75 years ago
James J. Kane, manager of the Conway theatre, and Mrs. Kane have purchased a residence at 1305 Davis St. from the Commodore Corporation, a Delaware concern, and after remodeling the house, will occupy it for a home. The sale was made through Guy R. Farris, local real estate agent.
50 years ago
There’s a noticeable absence on the south end of Locust Avenue. Kate is gone and forever.
Kate was a mule and for three decades she pulled plows, delighted the children and became a sentimental fixture. To the Henry Wachtendorfs, her owners since she came to Conway in 1935, she was part of the family. This was Kate’s 39th year, an unusually old age for a mule. J.O. Hill, Faulkner County agent, said a mule living to be 39 is equivalent to a man living to be about 117. Hill said the average age mules live is 17 or 18.
25 years ago
Matthew Enderlin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Enderlin of Conway, was recently inducted into the Sigma Nu fraternity at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. Enderlin is a chemical engineering student. He was president of the pledge class and voted the model pledge of the fraternity.
10 years ago
The Faulkner County 4-H Teen Leaders met Jan. 27 to discuss community service activities, county events and install officers. New officers are Brittany Evatt, Vilonia 4-H, photographer; Mary Kelley, Saltillo Heights 4-H, reporter; Morgan Poole, Guy Small Town 4-H, president; Chris Knight, Saltillo Heights 4-H, vice president; and Jordan Craig, Mayflower Show Team, secretary.