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Page 56 text:
EFORE the dark of night had left the earth,some
of the Argonauts went from the ship. They gath-
hered together and they came to a path which
led them into a strange country called Waterloo
When they came nigh to this new place,they
Saw mHUY Strange machines and from a dlstence they heard the
voices of many people. Large buildings were filled with cattle,
and now they could hear much howling, as from the hounds of
Hades, all around them. Fearful indeed grew this howling as they
came near.They almost turned to flee. Then Hr. Hatle,their lead-
er, brought them into the'aenSe crowd of people.
The Argonauts scattered,and each one found a place where he
satisfied his own desires. They saw many interesting things. In
the afternoon they gathered again at
hippodrome. Here the saw gladiators, gayly dec- Waterloo
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and dalmation dogsl
And when the stars had gathered
leader, Mr. Hatle, and their guide, Mr
Boe, brought them back to the Argo with
the din of the multitudes still in
their ears. During the next few weeks a
cold November breeze brought the Argo-
nauts to another land which from a dis-
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When the feast was finished, sail was set into the sea of
Albert Lea. They brought their ship near to the giants of Free-
Here they were welcomed by a manager who had heard of the
voyagers and their quest. They stayed and worked hard for vict-
ory, but a loss was to befall them. As they played they were
overpowered by the Freeborn Giants. They who had braved so many
seas and won so many battles lost this one, but they fixed their
oars and set sail again with the morning breeze.
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Faster and faster did the men row until they came to fields.
in which corn had been planted and from which sprang golden ears.
Quickly the Argonauts scattered themselves and gathered the gold-
en ears.And when they had done this they brought all they could
carry, back. In the agricultural hold of the Argo, the corn was
arranged in orderly piles and displayed ln a beautiful hall which
was decorated with blue and gold, These colors represented the
blue sky and gold corn. The home economics hold was decorated
in the same colors and here was a display of the best po king
and sewing in the country.
All the men of the land were called in to view Show
these piles of gold which they had raised, They listened to the
speeches of Mr. Rinke from the university. All the ladies Came
to the Argo to learn. the art of cooking as it was demonstrated
by Mrs. Zella Duncan. She showed them new ways of cooking and
gave them new ideas which she had learned,
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