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Page 63 text:
Some of the projects that were taken up are:
Corn show: On November l, 1940 the F. F. A. sponsored
the 3rd annual field run contest and corn show. From 21 dife
ferent varieties of 50 hills each, 106 samples of hybrid and
open pollinated corn were used.They picked, shelled,and computed
the yields of all the samples. Ralph F. Grim of the University
Farm spoke on UNew Developments in Hybrid Corn.U M. J. Schmitz
had the winning sample. It was pioneer 555 with 97.5 bushels
For the purpose of experiments with potatoes,' the F. F. A.
has rented a piece of land south of the schoolhouse. It is rent-
ed on a share crop basis. The F. F. A. gets two thirds of its
crop, which they intend to sell to cover the cost of operation
The owner receives one third of the crop for rent.
The F. F. A. boys have
agreed to plant and weed the
potato patch during the sum-
mer months. Different methods
'Lx gifs ii H. of planting and spraying for
A fi " bugs will be used. The boys
AE 55 hope they will be successful
in setting a good example of
how this work should be done.
Page 62 text:
THIRD ROWH-Richard Jo nsong Kerm1U:K1efer, Virgil Bergene,Mr.
Hatle, Paul Larson, Edgar Meister, Donald Johnson,
Donald Bissen. -
SECOND ROW--Byron Lewlson, Donald Larson, Maurice Severson,
Wilfred Theme, Willard Anderson, Robert Klapperich
FIRST ROW--Raymond Hagen, Raphael King, Robert Barthelme, Urban
Heimer, Donald Krebsbach, Herbert Schaefer.
F. F. A.
ffieers of the F. F. A. for the years 1940-1941
are: President, Paul Larsong Vice President, Kermit
Keiferg Secretary, Edgar Meisterg Reporter,Rbbert
Klapperichg Watch Dog,R1chard Johnsong and, Advisor,
Mr. Hatle., l
The F. F. A. holds regular meetings twice a month on the
2nd and 4th Mondays. There are 21 members in the F. F. A
and all are very active.
Page 64 text:
JUNIOR AND SENIOR BANQUET
-n May 25, 1940 the Juniors and Seniors witnessed
the nBig Broadcast of the Year.n The broadcasting
A K! station was AHS, held in the Fox Hotel in Austin,
After a delicious meal, Diet of Stars, the station went
on with the program which was sponsored by Byron 's WMoro
Shine Toe Nail Pllish.N Bernard Canney, the toastmaster, and
Paul Larson, master of ceremonies, introduced the speakers
for the evening. The Globe Trotter, Herman Klapperiok, read
the Senior Class Prophecy, and Vernon Winkels read the Senior
Glass Will. When Margaret Duggan, the song bird of the Peach
and Blue Net Work, had finished warbling a solo, Harlie Mao
Narthy, Kermit Kiefer, and Neddie Wurgen, Roy Torgerson , put
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