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"Lillian is the great grandmother of Casey who is my sisters fiancé. ANd my mom does know Susie. She seems to think she graduated a few years after. Maybe she knew my Uncle Greg Maloney. He worked at the station too. My uncle Dan worked the…"
"I remember Jimmie Petersburg used to work there in the 70's and my grandma always got gas there. My grandmother, Helen Krogstad- Johnson, was good friends with Lillian Langen. Your mom's name is so familiar, I think…"
"My grandpa owned the gas station which was around since the early 50s. It's was at the south end of town on highway 75. Their home was on the north end. It was the last house. My grandma was a Lundell. My mom Maureen Maloney graduated in 67.…"
"Isn't it funny how railroad tracks and a grain elevator can bring back good memories! So your sister must have graduated with one of Ronnie and Mabel Krogstad's kids. Ronald Krogstad was my great uncle. I remember…"
"I love this. My grandpa owned Farmers Oil Philips 66. The grocery store next to the credit union is still up. Just north of where this photo ends is my grandparents Gene and Ruby (Lundell) Maloney's home. My sister owns it now. This picture is…"
"This is located on the east side of Hwy 75 about 2 miles north of Kennedy. It was a one room school house that my grandmother Helen Krogstad-Johnson attended when she was young, she was born in 1913. My 1st cousin once removed,…"
"My grandmother, Helen Krogstad-Johnson, attended school in that one room little school. I have taken pictures of it thru the years. Also was able to look inside before it totally collapsed. I am interested to see if the museum…"