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Here are a couple more league champs.
On the Sunday Nite Mixed Doubles, “Living on a Spare” won the whole ball of wax as they defeated 1st half winners Bi-Polar Rollers by a score of 2502 to 2361. The “Living on a Spare” team is made up of Thorn Berg, Isabella and Cortney Lawson and last but not least Phillip Bowen Brazell. Congrats kids!!
On the Wednesday afternoon league my Leaker’s gals took both halves to clinch that title. My team consists of Audrey Maes, Shelly Meech, Linda Shepard and Jolene Labarree. Way to bowl, ladies!!
Song of the Day
1974: “Pure Love” – Ronnie Milsap
1976: “One Piece at a Time” – Johnny Cash
1986: “Who’s Ever in New England” – Riba
1996: “My Maria” – Brooks and Dunn
1968: “Honey” – Bobby Goldboro
1944: D-Day. In 1944, before dawn, 2727 ships of every description converged on Normandy, France. Their objective was to open a second front to fight the Nazis. Their commander was Dwight D. Eisenhower..
1833: Pres. Andrew Jackson become the first President to ride in a railroad car.
1932: The first federal tax on gasoline was enacted, the rate was a penny per gallon.
1939: Grapefruit-sized hail killed hundreds of farm animals in Rock County, Minnesota.
Peace and Quiet
My wife asked if she could have a little peace and quiet while she cooked dinner…so I took the battery out of the smoke alarm!!
Ole and Lena
Ole and Lena were walking in the park when a bird splattered Ole on top of the head. Lena offered to get some toilet paper.
“Won’t do no good,” said Ole. “Dat bird will be miles away by da time you get back!”
Religious Rockpile Reader of the Week
Helen Limberg of Neenah, Wisconsin.
Have a cute story or joke?
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P.O. Box 213; Glenwood City, WI 54013
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