Holabird AdvocateProviding all the news we see fit to print since 2002!
Wednesday, January 01, 2003
VOL. II Issue 1A
HOLABIRD ADVOCATE CELEBRATES 1ST ANNIVERSARY
Along with the new year of 2003, we have the second year of the Holabird Advocate to look forward to. A lot of things happened last year, some good, some bad. We all got through them and we did it together. So, here's a toast to the year just passed and a toast to the year to come. So far so good.
MOST HINKLES TURN IN EARLY NEW YEARS EVE
Mary Hinkle went to bed around 10pm last night. Harold joined her after Red Green at 11pm. Jerry Hinkle was the latest to cash it in but not for lack of trying on his grandfathers part. Old E.E. Hinkle went to bed before 9pm but woke up at 11:38 to find Jerry watching the traditional New years fare on television. He Asked him, "Why Don't you go to bed?". Jerry replied "I'll go to bed next year". To bed Jerry did go, at about 12:48 or so he made it into bed.
E.E. HINKLE ON THE MEND
After much cajoling on the part of his favorite daughter-in-law, E.E. Hinkle went to the Highmore Clinic to seek medical attention for a rash and an eye infection. The 100 year old gent is feeling and looking much bettter now and is expected to be 100% by Friday.
FORMER RESDENT TO HAVE 80TH BIRTHDAY PARTY
Kathrine Zilverberg, formerly of Holabird will celebrate her 80th birthday with an open house at the Highmore Healthcare Center from 3-5pm on January 4th, 2003. All freinds, family, and neighbors are invited. All interested parties can send a card to Kathrine at Box 403 Highmore, S.D. 57345
SUZANNE NEMEC GRADUATES WITH HONORS
Suzanne Nemec of Holabird has recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from Minnesota State University in Mankato. The Early Graduate has earned a BS degree in Business Management and a minor in Business Law. Nemec's future plans involve a move to Sioux Falls and start training as a correctional officer in the South Dakota State Penitentiary on January 6th.
WHAT WE WILL SEE IN THE YEAR 2003
by Jerry Hinkle, of the Holabird Advocate
2002 was an interseting year for Anniversaries. Charles Lindbergh, Bing Crosby, E.E. Hinkle and the Teddy Bear all turned 100. This years anniversaries as far as I know are as follows: Both Waldorf College and The flight of the Wright Brother (they used to live in Holabird) will celebrate the century mark. It will be fifty years for KELOLAND-TV this year. The Musical Comedy team of Williams and Ree will have been together for 35 years. Pope John Paul II will possibly make it 25 years as the leader of the Cathelic church (knock on wood). Also turning 25 is Louise Smith, who was the first test tube baby.
As for the Holabird Advocate, we have just put in a daily cartoon and a "tell a friend " announcer link. This is just a taste of what we have to look forward to. Whatever else happens, we'll be there and see it together, just like we did last year.
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