Bradley celebrated its 26th annual Governor Conway Days on March 27, 2010. A beautiful day (for a change) and an election year (meaning politicians everywhere) combined for an excellent crowd and the largest parade in years.
(All captions for the following photos refer to the photo under the caption.)
The local constabulary was present to keep order.
The antique tractor show took place just north of the Post Office.
It was judged by the eagle eyes of Benny Hayes and Dickie Bishop.
The antique car show was set up near the Willis-Knighton Clinic.
The Cochran Museum experienced an excellent crowd. Among the visitors was the preeminent expert on Bradley history, Glynn McCalman of Mandeville, Louisiana.
Other Museum visitors were brother and sister David Byrd and Diana Byrd Bryant.
Also in the Museum were Larry Burnett and Margaret Spence Cannon.
Jerrell Caskey points to his senior picture in the 1960 Bradley High School Yearbook.
The award-winning contraption in the photo below makes ice cream.