If you've never heard Trading Post before, here is a snippet from Friday.
1 Spencer Barber Saskatoon SK
2 Donna Bulbeck Neidpath SK
3 Barb Simons Swift Current SK
4 Don Cummingham Regina SK
5 Bill Klassen Bashaw AB
7 Marne Berridge Regina SK
8 Dave Grieve Moose Jaw SK
9 Gary & Andrea Katelnikoff Saskatoon SK
10 Al Llepage Saskatoon SK
1 Adeline Missuea Cudworth SK
2 Alvin Seible Rush Lakr SK
3 Clinton Lope Moose Jaw SK
4 Mark Anderson Grandora SK
5 Bernard Andres Herbert SK
1 Ken Crush Langham SK
2 Doug Higginson Central Buute SK
3 Goerge Penner Waldiem SK
4 Barb Simons Swift Current SK
5 Lambert Hering Bruno SK
1 Esther Morgan Saltcoats SK
2 Reg Stewart Central Butte SK
3 Dave Lamb Swift Current SK
4 Henery Morisatte Tisdale SK
5 Don Beskorwayne Prine Albert SK
6 Barry Olney Estevan SK
7 Clem Hiedt Moose Jaw SK
8 Wilma Schneider Marcy Boardman Saskatoon SK
9 Murray Martens Herbert SK
10 Chuck Chow Herbert SK
Tim & Bonnie Weinbender Morse SK
Wednesday August 3rd
Today in History
Adolf Hitler becomes the supreme leader of Germany by joining the offices of President and Chancellor into Führer.
Jesse Owens wins the 100 meter dash, defeating Ralph Metcalfe, at the Berlin Olympics.
He was the most successful athlete at the 1936 Summer Olympics, a victory more poignant and often noted because Adolf Hitler had intended the 1936 games to showcase his Aryan ideals and prowess.
Santa Claus Land, the world's first themed amusement park, opened in Santa Claus, Indiana, US.
The National Basketball Association is founded in the United States.
Canadian dollar settles at US 80.53¢, after dropping as low as US 80.43¢; lowest rate of exchange since Dec. 1931 low of US 80.08¢.
-45- Lonestar's keyboard player Dean Sams born in Garland, Texas. Winners of the Academy of Country Music's best new group or duo for 1995, the band earns hits with "Tequila Talkin'," "No News" and the pop crossover single "Amazed"
-58- Songwriter-guitarist-producer Randy Scruggs born to Earl Scruggs in Nashville. His credits include Alison Krauss' "When You Say Nothing At All," Deana Carter's "We Danced Anyway" and The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band's "Will The Circle Be Unbroken, Volume 2"
-87- Gordon Stoker, of The Jordanaires, born in Gleason, Tennessee. The quartet sings back-up on singles by Elvis Presley, Kenny Rogers, Jimmy Dean and Tammy Wynette, among others, gaining enrollment in the Country Music Hall of Fame in 2001