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Junior Tom Kaufman received third place in the
district prepared speaking contest, while senior Ken
Kamenik received second in the district extemporaneous
speaking contest. Both received gold ratings.
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Terry Haldeman, Dave McBride, Gary Clevidence.
Steve Schwan, and Dale Jones composed the District
Meat Iudging Team. The team placed first in the dis-
trict with Dave and Terry placing first and second,
respectively. The state team consisting of Terry, Dave.
and Gary placed fourth in the state of all teams entered
with Terry Haldeman as second high man in the state
FRONT ROW: Mr. CarlE. Nagy, Adviserg D. Twining. Smith, B. Allenbaugh, B. Obrecht. B. Weaver, R.
Sentinelg K. Kamenik, Secretary: C. Baldner, Student Bowen, R. Smith. FOURTH ROW: M. LeMasters, D.
Adviserg D. Harris, President: B. Weaver, Vice-Pres- Easterday. D. McBride, R. Houchin, F. Schuck, D.
identg T. Kaufman, Treasurerg C. Twining, Reporter. Blondheim. I. Applegate, R. Weaver. BACK ROW: D.
SECOND ROW: T. Landfried, M. Bonnell, G. Clevi- Ernsberger, S. Riley, D. Mong, B. Baker, P. Garn,
dence, S. Schwan, D. Jones. R. Russell, W. Graven. R. Martin, T. Haldeman.
G. Dunlap. THIRD ROW: E. Bowen. E. Ricer. E.
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,. Much time and effort must be put into
the teams in order for them to accomplish
their means. The members of the Land
Ken Kamenik, Bob Weaver, Ron Kanzig. Tom
Kaufman, and Bill Weaver fabsentj. were members of
the District Agronomy Team which placed first in the
district with Ken as high individual. The state team
consisting of Ken, Bob, and Tom was also secondhighest
in the state with Ken as third high man in the state.
Four of Hillsdale's six state teams placed in the
top four places in Ohio. Ken Karnenik, the one-man
team in Agricultural Engineering, placed first in the
district and second in the state of all persons participat-
ing. The General Livestock Teams consisting of Carl
Baldner, Charles Twining, Roger Smith, Dave Harris,
Bob Weaver, and Dale Jones placed fifth and thirteenth
in the district, and the Dairy Judging Team consisting
of Charles Twining, Dale Jones, Tom Kaufman, Bob
Weaver, and Bob Obrecht, placed sixth in the district
with Charles Twining second high man in the district.
Judging Team did their best to follow this
philosophy. They were Bob Obrecht. Dave
Harris, Ken Kamenik, Bob Weaver, and
Tom Kaufman. This team placed third
fwith Ken as high many in the district. The
state team consisting of Bob Obrecht, Dave
Harris, and Bob Weaver ranked second in
the state with Bob Obrecht as third high
man in Ohio.
F A Chapter Rated in
Top Ten, 0 Uhio
The Hillsdale FFA can truthfully be called the
most active organization in the school. It was always
busy with the many planned activities and the forma-
tion of the various teams. In addition to each student's
livestock and crop projects, the students sold cider at
the football games, distributed 25,000 garden plants,
and collected over five tons of paper and scrap.
The annual FFA Queen Pageant and Dance was
held February 12, 1966, with nineteen girls participat-
ing. The presence of Miss Jill Bumgardner, State FFA
Queen, and Kirby Barrick, Jr., State FFA President,
added to the festivities when senior Lois Ann Sellers
was crowned 1966 FFA Queen by Susan Armstrong,
the FFA Queen of 1965.
On April 6, 1966, another important event took
place. It was the second Hillsdale FFA Parent-and Son
Banquet. The guest speaker was Mr. Jim Stitzlein of
Loudonville, the National Central Region Vice-Presi-
dent. At the program, special honorary Chapter Farmer
Degrees were presented to Mr. Gene Yeater for his
cooperation and enthusiasm for the FFA organization,
Mrs. Margaret Zody for her planning and preparation of
the banquet, and Mr. Donald Heffelfinger for his help
and assistance to the meat judging teams as team coach.
Everything the Hillsdale Chapter does is an ac-
complishment and is of the highest caliber. As stated
in the title, Hil1sdale's chapter was rated as one of
the top ten in the State of Ohio and received agold
medal superior rating for its achievements. The top
district cooperation award along with the state sectional
top award for the best corn records also went to this
At the state FFA Convention, Charles Twining and
Bob Obrecht had the honor of playing in the State FFA
Band, and the last accomplishment was the reign of
Dave Harris as State Sectional Vice-President, a most
coveted position for any future farmer.
What else can be said except "Congratulations"
to a fine chapter and adviser on such an awarding and
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Glorene Chance was given the award of Betty W
Crocker Homemaker of Tomorrow from Hillsdale by E' ' A :-: All
receiving the highest score on the Betty Crocker Home-
Marilyn Krebs and Janice Hershey were two of
making test taken in December. t
hree hundred and eight girls across the State of Ohio to
receive their State Homemaker's Degrees. They were
presented April 23rd and 24th at the FHA State Con-
vention in Columbus.
FRONT ROW: I. Badertscher, song leader: P. Long, Z. digh, B. Briggs, B. Harris, B. Figley. THIRD ROW:
Myers, recreation leaders: J. Briggs, treasurer: Mrs. S. Jolliff, B. Fulk, N. Freeborn, L. Pinski, C. Bunt-
Margaret Zody, adviser: M. Krebs, vice-president: S. ing, L. Stumbaugh, K. Moore, I. Obrecht, G. Leather-
Armstrong, secretaryg L. Benner, reporter: G. Chance, ow, S. Shibinski, L. Burrell, J. Roberts, S. Harbolt,
historian: J. Workman, County FI-IA President. NOT M. Dennis, P. Helbert, C. Fulk, R. Harbolt, S. Ott.
PICTURED: I. Helbert, president. SECOND ROW: E. FOURTH ROW: R. Wolf, S. Roman, R. Shafer, S.
Eigley, R. Wilfong, L. Sellers, J. Frank, L. Bowen, J. Hardesty, L. Taylor, B. Carl, M. Roman, D. Purvis,
Brookover, M. Ewing, J. Hershey, J. Hoverstock, K. P. Benner, M. Kosse, M. Jones, S. Starr, S. Starr, V.
Fickes, B. Cline, B. Betson, C. Tallmaclge, S. Lei- Schwan, A. Martin, S. Pringle.
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