Complimenting Mrs. C.N. Crow who with her family is leaving soon to make her family is leaving soon to make her home in Morrilton, Mrs. J.O. Moore, Mrs. Edgar Middleton and Mrs. D.G. Baldridge entertained with a delightful party Friday evening at the suburban home of Mrs. Moore. Games and conversation were featured during the evening and at the close a dainty salad menu with cake and fruit nectar was served and the hostesses were assisted in serving by Mrs. I.N. McCollum and Mrs. James Lynch. A beautiful gift was presented to Mrs. Crow. Thirty-five guests were present.
Dr. and Mrs. Horace Adams returned to Conway last Friday from New York. Mrs. Adams studied cello at the Meadowmount School of Music in Elizabethtown for eight weeks under Leonard Rose, a concert cellist.
Dr. Adams went to Elizabethtown at the end of the summer session at Arkansas State Teachers College, where he is head of the history department, and accompanied his wife home.
They visited in New York City before returning to Conway. Elizabethtown is on Lake Champaigne in upper New York.
Vira Ann Young has been appointed director of Hampton House day care center, 1229 Clifton St., officials of Dick Longing Real Estate announced last week.
Miss Young previously worked for the real estate firm, which owns the day care center.
She attended the University of Central Arkansas, where she majored in special education and early childhood education.
Ella Reese smiled as Jo Nell Lowry reads a proclamation from Mayor Tab Townsell that proclaimed Sept. 6 as Ella Reese Day during a Delta Kappa Gamma society meeting on Thursday. Reese was also honored by the organization with a crowning ceremony. Reese is a retired Conway math teacher and recently served as the co-chairman for the Delta Kappa Gamma Society International convention in Little Rock. She attended the Arkansas Leadership Academy in Russellville and served both as facilitator and trainer. She and her husband, Dr. Clyde Reese, have one grown son, Chris Reese.