He'll be the corn king all right by June 1st; don't make any mistake on that.
Fortunately the corn was not generally housed, and much of that was saved.
We don't grow anything like corn enough for ourselves in the Cantal,' he said.
She talked of corn, how it was planted and harvested, with what rites and festivals.
The men had been afraid that the God of the Corn would not be friendly to us.
Then there was the ceremony of the Corn to learn, the prayers and the dances.
Then it was laid up in the god-houses for the priestess of the Corn to keep.
She would have got it, too, if it had been left to the Corn Women to decide.
He had never forgiven the Shaman, you see, for that old story about the Corn Maiden.
They were the younger sisters of the corn; they grew with the corn and twined about it.