Lila Rider: Oak Creek/Phippsburg news for March 13
We always could use more jewelry for bingo. Thanks for bringing it in, and keep up the good work.
Frances Withers has had company and her family was in visiting. Bettie Pierce and Carole Rickman have had a lot of company, as well.
Nancy Stahoviak has had lots of visitors.
Thelma Ideus’ family has been in visiting with her and Phyllis Fulton’s son and daughter-in-law have been in to see her.
Darleen Cantrell has had company in to see her, and Don Lufkin’s daughter was in visiting with him.
Arlene Zaborowski has had her son and daughter-in-law in to see her.
Juanita Davis is having a birthday party this week.
We welcome everybody who’s new here, and we’re happy to have them.
Joke of the week
Two elderly ladies, Ethel and Martha, had been best friends for more than 50 years. Throughout the decades they have spent together, they have worked together, lived next door to each other and vacationed together with their husbands. In their golden years, they would meet every afternoon to play cards.
One day, as they were wrapping up a game of pinochle, Ethel looks at Martha sheepishly and says, “Now please don’t get angry with me. I know we’ve been friends for a long time, but I just can’t seem to remember your name! I’ve been wracking my brain for the past hour, but it still escapes me. Please remind a forgetful old lady!”
Martha glares angrily at her. For five minutes, she doesn’t speak, only giving her friend stares of disappointment. Finally, Martha asks, “How soon do you need to know?”
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