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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 06, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 23',
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CALIFORNIA "FARMERETTES'7 ORGANIZE
"MAUD MULLER" CLUB TO LEARN FARMING
Miss Doris Martin handling a plow and Miss Takla David with the'
wheelbarrow. Both are prominent members of one of California's "Maud"
Hayward, Cal. Four youthful
"farmerettes" who compose the nu
cleus of the Hayward Girls' Agricul
tural Club, fypify to .great satisfaction
the "Back to the Farm Movement"
sponsored by the "University of Cali
fornia Extension Bureau." .
The. four girls are Miss Doris Mar
tin, president; .Miss Louis Robinson,
secretary; Miss Takla David and Miss
Marion Strobridge, daughter of' State
This club is one of six of its kind
organized in this state. The plan was
originated by Professor W. T, Clark
of the Agricultural College of the
University of California, and its pur
pose is to propagate the principles of
farming amongst the women of this
Ensconced on an eighth of an acre,
of land' each, the four young "Maud