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FUTURE FARMERS OF AMERICA A
ROFESSOR JOHN M. MAY, head of the agriculture department, was
largely resp.onsible for promoting the collegiate chapter of the Future Farmers
of America which was organized at the beginning of the year. Mr. L. M. Sasman,
state supervisor of vocational agriculture, spoke to the men of the agriculture
department on the value of a collegiate chapter during the organization period.
The agricultural students believed that an organization of this kind would
serve the needs of prospective Smith-Hughes agriculture teachers better than the
Agrifallian society which for many years had iilled the needs of the agriculture
students. Because every Smith-Hughes high school agriculture department spon-
sors a Future Farmers chapter, the men of this department wanted experience
and information concerning this line of their Work.
Collegiate Future Farmer chapters are chartered by and are under the author-
ity of the state associations of Future Farmers of America. The sole purpose of
such chapters is the training of prospective teachers of vocational agriculture in
their duties as local advisers of high school chapters.
The activities of the local chapter must be in harmony with the purposes,
principles, and ideals of the National Future Farmers organization: the meetings
are conducted according to the national ritual. A constitution was drawn up by
Donald Aderhold, Francis I-laugh, Michael Reagan and Louis Zahradka. This
constitution states the rights and privileges of the organization, which also
includes a system of degrees designed to stimulate advancement by the members.
An organization of degree teams to confer higher degrees on eligible members
of neighboring high sch.ool chapters, the conducting of a rural school day to
provide educational demonstrations and entertainment for rural school children,
and the conducting of an educational meeting on Future Farmer activitiesfor
oflicers of high school Future Farmer chapters are the main activities of the River
Falls Collegiate Chapter of Future Farmers of America. These are the activities
with which agriculture teachers in the iield will come in contact. They give
prospective teachers experience and at the same time give them a chance to come
in contact with the types of boys and girls with whom they will be working.
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THE G. O. P.
URING the past year the G. O. P. has met bi-monthly, one meeting a month
for business and the other for cultural programs. The cultural meetings
consisted of talks by various people on the campus and in the organization itself.
The subjects for the meetings were topics of interest to every.one, such as new
books, music, drama, and art.
Besides .the meetings, numerous social functions were planned during the
year. A dinner at Miss Greene's apartment, for which she is justly famous,
started the year. Soon afterward the organization started plans for homecoming.
There was ri stunt for the big mass meeting and the annual homecoming G. O. P.
dinner at Mrs. Brundages home. L
Just after Christmas fourteen new members, were taken into the organization
with all the. fun Cfor the old membersj of initiation week. Immediately after-
ward plans for the winter formal were formulated. The dance took place in the
North Hall gym which was decorated on the winter theme. ,It turned out to be
one of the best formals of the year and the G. O. P. girls rightly were proud of
the financial success.
The biggest event of the year was the celebration of the twenty-fifth anni-
versary of the foundation .of the G. O. P. Its history from the time when it was
an active pep organization on the State Normal School campus to the social
group which functions on this campus is very interesting. Former G. O. P.
members are scattered all over this section of the country, many of them even
in more distant places. Every effort was made to reach these members and invite
them to the reunion luncheon which took place on Saturday of commencement
week. It was inspirational to have these women come back to their school,
laugh, and talk over the organization which they knew when they were here.
Their enthusiasm for the present organization was most heartening and enabled
everyone to get a new enthusiastic interest in the work, fun, and future of the
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