GRAVETTE This has been a rainy week. Guess we can expect that on fair week. It was nice Sunday afternoon.
Maysville E. H. Club members, remember this Thursday is our regular club day at Maysville Community Building. Orpha Wardlaw will be hostess and also give the cultural art.
Patti King of Lowell visited her parents, Jack and Sylvia Tucker, on Saturday. Then she went on to Ron and Debbie Sims' home and visited awhile.
Sylvia Tucker visited her sister and brother-in-law, Les and Jean Martindale, on Saturdayafternoon.Les'sister Patwasvisitingthemalso.She lives in Glenwood, Iowa.
Several E. H. Club members volunteered hours at the Benton County Fair, Katherine and Sylvia Tucker, Orpha Wardlaw, Bert Ballmann and Melinda Crawley. It was sort of a rainy week. There were lots of exhibits in spite of the weather.
Jeff Rich from Siloam Springs visited Jack and Sylvia Tucker awhile on Wednesday afternoon.
My nephew, Jimmy Vandiver of Broken Arrow, OK, came after me on Saturday afternoon. We went on to Bentonville to visit Vernon and Janis Vandiver. Then Jimmy, Vernon and I went to Bella Vista to a singing which was good. Jimmy was one of the singers. It was all very good. They had food and lots of visiting. I really enjoyed it. We had a good weekend.
Sue Smith of Cherokee City took her mother, Jewel Lukens, to the fair on Monday morning to check her exhibits in.
Stacie Hunt of Fayetteville visited her grandparents, Jack and Sylvia Tucker, one day last week.
E. H. Club members, remember to get your volunteer hours for August and September to give to the secretary at club meeting.
Earl and Norma Holloway visited Jewel Lukens Saturday evening. Jewel reported they all enjoyed the visit. They also enjoyed a game of dominoes. As usual Earl was the winner. The Holloways are gradually improving from the car accident they had a few weeks ago.
Jean Catlett of Moore, OK, visited her cousin, Orpha Wardlaw, Sunday morning. She plans to return home this week.
News, Pages 5 on 09/23/2009