Wheels turn on productive haying season

Hot summer days are a welcome sight for farmers in the hayfield.

Hot summer days are a welcome sight for farmers in the hayfield. The wheels are turning and bales are seen all over the countryside.

There was a bit of commotion on the correction line, west of the Glasiers, when the tractor Tommy Streit was driving caught fire. Luckily, there were no injuries.

The Erickson family just north of Gadsby held a successful all-weekend moving/garage sale.

Wayne and Margery Glasier, along with Kay and Doug Hankinson, enjoyed a bus tour to Port Hardy, Prince Rupert and inland to Prince George. It’s a great way to travel and not worry about details.

Roger and Diane Ost from Eckville spent the day Tuesday with Roger’s cousin, Stan, and Gloria Diegel. They planned to come back this Monday for another day and a quest for Saskatoon berries.

Birthday greetings to Gordon Reynolds. Sister Evelyn was here, helping Gordie celebrate. Also, granddaughter Amanda Reynolds of Big Valley stayed with Gordie and Shirley for a few days.

Happy fifth anniversary to Ray and Laura Stevenson on July 28.

Frank and Eleanor Dahlgren enjoyed a day trip to Delburne to attend the gymkhana, along with daughter Elva McAlister. Grandchildren Tammy, Kayla and Luke Hronek competed in all events. It was a fun day, culminating with a family picnic.

Corina Derr and Denise Jacobson, along with their kids, spent a few days in Calgary to enjoy the Calgary Zoo and Calloway Park. They collected some peacock feathers, some measuring almost six feet long.

There will be a bridal shower for Kelli Thorson, bride-elect of Jordan Hoopfer, at the Gadsby Community Hall on Monday, Aug. 13, at 7:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend.