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He was raised on a farm, 7 miles west of Opheim, where his family grew grain and tended to 1,400 head of sheep.Neighbor and life-long friend, Ken Floyd, noticed Noel’s eagerness to consume all varieties of potatoes as a child & dubbed him the nickname “Spud.”Spud attended the Opheim School through his Sophomore year.Mable Jo Engstrom (4/11/1932 – 5/28/2018) Mable Jo Engstrom, 86, will be forever remembered by family and friends.Mable passed away May 28th, 2018 in Glasgow, Montana. She attended school in Medicine Lake and continued her studies for a short time in nursing in Aberdeen, SD.Agnes was born October 31, 1921 at Colgan, North Dakota to Carl E. She received her early education at Crosby, North Dakota where she graduated from 8th Grade.She worked in Sewing Room in Crosby, Continental Can Company in Chicago, Illinois and then was a hired girl for Henry and Glenda Gardner in Richland, where she met and fell in love with Frank Lasar. Agnes was a member of the Ladies Temperance Society, Nazarene Church, and then Seventh Day Adventist Church. She taught lots of children about the Lord, both at home and at church.She married Frank on November 11, 1944 at Plentywood, Montana and the couple made their home in Richland, Montana (five miles south of Richland), in a two-room house. When it came to entertaining children she was amazing perhaps because she was a child at heart. She enjoyed cross-word puzzles and other types of word games.
He had a pair of heavy, horse-hair boxing gloves that are still a thrilling memento to the family.One thing was for certain- you would always find Mable in the kitchen. The love for her family grew with every grandchild.She was a strong-willed woman and you never questioned what she thought.As a summertime job, he went south to combine with custom cutter, Art Lawrence, in places such as Texas, Oklahoma, and Nebraska.At 20 years old, Spud offered a ride home to a young lady carrying groceries.