Lucy will be having Christmas at her house this year. It's a potluck
affair. Only those with food will be allowed in. Says Lucy, "It'll be very informal.
No dinner table. If you have someplace else to go, feel free."
Well, she sounds excited, doesn't she? Take our word for it, it's going to be her usual gala event. The party starts around two o'clock, with dinner being served around three. Of course, live entertainment will be provided.
Also, if enough people bring a tennis racquet, we might be able to get a doubles game in.
For those following the KCSS campus radio crisis, you'll be glad to
know that the labor dispute between management and the employees (is there any other kind
of labor dispute?) has been resolved. Mike, being a key negotiator/spokesman for the
deejays, managed to get his name in several local papers during this desperate situation.
We thought that was pretty neat. Anyway, Mike and his fellow deejays are back on the air.
All ransom demands have been met. All hostages have been released.
Speaking of Mike, if you get a chance, be sure and see the videotape Doug took of Mike on the air. It's called "Mike On The Air." It's fascinating.
"It's best if viewed in fast-forward," says Mike.
If you're wondering whatever happened to Jeannie, we'd like
to report that she's doing fine. She's been extremely busy with the 4-H Club, and that's
why you probably haven't heard from her.
Husband John and the kids are reportedly doing fine, as well. John recently participated in his annual "Toy Run" to the State Capitol (in Sacramento). We asked him how it went and he said, "Fine."
Bill's new address and phone number are:
____ Bagley Ave. #__
Los Angeles, CA 90034
Please make a note of it. (In erasable ink.)
Dating is a lot like baseball (and butterfly chasing). Even the great ones strike out seven out of ten times.