Jim Pliler Degree part 1

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Jim Pliler Degree part 1 - MAR7IN ALSO HONORED Four From Miami Get FFA...
MAR7IN ALSO HONORED Four From Miami Get FFA Degrees STILLWATER (Special) — Four Miami high schoo seniors received coveted Junior Master Farmer degree today in Stillwater along with some 320 other youth throughout the state. The awards go to Future Farmers of America mem bers who have made outstanding achievements in th field of agriculture. Lt. Gov. George Nigh preseute< the degrees alt the 34th annua Oklahoma FFA convention on th Oklahoma State University cam pus. Miai FFR recipients are Darrel Vanpool, James Pliler, Sonny Booth and Darrell Barnes. Thei vocational . agriculture instructo is Ed Meacham. In recognition for services to the Miami chapter, J. B. (Bus) Martin was named one of the 30 Honorary Junior Farmers at the convention. Martin, manager of the Miam Chamber of Commerce, was given a certificate and gold key befor a gathering'of about 1,500 dele gates and members. State FFA President Larry Bellamy made th honorary presentations. L. T. Moss of Vinita also was among those receiving adul awards. Vanpool ,son of Mr. and Mrs George Vanpool, v Route 2, has an investment of over $19,000 in hi agricultural projects. He is a mem ber of the First Christian churci and • the high:. school j^6fus> gap tain of the track team" y and lifim aged the ^basketball squad. Bar rell's farm production is. centered around 'field cxops and smal grains. >.';.iv Pliler, son of Mr. arid ;Mrs Noble Pliler, Route 1, has fan es timated $2,200 invested in his; livestock livestock projects. James has crops in production as well as beef cattle and swine projects. • He attends the Peoria district Assembly o. God church, is a member of the American Junior Hereford Assn. and has served as chaplain anc parliamentarian chapter. of the Miam Booth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Booth,. Route 3; is the president of the local chapter and has served See FFA on page 3. Still No Trace Of 2 Students Coed Safe After Ordeal on Peak ESTES PARK, Colo. (AP)—Aft er a university coed stumbled t safety on frostbitten feet, moun tain rescuers renewed thei search for two male students los on snowswept Long Peak. Jane Bendixen, 18, a University of Colorado sophomore, wanderec Wednesday night to a mountain home six miles southeast of th« 14,255-foot peak in the north-cen tral Colorado Rockies. Her feet were frostbitten am she bled from cuts on the hand and face suffered in falls on th slippery slopes of the mountain Shej was (taken, to an Estes Park hospital,' ** ; '"- '*•".'««—s-j i-j— .Lost . mountain were; David L. Jones, 18 . , of Webster Groves, Mo., a fresh man at the university; and Princi D. Willmon, 23, of. Fort Smith Ark., a graduate student. Miss Bendixen said she and her two companions climbed the peak Tuesday, then they were caugh in a storm of howling winds am light snow. Unable to descend, they spent that night huddled together together near the top of the peak. They started down the mountain mountain Wednesday, she said. Willmon Willmon was so badly frostbitten by then he holed up in a cave in the ice and ordered the other two to go on. Miss Bendixen said the last

Clipped from Miami Daily News-Record21 Apr 1960, ThuPage 1

Miami Daily News-Record (Miami, Oklahoma)21 Apr 1960, ThuPage 1
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