On the Senior circuit, Woodville Insurance locked up 1st half honors by winning big over Al’s Boondocks team last week. Another 2nd Quarter Winner was Obermueller Trucking on the Hometown league.
On the Wed. Noon league, Leakers wrapped up 1st place position for the 1st half.
Our holiday tournament was a huge success as we had 22 teams participate in the annual Christmas Classic. Here are the results of the top 5 teams:
1st Place – Pumphouse – Men
2nd Place – Leaker’s II – Men
3rd Place – Seniors – Men
4th Place – OB Trucking – Men
5th Place – Standaert Boys!
Highlights: Sara Klatt bowled her first ever 200 game, hitting 200 right on the button. Brian Stevens bowled a 715 series. Doug “Wado” Standaert rolled a 738 and Lori Klinger put up a 630 series. Good bowling guys!!!! Thanks to all participants!!
The 9-pin no tap tournament is slated to start in early February. Hopefully my flyers will be ready very soon!!
Birdie with a yellow bill, hopped upon my window sill, cocked a shining eye and says: “What kind of a haircut do you want….Butch??” Bee Boop!!
This Week’s Momism: “Apologize to your brother (sister) and mean it!!!!”
If you can remember when your truck couldn’t hold twenty bucks worth of gas…but now your lawnmower can…”You’re one of us!”.
• January 9th, 1983 – Song of the Day- “Wild and Blue” – John Anderson
• January 9th, 1926 -Postage stamps took a penny bump – all the way up to six cents a stamp!!
• January 9th, 1943: A baby girl, Angeline Clara Standaert, was born on this day. The proud parents are Lawrence and Margie Standaert! Happy Birthday Sis!!
I set my DVR to record “The Biggest Loser” and it kept recording Viking games!!! Way to go Packers!! I do think they’ll have their hands full in San Francisco this coming Saturday night!! Go Pack!!
This Week’s Religious Rockpile Reader
Esther Koosmann of Baldwin, Wisconsin.
My son, the veterinarian
One Sunday, in counting the money in the weekly offering, the pastor of a small church found a pink envelope containing $1,000.
It happened again the next week!
The following Sunday, he watched as the offering was collected and saw an elderly woman put the distinctive pink envelope on the plate. This went on for weeks until the pastor, overcome by curiosity, approached her.
“Ma’am, I couldn’t help but notice that you put $1,000 a week in the collection plate,” he stated.
“Why yes,” she replied, “every week my son sends me money and I give some of it to the church.”
The pastor replied, “That’s wonderful. But $1,000 is a lot, are you sure you can afford this? How much does he send you?”
The elderly woman answered, “$10,000 a week.”
The pastor was amazed. “Your son is very successful; what does he do for a living?”
“He is a veterinarian,” she answered.
“That’s an honorable profession, but I had no idea they made that much money,” the pastor said. “Where does he practice?”
The woman answered proudly, “In Nevada…He has two cat houses – one is Las Vegas and one in Reno.”