PROMONTORY POINTERS 2/2/11
Starr Mitchell had a very good experience with the Utah State Bookmobile in Tremonton. She got quite a few books checked out; one on the history of Utah and another one called, “The Call of the Wild,” which she hasn’t read since she was a child. Also on the list was a geology book and one of the U.S.S. Indianapolis. The best news she received, however, was that the bookmobile will have a scheduled stop on Feb. 3, at the Thatcher/Penrose Ward Building – much closer to home. “I love to read,” Starr says.
Orson Poulsen had a birthday recently. He joined his two step-daughters and his son, along with Jeannette, in Smithfield to celebrate. “They served a really nice ice cream cake, and I was thrilled,” Orson relates. On his actual birthday Orson and Jeannette drove to Maddox Ranch House for dinner. Also, Orson notes that working on his shed in 40 degree weather is just right. He works on the shed a little at a time as he has help on this or that.
Kaye Draper is always busy. Her church job and square dancing on Mondays and bingo-ing almost every day at various venues takes her out and about. On Tuesday she attended an advisory meeting of the Liberty Center Council. After a vote, Kaye was elected President. After the meeting, the center sponsored a lunch at Chuck-A-Rama in appreciation for all the help received from their volunteers.
On Thursday Kaye attended a Relief Society work day program and on Saturday she and friend Marlena went to lunch at the Amber Restaurant. After lunch the ladies went to the Century Theater to see Tim McGraw in the movie “Country Strong.” Then they came home to play cards.
Cleo Petit reports getting some good exercise doing line dancing on Wednesday. She and husband, Gary went to breakfast with good friends at JD’s Restaurant in Brigham on Friday.
Clynn and Winnie Richman are grateful for all the help with the cattle that son Aaron and friends, and son-in-law Greg and daughter Heather Lott have been giving since Winnie wrenched her shoulder.
On top of the shoulder, Winnie caught the flu. She thanks Dr. Keller and his staff for their help.
On Thursday son Aaron and friend Shaun came to the Double S Bar to enjoy the day. Winnie drove while they fed the hay off the wagon in both the field by the house and down the road to the cows.
On Sunday Winnie was recovered enough to go to church. While she was gone, Greg, Heather, Colton and Caden Lott came out and did the feeding in the field and down the road.