Yesterdays Aug. 7

75 years ago



Conway will be represented at the water carnival in Batesville on Wednesday and Thursday by Misses Martha Sue Fain, Billie Jennings, Theda Woodruff and Mary Ketherine Milam, winners is a recent beauty and talent contest here, Guy H. Jones, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce, announced today.

Miss Woodruff will be Conway’s princess and Miss Milam the bathing beauty. Misses Fain and Jennings will be maids to Miss Woodruff. The girls are Conway High School students.

50 years ago


The Conway Wampus Cats’ cheerleaders took a moment from practice to point out some exciting news — football season is just around the corner. Practice begins in a few days and the season opens in five weeks. Cheerleaders include Sandra Fulmer, the squad captain, Janet Ledbetter, Lou Ann Curtis, Nancy Selig, Margo Gibson, Nancy Herring, Peggy Moore, Myra Jane Curtis and Karen Banister. The girls have been practicing several weeks getting their intricate cheerleading techniques and yells down pat.

25 years ago


Cadet Douglas A. Aden, as on of Leroy W. and Dorothy L. Aden of Conway, has completed ROTC field training encampment at Tyndall Air Force Base, Ala.

10 years ago


Army National Guard Pvt. Faleisha D. Milton has graduated from the petroleum supply specialist advanced individual training course at Fort Lee, Petersburg, Va.

Milton is the daughter of Michele and Charles Green of Mayflower.



Wed, 08/23/2017 - 15:46

Police beat

From Conway Police Department reports

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Wed, 08/23/2017 - 15:36

Council to hear appeal on homeless shelter

Soul Food Café Mission will appeal the Conway Planning Commission’s 5-3 vote to deny a rezoning and conditional-use permit request that would allow it to open a homeless shelter and hold church services at 1715, 1717 and 1727 S. Donaghey Ave.

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