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Yesterdays Sept. 8

Posted: September 7, 2013 - 8:18pm

75 years ago

(1938)

T.T. Doolin and Vernon Tucker have been selected by the governing board of the Young Business Men’s Association to represent the Conway organization at the state convention of Junior Chamber of Commerce bodies at Hot Springs Saturday and Sunday.

50 years ago

(1963)

Five men are new in the Conway Public School System and all will be in Conway High School. They are Arlie Metheney, assistant principal and teacher of English and world history; Wallace Scott, American history, plane geometry and senior mathematics; Gail Campbell, band director; Joe Tucker, industrial arts; and James Pew, vocational agriculture.

25 years ago

(1988)

Gail Duncan of Conway has been elected president of the Junior Progressive Club for 1988-89. Other officers are Joyce Miller, first vice president; Jean Bell, second vice president; Norma Nelson, recording secretary; Polly Bruckner, corresponding secretary; Mabel Strandlund, treasurer; and past president Betty Ramsey, parliamentarian.

10 years ago

(2003)

His college rodeo career didn’t end as he’d hoped, but Kolby Stock of Vilonia is looking ahead to the professional ranks.

Stock, 21, competing for Fort Scott (Kan.) Community College in saddle bronc, qualified for the College National Finals Rodeo for the second time this spring. But once in Casper, Wyo., in mid-June, a knee injury in the second round brought his college rodeo days to a halt. After knee surgery in June, Stocks is looking to the winter. By January, he said he hoped to be back in the saddle in the Great Lakes pro circuit, which covers Missouri, Kentucky, Illinois, Wisconsin and Michigan.

He is a son of Kirk and Bulah Stock.

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