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Jerome Hruska, woodworking and metals instructor, inspects the Shown working on projects for metals class are Gerald Smith lleftj
edge of Mike Short's woodworking project.
Though the three shop classes-metals,
woodworking, and drafting-are separate
courses, they are all interrelated. An example
of this teamwork occurred this year when
advanced drafting students Gayle Woods and
Bob Tallmon designed a sheet metal dust
guard for the woodworking class's circular
, saw. The device was subsequently constructed
by the metals class and will probably be in
use for years to come.
and Loren Mclntire.
Drafting and woodworking teacher Donald Butler checks over Junior Larry Fogle's drawing for
Page 58 text:
Future Farmers for T967-68 are, Back row: R. Davis, R. Ward, M. Trost, J. Wolf, R. Farber, T. Sevier, L. Vest, S. Page, F. Taylor, and J. Ford. Third
row: D. Winlcler, D. Gross, D. Marpin, G. Knuth, S. Hayes, C. Looney, D. Mercer, C. Pashek, and D. Martin, Second row: W. Knuth, M. Miller, G. Hart-
sook, G. White, J. McFee, D. Boyd, B. Booth, and R. Sterling. First row: C. Hribal ltrecrsurerj, W. Herbel freporterj, D. Abel lpresidentj, Mr. Hunsick-
er, D. Johnson lvice-presidentj, W. Feldhacker fsecretaryj, and D. Chapman lsentinelj.
Dave Johnson llefti, FFA vice-president, instructor Evert Nunsicker, and FFA President Doug Abel
look at plans for the new ag building, which will be ready for the T968-69 school year.
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Although membership in Future Farmers of
America is not required 'of those taking Voca-
tional Agriculture, all the Creston Ag students
are members of the local FFA chapter. ln
their freshman year, the boys study breeds of
livestock, sophomores investigate feeds, ani-
mal nutrition, and field crops, juniors study
soils and conservation, and seniors concen-
trate on farm management. FFA provides out-
side experience along the same lines plus
opportunities to expand fields of interest.
One of the highlights of the year for the
chapter members concerned the school
board's approval of a new 40' X 80' steel
building that will house the ag department
starting in the Fall of 1968.
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Joyce Kingery, Janette Mickey, Andreo Sullivan, Helen McGinnis, LaDonna Cindy Osborne constructs a prom gown os on
Pettit, and Sharon Tame listen attentively during a discussion. extra project.
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