I Never Walked Alone

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FriesenPress, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 192 pages
I Never Walked Alone is the autobiography of my father, Jerry Hale. I feel very privileged to introduce you to his story. It is the story of some of his boyhood events in Texas during the days of corn and cotton. It tells of his move with his family to the Peace River country of Northern Alberta. As you read this book you will know what it is like to carve a farm and ranch out of bush land, raise a family of five children, of which I am the eldest, then ultimately lose his home to the Bank. The story then unfolds as Jerry and his wife, Rose move to Tatogga Lake, in Northern British Columbia where they bought and successfully operated a Resort. Tales of hard work, blood and tears, all woven together provide an entertaining, yet informative story of my Father with God as his partner. - Manny Hale
 

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Contents

Chapter One Precious Memries
1
Chapter Two Corn n Cotton
3
Chapter Three The Good Old Days
9
Chapter 4 A Place of Our Own
16
Chapter 5 Early Lessons
22
Chapter 6 School Fun
25
Chapter 7 Blue and I
28
Chapter 8 Growing Up Fast
33
Chapter Fourteen Winter Work
75
Chapter Fifteen Our Home in Cleardale
86
Chapter Sixteen Great Rewards
97
Chapter Seventeen Our Family Is Growing Up
114
Chapter Eighteen More Cattle More Work
119
Chapter Nineteen One Day At A Time
127
Chapter Twenty New Hope
136
Chapter Twenty One Count Your Blessings
142

Chapter 9 A New Country
37
Chapter 10 Our First Years at Worsley
44
Chapter 11 My Accident
47
Chapter Twelve Alberta Rose
49
Chapter Thirteen A New Opportunity
58
Chapter Twenty Two Starting Over
150
Chapter Twenty Three Its Really Worth It All
166
About the Author
173
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