News: Loyal, Wis. - 4-H Finals (1955)

Contact: Dolores Mohr Kenyon


Surnames: Price, Wilhelm, Harycki, Schaefer, Rahm, Hughes, Neville, Ploman, Rollins, Fritz, Potocnik, Zalabsky, Hautamaki 

----Source: Clark County Press (Neillsville, Clark Co., WI.) March 10, 1955 

Loyal—4-H Finals (1955) 

Friday evening the Loyal high school gym will be the scene of the finals in the 4-H contest of plays and musical groups.  Also nine musical numbers will vie for the honor of representing Clark County in the state district contest.  

The musical numbers are the Thorp 4-H chorus; cornet duet by Ray Price and Eugene Wilhelm, Thorp 4-H; piano duet by Mary and Ann Harycki, St. Hedwig’s 4-H; accordion duet, Arlene Schaefer and Sandra Rahm, Busy Beavers 4-H; tap dance by Mary Hughes and Brenda Neville, Pleasant Ridge; senior club chorus from Chili 4-H; pantomime by Darlene Ploman and Marlene Rollins, Chili 4-H; flute duet, Reva Fritz and Karen Potocnik, Parks Happy 13; saxophone-clarinet duet, Joan Zalabsky and Alma Hautamaki, Happy Workers and Parks Happy 13. 

These groups will be rated first, second and third.  The top ones in the drama and music will complete on March 25 at Taylor, with five other counties, for the right to take part in state club week in June.  The contest which will be given at 8:00 p.m., March 11, will be public. 

In the district contests four one-act plays were selected for the finals, and these will be part of the program Friday evening, as follows: Dandy Lyons 4-H of Loyal; Friendly 4-H of Withee; Badger Cubs of Thorp; Pleasant Ridge 4-H of Granton. 



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