(Along with some of Katharine Batke Fredrick)
In the interview of our mother, Frieda, she gives us some insights into her life in
Uncle Fred got into trouble for walking around on the roof of the barn. Another spanking! This may have been the same barn that the wild horses came into.
Uncle Ray told his daughter Bonnie that the best Christmas present, when he was a young boy, was a balsa-wood airplane and an orange!
For one Christmas, each child received 1/2 of an apple. (Their Christmas's weren't much, but a little bit was very memorable)!
We children of Raymond and Frieda remember them speaking of lard sandwiches!!! And they made them sound like they were really good!!
|Link Manifest, Page 7, Portal, ND. Click image to enlarge|
She remembered a family by the name of Hultz that had been their neighbors to the East in