Down the Lane

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Title Saga of the Sanpitch Vol 27
Subject Pioneers
Description Stories and poems about early Southern Utah Pioneers
Publisher Snow College
Date 1995
Type Text
Format application/pdf
Language eng
Rights Management Snow College
Holding Institution Snow College
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Setname snowc_sts
Date Created 2005-03-01
Date Modified 2005-03-01
ID 326335
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Title Down the Lane
Description "The people and the kids, all were friendly. like one big family Big places to play hills, everything was fun " The families who lived there were mostly descendants of those wonderful Pioneers-- People who MADE A DIFFERENCE Most of these Poineer folk came from Denmark The families included the Allreds, Andersons, Hansens. Crowthers. Christiansens, Holmans. Jensens. Nielsons. Shepherds. Rasmussens, and Winters There were many boys in their families and it is they who made the stories Boys' What is a Boy'' One author tells us. "Between the innocence of babyhood and dignity of manhood, we find these delightful creatures called a Boy Their creed is To enjoy every minute of every hour of every day Boys are found everywhere, jumping. climbing, running, and in between they like to eat " The definition describes the Lane boys, who decided "NO GIRLS ALLOWED IN OUR ACTIVITIES " Their stones are fun. exciting and awaken your and my memories as we grew up Go back to Memoryland and enjoy their stones. activities and fun Where was all their modem equipment, their TV. their VCR. computers? They had never heard of them Did they need them? Of course not. not while they had heads filled with ideas, thoughts, dreams, ambitions These boys were creative. with exploring minds. happy go-lucky boys who loved to do things and be actively involved "What were the special things you liked to do. Gayle. you and the other boys?" So. his stories began "There were a lot of trees in Clarence Hansen's orchard Tarzan' Thai's what we wanted to be. Tarzan the Great! We could climb any tree, swing from branch to branch Who could climb the highest. Kay. or Gordon, or Bruce? Maybe I could We all climbed till time ran out, or we thought of something else to do "The Cedar Hill That was a magic place We could run. jump, climb over the big rocks, and hunt Hunt for Indian flint arrowheads " "Did you find any?" I asked "Yes, quite a lot of them We compared sizes and sharpness, and wondered lust how the Indians used them An idea How about playing Indians? Cowboys, too That 9 Front row l-r Gordon Hansen. Clair Nielson Morris Oldroyd Carl Rasmussen Back row Gayle Rasmussen. Kay Hansen. Orris Picture taken 1938) by Gayle Rasmussen. courtesy Jessie Oldroyd
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Identifier 019_Down the Lane.jpg
Source Saga of the Sanpitch 27
Setname snowc_sts
Date Created 2005-02-23
Date Modified 2005-02-23
ID 326246
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