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Tuesday, February 06, 2007
Callee Bauman, Recording Artist
The Holabird Advocate Circulation Department has reported that our articles about Miss South Dakota Callee Bauman has been the object of a lot of search engine traffic. It is because of these inquiries that we have discovered that Ms. Bauman has recorded an album and even has her own website (well who doesn't anymore) Anyhow here is the address of her website: http://www.calleebauman.com/
The album is called "There's More Where That Came From". Here is a link to the video from a 2004 single called "Who Has Your Heart": http://www.sharpmusic.com/callee.html
None of us here at the Holabird Advocate would presume to ask or even tell anyone to buy any of her music. But if you're curious, like our Publisher, a chance to watch a South Dakota girl sing for free is too good an opportunity to pass up.
Breakfast For Bloggers
Jerry Hinkle, courageous, dynamic Publisher of the Holabird Advocate, would like to invite any and all of the bloggers out there to the East Park in Highmore, South Dakota for a pancake breakfast. This is one of the events during Highmore's 125th anniversary celebration on June 16. This event is especially for, but in no way limited to: John Zilverberg, Richard Harter, Rita Mosquita, Ana Nemec and even Kevin Woster, if he's got the guts to show. We'll provide more details on the breakfast when we get closer to the Quasquicentennial. Send your RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org whenever you get around to it.
Please Pray for My Friend Betty
by Jerry Hinkle
I come to you, dear Readers, humbly stepping out from behind the role I play as Publisher to ask you to pray for my good friend, Betty Phillips. Last week, she went for surgery on her knees at the Avera Hospital in Aberdeen. After the operation, she developed at least one blood clot in her lungs. I don't know what that means, other that she was moved from the hospital in Aberdeen to the Avera Hospital in Sioux Falls by air ambulance. That move right by itself tells me that it's a serious matter.
And that is what brings me here before you today. Betty has been my friend ever since I was a kid in school back in the old days, and she was one of the lunch ladies. This morning word came that they are keeping her sedated so she doesn't move. She is in the intensive care unit, so this is definitely worse than a hangnail.
Those who are able, please pray that Betty will be healed. If the right words don't come to mind, use Psalm 91 as your guide. I am praying for her twice a day, once in the morning, and once in the evening. How often you pray, if at all, I'll leave up to you. I'll try to keep all concerned updated as Betty progresses. Thank you all in advance!
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