A.H. Allen and family are moving today into the residence at 1930 College Ave., which he recently purchased through the Shaw & Company Agency. Mr. Allen is an engineer with the SCS staff here.
Max Johnston was elected president of the Quitman chapter of the Future Farmers of America Wednesday.
Other new officers are Larry Patterson, vice president; Roy Jones, secretary; Boyd Rothwell, treasurer; Michael Powers, reporter; T.J. Shaw, sentinel; Jimmy Moore, junior advisor; Charles Burroughs and Benny Evans, delegates.
Three Conway students have been named to the Student Host Committee for the 1987-88 academic year at Hendrix College.
They are Mike Allen Brorman, a sophomore and son of Mrs. Doris Zinser; Nicolas Bernard Lasker, a senior and son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lasker; and Luke Joseph Moix, a sophomore and son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moix.
Returning to the committee is Stephen Arthur Swartzel, a junior and son of Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Swartzel Sr. of Conway.
Committee members host prospective students and their parents and provide transportation and overnight accommodations when necessary.
Conway Superintendent James Simmons read to students at Marguerite Vann Elementary School on Friday in honor of International Literacy Day, which is today. Simmons read some children’s favorites such as “Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.” It is estimated that 875 million of the world’s adults do not know how to read or write.