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Promontory Pointers 10-1-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent   Orson Poulsen considers the following a “quiet week.” For the first time the Poulsen garden has yielded some cantaloupe, which he harvested. Orson also put another coat of paint on his house and trim. Then…

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Promontory Pointers 9-24-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Zane, Laura, Everly and Georgia Wheatley went with Laura’s mother, Susan Hendricks, to the Ogden Temple open house. Although the line was long, it moved quickly enough that the children didn’t get bored. Everly and Georgia…

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Promontory Pointers 9-10-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Orson and Jeannette Poulsen and granddaughter, Arianna, spent four days at the Fort Bridger rendezvous in Fort Bridger, Wyo., over Labor Day weekend. It was Arianna’s first overnight rendezvous. While the Poulsen family was there, they…

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Promontory Pointers 8-27-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent   At this time Winnie Richman would like to pay tribute to the now 75-year-old Little League baseball program. World wide, there are two million kids enrolled and one million volunteers. Even the umpires, who are…

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Promontory Pointers 8-20-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Orson Poulsen reports not having named the new little filly (girl horse). “Nothing seems to really work,” he says. “She will have to earn her name.” He further states he will think of a French name,…

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Promontory Pointers 8-13-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Starr Mitchell has been very busy. She spent three days tending granddaughter Gabrielle, who can say, “Ga-ma, Ga-ma,” as she heads lickety split into her grandmother’s open arms. On one of her return trips, Starr found…

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Promontory Pointers 8-6-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Orson Poulsen was given a first-ever rare opportunity on July 24. Due to the benevolance of horse owner, Dr. LaMar Johnson and friend and antique buggy owner, Eli Anderson, Orson was given the orders to help…

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Promontory Pointers 7-23-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Laura Wheatley reports the cat, who became Mrs. Kitty, is now enclosed in a closet. In spite of intense family scrutiny, the new mother has not moved her three little kittens. The older girls have been…

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Promontory Pointers 7-16-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Orson and Jeannette Poulsen drove to St. George to meet with family and do some temple work. They also visited Jeannette’s aunt and uncle. One of their breakfasts was a special occasion in gathering with four…

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Promontory Pointers 7-9-14

Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Laura Wheatley and the two older girls have been in front of their TV watching the World Cup games. “I don’t know much about soccer,” Laura says, “so we cheer for the team with the prettiest…

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