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QUEEN OF CHICKEN NIGHT HEALED
December 18, 2005
s was reported for the last two weeks in The Newsletter the queen of chicken night Jean Poquette Hansen needed surgery to remove cataracts from both of her eyes. The damaging eye disease was caused by diabetes which the Queen did not know she had. Here is a scientific synopsis of what diabetes is and how it can damage the eyes. When a person contracts diabetes the blood becomes thick and loaded with sugar because the sponge like organs that remove the sugar from our food have ceased to work because the electrical impulses from the brain that power the organs have gone dead, like a battery. The sweetened blood passes through the entire body including the eyes, the sugary blood passes through the eye filters which separate the blood from the sugar, tears stored in the eyes which also pass through the eye filters are allowed to mix with the sugar causing a glaze much the same as you would see on fine bakery. This harmful glaze begins to build up on the eyes every time we cry and begins to cause blindness. The good news is that the diabetes process can be reversed if the subject controls the intake of sugar, one method is to substitute salt for sugar, that is to say where ever you would add sugar to foods or beverages such as coffee, cereal, or Kool Aid the subject would add several generous teaspoons of salt instead. The cataracts that form on the eyes from the sugar glaze will have to be removed with surgery however and will not go away by themselves. That is the surgery the Queen had on Monday and Thursday of last week involving a process where tiny doughnuts are inserted into the eyes to scrape the glaze off the eye balls and onto the doughnuts. Checking in with the Queen on Friday revealed that her vision is near perfect now and the need for corrective lenses is no more. She was treated in what the eye doctor described as the pediatric ward as the remainder of the patients there for the same surgery were not a day under seventy five years old. The Queen, near 50 and a youngster by their standards, was the only one that had to take a pregnancy test before they would administer the anesthetic. Hansen says she is completely healed now except for the occasional doughnut shaped floater.
DAVE POQUETTE TO RETURN FOR XMAS
Veteran Turkey Bowl sportscaster and Poquette Family member Dave Poquette revealed in a phone interview Saturday evening that he will be returning home for Christmas. Poquette who had hoped to have returned to work by this time was told by his doctor this week that his recovery is not yet complete on his shoulder and he should take another three weeks off of work. While Poquette was raised in the Oneida area he has not lived in Wisconsin since his departure to Las Vegas nearly 20 years ago.
FAT CLUB XMAS PARTY HELD ON SATURDAY
"The Fat Club" which has held its annual Christmas Party for the past quarter century the week before Christmas stuck with tradition and held the party Saturday Night December 17. The exclusive club met at the home of Trixie Sobieck who was dubbed as "The Keeper of the Fat" by now deceased founder Mary Poquette before she died. Every attendee was ordered to bring a fattening dish to the gala with special warnings given to Judy Treml not to show up with meat balls from Sam's Club. The aforementioned meat balls did appear at a previous party and were not tasty not to mention not fattening enough. Sam's Club is a store connected to the Wal Mart chain which charges its customers admission to shop in it's store.
CHRISTMAS EVE TO BE HELD AT PICKETTS
The Pickett household on County E will once again host the Christmas eve celebration for the Poquette Family. Meat, a baked ham, will be provided and all other dishes should be coordinated through "The Kat" also it's BYOB. Two viewing's of The Turkey Bowl will be shown at 7PM and 9PM. The Calendars and DVD's will be ready as well so if you ordered have your money ready $15 per set. Please note that a special tag was added to the DVD of Mary and Earl Poquette with Mary singing at Christmas Mass at no extra charge. That's all the news that is news, see ya.
JEAN POQUETTE HANSEN SEEN HERE WITH CORRECTIVE LENSES
A SAMS SIGN ON THE WAY TO THE MEAT BALL DEPT.
DAVE POQUETTE IN A RARE PHOTO DOING MANUAL LABOR
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WELL ATTENDED XMAS EVE PARTY A SUCCESS
December 25, 2005
s it has been for so many years now, members of the Poquette Family have spent their Christmas Eve right here at the home of "The Kat and Mick Report". Family members began to arrive at 5:30 PM a half hour before the announced start time with Zeus being the first to walk in announcing " I got here first so I could get my own (expletive) chair." Soon after her arrival the flood gates opened and hoards of people poured in with the total count probably around 80 with all the children. There was standing room only for some time with pushing and shoving the only way to negotiate through the house. A group of party goers who became overheated stepped outside and a fairly large group remained in front of the house in the tempered December night air. One of the special guests at who attended was Tim Lades father Bud Lade who enjoyed the food and merriment but did not participate in the ritual of drinking cranberry wine however. The one bathroom had a line waiting to get in with no one caring what the air quality was inside. The garage which was the designated smoking area was not used to it's fullest extent with the area being about half occupied. Two large country style smoked hams were consumed with only trimmings left behind, barely enough for a few sandwiches to take to work. Not only were there people to watch out for in the crowded house but animals as well. Trixie Sobieck brought her new pet along a small expensive dog that hardly ever moves, and Emily Treml proudly displayed her new friend, a gerbil.
Once again through the generosity of Scott Treml the Turkey Bowl was shown on several TV's in the house. Scott taped the event and transferred the video to DVD format and made copies for everyone who purchased the calendar DVD combo. Monies raised from sales go to improve the Turkey Bowl. A tag of Mary and Earl Poquette on the end of the DVD proved to be popular with many people. The video was shot many years ago by Dick Meeuwsen and was edited and transferred to the DVD by Scott.
Many thought that Steve Poquette had procured enough internal organs to last his natural lifetime, however his appearance late into the party assured us all that he still needs a few select parts for his aging body. His consumption of six chicken wings and a dozen and a half Christmas cookies along with several adult beverages confirmed his healthy demeanor thus far. Noticeably on the finger of Steven's best girl,Gail Retzlaff (I hope this name is spelled right), was a large rock gleaming in the well lit breezeway. When questioned, Retzlaff commented that it means nothing for the future and is only a friendship symbol. She simply wanted to see the grimace on his face when she strongly suggested the gift after 15 years of happiness together. She was quite satisfied at the reaction. Steven provided added entertainment for living room occupants when he asked Emily to let him see her gerbil. Not realizing the fur ball was alive he became alarmed when it started to climb up his arm and shouted "IT'S ALIVE, TAKE IT BACK". Everyone present fell to the floor in laughter much to chagrin of Steven red faced with embarrassment.
The evening was capped off by Jean Poquette Hansen lecturing to Dave Poquette on his love life. Poquette Hansen telling Dave who is good for him and who's not and what behavior he should change to make himself more attractive, all while she consumed more and more wine. At this point all remaining guests left the house for the evening. In the end she made little sense and was finally dragged off by family members.
Alex Pickett's passport has arrived, attempts to reach him have been futile, e-mail and phone calls not working. A confirmation of his current address is needed before it will be sent. That's all the news that is news, see ya.
Jean Poquette Hansen lectures Dave Poquette on his love life