In the early part of 2014 I was researching material for Vietnam Veteran Sergeant William Henry Eaden of Timpson, Texas. Sergeant Eaden was a career Army Noncommissioned Officer who was killed in action on November 12th, 1965. I found an internet site called the Vietnam Veterans Memorial “The Wall-USA” where you can post remembrances, thanks and
Our movies sometimes do more than entertain. Sometimes, they’re the vehicles through which ideas are planted in our collective psyches or are promoted in our culture. And yes, I know that sounds bad to many of you, and I totally understand your concerns and agree that in most cases it could be brainwashing. However, some art forms and yes, movies promote good ideas. Two have been on my mind today, primarily because they deal wi
Our attendance was down on Sunday morning due to sickness, we have several members that have had it and some still down with it. We pray that they will be better soon.
As I prepare for a new topic for the 2016 issues of “We the People of Shelby County,” it seems an appropriate time to reflect on our issues of 2015. Their theme was focused on our historic square, and the topic turned out to be as challenging as it was enjoyable.