The Mezzo Forte met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. C.E. McNutt. The interior was decorated with bouquets of tulips. Emily Lanier presided at the business session. Having recently become a federated music club, a constitution and by laws were presented and approved. An interesting article on Richard Wagner was given by Mrs. McNutt. Mrs. J.J. Kane has been named sponsor from the Orpheus Club.

Mr. and Mrs. Arles Dickens of Vilonia entertained Sunday with a family reunion in their home. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. A.F. Hankins Jr. and daughters of Golden, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. G.W. Hankins and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Goode of North Little Rock, Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Hankins and children of Warren, Mrs. Wes Watson and son, Tommy of Greenbrier, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Reynolds and Curtis Dee Lawrence of Conway, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Williams, and daughter and Mrs. Elza Hankins of Vilonia. Mrs. Elza Hankins was recently dismissed from Memorial Hospital and is presently residing at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Dickens.

The home of Dana Smith was the setting recently for a baby shower honoring Deanna Schichtl of Conway.

Co-hostesses were Tonya Patterson, Heidi Love, Alison Moix and Leta Coxsey.

The serving table was centered with a crystal punch bowland featured pastel teddy bear plates and napkins. Guests were also served nuts and cake decorated with a teddy bear.

The hostesses presented Mrs. Schichtl with a corsage accented with pink and blue, an infant seat carrier, a diaper pail and terry diaper shirt sets.

A Conway Police Department lieutenant has joined a handful of local officers who have completed the "highest level of law enforcement training available," according to the graduate, Bob Berry.

Berry was one of 257 law enforcement officers who graduated last month from the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico, Va.

Berry is in charge of Conway’s Community Oriented Policing team and previously oversaw the Conway Regional Drug Task Force.

Only the top 1 percent of law enforcement officers get chosen to attend the FBI Program, Berry said. Officers must be nominated then selected.