The L.P. Crafton Flour and Feed Company, located at 1012 Front St. for several years, has moved into the building formerly occupied by the Ford Motor Company at 1103 Front. The place has been entirely remodeled and made into a building suitable for a feed business. In addition to his old line of feed, flour and seeds, Mr. Crafton has installed a line of staple groceries and is prepared to serve both retail and wholesale trade.
The First Baptist Church yesterday observed its annual "Off-to-College" day.
This is the day when the church honors its young people who will be attending college this fall.
The group of students included: David and Julia Bailey, Virginia Beazley, Bobby Brannan, Norma and Thomas Chick, Sue Cummins, Phillip Doyle, Bill Dunaway, Carolyn and Harold Eidson Jr., Jay Mack Fortner, Judy Price, Margaret Lewis, Sheri Mabry, Wilbur Owen, Charles Ray Paul, Bernie Sanders, Jerriann Williams, Judy Montgomery, Jackie Oates, Mary Wimberly, Edith Wiggins, Kay Nichols, Sandra Robins, Janelle Ward, Sue Edwards, Stephen Robinson, Larry Lewallen, Darrell Farley, Patsy and Kay Turner, Rocky Lynch, Bobby Carr, Rex Carson, Larry Tyler, James Futrell, Mrs. Jerry Bell, Kent Darwin, Marcus Rackley, Tommy Tyler, Suzanne and Jack Roberts, Gray Burdick, Wanda Jo Smith and Sharon O’Kelley.
Doralee Idleman, 14-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Idleman of Vilonia, was named a winner recently in the seventh annual Ross Foundation Photography Exhibit at the 1987 Arkansas 4-H O-Rama.
Miss Idleman took first place in the black-and-white inanimate category. She received a $200 check from the Ross Foundation for her photograph of a barn surrounded by trees.
Amanda M. Haskett has joined the Army under the Delayed Entry Program.
Haskett, a 2002 graduate of Conway High School, has reported for basic training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
She is a daughter of Sandee Linick of Conway.