Vol.3 No.5 Feb.5, 1969 Grace Potts, Editor
Not too much has transpired since last week's issue other than to report
that your editor is now a full fledged home owner with the attendant
responsibilities of snow shoveling and putting out the trash - both of which
were done Monday evening.
Last Thursday, while we were in the process of moving, the Keener gang
surprised Don Wagner on his birthday. When all the gals disappeared from his
department, it was probably pretty obvious to Don that something was about
to happen. He had the distinction, however, of having a homemade cake, the
excellent work, we understand, of Ann Mitchell's daughter Debbie.
When you have a few minutes, stop and look at the bulletin board in the
lobby. We have received many letters already thanking us for the News Album
we mailed out the latter part of January and several of them are on display.
Kathy Diefenbach's fiancÚ is on his way to Vietnam - that's the reason she
may appear to be a little depressed. She expects him home in October so is
looking forward to that month for the wedding.
Barbara Collins is giving up the apartment she and her husband shared before
he went into the SeaBees so if anyone is interested in purchasing a washer,
dryer or refrigerator, contact her. they're brand new.
Anniversaries in February include Phil Nye, February 8, 1964; Barbara
Collins February 15, 1965! Ron Sherwood February 19, 1968, and Sean Conrad
February 26, 1968.
A reminder for those who planned to attend the WKNR sponsored "Canned Heat"
show at. Masonic Temple - it's Sunday, February 9.
If you're interested in model trains, Frank Maruca will be glad to talk
about it with you. He has 13 engines and 62 cars in the basement of his
home! He and his son John started with one fully assembled train the first
of November and have built everything except this first unit.
John Small announces that his wedding date has been set for May 30, and they
plan to honeymoon in London, Paris and Madrid.
The winner of the Keener Bug given away at the Autorama Show which was held
the latter part of January was Ernie Ockstact of Ferndale.
PROJECT DETROIT Subject for Sunday, February 9, 1969 is "The Tale of TALUS".