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4-H | Cooperative Extension Service | Ludell Cheney | Jean Stewart | Florine Folks Plumb

 

4-H
Baseball player Walter Johnson receives a 4-H award in 1927. Baseball player Walter Johnson receives a 4-H award in 1927.
This young woman demonstrates how to use a beater and bowl. Photo circa 1920s. A young woman demonstrates how to use a beater and bowl. Photo circa 1920s.
4-H members learn how to properly care for a new colt.

4-H members learn how to properly care for a new colt.

This young woman is modeling hew clothing, which contains a 4-H patch.

This young woman models hew clothing, which contains a 4-H patch. The photo was taken in 1927.

These two calves were raised by the Krohn father and son team for the Huron County Boys and Girls Club.

These two calves were raised by the Krohn father and son team for the Huron County Boys and Girls Club.

This bulletin for Training Camp Leaders was published in 1928.

This bulletin for Training Camp Leaders was published in 1928.

Members of the champion Pittsfield Progressive Stock club pose at the county fair in September 1922. Members of the champion Pittsfield Progressive Stock club pose at the county fair in September 1922.



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Cooperative Extension Service
Glen O. Stewart

Glen O. Stewart, of the Michigan State College class of 1917 and Wayne County's extension agent, demonstrates proper chicken care to the Poultry Club.

The participants from Boys and Girls 4-H Club Week in 1934 gather on the MSU Campus in front of Beaumont Tower.

The participants from Boys and Girls 4-H Club Week in 1934 gather on the MSU campus in front of Beaumont Tower.

4-H Canning Club

Members of the 4-H Canning Club, under the leadership of Agnes Martin, show off their canned goods. One of the plaques on the shelf reads, "Keep canning and canning will keep you."

delegates at the National 4-H Convention in 1920

Two young women who were delegates at the National 4-H Convention in 1920 held in Chicago, Illinois.

Boys learning how to can fruit.

Boys learn how to can fruit. This is a typical project that can still be seen at local fairs.

Children from the 4-H Gardening Club demonstrate all the hard work it takes to get a garden to grow.

Children from the 4-H Gardening Club demonstrate all the hard work it takes to grow a garden.

Members of the French Landing Poultry Club pose with a 1920s automobile.

Members of the French Landing Poultry Club pose with a 1920s automobile. Several members are wearing beanies with the 4-H logo.

This printing of the 4-H pledge came from one of the many national 4-H publications.

This printing of the 4-H pledge came from one of the many national 4-H publications.


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Ludell Cheney
Ludell Cheney won this certificate in 1928 after completing all the third year requirements for Dairy Club.

Ludell Cheney won this certificate in 1928 after completing all the third year requirements for Dairy Club.

Ludell Cheney collected this sheet music from his 4-H days.

A piece of sheet music Ludell Cheney collected from his 4-H days.

Ludell Cheney collected this sheet music from his 4-H days.

A piece of sheet music Ludell Cheney collected from his 4-H days.

Ludell Cheney and his brother Paul in a dairy demonstration that took them to the 1928 National Dairy Exposition in Memphis, Tennessee.

Ludell Cheney and his brother Paul in a dairy demonstration that took them to the 1928 National Dairy Exposition in Memphis, Tennessee.


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Jean Stewart
Jean Stewart's ID badge from her 1962 trip to Turkey as a delegate of the International Farm Youth Exchange.

Jean Stewart's ID badge from her 1962 trip to Turkey as a delegate of the International Farm Youth Exchange.


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Florine Folks Plumb
Florine Folks Plumb gathers some of her mementos.

Florine Folks Plumb gathers some of her mementos. She and her father won enough prize ribbons to overfill a five-pound candy box. Image from the March 1961 issue of the Michigan State University Magazine (PDF)*.

This picture of Florine Folks Plumb was taken when she was "corn queen" of the state of Michigan. This picture of Florine Folks Plumb was taken when she was "Corn Queen" of the state of Michigan.
It was 1911 and Florine sat behind the wheel of her new Reo touring car. Florine Folks Plumb sits behind the wheel of her new REO touring car in 1911.


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