75 years ago
Miss Eula Gordy entertained her bridge club Wednesday afternoon at her home on Robinson Avenue. Jonquils and japonica were used to decorate the living room, where games were played at tree tables, with Mrs. Karl S. Nickle of Little Rock, winning the prize for high score. A salad plate with a dessert was served at the conclusion of the series.
50 years ago
Mrs. Harold D. Smith, a bookkeeper at First State Bank, demonstrated the new Burroughs automatic posting machine for customers in the bank Saturday. Bill Hegeman explained other features to a customer. The bank purchased two of the machines. Thomas G. Wilson, president, said they would take the place of four outmoded pieces of equipment.
25 years ago
Amy Snyder, a sophomore at St. Joseph High School, has been chosen to attend the Hugh O’Brian Youth Leadership Seminar Friday through Sunday, April 21-23, in Little Rock.
Miss Snyder, daughter of Jerry and Patsy Snyder, of Conway, is a member of the Catholic Youth Organization and is treasurer of the sophomore class and a third-year basketball player. She was named to the all-district basketball team last year and in on the Dean’s List.
10 years ago
The Greenbrier Panthers recently won the Vilonia peewee tournament, which was sponsored by First State Bank of Greenbrier. Members are Jay Boone, Mason McMillen, Chris Hamilton, Travis Moody, Taylor Havens, Shane Murray, Jake Palmer, Tyler Thomas, Preston Kelso, Tyler Cone, coach David Murray and assistant Monty Havens.