75 years ago
That Faulkner County’s 1937 cotton crop will be the biggest since the record yield of 39,864 bales in 1931 was assured today when Census Agent Fred W. Halter reported 24,045 bales had been ginned up to Dec. 13. The next largest crop since 1931 was 24,111 bales in 1932 and this number is certain to be exceeded, although it is unlikely that the total crop for 1937 will be much above 25,000 bales. Last year only 112 bales were ginned after Dec. 13, but this was an exceptionally small number.
50 years ago
The Home Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Frank B. Johnson Thursday. After a short business meeting, conducted by Mrs. Johnson, president, Mrs. Ima Tadlock gave the devotional on "Peace in the World." Mrs. W.E. McClain, program leader, presented an article on "The Christmas Crime," by F.W. Boreham.
25 years ago
Kimberly Thomason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Thomason of Bee Branch, was among 121 students who received diplomas during commencement exercises Friday at Harding University. Miss Thomason received a bachelor’s degree in business administration.