Wallace “Wally” Canfield
Wallace and his twin sister Wanda (Materi) were born on May 1, 1929, on the family ranch. Wallace and Wanda were the youngest children of Willard and Ada Canfield. He had two older sisters Leona and Rachel and a brother Kenneth. Wallace only went to the 8th grade. After Kenneth was drafted into World War II, Willard was ailing and needed Wallace to remain on the ranch. He broke horses all of his life and one time he had at least six teams. Cattle were fed with a team and sled. He had really good horses, but he usually rode a bronc. He could get a horse to do anything. Wallace was on the school board, fair board and co-op board. He served as a 4-H leader for 20 years and worked as a beef barn superintendent at Crook County Fair for many years.