Sunday, September 26, 2010
Steamboat Springs We want to thank everybody who has been bringing in jewelry to the Doak Walker Care Center’s weekly bingo games. Keep up the good work, it’s nice to have some new stuff to work with.
Geraldine Hinkle’s daughter was in visiting with her Tuesday, and Carol Rickman had some visitors in earlier this week, too.
Frances Wither’s son and daughter-in-law are back from going to the football game they went to.
Marilyn and Tim Goggin (who is from California) have been in visiting with people at the Doak, and Darlene Cantrell has had several visitors, too.
Irene Meyers was in visiting with Lila Rider and Rosa DeVault this week. John Sena was back from going to a football game with his five brothers.
Rosa has been having a lot of company this week, including her sister. Mary Monger has been in this past week, too, visiting with her mother.
Mollie Mahony’s daughter comes in nearly every morning on her way to work to visit with her mother, and Barbara Shively’s son or daughter-in-law are in about every day to visit with her.
Clarice Reid has had company this past week, including Dave Webster, who also stopped to visit with Lila. Jim Goggin was in visiting with Lila on Tuesday, as well.
Wayne Button has been in to visit recently, and Barbara MacMillan’s daughter is in every day to visit with her.
Welcome to all those new members who have moved in with us and good luck to everyone who has left the Doak!
Jokes of the week
One mother to another: “I never realized the value of an education until the children went back to school.”
My uncle loved crosswords so much that on the day he died, he asked to be buried six down and three across.