PROMONTORY POINTERS 11/24/10
Gary Petit helped Winnie Richman return some of the neighbor’s cows to their rightful pasture on Sunday morning. Gary has been hunting pheasants and doing well. He and Cleo have been driving down the road to see the country out here, and drove up through Pocatello Valley to Malad to see that part of the country.
Gary reports Cleo and Starr Mitchell went line dancing on Wednesday. On Friday Gary and Cleo went to J&D’s Restaurant with friends for breakfast and to enjoy the fun company, Donna, and her staff. “They are real nice people,” Gary says.
The Bear River Valley Co-op has asked this writer to mention that it is having a Christmas Open House on Dec. 4. All Co-op customers and their friends are invited to the store for refreshments. From 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. there will be free pictures taken with Santa Claus.
Jim and Starr Mitchell are working hard and getting ready for Thanksgiving. They purchased some small pumpkins and baked them in order to make pumpkin pies. They also roasted the seeds for later consumption in front of their warm fire. This pumpkin also makes delicious cookies. On their way home recently they stopped in Perry to purchase apples for pies and drying.
Jim and Starr are grateul to Chim Chimney Fireplace in Brigham City for coming to their home and putting a new cap on their chimney. “We are real busy,” Starr says, “but real busy having fun.”
Boyd Udy is just doing “stuff” around the ranch. He says the horse shows are done for the winter, so he will “start” some colts. He and his family are looking forward to Thanksgiving.
Orson Poulsen is seeing to the pouring of cement for the foundation of a new shop.
Jeannette and Orson really enjoyed High Councilman Bryan Petersen’s talk on Sunday at Thatcher-Penrose First Ward. The couple attended the early meeting so they could drive down to Salt lake City to celebrate Jeannette’s birthday with four of her children and their families.
Kaye Draper attended her Member Location job on Monday midday and the Swinging Singles Square Dance Club Monday evening. On Tuesday at a special Family Home Evening the group did hygiene kits. Many of the items needed in the kits were supplied by Charity Anywhere Foundation. More bags were needed to finish the project, and still more items were left over to be put in more bags at a later date.
On Wednesday John Glenn and some friends were out to the Double S Bar Ranch to do some hunting with their dogs. They stopped in to chat with Clynn. Also on Wednesday Clynn took charge of roasting some pork neck bonese to be used in Winnie’s good pork chop suey receipe. “They were done to a twin!” Winnie says.
The community welcome little Georgia Wheatley to the fold. She weighed in at 5-pounds, 9-ounces and is the daughter of Zane and Laura Wheatley and the sister of Everly Wheatley.