Frank Dukes, a Missouri Pacific railway brakeman, will celebrate his 30th year of continuous service of the railroad tomorrow at his home in North Little Rock. Dukes, who is a member of the North Little Rock city council, was born and reared in Conway and visited friends here yesterday. A brother, W.H. Dukes, is in the United States Army.

Five Faulkner County residents are teaching in the Jacksonville Public School system this fall.

They include Joe Love Jr. of Greenbrier, Mrs. Sid Coleman, Mrs. Bill Ward, Mrs. Ken Patton and J.D. Hall.

Terry and Brenda Pikschus of Conway are parents of a son, Jesse Gunther, born Thursday (Sept. 10, 1987) at Doctors Hospital. The couple have two other children, Cari, 1, and Amy, 4. Grandparents are Earl and Dorothy Harmon of Conway. Great-grandparents are Ham and Margaret Pikschus of Lincoln, Neb.

It’s been a long and winding road in Shannon Money’s football career, but the former University of Arkansas standout has shown that you can indeed go home again.

Money is a volunteer assistant coach with the Conway coaching staff. He is a former Wampus Cat and built a reputation as one of the best offensive linemen in the state.

He returned to his hometown after failing to catch on with the NFL’s Carolina Panthers. Money was a three-year starter for Houston Nutt’s Arkansas Razorbacks following a sterling high school career that in which he captured all-state recognition while being named the Wampus Cats’ most outstanding offensive player. During a roller-coaster senior season with the Razorbacks, Money was a rock as a veteran member of the Arkansas offensive line, helping to lead U of A to a berth in the 2002 Cotton Bowl against the highly regarded Oklahoma Sooners.