pereira – n. coca-cola clothes
sutchuff – n. a blanket used as a cape
clebriat – n. a super powered cape
gulag – v. to wear a castle on your head
– Our next song is “Angels We Have Heard Get High”.
– Don’t let worry kill you–let the church help.
– Remember in prayer the many who are sick of our church and community.
– For those of you who have children and don’t know it, we have a nursery downstairs.
– Weight Watchers will meet a 7 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church. Please use large double door at the side entrance.
– Jean will be leading a weight-management series Wednesday nights. She’s used the program herself and has been growing like crazy!
– The rosebud on the altar this morning is to announce the birth of David Alan Belzer, the sin of Rev. and Mrs. Julius Belzer.
– This afternoon there will be a meeting in the South and North ends of the church. Children will be baptized at both ends.
– Tuesday at 4:00 p.m. there will be an ice cream social. All ladies giving milk will please come early.
– This being Easter Sunday, we will ask Mrs. Lewis to come forward and lay an egg on the altar.
– The service will close with Little Drops of Water. One of the ladies will start quietly and the rest of the congregation will join in.
– Next Sunday a special collection will be taken to defray the cost of the new carpet. All those wishing to do something on the carpet should come forward and do so.
– The ladies of the church have cast off clothing of every kind. They can be seen in the church basement Saturday.
– Thursday night–Potluck supper. Prayer and medication to follow.
– Eight new choir robes are currently needed, due to the addition of several new members and to the deterioration of some older ones.
– The senior choir invites any member of the congregation who enjoys sinning to join the choir.
– At the evening service tonight, the sermon topic will be “What is Hell?” Come early and listen to our choir practice.
– During the absence of our pastor, we enjoyed the rare privilege of hearing a good sermon when A. B. Doe supplied our pulpit.
– The Rev. Adams spoke briefly, much to the delight of his audience.
– The church is glad to have with us today as our guest minister the Rev. Shirley Green, who has Mrs. Green with him. After the service we request that all remain in the sanctuary for the Hanging of the Greens.
– The eighth graders will be presenting Shakespeare’s Hamlet” in the church basement on Friday at 7 p.m. The congregation is invited to attend this tragedy.
– The 1991 Spring Council Retreat will be hell May 10 and 11.
– Pastor is on vacation. Massages can be given to church secretary.
– Please join us as we show our support for Amy and Alan in preparing for the girth of their first child.
– Scouts are saving aluminum cans, bottles and other items to be recycled. Proceeds will be used to cripple children.
Q: What kind of clothing does a house wear?
GOOD: Your boyfriend is exercising.
BAD: So he’ll fit in your clothes.
When a friend had her third baby in four years, I volunteered to keep the older two overnight. One night turned into several, and I was running out of supplies. I asked my husband to go over and get some things from my friend’s husband.
“Did he give you everything?” I asked later.
“Yes,” my husband said, grinning. “A box of diapers, two sacks of clothing and the children’s birth certificates.”
zlamen – n. many stick people with clothes
zlaman – n. a stick person with clothes
zaib – v. to get clothes from Santa Claus
sobunt – n. a koala with its own line of underwear
slume – n. a shirt made into pants.
Ex. She’s wearing a slume.
slome – n. shorts made into a shirt.
Ex. She’s wearing a slome.
senyo – v. to take off all your clothes and go poopoo