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The guard, the safety inspector who swam back with me

The guard, the safety inspector who swam back with me

By Joan Wester Anderson Jean Hannan Ondracek of Omaha had gone to a spa in the Ozarks with her sister Pat and two girlfriends–young adults enjoying a weekend of fun. Because Jean was the only one who knew how to swim, she decided one Saturday morning to venture into the lake. Her companions planned to [Continue]

90 MINUTES IN HEAVEN!

90 MINUTES IN HEAVEN!

A true story of Death and Life. Don Piper with Cecil Murphy Courtesy: Grand Rapids Michigan: Revell. The truck sandwiched my small car between the bridge railing and the driver’s side of the truck. All those wheels went right on top of my car and smashed it. Because of the truck’s speed, the accident report [Continue]

Not a Second Too Soon!

Not a Second Too Soon!

“Out of the car’s window I could see a huge truck, headed straight for us!” From Jonathan, Albania I had to go to Elbasan, a city about two hours south of Tirana, to get some documents. My friend offered to drive me. Just before we left, my friend wanted to buy a new motorbike helmet. [Continue]

A baby was drowning in the pool. Why was I the only one to jump in?

A baby was drowning in the pool.  Why was I the only one to jump in?

By Escott Brostrom, Rock Island, Illinois On a hot summer sunday afternoon, my wife and I had been invited to a swimming party at the home of some friends. With our two children in the care of my grandmother, Cherie and I felt as free as the breeze.  As I stood on the diving board, [Continue]

Angel on the Cowcatcher

Angel on the Cowcatcher

—By Marilynn and William Webber William “Bill” Henry was at the throttle of his steam locomotive the Buffalo Flyer. The train had stopped at Port Pennsylvania, and filled its tanks with water. The night express was running at full speed just above Shickshinny where the mining region begins, when the engineer was startled to see [Continue]

Snake in the Manger

Snake in the Manger

—By Marilynn and William Webber It has been years since Opal Housley was a girl living on a farm near Inola, Oklahoma. One event from her teen years is still as clear as the day it happened. Opal’s father had taken the wagon to town, leaving his wife and daughter to do the chores. Opal [Continue]