Vol.2 No.5 Jan.31, 1968 Grace Potts, Editor
Your editor wishes to thank Jerry Goodwin for his contribution this week. He
wants everyone to know he's celebrating his 4th anniversary with KeeNeR on
February 1st. While this isn't a world shattering announcement, he felt it
would be better than another Chip Dip recipe:
Other anniversaries in January: Lil Vires, 2 years on January 3: Barbara
Williams, 1 year on January 17: Dick Buller, 21 years on January 23: and
Dave Forster, 1 year on January 29.
Bob Harper has ventured into the world of contact lenses but so far it
hasn't been as pleasant as he had hoped it would be as it has resulted in a
few days off trying to adjust to them.
Visitors to the Station: 37 Girl Scouts from Troop 380 of Dearborn on
Wednesday, January 24; 4 girls from a communications class at Fuhrman School
on Tuesday, January 30; Troop 586, 10 Cub Scouts from McCall School,
Detroit, and Pack 1152, Den 5, 6 Cub Scouts from Dearborn Heights, both
groups on Tuesday, January 30.
Gals, if your marriage seems a little dull these days and you want to stir
things up, follow the suggestion in the TVĚ commercials, as Barbara Collins
did Tuesday, and send your husband a dozen sweetheart roses - at work! All
the fellas in the shop will adore them, too:
This week. 13 winners in the "KeeNeR Sun" contest are Mr. and Mrs. Krafton
Locke of Taylor, Who will be vacationing in Puerto Rico. Already, over
14,000 entries have been received since the contest started.
Mary Desentz now has the distinction of being KeeNeR's youngest grandmother
when her daughter-in-law gave birth to a son on January 23. Congratulations!
(We're all given fair warning, however. do not call her Granny).
Paul Cannon is now on the Board of Directors of the Muscular Dystrophy
Association of Greater Detroit and Southeastern Michigan when he was elected
1st Vice President last Thursday. Paul has been involved in Muscular
Dystrophy work since 1959.
Dick Purtan made a personal appearance January 22 at the opening of the
Trade Fair for Junior Achievement in the Downriver area.
PROJECT DETROIT Subject for Sunday, February 4 is "Hemisphair - '68," an
international exhibition to be held in San Antonio, Texas.