Mrs. H.P. Westmoreland entertained with a card party Friday evening at her home, complimenting Miss Nan Westmoreland, who is leaving soon for Fort Smith to resume her school duties. Tables for games of bridge were placed on the porch, which was electrically lighted and decorated with baskets of flowers. Mrs. George Lyford of Fort Smith was an out-of-town guest. Souvenirs were given to each guest and a special gift was presented to the honoree. Ice cream and cake were served after the game.
Miss Edye Addington, who is Miss Arkansas 1962 and a student at Arkansas State Teachers College, is at the Miss America Pageant in Atlantic City, N.J., and her avid Conway supporters are encouraging other Conway citizens to send her telegrams.
Messages can be wired to her at the Colony Motel in Atlantic City.
The finals in the Miss America contest will be Saturday night. Miss Addington reportedly was a big hit with members of the press and other officials in the pageant.
She spent last week in New York City and has been in Atlantic City since the weekend.
Conway scored a touchdown and a two-point conversion in the second quarter and made that stand up for an 8-6 victory over Morrilton in an eighth-grade game Wednesday at Morrilton.
Actually, Conway didn’t know it scored the TD.
Morrilton scored in the last minute of the game, but failed on a two-point attempt to tie.
Mary Jo Eubanks of Greenbrier, a member of Wooster-Greenbrier Auxiliary No. 8059, Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars, participated in the National Council of Administration meeting at the 89th National Convention of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Veterans of Foreign Wars Aug. 24-30 at the Gaylord Opryland Resort and Convention Center in Nashville, Tenn.
The convention marked the completion of her two-year term on the council, which governs the Auxiliary between national conventions.