Mr. and Mrs. Harry Krieger are having a service station and store at the junction of highways 65 and 64, north of Conway, which they purchased recently, moved back and remodeled. The property was formerly owned by Ed Moore. The building has two stories and when completed the Kriegers will occupy the second floor for a home.
The Host Drive-In, located at 1015 Harkrider St., and owned by Phil Pinter, has announced an opening for tomorrow.
Pony rides will be provided for children 2 to 8 p.m., and balloons and other favors are to be given away.
The drive-in is located on a lot where the former American Grill was located. Pinter said the name “Host” came from Harkrider and Oak streets (H for Harkrider, O for Oak and ST for street).
Shanna Nacole Turney recently won first place in the beauty division of the 1987 Central Arkansas Baby Pageant and is entitled to compete in the upcoming Royalty Pageant at the Robinson Center Music Hall in Little Rock.
Miss Turney is a daughter of Billy and Nancy Turney of Greenbrier. She is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Turnage of North Little Rock and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Turney of Greenbrier.
Romie and Bonnie Tindall are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary.
Bonnie Adams Tindall was born and raised in Republican. Her parents were the late Marshall Adams and Bernice Harrington of Republican.
Romie Tindall was born and raised in the Damascus/Bee Branch area. His parents were the late Vernon Tindall of Damascus and Ludie Mahan, now residing in Conway.
Romie and Bonnie were married Aug. 1, 1952. They have two children, Karen Burgin and Kim Flemming, and two grandchildren, Jay and Natalie Burgin, all of Greenbrier.