Section 20


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John and Elna
Relative Families
Family Photos
Family Stories
Family Recipes
Reunion News


The links below take you to web sites that you may find both touching and informative.  Entertaining, in some cases, as well.  Click on a link to go to a site in a new page.

Cooperstown High School Class of 1956.

Web Site

The Dahl families are well known in the Cooperstown area.  One of the descendants from one of those families maintains an excellent site that contains historical information about North Dakota.  The link below take you to the Griggs County section of that site.

City of Cooperstown's web site.

For those of you who like lefse, or wonder what it is, this site will be a treat.  There are some real good links on this site too.  Yah sure, you betcha!  Buy the way Bud Johnson makes the best lefse, but he uses Lorraine's recipe.  Deciding who can take proper credit is beyond the scope of this web site.

Want to order some lutefisk or find out more about this delicious treat?  Hold your nose while you click on the link!  Uffda!!

Olsen Fish Co.

You can use this site to check the weather in Section 20 Country.

This link is being put in so that Lorraine Johnson, a Norske flika, doesn't feel too left out by all the attention being given to things Swedish in this site.

Sons of Norway

This is a link the Marilyn Fischer passed along.  It's a Swedish link to a Web site that contains interesting information about where the earliest Helgstens came from.


If you are into small town America nostalgia, specifically Cooperstown nostalgia, a Cooperstown native, Al McCulloch, CHS Class of '59, has put together a wonderful little web site you will love.  As Al says in his site, "BE PATIENT THIS IS SLOW DOWNLOADING, SIT BACK, RELAX, POUR YOUR FAVORITE BEVERAGE, GRAB A TISSUE AND HAVE A LOOK."  Be sure to turn up your computer's audio volume too.

Take a look at his business web site as well.



Another wonderful piece of Cooperstown nostalgia has been written by a member of Cooperstown High School Class of 1956, Edsel Thomson.  Click here to read it.


The person who does this web site also does this one.

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Page updated on 09/04/2006.