‘I always had a horse to ride’

By Elsie Kipp – Wilkie, Sask. Horses have played such a great part in the lives of mankind during the ages. They are still used today, though in a much more limited way. I’m not sure how far back the dog association goes, though I read once that Roman armies used geese for their alarm systems around [continue...]

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Polly would never leave her side

By Ruby (Briscoe) Mondry – Vernon, B.C. I was raised in St. Boswells in the southwestern part of Saskatchewan between Gravelbourg and Swift Current. My parents ran the telephone office. Mother was the telephone [continue…]


Ballgame crowd circa 1913

By Jim Smyth – Kipling, Sask. The faint writing on the back of this postcard states, “This is me at the opening ball game in Winnipeg.” The date printed on the [continue…]

The Lighter Side

  • Hospital regulations require a wheelchair for patients being discharged. However, while working as a student nurse, I found one elderly gentleman already dressed and sitting on the bed with a [continue...]


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Ahh, the memories!


Special Birthdays

By Mabel (Wheeler) Hobbs – Maple Creek, Sask. I recall one of my birthdays back in the ‘30s when my parents made ice cream for my June 1st birthday. Mom [continue…]


Cow didn’t kick

By RITA BOWEY – Senlac, Sask. My husband and I milked the cows. When he was coming in late for supper one day, I wanted to have all the chores finished [continue…]