Erie News
1933 Hunter Herald

February 17, 1933

Wm. Dickson Dies At Fargo
A patient in a Fargo hospital since Nov. 22, William Dickson, 45, Erie, N. D., farmer, died early Tuesday, following an extended illness.
Surviving are his widow, two daughters, Betty, 11, and Lois 7. A sister, Anna J. Dickson, Excelsior Springs, Mo., and two brothers, Kerney and George, both of Erie, also survive. Funeral services are not definite, but they will be at Erie.
--Fargo Forum

August 25, 1933

Leo Ries of Erie Passed Away
A solemn requiem mass was sung Wednesday in St. James Catholic Church in Page for Leo Ries, 25, resident of Erie all life, who died following an operation in a Fargo hospital Monday.
Father Patrick Reddin, pastor of St. James, was celebrant at the mass with Father Timothy Reddin, Sheldon, deacon, and Father Wiedman, Hope, Subdeacon. Burial was in the Catholic cemetery at Casselton.
Ries, who was employed by his father in the general merchandise store at Erie, was born in Erie Aug. 29, 1908, and attended school there. He was a member of the Knights of Columbus.
Surviving in addition to his father, Frank, are three brothers, Lawrence, Albert and James, all at home, and two sisters, Mrs. W. A. Dorrance, Ayr, and Virginia, student nurse in St. John's hospital, Fargo.

November 24, 1933

Born to Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weber of Erie Wednesday, Nov. 22, a girl.

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