Miss Lola Herring of Guy, the only girl to have a cow in the 4-H dairy show exhibit at the courthouse here yesterday, won first place in a judging contest staged in connection with the exhibit of animals, E.D. Bell, county agent, announced today.
Miss Herring competed in a free-for-all judging contest of four mature cows to win a $5 cream can, donated by Swift & Company. The cows were judged for type and butterfat production.
Bill K. Norman has sold his interest in Woof Mfg. Co., Inc., to Tollie F. Ford and is forming a company of his own, he said today.
Norman was vice president and general manager of Wood, manufacturer of fishing lures.
Norman and Ford purchased the controlling shares in Wood last summer from Lee Shock. Norman’s sale to Ford occurred about two weeks ago.
Norman said he could not disclose at this time the nature of his new business or where it would be located. He said it may not be located in Conway.
Steve Kinslow, 26, recently returned to the United States after serving a two-year mission in Brazil for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
He is a son of Lee and Regina Kinslow of Conway.
He is working as a representative in the field of financial asset management and plans to continue his education in Arkansas.
Teachers of the Year for the Conway School District are Lisa Myers, a teacher at Julia Lee Moore Elementary School for the past five years; Debbie Wahl, a gifted and talented specialist at Bob Courtway Middle School; Chris Bing, a teacher and coach at Carl Stuart Middle School; Kimberly Starr, a family literacy teacher at the Conway Adult Education Center; Susan Hampton, a first-grade teacher at Jim Stone Elementary School; Clara Martin, a teacher at Florence Mattison Elementary School for 18 years; Molly Walchuk, biology teacher at Conway High School-East; Anna Boudreaux, an English teacher at Conway High School-West; Alisa Paladino, a fourth-grade teacher at Ellen Smith Elementary School for three years; Sharon Nichols, Conway High School French teacher; Martha Bumpers, a fourth-grade teacher at Sallie Cone Elementary School for 10 years; Mary Jones, a fourth-grade teacher at Ida Burns Elementary School for 28 years; and Melissa Ennis, a teacher at Theodore Jones Elementary School.