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! Thursday, February 22, 1962 THE PERKINS JOURNAL, PERKINS, OKLAHOMA PAGE 11 Carney FFA Member Gets Washington Trip Calvin Anthony, Carney FFA member, will enjoy a two-week trip to Washington, D.C. and the eastern United States during the latter part of April. He won the trip by taking first place in a state FFA oratory contest. Officers of the Carney FFA chapter include Loren Wilson, president; Tommy Miller, vice- ,pre.~dent; Donald , Starling, re- porter; Calvin Anthony, secre- tary; Don Wilson, parliamentar- ian; Fred Hackworth, treasurer; Darry Ellexson, sentinel and James Potter, chaplain. Vocation- al agriculture instructor at Carn- ey is Frank McCalla. CARNEY FFA MEMBERS arc (top row, left to right) Frank Mc. Calla, instructor'; Ctcvcn Oarcia, Jimmy,M&r~t~Donat~llSmith, Paul Caldwell, Thomas McCaslin, Donald Perry, Truman Alford, Ray Santin, Loren Minton and Jim Brown; (second row) Burton Davis, John Corley, Charles Ellex~on, Steven Britton, Ronald Gaither, Ron- Crews, David Perry, Jimmy Se:lers, John Hackworth; (bottom row) J ~::}~:; P:)~ter, Da":'y Ellexson, Loren Wilson, Tommy Miller, Donald SLarling, Calvin Anthony, Donald Wilson and Fred Hack- worth. TRYON FFA officers include (left to right) Leroy Stanton, treasur- er; Herschel Westfall, vice-president; Frank Collins, president, Jim- my Anderson, secretary; Gerry Johnson, reporter; (standing) Bill Price, instructor and John Ba~l, sentinel. Chapter Many, Tryon FFA members did a land office business in the honors de- partment last year under the lead- ership of Instructor Bill P~ice, in- cluding the winning of the Inter- national Pasture and Range judg- ing contest at Oklahoma City. Here are some of the honors earned by the 24-member Tryon chapter at contests throughout the state: Purcell pasture and range judg- ing contest, second; Muskogee pasture and range judging contest, second; Stillwater Interscholastic meet, second; Guthrie Central District pasture and land judging contests, second; Guthrie Central district land judging contest, third; Chandler livestock judging contest, second, and Chandler dary judging contest, third. 2he club was one of four chap- tez s in the state to be named area Soil and Water conservation win. ners in 1959 and 1960. Senior members of the club in- elude Herschel Westfall, Jimmy Anderson, Frank Collins, Phillip Rush and Paul Burrows. Juniors are Leroy Stanton, John Ball, Gerry Johnson, Lewis Hicks, Johnny Bell, Sammy Carder and Allen Ely. Sophomore members are Gary Minshall, J.B. Rush, Danny Car- rell and Charley Gazaway. Freshmen ~nclude Cecil Leach, Carl Wampler, Dewayne Bell, George Meddferd, ~James Tomlin- son, Earl Stanton, Gary Gunter and Vernon Brake. NEED MONEY? Sell Your Royalty For Cash" Contact Box 307 Harland Wells Stillwater I NATIONAL LIFE INSURANCE "Oklahoma's Fastest Growing CompanY" Specializing in Savings Plans, Retirement Plans, Educational Plans and Mortgage Cancellation WALLACE - NORRIS AGENCY (Insurance Counselors.) P. O. Box 738, Stlllwater, Oklahoma Corner of 7th and Husband S~. -- Telephone FRontier 2-3046 Inquerlee an=wered promptly .......... Illl II IlllllI III We congratulate our FFA Boys for their many fine achievements, and salute them during National FFA Week. It is with great pleasure that we offer our ser- vices and products to farmers and future farmers. "GAS FOR LESS"