Philip Hall Likes Me, I Reckon Maybe - Chapter 7: The Calf-Raising Contest Summary & Analysis

Bette Greene
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Chapter 7: The Calf-Raising Contest Summary

September: Philip is the President of the 4-H club. He calls the meeting to order and asks everyone to give a report on how their project for the county fair is coming along. Bonnie reports that the dress she is making is ready for judging. Ginny spoke next about the vegetables she's entering in the canning contest. Gordon gives his report on tractor maintenance. Beth is sure if anyone wins a ribbon, it will be Gordon. She is sure she'll be next to talk about the progress of her calf, Madeline. Instead, Philip brags about his calf. Even though she's a girl calf, her name is Leonard because she's as brave as a bull. Beth chimes in that Leonard will be Leonora when she grows up and gives milk. Everyone, except Philip, thinks Beth's remarks are funny.

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