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Thursday, July 17, 2003
VOL. II Issue 7K
DARREL HINKLE HAS FARMING ACCIDENT
It looks as though Darrel Hinkle was not paying attention in school during Farm Safety Week. While working on his bailer, Darrel cut his nose open. He called his on father, Harold to take him to the clinic in Highmore for stitches. As it happenned he didn't need them. Someone at the clinic just glued his nose back together. Afterward, he went back in the field to resume bailing.
E.E. HINKLE GETS A LETTER FROM THE GOVERNOR
Governor M. Micheal Rounds sent greetings to E.E. Hinkle in recognition of his impending 101st birthday on July 22. He did not declare a holiday as the previous Governor did last year, but he was proud of the notice he recieved anyway.
REHERSAL FOR "A GOOD LAND" SET
Holabird's own Barbara Nemec, writer and director of the Hyde County Historical and Genealogical Society's production of "A Good Land", has announced that rehersals will begin with a very important one slated for Monday, July 21. Music will be rehearsed at 7:30pm and the all important Scene 4, the wedding scene, with Holabird Advocate Publisher, Jerry Hinkle, playing the Minister, will be put through the paces at 8pm.
The play is scheduled to be performed on August 16-17. More information will be forthcoming when it is made available to the Holabird Advocate.
EFFORT TO MAKE HINKLETOWN, IOWA AND HOLABIRD SISTER CITIES.
During a recent visit from Dale and Darlene Verconde, the Hinkle family was made aware of a place called Hinkletown just down the road from their place. The town (population 20) has a website with lots of interesting information. The person in charge of the website, Dave Jackson, has excahnges information with Holabird Advocate Publisher, Jerry Hinkle in order to make both Hinkletown and Holabird sister cities. It is hoped that all of Holabird will get behind this effort. Hinkletown's Address on the web is: www.hinkletown.com/
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