Ralph Murff, assistant coach at the Arkansas State Teachers College, left today for Nacogdoches, Texas, where he will assume his duties Monday as assistant coach at the Stephen F. Austin College.
Murff was assistant to Coach Warren B. Woodson for a year and a half. Before coming here, he was freshman coach at Centenary College at Shreveport in 1933-1934.
A star on the Centenary Gentlemen eleven for three seasons, Murff won All-American mention his senior year.
Gov. Orval E. Faubus will deliver Enols High School’s commencement address at the school Friday night, F.R. Smith, superintendent, said today.
The program will be at 8 o’clock, and Gov. Faubus will be introduced by Pros. Atty. George F. Hartje Jr., of Conway.
The Enola class has 10 members. Honors graduates are Shirley Gay Matthews, salutatorian, and Bernis Hayse Bailey, valedictorian.
W.T. matthews, president of the Enola Board of Education, will present diplomas.
Fred and Nancy Burnett Jr. of Greenbrier are parents of a daughter, Tiffany Ann, born Saturday (May 16, 1987) at Conway Regional Hospital. The baby weighed 8 pounds, 7 ounces. The couple also has a son, Tommy, 5. Grandparents are Fred Burnett Sr. and Sharon Burnett, both of Greenbrier, and C.T. and Ann Palmer of North Little Rock. Great-grandparents are Irene Burnett of Greenbrier and Mrs. J.E. Southerland of Conway.
Ryan Reams crowd surfed through his fellow graduates prior to commencement exercises at Greenbrier’s Panther Pavilion on Friday. Greenbrier High School Class of 2002 included 134 students.