Kuehl’s Bar & Grill took the 3rd quarter honors on the Thursday Nite Ladies league. That is one mean time, as they also took 1st quarter.
Dave Brandt threw another “700” last week on the Hometown League. Brandt chalked up a nice 709 series. He bowls on Obermueller Trucking. Good job!
This is the last week for several leagues on the 3rd quarter. I will updated next week!
• 1959 Song of the Day: “Billy Bayou” – Jim Reeves
• 1961 Song of the Day: “North to Alaska” – Johnny Horton
• 1979 Song of the Day: “Every Which Way But Loose” – Eddie Rabbit
• 1988 Song of the Day: “Twinkle, Twinkle Lucky Star” – Merle Haggard
• 1991 Song of the Day: “Brother Jukebox” – Mark Chestnut
• 1930 – Nylon was patented by DuPont Labs.
• 1959 – Fidel Castro appointed himself prime minister of Cuba.
• 1968 – The first 911 emergency telephone system was created.
• 2006 – The last remaining Mobil Army Surgical Hospital (MASH) was decommissioned in the United States Army.
• 1911 – The first self-starter was installed, in a Cadillac.
• 1953 – A new fad in America, a 3-D Movie was demonstrated.
• 2001 – Dale Earnhardt Sr. died in a last-lap crash at the Daytonna 500. He was 49.
Old Man & The Doctor
“You’re in remarkable shape for a man your age,” said the doctor to the ninety-year-old man after the examination.
“I know it,” said the old gentleman. “I’ve really only got one complaint-my sex drive is too high. Got anything you can do for that, Doc?”
The doctor’s mouth dropped open. “Your what?!” he gasped.
“My sex drive,” said the old man. “It’s too high, and I’d like to have you lower it if you can.”
“Lower it?!” exclaimed the doctor, still unable to believe what the ninety-year-old gentleman was saying. “Just what do you consider ‘high’ ?”
“These days it seems like it’s all in my head, Doc” said the old man, “and I’d like to have you lower it a couple of feet if you can.”
Religious Rockpile Reader of the Week
Duane & Judy Hill of Glenwood City, Wisconsin.
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