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FFA Members Mark National Week vocational agriculture stu- observing National Future America Week. Malakoff e in a variety of activities, some of which are pictured on this page. Above. Reginal Coleman, Tony Ciardo. and Sid Baker steamclean a flatbed truck. FFA MEMBERS pose round hay bale carrier they in their farm emchanics he carrier will handle a 1,500 pound bale. In the picture are Ricky Mason, Mark Sullivan, Mike Munroe, Joe Yarbrough, Tommy Lee, Tommy Dickerson, Jimmy Davis. and Jimmy Robertson. RAISING a variety of farm animals are projects for local FFA members. SEVERAL local FFA members partici- pate in the cooperative parttime training program, in which they work parttime in agriculturally related jobs while attending school. Owen Robert- son works at Nay-Tax Feed Store. Toby Onstott is shown here with a registered Santa Gertrudis heifer, PREPARING for the Henderson County Livestock Show, April 16 through April 19, these Malakoff FFA members, under the direction of vocational agriculture teachers Johnny Mattingly and H.H. Cade, are feeding their animals as part of the production agriculture class. In the top photo is Chick Driver, with his Duroc gilt. Tommy Lee is shown with his Hereford heifer; and Sid Baker is pictured with his Duroc gilt. _. EK February 20, 1975 - MALAKOFF NEWS - Page 3 .L e No, I FEBRUARY 15-22 A SOLID BACKGROUND IN HELPS MAKE A SOLID FARMING TECHNIQUES AMERICA FOR ALL TO ENJOY The Future Farmers of America are constantly working to improve all aspects of farming technology. They guide the farm community youth " toward constructive, worthwhile endeavors. The FFA take much pride in their work, as well they should, for helping to build sound futures for the young is an endless task and they welcome the challenge. Sponsored By ! EITIZEN5 00STATE BANK ?.'. South Gate ., [: .v Cedar Creek Lake