Singing News May 2011: Tidbits and Intentional Misunderstandings
Page 4: Adam Borden will begin writing a new column and hopes to be allowed to use Tim Lovelace’s crayons.
Page 12: The “Upside Down World” visits the bottom half of the world.
Page 14: Michael Combs updates ad: the young goats (kids) CD, “Little Lambs,” is now available for “Old Goats” too!
Page 14: Dominion Valley Park Gospel Singing 2011 is sponsored by Moorefield Store Vol. Fire Department. Should there be a medical emergency, there should be qualified medical assistance on hand.
Page 15: How does the one Taylor girl make her hair stand straight out?
Page 25: Don’t read the headline fast–you would be shocked. Ever heard of worshiping tickets?
Page 33: Booth Brothers win favorite Singing News cover…because of Greater Vision’s digital wigs.
Page 46: Steven Cooper throws away a $50 bill, and a “raccoon” retrieves it.
Page 56-57: It happened on the way to a concert: everything from Ed O’Neal’s teeth bouncing down the aisle to the Florida Boys driving an hour and a half to go a half mile!
Page 59: “I hear that the government is doing away with everybody’s incandescent bulbs…Progress?…Just watch…next thing, they’ll outlaw matching suits.”
Back cover: “Come discover the best kept secret in West Virginia…” A back cover ad in Singing News is hardly the way to keep a secret.
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