Sunday, May 17, 2009
His radio and TV roles: Bolivar Shagnasty, Cauliflower McPugg, Clem Kadiddlehopper, Freddie the Freeloader, George Appleby, J. Newton Numskull, Junior, the Little Kid (mean widdoe kid), San Fernando Red, Willie Lump Lump, Sheriff Deadeye
Mickey Mouse's nephews
Photographer who won Pulitzer Prize for picture of U.S. Marines raising the American Flag on Mt. Suribachi, Iowa Jima (March 15, 1945): the event was restaged so Rosenthal could get a good picture.
First federal highway
First Miss America, 1921; blue-eyed blond, 5'1", 30-25-32, 108 lbs., 16 years old
Monster slain by Beowulf
Five years ago, our oldest grandson got out of school early in the Spring because his Denver school building was having some renovation and re-construction work done. We jumped at the opportunity to bring him to Seguin for an extended vacation. Of course, we looked for fun things to do while he was here and noted that the Seguin Police Department was having a Cops & Kids picnic at the Seguin Activity Center. That was our exposure to this marvelous event. It was great fun for our grandson and for us.
A few months after that first Cops & Kids event, we attended the Seguin Citizens Police Academy classes, subsequently joined the SCPAAA (Seguin Citizens Police Academy Alumni Association) and since then we have volunteered to work at Cops & Kids. It is a great venue for the kids to meet our law enforcement officers and fire department personnel. The kids love it and it is gratifying and fun to see their excitement.
An aside: my husband and I have been fervently praying for Edmund Kuempel (as has everyone who knows him) and every event we have attended since he was hospitalized has had group prayer for this devoted public servant. God heal Edmund.