Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 17, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
24 HE IETHBRIDGE HERALD Tuesday, April 17, 1973- IIC SW1HART photo Waiting his turn Whenever Woody Sutherland, 10, appears with a milking pail in the barn, Ferdinan the rwo-week-old bull coif knows o meai is near at hand. Woody, the son of Joe and Marge Sutherland Pincher Crock helps milk Penny the Jersey cow as part of his regu- lar farm chores. Sometimes, the morning and evening chores be- come more work than pleasure for Woody, but all is forgotten when he bites into a big piece of chocolate and spoons him- seif a bowl of fruit and fresh cream. Woody's pet dog and cat share the milking sessions with their master. Sometimes, the ani- mals are close enough to drink warm milk from a misdirected squirt. Woody Lundbreck School, and adds singing to hit list of talents.