|Message||Hello. And Bye.|
|Message||I trying to locate Phyliss Vandersleiss. Her husband is Ron. I was given her name by Jan Jungjohann (Texas). I'm looking for any Jungjohann connections in USA.|
Private Message added 2010-09-04
|Message||I was looking for a friend that I served in the army with who lived in Primghar. His name was Steve Ransom. We served in Germany in the late 60's. I just wanted to say hello. I curious to find out how some of my friends from the army are doing now. If anyone knows him please pass this on. My phone is 702-325-4962, email [email protected]|
|Message||Hey Jim Thompson!|
This is your long lost cousin, grand daughter of Carney & Mary Thompson.
If you have an email address for your sister Mary I would appreciate you forwarding this to me.
Hope all is well with you and yours.
I'm a grand ma, times 3! How about you?
|Message||Just surfing came upon this site always remember coming to Primghar to see my aunt as a kid Lois Williams|
|Message||I'm looking for a Jokari set and came upon your website. If this makes sense to anyone there, please send me an e-mail. I know my son would love that old game of paddle-ball...|
|Message||I knew a kid named Randy Jacobs that I was friends with in the Military. He lived and graduated from High School in Primghar around 1968. I heard he was killed in a big rig accident soon after he was discharged somewhere in Iowa. He always ordered his clothes from a Sears catalog and I used to really kid him for it. He talked about Primghar Iowa and going home all the time. He was good friend and I lost contact with him when the military sent us on seperate ways. I live in South Carolina and think about Randy and his love for Primghar from time to time. It must be a neat little town to live in. Just thought I would share this little story.|
Private Message added 2007-03-03
I grew up visiting my grand mother in Primghar every summer. I'm glad you have a web site I can visit instead of making the travel from California. I have fantastic memories of Primghar.