Miss Hope Harin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Harrin of Conway, now members of the faculty of the Florida State College for Women at Tallahassee, has had a series of articles accepted for publication in “Children’s Activities,” a magazine published in Chicago. Two articles have already appeared, the first, “Building With Mud,” in the October number, and second, “Telling Time Through the Ages,” in the Nov. 5 issue of the magazine. Other articles will be published later.
Pros. Atty. George F. Hartje Jr., of the Fifth District and his wife, the former Dixie Childs of Brinkley, this week celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary.
Hartje sent $3.60 to Hendrix College yesterday in payment of library fines assessed against Mrs. Hartje in 1952, the year she was married, and obtained from the registrar’s office her diploma.
It was the husband’s anniversary gift to his wife.
Elizabeth and Grover Murphy of Mayflower have placed their entire estate in trust to the University of the Ozarks at Clarksville to help in providing higher education opportunities.
Three major gifts were announced Saturday at the University of the Ozarks Board of Trustees fall meeting.
Mrs. Murphy is a member of the board. Her husband was nominated at the meeting to serve as an ex-officio member of the board.
Trees along Donaghey Avenue are full of beautiful autumn colors Tuesday, whether viewed from a distance or up close. The cooler weather of the past few days has started to bring the colors to a peak, although the recent rains have also washed the leaves off the trees.