This photo of Gladys Shaw at around the age of 37, shows her with her children from left Sandra, Stephen and Michael. Gladys, now 88 and a resident at Pioneer Ridge Retirement Community, was diagnosed with breast cancer and had a mastectomy at the age of 37 - 51 years ago. At the time there was not a lot of awareness and support for those with breast cancer. Shaw said her husband Milbry, now deceased, was her key support.
A family photo shows, from left, Milbry and Gladys Shaw and two of their grandchildren, Helen and Jane Shaw. Gladys, now 88, and a resident of Pioneer Ridge Retirement Community, was diagnosed with breast cancer and had a mastectomy at the age of 37 - 51 years ago. At the time there was not a lot of awareness and support for those with breast cancer. Shaw said her husband Milbry, now deceased, was her key support.
Texas quarterback Colt McCoy celebrates after rushing for a touchdown. Texas embarrassed Missouri, 56-31, on Saturday night in Austin, Texas.
Baker University's Tyrell Spain (8) stiff-arms an Evangel defender after making a catch. Baker won the game, 45-9, Saturday night in Baldwin City for its fourth straight Heart of America Athletic Conference victory. Baker improved to 5-2 overall (5-1 HAAC).
French President Nicolas Sarkozy, right, speaks about the world economy with President Bush on Saturday at Camp David, Md.
Vicente Repuyan Jr.
David Cone, animal care specialist, feeds a pork loin to a white tiger named Splash on Saturday at the Maple Leaf Festival in Baldwin City. Splash is with Zoo Dynamics' Royal White Tiger Discovery.
Chefs from national teams wait Saturday in front of a fair hall during the opening ceremony of the 23rd International Exhibition of Culinary Art (IKA) also known as the Culinary Olympics IKA, in Erfurt, central Germany. About 1,600 chefs and pastry chefs and their support teams from 53 countries will transform the fairgrounds into a platform of the finest culinary art this week.
Rusty, a Red Persian cat, rests during the Sixth Annual Iams Cat Championship Saturday in New York.
James Brown, left, Lawrence, and Martin Vollertsen, Eutin, Germany, rehearse for their surprise performance at Eutin's annual German-American dinner. Brown is assistant professor of German literature at Kansas University. Vollertsen is president of Friends of Lawrence and a former police chief of Eutin. Susan Brown, Lawrence, submitted the picture.
Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., addresses the crowd during a rally Saturday at the Liberty Memorial in Kansas City, Mo.
This 29-inch-high orange glass bottle with stopper is unsigned, but it was probably made by Blenko Glass Co. Orange was a popular color in the 1960s. The bottle sold for $540 at a Treadway/Toomey auction in Oak Park, Ill.
Customers leave a Wal-mart supercenter June 20 in Loudi, Hunan Province, China. Maoming, Wuhu and Loudi are Chinese cities so far in the boonies that the popular Lonely Planet travel guide doesn't even mention them, but retailers are seeking opportunities for growth there.
Vicki Myron, co-author of "Dewey, the Small-Town Library Cat Who Touched the World," poses for a picture in Des Moines, Iowa.