Calling All Hebhoes


My name is Hank T. Hebhoe, and I have no known relatives.

If your name is Hebhoe, or if you know someone named Hebhoe, or if you have even heard of someone else named Hebhoe, please e-mail me.

I know that there are other Hebhoes out there because, in the late 1970’s, I heard a group called the Hebhoes on the Grand Ole Opry — but I have never found any of their records, cassettes or CD’s, have never seen them on TNN or CMT, have never seen them written up in a country music magazine or any other entertainment publication, and have never even met anyone who recalls having heard them, or having heard of them, or who (except for one close friend who was listening to the Grand Ole Opry with me) even recalls having heard that broadcast that Saturday night long ago.

All Hebhoe Roll Call:

Hebhoes! Hebhoes! Hebhoes!

Surely one of my lost cousins will see this call for Hebhoes, or someone else out there
in Webland has heard of a Hebhoe and can put me in touch with my family.

I am a publisher, and you might like to visit my company’s (Borf Books’) web site.

Also, you will find me quoted by John McLeod, at his Card Games site, on
his page on tonk, the Rushville (Indiana) High School National Game.

Books, postcards, bumper stickers & Santachrist!

What I drink Where I live

Or, visit me in person – at my “Webb site

Solve the Kentucky
puzzle below!

(actual sign posted on bridge at Alcalde, Ky.) [Answers]

Hebhoes & counting