Mrs. B.W. Torreyson’s circle of the Presbyterian Auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F.H. Harrin, with 10 members present. Mrs. Torreyson gave a Bible lesson and a program on “Enlarging Home Horizons” was presented. At the social period Mrs. Harrin served dainty refreshments.
Yesterday was the 54th anniversary of the Daily Edition of the Log Cabin Democrat.
This newspaper began publication on this date (Sept. 14) in 1908.
The “Cabin” is the oldest daily in an Arkansas city of comparable size with the exception of the Searcy Daily Citizen.
Jody L. Acre of Greenbrier and Chris Schaefers of Conway were among 96 participants at the annual Arkansas Farm Bureau Youth Safety Seminar held July 12-16 at Camp Couchdale near Hot Springs.
Participants attended classroom sessions and got hands-on instruction in hunter education, first aid, water safety, tractor driving safety, all-terrain vehicle (ATV) safety and cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
They also heard presentations on electrical safety and drug awareness and peer pressure. Faulkner participants were sponsored by the Faulkner County Farm Bureau.
Tech Sgt. L. John James Jr. has been promoted to his current rank while serving with the Air Force Reserves at Little Rock Air Force Base.
He is a son of Larry and Vickie James of Conway.