The Rural Municipality of Sliding Hills No. 273 is seated in Mikado, Saskatchewan. Within the rural municpality are the hamlets of Mikado, Hamton, Donwell, Ross Junction, Muloch post office, Mennofeldt post office, Veregin, Dneister post office. Canora and Gorlitz are just west of the rural municipality near the border. In the book, The History of R.M. of Sliding Hills No. 273 Mikado, Sask. and their Centennial Park, Theodore T. Onufrijchuk has recorded those service men who sacrificed all 1939 to 1944.
Furman, Stanley was taken during the Dieppe Raid, falling August 19, 1942.
Gulak, John, was killed Sept 8, 1944, and served with the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF)
Yaholnitsky, Walter, also served with the RCAF was killed in action April, 1943, at the age of 31.
Within the book are pictures of these three men who gave the supreme sacrifice in World War II.
Sliding Hills. The History of R.M. of Sliding Hills NO. 273, Mikado, Sask. and their Centennial Park. Theodore T. Onufrijchuk. Published by R.M. of Sliding Hills in Mikado Sask, Canada May 1967. Printed by The Enterprise. 1967.