• Richard S. “Dick” Barnett, Jr. Richard S. “Dick” Barnett, Jr.

    Richard S. “Dick” Barnett, Jr. was born March 4, 1906 in Pine Bluff, Arkansas. He was educated in Pine Bluff public schools, and attended Washington and Lee University where he received an AB degree in 1927. In addition Mr. Barnett […]

  • L. Clyde Carter L. Clyde Carter

    L. Clyde Carter was born June 10, 1909 in Warren, Arkansas. He graduated from Monticello High School in 1928, then graduated from the University of Arkansas College of Agriculture in 1931, with a major in agronomy. He did graduate work […]

  • Orval A. Childs Orval A. Childs

    Orval A. Childs received his Masters degree from Louisiana State University, after completing undergraduate degrees at Magnolia A&M and Oklahoma A&M. Mr. Childs taught vocational agriculture for 7 years and taught at Magnolia A&M (which became Southern Arkansas University) for […]

  • Waldo Frasier Waldo Frasier

    Waldo Frasier was one of the most important leaders in the establishment of the modern day Arkansas Farm Bureau. During his years with Arkansas Farm Bureau, Mr. Frasier served as Executive Secretary from 1935 until 1955. He was the Executive […]

  • Dwight L. Morris Dwight L. Morris

    Dwight L. Morris was instrumental in organizing Ozark Milk Producers in Fayetteville, Arkansas in 1955 and was the first President of the organization. After several mergers this organization, in 1969, became part of Associated Milk Producers, Inc., the largest dairy […]

  • Harold F. Ohlendorf Harold F. Ohlendorf

    Harold F. Ohlendorf has been a leader of leaders and is probably most widely known for his contribution to agriculture as the 16-year president of the Arkansas Farm Bureau Federation. He also served as a member of the Board of […]

  • Romeo E. Short Romeo E. Short

    Romeo E. Short was born in Illinois, but was raised in Iowa. He graduated from the teachers college in Cedar Falls and then left for Canada where he began farming wheat. World War I interrupted his farming career when he […]

  • Charles Austin “C. A.” Vines Charles Austin “C. A.” Vines

    Charles Austin “C. A.” Vines was best known throughout the state as the Director of University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service, a post he held from 1952 through 1974. Mr. Vines worked in almost every possible capacity within Extension. He […]

  • Marvin Vines Marvin Vines

    Marvin Vines was a graduate of the University of Arkansas with a B.S. degree in agriculture. He served as County Supervisor for the Farmers Home Administration in Lincoln County from 1938 to 1941. He was a County Extension Agent in […]

  • Dr. John W. White Dr. John W. White

    Dr. John W. White was a public servant of agricultural interests in Arkansas for a span of over 39 years. At the University of Arkansas Dr. White served as county agent, research supervisor, instructor, extension specialist, Rice Branch Experiment Station […]