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_'_________________________________.____________————————————— LSH COUNTY PRESS - WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER l3, ZOZI WA Page 3 such a short period of time, and North Dakotans soon became dependent on the government and abusive East- ern corporations for their survival. “Too much mistake.” Robinson retired from UND in 1974. His wife, Eva, passed away in 1984, and Elwyn-died the following year. ' :- ' w ‘ Home'on the Range for Boys October 15, 2021 —~ It Was on this date in 1959 that a Catholic priest named Elwood Cassedy died in Beach, ND, at the age of 5 1. He was the founder of the Home ~ on the Range for Boys near Sentinel Butte. Cassedy was born in Jersey City, NJ, on April 9, 1908. Afier graduating from St. Patrick’s Grammar School, he went to high school, but he was forced to drop out so he could help support his family. He found a job on Wall Street, Working as a messenger for the Equitable Trust Company. He worked his way up to _‘ ED ONLI J? c. 352 page, and then to junior bank teller, while also going to night school. Finally, at age 23, he got his high school diploma and enrolled at Notre Dame. Cassedy was 30 years old by the time he graduat- ed fiom college. Taking the name Walter, he became a brother with theOrder of the Holy Cross and was as- _' Dak taD t b kwfitt b Me H 1 N ._ f signed teachingjobs at the Gibault School fer Beysin ' ,‘ 0 , a 9:90 en y .e..m ,' .V'I'Indiana‘ and the‘Charles Boys" Home in Wiscon- ‘, sm 1 ‘ ' ' few years later, Brother Cassedy entered the St. Paul Seminary inMinnesota He accepted a-call in 1944 to Bismarck, where Bish0p Ryan ordained him as a priest. Father Cassedy was given charge of three wide— ly separated missions in the towns of Wing, Menoken and Driscoll. V 1 Having seen the value of fostering troubled youth, Cassedy had a dream of creating a ranch where delinquent and homeless boys could be housed and taught a useful trade. 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Cassedy from his parish assignments, and the priest hit the road to raise money across North Dako— ta, as well as his home state of New Jersey. By January, the Bismarck Eagles raised $5,000 to- 'ward a dormitory. Fr. Cassedy traveled to Father Flana- gan’s Boys’ Home in Nebraska, to learn all he could frOm Monsignor Wegner, the director. Back on the ranch, a granary was remodeled, and on July 28, 1950, Fr. Cassedy moved into it with his first three boys: Ed— die Schwartz, Leonard Schwartz, and Harvey Gifford. By the time Fr. Cassedy wrote his first Christmas letter on behalf of Home on the Range, excavation had begun for a dormitory for as many as 35 boys. In his letter, Cassedy mentioned donations they had received, including 43 head of cattle, 20 calves, 62 chickens, 7 pigs, 22 rabbits, 9 horses, and 5 dogs. Father Cassedy suffered a serious heart attack jUSt seven years after he founded Home on the Range; he was only 49, and he spent the next two years recu- perating in New Jersey. Father Cassedy returned to Sentinel Butte on Oc— tober lst, 1959, where he wrote his annual Christmas letter. Two weeks later, he had another heart attack. This one was fatal. He was buried on top of a hill overlooking the ranch. It was one of his favorite places to pray. Dakota Datebook written by Merry Helm. "Dakota Datebook " is a radio series from Prairie Public in partner— ship with the State Historical Society of North Dakota and with funding from the North Dakota Humanities Council. See all the Dakota Datebooks‘ at prairiepublic. org, subscribe to the “Dakota Datebook” podcast, or buy the Dakota Datebook book at shopprairiepublic. org. TV MADE SIMPLE Like every couple, Daryl and Noel Watson disagree on a few things—including theirtastes in television. But when it I’m very happy with it. Andit’sjustso much easier, Ican’t believe it. comes to how they like to watch TV, the Watsons agree on one thing: the jumbled wires and eyesore set-top boxesjust don’t cut it anymore. 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