The Conway Rotary Club will install officers for the 1937-38 year at a program tonight at the Conway Country Club. The meeting will begin at 6:30 o’clock with a basket picnic supper.
Harvey C. Couch Jr., president of the First National Bank, will be installed as president of the club to succeed Royce B. Wilkins. Other officers are: E.W. Martin, vice president, Richard Pence, treasurer, and Robert W. Mosley, secretary.
Members have the privilege to invite friends to the installation program.
Earl Stephens of the Naylor community brought the first cotton bloom of 1962 tot he Log Cabin Democrat today.
Stephens said he found blooms Saturday.
He has 32 acres of cotton on his farm, two and one-fourth miles southwest of Naylor. The cotton is the Half and Half variety. It was planted April 26.
Kali Hardy, 6-month-old daughter of Frankie and Nora Hardy of Greenbrier, was recently crowned Arkansas 1987 Pee Wee Miss of America at the Excelsior Hotel in Little Rock.
Miss Hardy received a crown, trophy and sash and will represent the state in the National Pee Wee Miss of America Pageant in Hollywood, Calif., in September. She won her first beauty pageant title, Beauty Baby Miss, at a Greenbrier pageant when she was 2 1/2 months old.
Former University of Central Arkansas and Washington Redskins football player Monte Coleman followed through on a shot to the green while taking part in the Scottie Pippen/Purple Circle Classic golf tournament Monday at Centennial Valley Country Club. The annual tournament drew its highest number of participants this year.