Cecil Lane shot and killed a 19-pound wild turkey gobbler while hunting early Wednesday morning on Alum Fork creek in Saline County. Lane was accompanied by B.C. McCord.

Howard Canten, a Conway photographer, was elected governor of District 7-S by the Lions International state convention in Little Rock Sunday.

Other district governors elected include J.A. (Ike) Tomlinson of Jonesboro in District 7-A, M.C. Lewis Jr. of Hot Springs in District 7-K and Dr. O.J. Ratcliff of North Little Rock in District 7-N.

Margaret Arnett, bride-elect of Kenneth Moix, was honored recently at a miscellaneous shower given at the home of Mrs. Felix Moix Jr. of Conway.

Co-hostesses were Libby, Verena, Patty, Peggy and Sue Moix, Mary Jo Massery and Teresa Tyler, all of Conway.

Special guests attending from Vilonia were Susan and Jody Arnett, mother and sister of the honoree, respectively. Special guests from conway were the prospective groom’s mother, Anita Moix, his sister, Mandy Moix, and his grandmother, Mrs. Troy Moix.

Miss Arnett and Mr. Moix will exchange wedding vows at 7 p.m. Friday.

When Bob Nabholz died Monday morning at his home, the news shocked the city and his peers in the industry. His legion of friends and associates, people who were close to him and others who only knew of him through the plethora of media accounts, mourned his loss. A renowned and eminent figure, a colossus in the construction industry in Conway, the state and the nations, was lost to ages.

Nabholz, the fifth child in a family of six boys and six girls, born and raised on a small farm adjacent to the Conway city limits, became a giant in the construction industry. His name became synonymous with excellence in the building trades as he directed a company that has been ranked in the top 400 in the United States since 1986.