The Phi Lambda Chi fraternity, social organization of Arkansas State Teachers College, entertained members and guests from several towns in Arkansas with a dance at the Club Royle near Little Rock last Saturday night. The dance which was given as a summer get-together, was well attended by the members of the fraternity. The organization recently held a summer camp at Grandmary Lake near El Dorado.
Work on Kroger’s new building in Conway is under way, and the building will be opened in November, Jack Farris of Kroger’s Little Rock office, said today.
The store is to be located on Front Street north of Smith Street.
The building which formerly housed Twin Table & Furniture Co., Inc., is being torn down to make way for a parking lot.
The store will contain 12,000 square feet. There are 50,000 square feet of land in the building site and parking lot.
The supermarket will resemble Kroger’s new store in Morrilton, Farris said, but is to be somewhat larger.
Glen Selligman, son of Mike and Mary Selligman of Conway, recently attended the University of Arkansas School of Architecture’s annual Summer Design Workshop in Fayetteville.
The workshop is designed to introduce the fields of architecture and landscape architecture to students who express interest in a career in either profession.
Participants in the workshop were exposed to various aspects of architecture and landscape architecture through classroom work and field trips to Eureka Springs and Kansas City, Mo., and in Fayetteville.
Alicia Morrison of Vilonia has joined Group Benefit Services of Little Rock as a retirement plan analyst. There, she will manage plan administration and record-keeping activities for company clients.