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Volume 5, Issue 5

September 1, 2005

"The eBullet"
An Online newsletter of
"The Andy Griffith Show" Rerun Watchers Club (TAGSRWC)
Volume 5, Issue 5
September 01, 2005

Welcome to our 22nd issue of "The eBullet"!  

  The Complete Third Season (which, like the Second Season release, has original commercials featuring the cast!) and a box set of the First Three Seasons have been released this month by Paramount and are available now at our online Weaver's Dept. Store.  (See pricing and various combo offers below.)   Paramount has announced that the Fourth Season will be released on DVD on Nov. 22.  Our Weaver's Dept. Store will start taking pre-orders on Nov. 1.

  Meanwhile, here's some more of what's happening in Mayberry:


  * Sept. 3 and 4: The Roland White Band performs at the Chilliwack Bluegrass Festival in Chilliwack, BC, Canada.  For more info visit http://www.chilliwackartscouncil.com
  * Sept. 22-24, 2005: 16th Annual Mayberry Days in Mount Airy, N.C.  Guests scheduled this year are: Elinor Donahue, Darlin' Boys Doug and Rodney Dillard, Betty Lynn (Thelma Lou), Maggie Peterson Mancuso (Charlene Darling), James Best (Jim Lindsey), Dobro-playing Country Boy LeRoy McNees, and George Spence (Frank the Boyfriend.  Also attending will be David Morris, son of the late Howard Morris.  (Tributes to Howard Morris and Ernest T. Bass will be featured at this year's festival.  Tickets are available at http://www.surryarts.org or by calling 1-800-286-6193.  Though many of the festival's events are free, now is definitely the time to be making reservations for tickets for the parts that aren't free.  Ditto for hotel reservations.  Don't wait and miss out.  (Some segments of the weekend are already sold out!)
  * Sept. 24: George Lindsey performs at the 11th Annual Hickman Fall Festival in Hickman, Ky. Singers Lulu Roman and Ken Mellons also perform at the free festival.  For more info, call (270) 236-7827.
  * Oct. 13 and 14: David Browning falls for nothing and leaves 'em laughing at the Autumn Glory Festival/October Fest in Oakland, Md.
  * Nov. 4: Tentative release date for "Chicken Little" (with Don Knotts as the voice of the Turkey Mayor).
  * Nov. 10 to April 2006: Ronnie Schell and Ruta Lee return for a second season of starring in "Senior Class: A Revue of the Golden Years" at the Palme d'Or Theatre in Palm Desert, Calif.  For more info, visit http://www.seniorclassrevue.com or call 1-888-240-3003.
  * Nov. 11: Doug Dillard and Rodney Dillard perform at the Greater Downstate Indoor Bluegrass Festival at the Crowne Plaza Hotel in Springfield, Ill.  For more info, visit: http://www.bluegrassmidwest.com/featured/other6.php
  * Nov. 25: The Roland White Band performs at the Station Inn. in Nashville, Tenn. Show time: 9:00.  For details, visit http://www.stationinn.com
  * Dec. 2 and 3: Roland White hosts Bill Monroe Appreciation Nights at the Station Inn in Nashville.  For further info when available, visit http://www.stationinn.com.
  * Dec. 2-4: Jim Nabors hosts "A Merry Christmas with Friends and Nabors" at the Hawaii Theatre in Honolulu, Hawaii. Box Office Phone: (808) 528-0506. (Box Office Hours: Tuesday-Saturday from 9:00 AM -5:00 PM).  Visit the website at http://www.hawaiitheatre.com/index.html
  * Dec. 9: We're not sure what Ben Weaver would say about it, but David Browning performs "Scrooge" at the Oakboro Music Hall in Oakboro, N.C.  For more info, visit http://www.oakboromusichall.com.

***** 2006 *****

  * Jan. 7: George Lindsey performs at Cypress Gardens in Winter Haven, Fla., as part of Nashville Legends show that also stars Bill Anderson and Little Jimmy Dickens.  Show time is 2 p.m.  Reserved seats go on sale Dec. 6 at 10:00 a.m.  Call (863)324-2111, option 2.  For more info, visit http://www.cypressgardens.com.
  * Jan. 20 and 21 Mayberry Comes to Cocoa II in Cocoa, Fla.  Further details TBA.
  * Feb. 11: Doug and Rodney Dillard perform at the Palatka Bluegrass Festival in Palatka, Fla.
  * Mar. 3-5: 9th Annual George Lindsey/UNA Film Festival in Florence, Ala.  See updates at http://www.lindseyfilmfest.com.
  * May 6: Doug and Rodney Dillard perform at the Lewis Family Homecoming and Bluegrass Festival at Elijah Clark State Park in Lincolnton, Ga.

**** NEWS OF CAST & CREW ****

ANDY GRIFFITH has been splitting his time between his homes in L.A. and Manteo, N.C., as he looks for the right acting project.  He might be making some news in September, too.  (No, not Mayberry Days, wishful thinkers!)
  DON KNOTTS is still working his way back up to feeling 100% after some medical issues earlier in the year.  He's generally feeling fine, but wasn't quite feeling up to the rigors of cross-country travel, so the Don Knotts Festival, scheduled for mid-August in his hometown of Morgantown, W.V., has been postponed indefinitely.  The town still dedicated a start honoring Don on its new Walk of Fame.  And the town also officially launched the Don Knotts chapter of TAGSRWC.
  RON HOWARD is now filming "The Da Vinci Code," his current film as director.  (It has a tentative release date of May 19.)  He also is producer for the "Curious George" movie that is currently in production for release in 2006.  And this fall he returns for a new season as narrator of the Emmy Award-winning "Arrested Development," for which he is also executive producer.
  GEORGE LINDSEY hosted the Ohio Valley Emmy Awards in July.  He also has taped a segment for a special on country comedy called "American Revolution," which will air on CMT and will also feature Andy Griffith and others.  
  DOUG and RODNEY DILLARD have been maintaining a busy schedule touring, including a Fourth of July show in Leipers Fork, Tenn., with George Lindsey and two shows with Maggie Peterson Mancuso at the Oakboro Music Hall in Oakboro, N.C.  We hope to have two new CD releases from Rodney (including one with Doug) at our online Weaver's Dept. Store within the next month.  And Weaver's has just added a book of sheet music of favorite Dillards tunes (see the Merchandise section below).
  JAMES BEST has been making several appearances over the summer, most related to "The Dukes of Hazzard" (with the emphasis on the original series, not the movie, of course).
  TAGS Country Boy LeRoy "Mack" McNees and wife Jan have report that they are having a ball as they travel the United States and Canada in their motor home.  They have visited friends, participated in bluegrass festivals and music workshops, and have conducted worship services.  They've been mostly in the West and Northwest so far, but they're making their way toward Mayberry Days in Mount Airy in September.  They plan to be on the road for about two years.  The Darling family just "thought" they knew what it meant to have "everybody on the truck"!

  We're sorry to report the passing of actor and writer PAT McCORMICK on July 29 in Woodland Hills, Calif., at the age of 78.  He had been paralyzed and left speechless by a massive stroke in 1998.  Though legendary for his comedy writing and gags for top comedians, especially Johnny Carson, and for his onscreen portrayals of zany characters, such as Big Enos Burdette in the "Smokey and the Bandit" movies, Pat is remembered in Mayberry for writing two episodes of TAGS, "Mind over Matter" and "Goober's Contest," both in the show's seventh season and both written with Ron Friedman.  
  Born in Lakewood, Ohio, in 1927, Pat McCormick attended Harvard Law School before deciding to pursue a career in advertising, which soon led to comedy writing and then dovetailed into a long and busy parallel career as a comic and actor.  He is survived by his son, Ben, and a grandson.


Here are the newest items and offers, as well as some other recent ones.

* Complete Third Season of "The Andy Griffith Show" on DVD   $32.00
This set includes all 32 episodes (plus original commercials featuring the cast for 29 of the episodes) of this landmark season of the show that introduces Gomer Pyle, the Darlings, Ernest T. Bass, Peggy McMillan, Mayor Stoner, and Malcolm Merriweather.  The suggested retail price for this set is about $40.00, but Weaver's is offering them for $32.00.  (Paramount was unable to locate satisfactory prints of epilogues for two of the episodes, "Barney Mends a Broken Heart" and "The Darlings Are Coming."  The Darlings episode is also of noticeably inferior video quality than the rest of the episodes in this set, but it's still a spectacular DVD set from one of the best seasons of the entire series.)

We have these combo offers for the Third Season:

* Box Set of The Complete First Three Seasons of "The Andy Griffith Show" on DVD   $98.00
The Complete First, Second and Third Seasons of the show (a total of 95 episodes) are included in this no-frills box set.  The suggested retail price is $120.00.  We're pleased to offer the set for just $98.00.

* Miss Crump's Third Season Reading & Watching Combo
This combo features:
  * Complete Third Season of "The Andy Griffith Show" on DVD
  * "Act Like Somebody" book of Mayberry photos and quotations about Parenting
  * "I'm Proud to Call You My Friend" book of Mayberry photos and quotations about Friendship
  * Complete Set (factory sealed) of Series 2 of "The Andy Griffith Show" Trading Cards (110 cards; rare collectible, out of production since 1992)

  You get the Third Season DVD set, both books and the set of trading cards (with a combined suggested price of more than $70.00) for only $48.00.  As Opie says, "Boy, Miss Crump sure must want us to read!"

* Dates for Goober Calendar Combo
  * Complete Third Season of "The Andy Griffith Show" on DVD
  * Official 2005 "Andy Griffith Show" Wall Calendar (out of print, collectible)
  * Official 2006 "Andy Griffith Show" Wall Calendar (just arrived!)
  * Complete Set (factory sealed) of Series 2 of "The Andy Griffith Show" Trading Cards (110 cards; rare collectible, out of production since 1992)

  All four items together would have a suggested price of at least $76.00, but we know that Goober needs all the help he can get with dates, so our price is just $56.00.

* Terrific Third Season Combo
For those who haven't been able to take advantage of the combos featuring just a Complete Season DVD Set and the Series 2 Trading Cards, here's another offer featuring nothing but the DVDs and trading cards.  You get:
  * Complete Third Season of "The Andy Griffith Show" on DVD
  * Complete Set (factory sealed) of Series 2 of "The Andy Griffith Show" Trading Cards (110 cards; rare collectible, out of production since 1992)

  The Weaver's price for both the DVD set and the card set is only $40.00, which is the suggested retail price of the DVD set by itself.  A simple deal with nice value.

The First and Second Seasons (and some combo offers for them) are also still available at Weaver's, too.

  Here are some other new and recent additions to our Mayberry lineup:

* Official 2006 "Andy Griffith Show " Wall Calendar ($13.00)
For the third year in a row, Mayberry fans get to enjoy an "Andy Griffith Show" Wall Calendar.  This 2006 calendar is similar to the ones for 2004 and 2005.  (A few of both of those are still available at Weaver's.  There's still time to get some use out of the 2005 edition, plus both of the earlier calendars are valued as collectibles.)  The new 2006 Wall Calendar has black & white photos featuring Andy, Barney, Opie, Aunt Bee, and Gomer.  The calendar measures 11 x 12 in. when folded.  Make a date (lots of them!) with Mayberry in 2006!

* "This Is the Time: The Dillards Songbook Collection" ($20.00)
This 40-page songbook has sheet music (and lyrics) for 26 favorite Dillards tunes, including almost everything the group played as the Darling Boys on "The Andy Griffith Show."  There's a Foreword by Mitch Jayne, a Preface by Rodney Dillard, and a Discography, plus some fun photos of the group that were taken at Mayberry Days in Mount Airy, N.C., in 2004.  This is a "must have" item for any fan of The Dillards and Mayberry, whether the instrument you play is stringed or whether you just get your guitar and banjo sounds out of a jug the way Briscoe does.  Either way, there'll be more power to you with this superb songbook covering four decades of Dillards classics.

* Goober's Grab-Bag of Goob Stuff ($30.00)
  Ol' Ben Weaver has been scrounging around in his basement again and has put together enough assorted items to bring back one of our all-time most popular offers...Goober's Grab-Bag.
  We have only a few of this new Grab-Bag--just enough to advertise that we have them.  The Grab-Bag is mostly paper items, but there are a few intriguing extras.  Each Grab-Bag is guaranteed to have at least 30 different items, including these highlights:

  * 1 copy of the Special Edition of the September 24, 2004, "Mount Airy News" featuring coverage of the dedication of the TV Land Landmark statue on that date
  * 1 copy of the "Mayberry Gazette," the promotional newspaper of Mayberry in the Midwest III in New Castle, Ind., in 2004
  * 1 Mayberry book with a cover price of at least $10.00
  * 1 Mayberry-related audio cassette
  * 1 black & white 8x10 photo of a favorite Mayberry star
  * 1 color 8x10 of a favorite Mayberry star
  * 1 oversized collectible TAGS trading card (rare)
  * 1 large Mayberry poster
  * 1 Mayberry-related cardboard fan or a second (different from the first) poster (our choice based on availability)
  * 1 lapel pin
  * 1 10-card wax pack of Series 1 TAGS trading cards (rare)
  * 2 bumper stickers
  * 1 Mayberry magnet or button (our choice based on availability)

  The rest of the Grab-Bag is made up of assorted newsletters and promotional literature about Mayberry events or stars, but we think you'll easily find your money's worth just in the half of the items listed above.
  The price of the Grab-Bag is $30.  All proceeds (not just the profits, but 100%) will go toward TAGSRWC's and Weaver's support of the Surry Arts Council's Mayberry Days in Mount Airy, N.C., in September.  Not to be pushy, but we have only a couple of handfuls of these Grab-Bags to offer, and we're not sure how much more scrounging around Ol' Ben can do in his basement because, after all, he is Ol' Ben!

* "A Face in the Crowd" on DVD
This critically acclaimed 1957 movie (also starring Walter Matthau and Patricia Neal and directed by Elia Kazan) was Andy Griffith's first film.  Many people feel it's Andy's best acting work outside of TAGS, though his Lonesome Rhodes character is a far cry from Andy Taylor.  Price: $20.00.

  This tribute to Mayberry, first published in hardcover in 2000 to celebrate the show's 40th Anniversary, is now available in paperback just in time to celebrate the show's 45th Anniversary on October 3, 2005.  All 256 pages of content are the same, but have been scaled down in size a little bit, and the book has a paperback cover now.  The price has been scaled down, too.  The original coffee-table, hardcover version had a cover price of $35.00 (Weaver's still has a few of those left for $32.00).  
  This new paperback version has a cover price of $20.00, but Weaver's has them for just $18.00.  Enjoy tons of rare photos and insights from the cast and crew of TAGS, "Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.," "Mayberry R.F.D." and "Return to Mayberry."

  Everybody's been asking about these super-comfy lounge pants or sleep pants.  (Goober calls 'em snooze britches!)  We're pleased to offer them in four sizes:
Small (waist 28-30 in.; length 30 1/2 in.)
Medium (waist 32-34 in.; length 31 in.)
Large (waist 36-38 in.; length 31 1/2 in.)
X-large (waist 40-42 in.; length 32 in.)
  The lightweight britches are 100% cotton and have a button fly and an elastic waistband.  If you're looking for a T-shirt that'll coordinate well as a top for the pants, we suggest either of the "Wishin' I Was Fishin'" T-shirts or the "It's Better in Mayberry" T-shirt.
  Our supply of these lounge pants comes in sporadically, so, not to be pushy, but if you like the looks of them and see your size, you might want to grab a pair sooner rather than later because, if we run out of a particular size, we may not get more in for a few months.  Price: $15.00.

  This olive shirt states a simple activity that's never far from minds in Mayberry: "Jus' Goin' Fishin'."  And what better way to capture that feeling than an image of Andy and Opie walking back from the fishin' hole.  Available in Adult sizes: Small, Medium, Large, and X-large.  Price: $15.00.

  Well, it's not exactly GQ, but with our dapper Deputy on the cover, this fashionable MQ shirt is made just right for the dip on the dance floor.  (We're not altogether sure that we like the way we put that, but you know what we mean.)  This hip T-shirt is just way cool—perfect for any guy or gal wanting to make a Mayberry fashion statement.  The shirt is very close to navy blue, but Floyd insists that we call it azure.  Whatever color it is, we azure you that you'll like it.  Available in Adult sizes: Small, Medium, Large, and X-large.  Price: $15.00.

  We're proud to introduce three designs of cotton boxer shorts featuring Mayberry favorites.  Each is available in Small (waist 28-30 in.); Medium (waist 32-34 in.); Large (waist 36-38 in.); and X-large (waist 40-42 in.).  Each is $12.00.  A couple of sizes of one or two of the designs are currently sold out, but we're hoping to get more.

  Here's a brief description of the three designs:

  This one features only Barney with that trademark surprised expression on his face.  We'll leave it up to you to explain the reason for his surprised look.

  This boxer design matches the original design of lounge pants.  Another case of perfect casting!

  This design features close-ups of Andy, Barney, Aunt Bee, and Opie.  Floyd once again insists that the color is sort of an azure, but Barney says it reminds him more of the color of the water at the duck pond, so we'll go with Barney and call this one teal.

  All of our Mayberry items can be viewed and ordered at our Web site at http://www.WeaversDepartmentStore.com/.  Our phone order line is generally answered between 5 and 9 p.m. CT, Mon. to Sat. You can also leave a message 24 hours a day and Sheila will return your call and take your order.  The number for the Weaver's Phone Order Line is (615) 604-1298.


We're proud to welcome five new chapters since the last "eBullet."  They are:

Don Knotts     Morgantown, W.V.
"I Got a Hobby--Drinking"   Normal, Ill.
The Sound Committee    New York, N.Y.
Mayberry County Search and Rescue  Hoover, Ala.
Oak Ridge Andy Watchers   Madisonville, Ky.

  That brings our total number of chapters since TAGSRWC was founded in 1979 to 1,279.

  If you are interested in starting a chapter of TAGSRWC, all you have to do is pick a name that has not already been chosen and submit a list of your founding members by postal mail.  What you do as a chapter is entirely up to you.  Your group can do as much or as little as you like.  Or write to us also if you would like to contact a chapter near you.  Our address is TAGSRWC, 9 Music Square South, PMB 146, Nashville, TN  37203-3286.

**** CHAPTER NEWS ****

* The Fifth Annual Mayberry Squad Car Nationals was a big hit as part of the Mayberry in Graysville Festival Graysville, Ala., at the end ofJuly.  "Hearty-Eatin' Men and Beautiful, Delicate Women" chapter (Tuscaloosa, Ala.) was the sponsor of the Nationals, which is sanctioned by MASCAR (Mayberry Authentic Squad Cars and Racing).  The daylong festival was sponsored by the City of Graysville and its longstanding Mayberry Minutemen chapter.
  Though two teams of squad cars had to drop out the week of the race because of driver illness (MASCAR officials could find no signs of foul play), the event still had an impressive lineup of eight highly competitive cars for the obstacle course race.  (The two drivers who had to withdraw, Rockin' Ricky Carnes and Robert "the Dismantler" Shelby, are both doing fine now.)  The Overall Winner of this year's Nationals was the team headed by driver Jan "Checkpoint Chickie" Newsome of "Mother Figure" chapter (Huntsville, Ala.).  Contestant Joel "Mayberry Judge" Laird of Aunt Bee Haven chapter (Anniston, Ala.) was awarded the coveted Unsportsmanship Award (a baking potato) by--who else?--the festival's Potato Queen.
  The day also saw Johnny Phillips of "Hit One for the Ol' Goober" chapter (Killen, Ala.) take the Mayberry trivia contest with 19 out of 20 answers correct (better watch out at Mayberry Days, Pat Bullins and Dennis Beal!)  There also were 12 Mayberry tribute artists (including Count Istvan Teleky!), about 20 chapters, and fans from at least eight states on hand for the day that also included a parade, Opie look-alike contest, whistling contest, spaghetti dinner, and the Tip-Top Talent Show, headlined by The Sullivans.  Somewhere along the way, Mayor Doug Brewer was dowsed with a bucket of water while wearing his Mount Pilot Judo Society judogi outfit, and a gorilla frightened Ginger and Mary Ann.  That's just the kind of day it was.
  Just a few days ago, a bunch of chapters and members gathered for Mayberry Night at the Oakboro (N.C.) Music Hall to see music and performances by several of the top Mayberry tribute artists, including host Jeff Branch (Howard Sprague).
  Several chapters had been planning to attend the Don Knotts Festival in Morgantown in mid-August, but re-grouped after that event had to be postponed.  Many folks detoured to the OnionFest event in East Tennessee to see Doug and Rodney Dillard in concert.
  In July, members "She's Nice!" chapter (Hendersonville, Tenn.) and Andy chapter (Nashville, Tenn.) rendezvoused in nearby Houston County, Tenn., for a day or hearty eatin' and front-porch rockin'.  They even went looking for local rocks and found a couple of bucketsful worthy of the She's Nice!" rock garden.  Ernest T. would have been proud!
  Barney chapter (Greensboro, N.C.) held a meeting with a "back to school" theme last week.  No doubt, they're also cooking up something for their entry in the Mayberry Days parade.  It'll be hard for them to top last year's rolling moonshine still, but we're sure they'll put buckets on their heads and think of something.  (Speaking of which, it was two years ago that the chapter members marched in the parade with buckets on their head as they sang the "Marine Corps Hymn"!)
  Mayberry chapter (Knoxville, Tenn.) is set to publish another issue of its outstanding chapter newsletter, "Mayberry Minutes" this month.  And look for member Dennis Beal as substitute quizmaster for Miss Crump in the next "eBullet" in October.  As with Paul Mulik's quiz last issue (answers this issue), the big advantage in having Dennis submit a quiz is that everybody doesn't have to compete against him in the quiz!
  Mayberry Scout Troop #44 chapter (Clear Lake, Wis.) has all but the finishing touches done on its exact, full scale replica of the Taylor home.  The project has been painstakingly underway for a couple of years by the two dedicated nuts, Marsha and David Scheuermann.  The pictures of the house that have circulated online look phenomenal.  The layout and décor are unbelievably close to what we know of the Taylor home on TV.  And best of all, the house has just been officially approved as a bed and breakfast, so they'll be slowly rolling out the red carpet for visitors who want to spend the night.  We'll provide their Web site and other contact info in a future issue, once they're fully up and running.

**** Miss Crump's Mayberry QuizZES ****

Answers to Miss Crump's Mayberry Quiz #64

We had some competitive entries for this quiz.  About two-thirds of the quizzes submitted had all the right answers (or all but one if you go by Old Man Mulik).  When the dust settled and we drew a name out of Andy's size 6 7/8 hat, the winner was Alan Thornton of "You Better Put a Buckeye in Your Pocket and Do the Incant for a Sore Foot" chapter in Bessemer, Ala.  Congratulations to Alan, who wins his choice of any single item at Weaver's other than anything in the Collectibles and Special Items sections.
  Here are the answers we were looking for in this quiz by substitute teacher/trivia guru Paul Mulik:
  1. Cliff Devereaux is somebody in Mayberry who owns a grand piano.  If you don't believe it, just ask Beatrice the Maid or Andrew Paul Lawson.
  2. It's not besmirching the name of Earp to say that arm-wrestling is the type of competition in which Warren Ferguson once won a month's supply of mint jelly.
  3. Howard Sprague is someone who has worked as a truck driver for the Mayberry Transfer Company.
  4. An object that Gomer broke at the Taylors' house was an egg when Gomer helped Aunt Bee bake a cake after Andy saved his life.  Old Man Mulik says that Gomer's worsening of the toggle switch on the Taylors' vacuum cleaner and his creating an additional short in their bargain-day freezer, both of which were technically already broken, don't count, even though Gomer did break them more than they were already broken.  But everybody missed the egg and just about everybody entered the toggle switch, so it was a moot point as far as the quiz standings.
  5. False.  Though Otis once claims that he'd rather do the time than pay for anything that doesn't have a cork in it, he does in fact pay the two-dollar fine for public intoxication in Mayberry on at least one occasion.  When Andy and Barney were on their campaign to put the clamp down on moonshining in Mayberry for good (including the Morrison Sisters), Otis comes in the courthouse and both pays his fine and locks himself in his cell to serve his time.  (Maybe he was just confused because of the extra-intoxicating effects of the Morrison Sisters' elixir.)
  BONUS: Six people who are heard either whistling or blowing a whistle in or near Mayberry could include Andy Taylor, Barney Fife, Gomer Pyle, Goober Pyle, Otis Campbell, Charlene Darling, Warren Ferguson, escapee Ralph Neal (heard by Blue), and Flip Conroy.  And we'd better throw in Earle Hagen, because he certainly seems to be near Mayberry with his whistling!

Miss Crump's Mayberry Quiz #65

1. What town is referred to as "another Dodge City" by a Mayberry resident?
2. Which community's town hall is observed to have been erected in 1902?
3. Name five times that Barney Fife has been seen barefooted.
4. Name a Mayberry resident who has met Audie Murphy.
5. Who in Mayberry has been called "Mr. Rockefeller"?
BONUS: At the risk of being too commercial with our questions, name the one word that sandwich-toting tot Leon has been heard to say.

  The deadline for entries to be e-mailed or post-marked is October 1, 2005.  To send your answers by e-mail, write to MissCrump@iMayberry.com.  By regular mail, send your answers to TAGSRWC, 9 Music Square South, PMB 146, Nashville TN  37203-3286.  The answers will be published in the October "eBullet."  In the event of a tie for the highest score, we'll draw a name from a hat to select the winner.  The prize is the same as for the previous quiz (the choice of any single item online at Weaver's except for items in the Collectibles and Special Items sections).  Good luck!

**** POSTNOTE ****

Between issues of "The eBullet," keep up with the goings-on in Mayberry with the more-or-less daily "Who's Been Messin' Up the Bulletin Board?" Digest.  It's a free subscriber list that consists entirely of comments, newsflashes, and questions and answers from subscribers.  You can sign up for that list by going to the "Mailing Lists" link at http://tagsrwc.com.
  TAGSRWC also publishes "Weaver's Newsletter" in more-or-less alternate months to "The eBullet."  Like "The eBullet," the "Weaver's Newsletter" is free.  Its focus is mainly on new Mayberry merchandise and collectibles and quick news flashes.  To sign up, go to http://www.tagsrwc.com/ebullet/joinebullet.htm.
  TAGSRWC's other main vehicle for Mayberry information is simply our Web site at http://www.tagsrwc.com.  It has extensive content and links for just about everything a Mayberry fan might be looking for.
  The next issue of "The eBullet" is scheduled for mid-October.

**** "Your haircut may be city-style, but your heart was shaped in a bowl." ****