Shasta pop can
Shasta pop can that was found by his son on the Kuurne farm. The brand ''Shasta Beverages'' was found in 1889 from Mount Shasta in Northern California. Although, the name was changed to ''Shasta Water Company'' in 1928. The first drink they produced was ginger ale in 1931, along with club soda and mineral water. It was mainly used for alcoholic beverages up until the 1950s. Before producing alcoholic beverages, technically bottled mineral water was first made. The original name ''Shasta Beverages'' was later changed back when it was brought by Consolidated Foods in the late 1960s.
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Two Potato bags donated by Kuurne's farm. Both of the bags are titled: "Pemberton Valley Rutabagas". They are described to be "Home Grown B.C. Quality" labeled at the left side around a flower-shaped logo. The Potato bags were packed for the Interior Vegetable Marketing Agency LTD. The Agency itself was created May 1935-1936 that produces fresh grown BC vegetables for more than 60 years. Originally it was titled the "Interior Vegetable Marketing Board and Agency" (Now known as the "Interior Vegetable Marketing Agency Cooperative") where it's initial goal was to "offer the freshest, best quality produce to buyers, and to maximize grower returns." Farmers who registered with the Board, (BC Marketing Scheme and Act of 1934) would be able to sell their crops through the Marketing Agency. The Board and Agency offices were originally located in Armstrong from 1935-1940. However, it was moved in 1941 to Kelowna where it remained there until 1970, re-located once again to Vernon, B.C. (hence also labeled on both bags).
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