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1. William E. (Bill) and Glo Shemorry portrait William E. (Bill) and Glo Shemorry portrait Women; Men; Families; Portraits; Churches; A portrait of William E. (Bill) and Glo Shemorry for the First Union Church centennial book.

2. William and JoAnn Mikkelson portrait William and JoAnn Mikkelson portrait Women; Men; Families; Portraits; Churches; A portrait of William and JoAnn Mikkelson for the First Union Church centennial book.

3. Wilys Claire Lukins portrait Wilys Claire Lukins portrait Women; Portraits; Churches; A portrait of Wilys Claire Lukins for the First Union Church centennial book.

4. Congregational Church, Mrs. A. H. Nelson portrait Congregational Church, Mrs. A. H. Nelson portrait Clergy; Women; Portraits; The Nelsons arrived in Willison in December 1891. Rev. A. H. Nelson was the Congregational Church's first resident minister.

5. Congregational Church, Rev. A. H. Nelson portrait Congregational Church, Rev. A. H. Nelson portrait Clergy; Men; Portraits; The Nelsons arrived in Willison in December 1891. Rev. A. H. Nelson was the Congregational Church's first resident minister.

6. Paul and Betty Mallow portrait Paul and Betty Mallow portrait Men; Women; Couples; Portraits; Churches; Paul and Betty Mallow, members of the First Union Church.

7. Congregational Church, chancel and new pipe organ, Williston, N.D. Congregational Church, chancel and new pipe organ, Williston, N.D. Churches; Chancels; Organs; A significant "first" in the relligious history of Williston, took place early in April 1925 when a pipe organ was installed in the rear of the chancel of the Congregational Church.

8. Congregational Church old building, Williston, N.D. Congregational Church old building, Williston, N.D. Churches; The frame church was erected on the corner of Main and Fourth Street (although at that time the street was called 'Third'). The original structure, which did not include a steeple, was approximately 25x40...

9. Ladies of Williston's early days at Mary Newell's home near Williston, N.D. Ladies of Williston's early days at Mary Newell's home near Williston, N.D. Women; Children; Infants; Houses; Group portrait of some ladies of Williston's early days including Mary Newell, her friends, and many of her children. This image was taken at Mary Newell's country home near Williston. "Old Time Party...

10. Congregational Church, First parsonage,Williston, N.D. Congregational Church, First parsonage,Williston, N.D. Religious dwellings; Log buildings; It was during 1893 the first parsonage was built. This was a log structure with two rooms. But it was better than most others because it had a shingled roof.

11. First Congregational Church Men's Club portrait First Congregational Church Men's Club portrait Men; Clubs; Cooks; Men; Women; Churches; Members of the First COngregational Church Men's Club posed for their group photo in mid-November 1949 following the serving of some 600 diners who brought tickets to their annual Pilgrim Dinner. The story...

12. Congregational Church Confirmation Class portrait Congregational Church Confirmation Class portrait Churches; Men; Women; Teenagers; Clergy; Confirmations; On June 14, 1959 Rev. Cecil Leek presided over confirmation ceremonies for a class of nine.
Following this, the new confirmands posed for their picture in front of the church.
Left to right are...

13. Quartet, Williston, N.D. Quartet, Williston, N.D. Singing; Holidays; Christmas carols; Girls; Boys; Churches; Choirs (Music); Sacred music is sung by this earnest quintet which performed many times during the Christmas season and on other occasions during the mid-1950s. Left to right are Cathy Snyder, Tom Snyder, Nancy Johnson,...

14. Mrs. Robert Newell and son portrait Mrs. Robert Newell and son portrait Portraits; Women; Boys; Families; Mrs. Mary Newell and her young son, probably Chester Newell who was born December 23, 1885, appear in an early-day portrait.
Among those who remained in Williston was a Scotch family, Mr. and Mrs....

15. Congregational Church Confirmation Class portrait Congregational Church Confirmation Class portrait Churches; Men; Women; Teenagers; Clergy; Confirmations; Rev. Cecil Leek's confirmation class of 1961 is pictured following the service.
Left to right in the front row are Jan Shemorry, Susan Ahlson, Beverly McBride, Diane Haugen, Valli Nelson.
In...

16. Congregational Church Junior Choir, Williston, N.D. Congregational Church Junior Choir, Williston, N.D. Choirs (Music); Singers; Churches; Holidays; In 1961 the U.C.C. Junior Choir had its picture taken by the Williston Plains Reporter as its members practiced their Christmas songs. Those on the photo were identified, but not from left to right. Their...

17. Congregational Church Junior Choir, Williston, N.D. Congregational Church Junior Choir, Williston, N.D. Choirs (Music); Singers; Churches; Holidays; Girls; Boys; Women; The U.C.C. Junior Choir of 1956 is pictured as it sang during Christmas services. In the front row, left to right, are Susan Alfson, Alice Heat, Jan Shemorry, Nancy Johnson and Debbie Palmer. in the second...

18. Congregational Church, chancel and new pipe organ, Williston, N.D. Congregational Church, chancel and new pipe organ, Williston, N.D. Churches; Chancels; Organs; A significant "first" in the relligious history of Williston, took place early in April 1925 when a pipe organ was installed in the rear of the chancel of the Congregational Church.

19. First Union Church, Hanging of the Greens ceremony, Williston, N.D. First Union Church, Hanging of the Greens ceremony, Williston, N.D. Holidays; Churches; Singers; Choirs (Music); Boys; Girls; Men; Women; Decorations; Trees; It has long been a tradition in the First Union Church to celebrate the Christmas season during an annual worship service known to all as "The Hanging of the Greens." This photograph was taken in 1974...

20. Rev. E. H. Stickney Rev. E. H. Stickney Clergy; Sunday schools; Churches; In the summer of 1889, Rev. E. H. Stickney, superintendent of Congregational Sunday Schools in northwestern Dakota Territory, paid the first of a number of visits to Williston. He was surprised and gratified...
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