From the Relief Society Magazine, March 1949 –
We Are So Busy
By Sylvia Probst Young
Instead of closing her house, as she usually did when she went to California, Emily Woodrow left it in the care of a nephew and his wife from Indiana. The young man, a college professor, had accepted an offer to teach at our university for the summer, and Emily was delighted.
“I’m so happy to have someone in the place for the summer,”she told me. “I never have liked closing it up, but I didn’t like renting to strangers. Of course, you could almost call Tom a stranger. I haven’t seen him since he was a high school boy and I don’t know anything at all about his wife. But I hope you’ll call on them, Kate. Salt Lake will be new to them and I know they will appreciate having a good neighbor like you.”