"A Follow-Up Study Of The Occupational Pursuits Of Participants in 4-H Club Work In Okmulgee County, Okmulgee, Oklahoma From 1940 to 1955"
Date of Award
Master of Science
The 4-H Club program has been far-reaching in developing youth. Some two million other 4-H' ers join Okmulgee County 4-H Club members when they say, "I Pledge:
My head to clearer thinking,
My heart to greater loyalty
My hands to larger service and
My health to better living for,
My club, my community, and my country."
This motto which is learned by most 4-H club members and is said in the ritualistic opening of all 4-H meetings is soon to become a vital part in the molding of a club member's personality.
In most instances, the sheer delight and satisfaction derived from carrying a 4-H club project even though the member may only share in spasmodic intervals of monetary returns from such projects. The member gets his or her satisfaction from learning a skill or perfecting their habits of workmanship. The member gets his or her satisfaction from learning a skill or perfecting their habits of workmanship. The ultimate and primary purpose of all 4-H club activities is to aid in the development of future citizens of tomorrow. The devices and methods used are only a necessary means to an end.
J. R. Powell
J. R. Powell
Prairie View Agricultural and Mechanical College
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Date of Digitization
John B Coleman Library
City of Publication
Lilly, D. P. (1956). "A Follow-Up Study Of The Occupational Pursuits Of Participants in 4-H Club Work In Okmulgee County, Okmulgee, Oklahoma From 1940 to 1955". Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.pvamu.edu/pvamu-theses/736