Bernie Is Ninety Five! Wow!
It's Sunday and time for our Old Ranch Dinner Dance... Something special this evening, Bernie turns 95 years young! We were so happy to have Bernie join us this evening and allow us to celebrate with him!
To you Bernie: "A simple celebration, a gathering of friends; here is wishing you great happiness, a joy that never ends."
The man of the hour!
"Happy Birthday Bernie!"
Did You Know? - The month Bernie was born...
Sixteen-year-old Margaret Gorman wins the Atlantic City Pageant's Golden Mermaid trophy; pageant officials later dub her the first Miss America.
White Castle hamburger restaurant opens in Wichita, Kansas, the foundation of the world's first fast food chain.
"Keep going Bernie... So I am not the oldest one here tonight!
"Happy Birthday Bernie from the UK contingent!"
Kathy is thinking about how Ed will look at 95?
Arturo says..." Feliz Cumpleaños querido amigo Bernie !
Puede usted tener muchos muchos más ! "
Up and At 'Em...
P-s-s-s-s-s-t Ed! Did I tell you the latest?
In the corner we have,,,, Del, Vicky, Irene, Sue and Paul
Brian takes it all in!
Bernie makes the rounds visiting his friends
Did You Know? - The year Bernie was born...
January – The first religious radio broadcast is heard over station (KDKA AM in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania).
March 4 – Warren G. Harding is inaugurated as the 29th President of the United States.
July – U.S. President Warren Harding signs a joint congressional resolution declaring an end to America's state of war with Germany, Austria and Hungary.
August – The United States formally ends World War I, declaring a peace with Germany.
August – The first radio baseball game is broadcast; Harold Arlin announces the Pirates-Phillies game from Forbes Field over Westinghouse KDKA, in Pittsburgh.
November – During an Armistice Day ceremony at Arlington National Cemetery, the Tomb of the Unknowns is dedicated by U.S. President Warren G. Harding.
December – In the Four Power Treaty on Insular Possessions, Japan, the United States, United Kingdom, and France agree to recognize the status quo in the Pacific.
Prohibition was still in effect (1919–1933)
It was the Roaring Twenties (1920–1929)
Two handsome devils!
Dang... We should all look so good!
Ed Roberts enjoying the celebration
Kathy Roberts... Always a smile!
We have an additional photographer this evening
Bernie! You take it easy on Donnis!
"I give up... I did it!"
Ed tells a story
It's a good one!
Marianne caught with a smile!
Visiting is well underway!
Leon's eye is out for the chocolate cake!
Leon's baby picture
John Schulte is having his 80th birthday
Happy Birthday John
Steve played "God Bless America" and everyone in the Old Ranch Country Club including the staff all stood up and sang remembering those who perished in this horrific event of fifteen years ago.
We will not forget!
Each candle is for nineteen years...
Courtesy of the Fire Department!
It's a beauty!
Soon it will be history!
Careful Bernie, don't blow the cake off the table!
(Remember, one candle for each nineteen years)
38 down, 57 to go!
Yeah! The candles are out and the carving can begin
Everybody is moving hard to keep moving
Water? Bernie, do you know what fish do in water?
Thank you Donnis for bringing Bernie to the party!
"Let's go ask Bernie to dance with us"
Love you Bernie!