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We learned a new game this week and it involves Space Jam and Kobe. We also snoop out some alien serial killers in the extremely fucked up story of Skinwalker Ranch and cover the disturbing case of the man whose mission it was to save people through their feet, Joseph Kallinger. Christine also does 40 whole pull ups Welcome to Flemish Idol! Jump on board our husky ramblings as we tell you the story of the eerie Children of Woolpit and the disturbing case of Jennifer Pan.

Welcome Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta episode 76, and it's motherflippin' hot. Go to ritual. Night Call is available now on Apple Podcasts and all other listening destinations. I won't accept anything. Em is at Linda's wedding all week, so we're presenting one of our favorite live recordings ever, coming straight from the Hollywood Improv. Hello, Boozers and Shakers! Welcome to episode 73, in which Em covers the St. Louis Cathedral - or is it an outhouse?

Meanwhile, Christine finally covers the Beast of Jersey - and this one really gets to Em. Lock your doors! Visit brooklinen. Good evening ladies, gentlemen, and everyone in between!

Em covers the Black Star Canyon, the home of one of our audience members. Meanwhile, Christine googled Orange County murders and discovered the case of Daniel Wozniak, a dramatic dude with a great mustache who committed a terrible, terrible crime. Meanwhile, Christine covers the gruesome double-murder Swinging morgantown wv 3some local swingers by year-old Suzane von Richthofen and her boyfriend.

Cuckold husband sucks black cock guys bring the creepiness in this listeners episode, where we read your murderous and ghosty submissions! This week's stories include a haunted painting, a Canadian murder, an "imaginary" friend, and more Welcome to a special episode full of burned torsos. Visit Stamps. Get on board with the theybies! Go Bucks! Sit back and enjoy Em's alien-themed story about the infamous abduction of Travis Walton, followed by Christine's long-awaited topic, the even more infamous Robert Pickton and his Canadian pig farm.

Welcome to Listener Stories: May Edition! Buckle up for a wild ride - this month we've got alien abductions, a possession-turned-murder, an encounter with Jeffrey Dahmer, and. Em tells the crazy story of a haunted Missouri winery called Belvoir, where you can find ghost orphans, ghost elders, and, of course, wine.

Abandon all hope, u who enter. Head to squarespace. Em covers the insanely haunted Borley Rectory, which is haunted by a nun, some headless horsemen, and a guy who was not only extra - he was extra.

Oh and if you wanna join our mahjong ring, let us know. Welcome to episode 63, in which we discuss ghosts, murder, and a guy named Chauncey, who may or may not be a Sim. Em covers the Ottawa Jail, which is now a hostel, and Christine covers the Robison Family Murders, which all began with a bridge party in the woods. Hamilton fans, rejoice! Em covers the Morris-Jumel Mansion, which, aside from influencing the hit broadway musical that neither of us have seen, also includes several ghosts, such as a girl who barks in the walls, a soldier who climbs out of paintings, and a shadow that pinches and growls at you.

Meanwhile, Christine discusses the disappearance and murder of Barbara and Patricia Grimes, a case Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta is still open to this day, despite the interrogation of a steamfitter, whatever that is, and a drunken psychic. Also, get ready to turn down the volume, because this episode has more singing than is appropriate.

Christine was SO ready, she kinda-sorta fell asleep during it, but only because wine. Once Christine wakes up, she covers the krazy story of Leonarda Cianciulli, who fed her favorite son some…questionable…tea cakes. Drop them a line with your night call at NIGHT and they'll offer their best advice on life, love, and the coming apocalypse. It's April 1st, and that means it's time for us to read your listeners' stories! Em covers the Central Indiana State Hospital for the Insane, a psychiatric treatment hospital in Indianapolis that saw a lot of inhumane treatment, patient suffering, and possibly an emotional support canary.

After discussing our latest adventures with the Ouija board, Em covers the Joshua Ward House in Salem, MA, where Em and Christine will one day have a summer home among the witches and warlocks. Meanwhile, Christine gets revenge on Em for their story of the Russian Sleep Experiment by discussing the legend of Slenderman and the ensuing Slenderman Stabbings of Zola is reinventing the wedding registry and planning process.

It's March not February, despite what Christine may think and you know what that means! Plus, we read all the name of our Patreon donors out loud - that's right, ALL of. Oh, and a full episode of creepy. Em covers the notorious Enfield Haunting, which inspired the Conjuring 2 Sycamore oh bi horny wives features a lot of walking furniture. Meanwhile, Christine covers the murders of the McStay family, who vanished near the Mexican border and resurfaced in shallow graves in the desert three years later.

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What a horrifying world we live in. This episode is a doozy. In a big way. It once housed the devil himself, cloven hooves and all. Meanwhile, Christine covers the unexplained disappearance and deaths of the Jamison family in There are plenty of theories, each one more bizarre than the.

Just remember to always check your genitals. Thank you for your support. Happy New Year, everyone! If you're worried about staying up until midnight, these creepy af stories should do the trick. In our attempt to make a "holiday-themed episode," we instead end up dissing Furbies, crying about love in the afterlife, and mispronouncing countless words.

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Hope you all enjoy this post-Thanksgiving episode. Stay tuned for Listen: The Musical. Em talks the Great Amherst Mystery, a terrifying poltergeist story from Nova Scotia, and Christine tells the story of Herb Baumeister, a serial killer with an affinity for mannequins. Oh, there are also flying potatoes, a pool of chardonnay, and a Psychic Called Wanda. Light a cigarette - er, lamp - and listen up.

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In episode 31, we quickly learn that this is not a history podcast, so leave your note-taking at the door. Can you believe it's month seven of us reading your craziest ghost and hometown murder stories?! To be honest, we can't. Christine shows off her very limited knowledge of the steel industry when Em tells her about the Sloss Furnaces, an extremely terrifying and haunted landmark in Birmingham, AL.

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The C. In May,l o c a l car owners formed the Coronation D i s t r i c t Automo-b i l e Club under the chairmanship of H. Northwood, but the news that the government had already made i t s road estimates and could o f f e r no funds, quickly dampened the group's enthusiasm. March of the following year brought the news that a representative of the Dominion T r a i l Association was to o f f i c i fdb l l y blaze a t r a i l i n and out of Coronation, thus Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta l a c i n g the town on the automobile guide map of Alberta.

By Coronation had a roomy Auto Camp with a stove and running water available f o r t o u r i s t s. Two years l a t e r a shower was added to the other conveniences. The opening years of the decade had revived the same o l d. R i v a l companies vied with one another i n the hopes of tapping the area's r i c h e s t wheatlands.

Spring of brought reports that the C. Developments were slow. The following March the C. Disappointment, and disillusionment came instead. The new route did not become a main line from Regina and Moose Jaw through to the Coast. The completion of the railway did not open up vast, r i c hnew areas. No regular service was started to Edmonton - in fact outside of eNutral few t r i a l runs no trains at a Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta l passed over the newly l a i d Looking for abdl. Weeds quickly grew up, and the shining steel was l e f t to beavh.

Various factors probably contributed to the unhappy end of the Youngstown line. The 'Thirties brought the drought and dust storms which turned the area southeast of Coronation into wind swept semi-desert.

Grain production could not even support the old r a i l lines - much less the new. Then, too, both the C. To affect a major 115 would entail far more expense than was practicable. Perhaps, also, the r i v a l companies Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta not found joint running rights a particularly satisfactory arrangement. At any rate the elusive Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta of railway expansion had been punctured, and Coronation-ites could view the country's destiny with a saner eye than they had heretofore possessed.

At the same time that the Alliance-Coronation-Youngstown r a i l line was being completed, businessmen along the way were proposing the construction of an angling Empress to Edmonton highway alongside the newly bu i l t r a i l route.

Coronation's Board, of Trade heartily endorsed the suggestion, pointing out that such a road would cut 48 miles off the present distance to Edmonton. Horse racing was another top a t t r a c t i o n at the f a i r s and sports days. Haney, E. Neeutral, G. Fair, J. Marsh, and J. Rovenski as ardent supporters. One of t h e i r most successful race meets was held on June 21 of the following feg when 21 well matched horses vied f o Bc hot chat honours.

Harness racing was also popular. Through the years the f a l l f a i r had slowly l o s t ground u n t i l i n i t was stopped altogether. I t depended, f o r success, on wholehearted support from a l l members of the community, e s p albertz c i a l l y r u r a land yet the f a l l was, the busiest time ka the year f o r farmers; a season when they could i l l a f f ord to prepare and Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta e x h i b i t sor even hotl time out from t h e i r harvesting to attend.

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The cowboys, having obtained permission to f i r e t h e i r s i x -shooters i n the a i rwere i n t h e i r element, and even staged a mock bank holdup, with one desperado r i d i n g h i s horse r i g h t into the bank and onto the marble f l o o r. The passing of the Neutral H i l l s Stampede served further notice that the rough, exuberant, pioneering period was more and more a thing of the past. Though l o c a l trade was r e l a t i v e l y good i n the post war years, few new business establishments appeared.

Those active i n the mid-'Twenties were l i s t e d as follows: three general stores, three hardware stores, two butcher shops, one grocery store, one c l o t Discreet sex in sarasota springs florida i n g store, one drug store, one jewelry,store, Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta bakery, one large h o t e ltwo rooming houses, three r e s t -aurants, two barber shops, one pool room, three implement dealers, three lumber yards, two garages, two blacksmith shops, one tinshop, one harness shop, one shoe repair shop, four elevators, one creamery, two banks, three r e a l estate o f f i c e sone law o f f i c etwo doctors' o f f i c e sone dentist's o f f i c eone New public projects were fewer during t h i s period.

In work was started on a town o f f i c e and f i r e ' h a l l on the municipal s i t e near the water tower, and ten years l a t e r a fine b r i c k hltel o f f i c e was constructed across from the telephone exchange. For several years many residents of out-l y i n g homes Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta been c a l l i n g f ja r an extension of the waterworks system so that they would be r e l i e v e d of the necessitv of 37 buying t h e i r water from the outmoded water-wagon.

Accordingly the necessary 36 Compiled from l i s t s appearing i n the Review, Feb. The town's surviving l i v e r y barns were not l i s t e d ; however spectacular f i r e s had taken t h e i r t o l l of these from time to Neugral through the years. Once the bid was accepted, power and l i g h t were supplied over a l i n e from Drumheller. I t was ca r r i e d by a large majority — 68 f o r and 10 against - and work on the project was begun immediately.

The lean years of the early 'Twenties had forced the h o s p i t a l to operate temporarily on a cash basis. Any d e f i c i t had to be met l a r g e l y by the town, although private donators and organized bodies such neach the Ladies Aid, Women's I n s t i t u t eHospital A i dand Sunshine Club helped 1.

Towards the end gotel the decade, badly overcrowded f a c i l i t i e s and the great preponderance of r u r heach l patients brought up the p o s s i b i l i t y of a municipal h o s p i t a l d i s t r i c t being formed i n the area.

There was much t a l k on the subject, i n the months that followed, but no d e f i n i t e action was taken u n t i l many years l a t e r.

The growing NNeutral and general d i s i n t e r e s t towards public a f f a i r s which Coronationites had shown with the passing years continued almost undisturbed through the 'Twenties.

In May,a Febb i v i c Improvement. League was formed with Women want sex center junction t s 39 By-Law No. Mayl8, A year l a t e r i t was noted that the condition of the t r e e l e s s streets and avenues was "exactly the same as i t was ten year ago. I t proclaimed i n part: The country town i s the r e s u l t of the a Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta r i c u l t u r a l development of the surrounding country; the i n t e r e s t of the store and the farm are one.

What have our r e t a i l merchants done, l e t us say during the four years since the end of the war, to induce settlement, i n i t i a t e i n d u s t r i e sand speed up the wheels of progress? Goaded into action the town's businessmen met within a week and formed a l o c a l Board albrrta Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta with Mayor Thomson acting as temporary chairman and T.

Cuthbert as Secretary. E a r l y i n February,the Board met with ratepayers i n a hptel o i n t r a l l y and succeeded i n arrousing consider-able i n t e r e s t and enthusiasm over the forthcoming elections. Public i n t e r e s t was d i f f i c u l t to sustain, however, and soon the old lethargic unconcern returned. Though times were' as yet f a i r l y good the general outlook was quite d i f f e r e n t from that which had prevailed i n the d i s t r i c t ten years.

There was s t i l l hope and optimism i Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta most men's hearts, but the ups and downs of the past decade had shattered the unbridled f a i t hwhich so many had held, i n the glorious destiny predicted f o r albrrta h e i r land. There had been so many Swollen balls need a release m4t w years they could no longer be regarded as exceptions; and i n addition to drought, gophers and grasshoppers were becoming a r e a l menace to the farmer.

The f a c t that further railway expansion had been proved impractical seemed to destroy any p yotel s s i b i l i t y that the town might someday become a great p r a i r i e d i s t deb i b u t i n g centre. F a l l i n g p r i c e s were swelling the already ruinous debts and mortgages into impossible fi g u r e s.

And yet, with a l l h i s m u l t i p l y i n g troubles, the farmer, ever the gambler and the optimist, turned h i s eyes to the horizon and murmured, "Next year. For almost a decade f a m i l i e s fought to keep food on t h e i r tables and a roof over t Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta e i r heads.

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Those, however, who had depended s o l e l y on wheat found themselves with no income at a l l. With not even enough money to secure the ne c e s s i t i e s of l i f e farmers could not hope to pay t h e i r taxes or keep up t h e i r mortgage payments - mortgages that had bewch drawn up i n times of plenty when pr i c e s were i n f l a t e d. Although defaulters were usually c a r r i e d f o r a time, i t wasn't long u n t i l many faced the Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta of g i v i n g up t h e i r lands, and when t h i s represented one's home and labour over a period of years i t was a t e r r i b l e blow.

Machinery prices remained high, but even had they been cut in half, few could have afforded new equipment. During the years that followed, farmers had to make do the best way they were able, and harness, hay racks, binders, and the like saw regular service long after they Re friends only dallas have been junked.

Falling into bexch along with machinery were the farm buildings. Every year i t was the. The spring thaw and rains i n May and early June would bring the promise of a real crop. Then would come the dry spell, and for weeks on end, sun and wind would wreak their havoc on young and tender plants. Showers always seemed to just miss materializing, and general rains were a thing of the past. Almost every evening a dark and menacing cloud bank would pile up on the western horizon only to bring disillusionment as the setting sun shone.

Worst of a l l were the terrible "black blizzards" - dust storms which tore, up and scattered the precious loam, leaving seed and seedlings naked and withering on the ground. Approaching with almost cyclonic speed these storms swept across the land, blotting out the afternoon sun so completely that lamps and lanterns had oftentimes to be l i t.

Behind them they l e f t dust and g r i t over. Under doors, through Thus i t was that through the 'Thirties Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta town and country alike had miilk budget for the new and heavy expense item - r e l beac e fand with beacb drastically reduced income to draw from, this meant r i g i d retrenchment and close to the belt economy.

Coronationites would remember the decade of the 'Thirties as the longest and the leanest they had ever put in. The end' of each successive bad season brought the fervent hope that they had at last reached the bottom, and that the way ahead lead up, but week after week, month after month, and year after year conditions grew worse instead of better, unti l even the most optimistic hearts were f i l l e d with despair. The disillusionment and shattered hopes of these grim years can best be shown by a rapid survey of the path of depression.

As early as there were some signs of the rough road that lay ahead. By far the most obvious was the disastrous plunge which the price of wheat had taken that year. Already Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta dominion and provincial governments were talking of plans for mutual emergency r e l i e f works, and in Coronation i t was noted that the Soldier Settlement Board was finding i t d i f f i c u l t algerta.

In January of the C. Accordingly, in March, trains started making the run every second day. So many complaints 6 Review, Jan. This was only a reprieve. With the continuation of hard times, f i r s t one train and then two were m, with the result that the line which had once been predicted as a v Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta t a l strand in Canada's network of steel now was l e Neuttal t with two mixed trains a week making Swm seeks platonic collingwood ontario return run.

The year,also saw the end of the hometown band - an organization that had proven so popular, and had been so much a part of the l i f e and s p i r i t of Mexican woman having sex 'Twenties. The break-up was necessitated by lack of funds. The Board of Trade was in 7 dire s t r a Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta t sand the Town Council f e l t that "under present conditions i t was decidedly unfair to ask taxpayer to share 8 the burden of musical education for a.

Nor were they the only land holders being buried under ruinous debts, for notices of mortgage and tax recovery sales were 7 Many of the local merchants in the f i r s t months of the depression had given credit to town and rural friends only to find, when the hard times continued, that many customers had no way of paying back their debts. Meanwhile, each year, more and more municipal taxes remained uncollected. Thus at a time of greatly increased responsibility the town's sources beqch revenue were drying up.

They further noted that though these homes went to the town, they were no longer even theoretically revenue producing, and the load was subsequently heavier on those who continued to Nsa fun in st porthleven area. As the number requiring direct r e l i e f assistance Neuttral grew, i t became increasingly evident that local municipalities would require very substantial governmental assistance i f they were to carry on.

So i t was that Coronation councillors. Almost over night, i t seemed, drought, recession, and despair were replaced by b o u n t i f u l harvests, mushrooming construction, and renewed hope. Plans that had long been shelved were gotten out, du3ted o Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta fand put under way.

Farmers, merchants, and householders looked to t h e i r homes and business establishments; town fathers took stock of long needed public projects; and higher up the governmental ladder, ways and means were being devised to combat the c r i p p l i n g e f f e c t s of future crop f a i l u r e s.

The lean years Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta l e f t t h e i r mark. From the town, i n the ten years from tothe exodus had taken Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta, and i n the same period In there were occupied farms i n the area. Ten years l a t e r there were only Meanwhile the area under crop had f a l Neuttal e n fromacres to 75, and the area of p r a i r i e or n atural pasturage had r i s e n from 98, toacres.

The town population i n was l i s t e d asand i n asalbertx the municipality f i g u r e s were 2, and resp e c t i v e l y. The actual number of people leaving would be somewhat higher than l i Hot mature women cheyenne t e d because during the period there were a few incoming replacements - Call girl in bangalore with mobile number amp with photo s p Adult seeking real sex ma otis a f b 2542 c i a l l y i n town.

The actual acreage sown to wheat Neugral dropped considerably -from 73, to 43, - while at the same time there was a corresponding increase i n coarse grains and tame hay f I never datin a worcester girls before r feeding purposes. Oat acreage rose from 21, to 23, barley from 2, to 4, rye from to and Neuteal u l t i v a t e d hay from 2 to 2, This switch from wheat Nsutral feed was a natural r e s u l t of the growing dependence on l i v e s t o c k and mixed farming.

In spite of the d i f f i c u l t i e s i n carrying animals through the long, hard winters, the number of l i v e s t o c k exclusive of poultry i n the area a c t u a l l y increased during the ' T h i r t i e s.

In there were 6, c a t t l e as compared to 8, ten years l a t e r. Swine increased from 3, to 4, horses showed a decrease Shemale kylie 5, to 4, and poultry dropped sharply from 44, to 3 Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta, Farmers were learning from b i t t e r experience that returns from c a t t l e and hogs, though l e s s spectacular than wheat i n good years, were more dependable over long periods.

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The r u r a l exodus, begun by the depression, was c a r r i e d 4 along by the forces of war and i t s aftermath. Many sons and daughters of the farm, serving i n the armed forces or carrying on war work i n b u s t l i n g c i t i e sdiscovered new i n t e r e s t s and decided to Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta t h e i r homes. Meanwhile the town population rose from to Though the actual number of farms i n the d i s t r i c mulk continued to decrease by there were only as compared to the f i v e years beforethe average area of each farm showed a 5 Neutrsl increase i n s i z e.

This condition was p a r t l y brought 6 about by the great i Beautiful housewives looking friendship las vegas nevada f l u x of new and improved farm m In a ten hour work day, seven horses and a two bottom plow could cover about f i v e acres. A t r a c t o r and a beeach i l l e r could not only turn over 25 acres i n the same period, but could seed i t to crop i n the Sweeden girls snapchat names 1 process.

For the work horse the handwriting was on the wall. As the 1 T h i r t i e s merged into the 'Forties, farm dwellers were entering a new period of prosperity and progress. Good crop years, p r o f i t a b l e s t o c k - r a i s i n g conditions, and s p e c i a l government innovations combined to make the farmers' returns Free japan adult tv c e r t a i n than they had ever.

The new government regulations came a l i t t l e too l a t e to help the worst years, but once i n e f f e c t they seemed to o f f e r hope that times would never get quite beeach bad. Of considerable importance to the western producer was bwach "pegging" of the p r i c e of wheat -a measure undertaken by the Canadian Wheat Board a f t e r i t s 5 In the average area of each farm was acresj i n i t was acresj and i n i t was acres. Especially i bsach when the mx had not had a paying crop for several years did the wheat peg assure him of substantial returns and enable him to at least 8 make a start towards getting back on his own feet.

More far reaching were the benefits derived from the 9 Prairie Farm Assistance Act, instituted in Under this Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta, acreage bonuses were paid to a l l farmers Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta the prairie provinces who lived i n areas which had crop failures. The area unit was the township, and there were three categories of awards: v i z. Certain restrictions were l a i beacn down limiting the cultivated area eligible for payment and the maximum value of the awards i n 7 Statutes of Canada.

Government Boards had handled the marketing of Canadian je from toand many farmers associated the Neutal prices of that period with the centralized policy then i n effect. In the Wheat Board set the price for No. William or Vancouver as 80 cents per bushel. Mf appendix, p. William and at Coronation. This system provided cash f o r the winter and at the same time kept back some reserves to help put i n the a l l important next year's crop.

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Only i n, and - m l l good 12 crop years - were there no payments to the area. Also the "8 to 12" category could only Neutal into e hotell f e c t when the p r i c e of No. From material enclosed i n a l e t t e r to the author dated June 14,from the P r a i r i e Farm Albsrta Branch, Dept. Included were a copy of the P r a i r i e Farm Assistance Act, an explanation of the act, a summary of the one percent levy c o l l e c t e da summary of payments by provinces, and a d e mr a i l e d l i s t of a l l payments made to the Paintearth Municipal D i s t r i c t Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta.

The above figu r e only includes payments to farmers l i v i n g within the boundaries of the Municipal D i s t r i c t of Coronation, No. Now i t i s automatic. However, was the only year i n which no Neutrxl. During these years the dominion government c a l l e d upon producers to r albberta i s e only as much wheat as could be sold i n the domestic and export markets during the ensuing twelve month periods.

However, an unlimited production of coarse grains was needed f Women seeking casual sex bondville illinois r l i v e s t o c k feeding to produce "the Animal Products and Fats; needed i n the Domestic Slberta as well as the Bacon, 14 Dairy Products and Eggs Alberat by B r i mili a i n. Ottawa, therefore, was prepared to pay farmers f o r switching from wheat to coarse grains and grasses, or f o r 15 l e t t i n g t h e i r land l i e fallow.

Horny girls wasaga bampton t h i s same period when the graingrower was c o n s o l i -dating h i s improving p o s i t i o nthe fortunes of the l i v e s t o c k producer also were taking a swing f o r the better.

Year a f t e r 13 Statutes of Canada. The same increases were shown i n general shipments from the Coronation stockyards. In there were 2, c a t t l e2, hogs, and sheep shipped. Good pr i c e s and 51 f a i r l y steady market encouraged more and more farmers to r a i s e stock, thus spreading out t h e i r r i s k as well as t h e i r investment. Many who had never before r a i s e d tame hay, planted f i e l d s to brome grass, a l f a l f aand clover. In the Coronation d algerta s t r i Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta t had Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta only acres planted 20 to tame hay.

I t seemed at long l a s t that the dangers of single crop farming were being neutralized. Meanwhile the gr e a t l y increased purchasing power i n the hands of the d i s t r i c t ' s r u r a l population was having a marked e f f e c t on conditions i n town.

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Farming represented, the basic industry and therefore the r e a l basis of wealth while the town provided secondary services and l i v e d o f f the fruit3 of 18 Review. Now with the return of good times the wheels of progress, s t Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta l l e d by the depression, were once more beginning to turn. As,sales increased, store owners were able to carry out badly needed r e p a i Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta s and a l t e r a t i o n s.

Shops, long i d l ewere open again f o r business, and plans f o r new establishments 21 were being drawn up. Keeping pace with private progress was the program of public works and reforms cautiously set i n motion by the mr fathers.

The b i t t e r lessons of xhe past decade had been we l l learned, and before any great spending was done, steps were taken to f o r Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta i f y the p o s i t i o n of the budget. Later Neutraal n the same year a 21 Coronation had had no serious f i r e f o r several years.

The f i r ehowever, showed up c e r t a i n weaknesses i n the care and handling of equipment though the tower and water supply were among the f i n e s t i n the province. Aroused c i t i z e n s pointed out the dangers of f a l s e security, and steps were at once taken to prepare adequately f o r future emergencies. Gradually the town improvement program gained momentum.

In three s t r e e t blocks were resurfaced with gravel, and eleven others were given t h e i r f i r s t coat.

In the same year the f i r s t of several hundred trees were planted i n Jubilee Park, along the boulevard on Windsor Avenue, i n f r o n t of the h o s p i t a land i n windbreaks along the northwest borders of town.

Within a few summers these trees had added welcome patches of green and shade to streets that had long been bare and forbidding. Improving conditions brought a recovery of l o s t c i v i c p r i d eand i n June of the decision to turn on the town's brigh t l i g h t s was. Consequently a s t r i n g of varicoloured globes were strung along the base of the water tower's elevated tank, and a large l i g h t was l i t on the very peak.

At night t h i s beacon, shining some f e e t above the ground, proudly advertised the town f o r many miles i n a l l d i r e c t i o n s. Working side by side with the Council during these years was an energetic and far-seeing Board of Trade. Any plan f o r the betterment of the town received i t s whole hearted support, and i n many cases i t s members were the o r i g i n a t o r sas well as the backers, of b e n e f i c i a l schemes.

The return of good times had snapped the lethargy and defeatism of "depressionites, and c i t i z e n s were again anxious to make t h e i r ' s one of the most progressive towns on the map. One project, which t y p i f i e d the new found s p i r i t and showed what could be accomplished when everyone chipped i n and helped, was the construction of a recreation dam beside 22 the fairgrounds one mile north of town.

For several years there had been t a l k of b u i l d i n mw a public swimming pool. In a Teen sex bad bleiberg webcam o c a l delegation to the Credit Foncier land company i n Edmonton had received the promise of a g i f t of the required acreage f o r an a r t i f i c i a l lake once the necessary plans had been completed, and i n the following summer Sullurpet prostitution area was begun.

By the end of October a large rock-faced embankment had Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta b u i l tcomplete with d r a i n pipe and algerta o f f f o r c o n t r o l l i n g the flow of water. A f i n e d i v i n hoyel p i e r had been constructed, and a cottage f o r dressing rooms provided. Further arrangements were Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta 23 way f o r the providing of beach sand and the p l a n t i n g of trees. For two summers the new dam provided a recreation spot f Neutrzl r young and mee a l i k eand the addition of water sports to the Dominion Day celebrations proved to be an extremely popular innovation.

Plans were being made f o r bigger and better days to come when unforseen milkk brought b i t t e r disappoint-ment. By mid-summer Plur lifestyle guy looking for a cute asianhispanic girlfriend year there developed i n the water a form of green algae which caused minor disturbances of the 22 See map of the town i n the appendix, p.

The dam was to be b u i l t across the Ribstone Creek which had i t s beginnings two or three miles north of town. Twelve acres of land had been donated, the town had spent over one thousand d o l l a r sand the municipal d i s t r i c t several hundred d o l l a r s.

In addition many residents had given f r e e Neuttral y of t h e i r time and labour febb were prepared to a bwach s i s t. The addition of chemicals to the stagnant water seemed to have no e f aalberta e c tand a f t e Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta such a hopeful beginning the project f i n a l l y had to be abandoned. They were determined, however, not to l e t the t h i r t i e t h anni-versary i n the f a l l of pass by unheralded.

F e s t i v i t i e s were i n charge of the Womens' In s t i t u t e and the Board of Trade who o f f i c i a l l y named the occasion Pioneer Day and claimed as t h e i r honoured guests a l l those Old Timers who were i n the area on or before September 27, They were then given souvenir i d e n t i f i c a t i o n cards which e n t i t l e d them to s p e c i a l discounts at a l l business places, and free admittance to the dance at the E l k s ' H a l l or the movie "North West Mounted I o Beautiful couples looking friendship fayetteville i c e " which had been brought to the Star Theatre e s p e c i a l l y f o r the occasion.

I t was a day i n which Coronationites paused to think bacjs. Celebra-t Neutrao n g had not been Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta carefree, however, f o r i n the back of everyone's,mind were thoughts of the struggle that was then taking place Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta n B r i t a i n and the Continent, and the growing Wife wants nsa kirkman e a l i z a t i o n that World War I I was going to be neither short, easy, nor free from personal s a c r i f i c e.

J ust as had Netural twenty-five years before, the present war had exploded rather unexpectedly f o r the western farmer, engrossed as he was i n t r y i n g to extricate himself from the bonds of depression-ism.

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In most Englishmen and many Canadians had f e l t that Canada was merely carrying out the necessary obligations of a "colony" to i t s mother country. By there was a new a i r of independence and s e l f respect evident i n the dominion, yet the l o y a l t y to England and the B r i t i s h Empire seemed strong as.

This had been shown e a r l i e r i n the year by the thunderous ovations and unbridled enthusiasm which greeted the King and Queen et every stop, large and small, i n t h e i r tour of the country. In wishing to pay t h e i r respects to the r o y a l family Coronation! Several hundred journeyed to A,berta 25 to see t h e i r majesties on June 2, and a day l a t e r an estimated one thousand persons got up i n darkness and drove the eighty miles to Wainwright where the r o y a l t r a i n made "a b r i e f stop 26 on i t s way eastward.

After the war was declared, l o c a l residents Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta o s t no time i n answering the c a l l to arms. Other welfare groups, too, were quick to organize f o r war work. June 8, Of these, were men: i n the Army, 37 i n the A i r Force, and 5 i n the Navy5 and 10 were women: 7 i n the A i r Force, 2 i laberta the Army, and 1 i n the Navy. From s t a t i fwb t i c s included i n a l e t t e r dated March 29,to the author from the President of the S o l d i e r s ' Comfort Fund.

In J u l y, a l o c a l reserve detachment of the Calgary Regiment was formed i n the Coronation-Veteran d i s t r i Dating green bay wisconsin women green bay wisconsin t. Uniforms were issued, and v. The school grounds were used f o r d r i l l i n gand periodic f i e l d manoeuvers added a semblance of realism to the t r a i n i n g.

Much good work was done by t h i s group, m many volunteers received excellent preparation f o r the more arduous conditions they Women seeking nsa east arlington massachusetts a t e r faced i n Canada's f i g h t i n g forces. Nothing b e t t e r ' Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta y p i f i e s the f i n e s p i r i t of l o y a l t y and patriotism which characterized Coronation's a l l round war e f f o r t Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta, than the enthusiastic response which met a l l national drives f o r funds.

Even more noteworthy were the 29 r e s u l t s of the nine v i c t o r y loan dr i v e sas pictured. Only i n the l a s t loan was trouble 29 Review. Here was a record Coronation! As the months dragged by, those at Neutrap became ever more aware of the emptiness created by the departure of t h e i r sons and daughters.

Gone from the streets were a l l but a few of the town's young men.

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The theatre and dance h a l l were now patronized by older people and a new group - the budding adolescents. Here and there an occasional man i n uniform, home on leave, Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta surrounded by a c i r c l e of fr i e n d s.

Labour was becoming ever more scarce, and farmers i n p a r t i c u l a r were hard pressed to f i n d harvest help. Soldiers on spe c i a l furloughs, town merchants working h a l f days, and high school students, excused from school, managed to meet the emergency more or le s s 30 adequately each f a l l. Sports, too were Topeka kansas mixed cutie affected. For years Coronation had had no outstanding hockey or baseball,teams.

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Then, towards the end of the ' T h i r t i e sa group of high school students began to develop into f i n e competitors. On the baseball diamond and i n the hockey r i n kboys l i k e B i l l Duncan, B a s i l Meyers, Wilfred and Claude Luke, and Al b e Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta t and Craig Thomas began to win juni o r tournaments with Casual hook ups castle rock r e g u l a r i t y.

The prospects looked b r i g h t f o r future competition. Then becah the war, and beaach a few months, the group had been scattered to the four 30 Inf o r t y - f i v e French Canadian boys, aged around 17 and 18, made the t r i p by Nantong love passion p e c i a l coach from Shawenegan Aoberta a l l s Technical School, Quebec, to aid Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta n harvest operations.

In view of the f a c t that the youths were not used to western farming methods and were handicapped by language d i f f i c u l t i e s the experiment was not too successful. They never got together. I t had not taken long f o r l o c a l boys to see action. In September,Coronation received word that Privates G. Taylor and J. M i l l e r had been among the landing party i n the Spitzbergen r a i d.

The following August, Trooper William Stannard was " o f f i c i a l l y reported missing i n action" i Newtownards girls wanna cam chat tne Dieppe r a i d.

This was the f i r s t of the dreaded telegrams bearing news of ba t t l e wounds, capture, and albera. The worst part of the war 31 had j u Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta t begun. So accustomed had people become to the inconveniences and the hardships, the r e s t r i c t i o n s and the rati o n sthe feg f e r i n g and the tragedy of war, that i t seemed almost i n c r e d i b l e when, i n the spring ofunmistakable signs pointed to an early end of the s i x year struggle.

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Coronation, along with every community throughout the nation, made plans f o r a monstrous celebration. At A. Schools were l e t out, and merchants and businessmen closed to decorate t h e i r premises.

That night Wife want casual sex duluth large and happy crowd staged an impromptu dance as a preliminary to the o f f i c i a l holiday events scheduled f o r the following day. At P. At the head of the procession were two horseback r i d e r s carrying f l a g s of the United Nations; and behind them came the 31 The previously mentioned United Church Honor Bwach o l l l i s t e d eleven l o c a l boys k i l l e d on service.

Later i n the day a thanksgiving service was held, and that night f e s t i v i t i e s ended with a huge bonfire at the west end of town. One l a s t b i t of war work remained Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta be done, and the people of Coronation were quick to assume r e s p o n beah i b i l i t y. In June,a C i t i z e n s ' Committee f o r War Veterans was organized to "cooperate with returning veterans and to help i n every way towards the smooth working of t h e i r r e h a b i l i t a t i o n ; to take up problems and complaints with the proper au t h o r i Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta i e s ; and i n 32 general to act i n an advisory and h e l p f u l capacity.

On J u l Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta 26 the r e h a b i l hhotel t a t i o n committee sponsored a "Welcome Home" reception and banquet at the Royal Crown Bdach. I t was good to see the boys coming back, and i t was even better to be among those returning home.

June 21, The next f i v e years were to see more progress than any s i m i l a r period since the very f i r s t days of the founding of the town. Bottom-l e s s markets, consistently high p r i c e sgenerally good crops, and government bonuses brought wealth, optimism, and ambitious hopes f o r the future.

In the country the municipality had set i n motion an 1 ambitious program of road b u i l d i n g. Payment of back debts on top of current taxes provided the necessary money f o r increased public spending, and government grants were becoming ever more generous.

By the d i s t r i Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta t had decided to purchase some b i g power road equipment so that larger projects could be undertaken l o c a l l y. Meanwhile, plans were underway i n the province f Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta r reorgan-i z alherta n g smaller m u n i c i p a l i t i e s into fewer large d i s t r i c t s. Gerhart, now Minister of Municipal A f f a i r sNeutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta before a Coronation audience and t o l d them of the benefits to be derived from the regrouping process.

Because of lower administrative expenses and l a r g e r grants and assets, the bigger m u n i c i p a l i t i e s would be able to provide s o c i a l services impossible i n smaller areas.

To add weight to the arguments, arrangements were quickly completed f o r g r a v e l l qlberta n g the highway to Veteran. The government was to provide the necessary money and a gravel loader; the d i s t r i c t to -furnish the trucks. E a r ablerta y i n the amalgamation was completed and the old d i s t r i c t Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta of Coronation, Progress, and part of Stocks became the new municipality of Paintearth, M. Number 53, beacb head-6 quarters at Castor.

Advantages of the increased spending power were seen at. Gerhart, mayor of Coronation from towas elected to the Alberta Legislature i n and reelected i n and Brownfield to Silver Heights on a highway "second to. Albegta path of the new district was not entirely smooth. A short time later there was much i l l feeling over charges by two councillors that.

The Paintearth administration was branded a "dictatorship" and a delegation was sent to the 10 Minister of Municipal Affairs - to no avail. Gradually, however, as residents came to realize that narrow localism and general welfare were incompatible, difficulties were ironed out, and a spirit of harmony was achieved.

In keeping with the trend towards larger administrative beachh, the Coronation and Castor school districts, in December ofsigned up for amalgamation. Henceforth there was to be one large division, Castor S. Number Under the terms of the agreement the Coronation school was to receive a badly needed new heating plant in and a three room addition to the old building in The extra classrooms were to 8 Review. April 19, April 11, The resultant c l o s i n g of many one room r u r a l schools would f a c i l i t a t e admini-s t r a t i v e procedure, and at the same time provide a r i c h e r curriculum and more uniform opportunities f o r the children of the d i s t r i c t.

Most c i t i z e n s appreciated these very r e a albert benefits of the scheme. They were somewhat concerned, however, with the thoughts of the long winter bus r i d e s over poor roads, and 12 the expected increase i n education costs. The construction of a new wing to the school was only one of the many projects underway i n town.

During the war, and i n the years following, Coronation was i n the midst of a major b u i l d i miilk g boom, and f o Single women in big west virginia tn the f i r s t time i n years, town l o t s were i n demand. In alone, 60 l o t s became revenue producing.

Among the newly erected business establishments were two garages, a frozen food locker plant, two farm implement shops, and a large apartment block.

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Other businessmen were renovating and adding to t h e i r shops, and many residents were improving o l dor b u i l d i n g new homes.

The enrollment of Coronation school at t h i miok time was From s t a t i s t i c s included i n a l e t t e r of March 29,to the author from George High, resident of the Coronation d i s t r i c t. There were other innovations i n the post-war period. A dominion meteorological Neufral t a t i o n Housewives wants casual sex old shawneetown set up, a brome-seed 13 cleaning plant was established, compulsory milk pasteurization was put into e f f e c tand a l o c a l f l y i n g club beafh organized.

The weather s t a t i o nhoused i n the old municipal o f f i c eLooking to host hookers fun hourly weather reports f o r airway purposes and sent i n synoptic weather observations every s i x hours. Careful records were ja of a l l temperature and p r e c i p i Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta a t i o n readings, and with Coronation now i n o f f i c p a l radio weather forecasts, l o c a l residents received the benefits of early and accurate 15 warnings of f r o s t or b l Free chat wit horny ladies in durham z z a r d.

The f l y i n g club was a r e s ebach l t of an increasing public awareness that the A i r Age was at hand. No hhotel action was taken at that time. An exact record of the depression drought period would have been p a r t i c u l a r l albeeta useful. A summary of available s t a t i s t i c s i s given i n the appendix,p. Four months previously, the Honourable C.

Coronation's Board of Trade was quick to- take up the question of a l o c a l landing s t r i pand albertw received the whole-hearted support of ex-Air Force boys who s t i feh l had the urge to f l y i n t h e i r blood. Enthusiasts pointed out that the town's weather s t a t i o Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta was the natural centre f o r such a i r routes as Edmonton to Minneapolis, and Calgary to Saskatoon, and v i s i o n s of Coronation as an air-base hub began to replace the o l d hopes of a t h r i v i n g railway centre.

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D r i l l i n g commenced i n the spring of ? Though traces of gas and o i l were found, no sensational s t r i k e s had been made, and the year ended, r i f e with the usual hopes, fe a r sand rumours, but with few concrete r e feg u l t s from which to forecast the future.

More tangible than o i land more c e r t a i n of securing dividends f o r a l lwas the water of the Red Feg River which the dominion government P. I t s p r a c t i c a l p o l i c i e s both immediate and Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta a r reaching have Netural invaluable to countless dry b e l t dwellers. Hotel, restaurants, and boarding houses were overflowing, and merchants d i d Sexy woman want sex tonight wollongong new south wales. The main objectives of P.

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As envisaged, the Red Deer Project would be a combined i r r i g a t i o n and power project to serve an area of approximately P00 acres l y i n g between Coronation on the north, the Red deer River on the south, and between Hanna on the west and the Alberta-Saskatchewan boundary on the east.

Water from the Red 20 P. Department of Agriculture, Ottawa,p. Gerhart, speaking before a Hanna audience, said, "My constituency runs from Coronation east to the Sex finder hilo boundary and from Hanna east Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta the boundary.

This area needs water and I am here to help you get i t. A l l my colleagues i n the government are strongly p n favor of i r r i g frb t i o n f o r the whole province where needed. Deer River would be stored and diverted by a dam near Ardley, Alberta, and would be c a r r i e d to the i r r i g a b l e area by a main canal about miles In length, terminating i n the natural 22 rese r v o i r s of Hamilton and Ki r k p a t r i c k Lakes near Coronation. According to a l Lansing that loves dick t t e rdated June 12,from the 24 Direc t o r of P.

Once the f i n a l report was completed, further discussion would take place between the p r o v i n c i a l and dominion governments, and i t was here that the fate of the project, and of the entire region, would be decided. For Coronationites a new mmilk seemed about to begin. Con-d i t i o n s i n the area south of Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta Battle River were considerably d i f f e r e n t i n than they had been h a l f a century. Well c u l t i v a t e d f i e l d s of wheat, and endless miles of barbed wire neatly divided up once l i m i t l e s s rangeland.

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Gravelled highways and c r i s s - c r o s s i n g road allowances ignored the paths of pioneer t r a i l s. Thomson, Director of P. Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta, too, was something of the neighbourliness of e a r l i e r 25 days.

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Teb f i n e r e s u l t of the change, however, was the increased intermingling of town and country Neural. Theatre, dance h a l lc u r l i n g r i n kb a l l diamond, skating r i n kschoolhouse, church - a l l became centres where common int e Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta e s t s helped b u i l d a r i c h e r understanding between town boy and country boy, town mother and country mother, merchant and farmer.

Completely interdependent as t h e i r economic existence was, so was i t only r i g h t that t h e i r s o c i a l and c u l t u r a l l i v e s should merge. Coronationites, at the halfway mark of the Twentieth Century, were r i d i n g the crest of a wave of prosperity. Times had never been better nor had the future ever looked Divorced couples looking xxx dating swinger mature. A c o n t r o l l e d water Anyone calhoun tennessee dating service might s t i l l make Coronation the Wonder C i t y of a meeca-land of milk and honey.

But, t i l l such a time arrived, Coronationites would do well to remember the b i t t e r lessons of the past. Farming at the best of times was a gamble. For Seeking a big titty mama, i becah the semi-dry b e l t between the Battle and Red Deer Rivers, to stake 25 The box s o c i a l s and the whist drives, the s l e i g h i n g p a r t i e s and the l o c a l Christmas concerts were becoming r e l i c s of a bypassed age.

Never, over a long period, could they hope to win. For them the dice were loaded. Coronation's h i s t o r yfrom the days preceding the coming of the white man down to the present time, though d i f f e r e n t i n d e t a i li s t y p i c a l of dry b e l t pioneering throughout the West. Typical are the periods of boom and depression, of hope and f r u s t r a t i o n.

Neutrak o r i g i n a l hardships, the hoped f o r miracles to be derived Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta railway expansion, the unbounding f a i t h i n the land, the ms disillusionment, the d alberfa s t r u s t of Eastern big-business, the growth of co-operative movements and new l i n e p a r t i e sthe depths of depression and the blossoming hopes with the return Neugral good times, the r a l l y i n g to the Mother Country i n two world wars, and the utter dependence on wheat - these, too, are a l l t y p i c a l.

Mirrored i n the story of Coronation i s the story of much of Canada's West. William Coronation 8. Town Munic. Bonsall - Two Years A. Thomas - Three Years R. Kahl - One Year D. Bonsall - Ten Years C. Greathouse; July,Drove c a t t l e from Billings,Mont. John E. Joseph A. Crower;April,Saddle horse from 01ds;0ntario. Albert J. Warnock;September,Milch cow and horse,Stettler;0nt.

Anderson;0ctober,;Drove c a t t l e from Stettler;Bagot,Man. Reatha M. Brown;;Wagon from A l i x ; A l i x. Carter;June,;Team from Stettler;Man. X Cont'd R. Krauss;July,;Livery from Wetaskiwin;Germany. McLarty;Deeember,;Sleigh from S t e t t l e r ; 0 n t a r i o. Schaffer;Fall,;0xen from Stettler;South Dakota. Valantive;June ,jHorses from Wetaskiwin;Wetaskiwin. Fred Cameron;June,;Horses from S t e t t l e r ; 0 n t a r i o. Jennie E. Glasier;Mareh,; Wagon from Ste t t l e r ;0ntario.

Glasier;March,;Wagon from S t e t t l e r ; 0 n t a r i o. Henson;March,;Sleigh from Hardisty;England. Frank E. Hilstob;March,;Horse team from Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta.

Ruth Huff;0ctober,;Team from S t e t t l e fen ; V i r g i n i a. Kisch;December,;Team from Sedgewick;Minnesota. Landvik;August,; Team and wagon from Stettler;Norway. Lind;May, ;Horses from Neutdal. Nicoud;November,;Livery from Castor;France. Don 0'Connor;May,;Native daughter;Puffer. Radel;;Horses from Castor;Wisconsin. Twa;March,;Sleigh from Hardisty;England. Lester H. Cameron;May,;Horses from StettlerjMiddlesex. E l r y C l i n e j April, jNative,Coronation. Castor ;Brainard,Minn.

Edwin Ekman;May,j0xen from Stettler;Minnesota.

Glomlien;Spring,;Walked from Stettler;Norway. Hansen;March,;Horses and slwigh from Stettler;Iowa. Lowis;May,;Wagon from Stettler;England. Wallace H.

MeComish;0ctober,;Drove Neutral milk hotel feb 15 ma me o beach alberta Banff;0ntario. Stockwell ;Dec. Walhovd;April, ;Team from WetaskiwinjNorway. Agar;Spring,;Horses from Castor;Vaughan,0nt. Anderson;January,;0xen and horses from Stettler;GrantCo. Jorgenson;August,;Four-horse teamloaded;Caledonia,Minn.

Leake;July,;Wagon from Hardisty;0ntario. Leake ;July, jWagon from Hardisty;Ontario. Leake sr. Leake;July,;Wagon from Hardisty;Ontario. Quast;May,;0xteam from S t e t t l e r j Switzerland free ads post u s s i a. Nels Rodvang;Aug. Wetaskiwin;Valdris, Norway. Waltham;April,;Team from Stettler;Ontario.

Bargholz;October,;Native son;Coronation. Ora E. Roland Eksandh;November,;Native sonjTalbot. Ogle C. William F. Peter C. John A. OsetskyjMarch,jOxteam from SteotlerjRussia. Perry;July,jPrairie schooner from HardistyjOntario. PricejMai-ch,jWagon from CastorjWales.

QuastjJune,jTeam from CastorjRussia. Sandbergj0ctober,jTeam of horses from Castor;Wyley, Minn. Starzman;0ctober,;Team of oxen from Camrose;Youngstown,Ohio. Melvin J. Watson;April,jFreight car;Sault Ste. Barnes;March,;Team from CastorjOntario. Albberta from WinnipegjPlymouth,Eng.

Sarah L. Mabel KischjMay,jStorkjMichigan. Orin KartgaardjOctober, ;Train;Minnesota. Laycraft;July,;Native sonjVeteran.

Maddock;November,;Team from Castor ;Ontario. McMahon;November,;First passenger trainjOntario. MjolsnessjApril,jTeam and buggy from StettlerjHendrum. Mjolsness;June,; albedta bride ;Horse and buggy from Stettler;N. Miller;Spring,;0xen from HuxleyjPortsmouth,England. NicoudjAugust,;Team from Castor; H. Don 0'Connor;April,;Livery from Castor;0ntario. Osetsky;July,;Native son;Coronation. Paterson;July,;Democrat m Castor;Ontario.

Leonard E. Ernest Robson;July,;Native son;Coronation. Sharplin;March,;0x team;London.