Lila Rider: Oak Creek/Phippsburg news for Feb. 14
Juanita Davis’ son Bob has been in here visiting with her this week, and Virginia Rossi stopped by and visited with Lila Rider. Clarice Reid’s son and daughter-in-law have been visiting earlier in the week. Carol Rickman also has had family and friends in to visit with her, and Frances Wither has been having family in visiting on a regular basis in the past weeks.
Bettie Pierce’s son Ed Pierce was in to visit with her the other day.
Marvin and Dorothy Shively’s son and daughter-in-law come in about every other day to see them.
Elvin Miles enjoyed a visit from his aunt and cousin from Walden last week, and Rosa DeVault has been having all kinds of company in to see her.
Joanne Cannon’s daughter was in and took her out to get a new pair of glasses. Phyllis Burrowes had Joanne Lombardi in for lunch.
Thelma Ideus’ daughter and grandson were in visiting with her, and Reggie, from Phippsburg, was in visiting Thelma Whitmer the other day.
Louise McTava has been having company in, and Mollie Mahony had her daughter and son-in-law were in visiting with her.
We enjoy having the babies that come by and visit with us every day, and we had a special treat this week when both Rotary clubs in town came to sing for us.
We still need more jewelry for the weekly bingo games. We go through about 24 pieces per week once everyone gets their prizes!
Jokes of the week
Do you know how to catch a unique rabbit?
U-nique up on him.
How do you catch a tame rabbit?
What kind of coffee were they serving when the Titanic sank?
This guy took his girlfriend to her very first football game. When it was over, she said, “I didn’t know it was a game of money.”
He said he didn’t know what she meant since nobody was betting, and she said, “Well everybody kept hollering, get the quarter back, get the quarter back!”
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