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CONSTITUTION OF THE NIGHT OWLS CLUB
ARTICLE I.NAME
The name of club shall be The Night Owls Club.
ARTICLE IIPURPOSE
The purpose of said club shall be to: Firstly, to built a clubhouse, which will accommodate the members of said club for their own leisure, meetings, and sleepouts.  Secondly, to hold together the members in the forthcoming years of separation.
ARTICLE IIIMEMBERSHIP
The membership of said club shall consist of the four founders.
ARTICLE IVOFFICERS
The Officers shall be a president, a vice president, a treasurer, and Sargent-at-Arms.  Elections shall be held the second Saturday of February.  Voting shall be by the Australian secret ballot and majority necessary for election.  No officer shall serve for three consecutive years.
ARTICLE VMEETINGS
The meetings shall be held on Saturdays.
ARTICLE VI.NIGHT OWL PROMISE
I promise to do my sneakiest; to do my duty to the great white owl and the gang; to be hip; and to obey the law of the clique.
ARTICLE VII.LAW 0F THE CLIQUE
The owl follows girls; the owl helps the flock fly; the flock helps the owl grow; the owl gives good excuses.
ARTICLE VIII.THE MOTTO
"I DON'T GIVE A HOOT"
ARTICLE IX LAWS
ARTICLE X.TREASURY
The said club will have a treasury and a treasurer. The purpose of the treasury is to hold dues, extra money, and fines. The purpose of the treasurer is to record all deposits and withdrawals.
ARTICLE XI.SCRAPBOOK
The said club will maintain a scrapbook in which will be kept all pictures, cartoons and reminiscences of the club.
ARTICLE XII.COMMITTEES
The general make up committees is an objective placed under one person to work on and make progress reports to the club.
FLAG COMMITTEE*: Chairman-Malecek. Purpose of the said committee is to make one large flag for the said club and two pennants for the campout.
BUILDING COMMITTEE*: Chairman-Daniels. Purpose of the said committee is to build the clubhouse and let it be known what materials are needed for completion.
PAINTING COMMITTEE*: Chairman-Newstrom. The purpose of said committee is to paint outside and the interior of the clubhouse.
CAMPING COMMITTEE*: Chairman-Malecek. Purpose of the committee is to organize by making arrangements, planning equipment and providing transportation.
CEREMONY COMMITTEE*: Chairman-Breth. Purpose of the committee is to provide the club meetings with a standard procedure.
SCRAPBOOK COMMITTEE: Chairman-Newstrom. Purpose of the committee is to collect all pictures, cartoons, and material which pertain to the club and organize them in a book.
SLEEPOUT COMMITTEE: Chairman-Daniels. Purpose of the committee is to arrange and record all club sleepouts.
PARTY COMMITTEE: Chairman-Breth. Purpose of the said committee is arrange for, plan, and carry out the following annual parties; 4th of July, Halloween, Anniversary, and others.
SLAMBOOK COMMITTEE*: Chairman-Malecek. Purpose of the said committee is to purchase a slambook into which the members will state their opinions on any and all subjects.
SONGBOOK COMMITTEE: Chairman-Malecek. The purpose of the said committee is to compose a number of songs which can be associated with the club. Secondly, the committee shall compose a club song.
UNIFORM COMMITTEE: Chairman-Daniels. The purpose of the said committee is to determine a summer and a winter uniform for the said club members, to be worn at all meetings.
FIRECRACKER COMMITTEE: Chairman-Malecek. The purpose of the said committee is to plan and accomplish a campout for this year and a trip to South Dakota.
CONSTRUCTION COMMITTEE: Chairman-Newstrom. The purpose of the said committee is to build a larger "Birdhouse" to accommodate the members of the said club.
* abolished
ARTICLE XIII.AMMENDMENTS
1) Amendment to law 13. Proposed April 20, 1963 and instituted on Apri1 20, 1963.
A punishment of 10 days will be delivered for leaving the tarp open and there is rain; without rain, one day.

2) Amendment to law 13. Proposed May 11, 1963 and instituted on May 18, 1963.
A punishment of two days will be delivered for walking or resting upon the roof except for required work.

3) Amendment to law 4. Proposed June 8, 1963 and instituted on June 15, 1963.
The vice president is in charge of sleepouts.

4) Amendment to law 5. Proposed June 1, 1963 and instituted on June 15, 1963.
The weekly meeting will be shall called by the president, who will set the time. The ceremony to be followed goes: President recites pledge while members shake hands with Night Owl shake. The meeting then fellow's Rogers rule of order.

5) Amendment to law 8. Proposed June 8, 1963 and instituted on June 15, 1963.
A subject may be discussed one week and voted upon at a following meeting at which four members are pre sent. Unless an emergency requires other dire steps to be taken.

6) Amendment to law 11. Proposed June 8, 1963 and instituted on June 15, 1965.
The said club shall have a prohibition list; any member allowing any person up into the clubhouse will cause the Sargent-at-Arms to confiscate the key for one week. On list: Everyone under 11 years old except Daneeta Fair. Plus the following: Rene Sandquist. Marsha Olson, Gloria Olson, Judy Anderson, Warren Winden, Georgie Winden, Deborah Baker, Lynn Hinkell and Milo Hines.

7) Amendment to 1aw 19. Proposed on June 1, 1963 and instituted on June 15, 1963.
Any member not allowing another member to come up will cause the Sergeant-at-Arms to confiscate the key for three days.

8) Amendment to law 1. Proposed August 10, 1963 and instituted on. August 17, 1963.
The dues of said club are to be fifteen cents and to be paid at each weekly meeting.

9) Amendment to law 2. Proposed August 10, 1963 and instituted on August 17, 1963.
The failure of payment of said dues for two simultaneous weeks will cause a fine of twenty-five cents to be rendered.

10) Amendment to law 3. Proposed August 10, 1963 and instituted on August 17, 1963.
Dues may be accompanied by extra monetary which may not exceed one dollar. Steve and John can't give extra money until both Kincy and Bill have reached their level.

11) Amendment to law 6. Proposed August 10, 1963 and instituted on August 17, 1963.
Any goofing off at the meeting will cause a fine of fifteen cents to be rendered--for not obeying an order: five cents.

12) Amendment to law 7. Proposed August 10, 1963 and instituted on August 27, 1963.
Two, three, or four members are needed in order to transact business.

13) Amendment to law 11. Proposed August l0, 1963 and instituted on August 17. 1963.
The said club shall have a prohibition list any member allowing any person up into the clubhouse will cause a fine of twenty-five cents to be rendered. On list: Everyone under 11 years old except Karen Roed. Plus the following: Rene Sandquist, Marsha Olson, Gloria Olson, Georgie Winden Warren Winden, Marlys Soderberg, Lynn Henkell, Milo Hines, Deborah Baker.

14) Amendment to law 12. Proposed August 10, 1963 and instituted on August l7, 1963.
Muddy shoes will not; be allowed into said clubhouse penalty for violation will be five cents. Valid from October 1 until May 1.

15) Amendment to law 13. Proposed August 10, 1963 and instituted on. August; 17. 1963.
A fine will be rendered for any damage of the clubhouse according to the degree, from fifteen cents to forty cents.

16) Amendment to law 15. Proposed August 10, 1963 and instituted on August 17. 1963.
An omission of a required article will cause a fine of ten cents to be rendered.

17) Amendment to law 19. Proposed August 10, 1963 and instituted on August 17, 1963.
Any member not allowing another member to come up will cause a fine of fifteen cents to be rendered.

18) Amendment to law 24. Proposed on August 10, 1963 and instituted on August 17, 1963.
Animals are not allowed into said clubbouse and a. penalty of twenty cents wi1l be rendered for violation.

19) Amendment to law 1. Proposed October 19, 1963 and instituted on October 26, 1963.
The dues of said-club are to be fifteen cents for Bill and Kincy until they reach the level of John and Steve who will pay five cents dues.

20) Amendment to law 11. Proposed October 19, 1963 and instituted on October 28,1963.
The said club will have a prohibition list; any member allowing any person up into the clubhouse will cause a fine of twenty-five cents to be rendered. On list: everyone under the age of eleven except Karen Roed. Rene Sandquist, Marsha Olson, Gloria Olson, Georgie Winden, Marlys Sodeberg, Lynn Hinkel and Milo Hines.

21) Amendment to law 1. Proposed on December 21, 1963 and instituted on December 28, 1963.
The dues of said club shall be five cents and to be paid at each weekly meeting. Bill will pay fifteen cents until he reaches the same level as the others.

22) Amendment to law 3. Proposed February 22, 1964 and instituted on February 29, 1964.
Dues may be accompanied by extra monetary which may not exceed one dollar.
Steve, John, and Kincy can't give extra money until Bill catches up.

23) Amendment to law 6. Proposed February 22, 1964 and instituted on February 29, 1964.
Any goofing off at the meeting will cause a fine of fifteen cents to be rendered for not obeying an order: ten cents.

24) Amendment to law 10. Proposed February 22, 1964 and instituted on February 29, 1964.
Non-members may be allowed into said clubhouse under the following conditions: one member-two; two-three members-three; four members-four.
Violation will cause a fine of fifteen cents to be rendered.

25) Amendment to law 11. Proposed on February 22, 1964 and instituted on February 29, 1964.
The said club shall have a prohibition lists; any member allowing any person up into said clubhouse will cause a fine of twenty-five cents to be rendered. On list: everyone under age eleven, Rene Sandquist, Marsha Olson, Gloria Olson, Georgie Winden, Marlys Soderberg, Lynn Hinkel and Milo Hines.

26) Amendment to law 19. Proposed on February 22, 1964 and instituted on February 29, 1964. Any member not allowing another member to come up will cause the fine of twenty-five cents to be rendered.

27) Amendment to law 1. Proposed on April 25, 1964 and instituted on February 2, 1964.
The dues of said club will be fifteen cents and are to be paid at the weekly meeting.

28) Amendment to law 3. Proposed on April 25, 1964 and instituted on May 2, 1964.
The said dues may be accompanied by extra monetary which may not exceed thirty-five cents.

29) Amendment to law 11. Proposed on April 25, 1964 and instituted on May 2, 1964.
The said prohibition list is abolished.

30) Amendment to law 21. Proposed April 25, 1964 and instituted on May 2, 1964.
No one, except members, allowed up into the "Birdhouse" while working or at meetings. The working clause holds only until July 11, 1964.

31) Amendment to law 28. Proposed April 25, 1964 and instituted on May 2, 1964.
The said emergency prohibition list is abolished.

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