PROMONTORY POINTERS 11-9-11
Orson Poulsen drove down to Brigham City last week to help a friend work on his house. While in Brigham Orson also got his haircut.
Jeannette Poulsen picked up a cross-stitched quilt from the past that was finished being quilted. At the same time she dropped off her “Gloria” quilt that she has finally finished. Jeannette is also still helping several of her children.
Starr Mitchell, her gun and her Jeep turned up missing when husband Jim woke up during the latter days of the deer hunt. A little later Jim received Starr’s call for help with a real nice two-point buck. It weighed enough that she couldn’t get it in her vehicle.
Starr says “thank you” to Steve Peterson for the apples he gave her. She and Jim will prepare dried apple slices, pie filling and applesauce from them.
Jim Mitchell’s cousin Ross came for a visit. He thought the couple could use some Concord grapes.
Laura Wheatley freely admits husband Zane is the fire master in their home. After he left their home-fire burning in their wood stove the wind changed direction and for some reason the Wheatley home began to fill with smoke. Laura quickly opened the windows and started hauling ashes outside. “I still have a lot to learn,” she says.
Laura reports that daughter Georgia has learned to go down the stairs by herself. This provides great relief to her parents since the steps are wood. Everly’s time-out time is called naptime. Now, when lunch is over, she says, pointing to her crib, “I happy, Mom! No nap!”
Winnie Richman says “hi” to loyal readers Helen Richman and her sister Janet Cosgrove whom she met at Kent’s in Brigham on Thursday.
Saturday afternoon Kay Enterprises brought a load of hay to the Double S Bar Ranch. Aaron Richman off-loaded and stacked it for Winnie then tarped it.
Saturday was evening Stake Conference at the Tremonton West Stake Center. The Thatcher-Penrose II Ward choir sang just before the conference started and again as an intermediate musical number. They were led by Carol Larsen and accompanied by Megan Larsen.
On Sunday after morning stake conference Winnie stopped at daughter Heather Lott’s home for a few minutes.