The Saturday Bridge Club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Frank E. Robins Jr. The house was beautifully decorated with autumn flowers and at the conclusion of the games a dainty hot plate luncheon was served. Mrs. Ila wheat won the club prize for high score.

Joe McKim, former employee of the Customade Products Corp., has resigned to accept a position with the city Police Department.

McKim’s appointment made by the Civil Service Commission, began his new work Monday.

He is married and the father of a son.

McKim succeeds Ed Havens, who resigned recently.

Gene tittle returned to the Police in mid-September. Sgt. Marvin Iberg also resigned last month.

Three Conway artists had work selected for display in the 12th annual Art Exhibition Celebration of Arkansas Artists, sponsored by Twin City Bank of North Little Rock.

Conway artists Suzanne Waggoner, Sheila Boylan Parsons and Pat Larsen were among 75 artists who had work selected for the exhibition. There were 270 entries submitted.

The exhibit will remain on display in the bank lobby and the second floor area through Friday, Oct. 30. The bank is located at One Riverfront Place.

Mount Vernon-Enola High School will hold homecoming ceremonies at 6 p.m. Friday prior to the basketball game in the school gymnasium.

Senior representative Kortney Bargiel, Junior representative Vickie Hensley, Sophomore representative Brittany Bargiel, Senior boys basketball representative Mimi Allen, and Senior girls basketball representative Latisha Ogden. Junior high royalty includes: Ninth-grade representative Destiny Gilbert, Eighth-grade representative Kristin Blocker, Seventh-grade representative Shaylon Smith, Junior boys basketball representative Rebecca Peppers, and Junior girls basketball representative Lauren Gonzalez.