The marriage of Miss Louise Ray and William G. ("Bob") Harrison was announced today by the bride’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.E. Ray of Mt. Vernon. The wedding took place Sept. 23 at the home of the officiating minister, the Rev. A. Wall of Conway. The bride, who is the youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray, is a graduate of Mt. Vernon High School. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. Harrison of Plumerville. He is a graduate of Conway High School, and a former student of Arkansas State Teachers’ College.

The couple are temporarily at home with the bride’s parents at Mt. Vernon.

Mr. and Mrs. David Dawson have purchased Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Houchin’s three-bedroom home at 1168 Donaghey Ave., Ed Speaker of Southern Realty Co., said today. Houchin recently was transferred from International Shoe Co.’s factory.

Robert Tyler, president of the Conway Chamber of Commerce, welcomed guests yesterday at the flagstone sidewalk dedication at Locust Avenue and Main Street. A marker erected at the site describes the sidewalk, originally built in June 1903. Flagstone sidewalks began replacing wooden walkways in the mid-1890s. The stones, which weigh as much as 200 pounds each, were brought by rail from a quarry in Johnson County, about 68 miles away. Flagstone sidewalks were located along Caldwell, Center, Clifton, Front, Grove, Main, North, Railroad and Spencer streets and along Locust and Robinson avenues.

A sign went up at the Greenbrier city limits yesterday touting the accomplishments of the town’s latest celebrity.

"Welcome to Greenbrier, home of Matt Butler, AAAA state champion," the sign read, referring to the Class AAAA State Boys Golf Tournament at Cooper’s Hawk Golf Course in Melbourne.

Butler, a junior, carded 2-over-par 74 to win medalist honors and lead the Panthers to a sixth-place finish in their first-ever appearance.