The 11th competition in the X Marks the Spot series drew correct responses from 20 people, who identified the location marked by the X as the site of the first producing oil well in
North Dakota – Amerada Petroleum Corporation’s No. 1 Clarence Iverson Well near Tioga in Williams County. Anyone interested in visiting this site (fig. 1) will find it just east of County Road 21 about
eight miles south of Tioga in the SW4 SW4 Sec. 6, T. 155 N., R. 95 W.
Administrative Assistant Linda Johnson drew Terry Jorgenson and Judith Dinkins as the competition winners. Terry will receive a copy of The Face of North Dakota and Judith will
receive a Geologic Map of North Dakota. Congratulations to the winners and thanks to everyone who participated in the competition.
|Tam Black - Minot||Leonard Bornemann - Center|
|Ron Bosch - Wheatland, WY||Wes Peck - Grand Forks|
|Gary Brekke - Fargo||Tonya Pomeroy - Fort Worth, TX|
|Judith Dinkins - Hazen||Ramsey family* - Crystal|
|Ken Gardner - Drayton||Kenneth Schmidt - Ray|
|Allen Jacobson - Tolley||Allan Stolz - Minot|
|Michael Johnson||Dennis Tomhave - Vermillion, SD|
|Terry Jorgenson - Eden Prairie, MN||Terry Traynor|
|Paul Meisel - Sawyer||Larry Werner - Starkweather|
|John Mrozla - Harwood||Barrett Williams - Tucker, GA|