Yesterdays March 10

75 years ago

(1938)

The Vilonia Grange met Tuesday night and conferred first degree initiation to 10 new members and third degree to 20 new members. Members taking the first degree were Evelyn Hodges, Janette Hill, Carveta Baldwin, Clelia Merele Sims, Mrs. J.S. Baldwin, Roy Roberts, Hubert and Hartley Tucker, Orvie Taylor and R.B. Sims. Other pledges to start initiation soon are Aaron Fulks and Ollie Johnson. This grange will enter the Pomona Grange tournament in Conway Saturday.

50 years ago

(1963)

Kathy Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Smith, celebrated her 10th birthday Thursday with a Mexican style party. Ice cream and punch were served with a gaily decorated, serape designed birthday cake. The party was at the Smith home.

Guests were Becky Stamps, Katie Dickerson, Judy Warren, Janice Carr, Lynda Marshall, Nancy Rook, Dee Goodwin, Missy Osborne, Karen Cullum, Susan Smith and Anita Gail Smith.

25 years ago

(1988)

Rebecca Fusilier of Conway, a freshman at the University of Arkansas, became an initiated member recently of Epsilon Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha international fraternity for women. She is majoring in pre-medicine.

Miss Fusilier is a daughter of Willis and Betty Fusilier of Conway.

10 years ago

(2003)

The Conway Spirits 12 and under Blue Team Rebels finished second in the Silver Division of the Tulsa Valentine’s Volleyfest. Team members are Caitlin O’Banion, Ashley Cyr, Jordan Berry, Lindsey Boone, Shelby Smitherman, Jenny Beth Davis, Jenelle Green, Lauren Hogue and Krista Patty, and coach Jenni Harrison.

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Fri, 04/28/2017 - 20:04

Arkansas girl found dead after mom, great-uncle killed

MENA (AP) — One of two Arkansas siblings reported missing after their mother’s body was discovered in a creek was found dead on Friday, a day after another relative was found dead, and teams are still searching for the other child, investigators said.

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Fri, 04/28/2017 - 18:23

Police: 911 is for emergencies only

Authorities want to remind the public not to call 911 unless they are in an emergency situation.

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