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B2B—Lancaster Fuming, Saturday, May 19,1984
COCHRANVILLE - The
Chester County Dairy Princess
Pageant will be held on June 2
following a full day of activities at
the Cochranville Strawberry
The festival will have interests
for young and old throughout the
day and will climax with the Dairy
Princess Pageant in the Com
Denise Ambler, 1963 Chester
County Dairy Princess and
daughter of Robert and Nancy
Ambler, Cochranville, will crown
her successor after serving her
year as Chester County’s
spokesperson for the dairy in
Five girls will seek the title of
1964 Chester County Dairy Prin
cess. The winner will appear in
shopping malls, fairs, super
markets, schools and on radio and
television to educate consumers
about dairy products.
Contestants are Donna Sue
Bickel, the daughter of Harry and
Beth Bickel, 1335 S. New St., West
Chester; Susan K. Hostetter,
daughter of Donald and Dorcas
Hostetter, R 2 Parkesburg;
Elizabeth A. Jenkins, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Jenkins,
Toughkenamon; Nancy R.
Stoltzfus, daughter of Raymond
and Jane Stoltzfus, R 1
The Central 4-H Dairy Club
recently held their April meeting
at the home of Steve Eisenhart.
Ray Branus spoke on “Feeding
Calves Ad-Lib Way and Dairy
The next meeting will be held on
May 14 at Diane and Angie Lang’s
house and will feature slides for
calf and heifer management.
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Dealer Inquiries Invited
Susan K. Hostetler
Five seek Chester County Deity Princess title
Parkesburg; and Theresa Tkac
zuk, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
George Tkaczuk, R 2 Elverson.
Donna, 16, is a student at
Unionville High School and a
member of 4-H Dairy Club and
Vocational Industrial Club of
America. She is active in her
church’s youth group and works in
the nursery. Her future plans in
clude Junior College, where she
plans to study cosmetology. A
liberal arts college may also be
part of her plans. The Bickel
family has a herd of 120 Holstein
Susan, 17, is a 1984 graduate of
Lancaster Mennonite School,
where she was active in Senior
Chorus and the softball team. She
is active in the Maple Grove MYF
and teaches the children’s classes.
She is looking forward to working
on the family dairy farm. The
Hostetters have 90 Holstein cows
which carry the Maple-Bound
Elizabeth, 18, is a graduate of
m fastest atom,
When conditions get tough, the
Vicon KM32I Mower/Conditioner
can get your hay in the windrow at
least 30% faster than any con
One reason is the unique high
speed Vicon disc-cutting system.
Which won’t plug. And it’s so gentle
on your hay crops there’s virtually
no leaf loss.
Elizabeth A. Jenkins
Kennett High School and is em
ployed at New Bolton Center.
During high school she was a
member of the band, orchestra,
yearbook staff and senior class
play. Beth has been active in 4-H
for the past 10 years in Dairy and
Sewing Clubs. She is also a
member of County Council. Beth
owns four Jersey cows.
Nancy, 16 is a junior at Octorara
High School where she takes
college-prep courses. She is a
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member of the National Honor
Society and many musical and
athletic groups. In the community
she is active in the Heel and Sit 4-H
Club, Manor Dairy Club and is a
member of a vocal singing group.
She is a candy striper at Bran
dywine Hospital and raised a
seeing-eye puppy for the Blind
Association. The Stoltzfus family
has a herd of 42 dairy cows.
Theresa, 16, attends Owen J.
Roberts High School and plans to
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Even if you’ve got a heavy dew-wet
crop, the KM32I won’t plug, and
won’t leave you worrying about
Another reason is a new drive
system that lets you operate non
stop. Even taking square comers
with no drive fine vibration or
danger of failure.
Improve Your Mewing And Conditioning.
work on the family farm and at
tend college to enter the dental
profession. Theresa’s many ac
tivities include vice-president of
Owen J. Roberts FFA, secretary of
Chester-Delaware County FFA
and Chester County Black and
White 4-H Club. She is a member of
St. Peters Roman Catholic Church,
Honeybrook. The Tkaczuk family
has a dairy herd of 85 Holstein and
Brown Swiss cattle. Theresa owns
one Holstein and one Brown Swiss.