Description: Photograph of a large group of people gathered around a long rectangular table that has been covered in a white table cloth. Several cups and silverware can be seen on the table, as well as a few decorative floral arrangements and a coffee pot near the center. According to accompanying information, they are in the "Meeting House." Two windows can be seen in the back as well as an open doorway on the far left. They are dressed in formal attire. The women wear dresses and the men wear suits with dark slim ties. There are four individuals on the far left that are near the table but not near enough to be part of the group. These have been identified, from left to right, starting with the woman on the far left who appears to be scratching her head, as: Dorothy Harton, Verner Harton (his whole face is covered by the women in red), Leo Allenson (next to him), and Alton Nelsen (the man smiling in the back wearing glasses). Again, from left to right, starting with the man in the light-blue, short-sleeve shirt, they have been identified as: Gunnar Thyssen, Arlene Thyssen, Laverne Harton, Johanna Allenson, Ester Knudsen Hutson, Glen Huton, Emma Christensen Ladwig, Herbert Ladwig, Gay Lynn Nielsen, Donald Nielsen, Mary Jean Nielsen, Mark Nielsen (the child peeking out from the table's edge), Arnold Juhl, Margaret Juhl, Hilda Michaelsen, Carl Michaelsen, Mrs. Moller, unknown, Pastor Erik Moller, Bob Holland, Evelyn Holland, Al Wind, and Joyce Wind.
Item Type: Photograph
Partner: Danish Heritage Preservation Society