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The toll office opened earlier in the year and by November there was a telephone exchange in place with seventy-five lines and twenty-eight connected telephones. R. Jackett arrived in 1912 and another, who would play a part in Jackett's life, Harold Mclntosh Stewart, came following the First World War, in 1919. The year 1921 was an interesting one for Kamsack. Its population broke through the 2,000 barrier. 11 When her victory was announced, testosterone levels flared, a riot ensued, and a car was destroyed.
Isabel McWhinney was even smaller, so he has always referred to her as 'Shorty/ He was called 'fatso' in school because he appeared a bit plump, more like baby fat, as Isabel recalls, not because he was actually fat as such. Jackett remembers not liking the nickname and undertaking to wash with snow the face of anyone who called him that, but he eventually gave up the task as a 'bad lot' after five or six times. Most of the baby fat was lost, Isabel reports, when he went to university, where, she says, he burned up a lot of energy.
Two entries in the 1933 Greystone are interesting, since many of those involved would continue to appear throughout Jackett's professional Life. 'The officers selected for [the 1932-3] year were: Honorary President: Dean EC. Cronkite; President, Gordon M. Honsberger; Secretary-Treasurer, Wilbur Jackett. So far this year Mel Sandomersky has led a discussion on the Compact Theory of Confederation and Elmer Driedger discussed the Amalgamation of the Three Prairie Provinces. A. Bence16 will discuss a topic in Jurisprudence/ Jackett's graduation in 1933 from the College of Law, also with great distinction, was noted in the Greystone by the following entry: WILBUR ROY JACKETT Lord McNaughton and Baron Parke in personem.