Forty members of the Woman’s Missionary Society of the First Baptist Church attended a meeting Monday at the church. Mrs. G.L. Bahner led a discussion on the people of Japan and Mrs. Hal Fraser gave a devotional lesson. Mrs. E.P.J. Garrott read interesting excerpts from letters of her son, Dr. Maxfield Garrott, a missionary in Japan. She also displayed many souvenirs sent to her by Dr. Garrott. A social hour with Mrs. C.T. Ray and Mrs. Hal Fraser in charge was enjoyed at the close of the meeting.
The Conway High School band will perform at halftime at the Arkansas State Teachers-Ouachita football game tomorrow night at Estes Field.
The band will present a precision marching show.
John Grigsby is the drum-major. Majorettes Barbara Ingram, Virginia Tyler and Brenda Lea will present a twirling routine during the show. David Moore is band director.
The home of Mrs. Robert Crisp of Conway was the setting recently for a luncheon honoring her granddaughter, Melissa Williams, other members of the 1987 Conway high School homecoming court and their mothers.
The tables were decorated with floral arrangements in the school colors of royal blue and white. Place cards were round frames featuring the date and the girls’ names in counted cross-stitch. They were presented to the girls as party favors.
Guests were served chicken salad, fresh fruit, rolls and chocolate mousse.
The congregation of Conway First Assembly of God, “The Rock Solid Church,” has voted pastor Mike McNeely to an indefinite term as pastor.
The congregation also approved the purchase of 4.5 acres of land off Interstate 40 next to Roller McNutt Funeral Home. The site will serve as the future home of the church. The church describes itself as “a growing body of believers.”