Conway High School prospects have been dealt a severe blow by the removal from the city of Walter Tedford, an end, ho was counted upon as one of the mainstays in this year’s Wampus Cat line. Tedford’s father. L.E. Tedford, has secured a position at the state capitol, and the family have removed to North Little Rock.

Young Tedford, who weighs 175 pounds, said he would become a candidate for the North Little Rock High school team. He is an excellent receiver of forward passers. Last season he was one of the best basketball players in this section.

Mr. and Mrs. Wilson B. Duvall entertained with a birthday party Saturday in honor of their daughter’s, Mary Jane, eighth birthday. Mrs. Dorothy Canady and daughter, Martha, friends of the honoree, assisted in serving cake and sherbet punch to the guests. Party favors were presented to each child and pictures were taken. Miss Verna Chrisler was a special guest. She was their teacher in the first grade.

Patsy Hill, dietary manager at Johnson’s Meadowlake Home, attended recently a Dietary Managers Association convention in Pittsburgh.

At the convention, Ms. Hill passed the DMA’s certification exam, which covered administration of dietary planning.

Mitch Reynolds, 14, of Greenbrier, is a national champion ATV racer. In a few months, he will officially receive the title of Grand National TT Champion of the 90-Mod and 90-Superstock Series in the 12 to 15 age group.

In June, Mitch won the Arkansas State Championship in the 90-Mod and 90-Superstock divisions at Twin Creeks Raceway on West Republican Road. This summer he has competed in several national races in Iowa, North Carolina, Ohio, Kentucky and Missouri. With one race left to go in the series, he said, he already has enough points that he cannot lose the title in the final race, even if he doesn’t attend.