Announcement was made today by the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. D.H. Parsons of Holland, of the marriage of miss Hermea Parsons to the Rev. Charles W. Lewis. The wedding occurred at Greenbrier on June 19 last, the Rev. Emrah, Methodist pastor, pronouncing the ceremony, and was kept secret until today’s announcement. Mr. Lewis, who will graduate from Hendrix College next year, is pastor of the Naylor circuit of five Methodist churches. His wife who has been attending the Arkansas State Teachers College, will also be a student of Hendrix next session. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis will reside at Naylor until the opening of the college.
Enrollment in the Conway public schools will exceed 3,000 in the 1962-63 school year, Hays Gibson, superintendent, said yesterday. Registration may go as high as 3,200 he added.
Bryant and Dorothy Quattlebaum shot a 31 to win the first-flight low gross competition in a twilight scramble recently at Cadron Valley Country Club.
Don and Paula Hix were low net winners in the first flight at 31.63.
Steve and Wendy Thomas had the low gross score of 36 in the second flight while Nina and Richard Johnston were low net winners at 30.67.
Mary Kay Rolla and Tim Roberts tied the team of Lois and Guy Giorgis for the third flight low gross title with a 40. J.W. and Doris Hiland were low net winners in the same flight at 31.48.
Doyle Cook, 64, of Conway has announced his intention to run for mayor of Conway in the Nov. 5 general election.
Cook officially launched his campaign during a rally Thursday night. He said if elected he will strive to unify the city’s fire and police departments, improve morale for all city employees, improve the city’s traffic situation and promote industry.
He has worked as a business development officer since 1998 and has also worked for several banks and credit agencies throughout the country and was appointed to the farm credit accreditation board by former President Clinton. He received a bachelor’s degree in agricultural business and a master’s degree in agricultural economics from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.
Cook and his wife, Peggy, have two sons, Kevin and Mike.