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"The quarterly newsletter for Chapter 1373."
Fall Edition 2005, Volume 1, Number 3
Bible Brain Twister
by John Kezer
I once made a remark about the
hidden books of the Bible. It was a
lulu, kept people looking so hard for
facts, and for others it was a
revelation. Some were in a jam,
especially since the names of the
books are not capitalized, but the
truth finally struck home to numbers
of readers. To others, it was a real
job. We want it to be a most
fascinating few moments for you.
Yes, there will be some really easy
ones to spot. Others may require
judges to help them. I will quickly
admit it usually takes a minister to
find one of the 17, and there will be
loud lamentations when it is found.
A little lady says she brews a cup of
tea so she can concentrate better.
See how well you can compete.
Relax now, for there really are the
names of 17 books of the Bible in
these sentences.
One preacher found 16
books in 20 minutes. It took him
three weeks to find the 17th one.
(Hint: See how many books
of the Bible you can find in the text
above.)
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Certificates of Appreciation for long and faithful service were
presented by Chapter President Tom Diaz to William Arflack, Ed
Runyan, and Helen Hunt at the August meeting at Thom's Sweet
Shoppe. Also honored and receiving certificates were Tom Crider,
Mikki Crider, Martha Byford, Morris Caudill, and Perry Chipps.
Personal News
Martha Byford had arthroscopic knee
surgery on September 14 in Paducah.
She is now recuperating at home.
Morris Caudill remains at a
rehab facility in Newburgh, IN.
Louise Boyd is home following
a recent admission to Salem
Springlake Care Center.
Get-well wishes go out to all
those Chapter members who are
unable to meet with us because of
illness or surgery. We are thinking of
you. Thanks to Helen Hunt for keeping
us informed.
Welcome back to Robert
Jenkins. He recently had hip surgery.
September birthday wishes go
to Tom Crider (9/30) and Pearl Smith
(9/27). Pearl will be 97 this year.
If you have news about any of
our members, or their family, please
pass this information on to Laurel Diaz
at 965-2621 for inclusion in the next
newsletter.