W.O. Wilson has sold her residence at 931 Center St. to Dr. Matt L. Ellis, who will occupy it for a home soon.
Twenty-one members of the Girl’s Auxiliary of First Baptist Church will leave at 6:30 a.m. Monday for the GA Pow Wow at Siloam Springs.
Included in the group are to be Val Faser, Mary Ann Holt, Della Landers, Jepo Mobley, Naomi and Ruth Owen, Le Fay Bishop, Susan Carter, Betsy Bridgman, Betty Ann Henry, Martha Davis, Clare Crafton, Delores Dunn, Sandy Bright, Cynthia Hukill, Judith Koon, Kay Smith, Mary Belle Owen, Janice Garrison, Jeanette Lea and Joann Varner.
Counselors attending the encampment will be Mrs. George Owen Jr., and Mrs. Cecil Garrison. Denver Prince will drive the church bus.
Justin W. Tapley of Greenbrier has been named a recipient of a Pastor’s Christian Leadership Scholarship for 1987-88 at Central Baptist College.
He is a son of Jim and Kathey Tapley of Greenbrier.
The renewable scholarships, which cover the full cost of tuition, are awarded to students nominated by their church pastors on the basis of Christian character, leadership ability and academic achievement.
A dozen turkeys were loaded up at Conway Friday and put on the road.
These 12 birds were mounted specimens, the double world slam in hunter’s lingo. Double world slam means two birds of each of the six Western Hemisphere species of turkeys killed in one year by one hunter.
The operation took place under the umbrella of Four Seasons, Inc., the Conway-based company that produces Snake Skin Illusion camouflage material. The designated hunter was Paul Moore of Adona (Perry County), and the exploits were recorded on video by cameraman Jeff Jones of Hattieville (Conway County).
The Four Seasons principals, Jerrell Story, Merrell Story and John L. Nolan, were in charge, assisted by Terry Rhodes and Brice Bowie.