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Wednesday, May 21, 2003
VOL. II Issue 5K
BLOGGER ANNOUNCES BIG CHANGES
Blogger.com is giving all of their users the "Heads up" because over the next couple weeks, they will be moving people over to a new version of Blogger. It's basically the same as the old one, but they say it should work better. So if things look different one day, don't be too surprised. As one of the over one million Blogger users, the Holabird Advocate embrace this change because of publishing problems that have been all too common as of late.
GREGG FUNERAL YESTERDAY
Because of computer problems the Holabird Advocate was unable to bring to it's Readers the information pertaining to the Marilou Gregg funeral, which was yesterday at 10am yesterday at St. Mary's Cathelic Church in Highmore. We apologize for this most profusely. Marilou was, as all of her family and friends can attest a grand lady and a good freind and neighbor to all. We all her pride and joy as being her well kept lawn. Several times people would pass by to see her mowing the grass or maintaining it in some other way. Marilou Ann (Dancey) Gregg was 76 years young when "the big C" finally took her down. She was born on January 18, 1927 to Sam and Mary Dancy. Her Marriage to Clyde Gregg gave her 8 children. She died early Sunday May 18, 2003 at Maryhouse in Pierre.
MORE INTERNATIONAL CONNECTIONS FOR HOLABIRD ADVOCATE
The Lycos search engine found a Hiram Gonagan article on Moreton Bay, Austrailia that was printed in the Holabird Advocate last summer. That search yieled another Reader for the Newsblog. The search criteria used was "attractions in moreton bay, austrailia. If that Readers does log onto us again, feel free to ask questions about Moreton Bay on the FAQ module, and we'll see that they are answered.
Also new is a reader from The Netherlands, formerly known as Holland. As it happens, our Publisher, Jerry Hinkle's great-great-great-great grandfather, Christian Hinkle, came to America from Holland.
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