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First Row--Willard Larson, Donna Watros, Dorothy Sork-
ness Donnis Hukee, Ruth Larsen, Dorothy Knutson, Ver-
non Dissen, Allen Hanson.
Second Row--George Ulrich, Kathleen Lewlson, Donna Le-
Vasseur, Lorraine Levasseur, Donna Fisher, Delores
Lewison, Ramona Anderson, Mary Jane Finbraaten, Mary
Therese Meyer, Patricia Wollweber, Byron Lewison, Kath-
Third Row--LaVere Whipple, Archie Hanson, LaDonna John-
son, Donald Tiegan, Mr. Smith, Donald Blssen, Ward Ber-
gene, Lorraine Meyers, Neal Slinde, Vincent Bolton.
E ADAMS HFULL-O-PEPH 4-H CLUB
The Adams 4-H club, under the direction of Mr. and
Mrs. Wendell nith, has 31 members, This club holds
monthly meetings at the schoolhouse, the second Thurs-
day of every month.
The officers of this club for the year of '45 are
as follows: president, Lorraine Meyers, vice-president
Romona Anderson, secretary, Donna Levasseur, treasurer,
Robert Finbrasteng reporter, Virgil Bergeneg and song
leaders, Betty Fisher and Ward Bergene.
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The Adams F.F.A, chapter had a fine turn out when
the first meeting was called. The chapter has twenty-
flve members this year and fifteen of them are new
The F.F.A. is a nation wide organization but this
year, because of the war, there will just be local ac-
tivities. Because of this, the local chapter is plann
ing on doing more.
Every year the F.F,A. sets up the objectives and
the goals they plan to accomolish, and thereby have a
olanned program to follow throughout the year. They
are going to test milk, and by doing this they can tell
vrlcn cows have to be fed more in order to produce more
butterfat. They are testing about two hundred and fifty
cows a month, which requires a lot of time. They are
also testing sows and ear marking them,so they can keep
the best pigs to produce stronger and larger litters.
The parents are co-operating lOO5, in letting the boys
do this. The club has a seed trertor and will treat the
Because of gas rrtioning the meetings are held
during school hours, insterd of at night. There is not
enough time for entertainment this wry so some of the
meetings will be held in the evening.
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We have Junior Leaders in this club. The duties
of the Junior Leaders are to assist the younger members
of the club with their projects and records. The mem-
bers participating in Junior Leadership are: Virgil
gergene, Robert Finbraaten, Edgar Meister, and Lorraine
Lorraine Meyers was sent as a delegate from our
club to the W4-H Week Eventu at Minneapolis in June.
She was there for three days and enjoyed it very much.
During the summer we had e tour. We visited four-
teen of our members' homes. The irls gave a demonstra-
tion on sewingg the boys gave gemonstratiens on rope
splicing, hog feeding and judging dairy cows. After the
tour, a picnic supper was held on the school grounds.
Our club exhibited a booth at the Mower County
Fair, which was devoted to hog feeding. Mr. and Mrs.
Smith, Lorraine Meyers, Romona Anderson and Le Donna
Johnson built this booth. It was awarded second prize.
Lorraine Meyers was the only exhibitor from our
club to the Junior Livestock Show at Minneapolis. She
won fifth prize on her baby beef.
We had a Halloween party at the home of Bob Han-
son. Twenty-four members attended this party.
During the winter months, we were unable to hold
all of our monthly meetings because of bad weather.
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