The Band Mothers Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. J.W. Williams with 11 members and one guest present. Mrs. W.W. Nixon reported $86 in donations to the uniform fund from the Young Business Men’s Association, Kiwanis Club, Mrs. S.G. Smith, Fraser Drug Company, Mrs. Guy Maxey and the Conway school board. Mrs. J.R. Ott reported $14.60 was derived from the pictures show benefit held last week. The auxiliary will not meet again until next fall. Mrs. Williams served refreshments at the close of yesterday’s meeting.

Roger Robertson’s two-run homer in the bottom of the ninth, his second circuit clout of the game and fifth in two nights, gave the Conway Sports a 13-11 victory over Morrilton last night at the YBMA Fairgrounds.

Robertson’s blast climaxed a five-run Conway rally in the last ditch.

He hit three homers Thursday night against Palarm Creek Landing and had another last night before his game-deciding clout.

Morrilton led 11-8 going into the bottom of the final inning. Two hit batsmen and Ronnie Roach’s double left it 11-10, then Roach scored the tying run on Jim Glover’s sacrifice fly. Coy Lee Glover doubled and then Robertson ended it.

Bud Dayer, who relieved Charles Hoelzeman in the fourth, was the winner. Bobby Lewallen was the loser.

James R. Murphy, son of Guy and Dolores Murphy of Conway, graduated recently from the University of Arkansas at Fayetteville.

Murphy received a Bachelor of Science degree with a major in finance and banking.

Sarah Cox of Conway, bride-elect of John Luyet, also of Conway, was honored at a bridal shower April 29 at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Allen Jackson.

The hostess gift was a set of baking dishes. The shower was for all employees of First State Bank, where Miss Cox works as a teller.

Miss Cox and Mr. Luyet are to be married at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 15, at St. Joseph Catholic Church.