Specimens of unusually fine apples produced on Rose Hill fruit farm, four miles northeast of Conway, were brought to the Log Cabin Democrat office today by Elmer H. Stevens. The apples, of the Stark Delicious variety, were perfect in form and appearance and one of them weighed 11 ounces. Mr. Stevens said his trees are producing about 200 bushels this year and he sells the apples at prices ranging from 50 cents for culls to $1.50 for selected fruit.
Two models of the 1963 Chrysler series will be shown at the United Motor Co. tomorrow.
They will be a four-door Newport and a four-door hardtop Newport.
The new Chryslers carry a five-year or 50,000-mile warranty.
The United Motor Co.’s showrooms are at 1105 Seer St.
Three Faulkner County students will be members of the cast of “King Stag,” a presentation of the University of Central Arkansas Theater.
The actors and the characters they will portray are: Dahren White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James A. White of Conway, will play Brighela; Shannon Farmer, son of Harold and Wilma Farmer of Conway, will play a huntsman; and Katherine Ann Hancock, daughter of Boyd and Pamela Hancock of Vilonia, will play the Parrot.
Ira and Katie Holloway of Conway, formerly of Selma (Drew County), recently gathered for a five generations photo with their great-great-grandson, Traeh Nipps, the baby’s great-grandmother, Carolyn Ballard, Roy Ballard, his grandfather, and Jodi Nipps, the baby’s mother. All are of Conway.