B.G. (“Pat”) Harrison, who will succeed Fred M. Bollen as county examiner Oct. 1, has removed to Conway from Mt. Vernon. Mr. Harrison has been superintendent of the school at Mt. Vernon for several years. He and his family are residing at 333 Donaghey Ave. Mr. and Mrs. Harrison have two girls, Patsy Matt and Mary Ruth, and two boys, Ben Barner and William Floyd Nathaniel Harrison.
Mr. Bollen present examiner, will again be superintendent of the Vilonia school and Smith-Hughes vocational teacher this year. The Vilonia school opens Oct. 4.
Archie Donald King, son of Mrs. Juanita Murle King of Greenbrier, enlisted in the Navy at the U.S. Navy recruiting station in Little Rock Sept. 6.
Young King is now at the Naval Training Center in San Diego, Calif., where he will receive nine weeks recruit training. After training and a few days back in Greenbrier, he will be assigned to one of the Navy’s aviation schools.
Conway’s Allen Mally won the boys division Saturday in high school competition in the Ouachita Baptist Invitational cross country meet at Arkadelphia.
The Conway boys won their division among 18 teams and 135 runners. Conway had 58 points for first place.
Mally won in 15:54. Conway’s Tim Miller finished fourth overall in 16:29. Others scoring for Conway were Greg Eason, 13th, 17:09; John Weatherford, 16th, 17:27; and 24th, Kevin McKenna, 18:08.
Natalie Ellen Shepherd of Conway has been called to serve as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in the Guatemala City Central Mission.
She is a daughter of Beckie Shepherd of Conway and Gordon Shepherd of North Little Rock. Shepherd is a 1997 Conway High School graduate and a 2001 Brigham Young University, Hawaii campus, where she received a bachelor’s degree in social work.