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    Combine rides

    By Yvonne (Craeyveldt) De Bruyne – Radville, Sask. Marshall and I got married in 1942. We started faming in 1945 and had a pull-type combine pulled by a tractor. I would truck the grain to [continue...]
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    Raised family on his own

    By Herbert Ernst – Tisdale, Sask. I knew Levi Habermehl all my life. He wasn’t big in size, but had a big heart. He came from Ontario to Humboldt by train. He then walked to his homestead, [continue...]
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    Boys played rough soccer

    By Doug Sanderson – Regina, Sask. Hello to fellow Senior Paper reader Chuck Morden of McCreary, Manitoba! I remember going to his home farmyard northwest of Elm Creek a couple of times – once to [continue...]
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    ‘I couldn’t play a note’

    By Rita Fauth – North Battleford, Sask. When I was a kid back in the ‘40s, I always dreamt of being able to play an instrument, especially an accordion. My dreams came true when I [continue...]
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    Mom rode on motorcycle

    By Chuck Morden– McCreary, Man. My amazing mother was born in Germany, came to Canada at the age of 12, learned to read and write English without going to school, married, raised a family of nine (thankfully [continue...]

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