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Chicago. r i b u t e Matel FFA j contact be the U.S. notices office Lanesboro MABEL, Minn. (Special) -Randy Snell, president of the Mabel-Canton FFA Chapter, was named chapter star farmer at the annual banquet here Saturday. He was master of ceremonies for the affair. Darrell Hartle, Owatonna, State FFA secretary, was speaker. Dean Housker reviewed the year's activities. Honorary farmer d e g were awarded to Kenneth Brandenberger for his help in the Mabel invitational; M a r l Snell, father of the chapter president; Leonard Arneson and Bernard Housker. Bonnie Faa was named chapter sweetheart. Other candidates were Connie Wennes, Christy Norby, Miss Faa and Jacque Kvam and they were presented by retiring chapter sweethearts, L i n d a and Sue Boyum. Sue Ruehman, District 6 FHA president, and Pam Miller, local president, the group, wjnnm ^ ^ r 12,-| awards were Ro]Ijs willia ^ Si dairy; Randy Snell, livestock; Sverre Dahl, crops; Robert Housker, forestry and farm and home improvement; Tom Breikprecher, poultry; Jim j Horihan, f a r m mechanics; cows Scen- days 4- Hardie a milk:sieve Knudsen, safety;"Robert in j Housker, Ronnie Welper and milk- Brian Aberg, scholastic awards, and Randy Snell, Robert Housker, Steven Knudsen, Dean Housker, Rollis Williams and R a y W i l l i a m s awards.