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Saturday, December 28, 2002
VOL. I Issue 12I
HAROLD HINKLE CAUSES THE BLIND TO SEE
It's been called a Christmas miracle. Today E.E. Hinkle complained to his daughter-in-law, Mary during breakfast that he couldn't see good enough to read his customary chapter of the Bible. E.E.'s smartest son, Harold, went over to see what could be done. After trimming his father's nose hair, he noticed that E.E. wasn't wearing his glasses. Harold then looked for the glasses all over the house, finding them at a place where E.E. said they weren't. After placing his glasses upon his eyes, E.E. was reading like nobody's business. The question that remains, however, is Why didn't Mary figure this out herself. It doesn't really matter because now E.E. can sing "On the 4th day of Christmas, my smart son gave to me FOUR EYES!". Doesn't that make you feel better?
PHEASANT HUNT WENT WELL
Professor Ken Hansen manage to bag 2 pheasants before dinner time. The limit is 3, but there are plenty of frozen pheasants for him to take back home with him. Professor Hansen had to cut things short so he could take down Christmas lights for his mother-in-law, Agnes Hahn, so she can go to Hawaii.
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