Timeline – 2003 Part 2

Hi and Lois Sunday page digital proof, March 2, 2003.

A “paparazzi” is a freelance photographer who takes pictures of famous people, such as athletes, entertainers, politicians, and other celebrities while they are trying to go about their private lives. Paparazzi make money by selling photographs to tabloid newspapers, gossip magazines and celebrity TV shows.
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Timeline – 2003 Part 1

HI and Lois Sunday page digital proof, February 16, 2003.

Abraham Lincoln uttered these famous lines during a debate with Stephen Douglas in Clinton, Illinois, on September 2, 1858. Or did he?

There is no documentary evidence that Lincoln ever said these words.  One of the earliest references to the quote was by Fred Wheeler in a speech to a Prohibition party convention on August 26, 1887.  A previous instance was from a French speaker in 1885.
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Timeline – 2002 Part 4

Hi and Lois Sunday page digital proof, December 15, 2002.

Chip is a typical teenager who tries to have as little communication with his parents as possible and spends an inordinate amount of time alone in his room.  In the Sunday page above, Hi and Lois are worried about him and decide to check to see if he’s OK.  They are relieved to discover him behaving normally – hanging upside down playing his guitar.
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