Monday, June 21, 2021

A word about June 21






We remember June 21:

On Father's Day 1964, the late Jim Bunning of the Phillies threw a perfect game against the Mets in the old Shea Stadium in New York.    It was important, because Bunning knew something about fatherhood. He and Mrs. Bunning had 9 kids and eventually 35 grandchildren.    Later, he became a US Senator from Kentucky.

"Wedding bells":    On this day in 1940, future President Richard Nixon married future First Lady Patricia Ryan.  

"Ratification":    On this day in 1788, New Hampshire voted “yes” and the US Constitution was ratified.  

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