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Julie Sturgeon reigned as FFA sweetheart.
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Members of the barnwarming royal court include Danny
Rush, Bunny Merrit, Bob Smith, Julie Sturgeon, Linda
Cook, and David Feeler.
FFA Wins Many Awards
Barnwarming, wilder and gayer than ever, was fur-
ther enhanced by the coronation of Julie Sturgeon as
the Future Farmers of America sweetheart in November.
A dance was held in the vocational agriculture and shop
building after the "green hands" fnew membersj were
initiated to help them get acquainted with old members.
Future Farmers attended district, state, and national
conventions as well as entering and winning serveral
agricultural contests. A National FFA DairyCattle Trophy
was won by Dan Rush, David Feeler, and Denzil Hills,
Robert Smith was named State Chapter Farmer, Larry
Perry, Star Chapter Farmer. State FFA Gold Medals
were awarded to Ronald Chitwood Cpublic speakingJgLa.rry
Perry Cdairy productsjg David Phelps Cfield cropsbg David
Williams, Steve Adam, William Rush Csoilsj.
Not only did FFA boys sponsor barnwarming and a
parent-son banquet in the spring, but they also voluntarily
assumed responsibility for the upkeep of Lions Memorial
Football Field and the landscaping of a hillside at the
rear of Rolla Senior High.
Club leaders were: Bob Smith, presidentg David
Feeler, vice-president, Ronald Chitwood, secretary5Denzi1
Hills, treasurer, George Black, sentinel, Larry Perry,
chaplain, and Jack Fleming, parliamentarian.
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Future Farmers a.re: Row 1--B, Smith, G, Black, R.
Chitwood, L, Perry, D, Hills, D, Feeler, J. Greig, Mr.
Smith. Row 2--J, Tankersley, E, Lortz, G, Wagoner,
J, Francis, B, Rees, G, Haas, C, Baker, D, Grisham,
J, Fleming, R, Heck, R, Cox, C, Barnes, E,Davis,
A. Sachs, R. Pogue. Row 3--T, Turner, R, Harris,
J, Hunt, J, Williams, C, Montgomery. Row 4--B, Rush,
D, McCracken, M, Williams, R, Shyles, L, Montgomery,
A, Hughes, W, Maxwell, C, Allison, R, Chitwood, A,
Johnson. Row 5--A, Arthur, P, Ford, M, Hall, G, Doerr,
J, Arthur, J, Dillon, A, Harlan, R, Davis, M, Davis, K,
Davis, D, Rush. Row 6--R, Hildreth, J, Green, A, Salts,
D, Arthur, M, Poeppelmeyer, D, Williams, K, Davis,
S, Adams, R, Reese, D, Tucker.
Outstanding FFA boys
tion from sponsor
James Smoth at their
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100 FHA Girls Attend Conference
Mrs. Retha Castleman, sponsor, demonstrates the art of
flower arranging as Bob Harlem, the only male student
in the home economics department, looks on.
Future Homemakers are: Row l--L, Happel, B. Glid-
well, P, Agee, W, Keeney, P, Curtis, J. Penfie1d,S,
Knight, Mrs. Castleman. Row 2--N. White, P, Bowers,
P, Hensley, P, Greckson, J, Andeiecke, L, Matlock, L.
A regional meeting entitled "Neighbors Near and
Far" highlighted this yea.r's accomplishments of the
Future Homemakers of America CFHAJ. One hundred
girls from the local chapter attended the conference
at Lake of the Ozarks, Mo. in October.
Other activities of Rolla's young homemakers in-
cluded building a fourth-place homecoming float, sewing
bags for Vietnamese children, and holding a Mother-
Daughter banquet in May.
Pearl Agee served as president of FHA, which
seeks to improve personal, family, and commlmity liv-
ing. Barbara Glidwell acted as vice-president, Beverly
Rogers as secretary, and Penny Curtis as parliamen-
The Betty Crocker Homemaker Award for excel-
lence in the field of vocational home economics was
received by Dianne Myers.
Jacobs, L, Loughridge, P, Masterson. Row 3--J, Jordan,
T, Harris, G, Turner, J, Kidwell, B, Hendrix, B, Black,
K. Prouty, C. Shivers, W. Bell, A, Harland, V. Wagner.
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