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Potpourri for September 26
Wednesday, September 26, 2012 • Posted September 30, 2012 10:46 AM

Dear Readers:

I must apologize in print for singing Happy Birthday to Leona Smylie on the wrong day. She had a lovely birthday - I was just two days late.

Don’t forget - the rodeo is coming up the second week of October! Come out and see us. A good time will be had by all!

Hellos to Ruby Barnard and Pearlie Greebon. I haven’t seen them in a while and miss them!

I also have to retract a statement I made - it must have been that my hearing was faulty when I was sick, because I could have sworn Ronnie Cooley said he and Ada ate at the bowling alley, but Miss Ada took me to task for it, saying that they haven’t been anywhere like that! However, she does have 17 great-grandchildren and then a seventh and an eighth great-great-grandchild on the way.

The weather is beautiful, so go out and do something fun! Benjy Daughdril has his deer blind all finished, so everybody look out! Take a walk in the evening - ride your bike - swing in a porch swing - we have waited a LONG time for cooler temperatures!

Next weekend is the Wild Game Dinner, which is always fun, and Two Fat Guys BBQ will be back cooking at Twin Sisters too.

Stop in Strickland’s and see all the new merchandise - we’ve added BLING and Beanie Babies and a whole slew of other stuff, making it your one-stop shopping place! And I’m there on Saturdays - you couldn’t ask for more!!!

There’s lots of talk around town of a bobcat or a mountain lion attacking horses down by the Narrows. Good news folks, this rumor has been de-bunked! The responding Vet determined the cause of the horse’s injury was not due to bobcat or mountain lion attack. Possibly a Chupacabra on the loose?

And last, but certainly not least, congratulations to Kymber and Seth on their upcoming nuptuals!

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