Sending a renewal of his subscription to the Log Cabin Democrat, James Robert Edens if Indianola, Okla., who for many years lived in Faulkner County, writes of a family reunion at his home on Sept. 7, at which a large number of his 71 descendants were present. He is the father of 11 children and has 49 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. At the reunion dinner was served picnic style to 56 members of the family.
Biggest man on the Conway Wampus Cat team is Ernest Ruple, senior tackle who stands 6-4, and weighs 233 pounds. A starter as a junior last year, Ruple’s lineplay was outstanding in Conway’s 19-0 victory over Forrest City. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Coy A. Ruple.
Barry Dallas has joined the pharmacy staff at Fred’s Pharmacy, 1070 Markham St.
He has been a practicing pharmacist for 13 years. Dallas attended the University of Central Arkansas and received a pharmacy degree from the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences in Little Rock.
He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Benny Dallas of Vilonia. Dallas and his wife, Ann, have two children.
Marguerite Vann student Henry Bowen placed a time capsule into the ground outside of Mona Lea’s class on Thursday. The students got the idea after reading “Sept. 12,” a story written by first-graders from Kennett, Mo., describing their feelings following the terrorist attacks on New York and Washington, D.C. The students read the book with their fifth grade “book buddies” from Kerry Stitch’s class before burying the capsule. The capsule is planned to be unearthed in seven years.