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Page 63 text:
Frederick said he hadn't because the directions said cucumbers
should be planted on hills and his garden was perfectly level.
When the warm breeze of spring came, the Argonauts anchored
and Mr. Hatle and his group went forth upon the ground. Here
they went into barns and pastures where they saw cattle and foul
of the earth. With the knowledge they had gathered, they judged
the cattle according to their fitness and quality. They went
from farm to farm even unto late evening, judging to acquire a
standard so great that they might enter a contest.
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Many days were spent in this work until these Argonauts
knew well the best cattle and foul. Then the Argonauts, were
grouped into teams which went to the state Judging contest. When
Mr. Hatle began picking his teams, he called upon the boys to
find out how much each knew and who would be best to carry out
the task. And then he called upon Raphael King and asked him to
Compare two kinds of beef cattle. Raphael stood up and said,
"OHS beef animal has deeper hams than the other."
Page 62 text:
HOSE Argonauts who were in the agricultural hold
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,H gg MH banded together to form the Future Farmers of
E Americag and as the days were dull because they
had had no new adventures, Mr. Hatle announced a
FE D Father-Son banquet for all those who belonged to
their group. At last after great preparation the time arrivode
The group had turned their hold into a feasting hall decorated
with their favorite colors, blue and gold, ' '
- A feast was prepared by Miss Christianson pather-50n
and the girls of the home economics hold. They Banquet
served the men and their sons: and as they passed through the
hall, they heard the sounds of much gayety. After all had feast'
ed, Herman Klapper1ch,who was toastmaster, stood before them and
told the eager fathers of their sons' suceess and the worthwhile
ambitions of the group, He then asked Mr. B. J. Huseby to speak
saying that the captain, Mr, Sorknes, was ill and could not come
to the feast. l A
Now, when Mr, Huseby had finished, Mr. Ulven spoke. Pe told
a story about Mr. Huseby, who went into a Jew's store to buy a
pair of pants. The Jew wanted 35.oog but Huseby also was a Jew
and Jewed him down to .50 and then thought he should have two
pair for that price. g
To settle the laughter Herman played an accordian solo. He
then introduced Mr, Glesne. nThls being an agricultural banquet
we should hold it such,u he said. wgne day I overheard a conver-
sation between Leonard Vogt and Frederick Bolton, Leonard asked
Frederick if he had planted an5,sueumbebs in his garden.
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Before they went, Mr. Hatle said, UBut the judging that I
would have you do is hard for a great hero, even. Know that at
the university farm, yonder, there are many well-bred animals
that you must judge. If you cannot accomplish what I want you
to accomplish, you will have to come back from the city empty
handedg for it is not right that a good Judging team Cannot
show itself with honor.
Whilst the Judging Argonauts were out among cattle, the
rest of the agriculture Argonauts had regular
sessions called Future Farmers of America. At Farmers
these meetings they decided a course they were to
use, for a successful year. And after they met, they had lunch
Raphael King, who was their chief chef, was the best hand at
The Argonauts decided that one of their members should rope
resent them is the State Future Farmer Band for the fall pf 1940
Paul Larson was chosen, so next fall he will tfavel SeDaP6te1Y
from the Argonauts into the place called Kansas City Missouri.
In order that, he might do this the other-Araonauts pruned and
Many of the Ar-gonauts who had come on this ' long voyage
formed a group known as the 4H club. These youths were under
the guidance of Mrs. Wallace Johnson and Mr. Noel Hatle. They
did many wonderful things, and a record of great dead was left
by them. This group was called the nAdams Full O'PepU club. One
tour was taken, to Wildwood Park where they enjoyed a picnic, and
an ice cream social was sponsored by them later in the season.
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