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■l6—Lancaster Farming, Saturday, May 19,1964
Homemakers also presented their Albright College, the scholarships
annual scholarships. Presented to are for $250.00. The recipients must
two home economics majors at have some 4-H and extension
Perry County seeks
Daily Princess contestants
PERRY COUNTY - The Perry
County Dairy Princess Committee
is looking for contestants to
compete in the 1984 Dairy Princess
Pageant to be held June 16 in
conjunction with Heritage Days at
the Newport Fairgrounds.
Any single young lady between
the ages of 16 and 22 who is the
daughter of a dairy farmer, farm
manager, or herdsman, or who
owns one dairy animal prior to
May 1 is eligible to compete.
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The 1984 Perry County Dairy
Princess will serve as the official
spokesman for the Perry County
dairy industry by appearing at
various promotional events
throughout the year. In addition,
she will be eligible to compete for
the Pennsylvania Dairy Princess
Interested girls should contact
Jane Bennerat 589-3838 or Gladys
Albright at 789-3157 by May 20.
PO Box 151
Dpcatuf Illinois 62525
The junior recipient was Jonas
Ewing, majoring in fashion
mp-oJ,poising and Hanning to
attend the Fashion Institute of
Technology in New York, next
year. The freshman recipient was
Rachel Frederick, Williamsport,
who is majoring in dietetics.
In a separate presentation, the
Berks County Homemakers also
bestowed a gift on the newly
completed 4-H Community center.
Mrs. Carol Brightbill, wife of
Senator Brightbill, and his
secretary, Sandy Christman,
presented an American flag and a
flag stand to Rick Kauffman,
extension agent and 4-H coor
dinator, and Rev. Rod. Sutliff, 4-H
advistory council. The flag was
purchased by the homemakers and
the stand was donated by Senator
Brightbill for the Community
Concluding the day was John M.
Steber Ph. D. professor, Kutztown
State University, who discussed
communication styles. A con
sultant to many large companies
across the states, Steber stated to
the homemakers, “you probably
make more decisions in a day than
a manager does in a year. ”
“We’re not taught to act, we’re
taught to react,” he continued.
Different points of view get in the
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way of a lot of communications, he
said. “We can use the com
munications skills that we have to
get the job done,” he said.
Saying that everyone has their
strengths and weaknesses, Steber
stated that our actions are
governed by judgement, act/react,
“If you can understand a little
about other people’s thinking, you
can deal with them better,” he
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He tested each lady to determine
what type of individual pattern
they fit into - a thinker, a watcher,
a doer, or a risk taker. These are
the four ways people deal with the
world, according to Steber.
Realizing the direction we take
and the other person’s perspective
will make communicating easier.
“Communication is difficult, but
it is the only thing we have to link
us with other human beings,"