Oh, look! A "flutterby"!
Photo illustration © Virginia McCorkell; photo by Jennie Dake Horne
Ethan & Carrie Horne spot a beautiful orange "flutterby."

Updates -

UPDATE -- Ethan will be four!
by Carolyn Miller Dake
Duluth, GA

We look forward to a houseful here next weekend. Our little Ethan turns 4 and we are planning a dinosaur birthday party at Grandpa and Grandma's house. Should be a fun, full weekend.

Photo illustration © Virginia McCorkell; photo by Jennie Dake Horne
Two "flutterbies" -- a Zebra butterfly and a bright orange buddy.

UPDATE -- news from Nebraska
by Carol Dake Printz
Sidney, NE

The summer seems to have evaporated along with our scarce rainfall the past few months!

In June we returned to Idaho for the church convention we used to attend annually near Parma. It was good to see so many old friends , as well as to have a little time with Eric there. He is going to be in the Twin Falls, Idaho, area again this year. It was an unexpected pleasure to meet Ken and Ruth Kitto at Parma! They happened to be across the table from us at a meal one day, and I overheard something said that gave me a clue as to who they were. We enjoyed several nice visits after that. So sometimes it pays to eavesdrop! :>)

Cody's son Austin came in July to be with us for several weeks. He worked part-time with Cody and mowed lawn for us, so was glad to earn a little spending money. He started his first year of high school after returning home to Denver recently.

Justin, Melody and their family came for part of their vacation in August, and we went on a camping trip together to a lake about 75 miles east of us. We were saddened by the death of Melody's mother during this month also. Wade and Callie are in first grade and kindergarten now, and Amy is enjoying being an "only child" at home.

Harold's brother Dennis and wife Carol also visited us the first part of August. They are living and teaching on the Russian island of Sakhalin north of Japan. So they had interesting experiences to tell.

Cody is enrolled in the community college here in Sidney this fall. He is taking business classes and working full time.

Harold keeps busy with his work at the Co-op. He is sixty now, but doesn't say too much about retirement!

I plan to fly to Texas in September to spend two weeks visiting family and doing some painting on our mother's house with my brother Stan. I have several afghans lined up to crochet as fall and winter approach and there is time for more "inside" projects.

Harold and Carol

UPDATE -- a new home for Becky "in the works"
by Donna Johnson
Ashby, MN

Becky, Caity and I found a used mobile home for them to set up on a spot along our driveway. Beaver is working on getting the people needed to take the next steps, before we can move it in. The kids are VERY excited, as is Becky. Hopefully, it can be moved out before the snow flies!

Photo © Donna Johnson
Becky & Caity Chap check out the kitchen of their new home-to-be.

Photos © Jerrianne Lowther
My lilies, left; begonias & lobelia in a neighbor's hanging basket, right.

UPDATE -- rain, rain and more rain...
by Jerrianne Lowther
Anchorage, AK

Rain, rain, go away ... go see Beaver; he needs more hay!

Miss Kitty and I have greatly enjoyed the warm, sunny days of August this year -- both of them! Last year we teased that you weren't getting any sunshine "down south" because we locked it all up and wouldn't let it leave Alaska. This year has been just the opposite -- you've been writing about the heat and the drought ... and my container plants are drowning. The lilies love having wet feet but it won't stop raining long enough to get nice photos ... whine, whine, whine...

Well, guess who's loving the cool, wet weather -- the giant vegetables that go to the Alaska State Fair. Can you even imagine an 82-lb kohlrabi? I guess I'll just have to go see it! I'm hoping those giant cabbages don't rot in the ground ... and that the flooding in the Matanuska-Susitna Valley doesn't wash them right out of the gardens and send them floating downstream.

Photo © Jerrianne Lowther
Peonies rest heavily on retaining wall, Anchorage Garden Tour.
(Oh, to trade places with a bumblebee -- just for an hour!)

Photo © Virginia McCorkell
An elegant butterfly with gossamer wings! Isn't it lovely?

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With Donna Mae
Ashby, MN

Daycare Kids Enjoy "Summer Play Pals"

Summer play pals, getting in a little more time before the "big kids" go back to school. I will certainly miss them, as they are good help with entertaining the littler ones. These are just a few of the children I had this summer:

Photo © Donna Johnson
Ganon Heinrich & Jayce Chap on either side of car, Anissa Heinrich & Katie Hoffman in car; Caity Chap holds onto Cecilia Nelson, sitting on top of car.

Photos © Donna Johnson
Thought I'd share the weeds ... I enjoyed seeing them :-) growing on the path, bright and pretty, despite having very little rain. Hearty little things! Patio tomatoes are ripening now -- no trouble finding opportunities to share those!

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by Dorothy (Dake) Anderson
Alexandria, MN

Photo illustration © Virginia McCorkell
Carrie Horne checks the mailbag to see what's in store.

Early Deadline This Week!

We need your news by Wednesday, August 30, so we can e-mail The Bulletin on Thursday, in time for both editors to take a long Labor Day weekend with the rest of you. Your editor is going back to Springfield, Missouri, on a whirlwind vacation with Patty and Curt Henderson -- and with husband Don, of course. That frees up the Photo Editor so she can go to the Giant Cabbage Weigh-Off at The Alaska State Fair.

Bulletin #220 will be a milestone issue -- The Bulletin's 4th birthday! We are hoping to receive Updates from all the charter subscribers for use in the next few issues. (We know who you are -- all six of you!) All of you were college students then and most of you have gone on to other things now -- but this will also be a "Back to School" issue, so we hope to hear from some of the younger students, too.

Thanks for sticking with us -- we're looking forward to rolling up our sleeves and diving into a fifth year of publishing The Bulletin! See you Thursday! Write soon!

The Editors

Who Is This?

Let's Play a Guessing Game: Whenever it is handy to do so, we will run a picture of someone of the subscribers or staff members of our e-magazine. Tell us who you think it is -- we will let you know who was the first to guess it right -- and the correct guess -- in the following week's Bulletin.
(Send us some to run; we will line them up in our staging area to take their turn.) Thanks to LeRoy Dake and Ginny Dake McCorkell for sending last week's photo.

How many can you identify?

Answers to last week's mystery pictures (click here to review them):

That is our second child, Ginny (Bitzi), in person! The spindle rocker bed was borrowed from the John and Rose Miller Family.

LeRoy Dake
Blaine, MN

Photo Editor's Note: It seems that "Bitzi" was known as "Bitsy" way back then...

My guess is this little girl is none other than our "picture person," Ginny [Dake McCorkell]. I am sure she was talented way back then. (Grin.)

I really enjoyed the picture from two weeks ago. I was able to spot Daddy and several of the other Dakes and Millers. But I sure wondered who the rest were. It was a good suprise to hear it was Endresons. We got to know them pretty well when we car pooled to meeting with them after we were married and living in Watertown. I had not realized the family friendship was so long standing.

Carolyn Miller Dake
Duluth, GA

Blanche was one I knew from the week before last in the Guess -- and guessing at Robert Miller and Lenore Pfingsten -- but the baby today is an "unknown" to me.

Ruth Kitto
Apache Junction, AZ

In the night, I decided that the baby picture was LeRoy. It resembled Levi. Just now as I came to the computer after I started the dishwasher and before the routine Sunday afternoon nap, I wanted to look in the archives to find a picture of Levi that would have been the same pose as this baby picture to see the likeness to the picture. First, though, I found your letter and, you tell me it's really Bitzi, so the puzzle is solved. She does have features I could identify with Levi, and no wonder!

Betty Droel
MoundsView, MN

I have never seen the picture before and the only one I think it might look like is Ginny Dake.

Gert Dake Pettit
Howard Lake, MN

Photos © Donna Johnson
Jayce & Ben (Johnson), left; Jayce & Beaver, right.

Tractor Pull
(as experienced by Donna Mae)

Last Saturday night found Beaver, Caity, Jayce and me at the Douglas County Fair in Alexandria. This was the kids' second night, as they'd gone once, for all the rides, with Becky. Certainly feels like summer is near its end when the fair is in town! We chose to do something I haven't done for years: go to the tractor pull! One of the parents of former daycare children was pulling. He ended up placing second in his category, so that was fun!

Photo © Donna Johnson
Mike Shore tows the load to second place in his category.
(It was awfully dark for photographing fast moving vehicles.)

Tractor Pull
(as experienced by Beaver)

Our friend Christine Shores sent D an e-mail telling us that her husband Mike had built a modified tractor for tractor pulling contests, and would be at the Douglas County Fair in Alexandria on August 20. The Shores kids spent several years in day care here and Darren Shores is Jayce's good buddy. So D thought we should go see Mike pull. Being the ever-uxorious husband, I went along, thinking why couldn't Mike have taken up acting or opera singing, or something fun like that?

We got to the fair barely in time, so Jayce and I got the grandstand tickets while D scrounged some corn dogs and French fries. We couldn't see Darren and his family anywhere, so we found a place to sit behind Ben and Ashley and settled in for the show.

For the uninitiated, tractor pulling contests are held on a flat, dirt track. The tractor is hooked to the sled with a log chain, and the object is to see which tractor can pull the sled the farthest. The tractors are divided into stock and modified classes according to their weight, as a heavier tractor can pull more than a lighter one. The sled is a device with wheels on one end and a big flat sheet of iron called a skid on the other. As it is pulled along the track, a weight moves forward on the sled, transferring its weight from the wheels to the skid, making it increasingly hard to pull as it is dragged down the track.

The track is bladed and packed after every run, to give every tractor a more-or-less equal track surface. A flagman controls the action, waving a green flag when the tractor can start its run, and a red flag when the tractor stops moving or leaves the track. A marker is placed alongside the track to show where the longest run of the class ended.

This pulling contest was being run on two parallel tracks, so the action would be pretty steady.

The first tractors were pretty slow, kinda like plowing with the H Farmall when I was a kid, but I knew by the eager look of anticipation on D's face that it must get better. And it did! A Hot Farm Class tractor called Sneaky Express came flying down the second lane, spinning its tires and throwing dirt high in the air, its motor screaming as it dragged the heavy sled down the dirt track. The look of sheer joy that lit up D's face at the scream of the engine gladdened my heart!

Li'l Red Demon, Grandpa's Toy, and Grandma's Toy completed the Hot Farm class. The driver of Grandma's Toy was named Kimberly, but I'm not sure if she's really a grandma -- kinda hard to tell when she's wearing a fireproof suit and crash helmet.

The next class was Modified Tractors, with Mike scheduled to pull second. But a rumor flew through the stands that Mike was having problems with his tractor. And sure enough, we spotted his tractor still on the trailer, with a cluster of people working on it, watched by Darren. D was so disappointed!

About this time, after a long campaign to get her mother to bring her, Caity showed up to sit with us. She was so thrilled to be there and so enthralled by the action that she would barely talk to us.

I could see that D would get over the disappointment of not getting to see Mike pull. She was reveling in the tortured scream of powerful, unmuffled engines, the smoke and flames shooting from exhausts, and the dirt thrown high by spinning tires as the tractors made their runs. And through the whole show, the little stock tractors were pulling their guts out in the other lane. There was never a dull moment. I think I even saw a tear in her eye a couple of times. She was ecstatic!

The next class of modifieds was ready to run. First up was Rock Hound, making a great pull and setting a marker far down the lane.

And the best was yet to come! Mike got his tractor, "Over Budget," running in time for his second weight class. He pulled onto the track with the red Farmall, secure in his roll cage, fire suited, helmeted, and strapped into his safety harness. He hooked up to the sled, waited for the green flag, revved his engine until it seemed it could take no more, and let 'er buck! He flew down the track, throwing fine roostertails of dirt from the rear tires, engine screaming. We held our breath!

The front of his tractor passed Rock Hound's marker. Over Budget struggled for more inches, tires spinning, her motor lugging as we all leaned forward in our seats, as if we could help by pushing the sled. Would he get first place? At last, the sled won out, and Over Budget shuddered to a stop, her tires still spinning and digging dirt. The flagman waved his red flag and Over Budget idled down, still hooked to the sled, trembling from radiator to drawbar from the effort. We all leaned to the side, to try to line up the front of the sled with the marker. Not quite there! Just a few feet short! Ahhh, just one more gasp would have done it.

Mopar to Ya, Hoochee Mama, Dustbuster, and Shadow all had their turn, but none could beat Mike's pull.

All the rest was a bit of an anticlimax, although D was pretty fascinated by the big V-8 tractor in the Open Class that made its run and then caught fire. Luckily, it turned out to be just unburned fuel coming out of the exhaust. Burnin' a little alky, maybe? And I could see she loved the scream of the big V-8 Detroit Diesel that powers Flying Red Horse.

Oh, and I nearly forgot, the 4-wheel drive pickup class. One strong-pulling pickup was well driven by a girl who, halfway down the course, where most guys are so wound up that they look like they're trying to push the pickup down the lane with the steering wheel, casually fixed her hair where it had gotten a little windblown. D said that's something women do a lot nowadays -- fix their hair while they are driving.

I thought Jayce was having a good time, but then noticed that he had gone to sleep, leaning over on the jackets we had brought along. So, I'm not sure if he is as enthusiastic as D and Caity about tractor pulling. Maybe he just happened to be tired.

When we pulled out of the fairgrounds, there was Mike, right ahead of us, hauling Over Budget home on a trailer. So we followed along and stopped by his farm to congratulate him on a good pull. By then it was time to head for home and bed, where I'm sure D and Caity had sweet dreams of roaring tractors.

Here's a link to the website of Minnesota Modified Pullers. Mike's tractor isn't shown on the site yet, but you can get an idea of what some of the modified tractors look like. Look in the photo section, where there are also some videos of tractor pulls.


This link doesn't always work; I'm not sure why.

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Photo © Lori Anderson & Keith Mason
Lori & Keith, sunset along the coast at Monterey

(Northern) California, here we come!
By Lori Anderson
Irvine, CA

Keith and I have been back to work almost two weeks, but it's been tough; it's hard to get out of vacation mode. On August 7 we hit the road for a trip through Northern California and the Central Coast. One of my friends from college was getting married in San Luis Obispo, so Keith and I decided to make a week-long vacation out of it and see a few other sights along the way.

Our first stop was Sacramento, where we stayed with Keith's old roommates. We arrived just in time to help their daughter celebrate her third birthday.

After a couple of days, we headed down the coast to Monterey, where we got to take in the history of Cannery Row. But the highlight of our stop was the Monterey Bay Aquarium. The jelly exhibits were amazing! We also took the tour of 17 Mile Drive in Pebble Beach. Except for the overcast skies along the water, the views were great!

Photo © Lori Anderson & Keith Mason
Fish in Monterey Aquarium, left; the jellies were Lori's favorite, right.

After Monterey we drove down Highway 1 to reach San Simeon. Since we both majored in journalism in college, and we heard so much about William Randolph Hearst in our history classes, we had to make a stop to see Hearst Castle. We got plenty of sunshine that day, and the Neptune Pool on the estate looked amazing! That weekend we stayed in San Luis Obispo to attend my friend's wedding. It was great to be part of the festivities and catch up with other folks we knew from college.

On Sunday, we started our trek back home. But first, being an Anderson, we had to stop at Pea Soup Andersen's for lunch, and yep, we got a cup of pea soup! But on our way through Solvang, Keith spotted the best discovery of our trip -- Ostrich Land! This ostrich farm sold ostrich jerky (which Keith bought!) and let us feed the ostriches on their ranch. We had a great time!

After about 1,200 miles (round-trip) and 1,100 pictures later (we ran out of memory space or we would have taken more!), we made our way back home.

For anyone interested, we posted some more of our pictures online here:



P.S. Keith said he enjoyed the jerky, but said it tasted a little "gamey." : )

Photo © Lori Anderson & Keith Mason
Sunset along the coast at Monterey

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Gert Dake Pettit is compiling information on family members and friends of the Dake family who served in the armed forces during and after World War II.

Dennis Blackstone

Dennis Blackstone, U.S. Navy

Dennis Blackstone is the son of Foy Blackstone, who was married to Gertrude Dake (Pettit) from the time Dennis was in later elementary grades until he grew up and left home to go into the Navy.

Dennis enlisted into the U.S. Navy in January of 1968. His basic training was at San Diego, California. He served on ship in the Pacific during the Vietnam War. (We have not been able to learn any details nor the date of his discharge.)

Dennis was married to Debbie and they had two children, Dean Earl and Dante Elmo, as shown in the portrait. The marriage was later dissolved and the bottom picture shows the boys on a visit to see their dad.

Dennis, Dean Earl, Dante Elmo & Debbie Blackstone, 1984

Dante, Dennis & Dean Blackstone

Celebrations & Observances
From the Files of
Hetty Hooper

This Week's Birthdays
August 30---Jessica Ann Myron
August 30---Ethan Wallace Horne (4 years)
August 31---Devan Alexander Seaman (4 years)
September 2---Patty Anderson
September 2---Brianna Jordet
September 2---Vicki Anderson
September 2---Stanley Wm. Dake

Happy Birthday!

This Week's Anniversaries
August 28---Ken and Merna Morgan Hellevang (24 years)
August 30---LeRoy and Vonnie Thomas Dake (58 years)
August 30---Chris and Jennie Dake Horne (9 years)
September 2---Michael and Sarah Dake Steinhauer (4 years)


More September Birthdays
September 3---Jacob Mendoza Dake
September 3---Eric printz
September 3---Charles Quick
September 4---Wiley Nelson
September 5---Lori Chap Ostendorf
September 5---Genelle Mogck
September 7---Brendan Aydelotte (7 years)
September 12---Lindsay Dawn Hellevang
September 15---Carolyn Miller Dake
September 15---Shari Miller Larson
September 19---Nathanial Kurtis Seaman
September 21---Jessica Aydelotte
September 24---Wyatt Johnson
September 25---Keith Mason
September 28---Donald L. Anderson
September 30---Sheldon Swenson

More September Anniversaries
September 4---Ernie and Carolyn Miller Dake (35 years)
September 7---Tim and Colette Huseby (10 years)
September 18---Jay and Sandy Miller Smith (7 years)

September Special Days
September 4---Labor Day
September 22---First Day of Autumn

Miss Hetty's Mailbox:

Dear Miss Hetty,

Jordan had a great third birthday. We had a small party for her at our house. Jordan was very lucky and got LOTS of presents for her birthday. Below are some pictures.

Kristi Indermark
Portage, WI

Photos © Kristi Indermark
Jordan opening birthday presents, left; Jordan gets her first bike, right.

Miss Hetty Says:

A couple of weeks ago, my boss and her husband celebrated their 56th wedding anniversary -- quite a milestone! This week, her younger brother -- the one they used to call "Bubsy" -- and his lovely wife are celebrating their 58th anniversary. To LeRoy and Vonnie (Thomas) Dake, our heartiest congratulations! Keep up the good work!

Newlyweds Vonnie & LeRoy Dake, in Estes Park, Colorado, on their way to Steamboat Springs in the summer of 1949, the year after they got married.

Keep Us Posted!

Please drop Miss Hetty a line and tell us who, and what, we've missed. And how about a report (photos welcome) of YOUR special celebration?

'Many Thankse

Miss Hetty


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Good morning to you, dear editors; you have made your many readers happy today again after some quiet time with the latest Bulletin!

Last week Friday, I was excited that it was Friday and tomorrow is another Bulletin! And my "best laid plan" was to write promptly (ha) -- and report that our friend Esther (Braaten) Bruck had made that delicious dish of shrimp, crab, etc., etc. -- and it is just WONDERFUL! We and another friend, Joe Caputo, got to share in the "tasting" -- and fully agreed that I would made it soon for them. It was the first recipe I had tried -- though many were discussed as -- "WOW! must try THAT one" -- but never did....

And now another week has passed and it is Bulletin time again!

So greetings again -- with just a shade cooler days -- but lovely -- early 100's -- and like others -- need rain! Looked like a good anniversary enjoyed!

Ruth Kitto
Apache Junction, AZ

Fun to see the pictures in The Bulletin -- they made a very colorful splash! :-) I liked the Green Thumbs symbol, too. Any successful gardening on my part came from a lot of trial and error. :-)

Doris Anderson
La Mirada, CA

You three sisters-in-law surely did a great job of blowing me up in The Bulletin this time! Maybe much more than I deserved! Thanks for all the write-up, Dorothy (and Doris) ... and Doris and Janie for your photos, which were so pretty.

I am enjoying the photo book. I took it along to show Bergesons when we went to the nursery gardens last week. It was fun to show them. The trip was enjoyable even though the dry weather and heat has been hard on Bergeson's gardens.

Notice around town it's the same with others, too, who have perennials. Except for those with annuals and who have been watering, all show hurt.

Thanks to all!

Elaine Anderson Wold
Wahpeton, ND

Last Week's Bulletin Review JKL
by Betty Droel
MoundsView, MN

I watched as Roy turned over the last page of our new Bulletin, and then it was my turn. I went to my favorite chair, turned on the light, and went into that other world that you so easily slip into as you follow along in each subscriber's activities and the lovely pictures.

I guess I would title this issue "The Garden Issue," or something similar. Beginning with the most peaceful looking, delicate, rose. It was so fitting for all the heartfelt reports that have been in our former and now the latest Bulletin. I love the warm, homey, feeling we get as we read about the subscribers and their families and ups and downs.

Elaine's flowers ... represent days and hours of work to manicure the yard and carefully tend to the flowers that would seem to me to be her best friends and her greatest interest as the days come and go. She would be out there every single day trimming and weeding and planting, so I'm glad we could have an Update on that lovely yard and garden. To be admired will be her payback. Sounded pretty inviting to be sitting on that deck drinking coffee. Surely a highlight of Doris's trip.

We found out that Beaver can do anything! A beach in a box! What next? It must have taken a lot of manpower to work with that much sand, but when the kids were enjoying it so much, it would seem worth it.

Looks like the Steinhauers are really enjoying their north woods new home area, but we will see what the snowstorms bring. It gets pretty cold up there. Sounds negative, maybe I should change that to say how much they'll be enjoying winter sports soon.

Congratulations, Jason. Industrial Design will open up a whole new world for you as you job hunt and compete with the other grads job hunting ... good luck.

I can't believe how much the children have grown and changed, just since I started to follow their pictures and stories in The Bulletin. Jordan is three. Little brother Tyler will soon be stealing the show, by the looks of it.

Tyler Indermark, age 1, -- already stealing the show!

Don and Dorothy, we have been anxious for a report on your special day, a 56th anniversary. You two just do not age. Looks like you had an adoring family to help you celebrate. Trivia: what goes faster than a year when you're happily married?

Looks like Emma was an excuse for the big folks to get together and eat birthday cake. That first birthday is one to remember, and though Emma won't remember it, she'll enjoy the pictures someday. She'll say, "Mommy, were you that young once?" I recognized Donna and Beaver on that picture. Doesn't Donna look thin? We all love the Olive Garden. We usually order the salad and breadsticks.

I won't even give a guess on the GUESS picture this time. Thank you for printing the names of the one from last week, with all the old timers on. I will have to study that again with the names underneath.

We were pretty happy for a Travelogue again, and this time from the Netherlands. There is always something special about hearing from another country like that.

Was glad for a picture of Elaine in her flowers -- the one responsible for all that beauty. The lovely flowers and poem were fitting for an August issue of The Bulletin. When Labor Day comes around, we are looking at the tail end of another summer once more.

Last but definitely not least was the deer Foto-funnies ... a good picture -- wonder how Sarah got such a close up of that cute fawn?

Just 22 pages this time, instead of the 33 last time. But they were packed with newsy, interesting, items on several subjects, so once again you excelled in Bulletin #218 ... four years of Bulletins. That calls for some commemorating.

Betty Droel


Photo illustration © Douglas Anderson; photo by Sarah Steinhauer
Chester & Levi Steinhauer help Mom sort the day's mail.

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