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— We sure got rain this weekend. We are to get more this week and cooler weather.

Stacie Hunt of Fayetteville visited her grandparents, Jack and Sylvia Tucker, on Monday of this week.

Remember Saturday evening this week is the fundraiser at the community building. The Maysville E. H. Club is having a bean supper, cake walk and home-baked pies sale. Cost of beans, cornbread, coleslaw and drinks is just a donation. Come out and enjoy the evening. This is our regular fall fundraiser. It helps bring unity by people getting together in the community.

Patti King of Lowell visited her parents, Jack and Sylvia Tucker, Sunday and ate dinner with them. Then she went and visited Ron and Debbie Sims.

OrphaWardlawwenttoEureka Springs last weekend to attend a reunion of the Presidents and Past Presidents of Evening Star. She said it was a nice reunion. All were present except one so that was a good attendance. On Sunday morning she went to Tulsa, OK, to attend a reception celebration and complete a catechism that her grandsonZack Fincher was part of. He received an award. He is the son of Steve and Eva Rea (Wardlaw) Fincher. He has a sister, Selena.

The Ward family enjoyed a reunion at the Maysville Community Building on Saturday for a birthday of one of the family members.

Orpha Wardlaw went to the County Extension Office on Monday afternoon for a board meeting for all the county club’s presidents and other county officers. Orpha said she has to read the paper sometimes to see where she has been. It’s good she can go when she wants to.

Juanda Prelle spent four days this past week in the OCH Hospital in Gravette with pneumonia. Glad she is home and doing better.

Sylvia Tucker visited her sister, Jean Martindale, one day this week. Jean had done our posters for us that Maysville E. H. Club got out for our fundraiser this Saturday evening, Oct. 17. Sylvia and I got them all posted and thanks to Jean for helping us with this. Come out and enjoy the evening bean supper on Saturday. We will start serving at 5:30.

Maysville E.H. News

Orpha Wardlaw was hostess for the Maysville Extension Homemakers Club Sept. 24. We did not have a business meeting in August. Instead we met in Bentonville at the Crystal Bridges Massey Museum. After a tour of their pictures of early Arkansas days we ate dinner at “The World Gardens”. We got for an outing like this once a year.

Melinda Crawley led us in singing “O, My Darling Clementine”. We pledged allegiance to our U. S. flag. Jewel Lukens read a poem entitled “My Father’sWorld”.

Melinda told how she managed canning tomatoes when she didn’t have a long enough day. She put them in cold water. The skins peel off just like they do in boiling water. Another helpful hint she gave was to use Windex to clean rings and other jewelry. Sylvia gave this helpful hint in cooking vegetables: Start the ones that grow underground in cold water (potatoes, beets and carrots) and the ones that grow above ground such as peas, beans and greens start in boiling water.

Orpha showed a cereal box she had cut off and covered with a waxy paper to store children’s little books in. She reviewed a lot of lessons we had in club meetings many years ago and showedsamples of decorations for sewing.

Thirteen members answered roll call by telling about their first grade teacher.

The county fair entries were reported and the club fair booth entitled“Eat From the Rainbow” received a red ribbon. Several of our members helped during the week to watch after exhibits.

Any of you who would like to use the community building please call Sylvia Tucker to get on the calendar. Her phone number is 479-291-4542.

We are planning a fundraising bean supper in Saturday, Oct. 17, to start serving at 6 p.m.The proceeds will be used to help pay the monthly expenses such as water, electric, propane and yard mowing. The bean supper price will be a donation of any size. The cake walk will cost 25 cents per walk and the pies and other desserts will be prepriced instead of an auction. “You all come” and enjoy the food and visiting.

The quarter package was drawn by Katherine and furnished by Nikki.

Our next regular meeting will be Oct. 22. Bert Ballman will be hostess and be responsible for a lesson. Each one is welcome to give a helpful hint or cultural art.

-Reporter

News, Pages 5 on 10/14/2009

Print Headline: Maysville News

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