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1. William E. (Bill) Shemorry and turkey William E. (Bill) Shemorry and turkey Men; Turkeys; Farms; Huts; Hats; Bill Shemorry holds a turkey while having his photograph taken, somewhere in North Dakota, likely in or near Williston.

2. Plainsman Hotel chef Palmer Klug, Williston, N.D. Plainsman Hotel chef Palmer Klug, Williston, N.D. Cooks; Aprons; Hats; Knives; Turkey; Kitchens; Men; Cookery; Cooking utensils; Hotels; Restaurants; Palmer Klug, chef, poses with a knife, about to cut a turkey, in the kitchen of the Plainsman Hotel in Williston.

3. Plainsman Hotel chef Palmer Klug, Williston, N.D. Plainsman Hotel chef Palmer Klug, Williston, N.D. Cooks; Aprons; Hats; Knives; Turkey; Kitchens; Men; Cookery; Cooking utensils; Hotels; Restaurants; Palmer Klug, chef, poses with a knife, about to cut a turkey, in the kitchen of the Plainsman Hotel in Williston.

4. Plainsman Hotel chef Palmer Klug, Williston, N.D. Plainsman Hotel chef Palmer Klug, Williston, N.D. Cooks; Aprons; Hats; Knives; Turkey; Kitchens; Men; Cookery; Cooking utensils; Hotels; Restaurants; Palmer Klug, chef, cuts into a turkey in the kitchen of the Plainsman Hotel in Williston.

5. Woman and turkeys, N.D. Woman and turkeys, N.D. Farmers; Women; Turkeys; Barns; Carts & wagons; Meadows; Croplands; A woman poses on her farm for a portrait. A large turkey can be seen on the ground in front of her. A barn is visible in the background, and a wagon wheel can be seen on the right in the photograph.

6. W. H. and Emma Shemorry carve turkey, Williston, N.D. W. H. and Emma Shemorry carve turkey, Williston, N.D. Holidays; Dinner parties; Eating & drinking; Dining tables; Dining rooms; Food; Beverages; Tableware; Tablecloths; Men; Women; Carving; Tables; Interiors; W.E. and Emma Shemorry carve a turkey for a holiday celebration.

7. First Union Church turkey dinner, Williston, N.D. First Union Church turkey dinner, Williston, N.D. Eating & drinking; Turkey; Holidays; Men; Women; Churches; Tableware; Neckties; Eyeglasses; Men and women gather around the serving table at a turkey dinner at the First Union church in Williston.

8. 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...

9. Williston Junior Chamber of Commerce Bosses' Banquet, Williston, N.D. Williston Junior Chamber of Commerce Bosses' Banquet, Williston, N.D. Left to right: P.I. Dahlen, Artie Kittelson and W.E. Shemorry who were snapped in the midst of a skit "The Russian Ambassador to Turkey." An honorary member, W.G. Owens, Walter Hagen and across the table,...

10. David Robb eating Turkey, Williston, N.D. David Robb eating Turkey, Williston, N.D. Boys; Turkey; Eating & drinking; Tableware; Tables; Holidays; Here's what eventually becomes of the Thanksgiving turkey... Pictured is (at that time six-year-old) David Robb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Robb, who not wishing to be caught short on Thanksgiving Day,...

11. Williston Jaycees Turkey Bingo Games Winner, N.D. Williston Jaycees Turkey Bingo Games Winner, N.D. Men; Turkey; Awards; Organizations; Games; Bingo; Victories; Hats; In the year 1956 the Williston Jaycees held their annual fund raising Turkey Bingo Games and offered a live 40 pound bird as a door prize. The photo was originally published in the Williston Plains Reporter...

12. Williston, Once the Turkey Capital, N.D. Williston, Once the Turkey Capital, N.D. Turkeys; Trees; In 1934, despite the drought and economic derpression which prevailed, Williston was the capital of a huge turkey raising empire.
The big girds were a good cash crop. However, they were not the easiest...

13. Women of the Moose Banquet, Williston, N.D. Women of the Moose Banquet, Williston, N.D. Organizations; Banquets; Men; Women; Turkey; Flags; Tableware; Eighty people were present in the Williston Moose hall in November when the Women of the Moose hosted a turkey dinner with all the trimmings. Following the banquet, I.C. Cartwright and Elwood Adams responded...
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