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Rockpile – 3-11-2015

We had some good games bowled last week here at the Rockpile.

Kathy Goossen had a couple firsts last Wednesday night. Kathy rolled her first 200 (203) game and first 500 (529) series of her career. Kathy bowls on the Melby’s team on Wednesday night ladies league.

Brent Standaert bowled a 268 game and also made the 700 (705) tote board, his first 700 of the year. Brent enjoys the company of other bowlers who have tossed a 700 series.

Here are a few more nice games bowled last week: Doug Standaert 267, 257; Bill Ross 241; Jon Standaert 241; Roger Ludtke 235; Bob Schug 256; Steve Bazille 226; Cindy Rassbach 228; Lori Klinger 235, 205; Angela McGee 201; Dave Brandt 275.

9-Pin Tournament Action has been very busy as we’ve had approx. 240 bowlers participate since the first weekend in February.

There are just a couple more slots open if you still want to set up a squad. Stop in or call and see what’s open!! (715-565-7300).

Back When
• 1964 Song of the Day: “Saginaw, Michigan” – Lefty Frizzel
• 1972 Song of the Day: “Bedtime Story” – Tammy Wynette
• 1980 Song of the Day: “My Heros Have Always Been Cowboys” – Willie Nelson

• 1822 – Charles Graham received a patent for artificial teeth
• 1838 – Bob Hope made his first film appearance, singing “Thanks for the Memories” in a movie called “The Big Broadcast.”
• 1954 – This was the day that critics called “TVs Coming of Age”. Edward R. Murrow presented his report on the controversial Wisconsin Senator, Joseph R. McCarthy.
• 1964 – The first Ford Mustang was produced on March 9th.
• 1975 – Work started on the Alaskan Oil Pipeline.

And God Looked Down

Thanks to Millie Broberg for the following little tidbit!! This is very true, and here is a preview for those of you who are not seniors…yet!!

Most seniors never get enough exercise. So in his wisdom God decreed that seniors would become forgetful so they would have to search for their glasses, keys and other things misplaced and do some walking. And God looked down and saw that it was good.

Then God saw there was yet another need. So God in his wisdom made seniors lose coordination so that they would drop things which would require them to bend and reach and stretch. And God looked down and saw that it was good.

Then God considered the functioning of seniors’ bladders and decided that in his wisdom there might be calls of nature more frequently requiring more trips to the relief station and that would burn calories. God looked down and saw that it was good.

Seniors were obliged to exercise more from these senior shortcomings and did become more active as a result. So if you find you are required to get up and down more as you age, remember it’s God’s will and in your best interest even though you mutter under your breath.

Religious Rockpile Reader of the Week
Ted Schug of Glenwood City, Wisconsin.

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