Bull River Autoists: 0050.0532

BULL RIVER  (From Our Own Correspondent)

            Mr. W. Schad motored to Aberfeldie on Friday afternoon.

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            Mr. G. Elkington, superintendent of E.K. Power Co., motored to Aberfeldie from Fernie on Friday.

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            Mr. and Mrs. T. Conquergood motored to Elko on Saturday evening.

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            Mr. and Mrs. J. Rossi and son Mike motored to Cranbrook on Sunday, --

Mike staying over to attend school.

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            Mr. W. Schad motored to Aberfeldie on Sunday afternoon conveying a load of men who will do some work at the dam there.

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            Messrs. Walter Jostad and Torie Carlson motored in to town on Sunday afternoon.

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            Mrs. K. Mackin, together with Mrs. T. Conquergood, motored to Wardner on Monday afternoon.

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            L.W. Parsons motored to Cranbrook on Tuesday morning.

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            R. Vidamour motored in from the Douglas ranch on Tuesday.

0050.0532: Bull River Autoists

Comings and goings of residents and their visitors at Bull River.

Medium:  Newspaper - Text
Date:  December 3, 1931
Pages:  9
Publisher:  Cranbrook Courier
Collection:  Columbia Basin Institute (0050)

Keywords:

motored dam ranch

Subjects:

People arrow Schadarrow
People arrow Elkingtonarrow
People arrow Carlsonarrow
People arrow Conquergoodarrow
People arrow Rossiarrow
People arrow Jostadarrow
People arrow Mackinarrow
People arrow Parsonsarrow
People arrow Vidamourarrow
Cities arrow Bull Riverarrow
Cities arrow Cranbrookarrow
Cities arrow Elkoarrow
Cities arrow Wardnerarrow
Industry arrow Dams arrow Bull River Damarrow
Industry arrow Manufacturing arrow Electrical Power arrow East Kootenay Powerarrow

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