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Re: [hostapix] dead King Snake I believe- I hate to see t

  • Subject: Re: [hostapix] dead King Snake I believe- I hate to see t
  • From: LemkeIowa@aol.com
  • Date: Sat, 5 May 2001 11:11:10 EDT

In a message dated 5/4/01 4:02:19 PM, Narda A writes:

<< In a message dated 5/4/01 4:26:48 PM Eastern Daylight Time, LemkeIowa 

<< Cheers, to good OLE Narda

OLE!!!!!????????? >>

G. O. N.     NARDA

Many of us have listened to radio news for many years.  Do you remember Paul 
Harvey's newscast when he would say "And now for the rest of the story. This 
story begins some 50 to 55 years ago in a small town in Northern Iowa.  On 
Sunday afternoons, The Uncle Mike would take the six or so nieces and nephews 
to the local cafe for treats of ice cream, etc. The cafe owner soon taught 
them that the magic words were. 'Good OLE Uncle Mike.'  He took great delight 
in asking them the 'Magic Question' for he knew I would pick up the bill come 
Monday Morning stop for coffee.  For not over 50 cents a week I was their 
hero.  Now today, some 50 years later I receive regular and E-mail addressed 
to G.O.U.M. or Good OLE Uncle Mike from my nephew in Bay City, Michigan.  
They all remember the good OLE days of free ice cream, etc.  Paul Harvey 
would always end his newscast with:::GOOD  DAY

So you see Narda,  Cheers, to good OLE Narda is really a term of endearment.

G.O.U.M.    alias Good OLE Uncle Mike

AKA   Marvin G.


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