July 5, 2016

Timeless Family Memories: The McMasters

Do you know a couple who have different cultural backgrounds? I have a friend who is Oriental and his wife is Caucasian. Their young son is very bright and cute. I’m sure you have friends that have married someone from a different cultural background. The mixing of diverse cultural heritage in interracial marriages brings out some of the best qualities in the human race. Our story this month is fascinating and entertaining. Dan, a Sergeant in the US Air Force Security Services, in the 1950’s was stationed in Japan. He met a young, attractive Japanese girl who caught his eye. […]
June 10, 2016

What Happened to Respect?

“Man Accused of Firing at Sheriff’s Deputy” This was the headline on the front page of my local newspaper. A patrolling Deputy, fulfilling his duty to “protect and serve” was trying to stop a 19-year-old “man” in his car on a city street. The gunman stepped out of his car with a rifle and shot at the Deputy’s vehicle 15 times. The Deputy survived the ordeal and the gunman later was taken into custody. Events like this raise questions in our minds: What has happened to respect in this “technologically advanced society” we live in? What, if any, good principles […]
April 12, 2016

Timeless Family Memories: The Fauley’s

The National Parks in America are a source of pride and admiration. The beauty of each of the parks touches us at a very deep emotional level. Clyde and Rae Marie Fauley had the privilege of living most of their lives in these national park monuments. Both were born close to Glacier National Park to parents who worked in the National Park systems. Clyde attended grade school in East Glacier Park and Rae Marie in Apgar. They both loved all animals and had 4 Norwegian Elkhounds, 2 cats, a Barred Owl and a Lop Eared Rabbit for pets. Clyde graduated […]
February 23, 2016

Brierly Memorial