100 years ago


*Information not available for this date.

75 years ago


The Peppers Club of Conway high school has chosen Julia Ann Camp its president for 1941-42, it was announced today. Beneva Castellaw was elected vice president and Betty Alice Crafton, secretary-treasurer. The club has 50 members.

50 years ago


Dr. D. L. Dykes, pastor of First Methodist Church in Shreveport, LA., and regarded as one of the outstanding preachers in Methodism, will conduct a six-day revival opening Sunday night at the First Methodist Church here. The Rev. Mr. Dykes is a graduate of Centenary College in Shreveport and he holds a bachelor of divinity degree from Emory University in Atlanta, Ga., and a doctor of divinity degree from Centenary.

25 years ago


Savers Savings Association of Little Rock, the failed thrift which operates a branch in Conway, is expected to close and be sold today. Savers has been operated by the federal government since Fe. 10, 1989, and was the second largest savings and loan in Arkansas to be declared insolvent and taken over by the government. It is the largest of the failed savings and loans still open in the state. The thrift branches are expected to close at the end of normal business hours today and should reopen Monday under the name of the financial institution which purchased them.

*On this date the Log Cabin did not print a Saturday paper. This story was printed on 9/20/1991.

10 years ago


Wednesday may have marked the first time Sallie Cone Elementary students attended an Excel character assembly, but getting energized was not a problem. The assembly kicked off Sallie Cone elementary School’s newly-formed relationship with Excel, a local healthy choices organization. A group of leaders from Excel visited the students to get them excited about upcoming programs. Katrina Hobbs, also known as Miss Respect, of Excel told the students she and her friends, Mr. Respect and Miss Responsibility, were going to come out once a month to Sallie Cone and hold an assembly. The students seemed to approve the idea with shouts of joy.