Saturday, June 20, 2009


Hello Dear Reader,
Boyd Christiansen must have thought the young lady, Mary Hall, who worked for his sister was attractive because it wasn’t long until he had a date with her for a dance on New Year’s Eve. Actually it was a triple date—Boyd’s friend, Wes Carter, took one of Mary’s friends who will remain unnamed and Harold Webb, another friend, took Mary Ellen Argyle as blind dates.

As it turned out Mary Ellen was six inches taller than Harold and was afraid to get out of the car. Wes said, “And I was stuck with a girl whose face would stop an eight-day clock.” But Boyd and Mary seemed to have a wonderful time. Mary was less than impressed with Boyd’s friends, however, and thought Wes was the rudest person she had ever met.
Aunt Genni

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