J. Bruce Greeson of Conway, ranking district supervisor of the bureau of narcotics, United States treasury department, has been transferred from Seattle, Wash., to Kansas City as headquarters and is now supervisor of district No. 11, comprising the states of Missouri, Kansas, Oklahoma and Arkansas. Mr. Greeson, though absent from Conway for many years in government service, still maintains his citizenship here and he and Mrs. Greeson cast their votes here at each election. He has subscribed for the Log Cabin Democrat Daily Edition continuously since leaving Conway and it is now going to his new address in Kansas City.
Miss Elizabeth McHenry’s two-story home at 615 Losuct Ave., has been sold to the McNutt Funeral Home, it was disclosed today.
Robert A. McNutt said that Miss McHenry will continue to live in the home for an indefinite period, but eventually he expects to remove the house or tear it down and use the four lots on which the home is located for parking for the funeral home.
McNutt said he purchased four lots all together. All of them are 50 feet wide and two face on Locust Avenue and two on Grove Street. Each lot is 150 feet deep.
Miss McHenry is an instructor in mathematics at Hendrix College.
The house was he home of her late parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.S. McHenry, for many years.
McNutt several years ago purchased from the Atkinson estate a house and lot at Oliver and Scott streets and the home was removed from the area. He added he will have little use for this property following purchase of the McHenry lots, but that he expects to retain ownership for the present.
Hope Howell of Vilonia was named Junior Miss Arkansas Strawberry in a pageant sponsored by the Bald Knob Jaycees Sunday, May 17.
Miss Howell, 15, is a daughter of Bobby and Laura Howell. The title makes her eligible to compete in the Miss Arkansas Teen-age U.S.A. pageant, scheduled in the fall at the Excelsior Hotel in Little Rock.
Miss Howell was sponsored in the Bald Knob pageant by Viki Teague at the Village Center.
Jackie Black, layout coordinator for the Log Cabin Democrat, presented a certificate for a $200 savings bond from First Community Bank to winning graduate, Katrina Wolverton. She is the granddaughter of Debbie Brucks.