North Ogden Elementary school faculty from 1964: Front row, Mrs. Storey, Mrs. Kump, Mrs. Bergout, Mr. Feitkau, Mr. Tams, Mr. Jensen, Mr. Blanch; second row, Ms. Cragun, Mrs. Woods, Mrs. Yorgason, Mrs. Chadwick, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Manning; third row, Mrs. Chatelain, Ms. Woodbury, Mrs. Shaw, ?, Mrs. Wagner, ?, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Ballif, Mrs. Head...Can anyone identify more of the teachers? ... See MoreSee Less

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North Ogden Elementary school faculty from 1964: Front row,  Mrs. Storey, Mrs. Kump, Mrs. Bergout, Mr. Feitkau, Mr. Tams, Mr. Jensen, Mr. Blanch; second row, Ms. Cragun, Mrs. Woods, Mrs. Yorgason, Mrs. Chadwick, Mrs. Ward, Mrs. Roberts, Mrs. Manning; third row, Mrs. Chatelain, Ms. Woodbury, Mrs. Shaw, ?, Mrs. Wagner, ?, Mrs. Watson, Mrs. Ballif, Mrs. Head...Can anyone identify more of the teachers?

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Thanks everyone! Only two left to identify...

Sad to say I had Mrs. Roberts in the 5th grade at Plain City Elementary. Not a good memory.

Looks like Mayone Woodbury second from left at top. Did she teach at NO?

Is the last teacher on the right on the first row Mr. Blanch or Mr. Budge. Kathy Whetton said the teacher is Mr. Blanch next to Mr. Jensen. The Historical Museum has the teacher listed as Mr. Budge.

3rd one on lst row is Mrs. Bergout (not sure of the spelling. Last man on first row is Larry Blanch, lst lady on second row is a Miss Cragun, 2nd is a Miss Holms, 3rd is Della Mae Miller, 4th is Lois Ward. Top Row, 3rd one is Thora Shaw, Next to the last one on 3rd row is Edna Ballif. My two boys went to school during that year and more, so I had parent teacher conferences with a lot of them. I need to magnify some of the others to see if I know them. Call me if you have questions.

Didn't Mrs Story teach at mound fort elementary and junior high in Ogden at one time

One of the dark haired women with glasses was Mrs Miller. She taught kindergarten. I had her.

I remember Mr Blanch. He was one of my favourites. I often wonder if the school is still there

Top row Mrs. Chatelaine ? Mrs Lindsey ? Iola Wagner

Oh my gosh. This gave me chills. Mr. Tams is my all time favorite teacher. Mrs. Storey gave me some advice I've never forgotten. She called me up to her desk, and showed me a math problem I'd turned in. I had done it a different way than she had taught us. "But I got the right answer," I objected. She agreed, but proceeded to show me why I was only lucky that I did so and how the way she had shown us would always guarantee the right answer. She made it a life lesson for me by explaining that my shortcut had risks and that you need to follow the rules exactly and take all the steps to make sure you always get the right answer in life. And in math.

Second from left top row is Mayone Woodbury Kinikini. She graduated from Weber High School in 1961, so I don't believe she could have been a teacher yet. I'm positive that's her, however, because she was a good friend of mine. Second from right top row is Edna Ballif.

I had you dad as a teacher in 5th grade. He taught me to sing "it's a great big beautiful tomorrow" and you could feel his love for his job. Remember seeing him at Sears too!🎼

When Mayone Woodbury Kinikini was in this picture, she was not married. Would it be more correct to refer to her as Miss Woodbury. I think maybe she was an aide or something.

Mrs Shaw- back row third from the left. - front row furtherest on the left, Mrs Roberts- second row second from the right.

First in third row Evonne Chatlain, fifth from left on top row Iola Wagner.

Some of these people were my mentors when I entered the teaching ranks in 1977.

top row, left side is Mrs. Chatelain, second to last on top row is Mrs. Ballif.

The fourth on the second row is Mrs. Chadwick, the Fifth is Mrs. Ward. On the third row third in is Mrs. Shaw and the eighth is Mrs. Ballif.

Last on the second row is Mrs. Manning....

Awe, Jeff's grandmother! Love this pic!

Mrs woods was awesome

One of these days, Maree. We will be in a museum! 🤣

Mrs Ballif, Mr Blanch

Next to mrs. Roberts, I think is mrs. ward.

Third row second from end Mrs Ballif next Mrs Head

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David Gilbert Randall was born in this house on March 1, 1894. The house stood at 1800 N. Fruitland Drive. He was the husband of Una Chatelain, and father of 8. Gilbert was the first president of North Ogden's town board, serving from 1934-1944. ... See MoreSee Less

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David Gilbert Randall was born in this house on March 1, 1894.  The house stood at 1800 N. Fruitland Drive.  He was the husband of Una Chatelain, and father of 8.  Gilbert was the first president of North Ogdens town board, serving from 1934-1944.

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Was Lulu Randall a member of this family???

That is right across the street from where my parents live (and where my grandparents had lived since the 1970s). I love seeing these historical photos!! Thank you for sharing them!

Proud to have him as my great-grandfather. It's too bad pneumonia and a bad heart took him at the young age of 54 in 1948. I've heard nothing but positive things about him 🙂

Wow! Is that a chimney on the roof? Looks like it has its own roof.

Thanks. Saw this on Ogden site and wondering. You have a great history. Happy Birthday again!!!

My grandma's brother. All those children provided lots of fun cousins and happy memories!

The buildings outlive the builders.

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Cool Ben Lomond photo from USGS, taken in 1900. History and old picture lovers: We need volunteers at the North Ogden Museum! If you can help us, send a PM with your phone #. **Link your Smith's Rewards or Ridleys card to the North Ogden Historical Museum, and they will donate a percentage of each purchase to us. It will not affect your points or purchase prices. Thanks! ... See MoreSee Less

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Cool Ben Lomond photo from USGS, taken in 1900.  History and old picture lovers:  We need volunteers at the North Ogden Museum!  If you can help us, send a PM with your phone #.  **Link your Smiths Rewards or Ridleys card to the North Ogden Historical Museum, and they will donate a percentage of each purchase to us.  It will not affect your points or purchase prices.  Thanks!

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That is quite a shot of Ben! Where is it taken from ? Anyone know?

Nice splice .... 😊

Great photo! Love the telephone line on the right side of the road. (Of course)🤠

The tracks to the left were called the Dummy Line (Utah-Idaho Central Railroad). My great grandfather James Deamer as one of his many jobs in his life helped clear the tracks of snow sometimes working all night long. Recounted in a story from my family history.

This is just so awesome....... I look at where our house now lies and what the land layout was before......just wow !!!!!!!!

Awesome pictures.

I never tire of looking at Ben Lomond.

Nice. Reaffirms electricity then.

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A great 1927 photo from North Ogden shows Dolores ?, and on the horse is Blake Storey, Dale Ellis, Elmer Storey, and Beth Ellis, with James Garner standing. ... See MoreSee Less

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A great 1927 photo from North Ogden shows Dolores ?, and on the horse is Blake Storey, Dale Ellis, Elmer Storey, and Beth Ellis, with James Garner standing.

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I have this scan of a page from one of my dad's photo albums. It has the same photo. The woman in the photo is named Dolores. No last name is given. Other photos of Dale and Beth Ellis and Gene Huband Ellsworth.

James Garner is my grandpa! How fun to see such a young photo of him. He was quite a draft horse enthusiast during his later life, so it's fun to see him with a horse when he's young.

Question. Because the adult man is James Garner could the lady holding the horse be a Garner?

I think my husband is related to the Storeys. His grandfather was from N Ogden.

So happy to see my dad, Dale Ellis and his sister Beth. Thanks for sharing! 😍

The only Deloris I can think of is Deloris Louder?

My husbands great grandmother's name was Alice Ellis

Two sweet cousins, Dale and Beth.

Love your posts Cheryl Jones

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I found this photo in the Bailey files at the North Ogden Historical Museum. Does anyone know who the people are or an approximate date? Note the shadow of the photographer! ... See MoreSee Less

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I found this photo in the Bailey files at the North Ogden Historical Museum.  Does anyone know who the people are or an approximate date?  Note the shadow of the photographer!

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Quite the attire they work in! But maybe only for the picture!

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