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Babiuk, Lorne Alan - 2013
Baker, Ralph - 1998
Beach, Dexter H.C. - 2010
Beatty, Guy Hunter - 1993
Beaujot, Pat - 2016
Bechard, Jerome - 1997
Beck, Thomas Victor - 2002
Beeler, Delcie Isobel - 2003
Bell, John Milton - 1989
Biggart, Robert Lynn Hampson - 1991
Bigland, Christopher Hedley - 2003
Binnie, Frank - 1989
Blacklock, John Robert - 1995
Block, Carl Vissing - 2005
Bobier, Thomas Griffin - 1983
Boden, Edward Arthur - 1988
Boyes, Lindsay John - 1997
Brack, Robert Edward - 2010
Bradley, Bill - 1985
Braidek, John George ( Jack ) - 2015
Brandt, John - 1974
Braun, Linda - 2016
Brown, Jacob - A. 1986
Bryce, W.H. Scotty - 1977
Buchan, John Alexander Joseph - 2009

Portrait

Delcie Isobel Beeler

Isobel Beeler, 4-H leader, home economist and Women's Institute leader, was born on the family farm in the Semans area in 1916. She obtained her elementary schooling at a rural school and her high school at Semans. In Grade 12 she received a scholarship that enabled her to take home economics at Humboldt.

Isobel married Ralph Edward Beeler in 1942. Following the war they settled on a farm near Nokomis where she quickly became involved in the Saskatchewan Homemakers, 4-H leadership and the Nokomis Agricultural Society.

She joined the Mount Hope Homemakers' Club in 1950 and was an active member in Homemakers' and Women's Institutes for 49 years. She was home economics convener for the Govan district for two years and Saskatchewan provincial home economics convener for three years.

In the 1960s she travelled widely working for Federated Co-operatives giving baking demonstrations. She also taught at Carlton Trail Community College giving cooking classes.

Isobel led the local homecraft club and later 4-H for 32 years and judged at Achievement days across the province. She and Ralph chaperoned a 4-H exchange trip to Pueblo , Colorado , and a school camping trip to the Cypress Hills.

She was an effective worker at the local agricultural society and also at fairs across Saskatchewan . She had a talent for recruiting volunteers. In addition to her work at Nokomis, Isobel judged in agricultural fairs at Central Butte , Prince Albert , Davidson, Melfort, Craik, Humboldt, Invermay, Shand and Hanley. For her contributions she was made an honorary life member of the Saskatchewan Association of Agricultural Societies and Exhibitions and honorary life member of the Nokomis Agricultural Society. In 1988 she received the Air Canada Community Service Award.

Sponsored for the Saskatchewan Agricultural Hall of Fame 2003
by Nokomis Agricultural Society, RM of Mount Hope 279,
Semans 4-H Club and Lanigan 4-H Club.

 

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