Whatever happened to imagination?

By Oreta Wright
Sun Columnist
Growing up in the country allowed for our imaginations to create ways to entertain. It allowed us to create toys and the ingenuity to build them from available supplies, which were few. 
Many of the old timers dipped snuff and many square brown bottles were available. Living on a sandy hill provided plenty of areas to become creative. One favorite was the train. In the deep sand a rut was made and the snuff bottles were lined up in the rut. You could push the back of the Garrett Snuff bottle and it would take all the bottles down the rut track.  Read more and see the pictures in our e-edition:  http://www.etypeservices.com/SWF/LocalUser/Casscounty1//Magazine41090/Full/index.aspx?id=41090
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