be held Thursday, April 17, 2008 at 2:00 p.m. at the Cavalier Presbyterian Church, Cavalier, ND. Burial in the Bathgate Cemetery, Bathgate, ND. Arrangements with Jensen-Askew Funeral Home, Cavalier, ND. Anne Marion Maxham was born July 29, 1930, at St. Johns, North Carolina to Basil M. and Mary K. (Dunning) Maxham. She grew up in St. Johns and graduated from high school at Ahoskie, NC. Anne worked as a licensed practical nurse in Norfolk, VA. On October 13, 1952, she married John Tillett at Elizabeth City, NC. In 1961, the family moved back to Bathgate, ND. She worked as and LPN at the Pioneer Rest Home, Bathgate and the Wedgewood Manor, Cavalier. John died on July 29, 1988. She is survived by her children, Anita (Ron) Storie, Cavalier, ND, Kitty (John) Johnson, Pembina, ND, JoAnne (Larry) Lupien, Cavalier, ND, Russell (Ola) Tillett, Seagoville, TX; grandchildren, James, Brian, Stacie (Derek), Amy, Erika, Jerod, Chris; step granddaughter, Marina; great grandchildren, Lexie and Gavyn; siblings, Bobby Maxham, Aulander, NC, Roselyn Phelps, Hayes, VA, Mary Bell, Disputanta, VA, and Kathy Maxham, St. Johns, NC. Also preceding her in death were her parents. Clergy: Rev. John Werth. Honorary Pallbearers: All of Anne’s Grandchildren. Music: Jenny DeMell, Soloist; Christine Hughes and Betty Irving,Accompanists.
In Cavalier, N.D., Tuesday
Grafton 2 0
NORTH BORDER 3-7,
NORTH BORDER BASEBALL
William A. ''Bill'' Henschel, Sr.
Four area teams win Junior Grand Am championship
Carpenter named to All-State second team.
Lincoln C. Edgar age 78, of Bathgate, ND died on Tuesday, March 18, 2008, at the Altru Hospital, Grand Forks, ND. A memorial service will be held on Monday, March 24, 2008, at 10:00 a.m. at the Jensen-Askew Funeral Home, Cavalier, ND. Burial in the Hamilton Cemetery, Hamilton, ND. Lincoln Cherry Edgar was born June 21, 1929, at Kyle, Saskatchewan, Canada to Alex and Norma (Eastman) Edgar. He grew up in Carlisle Township, with his aunt Dottie Eastman and uncle Allen Eastman, receiving his education at the Carlisle Township School. He served in the U.S. Army and after his discharge returned to the family farm, where he farmed the rest of his life. Farming the land he grew up on and tilling with his John Deere tractor was one of the loves of his life. Lincolns love of people was evident, in the way he liked to visit and trade old stories. Music was another passion of his, as he was Ramblin Abe in the country band Ramblin Abe and the Valley Ramblers. He performed in this band for over 50 years and was very proud of his bookings. On November 1, 1957, he married Beverly Dumas at Neche, ND. He is survived by his children, Gary (Nanette) Edgar, Frenchtown, MT; Debbie Helgoe, Cavalier, ND; Russell (Holly) Edgar and Sharon (Ted) Zaharia, all of Bathgate, ND; grandchildren, Gary, Jr., Daniel, Brandy, Christina, Tyler, Brittany, Sarah, and Justin; five great grandchildren; brother, Russell Edgar Gillanders, Kyle, Saskatchewan. Preceding him in death were his parents; infant daughter, Rebecca; sister, Elsie; and brothers, Robert and Erwin. Clergy: Rev. Tom Simmons. Military Rites: Gainer-McAndrews Post #242, Neche American Legion. Honorary Pallbearers: All of Lincoln’s Family and Friends. Music: Lon Flage, Bob Murray, Dennis Schaler, and Duane Wileman, Quartet; Cheryl Hartz, Accompanist.
Standing left to right: Bill Trenbeath, Mike Hughes, Butch Johnson, Jan Vosper Wahl, Shirley Stockton Ertz
North Dakota Class B Wrestling Tourney
Girls Basketball 1/22/2008
Class B Boys Basketball Poll 1/15/08
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N.D. Class B Boys Basketball poll January 8th, 2008