Mr. and Mrs. E.W. Martin entertained at an informal tea Sunday afternoon at their home, complimenting members of Hendrix College faculty and their wives. Autumn flowers were used to decorate the interior and teas was served in the dining room from a Madeira covered table centered with a floral piece of flowers in autumn shades and lighted with orange candles in silver holders. Mrs. George Bachelor, Mrs. Matt Ellis and Mrs. Guy R. Farris assisted Mrs. Martib in serving.
This year’s group of Conway High school cheerleaders will be pulling for the Wampus Cats to continue their winning streak at the expense of the North Little Rock Wildcats in the Hendrix college Stadium tomorrow night. The cheerleaders include Brenda Turner, Linda Tackett, Sandra Fulmer, Louann Curtis, Mary Louise Doyle, Susie Mabry, Margo Dunaway, Sarah Scott and Connie Smith. Miss Tackett is the captain of the group.
Joel Bello, son of Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Bello of Conway and a senior at Subiaco Academy, recently was named student of the month at the school.
Bello is frequently on the faculty list and is ranked high in his class, according to a news release from the academy. He is a member of the National Honor Society and is active in various school organizations.
The student of the month is selected by faculty members at the academy.
At age 12, when some boys are still fidgeting in church, Dr. Joel Cooper preached his first sermon. By age 13, he received his license.
The Rev. Cooper will be honored at noon Saturday at Grace United Methodist Church in Conway for his 70 years as a pastor. Cooper started Grace UMC in 1992 after he had “retired” as a minister in 1984.