It's a sure sign warm weather is hear to stay when the sidewalks are crowded and people just pop into the office. Some of you maybe didn't know she sprained her wrist a month ago trying to open a can of pickled beets. She said she's "finally fully back to par." As we all know, her par is about ten times better than the rest of our normals. And that's why we love her.
Although I'm not good at blogging yet, I am excited about the season opener for our Wild Musketeers! Let's all support their efforts this year by coming to the games. Head Cheerleader Dorothy Jean Wetstra says that although she can no longer give us a high kick, she still has her pompoms.
Mayor Gladys McKern is lobbying to appoint funds toward a mass pompom purchase, stating in the Partonville Press, "How would that not help with publicity if everyone in the stands had a pair." Sharon says I should stop quoting Gladys on that, but I just can't help myself.
See, Harold, this is how you add a post. I'm just typing this in to show you and then I'll ...
NO! Don't push that button! Oh, well, it posted now.
In the beginning of this Partonville Press blog I, Harold Crab, editor of the Partonville Press, want to admit I have no idea what I'm doing. This is just a test.
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My name is Harold Crab and I am the editor of the Partonville Press. I am new to blogging but I will try to do my best to write a newsy tidbit now and again, something that might not make the paper or, hopefully, one of Baumbich's books. We heard she's snooping around here again, writing down our every word for a Dearest Dorothy #7!