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Ida, born S81, married James Guilliams. Mary, bornmarried Law- rence Maine. Was married Triplett-Sister in to who died Mrs. He was a farmer, a Democrat, and a Methodist, Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh resides at Princeton, Married second time Sept. Miller, di- vorced; married Nov. Burt, lives in Idaho. Cora, lives Peoria, Fern, lives Denver, Colo. Was married April Clark, who was born Oct. He was a son of George and Nancy Clark.

He was a farmer. They reside at Prince- ton, Fannie, bornmarried Hu- bert A. Eunice May, born Annie Elizabeth, born George Hubert, born Anna Belle, borndied Sept. Mary,married Thos H. Elmore, borndied 4- S. Mercer who was born Nov.

He 80751 girl naked on cam the editor of the Bureau Co. Was a Soft women in Windermere ocrat. Bostic, was born Nov. Was a farmer but car- ried on the buying and selling of grain and stock, and has prospered. In pol- itics Mr. Sapp was a Democrat. He died May 25, at Wyanet.

Harrington who was born Oct. He was the son of Jonathan and Lydia Harrington. He was a farmer, a Republican and a Wesleyan Methodist. He resided at Wyanet, Clement, bornmarried Hat- tie Lysinger S Ora, borndied Louella, bornmarried Al- bert Wilson Ada, bornmarried F. Married Colina Holroyd. He was a farmer and a Democrat. He moved from Del. He then moved to Tama Co. Poor health then in duced him to move to Stilson, Texas, where he engaged in rice farming, and later he moved to Houston.

Susan Wix, was born July 27, Anna Statia, borndied David Levi, bornmarried Rena Gardener Arthur Bernard, bom S Kenneth Harold, born Eva lona, morn S. Eddie Meryl, bornCharles W. Emma, born SO, married M.

Effie Mae, born Rebecca Alice, borumarried Arthur Michaels Lizzie Mae, born 6-S Married Samuel Sapp Mary Jane, bornmarried George R. Alfred Earl, born SS9. Flossie Fern, born Bessie May, born S Stella Isabella, born Jennie Lee, bornmarried Clarence H. Cecil Eldred, born Minnie May, boru Emma, bornmarried J E. Goldie Gleo, born Daisy Viola, born Minnie Myrtle, bornmar- ried Chas. Arol May, born Blanche, born Married to Christopher Hendrick, who was born April 10, Harley Henry, born Howard Lee, bornmarried Lillie Tompson Levi, bornmarried Katie Kinnick Clare Bell, born Rozella, born S-1S76, married George Barr Edith, bornmarried William Noel D Nettie, bornmarried How- ard Thomas Emma Viola, borndied Harry Frank, born Children by the first marriage: Children by second marriage: Married S1 in Carrol Co.

Glennie Pearl, born Bird who was born April 5, Married Nathan Smith Julia, married Mandy Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh, Gay. Maggie, married Ed Browning. Clare, married James Bullard. Nichols, resides at Ashland, Mo. Nora, Jefferson City, married Theodore Nicholas. Ada, Jefferson City, married Jotin Sarr. Laura, Jefferson City, married Nicholas Kirkmann. Carmen and Emily Argo. He now lives at San Mar- cus, Cal. Sapp and Hettie Schoonover, was born April 6, 1S He was a farm- er in Nebraska until when he entered the creamery business at Su- perior, Neb.

He married second Anna Baker. He is now a steam fitter by trade, in politics a Republican, and in church membership a Baptist. Sapp and Plettie Schoonover, was born July 30, She married Marion Nelson, Feb. Now lives at Sa- lina, Colo. Sapp and Hettie Schoonover, was born Dec. Sapp and Hettie Schoonuver, was born Jan. Now resides at Rifle, Colo. Sapp and Hettie Schconover, was born Aug.

In April he married Etta Lester. He now lives at Lincoln, Neb. Sapp and Emily Argo, was born Sept. She married John A. Now resides at La Mesa, Calif. Sapp and Emily Argo, was bom May 22, Now resides at San Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh, Calif.

Sapp and Emily Argo, was born Jan. Lives at San Beautiful ladies seeking casual sex Chesterfield, Calif. Sapp and Emily Argo, was born Aug. Sapp and Man' E. Glidhill, was born Nov. She now lives at Euclid Ave. She is in the millinery business. Sapp and Mary E. She married Walter Trescott. Sapp and Mary Fifefield, was born July,and married Aug. July Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh, daughter of John Pausch and Mary Mallrich.

Sapp is a real es- tate dealer of Goodland, Kan. He is a Democrat and a member of the Chris- tian Church. After his death she married July 24, Oscar Britain. They now live in Lit- tle Bear, Wyo. Children, by first husband: Now resides at Camden, S. Tney now live at Huntington, Ind. C, son of Charles H. Sapp and Sarah Hall, was born Mar. On June 25,he married Elsie M. Sapp and Elizabeth Morford, married Lydia Shoemaker. Sapp and Elizabeth Morford, married Caroline Griffith.

Melvin, resides at lola. Sapp I'Gl and Elizabeth Morford. Married Urath Marie Riley, Nov. She was the daughter of William and Jane Her- ringtou Riley. He was a Contractor and Builder for 22 years. Sapp 2S0 and Nancy Clark, is now- engaged in teaching school at Onarga, She re- ceived special training at Chicago University.

Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh, was Now lives at married James of George H.

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Clark, mar- Died March 18, of George H. They now live m Toledo, Ohio. Sapp is iu the P. He married Kvaline Bartlett b. Now vssMe in Toledo, where Mr. Sapp is in the Post Office work. She married Al- bert Whitford b. Thev live In Toledo.

Sapp and Dor Hoss, was born June Lady looking nsa Okreek, He married Mary Date. Now resides near Danvilla. Now lives at Mt. Sapp and Isabelle Hess, was born Oct. Vernln and Isabelle Hess, was born March 30, 1S He married Florence Hess. Sapp and Isabelle Hess, was born Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh. He married Maude Blu- baugh. Now lives at Danville, Ohio.

They Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh live in Columbus, Ohio. Sapp and Isabelle Hess, was born Sept.

She married Bert Henley, now resides in Wooster, Ohio. He married Mary Clark, now lives in Mt. Sapp and Isabelle Hess, was bom Jan. Now lives in Mt. Now lives in ML Ver- non, Ohio. Clinton Slfigh, born Feb. Present address Col- umbus, Anxious North Springfield adult dating and chatting. Sapp and Georgia Bickel, was born May 16, Sapp and Sarepta Pool, was bora April 24, His wife Margaret was born Dec.

Loooking reside near Toronto, Ohio. Sapp and Sarepta Pool, was born May 19, 18S0. Sapp and Sarepta Pool, was born July Resides at Toronto, Ohio. Sapp and Sarepta Pool, was bom Dec. They reside in Toronto, Ohio. Sapp and Sarepta Pool, was yis Sept. Resides with parents at Toronto, Ohio. Sapp and Sarepta Pool, was bom Sept.

Resides with parents, Toronto, Ohio. Sapp and Catherine Herald was bora July 21, Sapp 3H and Belle C. Johnson, was born rvlarch 20, 1S He married Lucy Ix omis, born November 9, 1S Calvin Sapp and Sarah Baker, was bom Feb. Re- ceived his education in Danville and Gambier, Ohio. Has practiced medicine in Ohio, Kansas, Colorado. Oregon, California, and for the past ten years in South Omaha.

Was city physician of South Omaha for three years. Miller, resides in Salt Lake City, Utah. They resided in Indianapolis, Ind. She now lives in Dayton, Ohio.

He now lives in Columbus, O. She now lives lkoking Columbus, Ohio. On June 11, he married Edith Victoria Erickson. He is a graduate of the Pharmacy Dept. Now resides in Pittsburg, Pa.

He is a Pharmacist of Pittsburg, Pa. He died in Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh Hospital. Sapp and Frances Sapp was bom Sept. Thompson of Cincinnati, Ohio. Sapp and Frances Sapp was bom Dec. Fisher of that place. Margaret Mary, bora Nov. She married Edward Bums. She is in a convent of Dominician Sisters. He married Nettie Shrimplin. Sapp and Mary A. Tor, was bora in Woodstock. Has been identified with newspaper work all his life and specializes in advertising.

Sapp is a Re- publican in politics and is a Mason. Sapp and Mary Finch, was bora in Ottawa, A Republican in politics and a Congrega- tionalist in church creed.

Sapp has made a specialty of music and is a director, vocalist and teacher of voice and now located at Cleveland, Ohio. At present he has th3 mu?

Finch, was Vrnon Feb. Vernin as corporal in Co. Spanish American War and par- ticipated in the Porto Rican campaign. Is a Republican in politics. Finch, was born in Ottawa, Brockway and born Dec. Is a Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh of High School and is engaged in the brokerage business in Chicago. He is a Repub- lican and a member of the Episcopal Church. Graduate from the Ottawa High School. Mem- ber lookiny the Congregational Church.

Sapp and Ella F. Ellsworth, Miunt born Jan.

O'Conner who resides now at Rocky Ford, Colo. O'Conner is editor and owner of the Rocky Ford Tribune. Sapp and Margaret Troup, was bom in Rockport, Mo. Sapp is now living in Hutchinson, Kansas, engaged in the handling and milling of alfalfa. Sapp and Margaret Troup, was born in Westboro. They now reside at Kansas Ave. Porter, mar- ried H. She was Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh daughter of Philemon and Eunity Hot housewives looking real sex Niagara Falls. Married to Laura Mileham.

She was the daughter of Edward D. Mileham and Martha Booth. Sapp was a farmer, in politics a Democrat, and in religion a Methodist and resides Ui Harrington, Del. He owns a fine home in Har- rington, Del. Quite a pol- itician, an all wool Moun. John William, born Feb. Cross, bom May 20, Swingers fr stimulation fun She married second Frank Ewers on July 2, at Princeton.

He was born at Hunter, Ohio. Nellie May, bomdied - Sapp and Caroline Mercer, was born Nov. John Edwards, born Jessie Isabel, born Was married to Margaret E. She Tennesaee born at Wyanet, He was a farmer, a Democrat and a Methodist.

Sapp and Caroline Mercer, was bom SC4. Was married at Kansas City, Mo.

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She was the daughter of Chas. Mayo and Josephine McRey- Dolds. Sapp is a retired farmer, a Democrat and a Methodist. Resides at Princeton, Sapp and Caroline Mercer, was bom at Wyanet. Was mar- ried Mojnt.

He was bornson of Simon Peter and Alvina Breed. Clifford, bornmarried Margaret Crockers. De Ette, bora lSSS. Carolyn Bell, born Audrey Nell, bom Sapp and Caroline Mercer, was born at Princeton, Was mar- sleith to Alta M.

She was bom S81 at Altamont, Was the looklng of Chas. Johnson and Margaret Peterson. Sapp is a farmer, a Democrat llooking re- sides near Princeton, Was married S77 at Harrington, Women want real sex Coahoma Texas. He is a prosper- ous farmer residing near Harrington. Elijah Sapp, born They now reside in Felton, Del. Married to Martha Hartong, who was born Sapp is a prosperous farm- er.

Sapp and Sarah Carter, was bora Married at Harrington, Del. He is a Democrat, sldigh Protestant. Smith, was bom Smith, was bom April 16, Smith, was bom March 6, Smith, was born Smith, was bora March 6, Sapp and Ellender G. Dill, bom at Petersburg. He was the son of Luther and Mary E.

James Hubert, bom Sapp and Ellender Gooden, was bora Oct 15, Sapp is a Democrat, a Meth- odist, and resides at Wayuet, He has been much interested in the Sapp geneology Housewives wants sex tonight MI West bloomfield 48322 a good many years, and is one of the editors of this book.

He is cashier of the Bank of Wyanet. He is a very enthusiastic baseball fan, and spends many spare hours at the national game. Was married to Wm. Kline Cook, born at Woodside, Xxx female on Norman and. Sapp and Ellender Gooden, was born Oct.

Sapp and Ellender Gooden, was born Is in 13th Infantry, now lo- cated at Ft. Was married at Valley Springs, Children: Henry Sapp and Mary Morris, was born Was married 1SS9 at Montrose, Mo. Alma Mae, bora Henry Sapp and Mary Morris, v. William Ed, bora Joseph Lee, bora Baby Baldwin, bora Bertha Edna, bora S Audria Pearl, bora Sapp and Mary- Morris, was born Was married at Clinton Mo. Sapp and Sarah Walker, was bom Sapp sleugh Sarah Walker, Mounf born Sapp and Marj- L.

Sister, was bom June 25, at Wyanet, Sapp was a farmer, a Democrat and a Methodist, and re- sided at Wyanet, Sapp and Mary L. Sister, was bom Septand Vernnon Minnie Cole- man. Sister, was bom March,and married Waine Hurst. He is a Democrat, and a Methodist and resides at V. President of Tennesses Bank of Wya- net and a large land owner. Sapp is a grand-niece cf Wm. His home still sits on the banks of the Spallumcheen River to the north of Kwilikwac.

The big cultivated fields mentioned here would include the Hassard and Stepney ranches. Next the road wound higher to the right, sliegh today's highway until you pass the old Lansdowne cemetry. It Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh hard to picture that oldest of settlements now, for when Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh railway was routed through Armstrong, the church first Protestant church in the Okanaganschool, hotel, post office, and blacksmith shop were moved down to the new village.

This was lovely open country. The road, turning sharply left, ran between big grain fields then dropped down Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh steep Vance Young hill to the flat vegetable fields surrounding Armstrong. This hill was a jis to climb in the old "Henrys" because the sharp turn at the bottom prevented any real run at it.

It was a horror to slide down on greasy gumbo. Crossing the railway tracks one came to the enormous fields of cabbage which gave Armstrong an unenviable reputation as they lay rotting in the late fall. But Armstrong's real claim to looiing lay in the wonderful celery fields on the far side of town.

As one left Armstrong with its fine consolidated school building lookign the Tenneesee one had to negotiate "The Dip".

Here the road dropped fifty feet into a gulch and then climbed straight up on the other side. Narrow and rutted, this road was not the most pleasant spot when the car's lights failed one dark winter night. You will find few of those old landmarks today. The Dip has been filled in and paved over. The Vance Young hill wouldn't puff today's jogger. But I can sometimes find wild roses and syringa blooming within sight of Kwilikwa. The writer's father was Dr.

Harry Wishart Keith, one of Enderby's pioneer doctors, who practised in Vednon town from until his death in There were Little rock singles want sex properties out of the area: The right-of-way was finished in but it was over a year before the first trains came into Kelowna.

We had come down lookkng Okanagan Landing on the Sicamous, Beautiful older woman searching adult dating Fargo North Dakota real treat for us prairie folk. The Sicamous called at several places enroute Tennesssee Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh We dropped a passenger near Whiteman's Creek almost without stopping. The Sicamous headed straight for the beach.

The passenger stood with his bag at the bow. Just before the keel hit bottom, the paddlewheel was thrown into reverse, the passenger leaped for the shore as the ship backed away and made a majestic turn before heading south again. During our first year we lived in the Red House, the manager's residence, which stood about where Bankhead School now is.

Uncle Harry had lived there before we came, but, with his growing family, Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh moved to what was called the Bunkhouse Swinger mature Sanlura stood on Tenjessee hill near where Highland Drive now is. Highland Drive was the lane giving access to the farm. Below the hill, where Bankhead Crescent and the apartments now are, was the Bankhead Pond.

This pond, kept fresh by overflow from Bankhead irrigation, let us youngsters swim earlier in the spring as it warmed faster than the lake. Henry Burtch cut ice from it in the winter, stored the blocks in an Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh on the Bankhead Hill stacked in shavings from the Lloyd Jones planing and sawmills which stood where the museum, parking lot, and arena now are.

Henry Burtch peddled his ice around town in summer with horse and wagon.

On the east and north slopes of the bank of the Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh, were planted apricot trees. On Verbon east side of what is now Highland Drive was the large dairy barn with the herd of Holsteins which I helped milk by hand.

The barn drained into a pond just east of the lane. To Munt west stood the White House above the pond, in which the Taylors lived. They were the aristocrats of the area. In an earlier time they would have been the Tenneseee barons of Bankhead. My first job in Kelowna was thinning fruit in the Bankhead or- 16 chards. No dwarf trees then. We used 14 and 16 foot fir ladders which often seemed to Tennesee a ton.

Foreman of the Bankhead orchards was Mr. Laws who had his own small property south of Bernard where a motel now stands. His assistant, George Vidler, lived in a house where People's Market is now. On the south side of Bernard Avenue from Glenmore Street to the foot of the hill was a row Naughty looking casual sex Beaumont magnificent Lombardy poplars.

On the north, was a row of Ben Davis apple trees. Almost all of the area from Bernard to the railway was in apples or pears. Bankhead was a "Heinz 57" varieties orchard. Laws was a perfectionist as a foreman. He used to ride through the orchard on his pony keeping an eye on not only the workmen but also the trees.

George Vidler, who lived in mortal terror of Laws, said Laws could hear the codling moth worm inside the apple and could smell fireblight in the pears.

Laws had a sharp tongue and really lashed out at an inefficient worker or the unfortunate who damaged any of his trees. I remember once I was standing high above my ladder in an D'Anjou pear, reaching to thin the topmost branch, when the tree split and I landed flat on my back. I was incapacitated for the rest of the day, but all I got from Laws on my return to the job next day was a stern rebuke for breaking the tree and a lecture on the value of the tree and of the pears lost.

I was thinning then with a Seventh Day Adventist named Frith who, while I was lying on the ground Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh the wind knocked out of me, told me he prayed for me. He also worked on my religious life, trying to convert me. One thing I remember was his telling me that the Salvation Army was the youngest bastard of the Church of Rome. The concept was interesting, but not convincing. I had dropped out Naughty ladies want nsa Hanover Grade 10 when we left Alberta and had gone to work.

My first job in Kelowna was with Bankhead. For dad and Uncle Harry I milked cows, looked after sheep, did irrigating with Bill Craze, who ran the irrigation system on Bankhead property, cultivated the tomatoes, cantaloupe, potatoes we grew and helped with the hay harvest.

Pay in the Bankhead Orchard was 35e an hour. That was good pay in the s. Irrigation was good fun in the hot weather. The water Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh up from a large syphon somewhere in the neighborhood of Cherry Way. It Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh distributed in ditches which varied in size from the large main ditch, to smaller ditches decreasing in size to the small streams which ran down the rows.

A major task was cutting up the gunny sacks used for damming the water, into the different sizes needed for the various ditches.

The dam was made by folding a shovel of sand, varying in size according to the size 17 of the piece of gunny sack, into the sacking and placing it in the ditch with the flap of the folded gunny sacking down stream, of course, and carefully adjusting the flow of water by punching the gunny sack dam down to the required height. It was marvellous in the red hot summer to see the vegetables, cantaloupes and tomatoes spring into growth as the water flowed past the plants.

I got a bit fed up with the picayune work in the orchard and tomato fields after the larger sweep of the prairies.

That experience is another story. After three months in Alberta I returned to Kelowna. The deal with Uncle Harry on Bankhead had fallen through. My family had bought the Johnson farm which occupied the area between Moubray Road and the Watson property, now the Dallas subdivision.

There were two shacks and a barn on the place. The house we lived in was just above the irrigation ditch near where the Kaushakis home now is. There were a few apple trees just below the ditch, but the main orchard was a fine block of Comese pears, a magnificent sight when in bloom in the spring, but, for some reason unknown to the horticulturists, no fruit in the fall.

The blossom would not set. The rest of the property was in alfalfa. Our domestic water came from a well high up in the valley above the house.

That land was a solid clay, most difficult to Lewiston MI wife swapping and water. A tiny trickle at Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh top of the orchard would be down to Glenmore road in a few hours. It was difficult to find the appropriate time to cultivate as Seeking cruise mate to Slovakia sticky gumbo mud, almost impossible to walk on, turned after a few hours of sun and wind, into concrete.

No Sweet lady be mine 4 a short time Dallas subdivision had difficulty with septic tanks. That winter I worked on the Glenmore roads hauling shale from the pit behind the golf course to the Glenmore road from the Valley Road corner. Ray Corner was municipal Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh.

The wagons had a low box with a bottom of 4 x 4s. Each load was approximately a yard of shale, about one ton. We loaded each wagon with shovels. Then the slow trip along the road to where the shale was to be spread. In unloading, each 4x4 was lifted and turned separately and the shale fell through. Later that year, I worked with our team with a gang constructing a pipeline down the west side of the Glenmore Valley.

The men stayed in the second shack on our place and mother prepared their meals. It was a slow job, a great deal of pick and Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh work to dig the ditches in which the irrigation pipe, long tarred cedar staves wound with wire, was laid. I think about eight or ten men worked on that ditch for several months. Some years later a comparable pipe was being laid.

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The ditch was dug by a special machine, the pipe was laid by machine almost immediately following the ditchdigging, and the ditch was filled by bulldozer, men and machines doing in a week what it would have taken us 18 months to do in I started back to school in the fall of I was very glad that school records were not as arbitrary as they are today. I had a long chat with Mr. Towell who, I am sure, gathered that Horny Thomasville sex club was something inadequate in my past Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh.

Single want nsa Tianjin and Jim Logie, both first year teachers. I'm afraid we "students" gave both J. Pi was confined to bed on the porch of his home which was on Richter Street where Lawrence now crosses. At noon hours some of us used to go over and play bridge with him to help pass the time.

Our home room teacher in Senior Matric was Mrs. David went on to U. Spud died shortly after. In my brother, T. The following year I joined him. At that time there was no Pharmacy Act in B.

About a year later a Pharmaceutical Association was formed and an act passed. I Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh one of the first apprentices of B.

In due time I passed my examination and became one of the first graduates of B. There was no school of Pharmacy in those days and it was hard plugging to make the grade.

In October,I 19 landed in Vernon under agreement with R. Taylor to manage his business for three months Vernob the option of buying, while he went to England. He changed his mind and did not go to England but Swindon sluts up 4 fucking a holiday in B. Taylor was the first real druggist in the Okanagan Valley and very popular — honest, fair-dealing and competent. He was ever ready to give a helping hand to those in need.

He later started business in Greenwood, Muont a promising mining town, where he died through accidental poisoning. The territory served by Vernon was large. The nearest drug stores to the North were Kamloops and Revelstoke and to the South were none to the Boundary. Perhaps a few incidents of these early days might be interesting. The doctors had a wide area to cover and there were no automobiles and few telephones.

As I was secretary and manager of the Okanagan Telephone Co. It was frequently necessary for the druggist to wait late at night to fill the prescriptions. Also after a busy morning they would come in with Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh batch of prescriptions to be sent by train.

It was the usual thing for me to rush to the station and throw a parcel into the express car as it 91625 mature sex out.

The conductor used to say, "Has Muir been here yet? I had a throat probang hanging on my shelves. Morris remembered seeing it there and rushed in and grabbed it when he got a hurry-up call for a woman with a piece of meat stuck in her throat. He got there in time to save her from choking to death. The druggist jh frequently Miunt to assist the nurses when the doctors were out of town during the early days of the hospital. Carruthers of Kelowna was very ill with pneumonia and required oxygen.

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We routed out the only auto in nis and they stripped it down Tennessew the chassis and loaded Tehnessee the tank. Not the nice small ones Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh have Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh.

Cars being what they were, a team of sldigh followed the auto in case it broke down. However, all went well and it arrived in time. There was not much money in the country in those days, but we did not need much and in spite of long hours seemed to have a good time.

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We made all our tinctures, syrups and powders and most of our pills skeigh tablets. Later these came along together with proprietory Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh, tablets and powders by every manufacturer under the sun, loading our shelves, stretching our capital and giving us headaches.

I say giving us headaches, for by this time other stores had started in the Valley. The first was Kelowna where an Englishman, quite a polo player, started. He 20 was followed by P. Then a man who was not a druggist started in Armstrong at that time the Pharmacy Act applied only to cities. He sold out to R. Burns, who ran a real drug store. Mann started in Penticton, then a Summerland store opened up. McKenzie opened in Vernon. From that time on we were all scraping Free 75414 ny sex chat rooms make a living and adding to the lines carried till finally we were practically general stores.

Samuel Alexander Muir was born in Montreal, 7 October He came to Vernon in when he was employed by Nel Taylor to manage his drug store. Later Muir bought out the store which was on the corner of Tronson and Barnard Ave.

The store later became Vernon Drugs. Thomas Muir who served as Presbyterian minister in the church that was to become the Vernon United Church. On 3 JuneS. Muir married Maude Maybee in Nelson. They had Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh children, Arthur H. William Deighton of Nahun.

The Muirs moved gor Vancouver in where S. Muir worked for R.

Burns and the General Hospital Pharmacy. In he retired to Nahun where Hot hairy bush. Sex life solution had a ranch. He died, 5 Aug. Muir had been an active Horny women Mullen Nebraska of the Presbyterian Church. He was the manager of Vernon's first telephone system which was operated privately by a group of Vernon businessmen until bought out by the Okanagan Telephone Co.

Information from obituary in Vernon News, 9 Aug. Every pole, with the exception of one or two new ones, snapped off at the ground. The Oliver News of January 16 reports: The pole line collapsed about 5: It is believed the break occurred east of Oliver in the neighborhood of Camp McKinney. When the first pole fell the one next to it was pulled down by the tension of the wires, then the next pole until the whole line went down like a row of wooden soldiers.

Built aboutthe line has the same poles as were then put in. No replacement of poles has been Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh. After sixteen years of use the poles are rotted through from the ground down to the butts. Unable to withstand the pull of the sagging wires they snapped off like toothpicks. On examination of the broken poles that portion left in the ground is seen to be rotted through and the soft wood can be pulled apart with the hands.

Although surrounded by a collar of concrete designed to protect the poles this measure apparently proved ineffective against rot. The Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh poles are of tamarack, and it is understood the cedar poles on both sides of the break stood the strain. It was the end of February before all lines were repaired in spite of the company's best efforts. In the Fontana wome look for sex power was supplied from the Shuswap.

Jamieson The Herman Wichers photo accompanying this article was recently discovered amongst family history material being assembled by a distant relative of Mr. With the threads of pioneer residents of the North Okanagan Spallumcheen in particular rapidly disappearing, very few will recall the name let alone the incidents with which Herman Wichers is associated. Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh researched this article both from a personal relationship through family and by reviewing contents of the past Okanagan Historical Society Reports.

In the 9th Reportpage 64 the Women want sex Castanea Mrs. Patten Sophia Ehmke writes: He was the first to acquire land under private ownership.

On June 5, he pre-empted the west half section 15, Tp. He lived there until his death, April 14, Martin Furstineau, July 2, ; B. Ehmke, April ; T. Davidson, Henry Naylor, W. Hayhurst, ; Charles Crozier, Wichers was the uncle of Mrs. Patten's mother, the late Mrs. She, incidentally, was the fourth white woman to settle in the North Okanagan.

Henry Ehmke and infant son Herman left their native city, Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh, Tennewsee Germany, on July 1, to begin the long journey to British Columbia to join Mr. That evening they had supper with Mr. When Vdrnon arrived some of the neighbours who were helping. Wichers with his harvest were already there. Patten pointed Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh in her OHS article that none of them were married, except Augustus Schubert whose family had not yet arrived.

There is one surviving member of the Henry J. Ehmke family often, William T. Ehmke who now 91 lives in Portland, Oregon. Herman Wichers, besides being the first pre-emptor of land in what is now Spallumcheen Municipality, also has been recorded in OHS Reports and other official journals as the first sldigh in the Okanagan to require an amputation as a result of a farming accident — away Mlunt on October 9, Another prominent pioneer, Robert Lambly, who walked into the Okanagan over the Hope Trail in and later that year pre-empted the first land in what eventually became Enderby, was a hia participant in this gripping incident, as he described it in the 6th Report of the Okanagan Historical Societypage While threshing wheat Herman Wichers got his arm caught in the gearing of the threshing machine and torn off above the elbow.

The arm was terribly lacerated and torn, and to save Wichers' Married wants nsa Pocatello it was necessary to amputate the arm above the elbow.

As q lad Robert Lambly had travelled with a cousin who was a surgeon in eastern Canada, acting as an assistant and acquiring considerable knowledge and skill. He was living in Enderby then called Lambly's Landing and was known as an amateur surgeon and bone-setter. Lambly was contacted and begged to undertake the operation as no doctor was nearer than the coast.

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It was a desperate case and I had no tools but a pocket knife and a meat saw. The latter was last in the possession of the late B. By dint of tying up everything that was not muscle or flesh I succeeded in catching up the arteries and stopping the flow of blood. Lambly describes the victim's agony as having been "terrible, but borne with stoical courage and endurance". The operation was performed without anesthetic and the only ligature I had was cotton thread and a small quantity of carbolic acid for an antiseptic.

Despite these disadvantages the operation was a success Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh Mr. Wichers made a good recovery. Herman Wichers, Spallumcheen's first pre-emptor in year Fortune, Henry Ehmke, George J. Herman Wichers was among the early settlers Sexy grandma s in 32536 in historic Lansdowne Cemetery, which throughout the subsequent years became the hallowed resting place for most of the illustrious pioneers who developed Spallumcheen and Armstrong into the rich and productive agricultural area for which the region is now famous.

We are indebted to the late Jim Jamieson for Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh above article. A tribute to Mr. Jamieson appears elsewhere in this volume. Those interested in pioneer settlers in Bored in a sexless marriage seeks new friend Spallumcheen will want to read L.

On June 20, A. Burns, all overlanders ofeach staked pre-emption claims. Later they went to Lytton to record their claims, but were told they would have to apply to J. Haynes, the Gold Commissioner at Osoyoos. On July 2,Fortune, Malcolm and Dunne made a joint application. Across the face of the application which is in Fortune's handwriting, the words "Permission given, J. Haynes, Magistrate" are written. Later on the other three dropped their claims and Mark Wallas of St.

Thomas, Ontario, also an overlander ofstaked the acres just south of Fortune's claim, on the 27th of April, Wallas, after he obtained his Certificate of Improvements, assigned his right to the land to Fortune, something which was then permitted by the Land Act. The date of the assignment is 30th December, On the 18th June,a Crown Grant for the two claims of acres, surveyed as Lotwas issued to A.

British Columbia did not become a province until Therefore, any documents before that date would have been colonial. When Fortune made application to the Province for his Crown Grant inthe document signed by Haynes was submitted with other papers in support of his claim. How different life is today, compared to when our grandparents arrived here in The mainline railroad had only just been put through to Sicamous about three years prior to our family's arrival; and the branch line down the Okanagan had not yet been built.

Such was the country here when our grandparents, James and Ellen Emeny, with their two small sons, Edgar my husband Jim's father who was four years old, and an infant son Arthur, just two months old, decided to leave their home in Milton, Ontario where they settled after emigrating from England and move west into British Columbia to homestead.

A brother Arthur Emeny also moved west and made his home with the family. They homesteaded on the west bank Local women cams the "Spallumcheen" River, four miles north of Enderby in August On July 23, the Emenys celebrated the centenuary of their arrival in the Springbend community.

The farm still belongs to 'an Emeny, rather a unique fact considering the transience of today's population. The first winter here the Emenys built a small log cabin home. Shortly afterward when the cabin was burned down, the Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh Looking for a workout buddie friend taken in by the Duncan family across the river in North Enderby, until a new home could be built.

This home was built in and still stands on the farm today. The land was entirely covered with trees, and was slowly cleared off, using hand labour, axes, and cross-cut saws.

Oxen and horses Beautiful couple ready nsa Memphis used to pull stumps. Logs were used for buildings, fence posts and fire wood. Years of hard work, and hard times produced a large flat of productive farmland. The men folk cut cordwood for the wood-burning steam engine of the river boat, the Red Star.

The wood was piled at a low place on the riverbank which we still refer to as Tennewsee Scow. The riverboat pulled in here to take sleih wood from the scow loaded with cordwood. The Red Star was used to push a scow loaded with flour from the Enderby flour mill to Sicamous, where it was loaded into Tennesswe and shipped by railway.

Many early settlers came into the valley by means of the Red Star. Once settled, the only means of travel to town for these early pioneers was by rowboat along the winding river, seven miles upstream to Vernom for food supplies and mail.

This was a whole day's trip, or they could walk a narrow trail and carry a packsack on their back. As game laws were non-existent, men folk caught plenty of grouse, deer, rabbits, hls and geese for food. The only method of refrigeration was blocks of ice, taken from the river and stored in sawdust bins known as the "icehouse". In the early days native Indians used to camp along the riverbank and on sandbars to catch salmon and kokanees, which they would dry and smoke for winter's use.

They would come to the house to trade their "wares" and I can recall Grandma Ellen saying that at first she was very nervous of them, but they proved themselves to be good, friendly people. In the Sicamous Okanagan railway was built, crossing through the Emeny farm.

The first passenger dleigh car was almost like today's handcars, with very few seats and drawn by a steam engine. It moved 25 very slowly and Ed Emeny, as a boy, used to race along side the tracks, and could easily keep ahead of it. In a few years the railroad replaced the riverboats for shipping flour from the Enderby Mill.

Though times were hard and money was short, the pioneers made their Women seeking sex Solana entertainment in their homes, often dancing to the wee small hours, to a one-man orchestra. There were no schools, so children got their education at home from their parents. As Ed Emeny grew older, he took a taxidermy course hia correspondence.

Many of his birds Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh animals are still viewed in the Vernon Museum today. In the Married Katy fuck began the construction of the large log house, with cedar logs taken from the farm.

The unique feature of this house Tennssee that the logs were placed vertically, rather than horizontally. Handmade cedar shingles were used on the roof. Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh years later this stately home is still "as solid as a rock", and is still being lived in. Rural mail delivery came through this district inthree days per week. Macpherson, who delivered with Tennewsee and buggy, took pride in the fact that she was Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh late!

Our district became known as "Springbend" due to a bend in the road at the gravel pit where Baird Bros, now have a cement plant. A cool spring of fresh water still runs there. A one room school was built inwith volunteer help Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh the men of the district, and the name "Springbend" was applied to this school district.

The first teacher was Miss Beth Bunn, who taught Tennesee eight grades in the one room school. After nearly thirty years sleigy operation the school was closed in hu students were then bussed into Enderby.

Jim Emeny married Alice Skyrme in and ten years later TTennessee purchased the family farm from his now aging parents. Two surviving children were born to this marriage, Sharon and Robert Bob. They were the fourth generation on the farm. They have two daughters, Lana and Denise, a fifth bj stemming from their great-great grandparents James and Ellen Emeny.

Our Vednon span covers quite an era of progress, from wagon roads and riverboats of the past, to today, Hot women want sex tonight Hazleton the farm sports a foot aircraft runway, where visiting pilots from as far away as Fort Nelson in the north and California in the south have signed our guest book. The quarter section on which the Emenys homesteaded had a good stand of cedar trees of all sizes.

So it was that these rugged pioneers went to the bush with cross-cut saws and axes, and began carefully selecting trees of uniform size for the walls of their dream home.

As the trees were brought out, each log was hewed hjj three sides with a broad axe.

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The construction of the house was to be unique with the logs being placed vertically in the walls rather than in the more traditional horizontal style. It was to be a large, nine-room house, with four bedrooms off a central hall upstairs and five large rooms on the main floor.

The outside measurements of the building were 38 x 40 feet. Large flat rocks were hauled in to line the cellar walls, and were placed together with hh lime and cement mortar. To this day, now 79 looknig later, these stone walls still stand firm.

It took more than a year for the Emeny men to cut and prepare enough New haven chinese massage tonight for the house and make all the cedar shingles for the roof by hand. A draw knife was used to taper the shingles, each one being done individually. Bricks for the three chimneys were obtained from the Enderby brick yard, which was run by Andy Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh.

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Finally the day came when all was in readiness for a building bee. Good neighbours arrived and soon the construction of the upright logs began.

Vetnon 'Gin Pole' was used to raise the sleign into position. Ten inch wide shiplap, which had been sawn at the Enderby sawmill was used for sheeting. Once the initial construction was complete, the Emeny men proceeded to finish the house by chinking in between the logs with mortar made from sand, lime, and cement.

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The interior was lined with a Beautiful lady wants casual sex Vernal building paper, a base for finishing later with a more decorative wallpaper. What a joy and satisfaction our pioneers must have felt as they moved into their new home late in Just two years to complete this large project.

These two generations of craftsmen have long since passed on, but the labours and skills of their hands live on in testimony. The old home has withstood seventy- nine years of family living, and is still being lived in today, still stalwart and sound.

Dad Henry Parsons had preceded us in On May 8 it was degrees in the shade and there was no shade. We lived in a small house on the land behind what is now Wight's Insurance. Then Dad's plumbing shop was there. It was hot right through till the middle of September. We Mount Vernon Tennessee looking for a hj in his sleigh to what is now Park Drive in November.

Two days later it started to snow and got cold. On New Year's Eve the temperature dropped to - 25 degrees F! My first school was the old Scout Hall situated where the School Board offices are now. My first teacher was Charlie Mitchell, a man with a temper. On my first day I asked a student why the big hole in the blackboard and was told that the teacher was demonstrating geometry to the students.

He had a long divider in his hand. One of the boys was a little dense and, in his rage, Mr. Mitchell pointed towards the blackboard. The divider opened and punched a hole in the board. He roared and yanked the divider out bringing a big piece of the board with it.

It was a "no-no" to ask Yanakie sex chat rooms it! My next school was in the basement of the United Church. We had a short teacher by the name of Mr.