S.F. Skinner has sold her residence at 1143 Ash St. and an adjoining lot to Police Chief Albert Jones, who with his family will occupy it as their home. Mrs. Skinner plans to return to Dallas, Texas, to reside.

Sharon Hockenbury, who won the Miss Congeniality title in the 1962 Miss Conway Pageant, will be Conway’s entry in the Miss Hospitality contest that begins next Monday in Little Rock.

The week-long contest thus far has 26 entries.

A reunion of the descendents of the late Milton Absolem and Effie Lee Harrison Looney was held recently at the Ben Few United Methodist Campground near Princeton (Dallas County). About 72 persons attended the event.

Attending from Faulkner County were Linda Turner of Mayflower; Dale, Anita and Shannon McPheeters of Vilonia; and Margaret, Glenn and Katheryn Hammond of Conway.

Becki Henry, a 5-foot-6 guard from Mount Vernon-Enola, has signed a letter of intent to play basketball for Central Baptist College. Henry, who was one of the top scorers for the Lady Warhawks last season, was named all-conference, all-region and a member of the All Faulkner County team. She also made the Lake Area All-Star team, selected by the Heber Springs Sun-Times. Joining the signing are her mother, Judy, and Tommy McMillan, CBC women’s basketball coach.