Yesterdays March 22

75 years ago

 

(1939)

Construction of the three new buildings to be erected for the Arkansas State Teachers College under $300,000 PWA project will be started by Contractor William Peterson next week, Col. H.L. McAlister, president, said today. The buildings are a girls’ dormitory, a dining hall and commons and a heating plant.

Mr. Peterson has promised Col. McAlister completion of at least the dormitory by the opening of the session next September.

50 years ago

(1964)

Sue Webb, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Webb, is participating today in the state convention of future Homemakers of America at Little Rock. Miss Webb is secretary of the state organization.

She is also a member of the executive council and assists in preparing the programs for the annual meeting.

Approximately 12,000 girls attended sessions yesterday and today.

25 years ago

(1989)

Kecia Stuart of Conway is one of 66 Ouachita Baptist University students who are is Clearwater, Fla., this week on a missions trip sponsored by the Baptist Student Union.

10 years ago

(2004)

Sarah Catherine Malpica of Conway, bride-elect of Jonathan Michael Erstine of Cordova, Tenn., was entertained at a kitchen shower March 6 at the Conway home of Mrs. Jack Frost.

Co-hostesses were Mrs. Dan Clanton, Mrs. Cliff Garrison, Mrs. Bill Miller and Mrs. Paul Thessing, all of Conway.

The couple is to be married Saturday, April 10, in Greene Chapel at Hendrix College.

 

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