As the years went by, there was much hard work, many worries, and the never to be forgotten depression of the "Dirty Thirties". Money was scarce but the people always were able to produce enough to eat. Somehow they raised their families. As the children grew up most of them left for better opportunities elsewhere. Many families left the district. Few of the original families have remained on the land and as the old-timers passed on, new families are taking over.
The district now has many improvements, such as better roads, telephones, and power. Farming methods have changed. Centralization of schools brought about many changes. Recreation in town has replaced the need for local entertainment. Although the old way of life has disappeared, as we reminisce we can all recall many happy early days in Primrose.