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Page 42 text:
Fa Fl A.,
The F. F. A. CFuture Farmers of America? is a Hational Organization
of farm boys, organized for the purpose of promoting interest and ability
in Agriculture. The local chapter has been organized two years, and this
year carried a membership of twenty boys,
Last Fall, the F. F. A. in cooperation with the R, O. H, sponsored a
two-day Community Fair at the school house. The receipts from the TF2ir
were to be used in furthering the work of the Organization throughout the
year. The Fair consisted of different classes of exhibits for which prom
inns were paid, Commercial displays and exhibits by the business men of
the town, carnival acts and side shows put on by outside organizations,
and a major entertainment of a Minstrel show the last night, put on by
the boys themselves.
Part of the receipts were used to finance a trip to Chicago to at-
tend the International Livestock Show in December. Seven of the local
boys spent five days in Chicago visiting the Livestock Show, Union Stock-
yards, Swift's 'Fackinig Plrnit, Chicago Boar'd of' Trai'.'e', 'li-arshall.-Fields De-
partment Store, Field's Museum, Adler Planetarium, Municipal Airport, and
the Merchandise Mart, as well as other points of interest in down - town
Other activities of the Organization during the year were: The
starting of a Purebred Swine Chain for the purpose of increasing the nun-
bcr of Purebred animals in the conmunityg the sponsoring of a Parent-Son
and Daughter Banquet in cooperation with the R. O. H.: the participation
of F. F. A., basketball and soft ball temnsg the participation in State
Livestock and grain judging contest at Columbus, The group also took
part in the district public speaking contest with Ralph Krabill as com-
testant for the second straight year.
m s w s s s s
The farmer works in the field all day,
And when itfs ready, he harvests the hay.
He sells his crops at the market place
And earns some money for his wife some lace.
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HMM is for Mugwump, the sohoolfs news sheet:
Here are its editors for you to greet,
Harold Carter, Auuetta Sherwin, Nancy MeGuff, Betty
Davis, Betty Strong, Leroy Haley,
Mildred Weidenan, Margaret
tha Christy, Dolores Long,
Tyler, Arthur Repp, Mar-
Deyid Matteson, Wreta Mace, Hilton Blough, Nina Leh-
man, Betty Zehner,
Editor ------------- W - - Nina Lehman
Features --------------- Leroy Haley
Sports -------F---- H - - - Junior Blough
M - - - - - - - - - - - - A - - - - - - Arthur Repp
Art- ------- ' --------- Margaret Tyler
Greie Reporter H -----'----- Nancy HeGuff
Reporters ----s-- Marthn,ChriotyQ Betty Strong
David Matteson, Betty Zehner, Betty Davis,
Wrote Mace, Dolores Long. P
Production - - - -
Stencils H - - 4 -
Faculty Advisor- -
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- - - - Harold Garter
- - - Leroy Haley
-Sorior Typing Glass.
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' 1D!UIl.2 ANNWUAXIL
NNN is for Necessity of the F. F. A.
To Teach boys to milk and how to make hay.
, -Y -l 7 I7 'hi
F, F. A., A
Robert Herman, Robert Yarnell, Ralph Krabill, Frank
Sacha, Eugene Uhl, Dwight Keltz.
Robert Dunlap, - Harry
Mr. Beasley, Junior Metsker,
Walmer, Eugene Lehman, Allan
Richard Thompson, Andy
Herman, Robert Giet.
Mike Marko, Bernard Jeffers,
Marko, Dale Beichler, Junior
President ---- Frank Sacha
Vice President- - Dale Litman
Secretary ---- Eugene Uhl
Treasurer - - - Ralph.KraEill
Reporter ----- Andy Marko
Watch Dog - - Robert Yarnell
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LEARHING TO DO,
A DOING TO,LEARN,
EARNING TO LIVE,
LIVING TO SERVE.
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