75 years ago
The Girls Auxiliary of the First Baptist Church entertained Saturday afternoon in the parlors at Central College with a social and tea. Beautiful spring flowers featuring yellow and green were used in decorating. Miss Billie Corrine Shyrock presided at a prettily appointed table centered with flowers in the chosen colors, and the dainty refreshments carrying out the color motif. A large number called during the hours. Mrs. O.S. Russ reviewed the book “Beyond Sing the Woods.”
50 years ago
Peggy Lynne Dilbeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Dilbeck, celebrated her third birthday at a supper party Thursday night at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R.H. Boydson. Relatives and friends attended. The group played games and Peggy received numerous gifts.
25 years ago
Mrs. Selma Moore of Conway celebrated her 100th birthday yesterday during a party for residents of the Heritage Center having birthdays during the moth of February. Mrs. Moore, who was born Feb. 25, 1888, was also honored at a recent reception hosted by her children, Dr. Jewel Moore of Conway, Russell Moore of Hot Springs and Mrs. Joe Hilliard of Keiser (Mississippi County).
10 years ago
Liz Wood has opened Liz’s Health Market “your organic choice,” at 508 Oak St., offering natural groceries, organic produce, herbs and teas, bulk foods, grains and cereals and homeopathic remedies.