Mrs. John Henze of Gold Creek, a visitor at the Log Cabin Democrat office today, reported that their vineyard this year was producing one of the finest crops of grapes it had ever made, both as to quantity and quality. Some of the clusters of Campbell’s Early grapes, she said, weigh 1 1/2 pounds. Mr. and Mrs. Henze annually market their crop at their roadside stand on Highway 65.

Stanley Russ, formerly with the Southland Life Ins. Co. of Dallas, of the Little Rock home office agency of First Pyramid Life Insurance Co. of America., according to Bill Demmer, vice president and agency director.

Russ, a native of Conway, was graduated from the University of Arkansas in 1952 and has been in the life insurance business since 1954. He was an agent, field assistant, assistant agency manager and agency manager before joining First Pyramid Life.

He, his wife and their two children live in Little Rock. His wife is the former Nina Benton, daughter of Mrs. H.L. Benton and the late Mr. Benton of Conway. Russ is a son of O.S. Russ and the late Mrs. Russ of Conway.

Stuart and Lisa Schichtl are parents of a daughter, Sarah Catherine, born Saturday (July 18, 1987) at Conway Regional Hospital. The baby weighed 8 pounds, 2 1/2 ounces. Grandparents are Bill and Mary Alice Freyaldenhoven Jr. and George and Beth Schichtl, all of Conway. Great-grandparents are Bill and Pauline Freyaldenhoven, George M. Schichtl and the late Anna Mae Schichtl, the late John and Lorene Hawk and the late William D. and Mary Stuart, all of Conway.

Boys and Girls Club members Kaneshya Hickey, Courtney Altes and Shan Stroinski won four Britney Spears concert tickets in a recent drawing at the club. Also present were Tom Ludford of Pepsi America of Conway, Boys and Girls Club board member Shari Thielke and director Bill Lampe and Jacob Lampe. Pepsi and the Boys and Girls Club board purchased 12 tickets to give to three members in a drawing.