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Robert Mast Receives 4-H Medal from Harold Osler, November 1938

Robert Mast Receives 4-H Medal from Harold Osler, November 1938 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, November 16, 1938
Caption
WINS LIVESTOCK CLUB AWARD: Robert Mast, (left), son of Supervisor and Mrs. Carl Mast, of Webster township, is shown receiving the Thomas E. Wilson medal for outstanding 4-H general livestock work in Washtenaw county this year from H. S. Osler, county agricultural agent. The presentation took place Monday at the Mast home, and Robert's twin sisters, Jean and Joan, were interested spectators. That's Jean at the left; no, that's Joan. Well, one of them is Jean.

Kiwanis Host To 4-H Clubs

Kiwanis Host To 4-H Clubs image
Parent Issue
Day
20
Month
December
Year
1934
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Games at the 4-H Club-Kiwanis Picnic, August 1936

Games at the 4-H Club-Kiwanis Picnic, August 1936 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, August 12, 1936
Caption
Kiwanis Club Hosts To 4-H Members At Portage Lake: Above are shown some of the scenes at the annual Kiwanis 4-H club picnic Monday at Newport Beach, Portage Lake. At the top, left is a group of 4-H club bathing beauties. Left to right they are: front, Malissa Balmer, Virginia Barton and Barbara Cooper; back, Dorothy Graf, Caroline Braun, Betty Haas, Katrena Boyce, Dorothy Jean Braun, Shirley Boyce and Jean Nimke. At the right, top [this photo], County Agent H. S. Osler, is demonstrating the latest technique in throwing pie plates. A group of typical girl 4-H club member is shown in the center. They are, left to right: Evelyn Cox, Phyliss Klager, Beth Smith, Clara Henning, Betty Yenkel, Barbara Jean Kappler, Virginia Forshee, and Ethel Inverson. Denied membership because of her extreme youth, but still an enthusiastic participant in such club activities as picnics is Mary Welch, 2 years old, who is shown at right, bottom row. To the left of her is a group contesting in the golf putting game, under the direction of Kiwanian B. Frank Ohlinger. Lenora Hickman is shown with the golf club in her hand, completing a putt.