75 years ago

(1938)

Hendrix football careers on the home field closes for four seniors Friday when the Warriors clash with the Union University Bulldogs of Jackson, Tenn. The four seniors are the only four-year men on the entire Hendrix squad. Kennedy, who hails from Pine Bluff, has developed into one of the state’s outstanding ends and is a strong candidate for all-state honors this season. He and Scott, of Rogers, are co-captains of the Hendrix team. Scott plays halfback and is one of the best broken field runners in the state. Jones is Conway’s contributions to the Hendrix first string line. He plays center and calls signals. Robertson is an end.

50 years ago

(1963)

Albert Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Larson and a senior at St. Joseph High School, was named winner this week of an essay contest sponsored by the Conway Optimist Club.

Essays were written on "What The Golden Rule Means to Youth."

25 years ago

(1988)

The Conway Noon Optimist Club recently honored Jennifer Balogh and Luke Parsons, senior at Conway High School, as September Teens of the Month.

Miss Balogh and Mr. Parsons were honored at the club’s noon luncheon on Nov. 8.

Miss Balogh, 17, is a daughter of George and Connie Balogh. Mr. Parsons is a son of Bill and Sheila Parsons. Both plan to attend college and major in engineering.

10 years ago

(2003)

The staff at First Security Bank in Greenbrier celebrated Halloween by dressing up as farm animals at the bank, aka Heffington Farms. They included Karen New, Tara Wolff, Tracy Baker, Tonya Hoover, Melissa Hamilton, Sandy Branch, Leslie Hart, Sandy McCuan, David Heffington and Shawn Johnston.