Mang, Henry Philip, 1897-1987 : Henry Philip Mang was born in Edenwold, Saskatchewan. He attended the Winnetka Public School, continuing his education at the Regina College Institute and Normal School. He enlisted in the Royal Flying Corps during World War I, and after demobilization, in 1919, he studied dentistry and then Philosopy, English and History, at the University of Toronto. He began his career by teaching school in Saskatchewan. While working as a teacher, he served as Canadian delegate to the World Federation of Teachers, meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1925, as well as attended the International Teachers Institute at Heidelberg and Berlin, Germany, in 1925. He served as principal of the Edenwold Public School from 1927 to 1928. During this time, he was also involved in the Edenwold Co-operative Association, and from 1926 to 1928 served as Secretary of the Edenwold Agricultural Society. He was with the Saskatchewan Wheat Pool Field Service from 1928 to 1931. He engaged in dairy and grain farming from 1931 to 1935, practised dentistry from 1935 to 1941, and in 1941 returned to farming. Politically active, he served as member of the Saskatchewan Legislative Assembly from1934 to 1938. He was elected to the House of Commons for Qu'Appelle during the general election of 1953. In 1954, he was made Honorary Indian Chief Waakitosh (smiling face or the cheerful one) of the Piapot band. His career as a federal politician ended when he was defeated during the 1957 general election. However, he continued his public service and became a member of the Qu'Appelle Regional Appeal Board of Saskatchewan in 1968, and of the Regina Chamber of Commerce in 1970.