Postmaster H.D. Russell said today that Carlton Milam, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Milam of this city and a 1937 graduate of the Arkansas State Teachers College, has been chosen as a substitute carrier and clerk at the local post office. Milam has already begun work. He took the examination for the position along with about two score other persons several months ago.
The Gleaners Sunday School Class of the First Nazarene Church held a Hawaiian party last night at the home of Miss Della Smith. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Dorothy Swartz and Mrs. Fred Simpson. The guests were greeted at the door with Hawaiian leis. Mrs. Smith’s sister, who lives in Hawaii sent three white orchids for the hostesses. The entertaining rooms were decorated throughout with a Hawaiian theme and the serving table was centered with arrangements of fruit.
Stephanie Cloutier of Conway, a former University of Central Arkansas tennis player who now competes for Northwestern State University of Louisiana, upset several top seeds to win the Arkansas Adult Clay Court Open tournament over the weekend at Little Rock Racquet Club.
Cloutier, who eliminated third-seeded Karen Graham in the second round, handled No. 2 seed Donna Wormack of Little Rock in the championship, 6-2, 6-3.
Members of the Conway Chapel and the Soul Food Cafe Ministries posed for a group photo prior to leaving for a mission trip to Mexico on July 21. The two organizations took approximately 20 people to Metamoris for the mission trip. The group, along with Lake Arlington Baptist Church of Dallas, will be conducting Vacation Bible school in the town as well as taking on construction projects during the week-long trip.