Promontory Pointers 10-5-11
Winnie Richman Leader Correspondent Available online at www.tremontonleader.com Kaye Draper has great news! She reports her tomato plant has developed flowers. On the advice of a friend, she has taken a q-tip to the stamens and spread the pollen to other tomato flowers to try to pollinate and get tomatoes. We hope she succeeds! She reports her second week back to square dancing was great fun. On Tuesday she attended an Advisory Council meeting at the Liberty Senior Center. Kaye played bingo during the week. On Thursday the new manager of the Lowell Apartment building sponsored a luncheon for the residents. On Saturday Franice and Kaye attended a Stake Relief Society luncheon. Laura and Zane Wheatley and girls drove to Strawberry Reservoir on Saturday to celebrate Laura’s birthday. The family caught a beautiful rainbow trout. Everly said it was a “scary fish” and wouldn’t touch it. Boyd and Kris Udy’s daughter, Jessica Mae and Zane Beazer were married Saturday at Marble Park. Jessica’s brother Tyrell came from his feed lot job outside of Emporia, Kansas, to attend the wedding. The Udy’s also attended the blessing of Kacey and Alissa Udy’s new baby boy on Sunday. His name is Charlie. The ordinance took place in Salt Lake City. Jeannette Poulsen reports helping two of her sons this last week. “It seems I’ve just been chasing up and down the road,” she says. Orson Poulsen has some horses at their place he is training. He is also working on wagons with Eli Anderson. The couple has been canning tomatoes and beets from the ward garden. Gary Petit reports he and Cleo have mostly stayed home. They wish “we could get rid of the bugs!” Winnie Richman went to the eye doctor. “It’s nothing serious,” Winnie says. “I just need bifocals when I want to see better. It’s really nice to be able to tell a rock from a cow up on the mountain.” It was good to visit with Marilyn Feldman on Monday. Winnie took her finished canvas there to get a copy for her records. Marriah and Skyler Richman are coming along well on their Christmas recital pieces at Mrs. Smith’s in Brigham City. On Wednesday Winnie and Carolyn Carter drove to Clearfield for their art lessons. Winnie worked on her painting of a white buffalo. On Thursday Winnie met Marie Kase as the two went shopping. Friday was a tri-city run for Winnie. She stopped in Tremonton, Logan and Brigham City. Clynn called and told Winnie to bring home a meal. She also got meals for daughter Heather and boys Colton and Caden while son-in-law Greg was away in Missouri. Sunday evening son Lyle came for a quick spaghetti and meat sauce dinner at the Double S Bar Grill and to help Clynn and Winnie.