Tuesday, January 25, 2011

It was a Historically Significant Moment


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The Sherwood school children in this video never imagined that they were involved in an Historically Significant Moment. According to the February 2011 Sherwood Gazette, the Old Sherwood Town barber chair belonging to Dale Smith may never turn again.

19 comments:

Anonymous said...

How long did he cut hair?

Anonymous said...

When is your birthday clide

Anonymous said...

How long did he cut hair

Clyde Ray List said...

Dale Smith has cut hair in Sherwood since 1956. He's never worked anywhere else!

Clyde Ray List said...

I was born June 13, 1944. That means I was (Wait a minute. I can't do the arithmetic. It's too hard.) years old when Dale Smith started cutting hair in Old Sherwood Town.

Anonymous said...

We will try to figure out the math, Clyde. We might need a math teacher though.

Anonymous said...

Thats sooooo sad i hope he gets his license back

Anonymous said...

i hope e gets his license back.

Anonymous said...

how long did you cut hair

Anonymous said...

good luck:):):):):):):):):):)

Anonymous said...

AHHHHHHHHHHHHH ITS ROBIN HOOD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anonymous said...

Good luck dale!
When did you start cutting hair?

Clyde Ray List said...

Good luck on the arithmetic, folks. All I know is that when Dale started cutting my hair, it was fun to come into town and get swung back and forth in that big cozy barber chair.

Lilly Morgen said...

OK, Boys and Girls; a math lesson. First of all it is 2011. Now if Dale started cutting hair in 1956,we would have to subtract 2011 from 1956.

Anonymous said...

What is the status of this said barber? Why in my day, no one needed a license to do anything, you just did it. Of course that was in 1857.

Jack said...

My dad used to get haircuts there all the time!!!!!:(

Nolen said...

thats to bad, i knew him.

Anonymous said...

yeah how long did he cut hair??????--morgan

Anonymous said...

what chair?--nicole

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