The F. F. A. officers and program committee met Monday night to map out the year's program in agriculture. It was decided to hold an evening meeting the third Monday in each month. A committee will be in charge of each meeting. It is planned to invite other chapters and outside speakers for the meetings.
Activity letters will be awarded to the outstanding members in agriculture.
Thirty-two members, including Greenhand, plan to go to Chehalis Friday night for the Greenhand initiation to be put on by the Sequim chapter.
Judging letters have been awarded to Neil Wright, Don Jordon, Ralph Walker, John Clapp and Delbert Brown.
Neil was our representative at the Kansas city National convention. He had the honor to be elected as one of the two official delegates from the state to take part in the business sessions.
Delbert Brown, Gene Burris, Jim Hatfield, John Rankin, Steve Althauser and David Marsh have started their speeches for the public speaking contest. This is the greatest number ever to enter public speaking in the history of the chapter.
There was a Girls' League meeting held Nov. 25th and it was decided to have a Leap Year dance. The freshman repeated the Girls' League creed and all introduced themselves.
The Deacons and Jensens spent Thanksgiving Day in Oregon with relatives.
Bill Miller is building a house by Long's mill.
Cecil Miller started serving hot lunch to the children in the grade school Tuesday, Nov. 5.
Source: The (Lewis County) Advocate, 28 Nov 1940, p. 10. Microfilm available at Washington State Library, 6880 Capitol Blvd. S., Tumwater, WA 98512
Transcribed by Kathryn Lester