Kick Ass Bread Recipes

For those of you who are bread bakers, here are a couple of recipes that are guaranteed “Kick Ass!” Recipes are in “.jpeg” format. Click on them to enlarge – then print.  Pumpernickel, Rye and/or White. Enjoy! White Bread Rye Bread Pumpernickel Bread

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Tip and Charlie Discuss Pranks

This video was taken about two months before Tip died – and, incidentally, about a month before Marcia died. It was taken over a luncheon at the Glen Oak Country Club in Glen Ellyn, Illinois by Georg Mauer. Also on the video is a bit of coverage of Andreas Mauer’s graduation – speech given by […]

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Susanne, John, Mike, Helen and Paul – ~ 1966

These are photos taken of Helen and Paul and Susanne, John and Mike back in 1966 around Christmas/New Years time. Somewhere in England Harrogate HarrogateHarrogate Helen on SS United States Helen/Paul on SS United States New Years 1967 Harrogate Helen with Lincoln Chair she Upholstered 1967 Helen and Paul on 1880 Train  General Custer Motor Lodge 1967

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Susanne Davies – More Photos

Here are some more photos of Susanne Helen, Susanne and Woody – Rotunda at USNA – Summer of 1960 John Davies and Helen & Susanne – at JFK’s gravesite – November 1963 John and Mike – Ferndale, MD – Fall of 1963 Susanne and Woody – Stapelton Airport – Denver – When Charlie left for USNA Mike and Helen […]

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William Wallace Cranston

Born in Woodstock, Ohio; Married Jennie Elizabeth Fulton 20 Mar 1866 in Urbana, Illinois; Died in Parsons, Kansas. Son of  Christopher Cranston and Irene Ward Nott Cranston. He was the brother of Charles Edward Cranston – Doc’s father. Therefore, William Wallace Cranston was Doc’s uncle. Nov 20, 1838 – Dec 7, 1907 Cranston was a Civil War Captain […]

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Photos of Helen – in the 1960’s

Helen and Paul in Edgemont Helen, Susanne and John – Liberty Bell – Philadelphia – November 1963 Helen – Tired after arriving in Ferndale, MD – November 1963 Helen – Looking at Alan Shepherd’s Mercury capsule at Smithsonian – November 1963Helen, Susanne, John and Mike – Washington, DC – November 1963Helen – Mercury Capsule – […]

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Helen and Paul Peterson

In 1960, Helen married Paul Peterson who grew up in Harding County in northwestern South Dakota. He operated a ranch and later owned the Peterson Implement Company in Buffalo, SD. He later was a banker in Edgemont, South Dakota.

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“Bess” has been published.

Bess has been published. It is HISTORICAL FICTION . . . based LOOSELY on the adventures of the real Bess.  The intent is to describe the adventures of the early homestead and the challenges faced by a young woman venturing out into the prairies of far southwestern North Dakota in the early 1900’s. Remember . […]

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