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Adams Hugh 5CI'lO0l
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Miss Brand Miss Sanders Vhss Wes?
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Mr. Sorknes was the captain. He had for First Mate, Mr. Glesne,
who was ever with the Argonauts in the assembly, He bade them
pass into the holds of the Argo in which they wished tO'Studya
The holds were marked by a sign entitled, HDa1ly Programn.
Some of the Argonauts went into the commercial hold of the-
ship. They found there Miss Jones, who was to be their lgader.
Others went into the agricultural hold where Mr. Hatle awaited
them. A group went into the home economics department. These
were instructed in the principles of homeemaking by Miss Christ-
ianson, During a part of the day the Argonauts were taught their
native language by Miss Larson. In order that they might be un-
derstood wherever they traveled, Mr, Stegeman directed them in
the art of a universal language, music.
The young Argonauts in the gr:des, who were also learning
the fundamentals that they ' j
might enter as great heroes 9 K
were taught in separate holds. I f
The seventh and eighth group guided ,p Wfb I
by Miss Batalden were about to begin S W N
their life of heroism. Next in line W i:
were the fifth and sixth groups, all LS' , ' "3555E
striving for the day when they should X fzij pg
be at the oars of the Argo They wer l, up
taught by Miss Brandx The third andffourth gradeaswunder Miss
Sanders, and the first and second grades guided by Miss Westman
did not realize that the great voyage would some day be in their
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