it don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing


going through my mother’s papers – organizing, passing on, saving gems – i came across an old newspaper, circa 1962, and loved everything about this article:


“Show me a man with a great golf game, and I’ll show you a man who has been neglecting something.”
-John F. Kennedy 


34 responses »

  1. 1962? oh that old? seriously? MR. S and I just got back from him playing a round (notice that space between those 2 words 😉 3rd for the widow? nahh sitting by the pool all is good 🙂 xx


  2. You know what I love about this article….that it actually made the paper! I love the fact that who’s going to who’s house was news! My uncle runs a small town newspaper and there is always a section called What’s Going on in the Community. Things that make the news are “Bertha Jones made banana bread yesterday or Lester Johnson thinks he might have sprained his wrist.” It always cracks me up! I’m happy that the wives are not becoming golf widows and will be standing in gallery formation!


  3. My grandmother used to work in the laundry of the St. Catharines Golf and Country club. I practically grew up in said club.Thank you for dredging up some wonderful childhood memories.


  4. This was funny as all heck! I could not believe it got printed the way it was so filled with those innuendoes! (I just read the comment, including the words “double entendre” that is what I meant!) So interesting that you found it saved! Is anyone you are related to in that article? Just might have caught her funny bone, too! Thanks for sharing!


  5. There is nothing like a bit of Swinging as they say 😉 But seriously I rather like this snippet, a blast from the past as it were but with a naughty edge if one wishes to be wicked, not that I ever would be as I am far too innocent 🙂 lmao

    Have a wonderful Monday my friend…

    Andro xx


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