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The Hideout Gang’s hayfield haven

By Terry Grover – Penhold, Alta. I was favoured with two older brothers, Dennis and Gerald, and a younger sister, Karen. We all had chores to do at our home south of Hays, Alta. For [more…]

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Father’s honesty was long remembered

By Millie Duncan – Killam, Alta. It was 1951 and at nine years old, I’d just learned in school how to write a friendly letter. I’d determined I would write to my cousin in Canora, Sask. [more…]

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Summons for jury set off a flurry of worry

By Doris (Russell) Anderson – Grenfell, Sask. Many years ago, I received a registered letter summoning me to jury service. I was instantly petrified! I’d received teacher’s training and it was often a challenge to [more…]

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WWII shoehorn finds its way home

By Barb Gonie – Pierceland, Sask. The cold wind howled at the window and I decided to work indoors as the hall closet needed cleaning. I pulled a dusty shoebox from the top shelf and [more…]