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Hyde,.Slmfer, Plahn, Jalmke. Harley. Johnson, Mr. Malotf
Rohde, szth, Olson, Hawkins, Peterson, Thompson, Bengston, Baker
Anderson, Larson, Caudy, Johnson, Carr, Slmdstrmn, Swanson. Hanson
RURAL LIFE CLUB
HE Rural Life Club established for its aim this year, nDo the best you can,
whenever you can, and wherever you can in rural communities." Our organiza-
tion, which is made up of all the students taking the rural course, has met every
two weeks. We have had programs which were of special interest and value to
us in preparing fOr rural teaching. These were planned by Adaline Garley and
Ruth Hall. Our members have also taken part in rural community programs.
At our first meeting Howard Hardlie was elected president. Frances Carr, our
vice-president, had good opportunity to demonstrate her ability. Joseph Hyde
played the part of a Scotchman in taking care of our financial affairs. Bernice
Hawkins kept the minutes as close as Joe kept the pennies.
At the beginning of the second term four students were sent to each of the three
practice schools for six weeks, living in the community and taking part in its ac-
tivities. At the end of their term their places were taken by twelve or fourteen
more, who went hesitatingly and returned the same Way. We were supervised by
the critic at the school and by Miss Graustad, Who put in her appearance almost
every day, rain or shine, roads or no roads; sometimes shakingly welcomed, but as
her visits meant help in our work we soon appreciated her coming.
HOWARD HARDIE LILLIAN Woous
One Hundred Eighty-Two
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Mitchell, Dzubay, Abrahamsen, Amundsen, Norseng
Nelson, Via, Hill, Shields, Davison, Grimm
The parties are labeled with such titles as the uAnti-Bunk Party" and the "Red
Progressives." The slogans adopted are most inspiring; posters are printed and
flags are waved. On the final day the candidates and managers give inspiring and
abusive speeches as a grand finale. This year the officers chosen were: presidents,
John Dzubay and Donald Zwicky, vice-presidents, Martin Abrahamsen and Horace
Merrill, secretaries, Peter Vig and Gordon Grimm, treasurers, Arno Dittbrenner
and William Hawkins.
Besides promoting mass meetings, distributing booster badges, and entertaining
the visiting high school students who take part in the District Oratorical Contest
held at River Falls, Lincolnian members this year promoted the production of
Shakespearets "Julius Caesarf which was presented by the Stratford Players.
The society has no dues. It makes money through promotion.
One Hundred Eighly-One
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Greene, Walters, Hall, Stumo, Hardie, Bielefeldt, Mathews
- Swartz, Steme, Rourke, Molme, Howland, label, Foley, Tibbets, Schueler
Austm, Hansen, Taylor, Thorsen, Miss Gaustad tAdvison. Woods, Eberwein, Achenback
We are proud of our spirit, we feel that we have the most cooperative depart-
ment. Its spirit is shown by one of the boys who drove six miles through fields, over
fences, freezing hands and face, in 45 below zero weather to get to an eight dclock
Our spirit and cooperation were again shown at the annual banquet which had
one hundred per cent attendance. The candle-lit room was decorated in red and
White. Our guests were: Miss Kibbe of the State Department, who gaVe a very
interesting talk, Superintendent Godell and his supervisorSeMisses Nichols, Flem-
ing and Garley. We owe much of the success of the banquet to Lillian Woods, who
had, of course, the willing assistance of all.
During the last half of the year the vice president, Ivon Greene, was never
given the chance to act, as Lillian Woods, the president, was always on duty.
Clarice Anderson was elected to carry on Joels work and succeeded in getting in
our dues, so that we were the first to pay our Meletean bill. Mildred Peterson was
elected secretary. .
At our Valentine party all dignity, reserve, and worries were thrown to the
winds. Perhaps those in costume enjoyed it the most, but we doubt it. The spirit
and cooperation of all our members made this as well as all our activities a success.
We expect to carry our aim of this year with us next year.
One Hundred Eighty Three
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