Joe Zubik -- Katy FFA Boys Break Record on Selling Ads
Katy FFA Boys Break Record on Selling Ads This year the members of the Katy FFA Chapter broke all previous records on the sale of ads. The usually take 9 days selling, but this year it had to be closed on the seventh seventh day. The boys who sold the most was Terry Woods with $425 and Joe Fendley was second with $326. Boys selling more than $200.00 worth were: Lynn Peek, Mike Daniels, Jerry Jerry Otto, Brian Waggoner, Bill Baker, Philip Hoyt, and Lee Beckendorff. Others who sold enough to get an official jacket were: Keith Morton, Frank Fry A. .1. Peek, Dennis Alexander, Clifford Barker, Hddie Woods, Mark Longen- batigh, Terry Stockdick, Stanley Stanley Short,' Robert Moehle. Johnny Gibbs, Willie Orosch- ke. James Herzog, Billy Aidrich Aidrich and Ray Williams. Three other boys Joe Zubik, Marvin Smith and Mark Doss sold enough to get a western work jacket. These boys compose the Finance Committee of the Katy FFA Fat Stock Show. Terry Woods and Joe Fendley are co-chairmen.