By Thelma Murray
Cameron Murray of Conway visited with his grandparents, Thelma and Jimmy Murray, Thursday night.
The Highway 110 EHC members who met at the Shady Grove Church to visit with Cindi Pace while she was in Arkansas Saturday were Myrtice Emberton, Barbara Lasater, Dorthy Bramlett, Louise Emerson, Kay Bensuk, Margie Beckham and Thelma Murray. Cindi Pack is now living in Henderson, Nev.
The Van Buren County Extension Homemakers clubs will have a bake sale starting at 8 a.m. May 10 in front of Thriftway in Clinton.
Jack Towery is doing better.
Shirley has been a sleepy little town this week.
Well, the storm damage clean-up is still under way. Please be kind and help your neighbors! We are blessed that there were no lives taken in this storm.
The rains continue to come, but that may be a blessing. I think that last year we stopped having rain up here on the hill the 1st of April. The drought sure took a toll, too.
We have had a slow start of getting our garden going with the wet ground, high winds, cool temps and just not enough hours in the day! I sure am looking forward to fresh tomatoes and salads.
Correction: We wish to extend our congratulations to Amanda and James Berger on their new arrival Hunter.
Congratulations to Wayne and Nancy Smith on their 30th wedding anniversary on April 30th.
The Highway 110 VFD Firewise Project will be doing cemetery clean-ups at Half Moon Cemetery at 8 a.m. Saturday, May 11, at Plant Baptist Church Cemetery at 8 a.m. Saturday, May 18. All in the community are welcome to come and participate.
Decoration will be held at Half Moon Church on Sunday, May 19.
Decoration will be held at Plant Baptist Church on Sunday, May 26. A potluck dinner will follow the 11 a.m. service and no evening service will be held.
If you have any Highway 110 news to share call Debby Prout at 745-7950.
Fun, Freedom, Warmth and Communication are the key components to any relationship. You have to have fun with the person you are with. You have to have the freedom to be yourself. You have to have the love and warmth of another to put a smile on your face and you have to be able to talk and really listen to one another. Happy anniversary to the man who meets all those needs and more for me, Sean Sikes.
“Long stormy spring-time, wet contentious April, winter chilling the lap of very May; but at length the season of summer does come” — Thomas Carlyle.
May 28 is the last day of school for children in the Clinton School District – let the summer begin!
If you live in the Dennard area and have news call, Jackie Sikes at 253-4716.
Well, here it is almost May and time to remind everyone that the First Saturday Breakfast is going to be May 4. Breakfast is served from 8-9 a.m. and the cost is $5. Everyone is welcome and we hope to see some of the alumni attend breakfast on the first Saturday in June.
Betty, the sister of Robert and James Felton, passed away this weekend. There will be a memorial service in Little Rock or North Little Rock, where she lived and then there will be one here in Scotland at a later date.
The Scotland Senior Center had a Pool Tournament on Saturday. Cleburne County Senior Citizens came over for the tournament. Glendale Rogers won the tournament and the trophies for both 8 and 9 ball tournaments.
Ron and Paulette Henson were delighted to be visited this week by Paulette’s sister and her husband, Maryann and Alan Cappuccio, who were visiting from Cape Cod, Mass.
Do not forget to attend the Relay for Life on May 3 at the park with the walking trail.
Bobby Gardner is improved and home from the Hospital. He is recovering and will soon be back to work.
Anyone with Scotland news can call James Burns at 592-3935.