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Wednesday, July 30, 2003
VOL. II Issue 7U
BRITTANY HINKLE HAS TERRIBLE TUESDAY
The infection that Brittany Hinkle has inside her festered up yesterday. She was vomiting throughout the day. Harold and Mary Hinkle brought their grandaugher some chicken soup. Brit could not even keep that down for long. Her mother gave her a dose of Amoxicillin. It didn't take her long to get back to her old self and start fighting with her sister, Shelby. That may or may not be a good thing.
Brit goes to a dentist in Pierre to see about getting the offending tooth pulled and the infection treated. She is feeling all right today.
JOYCE FERRIS HAS A SETBACK
After doing so well Joyce Ferris is back in bed again. She said that she must have done something, but has no idea what that something is. There was a storm system that went through the area, dumping .18" of rain on the ground. That is when the trouble started. the storm passed, but the pain has not.
Joyce has recieved a good deal of visiters during her stay at the Ponderosa Pines Old Age Assistance Home including Barbara Taylor, as well as Roger and Linda Wurts.
Joyce has a doctors appointment in Pierre on Friday morning. All of us at the Holabird Advocate will be praying for her during what has to be a very difficult time for her and her family.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY MR. WHIPPLE
Today marks the 87th birthday of Dick Wilson, an actor best known as the uptight "Mr. Whiple" in the Charmin commercials that ran in the 60s and 70s. Wilson retired when P&G (Proctor and Gamble, the company that makes Charmin) decided the character had run his course in the 25 years they had done the "Don't squeeze the Charmin" campaign. Wilson recieves no money from P&G, but as part of the severence package did allow him a lifetime supply of toilet paper.
by Jerry Hinkle
The Vital Social Issues 'N Stuff Page of the Holabird Advocate has been full of a lot of stuff, but there have been very little vital social issues. To that end I have started the ball rolling with a thread concerning the reccession. Eventually I hope that at least one of the Readers will have something to say about this years South Dakota State Fair. Just remember should you decide to post on the forum page, keep it short and keep it clean.
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