Dancing At The Fullerton Elks

Nothing Else Counts In This World!   

It's Time To Dance At The Fullerton Elks Lodge

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High on the hill! A friendly place to visit!

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In Summary

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Let The Party Begin

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Margie and Al make it out for a visit.... Yeah!

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Jan and Brian

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Donna and Bob

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The band was good

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It's an interesting dance floor but it kinda works

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In black and white

Did You Know? - Black-and-white, often abbreviated B/W or B&W, is a term referring to a number of monochrome forms in visual arts.

Black-and-white as a description may be considered a misnomer in that the images are not ordinarily starkly contrasted black and white but combine black and white in a continuum producing a range of shades of gray. Further, many prints, especially those produced earlier in the development of photography, were in sepia (mainly for archival stability), which yielded richer, more subtle shading than reproductions in plain black-and-white.

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The Elk is watching us... Must be on good behavior!

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Sue and Paul

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Lorraine joined us for the evening and Neal decided to take her for a spin

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Sandy and Bob

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Right turn

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Bob provides directions

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Nita and Alan head to the floor

Quotation To Remember: The older you get, the tougher it is to lose weight, because by then your body and your fat have gotten to be really good friends.

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Lorraine is out and about again with Bob

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Leon is making the snake-eyes gesture... Stand back... Way back

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No Lorraine, you can not take him home with you! Donna would be mad!

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Donna: "Did she really wanna take you home?"
Bob: "Yes, she collects antiques!"

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Dancing the night away

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We calls this the "Rub a dub dub"

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Romantic little devils

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Maybe she is not just trying to keep him warm??? What did he do?

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We have not been together for.... almost twenty-two hours....

Quotation To Remember: Did you ever notice: The Roman numerals for forty (40) are XL?

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What does Bob know???

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Silence is always the best choice

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"It's an old story so...."

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"What can I say.... I just attract the girls!"

Quotation To Remember: The sole purpose of a child's middle name is so he can tell when he's really in trouble.

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Lorraine and Jan heard the line dancing music and off they go!

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This is what happens when you tell them to smile

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The Exalted Ruler Phil Marquez  was on duty this evening making everyone welcome

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Sue and Paul also danced.... Sue was making a wine selection from the shirt....
Her decision? One of each!

The Band This Evening Was Very Good - The So Co Dance Band

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Great guitar and well know from the Newport Harbor Elks and Santa Ana Elks Jam Sessions

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Keyboard wizard Andrew Marks

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Tim Slaven vocalist and bass guitar

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Dave Wood on percussion

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Nice dance music.... We hope they come back!

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Something to put into the album


Click to visit Andrew Marks website

Quotation To Remember: Some people try to turn back their odometers. Not me, I want people to know 'why' I look this way. I've traveled a long way and some of the roads weren't paved.

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Meanwhile Sue catches up on all the latest

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All smiles

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We all wondered how far Brian had to run after the guy to get his tie

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Now this is a real tie!!!

Quotation To Remember: You know you are getting old when everything either dries up or leaks.

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Marcia does her Charlie Chan impression

Did You Know? - Charlie Chan is a fictional Chinese-American detective created by Earl Derr Biggers. Loosely based on Honolulu detective Chang Apana, Biggers conceived of the benevolent and heroic Chan as an alternative to Yellow Peril stereotypes, such as villains like Fu Manchu. Chan is a detective for the Honolulu police, though many stories feature Chan traveling the world as he investigates mysteries and solves crimes.

Chan first appeared in Biggers' novels, but went on to be featured in a number of media. Over four dozen films featuring Charlie Chan have been made, beginning in 1926. The character was at first portrayed by Asian actors, and the films met with little success. In 1931, the Fox Film Corporation cast Swedish actor Warner Oland as Chan in Charlie Chan Carries On; the film was a success, and Fox went on to produce 15 more Chan films with Oland in the title role. After Oland's death, American actor Sidney Toler was cast as Chan; Toler made 22 Chan films, first for Fox and then for Monogram Studios. After Toler's death, six more films were made, starring Roland Winters.

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Key Luke was Charlie Chan's #1 son in the 1920's and also played
Master Po in the 1970's TV series King Fu

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Ah ha.... Marcia is back!

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You cannot hide from the camera

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"I might try some tie-dye to improve the looks of my tie

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"Leon.... Watch the glass"

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Lorraine has placed the cup on Leon's fingers

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Leon instantly knew how to removed the cup.... He bit it!

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Lifted it up and off his fingers and then....

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His false teeth came loose and he dropped the cup creating a "lap situation"

Did You Know? - Around 700BC, Etruscans in northern Italy made dentures out of human or other animal teeth. These deteriorated quickly but, being easy to produce, were popular until the mid-19th century.

The oldest useful complete denture appeared in Japan, and has been traced to the ganjyoji temple in Kii Province, Japan. It was a wooden denture made of Buxus microphylla, and used by Nakaoka Tei (–20 April 1538). This wooden denture had almost the same shape as modern dentures retained by suction. It also shaped to cover each condition of teeth loss. Wooden dentures were used in Japan up until the Meiji period.

London's Peter de la Roche is believed to be one of the first 'Operators for the Teeth', men who fashioned themselves as specialists in dental work. Often these men were professional goldsmiths, ivory turners or students of barber-surgeons.

The first porcelain dentures were made around 1770 by Alexis Duchâteau. In 1791, the first British patent was granted to Nicholas Dubois De Chemant, previous assistant to Duchateau, for "De Chemant's Specification", "a composition for the purpose of making of artificial teeth either single double or in rows or in complete sets, and also springs for fastening or affixing the same in a more easy and effectual manner than any hitherto discovered which said teeth may be made of any shade or colour, which they will retain for any length of time and will consequently more perfectly resemble the natural teeth." He began selling his wares in 1792, with most of his porcelain paste supplied by Wedgwood.

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Quotation To Remember: Eagles may soar in the clouds, but weasels never get sucked into jet engines. 

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"OK Al... Hang on!"

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"Excellent idea... Use both hands!"

Quotation To Remember: Say what you want about aging, it's still the only way to have old friends.  ~Robert Brault

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Good evening Elks.... We enjoyed playing for you this evening!