This was the first snowmachine in Levelock. It was called the "husky". Peter Apokedak bought it from Freddie Roehl. Left to right: Emma Wilson, Ida Apokedak holding Jolin, and Peter Apokedak holding Peter Da. They were going home from church.
From left to right. Small child on the corner of photograph is Sona Apokedak, the other young man is Raymond Apokedak, Peter Apokedak is holding his birthday cake and Andrew "Gonnie" Gulick is looking at Peter.
Persons from left to right in the front row are John D. Nelson; he is holding the star, Maria Nelson, Andrew "Gonnie" Gulick, Peter Apokedak and the little boy is Jolin Apokedak. Second row are Evon Apokadak, Ida Apokedak and Tony Tallekpalek....
Left to right: Maria Nelson, Yako Nickoli, Wassie Apodedak, Agafia Nelson, Elena Chukwak, Ida Apokedak, Jamie Woods, John-John Chukwak, Murphy Nickoli, Charlie Andrew, Ivor Wilson and Peter Apokedak heading to Evon and Stephania Apokedak's house.
Far back from left to right: Trefim Andrew, Raymond Apokedak, Howard Nelson. In front from left to right: Tim Nickoli, Smiley Andrew, and Peter Da Apokedak. They were running in the tundra. The high school was not build during that time.
Peter Da Apokedak guiding Georgette Wilson to the finish line. This was an one-dog race "Pee-Wee Race". The dog was named "Pretty Ulgy", and was owned by the Wilsons. The race was held on the lake. The race was held during Kokhanok Carnival.
John D. Nelson's truck is on top of the hill. People closest to the truck from left to right is: Georgette Wilson, Eileen Nelson, Chris Alexander, Larry Alexander, unknown person, Dallia Andrew, and Mike Andrew. People on the bottom of the hill...
John D. Nelson, with his grand son Kevin Olympic as Peter Apokedak Sr. looks on. John D and Kevin Olympic are putting down the "holy"picture, that is only put in the center of the church before Russian Orthodox Good Friday.