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Sebeka, pages of time : one hundred years, 1898-1998

Sebeka, pages of time : one hundred years, 1898-1998

Kilde : FamilySearch

Sebeka, pages of time : one hundred years, 1898-1998

Sebeka, pages of time : one hundred years, 1898-1998

Kilde : FamilySearch

Resultater : ARILDSEN


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operating the Progre Shoe Shop. Lars Arildsen was the local well driller and Charles Niemi was selling Goodrich Silvertown tires


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over Len Lehner's store, and Lars Arildsen drilled wells and erected Star windmills.


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Lars Arildsen and Charley James were drilling a well on the site where Mrs. Minnie


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to focus on his cafe. Mr. Arildsen, meanwhile, returned to his defense plant work in Detroit and Ida Kumpula leased


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While visiting in March, Rudolph Arildsen, Detroit, MI, learned that the Rovainens would sell their restaurant building and equipment


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September 1. That move left Rudolph Arildsen without a tenant again, his solution was to sell the building and fixtures


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partnership of Frances Smith and Norman Arildsen.


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Mr. and Mrs. Norman Arildsen leased Stelck's Eat Shop from Mrs. La Vonne Quasnick and began operating it


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position in the store and Clarence Arildsen, who had held the second position, was appointed manager.


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which they would continue. Employee Norman Arildsen went along to the plumbing and heating operation, Alice Peterson remained with the


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Nordquist. Doug Johnson. Emie Hepokoski. Norman Arildsen, Clinton Anderson, and Jerry Siegel.


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Norman Arildsen retired from the fire department and received a fireman's axe and a plaque


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rig in background belonged to Lars Arildsen. He went down over 300 feet trying to hit good water but finally


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Clarence Arildsen. Paul Sturm. Andy Komppa. Sid Hietala. and Jeff Roberts.


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1951-55 Norman Arildsen 1955-57 Wm. Mc Cormick


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1945 it moved again to Pete Arildsen's restaurant (the center portion of the current site). Rudolf Boodle" Stelck acted as


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Paul Sturm. Bemice Dieter. Rachel Arildsen. Ardelle Sidlo. Ina Peterson, and Irene Sweeney: second row. La Vonne Quasnick. Gretchen


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now of Walker, MN, with Rachel Arildsen, now of California, serving as her secretary, and Lois Koll 1979-1980. with Jean


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Vera Arildsen


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the league are the following: Vera Arildsen, Sebeka, Peggy Bondzin, Wadena, Delora Boyer.


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Bernice Dieter. Sharon Vodja. and Helen Arildsen.


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Pearson. Clarence Mattson, Sivert Nelson, Norman Arildsen, Ray Lillquist, Les Gronlund. and Bill Wilson.


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Savela. Bass - Gene Tebben. Roger Arildsen. Tom Croswell. Marjorette - Donna Mc Nurlin. Director - Harold Hultgren. Circa 1947.


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Norman Arildsen, Carl Ostlund, James Quaschnick. Robert Juntunen, Gerald Pratt, and Harold Redetzke.


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Vera farmed in Rockwood Twp. Rudy Arildsen started a meat market in Bertha but it failed. Pete moved to Bertha,


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ARILDSEN, Laurits and Katie Lauritz Lars" Arildsen and his family moved to Sebeka im 1921 from


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J. P. and Mary Jens Peter Arildsen (Pete") and his wife. Mary (Larsen), had three children: Harold, Rudy and Hazel.


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widowed mother, and Clarence and Rachel Arildsen. They remained in that house nearly 40 years, leaving it their daughter. Dorothy,


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on north Jefferson Street with Katie Arildsen, Norman's widowed mother, and Clarence and Rachel Arildsen. They remained in that house


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Katie and Lars Arildsen with their sons. Norman and Clarence.


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and Mary Jens Peter Arildsen (Pete") and his wife. Mary (Larsen), had three children: Harold, Rudy and Hazel.


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thankful for the trusty babysitter, Helen Arildsen. Both boys graduated from Sebeka High School.


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She married Harold Arildsen. another Dane. Omer married Flora Lee, Lawrence (Chuck) married Effie Pudas, Faye married


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One child. Vera Arildsen. is still alive at age 93 (in 1997).


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high school. Richard roomed at Pete Arildsen's and sometimes rode his horse to school, stabling the horse in a building


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Arildsen, Roger


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Arildsen, Rudolph 52,53


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Arildsen, Rachel 204


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Arildsen, Norman 53,89,90.94,


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Arildsen, Laurits & Katie 320p, 338


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Arildsen, Clarence 75


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Arildsen, Mr. & Mrs. Norman..53,66,