Yesterdays Feb. 11

75 years ago

(1939)

Twelve thousand bass from three to six inches long were released in the waters on North Cadron and Cove creeks in Faulkner County yesterday. The fish were obtained from the state hatchery at Lonoke. Dan Estes, Dr. J.H. Flanagin, Leslie P. Crafton and H.H. Nation assisted to “planting” the bass. Six thousand were placed in each creek.

50 years ago

(1964)

Three Conway women are members of a practical nursing class of the Petit Jean Vocational School at Morrilton that has completed 16 weeks of classroom training and begun 32 weeks of clinical training at five hospitals, including Memorial Hospital in Conway, They are Mrs. Carolin Havens, Mrs. Lottie Womack and Mrs. Virginia Malone.

25 years ago

(1989)

William Alan Holiman, son of William Holiman of Conway, is on the 1988 fall graduation list of the University of Kansas.

Holiman has qualified for a master’s degree in Soviet and East European political science and a doctorate in political science.

10 years ago

(2004)

Jayla Johnston, a senior at Greenbrier High School, was crowned queen at the basketball homecoming ceremonies Feb. 6 at Panther Pavilion. She is a daughter of Craig and Shawna Johnston.

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