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Annual report, 1939: St. Croix Co. Agricultural Agent
(1939)

4-H club work,   pp. 3-6 PDF (1.7 MB)


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    Because this office is aware of the need for advertising dairy
products more than has been the case in the past, a Dairy Bar
was sponsored by 4-H Clubs at the Fair. The bar offered for sale
pure, wholesome, cold milk; delicious chocolate milk; old fashioned
cold buttermilk; cheese sandwiches with butter; and ice cream.
The profits from this stand were small, but if the advertising value
was worth giving, then the efforts put into it were worthwhile.
    One of the high-spots of the County Fair was the selection and
crowning of the 1939 Dairy Queen.  Miss Marian Jagg, who has for
the past ten years been an active membor of the Worthwhile Club,
was selected Dairy Queen to represent St. Croix County at the State
contest. Amy Snoeyonbos, 1938 Dairy Queen, presented and crowned
Iiss Jagg on Wednesday afiernoon at the fair.   Miss Jagg was unable
to attend the state contest and Miss Maxine Brandt, second place
riinner, represented St. Croix County at the state fair.
                          State Fair.
    The County was well represented at the State Fair this year.
exhibits from every county in the state, from all phases of club
vork - were on display. This was the biggest exhibit of club work
,vor assembled at one place in Wisconsin. St. Croix County had
.ts share of contestants in the various departments. Wayne Willink
and Lowell TeBeest judged farm crops and identified weeds and seeds.
reorge Webb and Richard Heebink judged dairy cattle. Maurice
imberly and Billy Enloe Judged livestock. Ruth ToBeest and
Phyllis Draxlor took part in the clothing judging, Ruby Baardson
judged in the foods and nutrition contest, and Ruth ToBeest
modeled her dress for the State Style Revue. Maxine Brandt repro-
sented us in the demonstration contest with a demonstration on
"Salads'. Those club members wore all awarded the trip as a re-
sult of winning first place in their respective judging contests
.nd demonstrations in the county. Herman Wissinc of Baldwin and
Victor Jacobson of Glenwood City were awarded Master Farmer degrees
by the F.F.A, of the state.
                           Achievement Day.
    Achievement Day exercises wore held at Hammond Saturday after-
oon. 4-H members provided their own program. Several clubs gave
ovelty numbers and songs which made a very entertaining program.
1 % of the club members taking part in club work this year
uccessfully completed the year and wore honored with Achievement
ine which were distributed as follows:
    1st year - 47       4th year - 16       7th year - 9
    2nd year - 51       5th year - 13       8th year - 7
    3rd year - 27       6th year -   9      9th year - 1
                     10th year ------- 3
   There were ten clubs with 100 % Achievement.First year lead-
rs' pins were awarded to Mrs. Sam Brasser of the Carr Creok
arblers; Mrs. Herman Carow of the Willing Workers; Nolen Niccum
If the Roberts Ribbon Reapers; Miss Mabel Hanson of the Cranetown
-H; Harry Haas of the Spirit of Kinnickinnic; and Ivor Thompson
r the Hopyard Crusaders.
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