Frank Schichtl and W.W. Tapp are making preparations to begin operation of a new steam laundry here in about two weeks, they told the Log Cabin Democrat today.
The building at 829 Railroad Ave., owned by Miss Elaine Harrison, is being prepared for occupancy by the new enterprise. Machinery has already been purchased and will be in stalled as soon as the building is ready, they said.
Mr. Schichtl is a lifelong resident of Conway and Mr. Tapp has been here about seven years, formerly employed at the Model laundry.
Charles Maltbia who pitched this summer for the Kansas City Monarchs, returned to his home south of Conway this week.
Maltbia said he had a record of 15-3 for the year. He pitched in two games in Little Rock.
He participated in the all-star East-West game in Kansas City last Sunday. He pitched three innings for the winning West team. The score was 5-2.
Maltbia said his earned run average for the season was 1.85.
Rebecca Fusilier recently became a pledge of Epsilon chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha international fraternity for women at the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville. She is enrolled at the university of as a freshman majoring in pre-medical science. Miss Fusilier is a graduate of Conway High School and is a daughter of Willis and Betty Fusilier of Conway.
Members of the Conway high School Dance Team recently attended Universal Dance Association Camp at the University of Memphis.
During the week, the squad won more than 30 superior ribbons and four excellent ribbons for routines learned. The squad won numerous drill down gold ribbons and the spirit stick.
The first day of camp, the girls placed second in home routine evaluation, and on the last day of the camp the squad was awarded the leadership award. The award is voted on by all the squads for the team demonstrating cooperation, helpfulness to others and overall excellence.
Five members of the Dance Squad earned All-Star medals. They are Lori Culberson, Holly Greenway, Jenna Jumonville, Maggi LaManna and Caitlin Wilcox. The squad is coached by Ferris Delph.