Complimenting Mrs. James R. Henry of Hope, who is the guest of Mrs. J.M. Ligon, Mrs. Richard Steel entertained with a card party in her honor Friday afternoon at her home on Scott Street. Summer flowers were arranged throughout the interior and at the conclusion of games of bridge a dainty salad menu with iced tea was served. Mrs. Ila Wheat was given the high score prize, Mrs. Lee Reynolds the cut prize and Mrs. Henry was presented a gift.

One hundred five redwood planters have been distributed in Conway this summer. They are planted with dwarf red cannas and Comanche petunias, Mrs. Edgar B. Parker of the City Beautiful said.

Mrs. Parker ordered the planters through the Idle Hour Florist and Greenhouse. She said 110 of the redwood tubs were bought by Conway business houses. The price of the planters was $11 each.

Of the original order 35 were returned to the Hurst, Texas, manufacturer for re-banding. Five more have been sent back recently.

The commission will probably plant greenery in the pots this fall, Mrs. Parker said. The beautification plan in Little Rock is being used as a blueprint for work in Conway.

John Weatherford, 14, of Conway took first place in the senior division last weekend at the Iron Kids Triathlon at St. Louis, Mo.

By winning the event, which consisted of a 200-yard swim, a 10K bike ride and a 2K run, Weatherford qualified for the national championships Saturday, Sept. 27, at Phoenix, Ariz. His time was 29:30.

Three other youngsters from Arkansas qualified for nationals.

Hope and Jimmy Goodwin of Vilonia just wanted a baby, but they got so many they had to turn their garage into a nursery.

Mrs. Goodwin, 31, gave birth to quadruplets on June 18. Three boys — two are identical — and one girl beat the odds to be born and have made the Goodwins’ world complete.