Rev AE Scott, Pasqua, Saskatchewan.

Rev AE Scott, Pasqua, Saskatchewan. The farmers built him a comfortable two-room shack. He ate first with the Sissons family of the congregation, who would accept no payment. Later he ate with the Chappels, who charged $5 a week and sometimes with the Donaldsons or with the Eddys, who had a tennis court composed of cinders scattered on the raw prairie and were the “top notch of
Pasqua society”. He got around by horse and gig. The first horse was Daisy, who was “very slow”. She was sold and was succeeded by Dick, who was even slower. He claimed to have driven the “six-horse cultivator” (this page, bottom left).