Fletcher Smith Jr. entertained members of Mezzo Forte Club Tuesday evening at his home, Nash Street, with a wiener roast followed by a hay ride. A full attendance of members was present for the delightful occasion.
Four Faulkner County students are enrolled in Arkansas Tech at Russellville.
They are Jerry Wyman Mimms and James Frank Ward of Conway, Jo Ellen Love of Vilonia and Charles Edward Horton of Mayflower.
Tech has a record enrollment of 1,646 this fall. The Russellville school does not offer graduate of extension work.
Liz Workman of Conway is among a 60-member delegation set to travel Sunday to the Soviet Union for an exchange visit sponsored by Peace Links.
Delegates will have an opportunity to meet with representatives of the Soviet Union and visit several cities, including Moscow, Leningrad, Baku and Tashkent.
The trip represents the second half of the exchange. Peace Links hosted 13 Soviet women in the United States in 1985.
Justin Pilgrim, a homeschooled student from Conway, is a National Merit Semifinalist.
In addition, he has been named to Who’s Who among American High School Students, 2001-2002. It is the second consecutive year he was named to the list.
He maintains an “A” average, is a first-degree black belt in a taekwondo, is a member of the Arkansas Choral Society and participates in his church choir.
He is a son of Garner and Holly Pilgrim and grandson of Jim and Evilea Hamlett and Mary Dowell, all of Conway.