75 years ago
Dr. J.H. Reynolds, president of Hendrix College, will be the speaker for the Hendrix chapel service tomorrow morning at 9:50. Dr. Reynolds will use as his subject, “America’s Place in the Sisterhood of Nations.”
50 years ago
Miss Betty Brannan, a senior at Greenbrier High School, was crowned Panther queen last Saturday night. The school yearbook is named “Panther” and gives a page to the queen. There were 30 contestants participating.
Miss Brannan was selected on personality, beauty, poise and intelligence. She is a blonde and was dressed in a floor length green formal.
Miss Brannan is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Brannan. She plans to enter Arkansas State Teachers College upon graduation in June.
25 years ago
Spec. 4 Cheryl K. Buchanan, daughter of Charles E. and Shirley A. Buchanan of Vilonia, has re-enlisted in the U.S. Army in West Germany after two years of military service.
Miss Buchanan is an administrative specialist with the 9th Field Artillery.
She is a 1978 graduate of Heritage Christian High School in Little Rock.
10 years ago
Ruth Castleberry, executive director of the Faulkner County Day School/Work Force, accepted a check for $10,000 from Bob McCormick, chief operating officer for the United Parcel Service’s mid-south district. The grant comes from the UPS Foundation’s Region/District Grant Program and will be used to renovate the organization’s existing kitchen into a new training kitchen for clients.