The following pictures and articles are from 1918 right up to almost present day. Sorry about the size as they have all been scanned. There are a lot of interesting things here - like the scoresheet from 1928. Enjoy!
Above is a scoresheet from a game in 1928 between Marysburg and Annaheim!
Below are some very early newspaper articles about the 'Dead Moose Lake' and Marysburg ball teams - the years are 1918 and 1932.
The pictures below are from the teams of the late 1940's and 1950's. The teams of this era are enshrined in the Humboldt and District Sports Hall of Fame!
Team pictures of the team in the 1970's and then the mid and late 1980's. The 1980's pictures were of the top senior team of the NCBL and one of the best in the province!
The following is a team picture of the Royals in 1993, as well as a picture of Clarence Bauml making an out call. Clarence was one of the most dedicated Royals ever as a player, coach, and umpire. Below he is in classic Clarence mode as he punches someone out. He will be forever missed by all who knew him. Also below is a picture of former Royal Alan Yarskie with his son and current Royal, Kyle Yarskie. This picture is from the Western Producer and was taken in 1993. The Western Producer had a full center page article on the Royals which featured interviews with Isidore Strueby, Sally Haeulser, and Curtis Strueby. It also featured pictures of Sally Haeusler and Gilbert Albers, Rob Meschishnick, Dave Bauml, and the one below of Alan and Kyle.
An article of the 'Greatest Royal of All,' Sylvester Strueby. The article was written after Sylvester was inducted into the Saskatchewan Baseball Hall of Fame in 1991.
The Strueby Family was inducted into the Sask. Baseball Hall of Fame in 2000. Below is an article written during their induction.
Isidore Strueby was inducted into the Hall of Fame as well in 2005. Below is his article!
A couple team pictures. One from 2000 as the Royals won yet another NCBL title and one from 2005.