Paul Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Frank Jones of Conway, was installed this week as president of the Lions Club at Camden, Ark. Mr. Jones is manager of a motion picture theatre in Camden.
Motel reservations for 72 have been made in Conway by one man for the Arkansas High School Championship rodeo.
Bert Dickey of Earle reserved 18 rooms at the Town House Motel.
Carole Hoyt instructed Shelly Nichols, 4, to “hold real still” as she painted a rainbow on her cheek last night at the Conway Human Development Center’s annual Independence Day celebration. Shelly’s older sister, Mandy, 6, watched with a blend of curiosity and concern as she awaited her turn for the facial decoration. The sisters, daughters of John and Nancy of Hot Springs, were visiting their brother, Matthew, 7, who is a client at the center. Other events at the center included train rides, a karate demonstration, performances by live bands, parachute jumps and a fireworks display.
Robyn Snider-Lancaster awarded Stewart Snider the prize for the longest drive after taking part in the Pam Snider Memorial Golf Scramble held recently at the Plantation in Mayflower. Stewart Snider, who was Pam’s husband, also won the prize for closest to the hole. Proceeds from the tournament went to the UCA Foundation toward Pam’s scholarship fund.