Elaine Rohse

"Rohse Colored Glasses:" Reflections on history and home life.

Rohse: Tripped up by dance etiquette

Emily Post, America’s etiquette guru, should have been dethroned because of the etiquette she devised for ballroom and public dances: The etiquette of gals submissively following male partners as ...

Plant seeds of bright new days

Every 24 hours, we wake up to a bright new day. Will we, then, just sit down, receive this day — and bask in its bright newness until it passes? Or will we give a bit of thought as to why this day ...

For those who speak French

I wish I were an accomplished linguist and could converse in Spanish, or Italian, or French — or even Russian — but I was somewhat disadvantaged at the outset. Our school at Monument offered ...

Good Friday wasn’t good at all

Good Friday, March 27, 1964, was not a good day. In Alaska it was not a good day. In California it was not a good day. And at Beverly Beach State Park on the Oregon coast, it was the saddest day imaginable. Four ...

Homemakers take note

I’m far from being a Heloise or a Handy Mandy, so I’m always happy to increase my collection of household hints. And I’ve lately acquired some new ones I think are winners. I wish I’d ...

Shutterstock photoLou Gehrig is the favorite player of baseball enthusiest Dick Ulrich.

McMinnville statistician extraordinaire

For the love of baseball and records

Epidemic of the fear of the dark

I do not like the dark. I dread the coming of shorter days, when the darkness of mid-afternoon creeps in and takes away our day.

Remembering the wildflowers on Second St.

Plantings are beautiful, improve habitat and reduce maintenance

My body, my friend

Having talks can help keep you and your body on good terms

'Taps' when day is done

Interesting history to the 'saddest sound known to man'

The case of the curious cookie

Making springerles has never been a joyous holiday experience

Time is valuable asset in portfolio

Invest it wisely and reap the returns

Thanks, Santa, for holiday happiness

And the gifts I thought I couldn’t live without

News of Christmas past

100 years ago, innovations galore as war clouds hovered

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