Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, May 21, 1966, Image 16

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    —Lancaster Farming, Saturday, May 21, 1966
Deadline For Area Dairy Princess
Contest Entries Set For June Ist
The clock in the steeple
snys it is May 21st. That
means the deadline for “prin
cesses” is fast approaching,
since June 1 will be the last
opportunity for a farm girl
to enter the Area Dairy Prin
cess Contest for the 1966 title
In announcing the deadline
for entries. Mrs Herbert M
Royer of 2025 Oregon Pike,
Lancaster, urged that eligible
girls do not pass up this op
po”tumty to compete in the
contest. Two girls have al
ready entered, she said. Mrs
Royer will serve as chaperone
for the new princess, as she
has for 1965 Daily Princess
Linda Lou Welk. Mrs Royer
has also been selected to
chaperone the 1966 Pennsyl
vania Dairy Princess who will
be chosen July 20 and 21 at
York, and she wiIF go to the
national contest in Chicago
the week of June 21st, where
the 1965 Pennsylvania Prin
cess will compete
To be eligible for the coun
ty contest (county and area
are the same since Lancaster
County is an individual milk
marketing aiea) a girl must
be a daughter of a county
dairy faimei producing milk
commercially, be at least 17
yeais of age, and not reach
age 25 before June 30, 1966,
be a high school graduate be
foie June 30, 1966, be single
and a Pennsylvania resident
The contest is 'divided into
two paits Aiea princesses
will be chosen in June in
each of the 12 milk maiket
ing aieas in the state On
July 20 and 21, in Hotel
Yorktowne, York, the 12 area
puncesses will compete foi
the title of Pennsylvania
Dairy Princess for 1966
Both aiea and state win
neis will leceive a variety of
pnzes The finalists also, have
an oppoitumty to lepiesent
the daily industiy thioughout
the veai in public appearances
at banquets, county fans and
civic events
The aiea Dauy Princess
Pageant will be held this yeai
at the Host Motel, Lancaster,
at 7 pm on June 30 Harrs
Kauffman of the Philadelphia
Dany Council will again serve
as mastei of ceiemomes, and
Mis Royei leports that those
Landisville, Pa,
attending the pageant will be
eligible to receive door prizes.
D. E. Horn & Co., Inc. York, p*. Ph. ssmm?
Are Feeding HQRNCO
Feed Than Ever Before!
The highlight of the pageant of the Princess, winners of the said. There will be five
will, of course, be the selec- special cooking contest will gorles,
tlon of the Princess who will be announced, Mrs. Royer enter a recipe-* any tw<
represent Lancaster County In said. these: Beverages;'; fcream-<
the coming year. She will be COOKING CONTEST " tard Pie; Sour," -Cream
chosen by a group of three A special > cooking contest. Desserts; 'or, Dressings,
judges whose names have not will be held this year - for any-" To be eligible, recipes n
yet been announced. Immedi- one in Lancaster County who be in the County Extern
ately preceding the crowning wishes to enter, Mrs. Royer (Continued on Page 13]
More Dairymen
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Hornco Upi-pel dairy feeds, formulated
by D. H. Van Pelt could improve your dairy
operation. Why not check with your neigh
bor who feeds Hornco. Then call us direct
for an appointment with Mr. Van Pelt.
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