No rain reported from the Price residence, but Jane Clark reported that rain could be heard running off the roof, but it didn’t last long. No amount given. Bonnie Millican reported that they received about five one hundredths of an inch. There was lots of lightning up north of Bend. They’re maybe another change of rain today. Everyone is ready for some cooler weather.Bonnie Millican wanted everyone to remember to attend the Methodist campground meeting this week. It will be starting at 7:30 p.m. August 16-19 at the Methodist Campground. The Reverend Harlene Sadler will be bringing the message and everyone is welcome. There will be dinner on the grounds following Sunday’s worship service.Pat and Bonnie Millican have had visitors since last Thursday. Their nephew Paul Strouhal and his two sons Brian and Sam came from Amarillo and spent a long weekend with them. Pat’s sister Gail was also in for a visit. They brought their three big labs, who love the country and the creek. Pat got yard projects completed and everyone still had time for fun. They all attended church Sunday and filled up a pew nicely.Received reports concerning the Henniger reunion. Jane reported that 88 people attended the reunion held at the Civic Center in San Saba. Everyone enjoyed fish that was prepared by Bobby Clark and Lloyd Henniger and others who helped and all of the side dishes the family members brought to share with everyone. Lots of visiting went on. The youngest attending was the great grandson of Doris Poe, but no name given and the oldest Lola Morris. They came from all over Texas and some from New Mexico. Elsa Dean Shirley of Portales, N.M. was there with her two grandchildren from Cloud Croft. She arrived Thursday and spent some time with her son Kenneth and his wife Vanessa in Belton before returning to Bend to stay at the home of William and Jane Clark. Her granddaughter sang a beautiful song that entertained everyone at the reunion. She and grandchildren returned to New Mexico Sunday.Patsy Henniger reported that her son Micky and his wife Jill and daughter Jennifer attended the reunion. She reported that a Heritage quilt was auctioned off and Jane Clark got it.Gladys and Emerson need to be kept in everyone’s prayers. Emerson is having problems with his breathing and Gladys will be going in for corrective surgery on the arm that she fell on.Jolene Lively and her family members need to be kept in your prayers.Lesa Preece is in the news again. The traveling bug hit Lesa again and this past weekend she was in Alvarado visiting her friend Brenda Smthhart Wilde and her family. They spent time swimming, cooking out, shopping and visiting. Her son Eric Hernandez of Lampasas came out and tended to her flock of chickens, and Jim and Edna Machen “dog sat” the dogs. What would a person do without friends and children who are always around to help out?Cathy Hicks reported on her estate sale of Burley and Joyce Hightower of Lometa. The hot weather did not seem to keep people away as she reported it was a successful sale. She also reported that she is looking for a good home for a female Pug & Chihuahua mix puppy. Raymond Hicks reported that he and Lewvon would be taking their granddaughter Laura Beth to South Carolina to visit her Aunt Belinda Wierschem of Mount Pleasant, S. C. before school starts August 27.It is hard to believe that the summer has just about gone and school will be starting this month. Where does all the time go? The older you get the faster the months roll around, and no time for anything.Happy birthday greetings go out to Louise Barefoot who will celebrate her birthday August 17, to Doug Messer who will celebrate a birthday August 19, to Howard Rockafellow whose birthday is August 21 and to LaShonda Keen who will celebrate a birthday August 23.