By Thelma Murray
Starla Mackey and her grandson Justice Bradford of Scotland visited Joan Allen over the weekend.
Mike and Beth Bucken of Maumelle have bought the Conley and Hazel James place on Keystone Road. They have two teenage sons.
Derek and Samantha King have bought the David Delk house on Highway 110. They have already moved in.
Gwen Barnett has moved back to Missouri to be near her children.
Carol Musskopf of Cahokia, Ill., spent several days here visiting Stan and Pam Murray and other relatives in this area.
Several people from Shady Grove Church are spending this week at church camp in Siloam Springs.
Opal Aldridge took some from her church out to eat Thursday at the String Beanz restaurant in Fairfield Bay.
Dry and hot weather has a grip on us at the moment but we hope to get a small relief of rain and a cool down. The grass is drying up fast so please be careful of the fire dangers. Stay cool and don’t overdue when the temps are soaring high. Drink lots of water to stay hydrated.
Proceeds from this weekend’s annual yard sale go to the Highway 110 Fire Department. Mark you calendars and come on out!!!
Stella Huie is recovering from her broken arm and expects to be back in the area soon, with another trip to California planned. Meanwhile an affiliate of the Nail Benders for Christ will be out soon to start on the framing of hers house.
Happy Birthday to Johnny French on July 8!
If you have any Highway 110 news to share call Debby Prout at 745-7950.
Eddie and Niki Williams’ donkey Sammy Girl had her foal Sunday past.
Virgil Lemings says the first hay cutting this season was one of the best in his memory, but that the ground is drying out quickly, as much as a quarter inch a moisture a day at 90 degrees. He want on to say, “If we don’t get some rain soon, our first hay cutting could be the last this year.”
Call Jeff Burgess at 745-1249 if you have news about the greater Crabtree and 16 West community.
Farmers and gardeners are searching the skies for any chance of rain. While rain may be lacking, my neighbors and friends have still been able to share a few vegetables with us. Okra is a favorite of many, and it reminds me of a funny thing my then 6-year old granddaughter Kenzie said one day. Her sister Tayler was sitting Indian-style in front of the TV and Kenzie exclaimed, “Look it’s just like y-okra!” Do you think maybe she meant to say yoga?
David and Lois Sikes had a great turn out last weekend in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary. The family is pleased and enjoyed their time spent with family and friends.
If you live in the Dennard area and have news call Jackie Sikes at 253-4716.