Mail Call for 12/20

December 20, 2000

Mail Call for 12/20

"Thank you to the Stotlemyer boys who bring me a load of wood so this old widow won't be cold this Christmas. Thank you again."

"You know I am not a school bus driver and none of my friends are bus drivers, but their pay should be increased. I have seen how some children behave in church and other places. I would not want the responsibility of having those kids to take care of. If you are not going to train them right at home, how can you expect them to behave when they are out of your sight? A lot of you think your kids don't misbehave, but a lot of them are terrible."

"I have a long haired chihuahua, goes by the name of Ruby Red, she is going to have pups. She is lost in the Hospital Hill area of Williamsport. If anyone finds her call 301-223-6570. There will be a reward."


"Yes, there is a Santa. It began 2000 years ago in Bethlehem and it is called LOVE."

"To the person who called in about the SPCA. Would you please donate one day of your time and see how they handle strays and other pet problems?"

"I read in last week's Mail Call about people being upset about city workers using their vehicles for their own personal use. I know some county workers that use their vehicles for all personal use. At the price of gas, I think that the County Commissioners should start checking on the mileage and on the gas. No wonder, we can't get out of debt."

"Mom, I want to wish you a Merry Christmas. I love you."

"To the eye doctor on Robinwood Drive. Thanks for fixing your train display after the windstorm. You sure do make a three-year-old's day, every time we pass by."

"Mr. Mayor and the people in Funkstown, we have nothing in this end of town because of you people that are whining. Never hear about the trucks parking in the streets or the drunks in your little historical town. What about people who travel from Keedysville, Boonsboro and come through your town? I hope you people are happy, because you also kept people from jobs. I hope someday someone will have the guts to stand up against your whining and put in a nice store, like Wal-Mart."

"Responding to the Dear Santa ad. I have one thing to say. It is easier for some to get a man than others. Leave it alone. Dreams do come true. Good luck, girl."

"I pray that each and everyone of us remember the true meaning of Christmas this year. That is the birthday of our Lord Jesus Christ, and savior. He came to this Earth to save us from our sins. If we give him a chance, we will have eternal life with him in Heaven. God bless you."


"I want to wish my son a Merry Christmas, Larry Dorsey and Michelle, from Norma."

"Merry Christmas to Christopher Rinehart, from Mommy."

"Yes Virginia, there is a Santa Claus."

"Steve, thanks for a wonderful time, but don't ask me the tricky question."

"Merry Christmas to everyone."

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