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FIRST ROW--Mary Jane Finbraaten,Ruth Larson, Norman Olson
Raymond Olson, Dean Lane, Bernard Hukee, Loris
Larson, Arvella Johnson
SECOND ROWLJohn Wood,Kathleen Lewison,Merna Barkee,Deloris
Lewlson, Patrichia E rckenbrack, Dorothy Torg-
erson, Leonard Johnson
THIRD BOWL-Byron Lewiscn, Elsie Wood,Donis Osmundson, Lu-
erne Johnson, Lorraine Meyers Neil Slindee
FOURTH ROW.Mr.Smith, instructor, Donald D1ssen,Edgar Mei-
ster, Ward Bergene, Donald Johnson, Donald La-
rson, Archie Hanson
- ADAMS FULL O' PEP QKH CLUB
The Adams Full O' Pep 4-H Club got off to another
good start this year with an enrollment of about forty
members, all of whom are not shown in the picture.
This year they are cooperating with the United States
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The Adams Chapter sent three delegates to the Dis-
trict V rally on November 26,at Mankato.The delegates were
Donald Bissen, Harold Mandler, and Donald Larson.
The F.F.A. Chapter and the Agriculture classes put on
the corn show this fall. There were about 105 samples en
tered,and many yields ran well over 80 bushels per acre.We
sent the samples to the University of Minnesota to be mois
ture tested this year. Bill Smith won first place with a
yield of 88.7 bushels per acre. It was from a field of De
Kalb .240 corn. Mr. Danders from the University farm,was
principal speaker for the meeting.
At the next meeting the boys gave an oyster stew to
the business men who drove when the corn samples for the
show were collected. The stew was prepared by the home-
economics girls. Immediately follow1ng,a liars contest was
conducted,and Jake Muerer won first prize. Thenzfollewedua
game of truth and consequences. Everybody enjoyed a good
' The F.F.A. plans to hold a Father-Son Banquet this
Edgar Meister competed
in the Public Speaking Con-
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.Q5N year. The District Banquet
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Jects to help meet the quota Uncle Sam has set. We also
have many,members enrolled in health, thus cooperating in
the goal for healthier boys and girls to make future good
Girls are helping in the government program for in-
creasing food supplies by carrying out canning, cooking,
and sewing projects, and by helping with the gardens at
We had,a club tour instead of,the July meeting.
After the tour we went to Wild Wood Park, at LeRoy for a
weiner roast. Everyone had a good time. Two carloads and
a bus transported the members participating.
First place was awarded to the club on their booth .
Vincent Bolton was one of the County Health Champions,
He also represented the club at the State Fair. Lorraine
Meyers attended the Junior Livestock Show at St. Paul.
Vincent Bolton received a blue ribbon for his chickens.
The officers of the club are as follows: Edgar
Meister, presidentg Lorraine Meyers, vice presidentg Bob
Hansen, secretary, Elsie Wood, treasurerg Marjorie Duggan,
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