Edwin E. Fulks, a clerk at the Conway post office, has been advised that he scored 100 percent on the annual clerk’s examination he underwent last week at Little Rock. Mr. Fulks, who has been in the postal service less than two years, handled 1,256 cards in 46 minutes. He averaged 28 cards per minute.

Five members of the First Methodist Church of Conway are attending the 17th annual School of missions and Christian Service of the North Arkansas Conference at Arkansas Polytechnic College in Russellville.

Mrs. George Meyer, wife of the pastor of the First Methodist Church of Russellville, is dean.

A new clinic for circle chairmen began today.

Miss Ethel Millar and Mrs. John Nelson are delegates from the Woman’s Society for Christian Service of the Conway church with Mrs. Tom Welch, president of the WSCS, a alternate. Others attending are Mrs. Robert B. Clark, district promotion secretary, Mrs. James E. Major and Mrs. Robert W. Goodlow Jr.

The school opened Monday for a five-day session.

Mr. and Mrs. Mark Meador of Maumelle are parents of a son, Cameron Ashley, born Tuesday (July 14, 2987) at Doctors Hospital. The baby weighed 7 pounds, 5 ounces. The couple also has another son, Jason 8, and a daughter, Kristine, 15 months. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Roger Meador of Conway and Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Grantham of Brandon, Miss.

Swing City Baseball Club of Conway, 14-and-under independent baseball team, recently completed a trifecta in AAU competition.

Swing City members have played together since 1998 in the 10-year-old division. It has played in a national tourney each year.

Team members are Corey Springer and Phillip Bumpers of Conway, Austin Ferrantelle of Cabot, Landon Ezell of Conway, Travis Lauer of Shirley, coach Doug Garlington, Zach Throneberry, Grant Garlington and Andy Lee of Conway, Ryan Burks and Kyle West of Cabot and coach Chris Throneberry of Conway.