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From: Lonnie E. Vessell [SMTP:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Thursday, April 22, 1999 11:09 AM
Subject: [ILRANDOL-L] Fw: Turn On Your Lights!
"If it is to be-It is up to me"
----- Original Message -----
From: Dennis Brand <dennis(a)startext.net>
Sent: Thursday, April 22, 1999 8:17 AM
Subject: FW: Turn On Your Lights!
> I think that Pat has a good project here.
> Pat Wanoreck wrote:
> > Dear Friends,
> > I am so very sad in heart and soul for this latest tragedy as
> > I know each of you feel, also. We as a group have got to find
> > a way to fix whatever is wrong with our children.
> > Put on your thinking caps and let's see what the American Legion
> > Auxiliary can do for our Children, Our God and Our Country.
> > Love, Pat
> > >>
> > >> Turn On Your Lights for America
> > >>
> > >> As I was driving to work this morning I passed by an elementary
> > >> noticed that the flag had been lowered to half-mast in memory of the
> > >> students and their families in Littleton, Colorado. What a wonderful
> > >> gesture that simple act is. But, I thought to myself, what can I do
> > >> show others that I too am deeply affected by this tragedy.
> > >>
> > >> Turn on a light. Turn on my headlights. Turn on my porch light. But
> > >> I get this message to others? Use the Internet. I*m sending this
> > >> to everyone on my email list and am asking that you do the same.
> > >>
> > >> I am going to turn on my headlights on Friday morning on my way to
> > >> on Saturday as I run my errands and especially on Sunday as I go to
> > >> place of worship. I'm also going to turn on my porch lights on
> > >> Saturday and Sunday night.
> > >>
> > >> I'm going to turn on my lights for the families in Littleton to show
> > >> that I care about them, that I feel the pain and hurt and heartache.
> > >> going to turn on my lights for what is right about this country. I'm
> > >> to turn on my lights against the darkness, the anger and the
> > >> hope you will join me. One light is not much but put them together
> > >> can light up the world.
> > >>
> > >> Turn on your lights ** show that you stand for what is right about
> > >> And as you turn on your headlights and porch lights this weekend;
> > >> the light in your heart and soul. Show the world that this is not
> > >> America is all about. With your light shining bright, along with
> > >> we can come together (if only for a brief moment) and combat the evil
> > >> confronts us all.
> > >>
> > >> Please pass this email on to everyone on your address list. Lets see
> > >> can get this message to everyone across this great country before
> > >> morning and lets use the Internet for what it was intended - good.
> > >>
> NDRAMSEY-D Digest Volume 99 : Issue 4
> Today's Topics:
> #1 Where is... ["Dan Norgard" <dnorgard@lankaster.]
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> Has anyone ever heard of "Rudser Divide"? I found references to it in some
> 1910 documents but not a location other than it is somewhere in ND. My
> Rudsers were in Devil's Lake in the 1870s to the 1910s so I thought this the
> natural place to start.
> Thanks, Dan
Dan: Checking the USGS. I find no Rudser Ridge. I did find in North
Dakota, a Rudser Church. It is just inside Divide Co. in a triangle
with the towns of Hanks and Alamo, in Williams Co. The nearest town of
any size is Grenora. Latitude 483859N, Longitude, 1034000W
Mac McDonald in CA, damnit
Has anyone ever heard of "Rudser Divide"? I found references to it in some
1910 documents but not a location other than it is somewhere in ND. My
Rudsers were in Devil's Lake in the 1870s to the 1910s so I thought this the
natural place to start.