Lancaster farming. (Lancaster, Pa., etc.) 1955-current, June 04, 1977, Image 135

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    rks Co, announces dairy princess contestants
ig up for a group shot with Mrs. Mary Kirkoff,
it coordinator, are Berks County dairy
contestants: (left to right) Eileen
ADDS A SPECIAL
ATTRACTION TO
JOHN DEERE TRACTORS,
40,50,60,70 HP:
A 6-MONTH WAIVER
OF FINANCE CHARGES
ndis Bros. Inc.
isttr 717-393-3906
Adamstown
quipment Inc.
ihnton, RD2, PA 19540
(near Adamstown]
215-494-4391
ille Equipment Inc.
Oyster Dale Road
Oley RO2, PA
215-957-6277
rt K. Kistler, Inc.
Lyimport, Pa.
21501-3270
YOUR JOHN DEERE DEALER
Now’s a better time than ever to make your move to one of these
versatile, sturdy John Deere Tractors: 40-hp 2040,50-hp 2240,
60-hp 2440, or 70-hp 2640. Because if you act now, no finance
charges will be imposed on the tractor you choose until six months
after the date of purchase. And look at all that’s standard equipment
on these tractors; diesel engine, 8-speed transmission,
draft-sensing hitch, planetary final drives, power steer
ing, hydraulic disk brakes, “live" PTO, differential lock,
and plenty more. Stop by soon for details. Offer for a
limited time only.
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Rohrbach, Martha Herbert, Donna Hoffman, Mrs.
Kirkoff, and Kathy Leiby.
M. S. Yeaisley
& Sons
Westchester 215-696-2990
Shotzberger’s
Equipment
Elm, PA
717-665-2141
A.B.C. Groff, Inc.
New Holland 717-354-4191
Robert E. Little Inc.
aeflemhe. PA
215-2*7-9643
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Agway, Inc.
Chapman Equipment Center
Chapman, PA
215-398-2553
Stanley A. Klopp, Inc.
Semville, PA
215-488-1510
Neuhaus'es, Inc.
Glen Rock, PA
717^235-1306
I. G.’s Ag Sales
Sifverdale, PA 18962
215-257-5136
Lancaster Farming, Saturd
By LAUREL SCHAEFFER
Berks County Reporter
COLONY PARK, Pa. -
Contestants vying' for the
Berks County Dairy
Princess title met with past
princesses and alternates at
the home of Sue Reese,
pageant coordinator, Colony
Park, Wyomissing, on May
22.
The new contestants were
briefed on the dairy
princess’ responsibilities
and informed of the
upcoming activities and
events they will be involved
with. For two weeks,
beginning June 6, the
contestants will participate
in workshops and clinics to
help prepare them for their
big day on June 18.
The workshops involve
nutrition, haircare, and
public speaking. They also
have the opportunity to
participate in modeling,
make-up, and skin care
clinics.
During dairy week they
will also be present at the
Berkshire Mall for a number
of activities such as blitter
making and a fashion show.
.June 4.1977—135
This year the pageant has
eight entrants. They include:
Suzanne Clay, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Landis,
Myerstown. Sue is a senior at
Tulpehocken High School
and plans to attend
Shippensburg State College
in the Fall.
Martha Herbert, daughter
of Mrs. Glva Herbert, and
the late Paul Herbert,
Kutztown Rl. Martha is a
graduate of Kutztown Area
High School and is presently
attending Kutztown State
College.
Donna Hoffman, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
Hoffman, Bernville Rl.
Donna attends Tulpehocken
High School and plans to
attend St. Joseph’s School of
nursing. Besides raising
Holsteins, her family also
raises Brown Swiss.
Cindy Howard, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Leßoy
Howard, Oley R 2. Cindy
attends Oley Valley Area
High School and is planning
to study agriculture in
college.
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