Sis was up at Dick Knox’s bar having a glass of wine. This dude came and sat down beside her. Sis said to him, “Do you want to gamble? I will bet you one dollar that you can’t swallow this oyster and keep it down.” The man answered, “I love oysters, I will take that bet,” and they both place a dollar on the bar. The man grabbed the oyster and swallowed it. After about a minute as he picked up the money, Sis said to him, “Well, that’s funny, I swallowed that oyster three times and it came up all three times!!”
Sput Knox celebrated a birthday on March 12. Sput was born back when the Russians sent up a satellite named Sputnik. That’s how Sput got his nickname. Dennis, we hope you had a good day.
On March 16, Stan and Karen Gallman celebrated an anniversary. Stan took the lady to New Mexico for a few weeks, gonna lay in the sun.
R.E. Gallman, Jr., Jeff McFalls, Crystal McKeown, Tita Webber, Jack Webber, Preach Harris, Mike Adams, Ken Horne, Anna Harris, Anna Harris, Joyce Bishop, Sis Haney, Wayne Williams, Teresa Moss, Fant Austin, and Jeremy Adams.
Ralph Harris sends this quote by John Erskine: I have never had so many good ideas day after day as when I worked in the garden.
We had fun with our picture in our column on the 6th of March. Had several callers and only two got it right. One was Mrs. Cora Bentley, the wife of Dean Bentley. The picture was of Mr. Dean Bentley. The other caller to get it right was Sally Horne. Other callers were Betty Robinson, Carol Cathcart, Laura Ann, Susan Fowler, and Mrs. Fleming. Thanks to all of you.
A Choice Of Words
Do Rize to Sis, “Maw, do hogs have babies?”
Sis to Do Rize, “Of course they have babies, why do you ask?”
Do Rize answered; “well, I just asked Hoyt and he said they had piglets.”
Did you know that on Tuesday, March 20, 1934, the first practical radar device was demonstrated? Now, you know.
Mr. J.D. Bright asks this: “What is more American than gathering the family for a full day of watching beer and Viagra commercials?”
The Sustenance Of Life
Harold Loyd Guitar Thompson says, “Man cannot live by bread alone, he must have peanut butter.”
On March 23, Mrs. Ruby Pollard celebrated a birthday. She would not say how old she would be but did say that when she was born Moses had just parted the Red Sea!
Make A Note
Make a note, Saturday, March 31, there will be an Easter egg hunt at Fosters Chapel UMC at 11 a.m. Bring your salt shaker.
My friend Steven “Zebco” Shealey just celebrated another birthday. We hope Zebco had a good day. He likes to go fishing with Bruce Inman.
Leisure and I parted company, I am resolved to be busy till I die.
— John Wesley
Till next time