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DAIRY HERD IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION
FRONT ROW: Bill Hann, Stan Logterman, Willis Blakely, Harold Todd. SECOND ROW: John Erickson, Bill Tompson, Andy Tcrpstra, Mr. Holman. BACK ROW: Bill Thomas, John Creidanus, Gary Randall, and Dean Logterman.
Mr. Holman and the 48 members of the Future Farmers of America have been very busy this year. The FFA was well represented at the Milwaukee State Fair, the Walworth County Fair, the Jr. Livestock Show, and the Spring Market Hog Show, winning many of the championships. At the National Convention, the Delavan-Darien FFA was one of the two schools in Wisconsin which received a gold award for their activities in school. Judging teams coached by Mr. Holman did very well in the events they entered.
This year's officers were Cary Randall, president; Dick Locy, vice-president; Albeit Brown, secretary; Bill Thompson, reporter; Bob Jones, treasurer; and Ray Tucker, sentinel.
FRONT ROW: Bob Jones, Cary Randall, and Albert Brown. SECOND ROW: Ray Tucker, Richard Locy and Bill Thompson.
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KARI VISITS U S.
Kari Korpela came to D-DHS shortly before the 1962-63 school year from Kausala, Finland, where he lived with his parents, and older sister, who own a small furniture factor)'. In Dclavan, Kari lived with the Jerome Matson family.
Kari attended a private boarding school near his home. He studied Swedish, Cerman, physics, chemistry, and biology. Kari speaks four languages: English, Finnish, Swedish, and German.
After he returned to Finland in June, Kari planned to study medicine, possibly in Switzerland.
While at D-DHS, Kari was on the B honor roll. He also participated in extracurricular activities; student council, of which he was an honorary member, swim team, madrigal, the musical, and debate club. Kari helped win a number of debates, and received excellent and superior ratings at various contests.
Before saying good-by to the U.S., Kari toured the country with other AFS students from many countries.
Pictured below arc Paul Matson and Jennie Schmid who were selected by the local AFS chapter to send applications to the National Committee in New York for consideration in the AFS Americans Abroad Program. Although Jennie and Paul, both Juniors, were top students and participated in many extracurricular activities, they were not selected for the program, because of tire shortage of suitable homes abroad.
AFS PROMOTES PEACE
Two of the major money making projects of the local Adult AFS Chapter and D-DHS Student AFS CLUB last year were the International Night and the AFS Carnival.
International Night was sponsored by the adult committee and held on October 27, 1962, at the high school. The evening featured a filmstrip of Finland and the U.S., an international show in the gymnasium, and deserts representative of many countries of the world.
The AFS Carnival, also held at the high school, was sponsored by the student club. A large number of organizations set up booths, put on skits, and sold refreshments at the carnival. The admission fees and twenty-five per cent of the profits from all the booths, was donated to the AFS treasury.
Both of these money raising projects were quite successful and enjoyed by all who attended them.
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F F A MEMBERS
FRONT ROW: Gary Karstetter, Fred Canser, Frank Woolcy, Dennis Duesterbeck, Loren Johnson, Phylis Stcrken. SECOND ROW: Bill Hann, Harold Todd, John Creidanus, Jerry Matzke, Dennis Kruizenga, Diana VanderVeen. BACK ROW: Burton Monsma, Dean Logtcrman, Ron Hann, Virgil Gorgas, David Schlieger, and Burton Wheeler.
FRONT ROW: Dick Locy, Ralph Clowes, Dennis Smith, Willis Blakely, Stan Logterman, Ernie Peterson. SECOND ROW: Tony Rodriguez, John Erickson, Bill Thompson, Bill Thomas, Ray Tucker, Andy Terpstra, Mr. Holman. BACK ROW: Larry Hintz, Don Hiemstra, Gary Randall, Albert Brown, Jerry Vance, Lewis Peters, and Ray Qu3dc. Not Pictured, James France, Terry Brown, Mike Heller, Mike Skelton, Maurice Sterken, and Bob Jones.
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