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Monthly Archives: November 2010
I take my equality with men for granted. These women (all three) were at the front lines in 1985, back when it wasn’t so very easy to defend your choices, or to compete with men, or even to make the … Continue reading
Suellen Olson was named Girl of the Month by Kay Greenfield, president of the Worthington Business and Professional Women’s club in November 1960. It was really cool that we had a Worthington Business and Professional Women’s club in 1960.
I know, I have a weird fascination for “The Gift Wife.” I’ll stop, I promise. There’s plenty to flinch over in this tiny excerpt, though, from the image of the black servant that seems to be taken straight of out … Continue reading
I find the differences in expressions of the women in this 1985 article to be kind of interesting. The article, discussing the role of women, will be up tomorrow.
Ted Holm had a near-death experience in a 1960 ditch cave-in.
“Ask Flags Displayed on Streets Saturday” was a normal headline back in 1939, when verbs and subjects frequently got a bit confused and sometimes swapped places. In this case, the subject of the sentence apparently got bored and went home. … Continue reading
I can definitely testify to the last part of the article. My mother is not an operating room nurse, but she is a registered nurse, and she was always absolutely splendid whenever I hurt myself, calmly explaining everything she was … Continue reading
The 1960 Flying Dutchmen in all their awesomeness! (No, that is not sarcasm.)
Politics is ever with us.
Tiny Seth Beckman had a liver transplant in 1985.