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The United Farmer 1969 December Page 9

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United Farmers of Alberta
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The United Farmer
Date
1969
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1969
Volume
7
Issue
10
Month
December
Call Number
UF 2002.0135.039
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
of the High River Co-op Oils, for compiling this information. #31;#29;#11;15 YEAR SERVICE AWARD #31;#29;#11;Stanley Segar known by all Elnora people as "Turk" has lived in the Elnora district since 1920. #31;Turk spent his younger days on the farm and in 1947 moved to the town of Elnora to take up a

The United Farmer 1979 September -October Page 14

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United Farmers of Alberta
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The United Farmer
Date
1979
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1979
Volume
17
Issue
5
Month
September - October
Call Number
UF 2002.0065.0047
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
farm, Don was active in 4H and one year won the Federal Provincial Grand Champion Award. He belongs to the local Board of Trade and the Willow Canyon Ski Club. #31;Prior to joining UFA in 1964, Don worked at the Stettler Co- op and Hardware. He has also been a Co-op Insurance Service

The United Farmer 1979 May-June Page 5

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United Farmers of Alberta
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
Date
1979
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1979
Volume
17
Issue
3
Month
May - June
Call Number
UF 2002.0065.0046
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
should never be minimized. #31;A salute to the ten petroleum Agents pictured below for their many years of service and the loyalty they have shown in their association with United Farmers of Alberta. #31;#29;#11;Petroleum Division awards for period from July 1, 1977 - June 30, 1978 #31;#29;#11;35 Years #31;#29;#11;25 Years

The U.F.A. Co-operator 5.2, (February, 1967) Page 10

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The U.F.A. Co-operator
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The U.F.A. Co-operator
Date
1967
Creator
The U.F.A. Co-operator
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Year
1967
Volume
5
Issue
The U.F.A. Co-operator 5.2, (February, 1967)
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UF 2002.0053.46
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eng
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The U.F.A. Co-operator
first job with U.F.A. Co-op was as man- ager of the Morrin store. He was there for four years and then for a short time, managed the Strathmore store. He left our company to go into the farm mach- inery business. #31;During the war, Gordon spent 3 years in the Royal Canadian Air Force as an Air

The United Farmer 1974 May-June Page 16

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United Farmers of Alberta
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The United Farmer
Date
1974
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1974
Volume
12
Issue
3
Month
May - June
Call Number
UF 2002.0053.108
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
hamburgers and refresh- mentsand enter their name in the draws for the door prizes. #31;So keep the date open on which your Agent will be honored, make it a point to call in at the Agency anytime between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. and join us in paying tribute to your Agent for his long service and

The United Farmer 1970 June Page 7

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United Farmers of Alberta
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The United Farmer
Date
1970
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1970
Volume
8
Issue
5
Month
June
Call Number
UF2014.004.003
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
competition for recognition in this league will be real keen in the year ahead. #31;'We sincerely thank our many agents for the fine job they did last year and hope that 1970 will turn out to be even better". #31;#29;#11;#11;C. W, Herrick Orest Zubritsky #31;Woking Vegreville #31;#29;#11;SOME OF OUR AGENTS WHO #31;#29;#11;#11;Carl

Chapter 4 Straw on the Steps: 1921-1930 Page 16

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Gord Tolton
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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
Author
Gord Tolton
Date Published
2009
Publisher
United Farmers of Alberta
Format
textual record (electronic)
Language
English
ISBN
978-0-9811680-0-5
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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
. Anniversary bashes were held for agents who had reached 15-, 20-, 25- and even a few 30-year marks, such as Ray Peterson of Sexsmith. There were even record 40-year veterans like Rusty and Norene Jorgenson of Drayton Valley. The agent’s barbecue continues to be popular among agents, members and

Chapter 7 Unprecedented Growth: 1964-1987 Page 16

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Gord Tolton
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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
Author
Gord Tolton
Date Published
2009
Publisher
United Farmers of Alberta
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textual record (electronic)
Language
English
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978-0-9811680-0-5
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This publication is provided for research and reference use only. Permission to publish, copy, or otherwise use these images must be obtained in accordance with the Copyright Act.
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Deep Roots, Promising Future, by Gord Tolton
. Anniversary bashes were held for agents who had reached 15-, 20-, 25- and even a few 30-year marks, such as Ray Peterson of Sexsmith. There were even record 40-year veterans like Rusty and Norene Jorgenson of Drayton Valley. The agent’s barbecue continues to be popular among agents, members and

The United Farmer 1976 November-December Page 6

Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
Date
1976
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1976
Volume
14
Issue
6
Month
November - December
Call Number
UF 2002.0065.0029
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
mountains I'm lost as I know I'm not home." #31;Mr. Bill Marshall is now 80 years old. He still drives 10,000 to 12,000 miles a year and this year, he and his brother drove to Yuma. He has driven all of his life and feels that in order to #31;#29;#11;keep it up you have to drive every day. Mr

The United Farmer 1982 November-December Page 10

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United Farmers of Alberta
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
Date
1982
Creator
United Farmers of Alberta
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Editor
Alice Switzer
Year
1982
Volume
20
Issue
5
Month
November - December
Call Number
UF 2002.0065.0061
Language
eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The United Farmer
Club. He feels he will definitely achieve this in 1982. #31;#29;#11;"You just keep going until you're finished." #31;#29;#11;At first, Lome did quite a bit of repair work but now he only has the time to keep his two G.M.C. trucks (one holds 2600 gallons and the other 2100 gallons) in good running

Index to U.F.W.A. Minutes 1926-1931 Page 87

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United Farm Women of Alberta
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eng
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United Farm Women of Alberta
also dealt with the marriage of unsuitable people. Mental health, he said, is purchasable to a great extent, in that if you have the money to spend, conditions can be greatly improved, #31;Dr, Fitzpatrick v/as given a hearty vote of thanks for his interesting address. #31;Miss Beryl Scott of the

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 13 (July 16, 1923) Page 14

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 13 (July 16, 1923)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
producers' hands, where it should be. Our association is the largest in Canada, com- posed as it is of 25 Locals. One man is now doing the work that some 15 drover buyers got a fat living for doing, (out of us). It is so easy to do that we now look back and laugh at our fears about the success

The U.F.A. Vol. 3, no. 29 (Dec. 15, 1924) Page 6

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
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Vol. 3, no. 29 (Dec. 15, 1924)
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eng
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
around the two cars it would seem that every farmer for miles around partici- pated." says Mr. Claypool. "They had so much co-operation that they had a car of poultry left on their hands in an im- provised feeding shed and stijl have this car to ship." #31;o #31;BOW VALLEY DISTRICT ASSN. #31;The

The U.F.A. Vol. 5, no. 2 (Jan. 13, 1926) Page 5

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Year
1926
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Vol. 5, no. 2 (Jan. 13, 1926)
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eng
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
chicken supper at our annual meeting," writes the secretary, R. H. Hancox. "Upwards of sixty sat dovm to the tables which were laden with good thinp-s to eat. M. C. McKeen gave a brief talk on the value of organ- ization. A substantial beffinning was made towarde building a hall, and alto

The U.F.A. Co-operator 4.10, (November, 1966) Page 9

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The U.F.A. Co-operator
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The U.F.A. Co-operator
Date
1966
Creator
The U.F.A. Co-operator
Publisher
Information Services Division of the United Farmers of Alberta Co-operative Limited
Year
1966
Volume
4
Issue
The U.F.A. Co-operator 4.10, (November, 1966)
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UF 2002.0053.43
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eng
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The U.F.A. Co-operator
, service was provided for four new areas as agencies were opened at Bow Island, Thorsby, Valleyview and Willingdon. In addition, a new bulk plant was constructed at Elk Point where ownership had previously rested with the local co-op store association. #31;No retail service stations were built

The U.F.A. Vol. 1, no. 7 (June 1, 1922) Page 16

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1922
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1922
Volume
Vol. 1, no. 7 (June 1, 1922)
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eng
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
of your own Company. #31;IT WILL PAY YOU #31;to know that you are getting absolutely reliable Insurance that you can rely on no matter how heavy Hail Losses may be. #31;IT WILL PAY EVERY FARMER #31;by thus placing his business to help make the Organized Farm- ers an influential factor in

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 11 (June 15, 1923) Page 17

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 11 (June 15, 1923)
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eng
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
MOTHERS #31;Just by dressing up the kiddies in #31;#29;#11;#11;STRONG, STURDY CLOTHES Attractively trimmedCut on tlie most #31;comfortable patterns desired. Cost the same price as ordinary playsuitsIf your dealer does not handle Playalls, give us his name #31;#29;#11;#11;MONARCH OVERAll MFG. CO., LTD., WINNIPEG

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 14 (Aug. 1, 1923) Page 13

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 14 (Aug. 1, 1923)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
August 1st, 1923 #31;#29;#11;THE U. F. A. #31;#29;#11;Page Tliirteen #31;#29;#11;What I mean is this, business men can- not help us if in proposing to do so they try to discredit our leaders duly ap- pointed in convention, and to tear down our organizationand call that co-oper- ative support, as those in

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 3 (Feb. 15, 1923) Page 11

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 3 (Feb. 15, 1923)
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eng
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Winnipeg on Monday, Feb- ruary 12, at 10 a.m., in the City Hall. The Secretary of the Commission is W.T.R. Pres- ton, who mav be addressed at the F6rt Garry Hotel, Winnipeg. Special Counsell appoint- ed to assist the Commission in its investi- gation is H. J. Symington, K. C, of Winni- #31;P6

The U.F.A. Vol. 3, no. 26 (Nov. 1, 1924) Page 14

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
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Vol. 3, no. 26 (Nov. 1, 1924)
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eng
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Western Canada some thousands of fann- ers who have not only been unable to de- clare dividends, but on the contrary have suffered and are suffering serious losses on their operations. Upon these lands it has been impossible for them to make a suffi- cient return to meet the necessities of

The U.F.A. Vol. 3, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1924) Page 23

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1924
Year
1924
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Vol. 3, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1924)
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eng
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
February 1st, 1924 #31;#29;#11;THE U. P. A. #31;#29;#11;Page Twenty-three #31;#29;#11;FARM LANDS #31;#29;#11;OREGONNOW! GROWING SEASON 200 #31;days. All grain and hay crops, fruit and vegetables produced. Dairying and poul- try excel because of mild climate, short winter, perpetual green feed. Several world's recoids

The U.F.A. Vol. 6, no. 5 (Feb. 23, 1927) Page 11

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1927
Year
1927
Volume
Vol. 6, no. 5 (Feb. 23, 1927)
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eng
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
information pub- lished was not made public by the Pool for the .reason that full plans had not been finally decided upon. #31;Lists of the proposed points were given to elevator companies in order that if they so desired they might make offers to sell existing facilities. The Pool has not

The U.F.A. Vol. 7, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1928) Page 20

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
Year
1928
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Vol. 7, no. 3 (Feb. 1, 1928)
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eng
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
leaves a possibility of an entirely new personnel being put into office at one time, who will be out of touch with the general policy of the Pool; #31;Therefore be it resolved, that the Ar- ticles of Association be amended so as to provide that four directors be elected in 1927 for two years

The U.F.A. Vol. 2, no. 12 (July 3, 1923) Page 12

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1923
Volume
Vol. 2, no. 12 (July 3, 1923)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Swalwell for the refresh- ments provided, and the date of the next convention was set for Trochu, on July 27t!h. #31;#29;#11;A PLAN OF CO-OPERATIVE MAR- KETING FOR ALBERTA (Continued from page 8) #31;I am convinced that it will not be very long before we tackle this problem as a whole, and we can do

The U.F.A. Vol. 5, no. 18 (July 2, 1926) Page 16

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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1926
Year
1926
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Vol. 5, no. 18 (July 2, 1926)
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eng
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
President of the League for the past three years, was passed. Mr. Litt had resigned on taking up a position as manager of Ver- non Co-operative Association,- B.C. It was moved that tJie Secretary write, wishing him success in his new sphere of usefulness. A vote of thanks for past services

The U.F.A. Vol. 7, no. 20 (Aug. 15, 1928) Page 30

Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
Publisher
Calgary : United Farmers of Alberta, 1928
Year
1928
Volume
Vol. 7, no. 20 (Aug. 15, 1928)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
of a transition stage than in Canada and that the wheat pro- ducers there are not yet quite clear in their own minds how far they w'ill be justified in adopting our plans and methods. Perhaps, too, th(?re is not the same general ajjpreciation of the principles which we consider basic

The U.F.A. Vol. 9, no. 14 (July 15, 1930) Page 13

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Calgary : The U.F.A. Limited, 1930
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
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Calgary : The U.F.A. Limited, 1930
Year
1930
Volume
Vol. 9, no. 14 (July 15, 1930)
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eng
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textual record (electronic)
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The U.F.A. Newspaper
contest in which six names went to the ballot. Mr. Priestley immediately moved that the nomination be made unanimous. The others whose names were voted on were L. H. Jelliff, J. A. Johanson, H. Ostlund, K.C., and Fred Pease. #31;The convention was attended by some 220 delegatesit was the

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