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Joe and Marj Schallenberger

Joe continues his Shifting Scenes article with the statement: “in 1933 Mother passed away and with Floyd and Mildred married and Clyde working outside, he, his dad, and Etola stayed on the ranch.”

Hard, tough years: “1934 caught us out of feed both in the stack and on the ground and we along with the majority were forced to sell our stock to the Government. Good cows brought $20.00 each and the poorer ones $16.00. They had to be delivered to the railroad at Marmarth, North Dakota — about seventy miles away — so the ranchers went together and drove them there — takin...


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