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John Hager joined the “700” club last week on the Town & Country League as John put up a 701 series. He joins the “700” tote board along with John Standaert. 726, and Brian Casey, 717. Nice job John!!
Cindy Drury rolled her first “600” series of her career on the Saturday Nite Live League over the weekend. Cindy bowled a nice 610 series with a 214 game thrown in!! Some other gals scores: Tracy Lawson – 219, Carol Scouten – 210, Sam Tellijohn – 205, and Lori Klinger – 200.
We started our Junior League over the weekend also. We had 32 kids participate ranging in ages from 5-17. We will go another fiveweeks!! Thank you Barbe Mrdutt for setting up the league. Also Nick Mrdutt for helping out!!
Just a reminder that our annual tailgate party is slated for this coming Sunday, October 20, featuring the Packers-Raiders starting at noon. We’ll have burgers & brats from off the grill, door prizes, drink specials and fun! Come join the party!!
How ’bout a Birdie??
Birdie with a yellow bill
Hopped upon my window sill,
Cocked a shiny eye and said:
“What’s wrong with the Baby…Buggy??” Bee Boop!!
• 1956 Song of the Day: “Don’t Be Cruel” – Elvis
• 1956 Song of the Day: “Hound Dog” – Elvis
• 1966 Song of the Day: “Almost Persuaded” – David Houston
• 1976 Song of the Day: “The Games that Daddies Play” – Conway Twitty
• 1656 – Massachusetts enacted a fine for harboring Quakers.
• 1899 – The Liberty Digest declared that a horseless carriage is strictly a novelty item and that the automobile will never become as common as a bicycle.
• 1912 – Theodore Roosevelt was shot in the chest during a campaign stop in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Despite the wound, he went ahead and finished his speech. He was shot in the chest with a .32 caliber gun but only suffered a flesh wound. The bullet was slowed down by his glasses case and manuscript in his vest pocket.
• 1957 – The Everly Brothers at #1 on the Country Singles Chart with “Wake Up Little Susie”.
• 1965 – The Oldsmobile Tornado was introduced. It was a front wheel driver automobile. It was sold from 1966-1992.
• 1987 – The world watched on T.V. as hundreds of rescuers came to the aid of little 18-month-old Jessica McClure who fell into an abandoned well 22 feet down.
Husbands are husbands
A man was sitting reading his paper when his wife hit him round the head with a frying pan.
“What was that for?” the man asked.
The wife replied, “That was for the piece of paper with the name Jenny on it that I found in your pants pocket.”
The man then said, “When I was at the races last week, Jenny was the name of the horse I bet on.”
The wife apologized and went on with the housework.
Three days later the man is watching TV when his wife bashes him on the head with an even bigger frying pan, knocking him unconscious. Upon regaining consciousness the man asked why she had hit again.
Wife replied, “Your horse phoned.”
Religious Rockpile Readers of the Week
Helen, Jason and Jacob Maes – Glenwood City, Wisconsin.
Have a cute story or joke?
Send to: Leaker’s Place
P.O. Box 213; Glenwood City, WI 54013
or you can email: Leaker@cltcomm.net