Glenda Price: Human inventions interrupt natural rhythm

Rhythm rules the world. Years, months and seasons (where appropriate) are directed by a rhythm or cadence. Animal migration, hibernation, reproduction all follow the directive in Eccliastes: “For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven.” Plants grow, bloom and die on cue. Even inanimate objects expand or crumble according […]

Glenda Price: Snakes always provide stories

Glenda Price What were your mother’s parting words every time you left the house? Right. “Watch for snakes.” In August, we were told to be extra careful because the rattlers would be shedding their skins, their eyes would be covered for a few days, and since they couldn’t see they would strike at the sounds […]

Jan. 28, 1960

Sickness thinned attendance ranks of E-Ha-Wees Camp Fire group Wednesday afternoon but did not dampen the enthusiasm of those present. Sue Jones did a demonstration on safety in the home. She had posters which noted hazards in the house and how they could be removed. Such a demonstration is for honor award. Some time was […]