Residents in my town and quite a few surrounding towns receive a printed Action Unlimited newspaper each week. This "freebie" publication arrives in the mail and is full of ads for local chimney cleaning services, lost and found, small shops, and what not. It also carries news and notes about upcoming events sponsored by various organizations in the area. I suspect there are similar publications in most towns.
EOGN Newsletter Editor Pam Cerutti noted a unique typo error in an event listed at the Weston (Massachusetts) Public Library in this week's Action Unlimited newspaper:
Spinsters and Windows: Gender Loyalty Within Families
Laura Prescott, who lectures and writes for national audiences on a variety of genealogical topics, will explain how a maiden aunt's will, or a land deed can bring insights into relationships and social status not found elsewhere...
Let's see... "Spinsters and Windows..."
Hey Laura, would that be Windows XP or 98?
The extra "n" in the word "Widows" is even more amusing when you realize that Laura Prescott is an enthusiastic Macintosh user.